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使えるフレーズ · 2021/04/06
Good day everyone! How are you doing? The phrase we have for today is “to spring something on someone”. We use this phrase when we want to talk about a request that was given to us with no warning. We often use this when talking about tight deadlines or last-minute requests from other people. For example: “I have to work overtime today because my boss suddenly sprang this report on me.”...

基本英会話 · 2021/03/15
There are many types of restaurants and it sometimes feels overwhelming if it's your first time to order food in a foreign country. In this topic, we will teach you some phrases that you need to say or some questions that waiters or servers commonly ask in fast food restaurants, regular sit-down restaurants, and fine dining restaurants.

使えるフレーズ · 2021/02/05
Hello everyone! It’s winter again, and a lot of snow is falling in Japan. When it’s very cold, we usually tell people ‘bundle up!’. ‘Bundle up’ means to tell someone to wear extra layers to keep themselves warm. We usually use this phrase with people we know and we use this in casual conversation. Example #1 Anne: I’m going to buy some fruit at the supermarket. Mark: Okay. It’s snowing outside, so you better bundle up! Anne: Oh you’re right! Let me get my scarf and gloves....

使えるフレーズ · 2020/10/22
Today's phrase is about healing and feeling better. “On the road to recovery” is used to say when somebody is on the process of getting over a bad situation or showing progress in better health. For example: Doctor to his patient: “Your health is improving after the surgery. You're on the road to recovery and coming home soon!” It's been two months since the tragic accident, and Mr. Hans is still on the road to recovery....

使えるフレーズ · 2020/10/14
Hi everyone! Have you been well and healthy? Today’s phrase is “alive and kicking.” This is used to express that you’re lively, active, or full of energy. It is also often used to emphasize your good health or somebody’s recovery after an accident or trouble For example: “Grandma is definitely alive and kicking!” In fact, she’s running a marathon this Saturday. “Alive and kicking” also refers to something that is in good working condition. For example: “I’ve been using...

2020/09/28
こんにちは☆ 本日のブログはファストフード店で使える英会話となっております。 すごく使えて役に立つフレーズなので覚えてください♪ When you go to any fast food restaurant or coffee shop, you’ll hear the cashier ask for your order in many ways. The following are different ways for the cashier to take your order. They all mean the same thing. What can I get you? What would you like? Can I take your order? お伺いします。...

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...

2020/02/12
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....

2020/01/29
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...

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