英会話 タイムトライアル 2019/3/15 Day10 A Little Help Shopping
15 金 Day10 A Little Help Shopping
Let’s wrap up this week with a full conversation over the radio.
This is the advanced version of our conversation. But the vocabulary is not difficult.
There will be some new twists and turns. 紆余曲折、込み入っていること
And one more thing.

Thanks for coming with me to the drugstore today.

So, what’s the name of the drugstore?

Oh, what kind of drinks do they have at this drugstore?

Well, tomorrow, I’m going to a park with cherry blossoms. Saku? Is that right? Saku ?

Sakura. So, when you go see the cherry blossoms, what do you drink?

I see. Well, Japanese teas are so good for you. There’s no sugar in Japanese teas, right?

Well, what if it’s cold tomorrow? Do they have those hot things to warm your hands? Those little hot things for your pockets? Do you know what I mean?

Here they are! Disposable heat pads? These go in your pockets and they keep you warm, right.

I’lI get some. Do you use these often?

OK. I’ll look around a little more, and then, meet you at the register in ten or fifteen minutes. OK?


Thanks for coming with me to the drugstore today.
Sure. Anytime.
So, what’s the name of the drugstore?
It’s called Medi Mart. It’s a big chain drugstore.
Oh, what kind of drinks do they have at this drugstore?
All kinds of drinks. They have bottled water, tea, soft drinks, and even beer and wine. Recently they have fruit and vegetables, too. Are you looking for anything in particular?
Well, tomorrow, I’m going to a park with cherry blossoms. Saku? Is that right? Saku ?
Almost. It’s pronounced sakura. Three sounds, sa, ku, ra.
Sakura. So, when you go see the cherry blossoms, what do you drink?
If I drink, I have beer, but if not, I like to have green tea.
I see. Well, Japanese teas are so good for you. There’s no sugar in Japanese teas, right?
Right. People say drinking green tea every day keeps you healthy.
Well, what if it’s cold tomorrow? Do they have those hot things to warm your hands? Those little hot things for your pockets? Do you know what I mean?
Yes. The, the, what-cha-ma-call-it. I’m not sure if they have them now.
Here they are! Disposable heat pads? These go in your pockets and they keep you warm, right.
Yeah, they go in your pockets, or you can stick them on your shirt or on your socks.
I’lI get some. Do you use these often?
Only when it’s really cold.
OK. I’ll look around a little more, and then, meet you at the register in ten or fifteen minutes. OK?
Okay, take your time.



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