基礎英語3 2019/3/15 R42
15 金 R42 This is from Sho’s graduation ceremony. これ、翔の卒業式の写真です
Listen to this week’s stories and fill in the blanks.
David, Mr. Takamine loved your winter pictures of Satoyama.
It’s thanks to the people of this town. They were very helpful.
I liked the photo you took from Satoyama Ravine.
Oh, this is from Sho’s graduation ceremony.
How nice! It’s Sho and Naoki!
I think it’s too bad you weren’t in the photo with them.
Well yes, but,
Yoko has changed a lot. She even started a blog to keep up with the times.
What? I don’t believe it.
Yumi, you can’t change the past, but the future is entirely up to you. Please make up with Yoko. I’ll set things up.
Summary Yumi liked the photo David took from Satoyama Ravine. He showed her a photo of Sho’s graduation ceremony. Yumi said, “(1,2)! It’s Sho and Naoki!” David said, “I think it’s too bad you weren’t in the photo with them.
Hello? Hi, Mari! What’s up?
Sho, guess who I met today.
Let’s see. uhm. David and Mom?
How did you know?
David sent me a text. I wish I had been there. Tell me what happened.
I said what I needed to say to Mom.
What did you say?
Well. We were honest with each other. We both feel a lot better now. She said she would come to my group exhibition. She also said she would make up with Grandma.
All right! Dad and I will bring Grandma. We’ll see you in Tokyo! Great job, David and Mari!
Mari called Sho. Sho guessed that she met with David and Mom. He said, “I (2) I ( ) been there.” Sho and Mari decided they would all meet at Mari’s group exhibition in Tokyo.
Yoko, I think I’m faster than you now.
So, you continued running even after the Sakurayama Senior Marathon.
My goal is to win the next senior marathon championship. What about you?
I don’t care about winning. I just like to race.
You’re so confident! Oh, you’re meeting Mr. Aoki soon, right?
Yes. Your son helped me get an appointment with him.
What are you going to talk about?
Future topics, such as whether he will run in this year’s Sakurayama Senior Marathon. OK, I’ll speed up now. Can you keep up? Go!
It’s not fair to speed up suddenly. But I’ll catch up!
Mimiko and Yoko ran together. Mimiko said, “My (3) is ( ) win the next senior marathon championship.” Yoko said, “I don’t care about winning. I just like to race.”
So, you won’t be redeveloping Satoyama Ravine?
Some people think they can develop this town by reshaping the land. I’m against that.
Phew, that’s good to know.
I think we need to work on creating a town that tourists want to visit. However, my proposal hasn’t been approved by the town hall yet.
But you always win, right?
By the way, after Hanasato Ryokan celebrates its 250th anniversary, what will you do with it?
I haven’t decided anything.
Then, could my company take over the management of the ryokan? You can continue being the owner. I don’t want to destroy a ryokan with such a rich history. Please think about it.
Mr. Aoki asked Yoko what she would do with Hanasato Ryokan after its 250th anniversary. Yoko had not decided anything. Mr. Aoki said, “(4) my company ( ) over the management of the ryokan?”
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(1, 2) It started raining hard!
I (2) I ( ) brought an umbrella with me.
Our (3) is to ( ) all our customers smile.
(4) we ( ) you a ride home?
I’m coming to see you this weekend. Wow! How exciting!
This is our wedding photo. How lovely!
I wish I had used my camera then.
4). I wish I had not eaten so much.
1). How, nice
2). wish, had
3). goal, to
4). could, take
1). How, terrible
2). wish, had
3). goal, make
4). Could, give
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