基礎英語3 2018/6/8 #‎基礎英語3
8 金 R9 Why tennis? なんでテニスの試合なのさ?

Listen to this week’s stories and fill in the blanks.

L33
Hi, Miki.
Hi, Sho.
So, willDavid, teach you English?
I hope he will! I’m waiting for him to say yes.
Look, I’d like to learn English from David, too. But he said he didn’t have time to teach both of us.
I asked him first.
I know, but … you’re already learning English in cram school.
Yes, but David is American. I want to learn from a native speaker.
OK, how about this? We will have a tennis match. The winner gets to learn English from David. You know I’m on the tennis team, right?

-Summary
Sho and Miki (1,2) to learn English from David. But David doesn’t have time to teach both of them. So, Sho says to Miki, “ We will have a tennis match. The winner gets to learn English from David.

L34
Let’s play next Sunday. We can use the tennis court at my family’s hotel.
You’re on!
Hey, Sho and Miki! I’m feeling great today! How about … what’s going on?
We’re going to have a tennis match next Sunday.
Tennis?
It’s about Miki and David.
Why tennis?
Because Miki can’t play the wadiko.
Well, yeah, but ….
What are you two talking about?
Nothing. Come on. You can tell me.
Fine, I told Sho he’s not very smart.
Hey!

Summary
Miki says to Yota, ” We’re going to have a tennis match next Sunday. “Yota thinks it’s a bad idea. Miki asks, ” What are you two talking about? “Yota says, ” I (2,2) he’s not very smart.

L35
Yota ?! Don’t you have soccer practice?
I asked him to referee.
Every game needs a referee, Sho.
I know Yota will do a good job. He is fair.
If you get four points, you win a game. You will play up to five games. The first player to win three games wins the match.
You can serve first, Sho.
Be careful, Miki, I’m a very fast runner.
Tennis is not just about running, sho.
Play ball! You don’t say “play ball” in tennis, Yota.
Actually, you do in soft tennis.
Wow! You sure know a lot, Yota.
Ugh. Here I go!

-Summary
Miki asked Yota to referee the tennis match. Yota explains, “If you get four points, you win a game. You will play up to five games. The first (3,2) win three games wins the match.

L36
Sho, you have to hit the ball into the court! This isn’t baseball.
Come on, Sho! You can do it!
You’re the referee, Yota! Don’t take sides.
Sorry, Miki.
My serve. Sho, what are you doing?
I’m trying to find the ball, where is it?
It’s way behind you, by the chain-link fence.
Miki, this isn’t fair for Sho. Can he win the match if he wins one game?
No, Yotal Miki and I will play by the same rules.
Sho …

Summary
Sho is powerless against Miki. She hits ll the ball, and he can’t find it. It’s way (4) him, ( ) the chain-link fence. Yota wants to change the rules, but Sho says, “No, Yota! ”

– Let’s Try Get It Right Review
Let’s try and check can-do and grammar points.

1). わたしたちはアイスクリームが食べたいです.
We would (5,2) eat ice cream.
2). 君たちはダイエット中だとわたしに言っていました
You (6,2) you were on a diet.
3). 最初に頂上に着いた人がアイスクリームを食べていいです.
The (7) person ( ) get to the top can eat ice cream.
4).それは木の上, 枝の間にあります.
It’s (8) the tree, ( ) the branches.


スミス先生はフランス語も話せると、わたしたちに言いました。
Mr. Smith told us he could speak French, too.

母はわたしにそのスカートは高すぎると言いました。
My mother told me the skirt was too expensive.

彼女は君のずっとうしろです
She’s way behind you.

彼は君の真ん前にいます. テーブルの下。
He’s just in front of you, under the table.

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1). would like
2). told she
3). player to
4). behind, by
5). like to
6). told me
7). first, to
8). on, between

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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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