基礎英語3 2017/8/11 #‎基礎英語3
11 金 R6 すごい偶然ね!
-月
Hello.
Hi, Tsutomu.
Hi, Sarah. How are you?
The weather is great. Listen, do you want to explore the Mississippi river.
The longest river in the US? Sure!
OK, Mr. Trivia. Let’s meet on Marshall and Cleveland North. We can walk right over the river on Marshall Avenue.
OK. How do I get to Marshall and Cleveland North.
Take bus 87.
Great, thanks.
Does 1 p.m. work for you?
Works great. See you then.
Bye.

Q: Where are Tsutomu and Sarah going to meet.
A: (They are going to meet) on Marshall and Cleveland North.

Sarah and Tsutomu are going to explore the Mississippi River.
One day, I’m going to ride the entire Mississippi River by boat in one day!

-火曜日
Hey, Tsutomu. You made it!
Thanks to you.
Don’t mention it. So what else can you tell me about the Mississippi River?
I learned that it goes through ten states in America.
Yeah! Because it’s so long.
The name is long, too.
Yeah, in elementary school I learned how to spell it by saying, Miss iss ippi.
Miss iss ippi.
Good job!
Thanks.
Oh, the Mississippi River separate St. Paul and Minneapolis.
That’s right. St. Paul becomes Minneapolis when you cross the river.
Wow! The view is amazing.
I know, right? Hey, let’s go down the stairs and walk along the river.
Good idea!


Q: What cities in Minnesota does the Mississippi River separate?
A: St. Paul and Minneapolis.

What a wonderful place to go for a walk on a nice day.
I will also go for a walk along the Miss iss ippi River!

-水曜日
Wow, there are a lot of dogs here!
Sure. Of course. This is Meeker Island Dog Park.
Dog Park?
It’s a special park for dogs and their owners.
Wow, we don’t have dog-only parks in my home town in Japan.
Oh, are you from Japan?
Yes, I just moved here in January.
Welcome to the Twin Cities! Are you enjoying the great river?
Great river?
That’s what “Mississippi” means in the Ojibwe language.
Wow, I didn’t know that! Thank you for the information!
No problem. Have a good day.
Thanks!

Q: What does “Mississippi” mean in the Ojibwe language?
A: (That means) “Great River”.

The Ojibwe sounds like a great language.
I’ll learn it.
I wonder how you say “robot” in the Ojibwe?

-木曜日
I’m home !
Hi, sweetheart. Did you have fun?
Yes! Tsutomu really knows a lot of things!
I’ll bet. Where did you go?
Mississippi River.
What a coincidence!
What do you mean?
Your uncle and I had our first date at the Mississippi river.
Really?
Yes. It was right before the opening of my play.
I was so nervous, but your uncle told me my career would be longer than the Mississippi River.
He was wrong about that, but it was the beginning of our beautiful relationship.
he was always such a gentleman.
That’s great, aunt Monica, but Tsutomu and I aren’t dating. We’re just friends.
Oh. Never mind, then.

Q: What does Monica say about Gary?
A: He was always such a gentleman.

Wow! The Mississippi River holds great memories for many people! If I meet a female robot, I will take her to the Mississippi River for our first date!

-Chunk Practice
あなたはいらっしゃいますか?
Would you like to come?

あなたは踊りにいらっしゃいますか?
Would you like to come and dance?

彼は14歳だった。
He was fourteen years old.

彼は14歳だと私に言った。
He told me that he was fourteen years old.

特別な催し
a special event

これは特別な催しです
This is a special event.

+ Can do and Grammar points
1.今晩、うちに晩ごはんを食べに来ない。
Do you want to like to come over for dinner tonight?

2.ここがABC球場だよ。ベアーズのホーム球場さ。
This is ABC Stadium. It’s the home stadium of the Bears.

3.地球が丸いこと、ぼくは知っているよ。
I know the earth is round.
地球が丸いことを知っていた。
I knew (that) the earth is round.
時制の一致はうけません。 いつも地球は丸いから(^^)

4.お父さんはぼくたちを動物園に連れて行くって言ったんだよ。
Dad told me he would take us to the zoo.

お便り、お待ちしています。
リクエスト曲も送ってくださいね。
That’s right, everyone.
We love to hear from you.


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間違っている箇所もあるかも知れません。




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