5-10 “Making Preparations to Travel”

Module 5, Unit 10

“Making Preparations to Travel”

Base Sentences – (736-750)

736 I didn’t realize the time had passed so quickly.

736 私は、時間があっという間に過ぎていたことに気づかなかった。

737 I’ve got a lot of things to do before I can leave.

737 私は残すことができます前に、やることがたくさん持っている。

738 For one thing, I’ve got to drop by the bank to get some money.

738 一つには、私はいくつかのお金を得るために銀行に立ち寄るようになってきました。

739 It’ll take almost all my savings to buy the ticket.

739 それは、チケットを買うために、ほぼすべての私の貯金を取るよ。

740 Oh, I just remembered something! I have to apply for a passport.

740 ああ、私はちょうど何かを思い出した!私はパスポートを申請する必要があります。

741 I almost forgot to have the phone disconnected.

741 私はほとんどの携帯電話が切断するのを忘れている。

742 It’s a good thing you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

742 それはあなたが私の重いコートを取るために思い出させた良いことだ。

743 I never would have thought of it if you hadn’t mentioned it.

743 あなたはそれを言及していなかったら、私はそれを考えてもみなかった。

744 I’ll see you off at the airport. 744 私は空港であなたを見送ります。

745 They’re calling your flight now. You barely have time to make it.

745 彼らは今、あなたの飛行を呼んでいる。あなたはやっとそれを作るための時間を持っている。

746 You’d better run or you’re going to be left behind.

746 あなたは、より良い実行すると思いますか、取り残されるようになるだろう。

747 Don’t forget to cable to let us know you arrived safely.

747 私たちはあなたが無事に到着を知らせるためにケーブルに忘れないでください。

748 I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but it’s too late now.

748 私は何かを忘れてしまったと確信しているが、それは今では手遅れ。

749 Do you have anything to declare for customs?

749 あなたは、通関のために宣言するには何も持っていますか?

750 You don’t have to pay any duty on personal belongings.

750 あなたは、私物の義務を支払う必要はありません。

Verb Study

1. apply (applied, applying) for

(A) I have to apply for a passport. (B) I applied for my visa three weeks ago. (C) What are you applying for? I’m applying for a job.(A)私は、パスポートの申請をしなければならない。 (B)私は3週間前に私のビザを申請した。 (C)あなたは何のために適用している?私は仕事に応募しています。

2. disconnect (disconnected, disconnecting)

(A) I almost forgot to have the phone disconnected. (B) They disconnected the water and the gas. (C) Why are you disconnecting the phone?(A)私はほとんど電話が切断された持っているのを忘れていました。 (B)彼らは、水やガスを切断。 (C)なぜあなたは携帯電話を切断している?

3. remind (reminded, reminds), mention (mentioned)

(A) It’s a good thing you reminded me to take my heavy coat. (B) She reminded me of my sister. (C) That reminds me. I have to go see my doctor. (D) I never would have thought of it if you hadn’t mentioned it. (E) Don’t mention it. I was glad to do it.(A)それはあなたが私の重いコートを取るために思い出させた良いことだ。 (B)彼女は私の妹のことを思い出した。 (C)それは私に思い出させる。私は医者を見に行く必要があります。あなたはそれを言及しなかった場合(D)私はそれを考えてもみなかった。 (E)はそれを言及しないでください。私はそれを行うことが嬉しかったです。

4. arrive (arrived, arrives, arriving), see (saw) … off

(A) Don’t forget to cable to let us know you arrived safely. (B) She arrives today on the 6:25 train. (C) I’m arriving in San Francisco tomorrow at 9: 30 a.m. (D) I’ll see you off at the airport. (E) We saw our friends off at the railroad station last night.(A)私たちはあなたが無事に到着を知らせるためにケーブルに忘れないでください。 (B)彼女は、午前6時25分電車の中で、今日到着。 (C)私は9時明日サンフランシスコに到着しています:30(D)は私が空港であなたを見送りますです。 (E)我々は昨夜鉄道駅で私たちの友人を見送った。

5. cable (cabled, cables, cabling)

(A) Don’t forget to cable me when you arrive. (B) I cabled my mother last night. It cost ten dollars. (C) She cables me once aweek to let me know how she is. (D) I’m cabling my wife now. I’m telling her where I am. (A) あなたが到着したときに(A)ケーブルが私には忘れないでください。 (B)私は昨夜母にケーブル接続。それは10ドルの費用がかかる。(C)彼女は一度ケーブルを私に一週間は、私は彼女がいかにあるかを知らせます。 (D)私は今、私の妻を配線しています。私はどこに私は彼女に言っています。

6. declare (declared)

