中学生の基礎英語 レベル２ Lesson 095 Wrap-up Friday
This Week’s Stories
Lesson 091 これを見せたかったんだ
Kota: Yeah… I’m still not very good. But I’m improving.
Sapna: That’s great. Surfing makes you confident.
Nigel: Oh yeah! That reminds me.
Nigel: I wanted to show you a flyer.
Sapna: What is it?
Nigel: It’s for a pro surfing demonstration. I saw it and thought of you, Kota.
Kota: Oh wow! It’s this weekend. Scott Wailani will be there!
Lesson 092 サーファーたちの競演
Kota: I’m excited to see Scott Wailani.
Angie: How do you know about him?
Kota: I watched some of his videos online. I found them helpful.
Harry: Aha, you did research!
Briony: So you’re studying. That’s cool!
Kota: Are you looking forward to the demonstration, Briony?
Briony: Yeah. But I prefer surfing myself.
Harry: Of course you do!
Lesson 093 大技が出た！
Announcer: And here comes a big wave! And he’s up!
Harry: Oh, the wave is forming a barrel.
Kota: He’s inside the wave. He disappeared!
Harry: Watch this.
Announcer: And he comes out the other side. Woo-hoo, perfect!
Kota: He kept his board steady.
Briony: I… want to try that!
Announcer: Scott will meet with fans after the demonstration.
Briony: Kota, let’s talk to him!
Lesson 094 スコットのアドバイス
Scott: That’s great! Do you surf?
Kota: Well, I’m just a beginner. But your videos inspired me.
Scott: I’m delighted to hear that.
Kota: Do you have any advice for me?
Scott: You should respect the ocean. Connect with the waves. The right surfboard will help you. It will be your partner. This one is special to me. I named it Blue Bullet.
Kota: OK. I understand.
Scott: Good luck, Kota!
It’s a bell. We usually hang it outside. It makes a nice sound. When we listen to the sound, we feel cool! What is it?
We call it furin in Japanese.
Japanese people eat it at New Years. There are many types of food inside a box or on a plate. It has a lot of Japanese traditional food. What is it?
We call it osechi in Japanese.
People usually hang it on their bags. Some people think it brings you good luck. You can get it at temples and shrines. What is it?
We call it omamori in Japanese.