5-5 “Thinking About Possible Future Activities”

Module 5, Unit 5

“Thinking About Possible Future Activities”

Base Sentences – (661-675)

661 If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, I think I’ll go shopping.

661 それは明日は雨されない場合は、私は買い物に行くと思います。

662 There’s a possibility we’ll go, but it all depends on the weather.

662 そこに我々は行くよ可能性だが、それは、すべての天候に依存します。

663 If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll get a haircut.

663 明日時間があれば、私は散髪を得ると思います。

664 I hope I remember to ask the barber not to cut my hair too short.

664 私は短すぎる私の髪をカットしていないの理髪師に依頼することを忘れないで願っています。

665 My son wants to be a policeman when he grows up.

665 私の息子は、彼が育つ警官になりたがっている。

666 If I get my work finished in time, I’ll leave for New York Monday.

666 私は私の仕事が時間内に終了した場合は、私はニューヨーク月曜日残しておきます。

667 Suppose you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel?

667 あなたが旅行に行くことができなかったと仮定します。どのように感じるでしょうか?

668 What would you say if I told you I couldn’t go with you?

668 私はあなたと一緒に行くことができなかったことを言った場合、あなたは何を言うだろう?

669 If I buy that car, I’ll have to borrow some money.

669 私はその車を購入した場合、私はいくつかのお金を借りる必要があるでしょう。

670 If I went with you, I’d have to be back by six o’clock.

670 私はあなたと一緒に行ったら、私は6時までに戻ってする必要があると思います。

671 One of these days, I’d like to take a vacation.

671 これらの日の一つは、私は休暇を取るしたいと思います。

672 As soon as I can, I’m going to change jobs.

672 できるだけ早く私はできる限り、私は転職するつもりです。

673 There’s a chance he won’t be able to be home for Christmas.

673 彼はクリスマスのために家にすることができなくなります可能性があります。

674 We may be able to help you in some way.

674 我々はいくつかの方法であなたを助けることができるかもしれません。

675 If you were to attend the banquet, what would you wear?

675 あなたは宴会に出席していた場合、あなたは何を着るか?

Verb Study

1. depend (depends, depending) on

(A) It all depends on the weather. (B) You can depend on me to help you. (C) He’s depending on me to show him the house this afternoon.(A)これは、すべての天候に依存します。 (B)あなたはあなたを助けるために私に依存することができます。 (C)彼は、この日の午後、彼に家を見せるために私に依存している。

2. remember (remembered, remembers)

(A) I hope I remember to go to the barbershop. (B) I remembered it just in time. (C) Does he remember where he put the book? (D) He remembers my name, but he doesn’t really know me.(A)私は床屋に行くことを覚えたいと考えています。 (B)私はちょうど時間でそれを思い出した。彼は本を置く場所(C)彼は覚えていますか? (D)彼は私の名前を覚えているが、彼は本当に私を知りません。

3. cut (cuts)

(A) I hope the barber doesn’t cut my hair too short. (B) The barber cut my hair too short the last time. (C) My brother likes the way the barber cuts his hair. (A)私は床屋が短すぎる私の髪をカットしていません願っています。 (B)床屋が短すぎ、最後の時間を私の髪を切った。 (C)兄は床屋は彼の髪をカットする方法を好む。

4. suppose (supposing), assume (assumed, assuming)

(A) Supposing the weather was bad, where would you go? (B) Suppose you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel? (C) He assumed I wasn’t going on the trip. (D) He’s assuming he can make monthly payments on his new car.(A)あなたはどこに行くだろう、天気が悪かったと仮定すると? (B)あなたが旅行に行くことができなかったと仮定します。どのように感じるでしょうか? (C)彼は、私が旅行に行くされなかったと仮定。 (D)彼は彼が彼の新しい車に毎月の支払いを行うことができると仮定しています。

5. borrow (borrows, borrowed, borrowing)

(A) If I buy that car, I’ll have to borrow some money. (B) She often borrows money from her brother. (C) I’ve borrowed money from you several times, haven’t I? (D) I’m borrowing this book for a few days, if you don’t mind. (A) 私はその車を購入した場合(A)、私はいくつかのお金を借りる必要があるでしょう。 (B)彼女は頻繁に彼女の兄からお金を借ります。 (C)私は、私は、あなたから何回かお金を持っていない借りてきた?あなたが気にしない場合(D)私は、数日間、この本を借りています。

