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Michelle and I are inspired by all the young people who made today’s marches happen. 


Keep at it. you’re leading us forward. Nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for change. 



I’m proud to support them. by Lady Gaga


It is our goal to get #never again trending amongst any and all social media platforms we can. 





If there’s no assault weapon ban passed,we’ll vote them out. 



To you the politicians in Washington for not hearing our cries for justice,enough is enough. 




Student’s voices be shunned into silence. 



Watch out NRA. 



I’ll be voting in 2 years. 


〈slackivism〉is over.

slach+activism 怠ける+社会運動




I’m inspired by the today’s TV program. 

My goal is to get the new job which I can use English when I work. 





nhkテレビで中国語講座 第1課





你好 ni3hao3



妈 お母さん

麻 麻

马 馬(ヘェ〜)

骂 罵る(驚いたように)





你好 ni3hao3:こんにちは

你好 ni3hao3:こんにちは

谢谢 xie4xie:ありがとう

不客气 bu2ke4qi:どういたしまして


好吃 hao3chi1(食べ物が)美味しい

好喝 hao3he1 (飲み物が)美味しい











入門ビジネス英語 3/12

入門ビジネス英語 2018/3/12 #入門ビジネス英語 L43 業績の見込みについて語る


Guided by our mission to deliver healthy food , our company grew as a soybean specialist. Our main products are tofu, or bean curd, miso paste, and soy milk.
As for over seas production, we have a plant in Ohio, USA. Tofu and soy milk are produced there and are sold in North America. We also have a miso paste production line near Shanghai.

How’s business in China?

Our products including miso paste have been popular there. but with the Chinese economy slowing down, sales are expected to level off soon.

入門ビジネス英語 3/5 3/6

入門ビジネス英語 2018/3/5 #入門ビジネス英語 L41 プレゼンの進め方について説明する
5 月 Lesson41 プレゼンの進め方について説明する
9/4 の再放送です。
Good morning, everyone. I’m Naotaya Kitano, head of marketing at Yoyogi foods in Singapore.
First, I’m going to talk about our activities.
And then my colleague Lucy will do a cooking demonstration. We won’t have a separate Q and A session, so please feel free to interrupt us at anytime. We’d like to this occasion to be informal and interactive. After all, this isn’t a shareholder’s meeting, right?
Will we have a chance to try some samples?
Of course you will. That will come immediately after the cooking demonstration.



To begin with, let me touch upon the history of our company. Our founder, Yoichiro Nakata, started growing soybeans near Tokyo in 1947 when there were still food shortages. Nakata thought soybeans could be an ideal substitute for meet.
Was that because soybeans contain essential nutrients?
That’s right. Soybeans are refferred to as ‘meat of the fields’ in Japan, because they cntain protein and other important nutrients. Nakata set up a company in Yoyogi, Tokyo. That’s where the company name comes from.







“◯◯の北東部 northeastern “


The 2011 earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan 



have affected people 



in many different ways



生きがい“sense of purpose “



For one young woman in Iwate prefecture 


the disaster was what gave her


a sense of purpose in life



“女性の female”


She's only the second female driver


at the company 





New England is consists of 6 states in northeastern united states. 



I never had a sense of purpose in my life until I started doing volunteer work. 





Kabuki actors  who plays female roles are called Onnagata.



NHK 高校からはじめる現代英語 2018/3/10










New Train Driver Assumes Post

新人の列車運転士が職務に就く Part1

The 2011 earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan have affected people in many different ways. For one young woman in Iwate Prefecture, the disaster was what gave her a sense of purpose in life.

Seika Utsunomiya was in her first year of senior high school in the city of Miyako when the disaster struck. The tsunami washed away a large part of the Sanriku Railway line that runs along the coast. Witnessing the destruction, she set her mind on becoming a train driver.

Utsunomiya, now 23, drove her first train on Saturday. “ My passengers entrust their lives to me. I’m feeling that strongly today,” she told reporters. “ I feel a deep sense of responsibility.” The rail line was fully restored in 2014, becoming a key symbol of recovery in the area. Utsunomiya joined the railway company in April last year.
As the local media repeatedly covered the young trainee’s aspiration, she has become a symbol of rebirth as well. She is only the second female driver at the company.



in many different ways 多くの様々な点で
a sense of purpose in life 生き甲斐
struck →strike 襲う
wash away  洗い流す
destruction 破壊
witness 目の当たりにする
assume one’s post 地位・職務を引き受ける、
entrust (他人を信頼して何かを)委ねる
restore 復旧する
recovery 復興
aspiration 強い願望、熱望すること(高い目標も持って)
rebirth 再生

a). 影響する
influence 人の考えや行動に、じわじわと間接的に
affect 直接に影響、 災害や悪影響には affect


b). 高校一年生
in her first year of senior high school
first year にいる
a first year student = freshman

c). a large part of 大部分ではない。


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Do you need some help?
Where can I buy an umbrella near here?
At the convenience store. It’s that way.
Sorry where should I go?
It’s that way. It’s only 5 minutes from here.
Actually I’m pretty lost.
What are you looking for?Maybe I can take you there.
is there a bank near here?
There’s atm in the convenience store.
Do you need to use ATM?or do something else at the bank?
Well I need to exchange some dollers for yen.
You need to go to a bigger bank.

Sorry would you say that again?

I’d like to go to the grobal bank.Do you know where

the bank is. They have good exchange rate.
I’m not sure. but I’ll ask. Do you need the address?
I have a map. What’s the name of this street?
I’m not sure the name.
What’s the nearest station?
It’s called Suzume station.
I’ll check some bank around the station.
How can I get to the station?
Can you see the traffic light?
At the traffic light turn left. It’s about 5 minutes from here.
Thank you so much.