ラジオ英会話 2019/5/14 L27 Remember to lock the door.
L27 toのイメージ:to不定詞と前置詞のto
Chris, you know, you’re such a good baker. Do you have any cookies for us today?
Sorry, I don’t. Chris McVay here. But I had a great breakfast, so I’m really ready to record.
I’m hungry.

Leila, thanks for that great breakfast. You’re a good cook. Mom is a much better cook. Why isn’t she here?
She wanted to go shopping early with her friend. They’re having a big sale at the mall today.
Mom never tells me anything.
Well, I have to go to work now. Do you have any plans for today?
Not really. Maybe I’ll go to the mall too.
OK. Have a nice day. And remember to lock the door.
I will, Dad.


thanks for -, 〜に感謝する
You’re a good cook. 料理が上手です
cook 料理をする人。 chef プロの料理人
go shopping, go fishing, go swimming
big sale 大売り出し
not – anything 何も〜ない
have to – しなければならない。 強い必要性。 客観的な拘束により義務
Have a nice day. いってらっしゃ~い。 良い一日を。
返事は、
Thank you!(ありがとうございます)
Thanks, you too.(ありがとう。そちらこそ)
Thanks a lot. I will.(ありがとう。そうします。)
remember to -, 〜することを忘れない。覚えておく。 これからの事

And, guys, remember to check out the textbook.


Why isn’t she here?
なぜ(彼女は)今ここにいないの?
意外・心外、同意を求める気持ちなど感情

Can’t you simply forgive and forget?
単に許して忘れる(水に流す)ことはできない?
Isn’t this an awesome party?
これってすごいパーティーじゃない?
]Don’t you love me?
私を愛していないの?

Not really. 部分否定の文
特にないわ。

Remember to lock the door.
ドアの鍵を閉めるのを忘れないように。
remember to do これからのこと
Remember -ing 形 「〜したことを覚えている」
I remember meeting her at the party.
私は彼女とパーティーで会ったことを覚えています。
So, could you tell me what’s the difference?
Well, to really emphasizes on the future aspect, right, Chris?
Yeah. Whereas ing, something has actually happened, it’s over. It’s in the past.

She wanted to go shopping early with her friend.
彼女は友達と早く買い物に行きたかったのさ。
I’m always ready to help you.
いつだって君を手助けするよ。
With such a negative attitude, he’s sure to lose.
彼は必ず負けてしまうよ。こんな悲観的な態度じゃ。
So, why is “to” used for “ready and sure”?
Well, because they’re naturally talking about something in the future. Something is gonna happen from now, right?
That’s right. And you can even say, something like, “happy to”, right. That would also be “I’m happy to help you with your homework.
There’s so many, is there? Eager too, keen to, bound to.

1).私の兄はバーベキューを手伝ってくれることを約束してくれている。
promise 約束する、です。よく使われますよ。2フライトを変えようとしたけれど、不可能だった。l tried to change my flight, but it was impossible.「これから」※try toは「〜しようとする」。詞が使われています。が意識される表現であるためto不定目

2). 雨が降りそうだから傘を持っていったほうがいいよ。
You’d better take an umbrella as it’s likely to rain.

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1). My brother has promised to give me a hand with the BBQ.
give me a hand 手を貸してくれる
give me a hand with –
help you with your homework のwith
2). You’d better take an umbrella as it’s likely to rain.
you’d (had) better 〜したほうがいい、切迫感のある助動詞
be likely to -, 〜しそう」。

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So, “unlikely” is also used, right?
Yeah, absolutely.
Yeah, I mean, you could say something that I alway feel I wanna say to Chris, “You’re unlikely to find a better friend than me.
It’s funny you say that, ‘cause I was gonna say, “Rosa is unlikely to say anything nice about me.”

Chris, you’d better go now, or you’ll miss your flight.
Oh my goodness! Yes, look at the time. I’d better get a move on.
Yeah, hurry up and go. Have a nice trip. Don’t forget the souvenirs.




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