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NHKラジオ講座(ラジオ英会話・実践ビジネス英語)のテキストには載っていない、番組中の会話を書き起こしています。



keen to
K: Keen to means to be interested in doing or trying something.
S: 何かをしたり、やってみたりするのに興味がある。
K: For example, I would really like to learn to scuba dive when I travel. So I could say "I'm keen to learn scuba diving next time I go to TAhailand."
S: なるほど、そうですか。例えば、旅行したときにスキューバダイビングを習ってみたいといったときには、"I'm keen to learn scuba diving next time I go to Thailand." 「次にタイに行った時に、スキューバダイビングを習ってみたい」というふうに言うということでしたね。



K: 皆さんこんにちは。遠山顕です。ラジオ英会話、新年度のスタートです。今年度から聞き始める方、Welcome! そしてこれまでの皆さん、Welcome back! ではさっそく、一緒にこの番組を盛り上げていただくケイティーさんとジェフさんを紹介します。Katie.
KA: Yes, hello! Enjoy listening and learning and laughing together with us, and it's great to be here with you.
K: Thanks. Jeff?
J: I'm really looking forward to studying with you. It's going to be another wonderful year.
K: 英語のコミュニケーションの技術と面白さをご一緒に学んで参りましょう。Keep listening, keep practicing, and keep on smiling! この調子で、一年よろしくお願いします。


ANOTHER SITUATION!
They can't stop laughing.
二人は笑いが止まらない。

I'm swamped with work.
Why don't you make a to-do list?
I did. I have 31 things to do.
Wow. Still it's better than 32.
You said it.
Is it really necessary to do everything today?
Not really.
Cross out the things that aren't urgent. Then start with the most difficult task.
That'll take all morning.
It'll be worth it, Anna. Trust me.
Where did you get that idea?
On the one and only ラジオ英会話.

K: What a wonderful happy ending here.
KA: Yes.
J: Yes.
K: Well, listeners must be swamped with work this month.
KA: Right, but keep listening to ラジオ英会話.
K: It'll be worth it. So once again until next time
J: Keep listening
KA: Keep practicing
K: And keep on smiling.
All: Bye!




ANOTHER SITUATION

They are in Japan.
彼らは日本にいる。

Chako! There's someone interested in your sado set.
Coming! Hello there.
Hi. How much are you asking for this sado set. It's very pretty.
I haven't actually thought about it yet. How about 4,500 yen?
Could you come down in price a little?
All right. How does 4,000 sound?
I'll take it. The price suits me to a tee.
That's very witty. Thanks for your business. ありがとうございます。
どういたしまして。
またいらっしゃいませ。
はい参ります。


KA: Ken, that was a very fun dialogue. Thank you.
K: どういたしましティー。
KA: Tea?
K: Well, that's about it for today, so until next time
J: Keep listening
KA : Keep practicing
K: And keep on smiling
All: Bye.

ANOTHER SITUATION


They don't get along.
彼らは上手くいっていない

Let's have a garage sale.
What? Hello? A garage sale in the middle of winter?
Yeah, why not?
Hello again. No one will show up.
Sure they will. People love a bargain.
What do you know about people?
I know people like the back of my hand.
I'm not so sure about that.
Don't worry. I am. And if we play our cards right, we can put the house on the market next month.
You can't even play Go Fish right.
Speak for yourself.
Now, what should we sell?
Your power tools?
Now that's a tough call.
How about all your books?
How about all yours?
Okay, all except ラジオ英会話.


K: Okay. Time's up.
J: So Ken, can you finish in like one second?
K: Now that's a tough call. Let me finish in five. Well, that's about it for today, so until next time
J: Keep listening
KA: Keep practicing
K: And keep on smiling
All: Bye

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