We hope you spent a lot of time studying this week.
Because it’s time for the review.
Yes, actually I love the review.
Because I think it’s really important to go over and over again
we’ve studied. Good luck, everyone.
Question : Which is the following is probably true?
a. Hiroki will have a job interview soon.
b. Hiroki got his first job.
c. Hiroki didn’t need to wear a suit before.
Question : Which is the following is true?
a. The man is a guest at the BBQ party.
b. The man’s daughter is coming to the party later.
c. The man spent a lot of money on his daughter’s wedding.
Question : According to Roxy, what did she and Mika do?
a. They played video games.
b. They studied.
c. They made dinner.
Question : What will they probably do right after this conversation?
a. They will look for the catalog.
b. They will watch TV together.
c. They will wrap the gifts.
I personally thought this answer is “They got into an argument.”
So, remember, guys, our program is all about the image.
So imagine the situation and build your English sentences from there.
And you know, Rosa, today’s practical challenges quite dramatic.
So I think our listeners should let their head down
and enjoy performing.
– What happened?
– Actually, I celebrated my birthday with my boyfriend yesterday. He saved money to buy me a beautiful necklace.
But, at the restaurant, he sang me a romantic song he wrote in a very loud voice. That was so embarrassing.
I can’t help thinking he is not my Mr. Right.
can’t help -ing ~せざるを得ない
Mr. Right 理想の男性
Ms. Right 理想の女性 はこのレッスン↓で出てきました
– What happened?
– I celebrated my birthday with my girlfriend last night. She took me to a fancy French restaurant. Everything was going perfectly until we got the check.
The meal cost a fortune. They even charged us $30 for a small bottle of mineral water. Unbelievable!
In the end, I had to help her by lending her some money. She was so embarrassed!
take me to- わたしを〜へ連れて行く take 手に持って連れて行くイメージ
charge 課す 授与型〜に…を請求する マイナスの授与
lent 授与型 〜に…を貸す
So, Chris, you seem to do a lot of these romantic gestures.
Have you ever sung for somebody?
Actually, I sang for my wife once. She didn’t expect it at all.
We were in a restaurant in Thailand with a live band.
And I arranged to sing. “Hey, you look wonderful tonight.”
I think she was pretty embarrassed.