遠山顕の英会話楽習 2018/10/16 You’re telling me.
16 火 Dialog6 Drive On! 運転を続けて

Come on in! Welcome to Ken’s Enjoy English Conversation!
Hi, everyone, I’m Ken Toyama. And here with me today are
Hi, I’m Carolyn Miller. It’s great to have you here.
And I’m Jeff Manning. Thanks for tuning in.
So are you ready guys?
Ready as I’ll ever be!
Ready when you are!
Okey – dokey. Let’s get the ball rolling!
Here we go!


What kind of work do you do, Cart?
I drive a cab.
You must meet lots of interesting characters.
I do. Everyone has a story to tell.
What’s your biggest challenge?
It’s when a passenger gives me vague directions.
Really?
They’ll say something like “Take me to the supermarket next to the park.”
That’s vague!
You’re telling me.

Slice Stallone ?
might be from Philadelphia, never know.

-Words&Expressions
what kind of work do you do? どのようなお仕事をされていますか?
drive a cab タクシーを運転する、タクシードライバーである, drive a taxi
You must – あなたはきっとでしょうね。
meet lots of interesting characters たくさんの面白い人物に会う
Everyone has a story to tell. 誰にでも聞いてもらいたい。語るべき話があるものです。
-‘s biggest challenge(〜にとって)のいちばんの難題
It’s when – それは…するときです。
vague direction あいまいな指示
They’ll say something like – そうした人たちは…のように言うんです。[ここでのwillは未来ではなく通常よく起こることを表す]
You’re telling me. そうでしょう。[それは言わずもがな、先刻承知、私に言わなくても、私に言ってるんですよ]


What kind of work do you do, Cart?
どのようなお仕事をされていますか、カート?
I drive a cab.
タクシーを運転じています。
You must meet lots of interesting characters.
きっとたくさんの面白い人物と会うんでしょうね。
I do. Everyone has a story to tell.
会いますよ。誰にでも聞いてもらいたい話があるものです
What’s your biggest challenge?
あなたにとっていちばんの難題とは何ですか?
It’s when a passenger gives me vague directions.
お客さんがあいまいな指示をしてくるときですね。
Really?
ほう?
They’ll say something like “Take me to the supermarket next to the park.”
公園の隣にあるスーパーマーケットへ連れて行って」うんです。なんてことを言うんです。
That’s vague!
それはあいまいだわ!
You’re telling me.
そうでしょう。

-Apply It!
What’s your biggest challenge?
あなたにとっていちばんの難題とは何ですか?

状況を尋ねる表現challengeは、
マイナスイメージを持つproblem, trouble, difficultyの代わりによく使われます。
過去や仮定の未来について
What was / would be your biggest challenge?と尋ねることもできます。

-URthe☆
どのようなお仕事をされていますか? What kind of work do you do?
I’m a voice actor. 声優です
いいですね。いちばんの難題とは何ですか? Nice. What’s your biggest challenge?
The flu season.

That was a very in flu ential performance.
influential 影響力のある

– All right, Carolyn, you are the star.
Alrighty. よっしゃ

What kind of work do you do?
I’m a voice actor.
Nice. What’s your biggest challenge?
The flu season.
Oh, I guess you really have to take care of your voice.
Yes, you do.


Say It!
Everyone has a story to tell.
誰にでも聞いてもらいたい話があるものです

I see, Carlolyn, you’re raring to go.
I’m hoping this story has a happy ending.
Oh, great.
Let’s hear it.

You did it, Wow!
You almost went out of breath.
Very close.


Write It!
タクシードライバーのカートはたくさんの面白い人物に会います。彼にとっていちばんの難題は乗客があいまいな指示をしてくるときです。

I drive a cab.
You must meet lots of interesting characters.
What’s your biggest challenge?
It’s when a passenger gives me vague directions.

「タクシードライバーのカート」
Well, we can either use taxi or cab. either one.
Okay.
And you can say, “Cart, a cab driver”, “Cart, a taxi driver. or Cart drives a cab. Cart drives a taxi, and –

「彼にとっていちばんの難題はするときです」
Well, I think , in a dialog we heard the question, “What’s your biggest challenge?”
So we’re gonna change a bit. And use his instead of your, ah, it will be his biggest challenge, when –

Cart ,a cab driver, meets lots of interesting characters. His biggest challenge is when a passenger gives him vague directions.

Cart drives a cab and meets lots of interesting characters. His biggest challenge is when a passenger gives him vague directions.


In Another Situation!

So, Jeff. What’s another situation gonna be like this time?
Wow! we know how much you love singing.
I do.
This time,
They sing their lines to the tune of “Happy Birthday to You。
”彼らは「ハッピーバースデートゥーユー」の旋律に合わせてセリフを歌う。

I love you to hear you sing too.

So, Ken.
Yes.
We’re wondering.
Yes?
What’s your biggest challenge?
Well, my biggest challenge is to find a way to end the program.
Ah.
And I believe
Yes
It must be a biggest challenge too
Yes, it is.
Well, That’s about it for today. So until next time.
Keep listening.
Keep practicing.
And keep on smiling.
Bye.




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