基礎英語3 2018/6/29 #‎基礎英語3
29 金 R12 あなたと翔の写真を1枚撮りましょうか?
Hi, there!
I’m Tono Yukio.
Hey, everyone. I’m Cyrus.
What’s up? I’m Lemi .
It’s Friday.
Time for review.
Let’s see, if we can do it.
Get ready for Kiso Eigo 3.

What’s up, everyone? This is Cyrus.
I’m Lemi.
Hi, everyone, I’m robo corpus. Okay.
Let’s go! Review Friday.
Review twelve.

Why don’t I take a picture of you and Sho?

-Let’s summarize
Listen to this week’s stories and fill in the blanks.
-25
It’s pouring outside.
Well, it is the rainy season.
I like rainy scenery, too. I just don’t want camera wet.
I understand. Machines and water don’t mix.
I want to take pictures without getting wet. Is there good place nearby?
Let’s see…how about an ajisai temple?
Ajisai temple?
Alisa is Japanese for “hydrangea.” There are about 2,000 hydrangeas around our local temple.
That sounds great!
I’m sure you will take some great pictures. I’ll call the temple and tell them you’re on your way.

-Summary
David wants to take pictures without getting wet. He asks Yoko, “(1,2) a good place nearby?” Yoko says, “How about an ajisai temple?” She will call the temple, and tell them he’s on his way.

-26
Excuse me?
Ah, are you David?
Yes, I am. Yoko said you were coming.
Wow! This is beautiful!
This is the best time of the year to look at hydrangeas.
May I take some pictures?
Of course. You can take pictures from the main hall. This way, please.
Thank you.

I am sorry this is such a boring temple.
Not at all! It’s a beautiful temple.
What would you like to do in this town?
I want to take pictures of everyday Japanese life.
Ah. Everyday pictures for everyday life.

-Summary
David goes to a temple to take pictures of hydrangeas. The temple priest asks him, “(2) would you ( ) to do in this town?” David says, “I want to take pictures of everyday Japanese life.”

-27
Hi, David.
Hi, Sho.
Do you have any plans for today?
I am going to sort through the pictures I took yesterday. What’s up?
It’s Dad’s day off. Why don’t we all go for a drive?
Sounds good! I’d like to see something that you can only see at this time of the year.
Then, how about Satoyama Ravine? You can see fireflies there at night.
Fireflies, huh?
Yes! They’re beautiful insects. In Japan, we have the Genji firefly and the Heike firefly.
We have fireflies in America, too.
Wow! I didn’t know that.

-Summary
David says to Sho, “I’d like to see (3,2) you can only see at this time of the year.” Sho suggests going to Satoyama Ravine, because there are fireflies there at night.

-28
The fireflies returned to Satoyama Ravine three years ago.
The Mountain Preservation Society helps preserve it. Here we are.
The air is so fresh. I think it’s a good idea to preserve this area.
Do you think so? There are many places like this in Japan. This is a landscape we want to pass on to the next generation, Sho. Be careful, David. The road is a bit rough.
Look! Fireflies!
It’s hard to take pictures of fireflies at night, but I’ll try my best.
David, why don’t I take a picture of you and Sho?
Sure, why not?
Take a good one, Dad!

-Summary
Sho, Naoki, and David are in Satoyama Ravine. David says, “I think (4) a good ( ) to preserve this area.” They find fireflies, but it’s hard to take pictures of them at night.

Let’s Try -Get It Right- Review

1). 駅の近くにアメリカから来たハンバーガー店があるんだよ。
(1,2) a hamburger shop from the U.S. near the station.

2). そこにはいつ行きたいですか?
(2,2) you like to go there?

3). わたしはそこでしか食べられないものが食べてみたいです。
I want to try (3,2) | can only eat there。

4). 家に帰ったほうがいいと思います。
I think (4) better ( ) go home.


5). 曲がり角にコンビニがあります。

6). あなたの町にサッカースタジアムはありますか?

7). 特別な行事で食べるものが食べたいです。

8). たいていの人はやろうとしないことをやってみたいです。


Waiting to hear from you.

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1). Is there
2). What, like
3). something that
4). it’s, idea

1). There is
2). When would
3). something that
4). it’s, to

5). There is a convenience store at the corner.
6). Is there a soccer stadium in your town?
7). I want to eat something that you eat on special occasions.
8). I’d like to try something that most people don’t try.

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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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