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英会話の基礎練習場です!ここで練習して実践コースに出よう! ゴルフは身体に、英会話は口に!  声をだして各回の英文を空で云えるまで練習を! これが英会話の基礎練習です。

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(Reading)
I like soba.
I like soba very much.
I like soba as much as udon.
I like soba better than udon.
I like soba much better than udon.

「とても」very much, 「~と同じほど」as much as ~、
「~よりもっと」better than ~
「~よりすっと」

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(Reading)
Soba is called buckwheat noodles in English.
Soba is made from buckwheat flour.
Soba is served inside a bowl of hot broth.
Soba is served with a cold dipping sauce.

Buckwheat flour is called sobako in Japanese.
Broth is called dashi in Japanese.
Dipping sauce is called tsuketsuyu in Japanese.

「そばは、そば粉で作られます。」
Soba is made from buckwheat flour.
Soba isn't made from buckwheat flour.
Is soba made from buckwheat flour?
Yes, it is.
No, it isn't.
What is soba made from?
It's made from buckwheat flour.
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(Reading)
What is nattou called in English?
It is called fermented soybeans in English.
Nattou is mixed with soy sauce.
Nattou is mixed with mustard and chopped spring onions.
It is served on top of cooked rice.

Shouyu is called soy sauce in English.
Kizaminegi is called chopped spring onions in English.
Karashi is called mustard in English.
Gohan is called cooked rice in English.

「混ぜる」mix - mixed - mixed
「~とまぜられる」be(am,are,is) miked with ~

「納豆は、からしときざみネギとまぜられます。」
Nattou is mixed with mustard and chopped spring onions.
Nattou isn't mixed with mustard and chopped spring onions.
Is Nattou mixed with mustard and chopped spring onions?
Yes, it is.
No, it isn't.
What is Nattou mixed with?
It is mixed with mustard and chopped spring onions.

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(Reading)
A Japanese breakfast is fromed of rice and miso soup.
A Japanese breakfast is served with broiled fish.
It is served with pickled vegetables.

Misoshiru is called miso soup in English.
Yakizakana is called broiled fish in English.
Tsukemono is called pickled vegetables in English.

「~からなる」be fromed of ~

「日本の朝食は、ご飯とみそ汁です。」
A Japanese breakfast is formed of rice and miso soup.
A Japanese breakfast isn't formed of rice and miso soup.
Is a Japanese breakfast formed of rice and miso soup?
Yes, it is.
No, it isn't.
What is a Japanese breakfast fromed of?
It is fromed of rice and miso soup.

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(Reading)
What is a shokudou called in English?
It is called a restaurant in English.
Wax samples of the food are displayed outside restaurants.
Set meals are served at restaurants.
Light meals are served at restaurants.

What is a set meal called in Japanese?
It is called a teishoku in Japanese.
What is a light meal called in Japanese?
It is called a keishoku in Japanese.

「食べ物の蝋見本」wax samples of the food
「食堂の外に」outside restaurants
「飾る」display - displayed - displayed
「飾られている」be(am, are, is) displayed

「食べ物の蝋見本が食堂の外に飾られている。」
Wax samples of the food are displayed outside restaurants.
Wax samples of the food aren't displayed outside restaurants.
Are wax samples of the food displayed outside restaurants?
Yes, they are.
No, they aaren't.
What is displayed outside restaurants?
Wax samples of the food are.
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(Reading)
Kissaten is called coffee shops in English.
Coffee is served in coffee shops.
Black tea is served in coffee shops.
Curry and rice is served in coffee shops.

Black tea is called koucha in Japanese.
Nihoncha is called Japanese tea in English.
Ryokucha is called green tea in English.

「(店で)~が出される」be served
「カレーが、喫茶店で出される。」
Curry and rice is served in coffee shops.
Curry and rice isn't served in coffee shops.
Is curry and rice served in coffee shops?
Yes, it is.
No, it isn't.
What is served in coffee shops?
Curry and rice is.
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(Reading)
A supermarket is called a suupaa in Japan.
Instant foods are sold there.
Canned drinks are sold there.

Instant foods are called insutanto shokuhin in Japanese.
Canned drinks are called kandorinku in Japanese.
What is insutanto coohii called in English?
It is called instant coffee in English.

「英語で」in English

受動態 動詞:「売る」sell - sold - sold
「インスタント食品は、スーパーで売られている。」
Instant foods are sold in supermarkets.
Instant foods aren't sold in supermarkets.
Are instant foods sold in supermarkets?
Yes, they are.
No, they aren't.
What is sold in supermarkets?
Instant foods are.

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受動態 Be-動詞 + 過去分詞 の練習「~される。」
「~と呼ばれる。」be (am,are,is) called ~
「呼ぶ」call - called - called (動詞の変化)

「コンビーニエンス ストアーは、コンビニと呼ばれます。」
A convenience store is called a "konbini".
A convenience store isn't called a "konbini".
Is a convenience store called a "konbini"?
Yes, it is.
No, it isn't.
What is a convenience store called?

(Reading)
A department store is called a "hyakkaten" in Japan.
A station is called an "eki" in Japanese.
A bus stop is called a "basutei" in Japanese.
A temple is called a "tera" in Japanese.
A shrine is called a "jinjya" in Japanese.
What is a hospital called in Japanese?
It's called a "byouin" in Japanese.

「日本で」in Japan, 「日本語で」in Japanese

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(Reading)
I often get some rice balls at the convenience store.
I got some rice balls at the convenience store this morning.
I will get some rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow.

「よく、しばしば」often. 「おにぎり」rice ball,
「コンビニ」convenience store

「私は、よくコンビニでおにぎりを買います。」
I often get some rice balls at the convenience store.
I don't often get any rice balls at the convenience store.
You often get some rice balls at the convenience store.
You don't often get any rice balls at the convenience store.
Do you often get any rice balls at the convenience store?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you often get at the convenience store?

「私は、今朝コンビニでおにぎりを買いました。」
I got some rice balls at the convenience store this morning.
I didn't get any rice balls at the convenience store this morning.
You got some rice balls at the convenience store this morning.
You didn't get any rice balls at the convenience store this morning.
Did you get any rice balls at the convenience store this morning?
Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.
Where did you get any rice balls this morning?

「私は、明日コンビニでおにぎりを買います。」
I will get some rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow.
I won't get any rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow.
You will get some rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow.
You won't get any rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow.
Will you get any rice balls at the convenience store tomorrow?
Yes, I will.
No, I won't.
What will you get at the convenience store tomorrow?







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(Reading)
Mother gets some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket everyday.
Mother got some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket this morning.
Mother will get some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket tomorrow.

「母は、毎日スーパーで数種類の野菜を買います。」
Mother gets some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket everyday.
Mother doesn't get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket everyday.
Does Mother get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket everyday?
Yes, she does.
No, she doesn't.
What does she get at the supermarket everyday?
Where does she get any sorts of vegetables everyday?

「母は、今朝スーパーで数種類の野菜を買いました。」
Mother got some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket this morning.
Mother didn't get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket this morning.
Did Mother get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket this morning?
Yes, she did.
No, she didn't.
What did Mother get at the supermarket this morning?

「母は、明日スーパーで数種類の野菜を買うでしょう。」
Mother will get some sorts of vegetables at the supermarket tomorrow.
Mother won't get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket tomorrow.
Will Mother get any sorts of vegetables at the supermarket tomorrow?
Yes, she will.
No, she won't.
What will she get at the supermarket tomorrow?