ラジオ英会話 2018/10/3 My goal is to find a cure for cancer.
3 水 Lesson123 to不定詞③
Hey, everyone. Rosa Akino here. Chris, what’s our goal today?
Well, you know, I think our goal as always, is to make fantastic program.

Like Onishi Sensei said,”English is all about heart.”, right, Chris?
That’s right. Hi, everyone, Chris McVay here. Let’s put all our heart into this program.

Lesson 123 to不定詞③説明型、説明語句位置のto不定詞)

This medical lab is amazing. It’s so high-tech and clean. I want to work in a place like this someday.
Well, when you’re an adult, this place will look old- fashioned. Do you have a goal for the future, Maki?
Yes, my goal is to find a cure for cancer.
Wonderful.
Do you have any advice for young people who want to be a doctor?
Always think about the patients first. That’s the most important thing.
I see. That’s an excellent point. Thank you for the tour of your medical lab, Dr. Cheng. You really inspired me.
You inspired me, Maki.

WORDS& PHRASES
medical lab 医学研究所(= medical laboratory)
old-fashioned 時代遅れの、古くさい
cure 治療法
patient 患者
tour(施設などの)見学


This medical lab is amazing.
この医学研究所はすばらしいですね。
It’s so high-tech and clean.
とてもハイテクで清潔です。
I want to work in a place like this someday.
私もいつかこのようなところで働きたいです。
Well, when you’re an adult, this place will look old- fashioned.
どうでしよう、この場所は時代遅れマキさあなたが大人になったときには、この場所は時代遅れに見えるでしょうね。
Do you have a goal for the future, Maki?
あなたは何か将来の目標がありますか、マキさん。
Yes, my goal is to find a cure for cancer.
はい、私の目標はがんの治療法を見つけることです。
Wonderful.
すばらしい。
Do you have any advice for young people who want to be a doctor?
医師になりたい若者に何かアドバイスはありますか?
Always think about the patients first. That’s the most important thing.
いつも患者さんのことを第一に考える。それが最も大事なことです。
I see. That’s an excellent point.
分かります。すばらしいお話ですね。
Thank you for the tour of your medical lab, Dr. Cheng.
こちらの医学研究所の中を案内していただいてありがとうございました、チェン博士。
You really inspired me.
先生のお話にはとても刺激を受けました。
You inspired me, Maki.
私もあなたから刺激を受けましたよ、マキさん。

For more information, take a look at the textbook.


I want to work in a place like this someday.
私もいつかこのようなところで働きたいです。

Do you have any advice for young people who want to be a doctor?
医師になりたい若者に何かアドバイスはありますか?

Always think about the patients first.
いつも患者さんのことを第一に考える。

-real grammar for communication
My goal is to find a cure for cancer.
私の目標はがんの治療法を見つけることです。

-be to do
If you are to pass the test. you’ll have to study much harder. 意図
テストに合格するつもりなら、今よりもはるかに一生懸命勉強しなければならないよ。
You are all to apologize right now. 命令
君たちはみんな今すぐ謝罪しなければならない。
The US president is to meet with the Russian president next week. 予定
アメリカの大統領は来週ロシアの大統領と会う予定です。
A company that started in a garage was to become the world’s largest retailer. 運命
ガレージで始まった会社は世界最大の小売業者となるのであった。


1). 私たちの目標は英文法をはるかに理解しやすくすることです。
aim 目標

2). 荷物をまとめて午前6時に出発する準備を整えなさい。
packed 荷造りを終えた」。


Well, once again, we just like to stress the importance of catching native speakers’ nuances. That will make your English far more natural, right?
Exactly, that will definitely make your English 実に良い.
Exactly.

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1). Our aim is to make English grammar much easier to understand.
Could you give us some alternative for aim here.
Sure, you could say, Our purpose is to make English grammar much easier.
Or you could say, our goal, or ah, our target, a little bit more difficult, objective.
2). You are all to be packed and ready to leave at 6 a.m.
be packed
What exactly does this packed mean?
Well, it definitely doesn’t mean that you’re inside the suitcase.
Yeah, preferably, it means that you finished putting in all you need your clothes, etc. Inside the suitcase, so you finished packing your suitcase.

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If you are to become a successful entrepreneur, you need to know how to deal with ups and downs.
もし君が起業家として成功したかったら、浮き沈みに対処する方法を知る必要がある。
entrepreneur 起業家
deal with 対処する
ups and downs 浮き沈み

見る(see)ことは信じることである。(百聞は一見にしかずI
( ) is ( )

to see, to believe



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