Question :Will the woman get other pet?
a. Probably yes.
b. Probably no.
c. She has already got it.
Question : Which of the following is true?
a. The man knows Akemi’s feelings for him.
b. The man doesn’t know Akemi’s feelings for him.
c. The man and Akemi have the same feelings for each other.
Question : Which is more important for the woman?
Question : Where did the man argue?
a. At his office.
b. At a coffee shop.
c. On the internet.
So, guys, I hope you’ve practiced all the verbs we learned this week.
And you know, sometimes in the Practical challenge,
there are some very interesting expressions that come out.
We recommend that you memorize them and try to find an opportunity to use them.
Good luck with the challenge. You can do it.
– I can’t stand my wife at times.
– It sounds like you argued with your wife again.
But look, is she the only one to blame? I doubt it. It takes two to tango.
I think both of you should learn to respect each other’s opinions. Go talk to her. I know she loves you, and you can make up with her.
It takes two to tango 喧嘩両成敗
both 両方 両手を前に出す感じ ※either 片方の手を出して、それを引っ込め、もう片方の手を出す
make up with 仲直りする
Come on! I doubt very much that you really mean that. I guess you both lost your temper and ended up having a big argument.
Look, suppose you stay here until you’ve cooled down, and then try to make up with him.
I’m sure he’ll respect you even more for taking the first step.
lost your temper 短気を起こす
ended up -ing 結局は〜になった
suppose 〜としてみよう 仮定の話を持ち出すフレーズ
you’ve cooled down 現在完了形「冷静さを取り戻し終わった」と事態が完了すること
for taking the first step 最初の歩み寄りをしてくれた 理由を表すfor
What would you do if you had a fight with your partner?
Well, you know, I believe that prevention is better than cure.
So I would do everything I could to stop the argument
before it spiraled out of control.
Wow! What a mature point of view!
Everyone, learn from Chris’s example.
What about you, sensei?
Attack is the best form of defense.
Wow! What a not mature point of view!
Everyone, please don’t learn from Ohnishi sensei’s example.