遠山顕の英会話楽習 2018/11/5 Sam Is Under the Weather
5 月 Dialog1 Sam Is Under the Weather サムの具合が悪い
Learning words and expressions related to a cold. 風邪に関する語彙・表現

How was school?
It was okay. A lot of kids have colds.
Oh?
Miss Klock passed a box of tissues around the class.
Oh, Really?
Yup. Abby Anderson was coughing and sneezing a lot. She had to leave early.
Poor Abby.
Mom, I don’t feel so good.
What’s wrong, honey?
My throat hurts.

Uh-oh.

catch a bug 風邪を引く bug ウィルス [common cold(普通の風邪)やflu(インフルエンザ)など]
be under the weather 具合が悪い
How was school? 学校はどうでしたか?[他にHow was work?がある]
It was okay. まあまあでした。[特によかったわけではない、という意味合い]
have a cold 風邪を引いている
pass – around 〜に-を回す
a box of tissues ティッシュの箱
cough and sneeze 咳とくしゃみをする
leave early 早引きする
not feel so good 気分・調子があまりよくない[not feel(so)well 標準的
My – hurts. 私の〜が痛い・痛みます。

学校はどうだった?
まあまあだった。大勢の子どもたちが風邪を引いているよ。
そうなの?
クロック先生がティッシュの箱をクラスに回していたよ。
本当に?
うん。アビー・アンダーソンが何度も咳とくしゃみをしていて。早引きしなければならなかったんだ。
かわいそうなアビー。
ママ、僕、気分があまりよくない。
どこが悪いの、サム?
喉が痛いんだ


My throat hurts.
喉が痛みます。
文末にa lot / a littleを加えれば、痛みの程度を

URthe★
ケンの調子があまりよくないんです。 Ken doesn’t feel so well.
What’s wrong? どうしたんですか?
喉が痛いと言っています。 He says his throat hurts.
Uh-oh.

Yeah.
Excellent.

Ken doesn’t feel so well.
What’s wrong?
He says his throat hurts.
Uh-oh.
I hope he’ll be okay.

-Say It!
How was school?
学校はどうでしたか?


サムの学校では大勢の子どもたちが風邪を引いています。サム自身も調子があまりよくありません。喉が痛むんです。
A lot of kids have colds.
Mom, I don’t feel so good.
My throat hurts.

「サムの学校では」
Well, can we in English use the word ‘at’ here. So for this would say “at Sam’s school”.
That’s it.
Yes.
That’s it.
Great.

「サム自身も…ではありません」
Right, the first part would mean “Sam himself.”
Now Sam is short for Samantha, it’s maybe female name. Then Sam herself.
But in this case, Sam is a boy, so Sam himself.
も〜でありません。
not – either
Oh, that phrase.
Right. Either, we use that word, and in this case it would be Sam himself does not, or doesn’t – either.
「調子があまりよくありません。」
Well, there are two ways we can say this. Ah, in the first way, we heard the dialogue. It’s very conversational and colloquial. And it’s “not feel so good”
In the second way it’s probably considered more standard way. It is “not feel so well”

A lot of kids have colds at Sam’s school. Sam himself doesn’t feel so good, either. His throat hurts.

A lot of kids have colds at Sam’s school. Sam himself doesn’t feel so well, either. His throat hurts.
-In Another Situation!
What’s another situation going to be like?
Well, now, Sam has been to Coldtown on a school excursion.
サムは学校の遠足でコールドタウンへ行ってきたところである。
What a place to go to?

How was Coldtown?
It was cold. A lot of folks have cold there.
Oh?
The tour guide handed out a box of tissues to each of us.
Oh, Really?
Yup. Abby Anderson was coughing and sneezing violently. She had to go to the ER.
Oh, poor Abby.
You know, I don’t feel so good.
What’s wrong, honey?
I am ???.
It might be a flu.
Oh, no!
Mmm, that town was a strong influence on you.
What?!
That’s not nice.
cold reaction.

That’s not such a nice sentence.
Well, I think we’d better, ah, end this program now, because my throat is starting to hurt.
Uh-oh.

go to the ER
go to the Emergency Room
緊急治療室へ行く




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