英会話練習帳

英会話練習帳
(Reading)
In the pablic bath.
We put our clothes in a locker.
We go into the bath through the sliding doors.
We use the plastic basin.
We usually take our own basin to the sento.

"Our" means watashitachino in Japanese.
"Clothes" is called fuku in Japanese.
"Through" means tootte in Japanese.
"Sliding doors" is called hikido in Japanese.
"Use" means tsukau in Japanese.
"Plastic basin" is called purasutikku no oke in Japanese.
"Take" means motteiku in Japanese.
"Own" means jishinno in Japanese.

「私たちは、服をロッカーに入れます。」
We put our clothes in the locker.
We don't put our clothes in the locker.
You put your clothes in the locker.
You don't put your clothes in the locker.
Do you put your clothes in the locker?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.
What do you put in the locker?

「私たちは、引き戸を通り風呂に入ります。」
We go into the bath through the sliding doors.
We don't go into the bath through the sliding doors.
You go into the bath through the sliding doors.
You don't go into the bath through the sliding doors.
Do you go into the bath through the sliding doors?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.

「私たちは、プラシチックの桶を使います。」
We use the plastic baiin.
We don't use the plastic baiin.
You use the plastic baiin.
You don't use the plastic baiin.
Do you use the plastic baiin?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.

「私たちは、普通銭湯に自分自身の桶を持って行きます。
We usually take our own basin to the sento.
We don't usually take our own basin to the sento.
You usually take your own basin to the sento.
You don't usually take your own basin to the sento.
Do you usually take your own basin to the sento?
Yes, we do.
No, we don't.
What do you usually take to the sento?

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