基礎英語3 2018/12/7 R29 I have to take a break once in a while
7 金 R29 I have to take a break once in a while. たまには息抜きをしなくちゃ
L113
Hi, Sho.
Hi, Miki!
What are you planning to do for the holidays?
I’ll be studying for my entrance exams, of course. You too, right?
Well yes, but I have to take a break once in a while. Let’s have a party! Something like the full moon potluck would be fun.
OK! Then, why don’t we have another one?
I mean something like the potluck party, but different. Then how about a karaoke party?
No, something unique.
-Summary
Miki asked Sho, “What are you planning to do for the holidays?” Sho answered, “I’ll (1,2) for my entrance exams.” Miki wanted to have a party. She told Sho, “I mean something like the potluck party, but different.”

-L114
I want something refreshing. So, something unique but simple would be great.
Then, let’s ask Yota to organize the party. He likes fun things. Also, he will get a sports scholarship, so he doesn’t have to worry that much about exams.
That’s a great idea! Wow, look at that. Satoyama Ravine is covered in thick clouds.
It’s probably snowing up there.
It’s been great talking about this, Sho. I’ll see you in class.
Same here, Miki. I’ll talk to Yota later today. See you in class!
-Summary
Sho told Miki that Yota could organize ” the party. They agreed to a plan. They watched thick clouds covering Satoyama Ravine. Miki said, “(2) been great ( ) about this, Sho.

-L115
Hey, Yota!
Hey, Sho. Today, we had snow at Satoyama Ravine for the first time this year!
Yeah. I was running with Miki when I saw the snow clouds.
Hey, congratulations!
It’s not like that. She wanted to talk about having a party.
Sho, if you’re alone with Miki, you need to tell her how you feel about her.
I, I guess. So, anyway, about the party, could you organize it?
Sure. Sounds like fun. But I’ll need you to find the place.
No problem. I’ll take care of it.
-Summary
Yota told Sho Satoyama Ravine had snow for the first time this year. Sho told Yota, “I (3) running with Miki ( ) I saw the snow clouds.” He asked Yota if he could organize the party. Yota said, “Sounds like fun.”

-L116
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!
-Summary
Yota, Miki, and Sho talked about the upcoming party. Miki said, “I want a simple party.” Yota said, “I know a good (4,2) we can get costumes. Let’s invite as many people as we can! The more, the merrier!

1). わたしは今週末、森で散歩を楽しんでいるでしょう。
I’ll (5,2) my walk in the woods this weekend.
2). あなたとおしゃべりができてよかったです。
It’s (2) nice ( ) with you.
3). 怪しい人がわたしのあとをついてきたときに、わたしは森を歩いていました。
I (3) walking in the woods ( ) a strange man followed me.
4). ここが、今朝わたしが彼を見た場所です。
This is the (4,2) I saw him this morning.

ロバーツ先生が授業をしている間、クリスは居眠りをしていました。
Chris was sleeping in class while Mr. Roberts was teaching.

わたしが電話をしたとき、父は家に向かって歩している途中でした。
| When I called my father、he was walking home.

口できるロもう少し回まだまだに提案やアドバイスをすることができるVできる度チェッ

飲食ができる場所を探しましょうよ。
Why don’t we look for a place where we i can eat and drink?

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.

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1). be studying
2). It’s, talking
3). was, when
4). place where

1). be enjoying
2). been, chatting
3). was, when
4). place where

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