基礎英語1 CAN-DO 2018年間アーカイブス
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I’m a robot.
I’m from New York.
My name is John Smith.
I like sweets.

It’s two-one-two, eight-zero-six.
Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen…. Okay, that’s everything.
I have one hundred and fifty robot parts.
It’s ten o’clock.

Excuse me.
Good morning, Shunta.
How are you?
See you later, Mia. / See you!

5-
What’s an ALT?
How do you spell your names?
J-O-H-NS-M-I-T-H.
It says, “Invitation.”

What’s that?
It’s my special fork.
Who is she?
Luna is so pretty.

You look happy.
How is your life in Japan?
I have a headache.
I feel better now.

Is this your restaurant?
Her name is Lynn, and his name is Nick.
This is Kenny’s stuffed animal.
It’s not mine, it’s Tama’s.

Your moves are really good.
Good job, Shunta.
You can do it!
That’s wonderful.

Let’s make cookies.
Yes, let’s.
That sounds good.
Are you free this weekend?

That polka dot one is nice.
What is that round one?
It’s huge.
Let’s take the red elevator.

The living room is on the second floor.
It’s in front of the park.
Where is Luna?
It’s right there.

Maybe you can ask Hiroshi.
Why don’t you try mail order?
How about a robot boat?
Do you have any other ideas?

7-
What’s that in your hand?
The players can use their legs
He has the number ten on his back.
He has kind eyes.
I love sweets.
I don’t like cute masks.
Do you like toys?
What kind of fireworks do you like, Mia?
I’m nervous.
I’m worried about him.
Tama is scared of dogs.
I’m not afraid anymore.
How do you like it?
How interesting!
What a smart dog!
I’m moved.

9-
We have Sports Day in October right?
You can make a haunted house or sell food.
In the US, people wear costumes and go out.
In this town, we have a special fall event.
It says, “Please make four lines.”
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What do they do at home?
He vacuums the house and cleans the windows.
Does he do the laundry?
What does John do in his room?
Hello. Tamazaemon speaking.
Can you say that again?
Can you give him a message?
I have a message from Ms. Ueda.
We need teamwork.
Do we need my special power?
I don’t need help.
What do you want?
We need flour, baking powder, eggs, milk and sugar.
How many eggs do you need?
How much flour do we need?
Pour three tablespoons of honey on top.
The interview is at four.
I get up at five in the morning.
We practice from Tuesday to Saturday
November fifth.
What’s wrong, Shunta?
We have a problem.
What shall we do?
Our ghost troubles are over
By the way.
Okay, let’s start the quiz.
Where is Shunta’s cafe?
Excuse me, are you Coach Rossi?
It was nice meeting you.
Try our world famous apple pie.
Hurry up and prepare the desserts.
Please set the tables.
Wait a minute, Tama.
Don’t run near the water.
Be quiet.
Watch out!
Look at that switch on the handlebar.
How do we get to the viewing platform?
It’s next to the telescope.
It’s about ten minutes from the bus stop to here.
We just go straight and turn left.
Are you crying?
We’re watching a video.
It’s not working.
What are you doing?
It was on my belt at lunch.
Were you in the gym, Tama?
It wasn’t in the locker room.
Where was it?
Dear Grandma and Grandpa, How are you? With love, The family.
Happy Holidays and Best Wishes!
Happy New Year.
In Japan, we clean the house before New Year’s.
New York has a huge countdown every New Year’s Eve.
This city is famous for its rocket launch.
It’s so windy here.
Excuse me, do you have eggs?
How much is it?
We’ll take this one, please.
We stayed at my grandparents’ house.
Did you shake hands with them?
I didn’t ski or snowboard.
What did you do inside the lodge?
Can we help you?
Can you help me?
Can I ask you a favor?
Can I get your ideas?
What time did you go to bed last night? When did you start cooking?
How long do you practice cooking?
When is the contest?
Can they win the contest, Ms. Ueda?
What can I do?
Who can tell us about this?
We can’t give everyone a prize, but we can announce our “Creativity award.”
I think so, too.
That’s a good idea.
s that okay?
Let’s not bother him.
Which location did you choose?
I watched it three times at the cinema.
What drinks did you buy?
Where did you get this?
I’m not feeling well.
I didn’t get enough sleep last night.
I caught a cold.
I broke my leg.
Whose stuff is this?
Mine is blue, not red.
It’s Tama’s.
Use your own words, Tama.
We’re going to visit friends on Saturday.
I’m going abroad next term, too.
Are you going to come to the farewell party?
I’ll be there.
I think I can eat it all.
How was the food?
It was difficult at first, but I had a wonderful time with you.
He’ll be okay.
This is my mother, Betty.
All three of us are going to live here.
He said you’re just like a brother.
I forgot to say something important.




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