基礎英語3 2018/12/6 L116 What about a costume party
6 木 L116 What about a costume party 仮装パーティーはどう?
Hi, Yota.
Hi, Miki. I understand you want to have a party. I’ll put things together.
Thanks! I hear you’re getting a sports scholarship. Congratulations!
Thanks. So, what kind of a party do you want to have?
Mmm… I want a simple party, so we can enjoy ourselves without thinking about exams.
Mmm… I know! What about a costume party? It’s fun, it’s different, and I know a good place where we can get costumes.
Great idea!
OK, then! Let’s invite as many people as we can! The more, the merrier!
You got it!

put things together 全体を仕切る
enjoy oneself 楽しく過ごす
courselves わたしたち自身
without – ing 〜なしで、しないで
costume 衣装
The more, the merrier! (人が)多ければ多いほど、楽しいです!
You got it. (ここでは)了解!
Q: Why does Yota want to have a costume party?
おはよう、陽太君。
おはよう、ミキちゃん。パーティーがしたいんだってね。おれが仕切るよ。
ありがとう! 陽太君は、スポーツ推薦がもらえるんだってね。おめでとう!
まあね。ところで、ミキちゃんはどんなパーティーをしたいんだい?
気取らないパーティーがしたい、そうすれば、試験のことを考えずに楽しく過ごせるじゃない
そうだ 仮装パーティーはどう?おもしろいし、ありきたりじゃないし、仮装衣装を入手できるいいところを知っているし。
おもしろそう!
じゃ、決定だ!できるだけ大勢の人を呼ぼうよ!たくさんいればいるほど楽しいからね!
了解!
A: Because It’s fun, it’s different.

Yota, Miki and Sho talked about the upcoming party.
Miki said, ” I want a simple party”
Yota said,” I know a good place where we can get costumes. Let’s invite as many people as we can! The more, the merrier!”
Sounds very fun.

I know a good place where we can get costumes.
仮装衣装を入手できるいいところを知っています。

This is the town. My father was born in this town.
This is the town in which my father was born. [前置詞+関係代名詞]
This is the town where my father was born. [関係副詞]
ここはわたしの父が生まれた町です。

Why don’t we look for a place where we can eat and drink?
飲食ができる場所を探しましょうよ。
This is the room where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the sea.
こちらがきれいな海の景色を楽しめる部屋です。

This is the room where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the sea.
That is (わたしの祖父母が50年住んでいた家)

I know! What about a costume party? It’s fun, it’s different, and I know a good place where we can get costumes.
Great idea!

ここが、今朝わたしが彼を見た場所です。
This is the ( ) I saw him this morning.

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1). the house where my grandparents lived for 50 years.
2). place where

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