中学生の基礎英語 レベル２ Lesson 035 Wrap-up Friday
This Week’s Stories
Angie: The weather’s nice on Saturday. Let’s do something outdoors.
Max: Shall we have a barbecue?
Angie: Yes, let’s! Kota, you can experience an Aussie barbecue!
Kota: Are barbecues common in autumn?
Angie: Australians love to barbecue in every season!
Michelle: Great idea, darling. You grill the meat, as usual. I’ll make some salad.
Max: All right. Kota, why don’t you come shopping with me?
Max: Shall I get the bread?
Angie: Yes, thanks, Dad.
Kota: Do you usually eat bread with barbecue?
Max: Always! Bread really goes well with meat!
Kota: Sounds good! And lamb chops…. We don’t barbecue lamb chops in my family.
Max: Lamb chops are very typical in an Aussie barbecue.
Kota: I want to try them!
Max: You’ll love them!
Kota: The steak is so thick. You grill it like that?
Max: Yes, Aussies like our meat in big pieces!
Kota: In Japan, the meat is usually thin slices.
Max: Angie, would you pass me the snags?
Angie: Haha, we sometimes call sausages “snags” in Australia. Here you go, Dad!
Kota: Oh, like a sandwich.
Max: And add my homemade barbecue sauce!
Kota: Mmm, it’s really tasty! What’s in the sauce?
Max: Ah, the ingredients are a secret!
Kota: Many people are barbecuing here today.
Angie: Most parks have barbecue grills. And they’re often free to use!
Michelle: Would you like another sausage, Kota?
Kota: Yes, please!