遠山顕の英会話楽習 2018/10/22 One thing led to another and
22 月 Dialog7 お天気リポーター、ヘザー Weather Forecaster Heather

Where do you work, Heather?
I work at KEEC TV.
Wait a minute . . I saw your live weather report on the blizzard last week!
That blizzard was a real doozy!
How did you get your start as a meteorologist?
I was an intern at GOBO TV. One thing led to another and I ended up at KEEC TV.
Good for you!

-Words&Expressions
weather forecaster お天気リポーター
Where do you work? お仕事はどちらで?
I work at –  〜で働いています。
blizzard 猛吹雪、ブリザード
doozy とんでもない(ほどすごい)もの
How did you get your start as – ? 〜としてどのようにスタートを切りましたか?
meteorologist 気象予報士、気象学者
intern インターン・実習生
One thing led to another. あれこれあって。成り行きで。 詳しい説明をせずにすませるフレーズ
end up at –  (最後は・結果として)〜に落ち着く
Good for you!よかったですね!

お仕事はどちらで、ヘザー?
KEECテレビで働いています。
ちょっと待って……先週あなたの猛吹雪の生中継を見ましたよ!
あの猛吹雪は本当にとんでもないものでした!
気象予報士としてどのようにスタートを切りましたか?
私はGOBOテレビのインターンでした。あれこれあって、KEECテレビに落ち着きました。
よかったですね!

-Apply It!
How did you get your start as a meteorologist?
気象予報士としてどのようにスタートを切りましたか?

-URthe★

声優としてどのようにスタートを切ったのですか? How did you get your start as a voice actor?
Lots of hard work and lots of luck! たくさんの頑張りとたくさんの幸運です!
へえ、それは驚きました。Oh, that’s surprising.
Basically, I was in the right place at the right time.
-Good for you.
-All right, Jeff. Now you are the star? Got it.
How did you get your start as a voice actor?
Lots of hard work and lots of luck!
Oh, that’s surprising.
Basically, I was in the right place at the right time.
Oh, good for you.
Yeah, I really love what I do. And all the people I work with.

-Say It!
One thing led to another and I ended up at KEEC TV.
あれこれあってKEECテレビに落ち着きました。

five times in one, beautiful breath.
I think I’m gonna end up making a mistake. Let’s try.
Wow! You did it.
Congratulations! That performance was a doozy.

-Write It!
ヘザーは気象予報士です。彼女はGOBOテレビでインターンとしてスタートを切り、KEECテレビに落ち着きました。
How did you get your start as a meteorologist?
I was an intern at GOBO TV. One thing led to another and I ended up at KEEC TV.

気象予報士
meteorologist
What a name! What a word!
インターンとしてスタートを切り
So the expression is get your start – as
And it’s going to be past tense. And it’s going to be her start. So got as an intern.

Heather is a meteorologist. She got her start as an intern at GOBO TV and ended up at KEEC TV.

In Another Situation!
They sing their lines to the tune of “London Bridge Is Falling Down.”
彼らは「ロンドン橋落ちた」の旋律に合わせてセリフを歌う。

Where do you work, Heather?
I work at KEEC TV.
Wait a minute. I saw your live weather report on the blizzard last week!
That blizzard was a real doozy!
How did you get your start as a meteorologist?
I was an intern at GOBO TV. One thing led to another and I ended up at KEEC TV.
Good for you!

Well, Ken?
Yes.
How did you get your start as a teacher?
Well, Carolyn. It’s a long.
Okay, never mind.
Oh, sorry.




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