Student Examples for the Week of Jan 27, Otsu Students Write!
Here are some fantastic one point example sentences written by the [very determined and focused] students at our English conversation school in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture. We hope that they will help you to better understand how to use this week’s one point. Please enjoy studying our One Points! Be sure to check back later as more fun student examples will be added.
I believe Hokkaido will have good weather next week but I’m not sure so I will bring an umbrella. (Hitoshi)
I believe (there are no samurai in Japan now) but I’m not sure so (I will confirm it with my Japanese friend). (Shigeki)
I believe (it will not be rainy) but I’m not sure so (let’s bring our umbrellas). (Yoshiko)
I believe I locked the front door of my house but I’m not sure so I had to go back to confirm my suspicion. (Mari)
I believe there are no samurai in Japan now but I’m not sure so I will confirm it with my Japanese friend. (Shigeki)
I believe (we have a meeting with our vice-president on Friday afternoon) but I’m not sure so (I’ll let you know after checking my e-mail.) (Hiroki)
I believe (you can buy delicious ready made food at 20% off after about 7:30pm) but I’m not sure so (please try to visit the shop at that time). (Mariko)
I believe (it takes about 40 minutes to get to Nagahama by train) but I’m not sure so (you should ask the station staff). (Shigemi)
I believe (it will be snowy tomorrow) but I’m not sure so (I will watch the weather forecast). (Michi)
I believe (we are ready to go) but I’m not sure so (I’m gonna check our bags again). (Edward, SSE Otsu Teacher)
I believe that it will be a full moon tonight but I’m not sure so I will ask my astronomy-buff friend. (Kumiko)
I believe it will snow tomorrow but I’m not sure so I will watch the weather forecast. (Michi)
I believe it takes about 40 minutes to get to Nagahama by train but I’m not sure so you should ask the station staff. (Shigemi)
To see this week’s one point including Japanese translation and 1 [non] student example in English and Japanese, click HERE… Gambatte!
Every week one point English phrase lessons are posted on this site, to be studied by students and used in class. Many of our students then write their own student examples in their notebooks and if they are good, the teachers will then choose the best student examples to be posted here, for all students to benefit from. If you would like to see your examples posted here, write ’em down on a scrap of paper and submit them in to your Smith’s English teacher. Don’t forget your name and school location if you want it posted to the student examples page.
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