基礎英語2 2018/7/5 #‎基礎英語2
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Is everyone ready?
Let’s start.

Hello, hello, hello.
How is everyone?

-7/2
Let’s have a picnic and watch the fireworks on the Fourth of July. I know the best place to watch them.
Where?
My office is near the river. We can go up to the roof.
I’ll make an Independence Day cake for the picnic.
What’s that?
It will look like an American flag. The cream will be white, and I will decorate it with strawberries and blueberries.
It will be red, white, and blue!

Question 1
What will Hidemi make for the picnic?
A: She will make an Independence Day cake

-7/3
This is my first Independence Day. Everyone is in a happy mood.
The Fourth of July is the highlight of summer in the United States. What about Japan? What is a Japanese summer like?
Well, I love bon festivals.
What are they?
They are traditional Japanese events. Many neighborhoods have one. Some people wear yukata, or cotton kimonos, and dance. Others walk around food stalls.
That sounds fun.

Question 2
According to Sarah, what is the highlight of summer in the United States?
A: The fourth of July is.
You can also say, Independence Day is.

-7/4
Dad, this is a fantastic place to see the New York skyline. We can see everything from here.
Look at the Empire State Building. It’s lit up red, white, and blue.
There are American flags everywhere today.
Yeah. There were some children with face painting at the park. They had flags on their faces.
Weren’t they cute?
Listen! The fireworks are starting.
Look at that one! It’s so beautiful!

Question 3
What did some children have on their faces at the park?
Pay attention, everyone.
A: They had flags on their faces.

– Tell us more
How did you celebrate the Fourth of July in the United States?
When I was a junior high student, my family always drove to the next town. In that town there was a kind of festival in a big field. There are all kinds of games and lots of foods and drinks.
What kind of food did you eat?
We ate hamburgers, hot dogs and fried fish. And a few times my family drove to a big city to enjoy the holiday. In big cities the fireworks shows are longer and there were free concerts before the fireworks started.

How did you celebrate the fourth of July, Sam?
Well, my family drove up to a lake every fourth of July. It was so magical, we had a picnic, ate hot dogs, and watched the fireworks.
Oh, that does sound magical.
I love to hear people say, Ooh Ah when a big firework goes on.
Me too.
There was also a festival with rise ??? and lots of food stalls.
What was your favorite food?
My favorite food were funnel cakes. It’s similar to donuts.
Mmm.

Language Functions
What is a Japanese summer like?
日本の夏はどんな感じなの?

What is your hometown like?
あなたの故郷はどんなところですか?
what is your brother like?
あなたのお兄さんってどんな感じ?

-Trivia
the American flag the Stars and Stripes
アメリカ国旗はthe Stars and Stripes(星条旗)
青地に50の白い星(stars)と、13の紅白の線(stripes)
星の50は現在のアメリカの州の数、線の13は1776年の独立当時のの数を表します。


listen
I’ll, you’ll, he’ll

look, July, people

You’ll do well.
うまくやれるでしょう
I’lI try.
やってみます。




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