スミス英会話塚口校 レッスンの復習2

Dear students,

The Smith’s School of English 2009 Barbecue Event last Sunday was a great success! Thank you again to all the people who joined!

Below are 2 stories about the barbecue event with questions.  It is based on The Japan Sea.  The first version is easier. The second version is more difficult. You can choose the version that you like and answer the questions.  I will give the answers to all  questions here next week.  If you have any questions, you can ask me in class.  Enjoy!

Derek (^.^)/

Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi

スミス英会話塚口校

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https://smithweb.co.jp/school/tsukaguchi.shtml 

 

Smith’s School of English 2009 Barbecue Event 

Version 1

Last weekend I had an appointment to go to a Smith’s School of English barbecue event with some students. We met at Hankyu Tsukaguchi Station and got into students’ cars. The drivers’ names were Yoshihisa and Fumiko. We drove to Al’s house in Ikeda for about 30 minutes and arrived at about 1:30pm. We ate meat, vegetables, seafood, Japanese food and cake. I ate 2 pieces of cake!  We drank tea, coffee, soft drinks or alcoholic beverages. I drank 2 cups of soft drinks and a cup of hot coffee. I served hot coffee and talked with people. Some people sang karaoke songs or played games in English.  Everybody had a good time! I left Al’s house at about 7:30pm and went back home by car.

1. Did I have an appointment?

2. What kind of appointment?

3. Did I go alone?

4. What were the drivers’ names?

5. Where did we meet?

6. Did we go by train?

7. How long did we drive for?

8. What time did we arrive at Al’s house?

9. Did we go straight to Al’s house?

10. How many cups of soft drinks did I drink?

11. How much cake did I eat?

12. What time did I leave Al’s house?

13.  What did I do between 1:30pm and 7:30pm?

 

 Version 2

Last weekend I had an appointment to go to a Smith’s School of English barbecue event with some students. We met at Hankyu Tsukaguchi Station outside the south exit and got into students’ cars.  The drivers’ names were Yoshihisa and Fumiko. We drove safely to Al’s house in Ikeda for about 30 minutes, chatting happily along the way until we arrived at his house at about 1:30pm. We parked the cars and went into his house. It was a very nice house. On the first floor, there was a living room, dining room, kitchen, etc. Outside the living room was a very nice sunroom which opened up onto a cute little yard with nice  grass.  There were 3 barbecue grills nearby on which some things were cooked. The meat had been marinated beforehand. We ate meat, vegetables, seafood, Japanese food and cake. I ate  2 pieces of cake!  I had bought the cake at COSTCO that very morning.  Everything was delicious! We drank tea, coffee, soft drinks or alcoholic beverages. I drank 2 cups of soft drinks and a cup of hot coffee with cream and sugar. I served hot coffee and talked with people. Some people sang karaoke songs or played games in English.  Everybody had a good time! I left Al’s house at about 7:30pm by car. I was driven home by Yoshihisa.

1. Did I have an appointment?

2. What kind of appointment?

3. Did I go alone?

4. What were the drivers’ names?

5. Where did we meet?

6. Did we go by train?

7. How did we drive?

8. What did we do along the way?

9. What time did we arrive at Al’s house?

10. Did we go straight to Al’s house?

11. What did we do before going into Al’s house?

12. How was Al’s house?

13. What was on the first floor of Al’s house?

14. What was outside the living room?

15. What was some food cooked on?

16. What had been done to the meat beforehand?

17. When had I bought the cake?

18. How was the food?

19. What time did I leave Al’s house?

20.  What did I do between 1:30pm and 7:30pm?

21. How did I go back home?

22. Who drove me home?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Replies to “スミス英会話塚口校 レッスンの復習2”

  1. Derek,

    Great! These will be fun to do with the students. Thank you. I and my students are looking forward to the next big event.

    Al (SSE Okamoto)

  2. Al,

    You are welcome. I’m looking forward to the next joint Smith’s School of English event!

    Derek
    Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi

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