6. change (changes, changed) jobs

(A) As soon as I can, I’m going to change jobs. (B) He changes jobs every two or three months. (C) Mr. Green changed jobs a month ago.(A)のようにすぐに私ができるように、私は転職するつもりです。 (B)彼は、すべての二、三ヶ月のジョブを変更します。 (C)グリーン氏は一ヶ月前のジョブを変更しました。

7. attend (attends, attended)

(A) If you were to attend the banquet, what would you wear? (B) He always attends the weekly meetings.(C) I’ve attended most of the meetings. (D) Why don’t you plan to attend the banquet with me? (A) あなたは宴会に出席した場合(A)、あなたは何を着るか? (B)彼はいつも毎週のミーティングに出席。(C)私は会議のほとんどに出席してきました。 (D)なぜあなたは私と一緒に宴会に出席する予定がない?

Word/Phrase Sentence Substitution

1a If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, I think I’ll go shopping.

1b If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, I think I’ll run some errands.

1c If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, I think I’ll go to the market.

1d If it doesn’t rain tomorrow, I think I’ll attend the club meeting.

2a There’s a possibility we’ll go, but it all depends on the weather.

2b There’s a possibility we’ll go, but it all depends on how we feel.

2c There’s a possibility we’ll go, but it all depends on how much it’ll cost.

3a If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll get a haircut.

3b If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll go to the barbershop.

3c If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll go get my hair cut.

3d If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll shampoo my hair.

3e If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll go to the beauty parlor.

3f If I have time tomorrow, I think I’ll get my hair set.

4a I hope I remember to ask, the barber not to cut my hair too short.

4b I hope I remember to ask, the barber not to give me a short haircut.

4c I hope I remember to ask, the barber not to put tonic on my hair.

5a My son wants to be a policeman when he grows up.

5b My son wants to be an electronic engineer when he grows up.

5c My son wants to be an astronaut when he grows up.

5d My son wants to be a physicist when he grows up.

5e My son wants to be a highway engineer when he grows up.

5f My son wants to be an architect when he grows up.

6a If I get my work finished in time, I’ll leave for New York Monday.

6b If I get my work finished in time, I’ll be off for New York Monday.

6c If I get my work finished in time, I’ll depart for New York Monday.

6d If I get my work finished in time, I’ll head for New York Monday.

7a Suppose you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel?

7b Supposing you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel?

7c Let’s say you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel?

7d Assuming you couldn’t go on the trip. How would you feel?

8a What would you say if I told you I couldn’t go with you?

8b How would you react if I told you I couldn’t go with you?

8c What would be your reaction if I told you I couldn’t go with you?

8d How would you feel if I told you I couldn’t go with you?

9a If I buy that car, I’ll have to borrow some money.

9b If I buy that car, I’ll have to pay for it over 36 months.

9c If I buy that car, I’ll have to make monthly payments.

9d If I buy that car, I’ll have to use all my savings.

9e If I buy that car, I’ll have to get somebody to lend me money.

10a If I went with you, I’d have to be back by six o’clock.

10b If I went with you, I’d have to get my father’s permission.

10c If I went with you, I’d have to take an overnight bag.

11a One of these days, I’d like to take a vacation.

11b One of these days, I’d like to take a trip around the world.

11c One of these days, I’d like to go off on a vacation.

11d One of these days, I’d like to trade my old car in.

11e One of these days, I’d like to get rid of my old car.

12a As soon as I can, I’m going to change jobs.

12b As soon as I am able to, I’m going to change jobs.

12c As soon as I have an opportunity, I’m going to change jobs.

12d As soon as I find it possible, I’m going to change jobs.

13a There’s a chance he won’t be able to be home for Christmas.

13b There’s a chance he won’t be able to get any time off for the holidays.

13c There’s a chance he won’t be able to get leave in December.

13d There’s a chance he won’t be able to make it home at Christmastime.

14a We may be able to help you in some way.

14b We may be able to assist you in some way.

14c We may be able to aid you in some way.

14d We may be able to help you out in some way.

15a If you were to attend the banquet, the what would you wear?

15b If you were to attend the formal dance, what would you wear?

15c If you were to attend the reception, what would you wear?

15d If you were to attend the ceremony, what would you wear?

15e If you were to attend the wedding, what would you wear?

