基礎英語3 2018/4/13 #基礎英語3 R2 I hope it will be a special year.
13 金 R2 I hope it will be a special year. 特別な1年になるといいなぁ
Good morning, Sho.
Did you run every day?
Yeah. I’m running every day. I feel great.
It’s almost the sakura festival. I’m looking forward to your wadaiko performance.
Thanks. I’m glad to hear that.
This is our last year in junior high school. I don’t want to regret anything, so I’ll do my best. What about you, Sho?
I hope it will be a special year.
Where are you going for high school?
I don’t know yet, but I want to go somewhere near my house.
Sho and his friend Miki are walking to school together. Miki is looking forward to Sho’s wadaiko performance at the sakura festival. Sho is (1) hear that.
What about you, Miki? Where are you going for high school?
I want to go to a school with a study abroad program. Why?
I am planning to study hotel management in America.
Wow! That’s amazing!
I will take over my family’s hotel business in the future. So, studying hotel management overseas will be a good experience for me. Are you taking over your family’s ryokan?
I don’t know yet. I’ll think about it in high school.
Sho, we’re not children anymore. You’re almost in high school. You have to think about your future now.
Miki is (2) study hotel management in America. She asks Sho, “Are you taking over your family’s ryokan?” He answers, “I’ll think about it in high school?”
Good morning, Miki. Good morning, Sho.
Good morning, Yota.
Hey, Yota. Which high school are you going to go to?
I’m going to go to a high school with a strong soccer team.
Why soccer? Because I want to become a professional soccer player!
You can do it, Yota!
I hope so. It’s just a dream at this point. But you and Miki are lucky.
You can both take over your family businesses, so you don’t have to worry about your future. That’s lucky.
Yota is (3) go to a high school with a strong soccer team. He thinks She and Miki are lucky because they can take over their family business.
Are you all right, Sho? You look worried.
I’m fine. I just have a question. Do you want me or Mari to take over the ryokan?
Neither. I’m the last one.
Your mother was going to take over from me, but she left. So, the line is now broken.
Yeah, I remember that.
Also, we have fewer and fewer customers. We can’t stay open much longer.
We have to do something, Grandma. This ryokan is 250 years old!
I’m afraid all good things must come to an end.
Yoko says to Sho, “You (4) worried.” He answers, “I’m (5).” Because Sho’s mother left, Yoko thinks she is the last one to run the ryokan.
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1). glad to
2). is planning
3). is going
6). I’m glad to meet you.
7). I’m planning to stay on Earth. する予定だ。すでに決まっている予定
8). Are you going to stay here forever? 話し手が計画として、決めている
9). You look very sad. 悲しそうに見える
10). What are you planning to do tomorrow?
11). I’m going to stay in Kyoto this weekend?
12). I’m glad to be here.
13). I’m sorry to hear that>
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