Today’s speech is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is auxiliary verb must, will,can.
first story is two students are talking about student's loan.
a Sejun, did you fill out the application for your student loan?
b Yes, I wrote it in kanji. Here, can you take a look?
a Oh, there's one problem.
a You must use a pen when you fill out this form.
b A pencil is no good?
a In Japan, black ink is required for official forms.
b I see. I'll have to get another form then.
a You can just download the form from the net.
b That's good.
Key sentence is you must use a pen when you fill out official forms.
You must wear a protective helmet at all times.
You must try the new Thai restaurant. It's amazing.
If you want to improve your English, you mustn't be afraid of making mistakes.
Second story is Professor Peacock and Jessica are talking about professor's book.
a Professor Peacock, Professor Peacock! Have you heard the news?
b Jessica, what's all this about?
a You've won the Archaeology Book of the Year Award!
b Me? There must be some mistake. My books have never been taken seriously.
a Apparently, one of judges said it was a masterpiece.
b That's hard to believe. Are you sure it was me?
a Look for yourself. Here's the news on their website.
b It's true. I'm honored, but surprised.
a You deserve it, Professor.
key sentence there must be some mistake.
He must be out of mind.
That must be Monoca. She is the spitting image of her Mom.
There must be a way to resolve this problem.We are not just looking at it from the right angle.
Third story is Yoshi and Rico are talking about Bill's Boot Camp.
a Hi, Yoshi. Are you OK?
hi, Rico. My arms are a little sore.
a Right, you're working out at Bobbie's Boot Camp every day.
b Every other day.
a Have you ever been to Hiroto No Yu? You can relax in a hot bath there.
b Is that the one near the station?
a Yes. If you go there today, you will feel much better tomorrow.
b That's actually good idea. Thanks for the tip.
key sentence is if you go there today, you'll feel much better tomorrow.
England will beat Germany in tonight's football match.
I'm sure y brother will be able to resolve this problem. He is a computer whiz.
My mom will wake up every morning at 6 o'clock and then listen to Radio
Forth story is 2 persons are talking about
an English report.
a Takuma, can we go to the cafe that plays classical music record?
b You really wants to try that place.
a I love listening clasical music.
b Ah, I see. Well, OK , right.
a Takma, you seem very distracted today. Are you OK?
b I'm fine. It's judt that I'm having trouble writing a report in English, and the dead line is tomorrow morning.
a Why didn't you say so? I'll give you a hand.
a That would be great.
b OK, let's do it right now.
I'll tell Maria you called.
We'll have a barbeue whatevrrthe weather.
I failed the test but I'll never give up trying.
Last story is 2 colleagues are talking about one's children.
a How's your son, the track star?
b Renji's fine, thanks. Evreyone calls him Cheetah.
a Yes, I remember. Because he runs fast, right?.
b Exactly, but his sister is fast too.
a She runs as well?
b No, Hannah is a swimmer. She can swim like a fish.
a Ah, yes. Now I remember you told me that before too.
b She came first in this year's prefectural swim meet.
a Wonderful! So, Reinji and Hannah are excellent atheletes.
a Yes, I 'm very proud of them.
key sentence is she can swim like a fish.
I know you can win this match. We are all rooting for you.
We can return to work now that the fire drill is over.
Finally, we were able to convince the bank to finance our project.
last week we learned will and going to.
if we want to mean prediction fact law custom,
This time , there is a example.
if you go there today, you'll feel much better tomorrow.
Accidents will happen.
I'll be 20years old next year.
My Grand Dad would often show us magic tricks.
My Mom will wake up 6 every morning and listen to Rajio英会話.
If you want to mean making planning decision, use 'going to'.