Reading Practice

There are some people who just can’t make up their minds by themselves. They frequently ask the advice of their friends and then do the opposite of what their friends have suggested. ただ自分で自分の心を作ることができない一部の人々があります。彼らは頻繁に彼らの友人のアドバイスをお願いして、その友人が示唆されていることの反対のことを行う。

My brother Tom is such a person. He can never decide what to do, and is always asking my opinion. I try to help him as well as I can, but he never takes my advice. Yesterday I answered his question in a different way. 弟トムはそのような人です。彼は何をすべきかを決めることはできない、といつも私の意見を求めている。私も私ができるように、彼を支援しようと、彼は私のアドバイスを取ることはありません。昨日、私は別の方法で彼の質問に答えた。

“Look,” he said, showing me a letter. “What do you think I ought to do?” The letter was an offer of a job. It seemed to be an excellent opportunity for a young engineer. Tom would be sent to Africa to work. The job would pay very well, and he would be able to travel and visit many interesting places. 見て、”彼は私に手紙を示す、と述べた。 “あなたは私がすべきどう思いますか?”手紙は仕事の申し出だった。それは、若いエンジニアのための絶好の機会であるように見えた。トムは仕事にアフリカに送られるだろう。仕事は非常によく支払うことになる、と彼は多くの興味深い場所を旅して訪れることができるだろう。

“What do you think, Bill?” he asked. “Should I go?” If I were to accept the job, I’d have to stay in Africa for two years. I might have to stay longer. But it would be wonderful experience for me. What should I do?” “あなたはビル、どう思いますか?”彼は尋ねた。 “私は行くべきか?”私は仕事を受け入れるとしたら、私は2年間アフリカに滞在する必要があると思います。私は長く滞在する必要があります。しかし、それは私にとって素晴らしい経験になるでしょう。私は何をすべきか?”

“Don’t go,” I told him. “You’d be very unhappy.” “Don’t go?” he looked very surprised at my answer. As you’ve probably guessed, Tom accepted the offer. I don’t know if it has occurred to him that I actually wanted him to take the job. “行かないで、”私は彼に言った。 “あなたは非常に不幸になるだろう。” “行かない?”彼は非常に私の答えに驚いていました。おそらく推測したように、トムは申し出を受け入れた。それは私が実際に彼が仕事を取りたいと思ったことを彼に起こったかどうかは知りません。

Questions

1. What do some people do when they can’t make up their minds?

2. What was in the letter that Tom showed to Bill?

3. Where would Tom be sent?

4. What did Bill advise Tom to do?

5. Why did Bill tell Tom not to take the job?

6. Do you think Bill did the right thing?

Conversation

Dialog 1

DAVE: Would you like to go to the movies with me tonight, Jean? JEAN: Thanks, Dave. I’d like to go very much, but there’s a possibility I’ll have to work at the library. DAVE: How soon will you know? JEAN: I should know this afternoon. Why don’t you call me up later? DAVE: All right. If you finish your work early, perhaps we can still go somewhere tonight. JEAN: Fine. Suppose I don’t get finished in time. Would you be able to go tomorrow night? DAVE: Sure, I can go tomorrow night, too.

Dialog 2

CHUCK: Will you be going home for Christmas this year, Nancy? Nancy? NANCY: I want to go, but I don’t know if I’ll have enough money by then. CHUCK: You live in Portland, Oregon, don’t you? Portland, Oregon, NANCY: That’s right. And the plane fare is very expensive. CHUCK: Why don’t you go by train? It would be cheaper than the plane. NANCY: Yes, but I don’t care for trains very much. CHUCK: How about the bus? That’s not very expensive, either. NANCY: I’m never comfortable on a bus, and it takes such a long time. CHUCK: Well, you can do one of two things, then. Either start saving your money for the plane fare, or start walking now.

WORD LIST

architect

astronaut

bag

banquet

barber

barbershop

beauty parlor

ceremony

Christmas

Christmastime

club

dance

electronic

formal

haircut

help

highway

market

monthly

opportunity

overnight

permission

physicist

policeman

reaction

reception

savings

tonic

vacation

VERB FORMS

aid

assist

attend

be back

be off (for)

borrow

depart

depend (on)

go off (on)

head (for)

help out

lend, lent (p. and p. part.)

run, ran (p.), run (p. part.)

shampoo

trade in

EXPRESSIONS

get finished

get (one’s) hair cut

get (one’s) hair set

get leave

get rid of

get time off

make payments

run errands

Supplementary Word List

(Conversation and Reading Practice)

comfortable

offer

roommate

save

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