1.Today’s lesson is the text book, 'Touchstone3' unit3 'Human Wonders’.
2.Here is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is verb; run, look,watch, see.
First story Tyler and ally are talking.
a Look! Tyler. This is the new page for my sister, Carolyn's business in Japan.
b Wow, what does your sister do?
a She runs a ramen shop in Tokyo.
b Really? I love ramen. what kind?
a Vegan ramen.
b You mean she doesn't use any animal products?
a That's right.
b I'vd heard of it, but it's not exactly my cup of tea.
b You mean your cup of ramen.
a Right! Any way, I would like to go to Japan someday soon.
b Me, too!
key sentence She runs a ramen shop in Tokyo.
The buses run every 20 minutes.
The trains run every 20 minutes.
I'm running late for work.
The movie runs for 2 weeks.
The play runs for 2 weeks.
The road runs around the campus.
The pass runs around the campus.
The fence runs around the campus
Time is running short.
The well runs dry.
I run the program.
I run a mashine.
I run an engine.
I run a check.
I frun a test.
My parents used to run a small hotel.
I've run out of cash. So I need to find an ATM.
You need to relax. Let me run a bath for you.
Second story Doctor and Jeannie are talking.
a Jeannie, how are you getting along with Frankie?
b Fine. I suppose. He's kind and handsome.
a You don't sound so sure. Is there a problem?
b Well, kind of. All the girls in town follow him around.
a Really? Because he's good-looking?
b Yes, and it really bothers me.
a Jeannie, you're jealous!
b Look at me. Look what you've done to me!
a Is it my fault that you're jealous?
b Yes, you made him too attractive, Dr. Stein.
key sentence look at me. Look what you've done to me.
Look here comes the boss.
Look what time it is.
I'm just looking
You look great in that jacket.
You'd better get the doctor to look at the cut.
Can you look after my plants?
So how do I look?
I know. I get my mechanic take a look at it?
Could you like to ?my two cats while I 'm in Spain?
Third story Mr.Emori and Cindy are talking.
a Mr.Emori, how many times have you been to the Toshogu?
b I think about 5 times. I forget. Many Japanese children come here on schol trips.
I did, too.
a What is Toshogu anyway?
b It's a sacred area built in memory of the Shogun of Tokugawa Ieyasu.
a It's s world heritage site too, isn't it?
b Yes, I think so. Cindy, please watch your step.
These stones can be slippery after the rain.
a Thanks for warming me. I almost slipped.
b Here, take my hand.
key sentence please watch your step.
please watch my bag while I go for a swim.
watch and learn, OK?
What kind shall we watch?
.My doctor says I should watch my weight.
Watch your head! Oops! too late!
Professor and Roxy are talking.
a Professor Peacock, you must know a lot about Stonehenji.
b I'm no expert, but I know some things.
a What is Stonehenji exactly?
b That's a good question, Roxy. Nobody really knows. But it may have been an observatory.
a How was it used?
b Can you see that stone over there?
a Yes, what is it?
b It's called the Hill Stone.people used that to mark the first sunrise of summer.
a Wow, they knew about that?
b Apparently. they did.
key sengence can you see that stone over there.
Glad to see you.
Are you seeing anyone?
My granddad has seen a lot of chages in his lifetime.
I saw Mary shoplifting.
Let me see you home.
It's so nice to see you again.
She has seen both sorrow and joy in her life.
You should ask Noriko out, she isn't seeing.