(A) Do you have anything to declare for customs? (B) We declared that we weren’t going with them. (C) We declared our love for each other. (D) We’ve never declared our personal belongings for customs.(A)は、通関のために宣言するには何も持っていますか? (B)私たちは、我々は彼らと一緒に行くされていないことを宣言した。 (C)私たちはお互いのために私たちの愛を宣言した。 (D)私達は習慣のために私達の個人的な持ち物を宣言したことがない。

7. pay (paid, paying), pay (paid) … back

(A) You don’t have to pay any duty on personal belongings. (B) He paid me the ten dollars he owed me. (C) We’re paying him for the new house today. (D) I’ve never paid you back the ten dollars I owe you. (E) I’ll lend you some money if you’ll pay it back soon.(A)あなたは、私物の義務を支払う必要はありません。 (B)彼は私に彼が私を負って10ドルを支払った。 (C)今日は新しい家のために彼を払っている。 (D)私はあなたを借りて10ドルを返済したことがない。あなたはすぐにそれを返済するだろう場合(E)私はあなたにいくつかのお金を貸してあげよう。

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a I didn’t realize the time had passed so quickly.

1b I had no idea the time had passed so quickly.

1c I simply couldn’t believe the time had passed so quickly.

1d I couldn’t believe the time had passed so quickly.

2a I’ve got a lot of things to do before I can leave.

2b I’ve got a lot of things to be done before I can leave.

2c I’ve got a lot of things that have to be done before I can leave.

2d I’ve got a lot of things left to do before I can leave.

3a For one thing, I’ve got to drop by the bank to get some money.

3b For one thing, I’ve got to drop by the bank to cash a check.

3c For one thing, I’ve got to drop by the bank to close my checking account.

3d For one thing, I’ve got to drop by the bank to get some traveler’s checks.

4a It’ll take almost all my savings to buy the ticket.

4b It’ll take almost all my salary to buy the ticket.

4c It’ll take almost all my money to buy the ticket.

4d It’ll take almost all my hard-earned money to buy the ticket.

5a Oh, I just remembered something! I have to apply for a passport.

5b Oh, I just remembered something! I have to get a visa.

5c Oh, I just remembered something! I have to go and get some inoculations.

5d Oh, I just remembered something! I have to leave my forwarding address.

6a I almost forgot to have the phone disconnected.

6b I almost forgot to have the milk delivery stopped.

6c I almost forgot to have the furniture covered up.

6d I almost forgot to have the postman stop delivering my mail.

6e I almost forgot to have the dog taken to the kennels.

7a It’s a good thing you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

7b Luckily, you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

7c Fortunately, you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

7d By some good fortune, you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

7e It’s lucky for me you reminded me to take my heavy coat.

8a I never would have thought of it if you hadn’t mentioned it.

8b It wouldn’t have occurred to me if you hadn’t mentioned it.

8c I would have forgotten it if you hadn’t mentioned it.

8d It would have slipped my mind if you hadn’t mentioned it.

8e It would have escaped me if you hadn’t mentioned it.

9a I’ll see you off at the airport.

9b I’ll say good-bye to you at the airport.

9c I’ll tell you good-bye at the airport.

9d I’ll kiss you good-bye at the airport.

10a They’re calling your flight now. You barely have time to make it.

10b They’re calling your flight now. You hardly have time to make it.

10c They’re calling your flight now. You just have time to make it.

10d They’re calling your flight now. You just barely have time to make it.

10e They’re calling your flight now. You may just have time to make it.

11a You’d better run or you’re going to be left behind.

11b You’d better run or you’re going to miss your flight.

11c You’d better run or you’re going to miss your train connection.

12a Don’t forget to cable to let us know you arrived safely.

12b Don’t forget to send a cable to let us know you arrived safely.

12c Don’t forget to send a telegram to let us know you arrived safely.

12d Don’t forget to write to let us know you arrived safely.

13a I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but it’s too late now.

13b I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but it’s a little late now.

13c I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but I shouldn’t worry about it now.

13d I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but I mustn’t think about it now.

14a Do you have anything to declare for customs?

14b Do you have any articles to declare for customs?

14c Do you have any goods to declare for customs?

14d Do you have any prohibited articles to declare for customs?

15a You don’t have to pay any duty on personal belongings.

15b You don’t have to pay any duty on things for your own use.

15c You don’t have to pay any duty on your personal articles.

15d You don’t have to pay any duty on used cameras.

15e You don’t have to pay any duty on used clothing.

15f You don’t have to pay any duty on birds and pets.

