Today’s speech is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is interrogative sentence.
Story is Professor and Jesica are talking.
a Professor Peacock, allow me to apolozige. I didn't mean to disrupt your lecture.
b No, no, I think you actually helped by waking up the student!
a It's so embarrassing. I shouldn't have reacted like that.
b But may I ask, Jessica? What made you screa
a Well, there is a monkey in the window next to you.
b A monkey? In Oxford?
a Yes. It must have been the one that escaped from the zoo.
b Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle!
key sentence what made you scream?
What made you change your mind?
Who hit you? Tell me now!
Who helped you fix the puncture on your bicycle?
Story is A Rock Group member and TV caster are talking.
a And we are back with today's special guest, Bill Bungalow of the Desperate Rats! Welcome to the program.
b Thank you, Angie. It's a pleasure to be here.
a Wow, I'm getting goose bumps. I've been a huge fun of the Desperate Rats for decades.
b Cool. Out of curiosity. Which song do you like the most?
a That's a tough question. You have so many great songs. But if I have to choose, Marborough Fair. Yes.
b That's my favorite too!
key sentence which song do you like the most?
Which kind of books do you like to read?
How much time do you spend on your phone?
What questions did the interviewer ask you?
Story is 2 persons are talking about Vegan Ramen.
a That was certainly the most delicious vegan ramen I've ever had.
a Actually it 's the only vegan ramen I 've ever had. Very tasty.
b Yes, there aren't too many of these kinds of shops in this town.
a I'm glad I found it.
Me too. Would you like a kaedama now? It's an addtional 100 yen, however.
a Sorry, What did you say.
b Oh, kaedama means an extra helping of noodles.
a No, thank you. That was plenty for me.
key sentence sorry, what did you say?
The guy must be nuts.
What did you say?
Everything depends on the context.
What do you mean by that?
I told him his idear sucked.
You told him what?
Story is A professor and a detective are talking.
a Hello, Peacock speaking.
b Professor Peacock?
b This is Detective Sarah Tomlison with the City of London Police. There has been a development in your case.
a You mean the break-in at my office last year?
b Yes, sir. We've located the stolen artifacts.
a Where were they found?
b In an apartment in the East End of London, sir.
a Who do you think is behind all this?
b We have some leads, sir. We're investigating them right now.
a Thank you.
key setence who do you think is behind all this?
Which ring do you think my girlfriend will choose?
Who do you want to go out with?
When do you want me to come?
Where do you want me hang this painting?
Which brand of golf clubs do you think your son will choose?
Who do you think is the best person to contact.