2015年

11月

28日

クリスマスパーティのお知らせ!

日時:12月20日(日)午後6時~8時

場所:イタリアン居酒屋 SUN

参加費:

・食事代実費¥3500(飲み放題付き)

・プレゼント交換をしますので、¥1000相当のプレゼントをご準備ください。

定員:40名

申込み:12月13日(日)までに受付までお申出ください。


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2015年

11月

24日

Bishamondo Event - Lesson Time! by Mark

Hello everyone, it's Mark here, I had a great time during the event and I hope you all did too.
Many of the students that joined us for the event, had many questions about things we saw or talked about during the event, so here is a list of words and meanings which I noted down during the event.

Water Current : The speed of moving water, for example; the river we walked along had a fast current.
Water Current : 水流

Viper: A type of snake.
Viper: マムシ

Acorn: The seed of an oak tree.
Acorn: ドングリ

Heron: A type of bird.
Heron: 鷺

Scar: A mark on the skin left after a wound has healed.
Scar: 傷跡

Boar: A type of wild pig.
Boar: いのしし

Thumb: The largest(not longest) finger on your hand.
Thumb: 親指

Sheep Herder: A person that cares for and moves sheep around on a farm.
Sheep Herder: 羊飼い

Zebra Crossing/Pedestrian Crossing: The white striped part of the road, used to safely cross to the other side of the road.
Zebra Crossing/Pedestrian Crossing: 横断歩道

Please watch my bag for me: If you leave your bag somewhere, and you want someone to look after it, you can say this.
Can I leave my bag here with you?: This is a more polite way to ask someone to look after your bag.
Can I leave my bag here?: This question does not ask for anyone to look after your bag, it only asks if you can leave the bag in that area.

Please be careful using those 3 phrases!

To Spill: To tip some liquid or uncountable solid out of a container, for example; Oh no! I spilled coffee on the floor! or Oh no! I spilled my rice on the table!
To Spill: こぼす

Stain: A stain is a mark left after something that is dark coloured is absorbed into something that is light coloured, for example: Oh no! I just spilled Cola on my white shirt! it will have a brown stain if I don't wash it quickly!
Stain: しみ


That is almost all of the vocabulary that I taught during the event! I hope you can use these words and phrases the next time that you speak English!

Once again, thanks for coming to the event!

- Mark


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2015年

11月

24日

隠れん語 11月2週目 〜Autumn〜

今回の隠れん語WINNERさんです!

Mさん Congratulations again!!

秋も深まり紅葉シーズンも本番ですね。

今回のキーワードは秋です。

・persimmon  柿

・Autumn foliage 紅葉

・Pacific Saury  サンマ

・pine cone  松ぼっくり

・harvest moon  中秋の名月

・roasted chestnuts  焼栗

・gingko nuts  銀杏

・candied chestnuts  マロングラッセ

・acorn  どんぐり

・hayride  干し草用荷馬車の乗り物


What is your image of Autumn? Probably autumn foliage, roasted chestnuts and eating pacific saury. Well, in America, autumn starts in October in many places and it starts with a visit to the pumpkin patch. As you know Americans love to buy a giant pumpkin for a Halloween decoration. If you are lucky enough to live near a farm that sells pumpkins, you can take the kids there for a few hours and enjoy the day with your family. Of course, everyone goes to the pumpkin patch to get the best pumpkin they can, but the really smart farmers have found many ways to make money off the guests. They will generally charge a small admission and then when you get inside the farm, they will offer hayrides and pony rides. You can buy apple cider and fruits. There might even be bouncy houses and corn mazes. Of course, a farm always has a lot of animals like goats, sheep, chickens, cows, and horses. The kids love to play with the goats. If the weather is nice, you will truly enjoy those 2 or 3 hours out at the pumpkin patch.

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2015年

11月

24日

隠れん語 11月3週目 〜British foods with strange names〜



Toad in the hole

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2015年

11月

23日

School Trip to Bishamon-do Temple!

Thank you everyone for coming! Please enjoy the pictures below!


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