基礎英語3 Review 15 Is he moving to the Oasam Hotel?

Let’s Summarize

Listen to this week’s stories and fill in the blanks.
今週のストーリーをもう一度聞き、それぞれのSummaryを完成させましょう。

Lesson 057 Is he moving to the Oasam Hotel?

Yoko: Sho, can you help David move this weekend?

Sho: What? Is he moving to the Oasam Hotel?

Yoko: No. He is moving to the annex of the ryokanI hope that he stays longer as a result.

Sho: Phew. I’m glad you’re not losing a customer.

Yoko: Of corse not. Anyway, your father is busy, so I need you to help David.

Sho: OK, but we’re using the annex as a strage area now. It’s a lot to clean up.

Yoko: I’ll charge him very little. Also, his tanabata pictures were very popular, so I will continue hiring him for photography projects.

Sho: A win-win situation! Great thinking, Grandma!

Lesson 057 Summary

David is moving to the annex of Hanasato Ryokan.
Yoko hopes he will stay longer as a result.
Sho has to help him move, because his father is busy.
Sho is worried that it’s a lot to clean up.

 

Lesson 058 Did something happen?

Sho: Um…David?

David: Yes, Sho?

Sho: Have you ever visited a country you didn’t like?

David: No. I like every country I’ve been to.

Sho: So nothing bad ever happened to you?

David: Of course bad things have happened. But you must take the good with the bad. Why do you ask?

Sho: I said I want to become an international citizen, but I’m not good at getting close to people.

David: Did something happen?

Sho: Yes…when I was little.

David: Well…experience makes the person. I hope your experiences make you stronger, Sho.

Sho: Thanks, David! Me, too.

 

Lesson 058 Summary

Sho asks David, “Have you ever visited a country you didn’t like?”
David says, “I like every country I’ve ever been to.”
Sho asks, ”So nothing bad ever happened to you?”
David says bad things have happened, but one must take the good with the bad. 

 

Lesson 059 Just doing my job

Yoko: Wow! It’s so clean. God job, Sho!

Sho: No problem, Grandma!

Yoko: David, tell me about this map. What are all the numbers for?

David: They are dates and times that show when I took photographs at each location. For example, this is Sakurayama Park, which is located in the center of the town. And this is Hanasato Ryokan.

Sho: Wow! You’ve been all around this town.

David: Just doing my job. By the way, are you free this Sunday, Sho? There’s an event I want to take you to.

Sho: Oh, boy…

David: Don’t worry, it’s a barbecue.

Sho: Barbecue? I’m in!

Yoko: Sho!

 

Lesson 059 Summary

Yoko asks David about the numbers on his map.
They are dates and times that show when he took photographs at each location.
David says, ” For example, this is Sakurayama Park, which is located in the center of the town. “

 

Lesson 060 I can help out after Obon

Mari: Hey, Sho! Can you talk?

Sho: Sure. What’s up?

Mari: How’s Grandma doing?

Sho: The same. Why?

Mari: She asked me to come home and help at the ryokan, but I already got a summer job.

Sho: So, tell her.

Mari: I can’t, so I’m calling you.

Sho: I know how you feel, Mari. But you have to be honest with her.

Mari: Yeah, you’re right.

Sho: Can you come back for Obon?

Mari: Of course. I can help out after Obon.

Sho: Great! Listen. Tell Grandma you need to work to pay for rent and food. She’ll understand.

Mari: Wow, you’ve certainly grown up, Sho! I’ll do that. Thanks!

Sho: Good luck!

 

Lesson 060 Summary

Mari can’t tell Yoko that she has to continue working her part-time job during the summer.
Sho says to Mari, “I know how you feel, Mari. But you have to be honest with her.”.
Mari is surprised at how much Sho has grown up.

Let’s Try Get It Right Review

Let’s try and check CAN-DO and GRAMMAR points.
CAN-DOと文法のポイントを復習をかねて確認します。

私たちは、あなたがまた訪ねてきてくれるのを望んでいます。
We hope you will visit us again.

わたしはここで出会った人はみんな好きです。
I like everyone I have met here.

山田家を忘れないで、あなたの日本の家族です。
Don’t forget the Yamadas, who are your family in Japan.

あなた方がいかにわたしを気にかけてくれているか、わかっていますが・・・。
know how much you care about me, but….

 

Progress Portfolio

英語を使ってCAN-DOの内容がどのくらいできるようになったか「できる度チェック」を!

好き・嫌いについて言える

 I like every love song I have listened to.
わたしは、これまでに聞いたラブ・ソングは全部好きです。

 I like many of the books I have read.
わたしは、これまでに聞いたラブ・ソングは全部好きです。

 

 

自分の住んでいる場所・地域・国について話すことができる

I visited Kanazawa, which is famous for its beautiful townscape.
わたしは金沢を訪れましたが、そこは美しい町並みで有名です。

Do you remember Ms. Davis, who taught us at junior high school?
デービス先生を覚えています、わたしたち、中学時代に彼女に教わったよね?

 

 

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