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英会話練習場

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。

基本の基 一般動詞14

基本の基 一般動詞
「~させる」let

「私は、~させる。」
I let
I don't let
You let
You don't let
Do you let?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.

「私は、彼にそれをさせる。」
I let him to do it.
I don't let him to do it.
You let him to do it.
You don't let him to do it.
Do you let him to do it?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.

"Him" means kareni in Japanese.

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基本の基 一般動詞13

基本の基 一般動詞
「~する」do

「私は、~する。」
I do
I don't do
You do
You don't do
Do you do?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you do?

「私は、宿題をする。」
I do my homework.
I don't do my homework.
You do your homework.
You don't do your homework.
Do you do your homework?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you do?

"Homework" is called shukudai in Japanese.

「私は、夕食前に宿題をする。」
I do my homework before dinner.
I don't do my homework before dinner.
You do your homework before dinner.
You don't do your homework before dinner.
Do you do your homework before dinner?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
When do you do your homework?

"Before dinner" means yuushoku mae in Japanese.

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英会話練習帳

英会話練習帳(Reading)

We make a crane of paper.
We make wine from grapes.
We make apples into cider.

"Crane" is called tsuru in Japanese.
"Wine" is called wain in Japanese.
"Cider" is called saida- in Japanese.

「私たちは、紙で鶴を作る。」
We make a crane of paper.
We don't make a crane of paper.
You make a crane of paper.
You don't make a crane of paper.
Do you make a crane of paper?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.
What do you make of paper?

「私たちは、ぶどうでワインを作ります。」
We make wine from grapes.
We don't make wine from grapes.
You make wine from grapes.
You don't make wine from grapes.
Do you make wine from grapes?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.
What do you make from grapes?

「私たちは、リンゴでサイダーを作ります。」
We make apples into cider.
We don't make apples into cider.
You make apples into cider.
You don't make apples into cider.
Do you make apples into cider?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.
What do you make into cider?

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基本の基 一般動詞12

基本の基 一般動詞
「作る」make

「私は、作る。」
I make
I don't make
You make
You don't make
Do you make?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you make?

「私は、たこを作ります。」
I make a kite.
I don't make a kite.
You make a kite.
You don't make a kite.
Do you make a kite?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you make?

"Kite" is called tako in Japanese.

「私は、紙でたこを作ります。」
I make a kite of paper.
I don't make a kite of paper.
You make a kite of paper.
You don't make a kite of paper.
Do you make a kite of paper?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you make of paper?

"Paper" is called kami in Japanese.

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英会話練習帳

英会話練習帳(Reading)

I want to go to America.
I have a desire to get a new camera.
I'm desiring to see our teacher.

「~したい」want to ~, have a desir to ~, be desiring to ~

「私は、アメリカへ行きたい。」
I want to go to America.
I don't want to go to America.
You want to go to America.
You don't want to go to America.
Do you want to go to America?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
Where do you want to go?

「私は、新しいカメラを買いたい。」
I have a desire to get a new camera.
I don't have a desire to get a new camera.
You have a desire to get a new camera.
You don't have a desire to get a new camera.
Do you have a desire to get a new camera.
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you have a desire to get?

「私は、私たちの先生に会いたい。」
I'm desiring to see our teacher.
I'm not desiring to see our teacher.
You are desiring to see our teacher.
You aren't desiring to see our teacher.
Are you desiring to see our teacher?
Yes, I am.
No, I'm not.
Who are you desiring to see?

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基本の基 過去形10

基本の基 過去形
「保つ」keep - kept

「私は、保った。」
I kept.
I didn't keep.
You kept
You didn't keep
Did you keep?
Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.
What did you keep?

「私は、今日じっとうちにいました。」
I kept in my house today.
I didn't keep in my house today.
You kept in your house today.
You didn't keep in your house today.
Did you keep in your house today?
Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.

"Today" means kyou in Japanese.


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基本の基 3単現12

基本の基 3単現
「云う」say - says

「彼女は、云う。」
She says
She doesn't say
Does she say?
She does.
No, she doesn't.
What does she say?

「彼女は、言葉をはっきり云う。」
She says words clearly.
She doesn't say words clearly.
Does she say words clearly?
Yes, she does.
No, she doesn't.

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英会話練習帳

英会話練習帳(Reading)

The red color won't go off.
After all the toothache went off.
The old man went off at last.

"After all" means yatto in Japanese.
"At last" means toutou in Japanese.

「その赤色は、あせるでしょう。」
The red color will go off.
The red color won't go off.
Will the red color go off?
Yes, it will.
No, it won't.

「歯痛が、なくなった。」
The toothache went off.
The toothache didn't go off.
Did the toothache go off?
Yes, it did.
No, it didn't.

「その老人は、立ち去った。」
The old man went off.
The old man didn't go off.
Did the old man go off?
Yes, he did.
No, he didn't.

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基本の基 過去形9

基本の基 過去形
「送る」「送った」send - sent

「彼は、送った。」
He sent
He didn't send
Did he send?
Yes, he did.
No, he didn't.
What did he send?

「彼は、息子を大学にやった。
He sent his son to college.
He didn't send his son to college.
Did he send his son to college?
Yes, he did.
No, he didn't.
Who did he send to college?

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基本の基 一般動詞11

基本の基 一般動詞 
「云う」say

「私は、云う。」
I say
I don't say
You say
You don't say
Do you say?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you say?

「私は、よく”ありがとう”と云います。」
I often say "Thank you".
I don't often say "Thank you".
You often say "Thank you".
You don't often say "Thank you".
Do you often say "Thank you"?
Yes, I do.
No, I don't.
What do you often say?

"Often" means yoku in Japanese.

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