Today’s speech is a lesson from Text 'touch stone2'.
Here is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is adverb, very, just because, never, always.
First story is two persons are talking about exclusive restaurant.
a Hiroki, how was your date with....what was her name again?
b Haruka. It was great. We went to an exclusive restaurant.
a Oh, which one?
b The sushi restaurant at the Hotel Onish.
a That restaurant is very expensive.
b I know, but I used the money I won in the lottery.
a What was their best dish?
b We had the Japanese Lobster coverd with gold flake.
a That does sound expensive. Was it good?
b Of course.
key sentense is That does sound expensive.
My student is very motivated.
Suddenly, it started to rain really hard.
He succeeded to try to bake scorn surprisingly.
His first attempt at baking scones was surprisingly successful.
Second story is a daughter and her father are talking about bungee jump.
a Hey, Dad, take a look at this funny photo.
b You are wearing a helmet, but you look scared. Did you go on a bike ride?
a No. This was taken before the bungee jump.
b What? You did a bungee jump? When?
a Last Sunday. My friends said I had to do it.
b You went bungee jumping just because your friends told you to?
a Yes, they said it would be fun.
b Roxy, why didn't you say anything to Mom and me?
sentence is You went bungee jumping just because your friends told you to?
He thinks he is better than us just because he is rich.
I got a bad score on the test partly because I wasn't feeling well.
In hoday's lecture, I'm going to talk only about one endangered spicies.
Third story is two shogiclub members are talking about another member.
a Masami, Is Sota OK? He never returns my calls.
b I'm sure he's OK.
a He doesn't reply to my text messages.
b He's quit the shogi club.
a I know that, but something seems strange.
b Can I have a bite of your cake?
a No! Please don't do that, Masami.
b You never let me try your food.
a Why should I? Any way what did Sota say to you?
b Nothing. Can we talk about something else?
key sentence is you never let me try your food.
I'll never lie to you again.
I love the countryside, so I hardly ever go to the big city.
My grand parents always spoil me rotten.
Last story is a student and his housemother are talking about haircut.
a Yuko, I need to get a haircut. Can you recommend a good place?
b You shoud try Saru Salon. They are always helpful and friendly.
a Do they speak English?
b Yes, the owner, Maki-san, lived in San Diego for ten years. She's fluent.
a Oh, great. It'll be my first haircut in Japan.
b You'll be surprised by the great service. They give you a shoulder massage at the end.
b Yes, it's included in the prise.
key sentence is they are always helpful and friendly.
Are you often lated for your class?
My parents will always support me, Whaever happens.
You never enter in the Japanese house with your shoes on.