Lesson 041 動詞の繊細な使い分けとイメージ : have、make、get、take
Anna: Koichi, Sara and I are going out for lunch. Would you like to join us?
Koichi: Thanks, Anna, but I already had lunch.
Anna: It’s only 11:30.
Koichi: Yes, I skipped breakfast today because I woke up late.
Anna: So you didn’t listen to your morning English conversation program?
Koichi: Right. I stayed up late watching internet videos.
Anna: What kind do you watch?
Koichi: I usually watch cooking programs.
Anna: Hmm. You should stick to English conversation.
B: He cooked dinner.
C: He watched internet videos.
Lesson 042 イメージを広げる練習 : turn
Ian: I can’t believe Kevin has decided to leave the company.
Kelly: I know. It’s very sad. He and Harry have been partners for over 20 years, right?
Ian: That’s right. But their disagreement on how to modernize the company to keep it competitive definitely caused a lot of damage.
Kelly: I agree. And it shows that any relationship can turn sour quite quickly.
Ian: Now we need to work even harder, or we could be out of a job.
Kelly: I don’t want to even think about that.
B: Because he wants to retire.
C: Because he has gotten a new job.
Lesson 043 基本動詞の持つ意味の広がり ：go
Miyuki: This valley is so beautiful.
Duncan: Look at that castle over there! We can reach it easily if we go over that old bridge.
Miyuki: No way! It looks like it’s about to go. We should hike down into the valley instead.
Duncan: We’ll have to hike down and then climb up again.
Miyuki: But it will be worth it. It’s like life.
Duncan: What do you mean?
Miyuki: Life has its ups and downs. But if we keep fighting, we will get to our destination.
B: It looks dangerous.
C: It looks closed.
Lesson 044 移動の方向性 ：come と go
Dad: Roxy! Dinner’s ready!
Roxy: OK, I’m coming. I’m in the middle of a text message.
Dad: You shouldn’t type and walk at the same time.
Roxy: I know. Anyway, what’s for dinner?
Dad: Seafood paella.
Roxy: Again? Dad, can’t you learn some other recipes from your cookbook?
Dad: The other recipes are kind of difficult.
Roxy: I’m not complaining. It’s always delicious, but don’t you get tired of making the same thing?
Dad: I like to master something before I move on.
B: Roxy doesn’t like it.
C: The recipe is difficult.
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