2020/03/28
新型コロナウイルスの影響により4月5日(日)に予定していた花見イベントを中止 させていただくことが決定いたしました。 参加をご希望してくださっていた生徒さんには大変ご迷惑をおかけすることとなりますが ご理解の程よろしくお願いいたします。 尚、レッスンにつきまして、現段階では通常通り営業しております。
2020/03/18
Today`s conversation phrase is “don`t.”  When you want to tell someone not to do something, you can say, “Don’t ~.” Be careful when using this phrase because it can sound strong. This is best used from a parent to a child or teacher to a student or friend to friend. Examples: “Don’t use your phone in class.” 授業中に電話を使ってはいけません “Don’t be late.” 遅れないで “Don’t come on Saturday.” 土曜日に来ないでください

2020/03/13
When you’re in a new city and need to know where something is, you can ask anybody, “Where is the nearest ~?” This simple phrase can you used with anyone you meet. If you want to be more polite or get someone’s attention before asking, say, “Excuse me,” first. Examples: “Where is the nearest Starbucks?” いちばん近いスターバックスはどこですか? “Where is the nearest train station?” いちばん近い駅はどこですか? “Where is the nearest...

2020/03/07
Today’s English phrase is used when you get into a taxi. The driver will ask you where you want to go and you`ll answer with, ”Please take me to ~.” This phrase is okay to use in any situation where a driver will take you somewhere. Example: (You’re visiting New York City and need to take a taxi.) “ Please take me to Grand Central Station.” “ Please take me to Rockefeller Center.” “ Please take me to JFK airport, terminal 1.”

2020/02/29
Hello everyone! Thank you for always checking our homepage and for taking time to read our posts on social media. This year, we are introducing Voss`s new template and modified contents on SNS to make learning English more fun and convenient. If you have any suggestions or requests for additional contents, please let us know. Enjoy! 今日から新しいスタイルでSNSを始めていきます☆ ぜひお楽しみに♪

2020/02/12
Today’s useful phrase is about people. You’ll sometimes hear others say that someone is a bad apple. This means that the person is a bad influence. Parents will often say or think this phrase about their children’s friends. Examples: Mother: I don’t like my son’s friend, Tommy.     He’s a bad apple. Teacher: That girl is a bad apple.      I’m worried about her future. Father: I don’t want you hanging out with Mike.       He’s a bad apple....

2020/02/08
Do you have a good memory? Then you can say, “I won’t forget...” This is a promise that you will remember something. Examples: Mi: What’s my name? John: Mi. Mi: Don’t forget my name. John: I won’t forget your name Mi. 日本語訳 Mi:私の名前は何? John:ミィ Mi:私の名前を忘れないでね John:忘れないよ John: Remember that we’re meeting tomorrow after work. Adam: I won’t forget to come. John: Good. 日本語訳...

2020/02/01
こんにちは☆ 本日は新しいコースのご案内です^^ 高校生以下、18歳未満の方を対象とした学生プランがついにスタートいたしました♬ 海外留学に興味がある、将来海外で働きたい....という方にぴったりのプランです。 コースはプライベートコースのみ月謝制とチケット制どちらも用意しております。 詳しい内容は料金表をご確認ください。 そしてなんと!...

2020/01/29
Hello! Have you heard the phrase, “Not out of the woods yet?” To be “out of the woods” means to be safe or finished with something difficult. If you’re “not out of the woods yet” it means that you’re not safe yet or not finished with something difficult. Examples: Mary: John, how was your interview? John: I passed the first interview, but I’m not out of the woods yet. I have two more to go. The surgery went well but she’s not out of the woods yet. We’ll have to watch her...

2020/01/25
Hello everybody! Maria here. How are you doing? It’s winter now, and it means the best season for visiting an onsen, or a hot spring, has come. Here in Kobe we are very lucky to have Arima Onsen, one of the oldest hot springs in the country, just on the other side of the mountains. So just after the New Year I decided to go there. My favorite way to get to Arima onsen is by the Rokko-Arima ropeway. It’s a little bit more expensive than going by bus or train, but it is much more fun, and you...

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