遠山顕の英会話楽習 2018/12/3 In Another Situation
-In Another Situation
A queen has invited a lord of Japan to her new castle.
lehisa sama! You made it! Come on in, my lord!
What a nice castle your majesty has on top of the solid rocky hill!
Why, thank you, my lord.
My castle stands on a vast flat plain. It has a stunning view of Mr. Eternity.
Wonderful idea. I hope you like the view hear too.
I do already. I brought something for you, Majesty.
Oh, you shouldn’t have, my lord.
It’s a tea ceremony set with a tea house and a master. The master speaks English.
How lovely! That will really liven up my spare time.
I’m glad you like it.
Come this way. Make yourself at home, my lord. I just have to get the gate.
Do you have a lot of parties, Ken?
I am ah, not a party-goer.
You are not a party-goer.
Or a party-haver
I’m usually a
party of one party-of-one.
Have about you, yourself?
Well, I just moved. So,
I’m thinking of having a housewarming party pretty soon.
Maybe in a couple of month.
That’s great. Have about you, Caroline? Are you a party-goer, or …?
I think I’m more like you, Ken. I’m more like, ah, party-of-one or two.
Welcome to the club.
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