基礎英語2 2018/7/25 #‎基礎英語2
25 水 L78 キャンプの夜はふけて…

Hi, friends. My name is Samantha. Please call me Sam.
Hey, there. Geoff here. How are you?
Hello, everyone.

Is everyone ready?
Let’s start Kiso Eigo 2

Howdy, partners?
Aloha, listeners.

How do you do? ⇒ Howdy-do. ⇒ Howdy.

Q: How are Miki and David feeling?
Let’s find out.

Summer camp is almost over. I am a little sad.
Me too. I liked playing tennis, hiking, and canoeing.
The days were hot, but swimming in the lake was refreshing.
I was happy to sit by the campfire at night. I enjoyed your Japanese ghost stories.
I felt a little homesick though.
Oh no! I’m really sorry about that.
Why? You asked many questions about my country. Talking about it is good for me.

Miki said, “Summer camp is almost over. I am a little sad.”
David said,”Me too.”


almost ほどんど、ほぼ
over 終わって、過ぎて
a little ちょっと
refreshing すっきりする、さわやかな
by 〜のそばに
campfire キャンプファイヤー
ghost おばけ
homesick ホームシックの
though (話しことばで)でも
sorry about - 〜を申しわけないと思う、〜を悪かったと思う

All right. Nice job, everyone.

Listening point, No.2
David enjoyed Miki’s stories by the campfire. What kind of stories were they?
Let’s listen again and find out.

Did you hear it?
David said, “I enjoyed your Japanese ghost stories.”


サマーキャンプももうすぐ終わりかぁ。
ちょっとさみしいな。
オレも。テニスしたり、ハイキングしたり、カヌーするのが好きだったな。
毎日暑かったけど、湖で泳ぐとすっきりしたね。
夜、キャンプファイヤーのそばに座るのがうれしかったな。美樹が話してくれた日本のおばけの話はおもしろかったよ。
わたしはちょっとホームシックになったけどね。
え、そんな!それは本当にごめん
なぜ?デービッドはわたしの国についてたくさん質問してくれたよ。日本のことを話すのは、わたしにとっていいことだよ。

Japanese horror stories are very scary.
That’s so true.
I can’t sleep after hearing them.
Yeah.

-不定詞の副詞的用法
I was happy to sit by the campfire at night.
夜、キャンプファイヤーのそばに座ってうれしく思いました。
to +動詞の原形(副詞的用法-感情の理由を表す)
happy, sad, surprise
「キャンプファイヤーのそばに座って」とう部分は、「うれしかった」理由、原因

I was happy to sit by the campfire at night.

Mr. Gardener was surprised to receive a wedding gift.
ガードナー先生は、結婚祝いをもらっておどろきました。

I was sad, say goodbye
we were glad, talk with you
my parents were proud, see my performance

We were happy to hear you practice with us.
Now let’s listen to the story one last time.


Hey, Geoff. How was your trip back to the US?
I was happy to see my parents and eat my mom’s delicious lasagna.
Mmm, nice! Your parents were happy to see you.
I’m glad to know you had a great time with your parents.

不定詞の副詞的用法 目的
I went to library to read a book.
〜するために




Comments

comments

No tags for this post.