11 金 L165 Communication Box
Hey, friends. Let’s make our way to the Kiso Eigo Igloo.
Oh, you mean that house made of ice.
Hi, listeners, I’m the snowy Samurai.
I’m Geoff, a playful penguin.
And I’m the snowflake berry Samantha.
Let’s continue our adventure.
-What’s up, folks?
How are you doing?
Q1: What does Sarah think of Miki?
Now we know Miki’s secret. Her family goes back to Japan in March. That’s really too bad because we became good friends. She is active and cheerful. Thanks to her, l know more about Japan than before. I will miss her a lot. Chris said, “We have to enjoy every minute while she is here. What can we do to make the best memories? We will have a meeting this week and make a plan.
-Sarah thinks she is active and cheerful.
goes back to – (go) 〜へもどる、帰る
became (become) になった
thanks to -, 〜のおかげで
every minute 一瞬一瞬
make a plan 計画を立てる
-Fabulous job, everyone.
-have to… / has to…「しなければならない」 = must , mustより弱い
doesn’t have to -, don’t have to – 「…しなくてもよい」
We have to arrive at the station before seven thirty.
Mika had to clean her room yesterday.
My brother doesn’t have to practice basketball on Sundays.
Hey, Sam. Do you have Mr. Tamura’s books?
Yes, I borrowed them from him. Why?
Mt. Tamura wants to use them in his class.
Oh, really? Do I have to give them back to him now?
No. You don’t have to hurry. He needs them next week.
Do I have to give them back to him now？
You don’t have to hurry.
My brother has to do the dishes to help our grandmother.
I don’t have to get up early on weekends.
My friend is coming to Japan next month. Where should I take him?
Okay. Let’s see… You have to take him to Hakone!
That sounds great. He’ll be very happy.
I have to go to bed early tonight. I can’t sleep.
How about drinking a cup of hot tea?
Thanks. (I’ll try that.I
Sam, what do you have to do at home?
Well, I have to recycle empty bottles.
That sounds great. How about you, Geoff?
I have to vacuum the living room. I think the carpet is dusty.
Oh, do you like cleaning?
I have to do the laundry. My son has to wash the bath tab. Everyone in my family has a chore.
What chores do you have to do, listeners?
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