今日のプレゼンは動詞 come, go
a This is my first time to have a palm reading.
b Just relax, Sir. Please put your palms up.
a What can you see?
b You have a daughter.
a Yes. How did you know that?
b I can see many things. She is a soccer player.
a Amazing! What else can you tell me?
b She is going to play in a game tomorrow..
Her team will win.
a That's incredible. I hope your predication comes true.
Everything will come right in the end.
Everything went wrong.
So, any other adjectives that are used with go?
Sure. For example, go bad.
Yeah, there is another one I’m always reminded of. When I look at Chris, go bold.
Come on. You can do it!
So, could you explain the nuance of this “Come on.”?
“Come on” basically means coming back to the normal position. Maybe someone lost confidence. Someone feels disheartened. And you want them to come back the normal positive frame of mind. So, Come on.
Yeah, and also depending on the intonation, the circumstances in the meaning can change of this “come on.
Like, Come on, Chris. Stop that.
But in every case, even when the intonation changes, it’s the same basic movement, coming back to normal.
1). Her dream of becoming a pro golfer has finally come true.
2). She’s quitting her job? Has she gone crazy?
3). Sorry. Nothing comes to mind at the moment.
a This valley is so beautiful.
b Look at that castel over there. We can reach it easier, if we go over that old bridge.
a No way. It looks like that it's about to go. We should hike down into the valley instead.
b We will have to hike down and then climb up again.
a But It will be worth it. It's like life.
b What do you mean?
Let’s go, or we’ll be late.
The pain will go soon.
The engine is gone.
How is your new job going?
1). Come on, kids. It’s time for us to go.
2). The light bulb is gone.
3). How is the job hunting going?