Here is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is verb: put and leave.
First story is; Felicia and Mr. Morikawa are talking.
a Felicia, you've been doing a great job on the ads.
b Thank you, Mr. Morikawa. I enjoy working with Yuriko. She has more experience than I do.
a That's true, but you have a lot of fresh ideas.
b Well, I have a younger perspective on things, maybe.
a Exactly. That's why I'm putting you in charge of the advertising department.
b Me? But, what about Yuriko? She's my manager.
a I'm afraid she has decided to quit.
key sentence is I put you in charge of the advertising department.
Put has various meanings.
put him into the begining group
put your life at risk
pu English into Japanese
put my feeling into words
put the family first
My boss says I should put the company first.
I love her, but I can't put my feeling into words. Help me!
She is good enough to put in adcanced group.
Second story; Yuriko and Mr.Morikawa are talking.
a So, Mr. Morikawa, how did Felicia react to the news of me leaving the company?
b She was very surprised, of course.
a I'm sure she will do a great job as head of the advertising department.
b Well, it will be a challenge, but she can do it.
a It's tough leaving this company. i've been working here for over 20 years.
b You've contributed a lot, Yuriko. We will miss you.
a I'll miss everybody, too.
key sentence it's tough leaving this company.
Leave means ' 去る'.
leave London for Paris
leave the job
leave the soccer club
I'm leaving for Singapore this evening.
My grandad left schiol when he wa 13 years old.
He promised that he would never leave me.
Third story; Casper and station staff are talking.
a Excuse me, I've a problem. I left my wallet in the train.
b Are you sure it's in the train?
a Yes, I used my train card to enter the gate. It's always in my wallet. It must have been fallen out of my wallet onto the seat.
b OK, would you please fill out this lost-and- found form?
b If it's brought to the station office, we'll contact you.
a Thank you.
key sentence I left my wallet in the train.
Leave what you can't eat.
Leave focuses on ’残されたもの’.
There is no time left.
Leave a message.
Leave it to me.
Could I leave a message?
I'm sorry, but there is no time left for questions.
Please stop panicking. Just leave everything to me.
Last story is; a boy and tour guide are talking.
a I hope you enjoyed the traditional Aomori seafood lunch today.
b Yes, those were the best scallops I have ever had.
a Soon we will stop at our main destination: Hirosaki Castle.
b Is this the place that has the cherry trees in full bloom?
a Yes, exactly . This is one of the more famous spots to enjoy sakura in Japan. You will have two hours to look around. Don't leave your valuables unattended.
b Thanks for reminding me. I almost forgot my camera.
key sentence is Don't leave your valuables unattended.(あなたの貴重品を放置しないでね）
Leave has sentence pattern is SVOC(目的語説明型).
Leave the door unlocked.
Leave the door open.
Leave it as it is.
Leave it in.
Let's this quotation in.
Leave it out.
Let's this line out.
Leave me alone.
I'll leave the back door open.
I don't talk about it, OK? Just leave me alone.
Believe me, it's perfect. Leave it as it is.