基礎英語3 2018/7/27 #基礎英語3
27 金 R16 華郷旅館のみなさんはいい人ばかりです
It’s time for Kiso Eigo 3.
Hi, there. I’m Tono Yukio.
Hey, everyone. I’m Cyrus.
What’s up? I’m Lemi.
Time for review.
Let’s see if we can do it.
Get ready for Kiso Eigo 3.
How’s it going, everyone? I’m Cyrus.
Hi, guys. I’m Cyrus.
Okay, let’s go.
Safe travels, Miki. Don’t forget about me.
Sho… I’m only leaving for five days. Don’t be so dramatic.
You are popular with the boys, Miki.
I’m amazed that you can study all day long.
And I’m amazed that you can practice soccer for hours. By the way, sorry about the prefectural tournament.
Don’t be. 2nd place is still a great result. Plus, some scouts may want to talk to me!
It will be tough, though. I am the most dedicated soccer player at my school, but there are many more like me in Japan.
(This train is about to leave. The doos will be closing.)
Think of it as your entrance exam. Good luck, Yota!
You too, Miki!
Yota tells Miki, Mimiko, and Sho some soccer scouts may want to talk to him. He knows it will be tough because there are ( ) ( ) like him in Japan. Miki tells him, “Think of it as your entrance exam.
On behalf of the Mountain Preservation Society, I would like to thank you all for attending the underbrush clearing today.
Um…David? Where’s the barbecue?
After we finish our work, Sho.
First, staff members with sickles will cut away the weeds. Next, everyone else will join in. Is everyone ready?
Sho, because the forest has recovered, the fireflies have returned to Satoyama Ravine. If the forest recovers, everything around it recovers, too.
Please work at your own pace. Once we are done, we are going to have a barbecue. OK, let’s get started.
Well, I may not get muddy today, but I will get sweaty.
Sho and David are helping to clear the underbrush at Satoyama Ravine. David says to Sho, “( ) the forest ( ), everything around it recovers, too.” A staff member tells everyone to work at their own pace.
Move your arms more. Raise your thighs. Keep your rhythm!
Go easy on me, will you?!
If you want to run in the fall marathon, you’ll have to train hard for it.
Argh. I know.
Look, the mayor has brought someone to Sakurayama.
What? Do you know him?
Aoki Ryuji. He’s she president of a famous recreational development company. People call him “Blue Dragon.”
That’s a cute name.
Um… the blue comes from the blue fire that he breathes on his competition.
He looks nice, though.
I wonder what he is doing here. I have a bad feeling about this.
Yoko is training Mimiko for the fall marathon. They see the mayor. He is walking with someone. It’s Aoki Ryuji, a business owner. Mimiko says, “I ( ) ( ) he is doing here.
Come in, Mr. Callahan.
Thank you for inviting me, Mr. Takamine.
And thank you for coming. I always look forward to receiving your pictures by e-mail.
I especially enjoy your pictures of Satoyama.
I’m happy to hear that.
I have an offer for you, David. I would like you to be the photographer for a travel guide we are publishing for foreign visitors. What do you think?
David Sounds great!
Come in, Ms. Sato.
Good to see you again, David. Thank you for the photo of you and Sho.
No problem, Yumi. Everyone at the ryokan is really nice.
Mr. Takamine has invited David to a meeting. He says, “I especially ( ) your ( ) of Satoyama.” Mr. Takamine has an offer for David. Yumi joins them. She thanks David for the photo of him and Sho.
Let’s Try Get It Right Review
Let’s try and check can-do and grammar points.
There are ( ) ( ) women in the world.
( ) you ( ) working out, you’re going to run and swim.
I ( ) ( ) he wants me to be.
I’m looking ( ) to ( ) your fight.
I’m looking forward to seeing you again.
I really enjoy your music.
I wonder what I can do for her now.
I wonder how long this heat will last.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
Okay, that’s the end of week 16.
on Kiso Eigo 3
Have a good
1). many, more
2). If, recovers
3). wonder, what
4). enjoy, pictures
1). more, dedicated
2). Once, finish
3). wonder, what
4). forward, seeing
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