1.Today’s lesson is the text book, 'Touchstone3’ unit7, 'New friends,Old friends’,’Looking for love? Online is the way to go!’
Translation...I hope you will be able to read this hasty scibble.
2.Here is a talk from Radio Eikaiwa.
Topic is how to deepen your understanding of the conversation.
Bob is asking Sally the reason of her huge smile.
a Sally, I don`t think I`ve ever seen you so happy . You have a huge smile on your face.
b I really like how my painting turned out.
a It`s excellent. I`d say it is your best so far.
b Do you really think so?
a Yes. All the colors are perfectly balanced and you`ve mastered several techniques.
b I`ve been your student for a while now.
I guess I`ve lerned a lot.
a That`s the nicest thing hou you can say to a teacher, Sally. Thank you.
Key sentence you have a huge smile your face. Why is that?
I wlnder why?
I don`t want to marry you. Why not?
What did you do that for?
You`re more well-dressed than usual. What`s up that? What`s going on there?
You are avoiding me all morning. Whyis that?
I wonder why you take so long to reply to my text?
Why on earth did you do that for?
Masaru is asking Roxy the reason why people's building stonehenge.
a Masaru, I have a present for you.
My grandparents sent it to me frlm the UK.
b It`s... nice.
a Don`t you know what this is?
b A bunch of stones in a grassy fields?
a It`s a smoll model of Stonehenge. We learn about it in history class.
b Oh, yeah, now I remember. What`s the purpose of Stonehenge? How come they built it?
a Well, I asked Professor Peacock the same question. He said nobody really knows.
b It`s a mystery.
Key sentence how come they built it?
What`s the reason?
What made you so angry?
What brought you here?
To what end did you do that?
How did that come to pass?
How come you don`t buy me flowers anymore?
What`s the reason? Were you not happy living in LA.
What you decide to quit your job and taking up maki.g soba?
Mr. Wayne is asking Miss.Stravinsky her moving imformation in detail.
a Miss.Stravinsky, would you mind if I asked you a personal qurstion?
b At my age, there are no personal questions,
but certainly you can.
a Why did you leave Europ?
b That`s a good question. In short, I wanted to experience life in America.
a Could you say a little more about that?
b You see, everything was new in America.
I was especially attracted to the new trends in music.
a Like jazz and rock?
b Yes, I like all kinds of music.
Key sentence would you mind if I asked you a personal question?
Tell me more about it,
let me know more about it.
What exactly are you saying?
I`d love a little mofe deyail about ylur prlject.
Tell me in detail.
Could you go into more detail on that?
Could you explain thay in a little more detail?
Tell me more about yojr time in Canada.
What exactly are you saying? Aren`t you satisfed with your current job?
Could you say a little more about that? Not many
Miss.Jet is asking Mr.Smith classical music's imformation in detail.
a Mr. Smith, I`ve always wanted to ask you something.
b Let me guess. My middle name?
a No, but, you can tell me that later. I wanted your opinion on something.
b Sure, go ahead.
a Why do people continue to listen to classical music?
b The classical music is timeless.
a Could you expand on that?
b I believe classical music expresses universal human emotions. So it never gets old.
a Interesting. What about the Desperate Rats music?
b Well, only time will tell.
Key sentence could you expand on that?
Could you elaborate on that?
Could you be more specific?
What other can you provide?
I need more than that.
As in what? Like how? How so?
That`s too much information.
Could you expand on that a little more?
I``m curious what you mean by going digital.
Could you be more specific? What exactly did he say that offended you?
That`s too much information. Dad. Noone wants to hear about you and Mom.