Reading Practice

Everyone told me to make my travel preparations early, but I thought I had plenty of time. I had no idea how much there was to do, and I waited much too long before I began getting ready. 誰もが私の旅行の準備を早期にするために私に言ったが、私はたくさんの時間を持っていたと思った。私がやっていたどのくらい理解していませんでした、と私は準備を始めた前に私はあまりにも長い間待っていた。

First, I had to apply for a passport and visa because I was going to visit a foreign country. I had to get several innoculations at the doctor’s office. まず、私が外国を訪問するつもりだったので、パスポートとビザを申請しなければならなかった。私は医者のオフィスでいくつかinnoculationsを取得しなければならなかった。

Then I needed to drop by the bank and get some traveler’s checks. At the same time, there were many things to be taken care of at home. それから私は、銀行によってドロップすると、いくつかのトラベラーズチェックを取得する必要がありました。同時に、家庭での世話をすることがたくさんありました。

I had the phone disconnected and the dog taken to the kennels, but I almost forgot to have the milk and newspaper deliveries stopped. 私が電話を切断していたし、犬は犬小屋に連れて行かれたが、私はほとんど牛乳と停止新聞配達を持っているのを忘れていました。

The postman had to remind me to leave my forwarding address at the post office. I know it would have slipped my mind if he hadn’t mentioned it. 郵便配達は郵便局で私の転送先アドレスを残すために私を思い出さなければならなかった。私は彼がそれに言及していなかった場合、それは私の心を滑っていたを知っています。

The day I was supposed to leave, I realized I still hadn’t received my passport and visa. I simply couldn’t believe the time had passed so quickly. I was really afraid I would be left behind. 私が去ることになっていた日は、私はまだ私のパスポートとビザを受け取っていないということに気付きました。私は単純に時間があっという間に過ぎていた信じられませんでした。私は、私は取り残されるであろう本当に恐れていた。

Fortunately, the mail was delivered early and my passport arrived. By the time I got to the airport, they were already tailing my flight. I just barely had time to make it. 幸いなことに、メールが配信され、早期に私のパスポートが到着しました。私が空港に着いた頃には、彼らはすでに私の飛行を尾行しました。私はかろうじてそれを作るために時間を過ごしました。

As soon as I sat down inside the plane, I remembered that I hadn’t taken my camera, but it was too late to worry about that. I would have to buy another one if I wanted to take pictures. できるだけ早く私は機内に座っとして、私は私のカメラを取っていなかったことを思い出したが、それは心配するには遅すぎました。私は写真を撮りたいと思った場合は、別のものを購入しなければならないでしょう。

I did have a wonderful time during this trip, but the next time I plan to travel, I’m going to be sure to start preparing early enough to avoid all the last-minute problems. 私はこの旅行中に素晴らしい時間を持っていたが、私は旅行を計画されて、次回は、私はすべての最後の分の問題を避けるために、早期に十分な準備を開始することを確認するつもりです。

Questions:

1. Why did I wait so long to begin getting ready for my trip?

2. What did I need because I was going to visit a foreign country?

3. What were the things I had to take care of at home?

4. Why was I afraid I would be left behind?

5. What did I forget to take?

6. Why is it a good idea to begin making travel plans early?

CONVERSATION

Dialog 1

MRS. JONES: I’m sure I’m forgetting something, steward, but I don’t know what it is. STEWARD: Do you have your passport, Mrs. Jones? MRS. JONES: Yes, I have it right here. And I have the boat tickets. What else could it be? STEWARD: You have all your suitcases, don’t you? MRS. JONES: I believe so. Let’s see. One … two… three… four … five. Yes, they’re all here. STEWARD: Well, it seems to me you have everything you need, Mrs. Jones. MRS. JONES: No, I don’t. Something is missing, but I can’t think what it could be. STEWARD: Don’t worry about it now. The ship is about to leave. By the way, where is Mr. Jones? MRS. JONES: Mr. Jones? Oh! Now I know what it is! I forgot my husband!

Dialog 2

CLERK: May I help you, sir? JIM: Yes, I want to buy a personal gift for my brother. He’s taking a trip to South America. CLERK: Is he going by ship or by plane? JIM: He’s flying. My gift will have to be something light in weight. What can you suggest? CLERK: What about this wallet? It’s made of very fine leather: JIM: My sister already gave him one. I’d like something unusual. CLERK: Here is a gift for the man who has everything. JIM: Oh, a folding toothbrush That’s a wonderful idea. I’ll take it.

WORD LIST

article

barely

belongings

bird

cable

check

checking account

connection

customs

delivery

duty

flight

fortune

forwarding address

goods

hard-earned

hardly

inoculation

kennel

luckily

lucky

oh

passport

prohibited

safely

salary

traveler’s check

use

visa

VERB FORMS

cable

cash

cover up

declare

drop by

escape

kiss

leave behind

mention

pass

see off

EXPRESSIONS

for one thing

slip one’s mind

Supplementary Word List

(Conversation and Reading Practice)

folding toothbrush

steward

unusual

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