英語学習動画:シチュエーション別英会話

<目次>

  1. ビジネスランチ
  2. 相手の連絡先を聞く
  3. ビジネスマン編(アウトドア)
  4. ほしい商品について聞く
  5. 習い事を探す
  6. 体験レッスンの比較
  7. お土産を選ぶ
  8. デートの相談
  9. 映画に誘う
  10. ホームステイ
  11. パソコンを習う
  12. 修理センターに電話をする
  13. 彼女の長い買い物
  14. ダイエット
  15. うわさの化粧品
     

  1. ビジネスランチ

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Yoko: Wow, it’s already lunch time. Mr. Takeda, would you like to join us for lunch?

Masahiro: There’s a nice restaurant near here. It’s really good.

Makoto: Sure, I’d love to.

Makoto: This is really good. By the way, do you think you could get back to me about the project sometime soon?

Yoko: Well, I have to discuss it with the other departments, so…

Makoto: It would really help if I could get a reply by next week.

Yoko: I understand. I’ll try to give you an answer as soon as possible.

Makoto: I’d appreciate it. I really hope this project goes well.

Masahiro: We’ll do our best.

Yoko: Time to go back to the office. The meal is on us today.

Makoto: Really? You didn’t have to do that. Thank you.

 


  1. 相手の連絡先を聞く

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Kaori: Good afternoon, this is Core Company.

Makoto: Hello, this is Makoto Takeda, from Cocotech. I’d like to speak with Mr. Cocone in the International Business Department. Is he available?

Kaori: I’m sorry but Mr. Cocone is out right now. Is it urgent?

Makoto: Yes, there’s something I need to tell him as soon as possible.

Kaori: In that case, I’ll contact him immediately and have him call you. Could you tell me your telephone number?

Makoto: Yes. Please have him call my cell. The number is 090-123-4567.

Kaori: OK, Mr. Takeda. I’ll have Mr. Cocone call you right away.

Makoto: Thank you. Goodbye.

Kaori: Goodbye.

 


  1. ビジネスマン編(アウトドア)

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Masahiro: OK, the tent is ready, the BBQ ingredients are all prepared, and we’re all set to go. I can’t wait to start the BBQ.

Kenta: But you know, all we can make is the same old kebabs and curry. I’m sick of it. Why don’t we catch some fish instead?

Atsushi: Speaking of fish, I heard that we can catch some Ayu down at the river.

Kenta: That sounds nice. I brought a fishing rod so we should give it a shot later.

Masahiro: The tent is the best part of camping, don’t you think?

Kenta: I don’t think so! If you were a real camper, you would sleep outside in your sleeping bag. That’s how real men do it in the wild.

Masahiro: Uh, I think I’ll stick with the tent. I remember you told me you had your face bitten by mosquitoes and it itched like crazy.

Atsushi: Umm, I guess I’m fine with the tent, too.

 


  1. ほしい商品について聞く

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Masahiro: Excuse me, I’m looking for a bag I can use for work.

Salesman: Could you be more specific?

Masahiro: Well, I need one that I can carry on my shoulder and use to hold my laptop.

Salesman: How about something like this?

Masahiro: Hmm, well, that’s nice but I think I need something a little bigger.

Salesman: How about this one? You could even use it as an overnight case.

Masahiro: Oh, it’s very light.

Salesman: Yes, and it’s very easy to use. I’m sure it’ll come in handy.

Masahiro: I’ll take it.

Salesman: Thank you.

 


  1. 習い事を探す

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Tomomi: I’m thinking of learning something new. Maybe English conversation or dancing… Do you think they offer free trial lessons?

Ryoko: Umm, it depends on the school. Some trial lessons are free, but some cost about 1,000 yen.

Tomomi: Then maybe I’ll give it a try. I can’t decide until I see what it’s like. I just hope I can find a place close to work.

Ryoko: If you go on the internet, you can find a list of places and prices. You can also apply for trial lessons.

Tomomi: OK, then maybe I’ll apply. Why don’t we go together?

Ryoko: Well, I’m already taking yoga and tennis classes, and I also go to the gym, so I think I’ll pass.

Tomomi: Wow, you’re busy.

 


  1. 体験レッスンの比較

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Ryoko: So how were the trial dance lessons?

Tomomi: Pretty good. Every class I tried had a different atmosphere and a different kind of system. But I’ve narrowed it down to two…

Ryoko: Which ones?

Tomomi: Well, one is a small class you can attend anytime you want. They’re having a campaign so it’s really cheap, but the facility is old.

Ryoko: I see. What about the other one?

Tomomi: The other one has a fixed schedule, and the practices are pretty tough because there’s a performance at the end. But the teacher is great because she’s really dedicated.

Ryoko: Knowing you, the second one is probably better. You might be better off with a strict style.

Tomomi: You think so?

Ryoko: Yeah. Usually you can’t stick with anything for more than three days!

 


  1. お土産を選ぶ

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Kenichi: I feel so much better. Hot springs really do help you relax.

Ryoko: Yeah. Especially since you’ve been so tired lately.

Kenichi: Well, let’s get some souvenirs before we leave. I always seem to get a lot from other people after vacations, so I’d better buy some myself this time. What do you think I should get?

Ryoko: It might be a good idea to get something individually wrapped. It’ll be easier to hand them out. How about these “onsen manju”? It’s one of the local specialties.

Kenichi: That sounds good. Hey, I got these same “onsen manju” from my boss before.

Ryoko: I guess everyone thinks alike.

 


  1. デートの相談

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Hikaru: I’m going to a movie with my girlfriend tomorrow, but I don’t know which one we should see. Can you give me some advice?

Ryo: I think you should go with an action movie. They’re fun to watch.

Misaki: Action movies are great, but when it comes to a date, don’t you think a romance might be better?

