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iTalk DME Kids #292-293 Lesson129-131

iTalk DME Kids #292-293
Lesson129-131
Cai先生

久しぶりの2コマ連続レッスン。
今週ハードな毎日を送っていたためか(?)結構キツかったー。
レッスン終了後はぐったりでした^^;
でもCai先生とのレッスンは楽しいので心地よい疲労感だけどね♪

今週忙しくて毎日帰るのが遅かったので、今日はお昼まで寝てた!といったら、いっぱい寝たわね~と言われました。

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*Lesson129
Has your family had a picnic in the country this month?
No, my family hasn’t had a picnic in the country this month.
Would you take a blanket with you if you went for a picnic?
Yes, I would take a blanket with me if I went for a picnic.
What kind of food would you take for a picnic?
I would take some rice ball and vegetables for a picnic.
And what would you put your food into?
I would put my food into a basket.

Ever:
1 [疑問文で] かつて, いつか, これまでに
2 [否定文で] かつて(…することがない); 決して(…ない)
What are the three forms of the verb to leave?
The three forms of the verb to leave are leave-left-left.
Do you sometimes leave your English book at living room?
Yes, I sometimes leave my English book at living room.
What time will you leave for work on Monday?
I’ll leave for work at 8:30 on Monday.
Have your parents ever left you alone in a sandpit or in a playground?
No, my parents have never left me alone in a sandpit or in a playground.
Has your dad ever left his driving license at home?
No, my dad has never left his driving license at home.
Have you ever left any soup in your bowl after dinner?
No, I have never left any soup in my bowl after dinner.
Have you left for office too late today?
Yes, I have left for office too late today.

*Lesson130
What are the three forms of the verb to know?
The three forms of the verb to know are know-knew-known.
Did you know the name of the capital of England when you were eight years old?
No, I didn’t know the name of the capital of England when I was eight years old.
Have you always known answers to your teacher’s questions?
No, I haven’t always known answers to my teacher’s questions.
Have you always known that Winchester was a capital of England in the past?
No, I haven’t always known that Winchester was a capital of England in the past.

Flower: 主に草花の花や草花
Bloom: 特に観賞用植物の花 / 【自動詞】花が咲く, 開花する
Blooming: 花の咲いた, 花盛りの; 咲きほこる
Do you have many plants at home?
No, I don’t have many plants at home, but I have two plants at home.
Do all plants have flowers?
No, not all plants have flowers.
When do most wild plants bloom?
Most wild plants bloom in spring and in summer.
Do you like the smell of a blooming cherry tree?
Yes, I like the smell of a blooming cherry tree.
What color is a cherry tree when it blooms?
A cherry tree is pink when it blooms.
What flower is the national emblem of Wales?
The national emblem of Wales is a daffodil. (ラッパズイセン)
What color are shamrock flowers? (Shamrock:葉が3枚に分かれている草の総称)
Shamrock flowers are white or pink.

What are the three forms of the verb to buy?
The three forms of the verb to buy are buy-bought-bought.
Do you ever buy snacks at school?
Yes, I sometimes buy snacks at school.
Did you or your mum buy any sweets last month?
Yes, I bought some sweets last month.
Did your parents buy you any clothe last year?
No, my parents didn’t buy me any clothe last year.
Would your parents buy you skates if you wanted to learn skating?
Yes, my parents would buy me skates if I wanted to learn skating.
Have you bought your mum flowers this year?
Yes, I have bought my mum flowers this year.
Has your mum bought any medicine at the chemist’s this week?
No, my mum hasn’t bought any medicine at the chemist’s this week.
Have you bought any books this month?
No, I haven’t bought any books this month.

Castle: 城
Palace: 宮殿, (主教・大主教・高官などの)官[公]邸
Where do we usually find castles?
We usually find castles in England.
If you were a knight where would you live?
If I were a knight I would live in the castle.
Have you ever seen a castle made of wood?
No, I have never seen a castle made of wood.
Have you ever made sandcastles?
Yes, I have made sandcastles.
Does the polish president live in a castle?
No, the polish president doesn’t live in a castle, but he lives in a palace.

*Lesson131
President: 大統領, (官庁の)総裁, (大学の)学長, 総長, 頭取, 社長
Company: 仲間, 連れ, 友だち, [集合的に] 人の集まり, 一座の人たち, 会社,
What does a president of a country do?
A president of a country represents a country.
Have you ever seen the president of your country on TV?
No, I haven’t seen the president of my country on TV.
(総理大臣:prime minister)
Is a president of a company usually a businessman?
Yes, a president of a company is usually a businessman.
Would you like to be a president of a company?
No, I wouldn’t like to be a president of a company.
Does a president of a company earn a lot of money?
Yes, a president of a company earns a lot of money.
Who do you think earns more: a president of a company or a president of a country?
I think a president of a large company earns more than a president of a country.

If you were a king where would you live?
If I were a king I would live in a castle.
Where does the queen of the United Kingdom live?
The queen of the United Kingdom lives in Buckingham palace.
Can a country have both a president and a king or queen?
No, a country can’t have both a president and a king or queen, but it can have either a president or a king or queen.
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