遠山顕の英会話楽習 2019/6/12 Listen for it.





遠山顕の英会話楽習 2019/6/12 Listen for it.
too long, I’m so tired.


ukulele ウクレレ
take lessons レッスンを受ける
ohana [ハワイ語]家族
lesson fee レッスン料
borrow 貸す
used 中古の
musical instrument 楽器
be located at 通り  位置している
try out 試しに弾く

Q1: What is this commercial about?
これは何のCMですか?

Ukulele? ウクレレ
Once again, the question, Jeff?
What is this commercial about?
Carolyn, did you happen to catch the right answer for this?
Yeah, I think so.
Let’s hear it.
What is commercial about?
It’s about “The Ohana Music Store.” It gives group ukulele lessons every Wednesday and Saturday.
Ohana.
So, ohana is, ah, Hawaiian for family.
Yeah. Isn’t that right, Carolyn?
Yeah.
All right.
Yeah, I agree. Sounds good to me.
We are all aloha people here.
Yes.

So, we can go on to the next question, right?
Yes.
Sounds good.
All right.

Q2: What’s the lesson fee?
Sounds like a fun school there.
Oh, yeah.
Sounds like a place I’d like to go.
So back to the question, Carolyn?
Right. What’s the lesson fee?
Jeff, did you happen to catch the right answer for this?
Let’s hear it.
Very economical, $10 per lesson.
Now.
Yeah.
My big question here is what if you don’t have the musical instrument, ukulele?
Well, if you don’t have a ukulele, the store will let you borrow a used one.
Oh, good.
Problem solved. Or you can buy a new one for as little as $35.
That’s a good price.
That’s going for $35.
Yes. I’m sure they’re more expensive, but you can buy them for $35, yeah. And evidently they also sell songbooks.
Oh, yeah, that’s right. ‘cause he got one on sale.
Mmm.
How much was it worth?
$12, I think.
Another good price.
Yeah, so they probably sell sheet music, and songbooks, and chord books.

Right. Q3. What else does this store do?

So back to the 3rd question.
All right. What else does this store do?

Carolyn, What else do they do?
Ah, They sell new and used musical instruments.
Oh, I see.
That could be their main thing, or,
Probably, ??? lessons are 分かりません。
I wouldn’t think so. Yeah, since the lessons are not very expensive.
Yeah.
So,
It’s kind of a bonus.
Yeah!
I see.
To get people come in.
I wonder if I could get a Hawaiian made guitar there, maybe a used one.
Hawaiian made guitar?
Is it special?
I think they’re a little smaller, many of the mermaid koa wood, ‘cause you can only get koa wood.
Koa wood is so expensive.
Oh, really?
Yeah, probably be more than $35.
I wonder when their school hours, or business hours.
They are not open that early in the morning. They don’t open until 11.
Okay.
No, but they don’t close until 9, which is
Yeah.
And open every day.
Every day.
Sounds great.
Yeah.

So, Ken, Jeff, do you have a ukulele, do you own one?
I don’t have one now. But I started on the ukulele, before I started the guitar.
Oh, interesting.
Oh, you’re just like me.
Really?
That was my first instrument.
Yeah, my sister used to play the ukulele.
Oh?
So I borrowed it. And I had a good time.
Nice!
Sure!
My fourth-grade’s teacher was from Hawaii. And she taught us how to play the ukulele.
Was she? Oh, interesting.
How about you, Carolyn?
No. But I love to listen to the music. It’s beautiful.
Oh, yeah.
I mean, I played one, but not well.
Oh, you did?
Yeah, when I was little, but don’t think I had made any notes. Just, they’re fun. ‘cause it’s so small and, you know.
Yeah.
Maybe you should take it up again.
I know a good school.
That’s right.
Well, that’s about it for today. So before we say, aloha, here are three things we’d like you to do. The first one is –
Keep listening.
And then?
Keep practicing.
And keep on smiling.
Aloha.



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    遠山顕の英会話楽習 2019/6/12 Listen for it.” に対して1件のコメントがあります。

    1. sally より:

      お疲れさまでした。
      楽しかったですが、長かったですね(笑)
      書ききれませんので、別便wordをお目通し頂けたらと思います。

      1. fujii より:

        ありがとうございます。
        まだ、確認できていません。 今後とも宜しくお願いします。

    2. sally より:

      Probably, [isn’t it to make lessons or]…
      Yeah, I [would] think so.
      I wonder if I could get a Hawaiian made guitar [there] [.] thereの後ろにピリオド
      Many of [the mermaid] → [them are made of] koa wood ‘cause you can only get koa.
      perhaps → probably
      at that early hour → that early
      No, but they don’t close until nine → You know, but they

      【さいご】
      I don’t have one now, [but] I started on
      My sister used to play [the] ukulele, so
      My fourth grade’s teacher → My fourth-grade teacher
      When I was little. But [iある?] don’t think I had made any notes.
      [Just] ‘cause it’s so small and, you know
      (1) So before we say, aloha.
      (2) Here are three things.
      (3) We’d like you to do.
      →(1)(2)(3)は一文だと思います。切ると繋がりが…?
      So, before we say aloha, here are three things [that省略] we’d like you to do.

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