2022年1月24日月曜日

Parts of Speechj-Jan.24

[9] Adverb-1: manner
Fred runs (v) fast. Yes, he is (be) a fast (adj) runner. He ran (v) faster (adv) than anyone else in his class yesterday. He runs (v) fastest (adv) in his class. Indeed, he is (be) the fastest (adj) runner in his class.
Danny works (v) hard (adv). He’s (be) a hard (adj) worker. Yes, he is (be) hardworking (adj). He works (v) as hard (adv) as he can. But his boss works (v) harder (adv) than him. She works (v) faster (adv) and better (adv) than him. She also speaks (v) more clearly (adv) and easily (adv) to others. She is also a good (adj) learner. She learns (v) new things much (adv) faster (adv) and better (adv) than Danny.  
     In these examples, “more” is also an adverb.

[9] Adverb-2: frequency
Eric always (adv) studies hard (adv). He rarely (adv) goes to bed before midnight. Luna usually (adv) does her homework at night. She sometimes (adv) gets up early (adv) to study math. Fred seldom (adv) does his homework. He never (adv) studies after dinner. He doesn’t want to study any longer (adv). He is no longer (adv) interested (adj) in studying.

[9] Adverb-3: frequency, grade
It was very (adv) cold (adj) this morning. It was quite (adv) unusual (adj). 
It was too (adv) cold (adj) to go out.
Your shirt looks (v) quite (adv) nice (adj). The color looks (v) especially (adv) good (adj) on you.
Thanks. I like (v) it very (adv) much (adv). It wasn’t so (adv) expensive (adj)
Dad bought (v) it for me yesterday (adv).
I always (adv) get up (v) early (adv). I never (adv) get up (v) late (adv). 
I rarely (adv) eat (v) breakfast. I usually(adv) drink (v) tea. I rarely (adv) drink (v) coffee. 
I never (adv) read (v) the newspaper. I seldom (adv) read (v) a book.

I like ice cream very much.<=adv
I don't drink much coffee. <=adj
I got up early this morning. <=adv
I had an early dinner last night. <=adj

Reading Skill-Jan.24

Write the answers in full sentences. Spell out the numbers: one hundred forty-eight thousand
Apply 1. What is the least costly franchise to start? What is the second least costly franchise to start?
=> Kumon is the least … Its startup cost is as little as thirty-three thousand dollars.
=> Subway is the second least … Its startup cost is as little as eighty-four thousand, three hundred dollars.
Apply 2. What is the most costly franchise to start? What is the second most costly franchise to start?
=> Hampton Inn is the most costly … Its startup cost could cost as much as fifteen million, one hundred forty-eight thousand, eight hundred dollars.
=> Burger King is the second most costly … Its startup cost could cost as much as two million, eight hundred thousand dollars.
Apply 3. Which franchise has the smallest/largest range between the min. and max. startup cost?
=> Hampton Inn has the largest range of startup costs. It ranges from three million, seven hundred sixteen thousand to fifteen million, one hundred forty-eight thousand, eight hundred dollars.
=> Kumon has the smallest range of startup costs. It ranges from thirty-three thousand to one hundred thirty thousand dollars.
Apply 4. Read aloud all the startup costs that greater than one million dollars. Round the number to the nearest hundred thousand. 
3,716,000=> 3.7 million. 
2,560,000=> 2.6 million

Eiken-Jan.24

 grits are a porridge made from boiled cornmeal.


Online Lesson-Jan.24

Speak in 3 Review Blog Some people say that online games have a bad influence on young children.  Check what others said. => STT Speak your response in 3 sentences.
7:45 Eiken-2nd Review CD-18 #15 
CD-33 #29 Blog Listen-> Repeat-> Words=> STT Repeat  
Report the dialogue said in 2 sen. 
8:00 Inside Reading Unit 7  Reading-2 Franchising #5
Review Reading -> Reading Skill: Reading Numerical Tables
Blog Write the answers in full sentences. Spell out the numbers: one hundred forty-eight thousand
Apply 1. What is the least costly franchise to start? What is the second least costly franchise to start?
Apply 2. What is the most costly franchise to start? What is the second most costly franchise to start?
Apply 3. Which franchise has the smallest/largest range between the min. and max. startup cost?
Apply 4. Read aloud all the startup costs that greater than one million dollars. Round the number to the nearest hundred thousand. 3,716,000=> 3.7 million. 2,560,000=> 2.6 million
-> Vocabulary Activity B.  -> Piggly Wiggly
8:30 Parts of Speech Review Blog  [7] Verb-VN (Transitive)   [8] Verb-VNN (sb/sth) => Correction
8:35 Blog [9] Adverb-1: manner
[9] Adverb-2: frequency
[9] Adverb-3: frequency, grade
9:00 Lesson Review No Lesson on 1/27-> 1/31 at 6:00 pm

