ラジオ英会話 2019/9/11 L108 Tell me why you cried.





ラジオ英会話 2019/9/11 L108 Tell me why you cried.
L108 発言に関わる動詞④:tell
Hello, everyone. This is Rosa Akino. Wow, that was some extra information this morning.
Hi, everyone. Chris McVay here. Maybe more than we needed, you know.
Definitely. But anyway, shall we get started?
Let’s go!


I really enjoyed that DVD. It’s an old movie, but I like the characters.
The actor who played the old man died many years ago, but I remember him well.
He had a nice relationship with the boy. Tony:
Yes, the man taught him the spirit of karate.
You cried at the end. Tell me why you cried.
The boy was like a son to the old man. He was so proud of the boy.
You’re getting sentimental in your old age.


character (物語の)登場人物
be proud of – 〜の誇りに思う、 pride プライド
sentimental 感傷的な

The textbook will teach you the spirit of English.


関係代名詞
The actor who played the old man died many years ago.
あの老人を演じた俳優は何年も前に亡くなりました。

The actor died many years ago.
He played the old man.

S+V+O+O
The man taught him the spirit of karate.
あの男が彼に空手の精神を教え込んだんだ。


fortune-teller 占い師、易者
Tell me why you cried.
どうして泣いたのか私に教えて。

Don’t tell anyone your password.
誰にも君のパスワードを言ってはいけません。

So, can other verbs like, speak, say, talk, take this form?
You mean like, ah, “Don’t speak anyone your password?”
Chris, I have no idea what you just said.
So, the answer is NO!

We told you to have the car checked before buying it!
買う前に車をチェックしてもらえって言ったよね!
have 物 過去分詞
〜してもらう

Can’t you tell that they are just using you?
彼らがあなたを利用しているだけだということがわからないの?

Sometimes it’s difficult to tell the good guys from the bad!
時として、いい人と悪い人を見分けるのは難しい。
tell A from B, AとBを見分ける・区別する

1). 私の先生は両親に、私はもっと授業で集中する必要があると言った。
pay attention
2). ご両親に君の昇進についてのいいニュースをもう話した?
3). 自然食品とそうじゃないものの違いはどうやったらわかるのでしょうか?
organic foods

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1). My teacher told my parents that I needed to pay more attention in class.
2). Have you told your parents the good news about your promotion yet?
So, is it possible to say this sentence without yet?
Sure.
So what kind of nuance does it add to the sentence?
For me it places emphasis on time gap. Like from the moment the person heard about the promotion till the present moment.
That’s right. If you say it without the “yet” , it focuses more on the fact of, did you tell your parents or not.
Mmm, exactly.
3). How can you tell organic foods from non-organic?

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You know, you can tell yummy foods from yukky foods?
Really?
Yeah!
Yeah, tell us how.
Oh, just eat it.
Oh, OK. Gotcha. [gɑ́tʃə] = (I’ve) got you.
Listners, I’m so sorry.

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