Unit 8 – Part 3

VOCABULARY

BASIC VOCABULARY FOR Unit 8 – Part 3

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♪ 3-39 MODEL SENTENCES (p.114)

What is your dream job?
理想の仕事は何ですか?
What is your dream job?
Risou no shigoto wa nan desu ka?
I’d love to be an architect.
ぜひ、建築家になりたいです。
I’d love to be an architect.
Zehi, kenchikuka ni naritai desu.
I’d love to have my own company.
ぜひ、自分の会社を持ちたいです。
I’d love to have my own company.
Zehi, jibun no kaisha o mochitai desu.
I’d love to work in education.
ぜひ、教育に携わりたいです。
I’d love to work in education.
Zehi, kyouiku ni tazusawaritai desu.
もし、あなたが将来つきたい仕事がはっきりしているのなら、 「I’d love to be an architect.」のように、それをそのまま伝えましょう! I’d love to be an architect.
If you already know the exact job you want to do, good for you! Just say the job name.
また、将来どんな種類の仕事についてみたいかが分かっている場合は、例えば「I’d love to have my own company.」のように答えることができます。 I’d love to have my own company.
You can also answer with an expression about the type of job you’d like to have someday.
最後に、もし将来つきたい仕事がはっきりしていないのなら、「I’d love to work in education.」のように、単に興味のある分野について述べてもいいでしょう。 I’d love to work in education.
Finally, you can just mention a field of interest if you don’t know the exact job you’d like to have.

♪ 3-40 MODEL SENTENCES (p.115)

What do you think is important in a job?
仕事をする上で大切なことは何だと思いますか?
What do you think is important in a job?
Shigoto o suru uede taisetsuna koto wa nan da to omoimasu ka?
For me, having fun is important.
私にとっては、楽しむことが大切です。
For me, having fun is important.
Watashi ni totte wa, tanoshimu koto ga taisetsu desu.
For me, having fun is most important.
私にとっては、楽しむことが一番大切です。
For me, having fun is most important.
Watashi ni totte wa, tanoshimu koto ga ichiban taisetsu desu.
ここで、「most」という言葉は、伝えたいことを特に強調したいときに付け加えられます。仕事をする上で大切なことはいろいろとあげられると思いますが、この「most」は、本当に一番大切な事柄にだけ付けるようにしましょう。 most
The word “most” is used when you want to give added emphasis to your point. You can have several important points, but use “most” only with the number 1 most important one.

♪ 3-42 SOUNDING NATURAL NOTE: Take the final “no-questions” challenge (p.116)

Sounding Natural Note: Take the final “no-questions” challenge Sounding Natural Note: Take the final “no-questions” challenge
では、質問に頼らずに話を続けることができるようになったかどうかを確認するために、最後に練習をしてみましょう。パートナーと協力して、「質問なし」の8行の会話文を書いてください。まずは理想の仕事についてから始めて、お互いに仕事で何が一番大切だと思うかについて書いていきましょう。行き詰まってしまったら、先生にアドバイスをもらいましょう。 To demonstrate your ability to converse without relying on questions, work with a partner to complete the following eight-turn sequence without using any questions. Begin with a statement about your dream job, then move into what you both find most important in a job. If you get stuck, please ask your teacher for help.

♪ 3-43 (USA), 3-44 (UK), 3-45 (AUS)  LISTENING PRACTICE (p.117)

A: Will you still be living here after you graduate (1)?
B: Yeah, probably. It depends on my job situation. But in five years or so I hope to be living abroad.
A: Really? That’s great. I’ll probably (2) still be living with my parents.
B: Oh yeah? Are you planning to continue living with them even after you get a job?
A: Well, it’s quite common where I’m from. Personally, (3) I think it’s okay.
B: Interesting. I can’t wait to get out on my own! What do you think is a good age to leave home?
A: Good question… after I get married, I guess. Maybe your (UK: in your) late twenties (4)?
B: Yeah, I agree. You need a good job in order to support yourself.
A: For sure (5). What’s your dream job?
B: Well, I’d love to work as a photojournalist, traveling the world and taking pictures.
A: Wow, sounds exciting! I take it you don’t want to be stuck (6) behind a desk!
B: Oh, you got that right! (AUS: you bet) What’s important for you in a job?
A: Well, not having to move, believe (7) it or not.
B: Really?
A: Yeah. I want to live and work near my parents so I can take care of them.
B: That’s very noble (8) of you!