基礎英語2 2018/9/27 #基礎英語2
27 木 L99 REVIEW
Welcome back to English world of Kiso Eigo 2.
Let’s enjoy 15 minutes of English everyday.
Yeah. We’re here for you.
Takada Sensei, are you ready?
Geoff, Samantha, shall we begin?
Here we go!
Let’s have fun, everyone.
Thanks for joining us.
Lesson 99. review
Story of this week.
-Here’s Monday’s story.
Question 1: Why does Lewis know that Miki will want to go to the apple festival?
Here we go.
Guess what! There will be an apple festival next weekend.
Princeton. I know that you will want to go. You love apples, right?
I go with my parents every year. There are many food stalls. They sell apple pie, apple cider, and apple donuts.
What else is there?
Some people sell handmade crafts. There is music and entertainment too.
Don’t forget apple picking. You can visit my uncle’s orchard and pick apples there.
Q1: Why does Lewis know that Miki will want to go to the apple festival?
A1: Because she loves apples.
I know that you will want to go. You love apples, right?
-Now on to Tuesday’s story.
Question 2: What does Lewis usually buy at the food stalls?
This is so much fun. I always go sweet potato digging in Japan, but this is my first time to pick apples off a tree.
Thanks! My uncle enjoyed showing you around.
What are we going to do next?
I’m starving. Everything smells so good.
Okay. Let’s visit the food stalls.
What do you recommend?
I usually buy apple pie over there. The apples come from my uncle’s orchard. I’m sure that you will like it.
Q2: What does Lewis usually buy at the food stalls?
A2: He buys apple pies.
What do you recommend?
I usually buy apple pie over there.
Okay, now for Wednesday’s story.
-Question 3: Why does Chris have to stay in New York?
Let’s listen to find the answer.
I hope Chris can come soon.
He will. He came last year. He is looking forward to the apple cider.
Yeah. That’s his favorite.
Oh! Let’s look at the gift stalls.
These are beautiful quilts. I love the colors.
You know, Miki, Lewis’s aunt makes these quilts.
Oh no! I’m afraid that Chris can’t come today.
What does he say?
He says, “I have to stay in New York because I must talk to the director.”
Q3: Why does Chris have to stay in New York?
The answer is
A3: Because he must talk to the director.
-Tell us more
Did you go apple picking in the United States?
Yes, in the autumn, my family and I went to an apple orchard. They had an apple picking festival. We ate many yummy foods made with apples, listens to music, and drink hot apple cider. What about you, Geoff.
My family actually had lots and lots of apple trees on our land. when there are many fruit trees together, we call it a grove. I think we had two or three apple groves on the farm. Nobody took care of the trees for many years. But they still had delicious apples every autumn.
I’m so jealousy of you, Geoff. I want an apple grove.
Actually some of my friends’ families were apple farmers. We usually went apple picking at their orchards. The apples are tasty right off the tree. We also used them for pies or made them into jam. My favorite was hot apple cider.
Mmm, me too. It’s a lot like apple juice. When they make it, they leave the skin on which is much healthier and tastier. To ?? filter is necessary.
To filter means to remove small bits and pieces of apple from liquid. Also you must not keep it in your refrigerator for more than two weeks. Or it goes bad.
話を切り出す introducing an new topic
Guess what! There will be a sequel.
apple cider サイダーと言うと日本語では炭酸飲料
アメリカでapple cider りんご果汁
apple ciderにシナモン、ナツメグ、クローブなどの香辛料を加えてあたためたhot apple ciderは、秋から冬にかけて人気のある飲み物です。
ハロウィーン、感謝祭、クリスマスなど、親しい人たちと集まる機会が多い季節、暖炉のそばで香りを楽しみながら味わうhot apple ciderは、格別の味わい
-Tips for Pronunciation
pick, dig, visit, quilt
I finished my work quickly.
Chris’s film was a big hit.
See you again.
-Let’s Practice Some More!
1). I know that you will want to go.
2). I’m sure that you will like the apple pie.
3). I’m afraid that Chris can’t come.
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