Lesson026 目的語説明型 makeを使った使役構文
Brian: I got a call from my grandpa this morning. He wants to come over tomorrow.
Brian: He has a birthday present for you.
Maria: Oh, that’s so sweet of him. How is he coming here?
Brian: By train, as usual. I told him to walk from the station.
Maria: What? You can’t make him do that! It’s two kilometers to our house from the station.
Brian: I know, but his doctor says he needs some exercise.
Maria: But it’s going to rain tomorrow, I’ll pick him up.
You can’t make him do that!
Lesson027 目的語説明型 haveを使った使役構文
Chloe: What’s wrong with your leg?
Noah: I hurt it at soccer practice yesterday.
Chloe: Oh, is it bad?
Noah: Well, I had the doctor look at it. She said I won’t be able to play for three weeks.
Chloe: Oh, so you can’t play in the big match next Saturday.
Noah: That’s right. My coach is upset, but there’s nothing I can do.
Chloe: That’s too bad.
I had the doctor look at it.
Lesson028 目的語説明型 使役動詞の使い分け・letを使った使役構文
Ms. Kato: How did your English class go?
Mr. Jones: It went well. I had my students write an essay about their holidays.
Ms. Kato: Sounds interesting. What did they write?
Mr. Jones: I let them write about any topic. One student wrote about her trip to Hokkaido.
Ms. Kato: Oh, I love Hokkaido. The food there is so delicious.
Mr. Jones: Right. Especially the wide variety of seafood.
Ms. Kato: This talk is making me hungry. Let’s go for lunch.
I had my students write an essay about their holidays.
I let them write about any topic.
Lesson029 目的語説明型 to 不定詞を説明語句として使う
Eric: Nicole, are you going to the rock event tomorrow?
Nicole: Of course, I can’t wait.
Eric: How are you going to the stadium?
Nicole: I’ll ask my dad to give me a ride.
Eric: But the baseball championship final is on TV at the same time.
Nicole: I know. And my dad really wants to watch it. But,,,
Eric: Well, good luck. I hope you can persuade him.
Nicole: I hope so too.
I’ll ask my dad to give me a ride.
PRACTICAL CHALLENGE! ～実践チャレンジ～
had better: ～した方がいい
school nurse: 保健室の先生
Are you OK?
You had better go and have the school nurse look at your leg right away.
Oh, don’t cry, sweetie.
It’s just a little cut.
Let’s go and have the nurse clean it and put a plaster on it, OK?