基礎英語2 2018/6/27 #‎基礎英語2
27 水 L58 早起きして庭へ

Welcome back, everyone.
I’d love to start the lesson.

Q: What kind of book did Hidemi borrow from the library?

Hi, Miki. You’re up very early.
Yes. I woke up early to work in the garden. It’s not hot yet.
Everything looks very good. Oh, what’s this?
It’s a library book. I borrowed it to learn more about gardening.
Good idea. Anyway, I’m going to buy more seeds today. Do you want to come with me?
I’d love to. I want to see different kinds of tomato plants.

Hidemi said, “It’s a library book. I borrowed it to learn more about gardening.”
Q: What kind of book did Hidemi borrow from the library?

up 起きて
woke up 目を覚ました ,wake
yet まだ、 主に否定文で。
borrowed 借りた , borrow
Good idea. いい考えだ、いいね。
anyway (話を本題にもどして)それはそうと
seeds 種 ,seed
I’d love to. ぜひそうしたいです、喜んで。
kinds 種類 ,kind
plants 苗、植物 ,plant

All right. Nice job.

Listening point.
No.2
Q: What is Daniel going to do today?
Here comes the story.
Did you find out?
Daniel said,”I’m going to buy more seeds today.”


やあ、美樹 “ずいぶん早起きだね。
はい。庭仕事を手伝うのに早く起きした。まだ暑くないですね。
どれもいい感じだな。おや、これは何だ?
図書館の本です。家庭菜園のことをもっと学ぶために借りたんです。
いい考えだ。それはそうと、きょう、もう少し種を買うつもりなんだが、いっしょに来るかい?
ぜひごいっしょしたいです。ちがう種類のトマトの苗を見たいんです。
I’d love to.
I’d like to come with you.

Parents love to garden with their children.
And children love to garden with their parents.

It’s time to listen to the story again.
Let’s take a look.

-不定詞の副詞的用法 〜するために
I woke up early to work in the garden.
Lewis will go to summer school to learn about music history.

Okay, it’s can-do practice time.

some students, do their homework
Some students go to the library to do their homework.

my sister read magazines
I, borrow cookbooks

to read newspapers
to borrow videos
to use dictionaries

Our listeners listen to music to learn English.

Let’s listen to the story again.

You look so tired, Geoff. What happened?
I woke up early to practice the guitar.
Oh, what time did you wake up?
I woke up at five a.m.
Eat this apple, it will wake you up. Here!
Thanks. Do you carry apples everywhere?




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