Greetings all! Today’s useful expression is: “What do you think?” Use this expression to ask for someone’s opinion. When we use this expression, we say, “What do you think of ~? Examples: Wife: What do you think of this dress? Husband: I don’t like the color. Young Girl: What do you think of this music? Old Man: It’s okay but I prefer jazz. You can also use the past tense with this expression. Examples: Ayu: What did you think of the movie? John: It was awesome! Boy: What did you...

Use this expression to tell someone that something is expensive. 《Examples:》 ① John: How was that new sushi restaurant. Mary: It was good but a bit pricey. John: How much was the bill? Mary: ¥50,000 ② John: Wasn’t that foundation a bit pricey? Mary: Yes, but’s it really high quality. John: So, it’s worth the price? Mary: Yes. 《日本語訳》 ① John:新しいお寿司屋さんはどうだった? Mary:よかったけど少し高かったです。 John:いくらだった?...

Hello. Today’s useful English expression is, ‘What are you going to...?’ This is used to ask what someone plans on doing. Use this to ask about weekend plans, evening plans, or what someone is going to do. Examples; A: What are you going to do this weekend? B: I’m going sky diving. Want to come? A: No, thanks. A: What are you going to see tomorrow? B: The new Spiderman movie. Want to come? A: Yeah. A: What are you going to eat for dinner? B: Gyoza. A: Sounds deliciou:00s....

Use this expression to compare someone’s appearance to something or someone Examples: John: You see that woman that walked in Yoshinoya? She looks like Ishihara Satomi. Tony: Wow, you’re right! Keisuke: That man looks like the boss. Takahiro: He looks like the boss because he is he boss. Keisuke: Oh! 《日本語訳》 John:吉野家を歩いていたあの女性が見えますか?彼女は石原さとみに似ている。 Tony:あなたの言う通りだ!...

Hello. Today’s useful phrase is, ‘Who is...?’ This is used to ask about the identity of someone. This can be used when you want to know who one person is or multiple people. Examples: A: Who is that man? B: That’s the new section manager, Mr. Tanaka. A: Who is your favorite actress. B. Ishihara Satomi. I love her. A: Who is coming to the beach with us? B: My sister and a couple of her friends. ●日本語訳:『~は誰?』という意味です

先週の日曜日、大蔵海岸BBQ『ZAZAZA』で恒例のBBQパーティーを開催しました。 新しくできたBBQ場で建物も景色も、とってもきれいでした。 この日はすごくお天気も良かったのですが、屋根がきちんとついていたので それほど暑くもなく、BBQをするのにはぴったりな気候でした。

Greeting all! Let’s talk about our jobs. Today’s useful phrase is: ‘I work as a/an...’ Use this phrase to talk about what you do for your job. Examples: A: What do you do for work? B: I work as an English teacher. A: What do you do for a living? B: I work as an Engineer. Pretty easy, right? ●日本語訳:「~の仕事をしている」という意味です。

Hello everyone! Did you travel anywhere interesting for summer? I just got back from Busan, South Korea. I went there for the weekend because my dance team and I did a salsa performance.

Please don’t forget... Use this expression to remind someone to do something. Examples: John is going to the airport to fly to Thailand. His sister Mary tells him not to forget his passport. John: I’m leaving for the airport. Mary: Please don’t forget your passport. John: Thanks, I won’t. John often forgets to do his homework on the weekends so his mother reminds him every Friday. Mom: John, please don’t forget to do your homework this weekend. John: Don’t worry mom, I won’t....

Hi everyone, Mae here. I hope you all had a well-spent Obon week and summer vacation. I`ve spent most of my Obon holiday swimming at Suma and Asagiri beach. And last week, I had a wonderful time in the lovely onsen town of Kinosaki!