ラジオ英会話 2019/5/17 L30 review
L30 今週のReview
Okay, everyone. It’s review time. Let’s face to today’s challenges head-on. This is Rosa Akino.
Chris McVay here. Yes, it’s good to face challenges head-on, isn’t it? Let’s do the review.

-Monday L26
Q1; What did David do in the restaurant?
a). He canceled his order.
b). He asked for some spicy sauce.
c). He cooked a Mexican dish.
-Ready? Let’s go.
David, thanks for taking me to this cute little Mexican restaurant.
It’s my pleasure, Nana. It’s actually my first time here. How’s your burrito?
It’s delicious. The chicken inside is so tender and tasty.
Mine is OK, but it needs something.

Wow, you speak Spanish? And look. The server brought some hot sauce for you.
Yes, this is the kind that Mexicans use. It’s very hot.
Wow, you’re putting on a lot.
Yeah, I like my food super spicy!

-Tuesday L27
Q2: What did Leila’s dad ask her to do at the end?
a). To do the dishes.
B). To go shopping.
c). Lock the door.
-Listen up.
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.

-Wednesday L28
Q3: Who is Leo Chang?
a). The man’s relative.
b). The man’s ex-colleague.
c). The man’s college old friend.

Hi. Your booth looks interesting. I like the colorful signs and interactive displays.
Thank you, sir. We are a virtual reality company based in Portland.
Your name tag says you are the Marketing Director.
Yes, that’s right. Here’s our company brochure.
Oh, it’s a nice brochure. What? Leo Chang is your company president?
Yes. Do you know him?
Leo is an old friend of mine. We were in the same college dormitory a long time ago.
What a coincidence!

-Thursday L29
Q4: What is the biggest problem facing the citizens?
a). Wild boars.
B). A tight budget.
c). Burglars.
-Okay, guys. Listen carefully.
Madam Mayor, the farmers of this town are going through very tough times now.
I see. Please go on.
More and more wild boars are coming down from the mountains. We need to build a strong fence to protect our town.
Yes, I understand, but our budget is very tight this year.
With all due respect, this is an issue of great importance. Those animals are causing an enormous amount of damage.
OK. Let’s work together to find the best solution

The server brought some hot sauce for you.
給仕係があなたのために激辛ソースを持ってやって来たわ。
Remember to lock the door.
ドアの鍵を閉めるのを忘れないように。
Leo is an old friend of mine.
レオは私の古くからの友人なんです。23%本を読み終えるまで:8分
This is an issue of great importance.
これは非常に重要な問題です。

Okay, everyone, like, we always say, Remember to say your answer out loud, right? It’s very important, when you practice English.
That’s right. You have to relax and jump into the situation, grasp what’s going on, and then English should come out very smoothly and naturally. Do your best!

もしプロになりたいのなら、いいコーチを見つけるのはとても重要ですよ。あなたにすばらしいコーチを見つけました。彼は私の古い友人で、プロとして長い間プレーしていた人です。彼の助けがあれば、あなたは成功すると思いますよ

Ken, we need to talk.
What’s up?

プロとして活躍する(プレーする)play professional
彼の助けがあれば with his help

-simple answer
If you want to become a pro, it is of great importance to choose the right coach.
I’ve found a great coach for you. He is an old friend of mine, and he played professionally for a long time.
With his help, you can be sure of success.

-advanced answer
In order to play at the professional level, it is of prime importance to find an excellent coach.
Fortunately, a good friend of mine, who played on the pro circuit for many years, is now a coach, and I think he would be perfect for you.
Under his expert guidance, I’ll be confident of your success.

プロのレベルでプレーするには、すばらしいコーチを見つけることが最も重要だよ。幸運にも私の親しい友人は長年プロの大会に出たあと、今はコーチになっているんだ。君に最適だと思うよ。彼の専門的指導があれば、君は必ず成功するよ。

» 解答を見る


A1: b
A2: c
A3: c
A4: a

» 隠す


So, Chris, I know you’re really into sports, when you were in college. Do you have any interesting story for us?
Well, actually, talking of excellent coaches, when I went up to Oxford, I was selected for the university table tennis team.
Mmm.
Actually, in reality, my level wasn’t that good.
Oh.
But we were lucky to have Pakistani international with our coach. And he lifted me and the other team members to a really good level. And thanks to him, under his guidance, we thrashed Cambridge every year.
Wow! So you really lucked out with the coach.
I did indeed.
You can make a really big difference.




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