Today’s lesson is the text book, 'Touchstone3' unit1 'Is that a fact?’
1.Meet your classmates in our online English class.
(1)She has impeccable taste in clothes.
How is her taste in clothes?
Her taste in clothes is impeccable.
(2) I can be pretty shy and introverted.
(3) I 'm humble about my talent.
(4) I'm considering about a career as an environmentaist.
2.Here is a talk from Radio Eikaiwa.
Topic is comparison and the comparative degree.
First story: Roxy and her father are talking about their mother's cooking.
a Weren't dinner delicious, Roxy? Mom can cook too!
b Mom is as good at cooking as you are, Dad.
a I know, but she only makes light Japanese meals.
b Actually, she can meke anything, but she is thinking of your health.
a What's wrong with my health ?
b Come on, Dad. You need to go on a diet.
a Do I?
b Yes, you eat as much food as two people. No wonder you've been gaining weight.
a I'll stop eating snacks.
key sentence Mom is as good at cook as I am.
My sister is as good at tennis as I am.
Answer as many questions as possible
Second story: Waine and his piano teacher ard talking aboutplaying piano.
a My godness, Weine! How many years has it been?
b Ms. Stravinsky, it's so good to see you again. It must be about 25 years.
a And this is your daughter?
b Yes, Amy plays the piano too. But our piano at home isn't as big as yours.
a Well, it's a baby grand. A full grand piano wouldn't fit into my house.
b I remember playing on this. It seems a lot smaller now.
a Well, you've become a lot bigger, Waine.
key sentence our piano at home isn't as big as yours.
My speech isn't as inspirational as yours.
To watch sports isn't as enjoyable as to play sports.
This dress is as elegant as those of famous brands
Third story: Two student are talking about being well organizing assignments.
a All right, I'm done with my assignments. Now I can watch videos.
b How do you finish your assignments so quickly?
a Well It's not as hard as it seems. You just need to be well organized.
b Organized? Can you give me an example?
a Well, first of all, you should make a to-do list.
b A to-do list? huh? Well, I have a lot to do, that's for sure.
a We all do. But trust me, this technique will change your life.
key sentence it's not as hard as it seems.
Kevin is not as naive as he might seem.
Is Yumi as actually shy as she looks?
You can be as noisy as you would like. Because nobody else is here.
Last story: A foreign student and his homemother are talking about Nara temples.
a Thomas, can you ride more slowly, please?
b Sorry, I'm just so excited about being in Nara. Look, there is Todaiji straight ahead!
a Right, we can park our bikes close to it.
b I finally get to visit the oldest wooden building in the world.
a Todaiji isn't the oldest. Horyuji is older than Todaiji.
b Oh, I thought it was Todaiji. Any way, it is much bigger than Horyuji, right?
a Yes, there is a big statue of Buddha inside.
key sentence can you ride more slowly, please?
You should listen more carefully.
The Tokyo Tower is taller than the Aiffel Tower.
Look. Here are some cheaper bananas.