2022年1月20日木曜日

Parts of Speech-Jan.20

[7] Verb-VN (Transitive/他動詞)
Fred plays tennis well. He also watches videos all the time. He often eats ice cream. He enjoys talking to his friends very much. He doesn’t like studying math so much but he is studying it hard now. After that, he will cook dinner, eat it with his family, and wash the dishes after dinner. Then, he will watch TV with his family. He will take a shower, brush his teeth, and read a book before going to bed.
I went to London last year. I visited a library. The library looked ancient. I liked the building a lot. A guide told me that it was/is modern. I bought a postcard and sent it to my parents. They sent me an email in return.

[8] Verb-VNN (someone, something)
Dad bought me a cute pencil case on my birthday. Mom made me a birthday cake. My brother gave me nothing. He said he would buy me a strawberry smoothie someday. I will not give him anything on his birthday.
Fred sent me a text message last night. He asked me an interesting question. I called him immediately and told him my answer. Later, he wrote me another question. It didn’t seem important. I didn’t give him a reply.
A foreigner asked me the way to a museum. She showed me a photo of the museum. I gave her the directions. I also taught her the way to the nearby station. She thanked me a lot.

Task Write six sentences about you or someone. 
Use at least one transitive verb (VN/VNN) in each sentence. 
Put (v) after a verb, and (n) after each object
   Dad bought (v) me (n) a new smartphone. (n) I took (v) some photos (n) with the smartphone.

Eiken-Jan.20

all of this year’s sales reports,

Speak in 3-Jan.20

What do you think about that? 
=> STT Speak your response in 3 sentences.
  l. I (don’t) think online games/young children/it … 
2. When/Young children/They/Online games …
It is … often, tends to, 
addicted/addictive/addiction, 
be indulged in -ing/sth, 
spend too much time -ing, 
can't help playing games
can't stop playing games

Online Lesson-Jan.20

Show & Tell Presentation=> Q&A => Type your comment in two or three sentences.
Speak in 3 Eiken 3-10 Some people say that online games have a bad influence on young children. What do you think about that? => STT Speak your response in 3 sentences.
7:45 Eiken-2nd Review CD-32 #28 
CD-18 #15 Blog Listen-> Repeat-> Words=> STT Repeat  
8:00 Inside Reading Unit 7  Reading-2 Franchising #5
Study Words/Expressions #2 [Advantages of owning a franchise/L.44] ~
[Par 4-7]  L44 advantage; favored position/circumstance, benefit <-> disadvantage -> advantageous   L49 floor space -> shelf space  L53 ongoing; current, continuing   L53 research and development   L54 up-to-date; current -> year/month-to-date  L54 competitive  - involving competition: ~ sport/industry/business  - eager to do better than others in an activity: ~ person/team, ~ advantage -> competitiveness  L59 acknowledge -> Corpus/p.109 ; accept, agree, recognize  - to tell someone, usually in a letter or email, that you have received something they sent you: ~ receipt of the email -> CL62 benefit from (v)  to be helped by something or to help someone: ~ from his wisdom/support  L62 paid for; buy L60 be inclined to -> Corpus/p.111  incline - to (make someone) feel something or want to do something; tend to -> incline to/toward sth- to think that a belief/pinion is probably correct; t: I ~ to the view that peace can be achievedL59 overlap -> Corpus/p.109 -> D.<=共通試験 L65 be motivated to -> motivate sb to …, -> motivation  L68 close economic relationship / L81 economic status / local economies -> Corpus/p.110 -> F. => STT L70 found guilty of   L72 similarly L73 the entire chain  L77 let to a great expansion -> expand   L82 strengthen <-> weaken=> Read aloud Par.6  Signal words: For instance, Similarly, Finally
8:35 Parts of Speech Review Blog [5] Verb-S+V (Intransitive/自動詞) [6] Verb-S+V+Adverb => Blog [7] Verb-VN (Transitive/他動詞[8] Verb-VNN (someone, something)
Task Write six sentences about you or someone. Use at least one transitive verb (VN/VNN) in each sentence. Put (v) after a verb, and (n) after each object. Dad bought (v) me (n) a new smartphone. (n) I took (v) some photos (n) with the smartphone.
9:00 Lesson Review  No Lesson on 1/27-> 1/31 at 6:00 pm  Received Kikutan?

