英会話 タイムトライアル 2018/10/5 Did you sleep well?
5 金 Day5 Waking Up
Use English here and now.
Let’s do something new.
Use the English inside you.
Let’s do something new.
Speak up and just be you.
Show the world what you can do.
Eikaiwa Time Trial.

Let’s get started with Day5 for the month of October.
Hi, everyone. I’m Steve Soresi.
And I’m Skidmore. Thanks for joining us.

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Here is the scene for today’s Taiwa Karaoke. You’re waking up, and you’re on a homestay.
A homestay in California.

That’s right. I’ll be a little girl coming to wake you up.

Did you sleep well?
What time do you usually get up?
What time do you usually go to bed?

Okay, let’s have an eleven turn conversation.
With Jenny. She is a child in your homestay family.


Morning, Rise and shine.

You must have been tired. Did you sleep well?

It’s almost 9 o’clock.

My parents told me to wake you up. You’re leaving at ten, right?

Well, can I open the curtains for you?

Sunshine will help you adjust California time.

Is that too bright for you?

I’ll close them a little more.

How’s that?

What time do you usually get up?

What time do you usually go to bed?

I see. Well, your breakfast is ready downstairs.

See you downstairs.

Okay, time’s up.
You can listen to his replies and use them as a hint. Here we go.

Morning, Rise and shine.
Oh, good morning.
You must have been tired. Did you sleep well?
Yeah, I slept well. What time is it?
It’s almost 9 o’clock.
Wow! I never sleep this late. I’m an early bird usually.
My parents told me to wake you up. You’re leaving at ten, right?
Right, thanks for waking me up.
Well, can I open the curtain for you?
Yeah, sure.
Sunshine will help you adjust California time.
Is that too bright for you?
It’s a little bright, but it’s Okay.
I’ll close them a little more.
How’s that?
Perfect. Thanks.
What time do you usually get up?
Well, I have jet lag now. So I slept late. I usually get up around 5 or 6 in Japan. I’m a morning person.
What time do you usually go to bed?
I go to bed around 10.
I see. Well, your breakfast is ready downstairs.
Oh, thanks. I’ll be there in a minute.
See you downstairs.
See you downstairs.

Okay, did you understand our conversations?
Okay, this month’s theme is All day English.

Okay, time’s up.
Well, how was your conversation?

Your speaking skills are getting better
day by day
And week by week.
This month’s theme is All day English.

So see you next time
On Eikaiwa Time Trial.



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