Hikaru: I guess a love story would be all right, too.

Misaki: It might put both of you in a romantic mood.

Ryo: Oooohh…

Hikaru: I can’t decide.

Ryo: Then why don’t you ask your girlfriend?

Hikaru: I did.

Ryo: What did she say?

Hikaru: She said she likes horror movies. But I don’t like them at all.

 


  1. 映画に誘う

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Masahiro: Ai, are you free thin Sunday?

Ai: Uh… Yeah… I don’t have anything planned.

Masahiro: How would you like to go to a movie? I was thinking “Bloody Wednesday.”

Ai: Ahhhh… I’m sorry, horror movies are…

Masahiro: Yeah, you’re right. How about a romantic comedy, then?

Ai: That’s better.

Masahiro: Good. How does two o’clock in Shibuya sound to you?

Ai: Sounds good. Oh, I forgot! I have plans on Sunday.

Masahiro: Oh, that’s too bad. When would you like to go, then?

Ai: I’m free on Saturday.

Masahiro: Then let’s go on Saturday. Just let me know if something comes up.

Ai: OK, I will.

 


  1. ホームステイ

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Minji: How was your homestay in England?

Mika: It was great. At first I had trouble communicating and I was kind of homesick, but things got better. By the end, I was really enjoying myself.

Minji: That’s great.

Mika: Yeah. I realized that even if you make mistakes, people try to understand you as long as you have the courage to speak up.

Minji: Yeah, if you just act shy and don’t say anything, you can’t improve.

Mika: Right! Since I was doing a homestay, I decided I had to talk, no matter what.

Minji: That’s a really impressive attitude! What did you like most?

Mika: Let me see. Probably when I prepared supper with my host family sister. We talked about a lot of things, like our dreams and future love life, while we were cooking. We really got to know each other.

Minji: It’s wonderful that you were able to have such a good experience.

 


  1. パソコンを習う

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Kyoko: Kiyoshi, can you show me how to make the print on this computer bigger?

Kiyoshi: Just click here. No, no, that’s double clicking. Just click the left side of the mouse once. That’s it.

Kyoko: Oh, thanks. Computers are interesting, but they’re so hard to use. My shoulders get stiff and my eyes get really tired. You’re lucky, you don’t seem to have any trouble.

Kiyoshi: Well, I use them at work, so I can do the basics. Hang in there. You’ll get better.

Kyoko: Yes, but there are ten students in the class and only one teacher, so there isn’t time for her to help us individually. I need more one-on-one help, like this.

Kiyoshi: Then you should take private lessons, instead.

Kyoko: Maybe, but they’re so expensive… You know, I don’t really need to use a computer. This is just a hobby.

Kiyoshi: That’s true. I guess I’ll just have to give you private lessons myself. I probably don’t know as much as your teacher, but my lessons come with a free shoulder massage.

Kyoko: Mmm… that’s nice.

 


  1. 修理センターに電話をする

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Ryoko: Hello? I’m having a problem with my washing machine.

Repairman: What seems to be the problem?

Ryoko: Well, when I turn it on, nothing happens.

Repairman: OK. How long have you had the machine?

Ryoko: Let me see. I think that was before Sakura was born. We bought it about ten years ago. Wait, it might be a little older than that.

Repairman: In that case, it might be time to buy a new one.

Ryoko: Unfortunately, we can’t afford to buy a new one. Couldn’t you send someone over to check it out?

Repairman: Yes, ma’am. We could send someone over on Wednesday afternoon. Would that be a good time for you?

Ryoko: Yes, thank you.

Repairman: We’ll see you on Wednesday then.

Ryoko: OK. Goodbye.

 


  1. 彼女の長い買い物

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Ai: Hey, what do you think about these boots?

Masahiro: Umm… Why don’t you try them on?

Ai: But what color should I choose? It’s hard to decide. Black matches everything but… I’ll just try them on.

Ai: What do you think?

Masahiro: Uh, they look nice on you. They make your legs look long and slim.

Ai: Hmm, but something isn’t quite right. Maybe they would look cuter if the toes were round. What do you think of those?

Masahiro: Try them on.

Ai: Hmm, maybe they’re too casual. They might not look nice with a dress. I wonder which one is better.

Masahiro: If you ask me, they look almost the same.

Ai: C’mon, be serious.

 


  1. ダイエット

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Masahiro: Jeff, you look thinner. Have you started working out?

Jeff: Yes, I started jogging last month. Do you do anything to stay in shape, Masahiro?

Masahiro: I try to do sit-ups every night, but it’s hard to keep it up.

Jeff: Really? Why don’t you try walking with your friends?

Masahiro: That’s a good idea. I might be able to stick with it if I do it with my friends.

Jeff: You know, I’m not only jogging, but I’m also watching what I eat.

Masahiro: For example?

Jeff: I’m staying away from high-calorie foods, and I’m trying to eat a lot of fresh vegetables.

Masahiro: So I should find a girlfriend who will make vegetable dishes for me!

Jeff: Well, that’s one way to do it.

 


  1. うわさの化粧品

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Ryoko: Just as I thought, aerobics is hard work.

Mariko: But aerobic exercise is best for burning fat. I heard that if you do yoga and stretches along with aerobics, the results are even better.

Ryoko: I’ve heard that, too. By the way, have you heard about that new face treatment?

Mariko: Oh, the one made from mushrooms? It’s supposed to reduce wrinkles and sagging, right?

Ryoko: I wonder if it really works. I believe in prevention, but I’m not sure you can do much, once the damage is done.

Mariko: Yeah, it sounds too good to be true. But on the off chance it will work, don’t you want to try it?

Ryoko: Well, to tell you the truth, I’ve already ordered it on the internet.

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