基礎英語3 2017/8/2 #‎基礎英語3-復習
2 水 L15 I also go to Como Prince High School. -2

I’ll (私がます) it. You (違いない) be Tsutomu. It’s nice to meet you.
Hi, Mr. Keller. Thank you for (招待してくれて) me.
Please call me Gary. Come in. I want to (招待する) you to someone, Sarah.
Hi, Uncle Gary. Oh, nice to meet you, Tsutomu.
You’re Sarah Lundell, (だよね)?
Yes. (どうして) did you know?
I also go to Como Prince High School.
(信じられない). I’ve never (見たこと) you in class.
I’m a year (下) you, but you’re famous in the school, because you’re Gary Keller’s (姪、めい).
Wow! I didn’t know that. Well, come in.
Thanks.

Tsutomu and Sarah finally meet.
Tsutomu tells Sarah he also goes to Como Prince High School.
He knows her, because she is Gary’s niece.
Wow! I wanted famous relatives, too. 有名な親戚がいたら

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Why does Tsutomu Sarah?
Because he goes to the same high school.

–今日のポイント
You must be Tsutomu.
ですね。 「~です!」と断定はできないが、かなり正しいと確信をもって言えるとき、助動詞must(~にちがいない)
You’re famous in the school, because you’re Gary Keller’s niece.
I’ve heard a lot about you.
あなたのことをたくさん聞いています。 (おうわさはかねがね伺っています)

I’ll get it. 私がでます。
No way. 嘘でしょう。まさか
below 下に、下の
a year below you あなたより一年下
niece めい、姪

– You must be - ランキング
joking
hungry 空腹
tired 疲れている
You must be joking.
これ、冗談でしょう。 冗談に違いない。

You must be Robert.
Yes, but who are you?

Sometimes Japanese names are very difficult to catch.
What do you mean?
Some people say their names too fast.
What’s the problem of that?
There so many syllables in the Japanese names.
It’s sometimes hard to understand which is the first name and which is the last name.
Oh, I get it. It may be best, if we all introduce our names slowly, when we speak English.
That way everyone can understand.
That’s a great idea. I should do it, too.
Yeah.

– Get it right
彼は九州出身に違いない。
He must be from Kyusyu.
君は俊の妹だよね。
You are Syun’s sister, right?
どうして分かったの?
How did you know that?

テキストを持っていませんので、聞いて書き取っています。
間違っている箇所もあるかも知れません。



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