英語単語 覚え方-[Dorothy and Wizard in Oz13]

英語単語 覚え方 は繰り返して見ること、繰り返しの方法は英語小説を読むこと。

 

• 英語単語を覚えても忘れる

– 学生時代に英語単語を覚えても覚えても直ぐ忘れてしまった。

– なので指が痛くなる程強く鉛筆で書いたり、単語帳を作ったり、パソコンで単語のクイズプログラムで学習したり、その以外にもいろいろやって見た。全て効果がないと言えないけど単語ひとつ覚えたら覚えておいた単語5個を忘れてしまう、こういう感覚だった。

– 頑張って一回覚えた英単語は忘れたくない。。

 

 

• 忘れずに覚えた 英語単語 覚え方 は繰り返して見ること

 

– 英語単語を覚えたら忘れるのは当たり前のこと。

– 1段階 : 英語単語 覚え方 が悪かったらただ1分後に忘れる。英語単語 覚え方 が素晴らしかったら数日間続く。

– 2段階 : 上で言及したように1分でも数日間でもとにかく忘れちゃうのが正常。それでは英語単語 覚え方 が分かってもそれだけは十分じゃないですね。英語単語 覚え方 を他の言葉に変えて忘れれない 英語単語 覚え方 がもっと正確な言葉になると思います。

 

 

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①英語原稿



 

 

“Isn’t that a great deal?” she asked, doubtfully.

 

“Why, it’s a great deal for Uncle Hugson, but not for me.

 

I’m a splendid worker.

 

I work as well as I sleep,” he added, with a laugh.

 

“What is your name?” said Dorothy,

 

thinking she liked the boy’s manner and the cheery tone of his voice.

 

“Not a very pretty one,” he answered, as if a little ashamed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

②イメージ化された英語原稿



 

 

“Isn’t that a great deal?”

英語単語 覚え方

 

 

she asked, doubtfully.

 

 

“Why, it’s a great deal for Uncle Hugson,

 

 

but not for me.

 

 

I’m a splendid worker.

 

 

I work as well as I sleep,”

 

 

he added, with a laugh.

 

 

“What is your name?” said Dorothy,

 

 

thinking she liked the boy’s manner

 

 

and the cheery tone of his voice.

 

 

“Not a very pretty one,” he answered,

 

 

as if a little ashamed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

③英語聴き取り



 

 

 

“Isn’t that a great deal?” she asked, doubtfully.

 

“Why, it’s a great deal for Uncle Hugson, but not for me.

 

I’m a splendid worker.

 

I work as well as I sleep,” he added, with a laugh.

 

“What is your name?” said Dorothy,

 

thinking she liked the boy’s manner and the cheery tone of his voice.

 

“Not a very pretty one,” he answered, as if a little ashamed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

④読み安い区切り方



 

 

“Isn’t that/ a great deal?”/ she asked,/ doubtfully./

 

“Why, it’s a great deal/ for Uncle Hugson,/ but not for me./

 

I’m a/ splendid worker./

 

I work/ as well/ as I sleep,”/ he added,/ with a laugh./

 

“What is your name?”/ said Dorothy,/

 

thinking/ she liked/ the boy’s manner/ and the cheery tone/ of his voice./

 

“Not a very pretty one,”/ he answered,/ as if/ a little ashamed./

 

 

 

 

 

 

⑤語彙解説



 

 

1. Ashamed (əˈʃeɪmd)


- Adj : Feeling shame or guilt

? 例文(覚えやすい)

“Are you ashamed for having lied?”

ashamed of my torn coat.”

ashamed to ask for help.”

“They were ashamed to show their work.”

“I was ashamed of myself for getting so angry.”

“It’s nothing to be ashamed of.”

 

 

? 例文(上級レベル)

上級レベルの例文も挑戦して見たいなら”Read more”をクリックしてください、頭が痛くなったらこのままパスしても結構です。

 

“Jo wasn’t ashamed of the great tear that dropped off the end of her nose, and Amy never minded the rumpling of her curls as she hid her face on her mother’s shoulder and sobbed out, “I am a selfish girl.””

 

“I’m really ashamed of my forgetfulness again, but I’m afraid it’s partly YOUR fault for entertaining me to the exclusion of yourself.”

 

“I only sat there on my tomb and read into what my little friend had said to me the fullness of its meaning; by the time I had grasped the whole of which I had also embraced, for absence, the pretext that I was ashamed to offer my pupils and the rest of the congregation such an example of delay.”

 

“I was ashamed (even now, perhaps, I am ashamed): I got to the point of feeling a sort of secret abnormal, despicable enjoyment in returning home to my corner on some disgusting Petersburg night, acutely conscious that that day I had committed a loathsome action again, that what was done could never be undone, and secretly, inwardly gnawing, gnawing at myself for it, tearing and consuming myself till at last the bitterness turned into a sort of shameful accursed sweetness, and at last–into positive real enjoyment.”

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