基礎英語3 2018/7/6 #基礎英語3
6 金 R13 Grandma takes seasonal traditions very seriously おばあちゃんは季節の伝統をとても大切にするからね
Hi, there. I’m Tono Yukio.
Hey, everyone. I’m cyrus.
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Time for review.
Let’s see if we can do it.
Grandma takes seasonal traditions very seriously
Are you hanging tanabata decorations at your house again this year?
Yeah. Grandma takes seasonal traditions very seriously.
I’ll write my wish on a blue paper strip.
Then I’ll write mine on a pink one. What about you, Sho?
I already wrote mine. In fact, I wrote two.
You sure have a lot of time.
My wish is that I get to play in a national soccer competition.
My wish is that I enter a high school of my choice. What about you, Sho?
I know! Your wish is that you find a girlfriend!
It’s tanabata season. Yoko takes seasonal traditions very seriously. Yota and Miki share their wishes. Yota tells Sho, “Your (1,2) that you find a girlfriend!
Sho, I’ll hang these paper strips on the bamboo.
Wow, that’s a lot of paper strips.
Many of them were sent to us by our previous guests.
Wow! So, we’re hanging more paper strips than usual this year?
Yes. There are a lot of guests who have never forgotten their stay at Hanasato Ryokan.
Hello, Sho and Yoko! Here is mine. (Here is my paper strips.)
Hang it wherever you like.
Have you ever been to a tanabata festival, David?
Once. I went to a tanabata festival in Sendai. There were so many paper strips of different colors. It was beautiful.
Sho and Yoko are hanging paper strips on the bamboo. Many of them were sent by previous guests. Yoko tells Sho, “There are a lot of (2,2) have never forgotten their stay at Hanasato Ryokan.”
The bamboo looks great, but please get the ryokan in your pictures, too!
You got it!
Hey, what are you guys doing?
David is taking pictures for this year’s summer postcard.
Make sure she pays you for your work, David.
Of course I will, Sho! David, please try a lower angle.
Okay, next, from the left. Umm… no. Maybe the right.
Grandma! You’re bothering him!
It’s OK, Sho. I love taking pictures. It’s a skill that combines history with art.
You are a good person, David.
David is taking photos to create a summer postcard for Hanasato Ryokan. Sho thinks Yoko is bothering David, but David tells Sho、“ I love taking pictures. It’s a (3,2) combines history with art.'”
Yoko, when tanabata is over, what do you do with the bamboo?
When I was younger, we threw them in the river, but now we burn them. On July 8th, we will gather all the bamboo at the castle site and have a bonfire.
Because it’s the highest place in our town!
I liked it better when we threw the bamboo into the river. But I also like this new idea. We now turn our wishes into smoke and send them to the sky.
Sounds great! Can you take me there, Sho? Miki can join us, too.
I can come, but Miki has a tennis tournament.
That’s too bad. Yes. It really is.
When tanabata is over, the bamboo is taken to the castle site, and burned. Sho tells David, “Because it’s (4,2) place in our town!” David wants to go with Sho and Miki, but Miki can’t join them.
My (1) is ( ) all the people in my country live in peace。Imre“
Is there anybody (2,2) a good idea?
I know a good (3,2) can make people peaceful
This is the (4,2) song in our country.
She is the woman who talked to me on a bench in the park.
We saw a lot of people who were riding bikes in Beijing.
I like magic. It’s a skill that surprises the audience.
I love painting. It’s an art form that can change the world.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
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