英会話 4


almost(もう少し)とmostiy(ほとんど)の使い方

私の認識はall>almost>most
そこはあまり厳密に意識せず普通の会話で使うやり方。

「I almost finish.」=「I mostly finish.」どちらを使ってもいい。
(もうすぐ終わる) (ほとんど終わった)

*注意 mostmostly の使い方

Most at the time.I like to stay home.
Most of my friends are Japanese.
I read most at my books.

I mostly read all the books.
I mostly finish.
I mostly eat tuna.

I watch most of the DVD at my house.
I mostly watch DVD at my house.

⭐︎mostの後には事柄、mostlyの後には動詞がくる。

よく使う言葉 I almost there(もうすぐ着くよ)

映画はDVDのレンタルで見てると言われ、へえーどこで?(店、サイトなど)
ツタヤでDVDレンタルして見るよ♩の会話。
A「Where do you rent them?」
B「I always rent many DVDs at TSUTAYA.」


How about の使い方
会話の流れで何かを提案するときに使う。

ご飯どうする?と聞かれ
How about a hamburger?


よく使う言葉How about you?(どう思う?)

what do you do?の使い方

自己紹介では仕事はどんなこと?となる。
A「What do you do?」
B「I'm Creator」

What do you do today?(今日何する?どうする?)
What do you do on Sunday?(日曜は何する?)
What did you do yesterday?(昨日何してた?)

二つの違いはここがわかりやすかった。

Haps Eikaiwa

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Homework
英会話を作る I make English conversations.

A:「Hello, Can you talk now?」
B:「Sure.」
A:「I'm from Japan. I'm inToronto for the first time.
And This is my first solo Tavel.
I'm very excited and a little nervous.
B:「Oh! Solo travel?! That's amazing!」
 「What brings you here?」
A:「I have always wanted to visit Toronto.」
B:「Where did you go in Toronto?」
A:「I went〇〇and〇〇and on foot.
Because I dorroped a day pass of TTC on the way.
But I could I mostly finish my sightseeing plans.」
B:「 No way. You are tough.」
A:LOL 「I enjoyed everything.」
B:「Toronto is a nice town.
I Me and my husband go to parks and museums often.
Museums are free day once in a while.
Oh! Today is free in a museum near here at from 6.」
A:「Really?? I'll go to the museum. Thanks.」
B:「Do you know how to get there?」
A:「I have a map. Where am I on this map?」
B:「Here. Go straight this way and turn right.」
A:「I see. Thank you for helping.」
B:「Oh my goodness! I have to go home.
I'm so glad to see you.Please write me your email address.」
A:「Glad to see you, too . Thanks for your time.
I write down right now. Just a monent.
Here's my address.

Bay, See you someday.






  
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