2022年1月17日月曜日

Parts of Speech #2-Jan.17

[6] Verb-S+V (Intransitive/自動詞)+Adverb
Danny works hard. He stayed up late last night. He got up early this morning. He talks a lot.
Cindy usually walks slowly. She sometimes runs fast in the park. She swam yesterday in the lake.
Diana sings beautifully. She dances well. She laughs loudly but speaks quietly. She studies hard to get good grades.
went downtown yesterday. I arrived there late. I came home early.


Task Write five sentences about yourself and another five sentences about someone in your family/class/team. Use the verbs from the sample sentences and add an adverb (or more) in each sentence.
 Put (be) after a “be verb,” (v) after a verb, and (adv) after an adverb.


Parts of Speech #1-Jan.17

[5] Verb-S+V (Intransitive/自動詞)
I got up at seven. I slept for 7 hours. I walked to school. I sat at my desk. I swam in the pool.
Ron’s grandfather lived in Denver. He ran every morning. He then swam in the swimming pool. He seemed healthy but he suddenly died last year. Ron went to the funeral. He felt very sad. He cried a lot.

Eiken-Jan.17

When she got to the train station, 
hurried back to the station

Online Lesson-Jan.17

7:30 Speak in 3 Review Blog Nowadays, some students practice their English online instead of attending local schools. Do you think the number of such students will increase in the future?
Check what others said.=> STT Speak your response in 3 sentences.
7:45 Eiken-2nd Review CD-17 #14 
CD-32 #28 Blog Listen-> Repeat-> Words=> STT Repeat  
Report the passage in 2 sen. 
8:00 Inside Reading Unit 7  Reading-2 Franchising #4
Review Blog Write definitions: Check comments, model
Study Words/Expressions #1 [Intro ~ Franchise Defined]
[Par 1-3]  L7 fulfill (BrE fulil) do sth necessary, expected, promised; accomplish, achieve, execute, implement, realize, preform: ~ a duty/obligation/promise, ~ the terms/conditions/need  L7 independent (adj) -> ~ store/retailer/business  L9 dated back several generations  to have existed for a particular length of time or since a particular time: This tradition dates back to medieval times. L15 competed with ->competitive (L54)  L16 eventually; finally, sooner or later, someday  L16 abandon; leave behind, desert, dump, quit   L17 altogether; completely, as a whole, in total  L19 over the last/next few decades  L21 permission<- permit -> permit   L22 outlet  a store: a factory ~, retail ~s.  L23 apply for  -> application  L26 start-up fee/cost/investment  L27 regulations  L28 uniformity; consistency, regularity  L33 identical  exactly the same, or very similar; ~ twins: The test is ~ to the one you took last year.  
L35 graded -> A/p.108  - a measure of the quality of a student’s performance, usually represented by the letters A (the best) through F (worst)  - a school class or group of classes in which all the children are of a similar age/ability  - the degree of slope of land or of a road or path    L39 be likely to  L40 the entire complement of stores <=p.103 a set or group   entire; whole, complete; the/ones ~ family/book/town/salary/month  L40 is made up of ; consist of, comprise, include   L43 child care center 
=> Par.3 STT
8:25 Parts of Speech Review Blog[4] Verb-look/hear/see/smell/feel/seem (知覚動詞) & Adjective
=> Correction
8:30 Blog [5] Verb-S+V (Intransitive/自動詞)
Task Write five sentences about yourself and another five sentences about someone in your family/class/team. Use the verbs from the sample sentences.
Put (be) after a “be verb,” (v) after a verb, and (adj) after an adjective.
8:45 [6] Verb-S+V (Intransitive/自動詞)+Adverb
Task Write five sentences about yourself and another five sentences about someone in your family/class/team. Use the verbs from the sample sentences.
Put (be) after a “be verb,” (v) after a verb, and (adv) after an adverb.
9:00 Lesson Review Remind Show & Tell Schedule  共通結果