1.Today’s lesson is the text book, 'Touchstone3' unit2 'Travel blogs’
Reading Jakes Journey and Chloe’s travel
You know what's she usually like with a camera.
- Here is a talk about ラジオ英会話,
Topic is verb, like go come be give.
First story Filecia and Mr.Morikawa are talking about Yuriko’s farewell party.
a Mr. Morikawa, we are going to have a farewell party for Yuriko, aren't we?
b Yes, of course. Next Friday is her last day, so that evening works best.
a We should have the party at a nice place.
b Do you have somewhere in mind?
a How about the sushi restaurant at the Hotel Newonishi?
b Good choice.
a Oh, no! I just remembered, I 'm returning from a business trip around 5 on that day.
b No problem. I'll come and pick you up at the station, and we go directly to the hotel.
key sentence I'll come and pick you up at the station.
Dinner is ready.OK, I'm coming.
What timd are you coming to the restaurant?
I can coe about 6, is that OK?
I've rocked myself oug of the house.
OK, I'll come right way.
Hey, hurry up. You'll be late for school.
OK, I'm going!
Have your parents seen your new apartment?
No, but they are coming on Saturday.
Second story Hiroki and Haruka broke up.
a Hiroki, I know you've been cheating on me. It's time we said goodbye forever.
b Wait, Haruka. Don't rush things.I 'll change. I'll behave better from now on.
a Don't try to fix it, Hiroki. Our love's gone sour.
b But what are you going to doi?
a I'll start a new life. Don't worry about me.
b And what am I going to do alone?
a You just bought a new condominium, right?
Everything will come good for both of us.
key sentence Our love's gone sour.
go bald.go rotten.
Everything will come good.
May your deams come true.
I don't worry about my hair loss. Lot's of people go bald.
Don't worry. I'm sure everything will come right in the end.
Peach trees have come into blossom. Let's take some photos.
Third story Yuriko and Mr.Morikawa are talking after the party.
a Hey, Yuriko. Everything OK? You're crying.
b Oh, Mr. Morikawa. Thank you so much for the party tonight. I can't stop my tears.
a That's completely understandable. After so many years with us, it must be very tough to say good-bye.
b Yes, it's a very emotional moment. I've loved working for this company and I'm going to miss the job and especially my co-workers.
a And you'll be sorely missed, that's for sure.
Now, no more tears. Just relax and enjoy yourself.
b You're very kind.
key sentence is Everything OK?
Is everyghing OK?
We' re happy.
He was sad.
Chris is in garage.
I'll be there by ten.
The party will be on Saturday.
He is my favorite singer.
My students areat in the library.
I've been to Machu Picchu.
Last story Roxy and her grandfather are talking at Stoneheige.
a Grandpa, thank you for bringing me here.
b You're welcome, Roxy. It was a bit of a drive, but we made it.
a Look at all the people. I didn't expected it to be so crowded.
b Well, it's a famous archaeological site.
a I know, This place gives me a strange feeling.
b Really? I don't feel anything.
a Grandpa, look at that man. That's professor Peacock.
b Peacock? The archaeologist? what's he doing here?
a Maybe, he's giving a guided tour.
key sentence this place gives me a strange feeling.
give me coffee.
give me a chance.
He's giving a presentation.
give me a shock.
give me satisfaction.
give me a cold.
give me a headache.
give a sigh.
give a smile.
give me a hug.
give me a kiss.
give me a ride.
Grading papers always gives me a headache.
I have to give a speech at Harumi's wedding.
She gave me a big hug before she left.