Today’s speech is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is rephrasing, a noun in apposition.（言い換え）
First story is that Professor Peacock and his student are talking about his lecture.
a Hello, Jeshica. Thanks for coming to my lecture. How was it?
b It was wonderful. I learned so much.
a That' very kind of you to say so.
b Well, it' true. To illustrate your point, you often used examples from your parsonal experience.
I love that.
a I think that makes the lecture much more interesting. Otherwise the audience would fall asleep.
b Hahaha. Today, everyone was completely absorbed in your lecture.
a That's good to hear. How about some tea?
key sentence is To illustrate yout point, you used examples from your personal experience.
We use conversation flow to illustrate our points.
My professor likes to illustrate his point with lots of examples.
I would like to find a someone like your wife.
There are lots of ways to improve your English, like watching movies, listening to music, reading books.
Second story is that Two shogi club menbers are talking about the new menber, Tom.
a Sota, what do you think of Tom?
b Tom? He jointed our shogi club last month.
He is a very good shogi player.
a Yes, but I have a problem with him. He told me he loved me.
b What? Why is that a problem? And why are you telling me?
a Well, I 'm not sure what I should do.
I'm not interested in him in that way.
b No wonder he is always asking me questions about you.
key sentence is He told me he loved me.
I'm not sure what should I do.
We put explanation behind.
My mom told me I could go to the slumber party.
That's the teacher who coaches our soccer team.
The man who dances with my mom is my uncle Simon.
The third story is that a visitor and the guide are talking about onigiri.
a OK, everyone. Please come back to the bus at 11:15.
b I've always wanted to see a Japanese covenenience store.
What are these triangle-shaped things?
a Those are called Onigiri, or rice balls.
b Oh, I've never tried them.
a Actually they are delicious. You have your choice of salmon, pickled plum or tuna salad.
b I'll get tuna salad.
a Good choice. That's my favorite too.
b How do you open it?
a It's a bit tricky, so I'll show you how later.
key sentence is Those are called Onigiri, or rice balls.
We put rephrasing behind.
Denari, or formerly Mt. Mckinley, is famous mountain in Alaska.
Magda, my yoga teacher, complimented me on my falexibility.
I have a sence that we're going to become best friends.
The last story is that A couple is talking about their anniversary dinner.
a Hi, David.
b Hi, honey. Listen, something just came up at work.
a What is it?
b Well, my boss asked me to check an important report.
a In other words, you are going to be late!
What should I do? We have a reservation for the restaurant for 7:00. It's our anniversary.
b I know. But there is no way I can be home by 7:00. Eight should be possible.
a OK. I will change the reservation to 8:00.
b Thanks, honey.
key sentence is that In other words, you are going to be late.
We put rephrasing behind.
noun in apposition
In other words, you don't like me.
I'll get some tickets; that is, if there are any left.
There are two outlets in Tokyo, namely in Shibuya and Ikebukuro.
Then the lesson is the text book, 'Toutchstone' unit5 'childhood.'
Q1 Where does she live in now?
She lives in San Francisco.
Q2 When she lived in Sao Paulo, what kind of language did she speak?
She spoke Portuguese and chinese.
Today's chips in the class
(1) rice ball
She grew up bilingual.
sorry! I corrected rephsing to rephrasing.