ラジオ英会話 2019/6/14 review
Hey, everyone. Rosa Akino here. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, it’s Friday. Yay.
Chris McVay here. So if you forgotten anything from those four days. Don’t worry. Here’s a chance to review.
Q1: What is the prediction about the man’s daughter?
a). She will become a soccer player.
b). The soccer game will be canceled.
Or c). Her soccer team will win.
Hi. This is my first time to have a palm reading.
Just relax, sir. Please put your palms face up.
What do you see?
You have a daughter.
Yes! How did you know that?
I can see many things. And she is a soccer player.
Amazing! What else can you tell me?
She is going to play in a game tomorrow, and her team will win.
That’s incredible! I hope your prediction comes true.
Q2: Why does the man know the guy in the magazine?
a). Because he was his student.
b). Because he is well-known.
Or c). Because he has visited the restaurant before.
Here we go.
Hey, look at this magazine. I know this guy
Oh? Who is he?
He was a student of mine. He runs an Italian restaurant.
He looks pretty stylish.
Yes. I remember he was a very popular student when I taught him English at junior high school.
Where did you teach?
On an island called Sado. That was a long time ago.
Maybe you should visit his restaurant.
Yes, I definitely will!
Q3: Which of the following is true about Paul?
a). He is Mirai’s brother.
b). He makes Mirai happy.
Or c). He has met Sparky before.
Here we go.
Hi, Mirai! You got a dog!
Hi, Theo. Yes, he is my first pet.
He’s a cute little Shiba dog. What’s his name?
Paul? You named your dog Paul?
Is that strange?
Well, British people usually don’t use such ordinary personal names for their pets.
Well, I love Paul. He has brought lots of happiness into my life.
Paul seems to like my dog, Sparky.
Yeah, they’re like good friends already.
Q4: Where are the Jenny’s keys?
a). They are in her pocket.
b). They are at home.
c). They are at the station.
Hello, Dad? Why are you calling me at work?
Jenny, did you check your pockets before you left the house this morning?
You left your keys on the table.
Oh, did I?
Mom and I are going to eat out tonight, so I will bring your keys after work. Can we meet at the station at 6 o’clock?
Well, I’m not sure I can leave work that early.
That’s right, guys. Remember to use what you learned this week. And just relax. You can do it.
Yes, and don’t worry so much about speed, right? Try to catch the smooth flow and rhythm of the language. That’s the key.
deep-water fish, fisherman, life jacket
You sound so happy.
My dream finally came true. You know I’m into deep-water fish, right? I made friends with a fisherman who runs a restaurant in Numazu. I’m going fishing on his boat next week. You can join me, but you should bring a life jacket with you, OK?
come true 実現する
be into – ,〜に熱中して
make friends with -, 〜と友達になる
a fisherman who runs a restaurant, go fishing
You sound so happy.
You remember that I’m crazy about deep-water fish, right? Well, one of my friends introduced me to a fisherman who runs a popular restaurant in Numazu. He’s invited me to go fishing with him next Saturday. He says it’s OK if you come too, as long as you bring a life jacket. Pretty cool, eh?
it’s OK if -, 〜してもいい
as long as -, 〜と同じくらい長く、〜である・〜であるなら
So guys. You probably don’t know this about me. But I love deep-water fish.
Mmm, I didn’t know that.
Yeah, and actually, my favorite fish is the angler fish. Do you know it?
Do you know it?
I don’t know it. Sorry.
That’s famous, you know.
It’s so cute. It has that little lit up things on his head. That caused little fish towards it. And then, when they come to close, it goes, gulps.
It’s not a very nice fish.