Today's speech is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is verb; take go come.
First story Roxy and grandpa are talking about Stonehenge, the huge historical stones monuments in England.
a Well, I've seen most of Oxford. It's a lovely city, but I would like to see other places.
b Where do you want to go, Roxy?
a I 've always wanted to visit Stonehenge.
b Stonehenge? My goodness, I haven't been there in decades.
a Is it far from here?
b It's about as far as London.
a Can you take me to Stonehenge, Grandpa?
b Sure. How about next Saturday?
a That would be wonderful!
key sentence can you take me to Stonehenge?
Take youf umbrella. OK?
○Don't forget to take your driver's license with you.
i'll take you to home in my car.
My job took me all over Japan.
Second story Wayne and Ms. Stravinsky are talking about her playing the piano.
a Wayne, you have a very nice piano.
b Well, it's not a baby grand like yours, but thank you.
a And I'd like to thank you for the wonderful dinner tonight. Your wife is an excellent cook.
b Actually, I made the main dish. Oh, Ms. Stravinsky, I think Amy wants to hear another piece by Debussy.
a I 'd love to, but I really have to go. It's getting late.
b Right. It's already 8:30. I'll drive you to the station.
a Thanks, Wayne.
key sentence I really have to go.
She has gone to the supermarket.
○It's OK. The pain will go soon.
○We all have to go sometime.
The portrait goes on the wall, and the desk by the window.
Third story Rock group members, Bill and Dris are talking about filming.
a OK, Bill, the camera is on now. Just be yourself and relax.
b What should I say?
a Tell me about your new song.
b Oh, yea, right. Here, I'll play a few chords.
It goes like this.
a It's very cool.
b Thanks. I like it. It's a combination of classical and rock.
a It`s kind of a different style for your band. Do you have a title for it?
b This one's called 'How's it going?'
key sentence it goes like this.
Then he goes, I'll be back.
He went like this with his thum.
How's it going?
How does that song go?
○This is not a formal party, so anything goes as far as clothing is concerned.
That guy comes up to me and goes ' I hate you!'
Last story a couple, Casper and Alexis, are talking about his figures.
a Alexis, I've decided to buy all my figures.
b All of them? Really? I thought you loved collecting character figures.
a I think I've outgrown this hobby.
b Well, that makes me happy. What should we buy with the money you get?
a Hmm.. nothing comes to mind.
b How aboug we buy a persian rug for the bedroom?
a Great idea! I'll check the net.
key sentence nothing comes to mind.
The time comes for me to make a decision.
Good luck has come.
Bad luck has come.
Harm has come.
Rainy season has come.
It comes as a surprise.
It comes cheap.
It comes in three size.
○It comes to a coclusion.
○It comes to understand.
○It comes to know.
○It comes to an end.
○It comes to $10.
Your speech comes after lunch.
Family comes before work.
Shibuya comes before Ebisu. It's just one stop.
I hope luck comes your way.
A good-quality down jacket doesn't come cheap.
Now I hear there is huge stone in Australia.
What is its origin?
It seems to be created by nature (not artificial) and called 'Ayers Rock'.
Another person said next 'saying'.
Harmonious timing 阿吽の呼吸
Think out of the box fixed way of things 既成概念にとらわれず
あA tip of Iceberg 氷山の一角