Lesson 186 関係代名詞 who who のガッチリとした接続
Rosalie: Did you see that movie about the first man on the moon?
Glen: Oh, the one about Neil Armstrong? No, I haven’t seen it yet.
Rosalie: It’s hard to believe people landed on the moon before I was born.
Glen: Ha ha! You’re young, but I remember that day well.
Rosalie: I guess you need very special training to become an astronaut.
Glen: Yes, it must be really tough.
Rosalie: Actually, I know a girl who wants to become an astronaut, like Chiaki Mukai.
Glen: Ah, she was the first Japanese woman to go into space, wasn’t she?
Rosalie: That’s right
Lesson 187 関係代名詞 whose 所有格を結ぶ
Leah: Miles, what happened to our fence?
Miles: The man who lives next door drove his car into it.
Leah: So he’s going to pay for it, right?
Miles: No, he says he didn’t do it, but I saw him do it. He’s clearly lying. I think we need a lawyer.
Leah: I have a friend whose father is a good lawyer.
Miles: Do you think he can help us out?
Leah: I can talk to my friend and ask for her father’s help.
Miles: That would be great. We’ve never been in a situation like this before.
Leah: I’m sure everything will be fine.
Lesson 188 関係代名詞 who whom 目的語位置の空所に使おう
Sosuke: So how do you like Miyajima Island?
Mila: Its beautiful. I'd never seen a shrine gate in the sea before coming here.
Sosuke: It's really rare, even in Japan.
Mila: Oh, you se the guy over there.? That's the man who I met on the bullet train to Hiroshima.
Sosuke: What a coincidence! Did you talk with him?
Mila: Yes, I did. He was in the seat behind me, and I asked him if I could put my seatback.
Sosuke: That was very polite of you.
Mila: Then he gave me a sweet snack! It was delicious.
Lesson 189 空所を使いこなそう
Mr. Jones: Congratulations, Mrs. Ikeda. Your daughter made an excellent speech, and she deserved to win the contest.
Mrs. Ikeda: We’re all absolutely delighted, and Akane is over the moon. Thank you so much for all your help.
Mr. Jones: Actually, one of our American exchange students worked with Akane quite a lot. You see the girl with blonde hair over there? That’s the girl who helped Akane.
Mrs. Ikeda: I see. Well, thank you again, anyway. I'll go and thank the exchange student personality.
Mr. Jones: Good idea. And you can be very proud of your daughter. She’s a brilliant student.
PRACTICAL CHALLENGE! ～実践チャレンジ～
car dealership : 自動車ディーラー（販売代理店）
president : 社長
great offer : 素晴らしい価格