基礎英語2 2018/12/20 L154 review
20 木 L154 REVIEW
Q1. What subject is Chris studying in the library?
Don’t talk to Chris now. He’s studying for his exams.
Our exams are in January, aren’t they?
They are. But the teachers make special ones for Chris. He missed too many classes this semester. So he has to make up for them.
He takes classes at the studio, but he hates them.
Yeah. He told me that. I think our teachers are the best.
He’s studying math now. That’s Chris’s them. are the best! hardest subject.
Oh, okay. I’ll talk to him later..
Q2. Is the news from Tatsuo’s company good or bad for Miki?
You are very quiet. Are you still thinking about the news from your company?
Yeah. Miki will be sad. She is fitting in so well here. I know, but we have to tell her soon.
You are right. I will talk to her tonight.
I will make her favorite pasta. We can tell her at dinner.
I also have good news for Miki.
Tell me! What is it?
You have to wait.
A2: It is bad.
Q3. What does Miki have to do in March?
I have a surprise. We will take a trip to Florida during the vacation.
How exciting! Florida will be warmer than here. We can swim.
Miki, I’m sorry. I also have bad news.
I got a phone call while I was working in my office last week. It was from my boss in Japan. We have to go home in March.
That’s terrible news! Can’t we stay until June? I want to finish the eighth grade here.
A3: She has to go home.
Did you have examination periods in junior high school?
I feel like we had exams all the time in junior high school. What do you remember, Geoff?
I remember in junior high school each class had a combination of tests, quizzes and essays throughout the year.
Yes, that’s true.
However, music, art and physical education classes didn’t have any sort of tests in my school. Each class did have a system for pre-grading ???
I know, the participation grade.
Right. Teachers wanted to students to be active in class and work with others. Everyone has to try hard.
Sometimes participation was more important than tests scores.
At the end of the year there were final exams, we often had to do special projects like science fair. And in technology class we each built a car that was powered by a mouth-trap and rubber bands.
That didn’t feel like a test for me. I loved building the cars using mouth-traps, however I do not like mouth-traps.
Geoff, do you remember your grades?
A gentleman never tells. How about you, Sam?
Well, a lady never tells, either.
Well, we both did great. That’s all that matters.
こと異なる意見を述べる, expressing different opinions
Miki will be sad. She is fitting in so well here.
I know, but we have to tell her soon.
-talk, tell, say
I will talk to her tonight.
We can tell her at dinner.
The assistant said, “Be quiet on the set!”
news, Santa Clause, surprise, houses,
as busy as bees
-So, listeners, did you write to Santa Clause?
And did you send out your season’s greeting cards?
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