遠山顕の英会話楽習 2019/6/25 D8 A Health Guru
Dialog 8 A Health Guru

What can a person do to stay in optimum health?
First off, get up and move! A sedentary lifestyle is bad for your health.
Good advice. What else?
Stay away from junk food.
Ah! That’s a tough one!
Last but not least, don’t forget to laugh. Laughter is the best medicine!
Right!

guru エキスパート、専門家、指導者
What can a person do to -, 人間(は)…するためにどんなことが?できますか?
What can you do to? の改まった言い方
stay in optimum health 最良の健康を維持特する
first off 第一に〜、まず 〜 [firstとも言う]
sedentary lifestyle 座りがちな生活習慣
What else? 他に何か(ありますか)?
stay away from -, …を避ける
Junk 形容詞で、 がらくたの〜
Junk food ジャンクフード◆高カロリー低栄養の食品。ポテトチップ、ポップコーンなど
That’s a tough one! それは難しいところですね!
last but not least 最後に、これも大事なことですが
Laughter is the best medicine! 笑いは最善の薬!

Last but not least, don’t forget to laugh.
最後に、笑うことを忘れずに。これも大事なことですが

don’t forget to ..で「間違いなく…してください」と勧める
last but not least(直訳:最後だが最小ではない)

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Any other advice? 他にアドバイスは?
最後に、これも大事なことですが、「楽習」を聴くのを忘れずに。 Last but not least, don’t forget to listen to Gakusyu.
Thank you very much. ありがとうございます。
お招きありがとうございました。 Thank you for having me.

Thanks for our job well done.

Jeff, you are the star.
All right.

Any other advice?
Last but not least, don’t forget to listen to Gakusyu.
Thank you very much.
Thank you for having me.
Always a pleasure.


Good advice.
いいアドバイスですね。
Jeff, are you ready?
I think so.
Don’t forget to take a deep breath.
Oh, good advice. All right.

Good going!

その健康エキスパートは3つのことを提案します。第一に立って動くこと、第二にジャンクフードを避けること、そして最後に、これも大事なことですが、笑うことです。
A Health Guru
First off, get up and move!
Stay away from junk food.
Last but not least, don’t forget to laugh.

「3つのことを提案する」
It’s not in the dialog, right, Jeff?
No. Three things. What we are going to do those three things. As we’re going to use the word, propose.
Oh?
This is not the marry propose.
This word means to suggest something. So we’re going to say, “Somebody, or – proposes three things.
So the word, things. That’s not childish, right?
No, no, no, no. No, it’s used all the time.
「第一に」
Yeah, we heard this in the dialog, didn’t it?
Right.
It’s going to be “first off” and we can also just use the word, first. Both are fine.
OK.
「立って動くにと」
Get up and move.
Yes, “get up and move” was in a dialog. So こと koto, or, we are going to add to, to get up and move. That makes it a noun phrase.
「第二に」
Yeah, well, this we didn’t hear in a dialog.
Right.
So here, let’s use the word, second.
OK.
And it’s very handy to use, when we have a list. For example, we’d start with “first”, or “first off”.
And for the next item, we’d say second, and if there is another item, we’d say third.
Third. OK.
And the one thing we wouldn’t say “second off”.
OK.
Just second.


The health guru proposes three things. First off, to get up and move, second, to stay away from junk food, and last but not least, to laugh.

The health guru proposes three things. First, to get up and move, second, to stay away from junk food, and last but not least, to laugh.


In Another Situation!
They can’t stop laughing.
彼らは笑いを止められない。

Well, what can a person do to stay in optimum health?
First off, get up and move! A sedentary lifestyle is bad for your health.
Good advice. What else?
Stay away from junk food.
Ha, ha! That’s a tough one!
I know. Last but not least, don’t forget to laugh. Ha, ha, ha! Laughter is the best medicine!
Right!

That’s funny.
Anything from you guys.
Yes. Last but not least, don’t forget to tune in next time.
Well, that’s good advice.




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