ビジネス英会話のビズメイツ!!

2016年10月27日

TOEFL Listening 黒Hackersのシャドーイングの復習 2;full-blown, turn something around, There you go!,worthy of notice



Hackers TOEFL Actual Test Listening:2nd Edition



続きです。
シャドーイングはアクセントとかイントネーションとか
どうやってネイティブっぽく、でも、正確な発音で喋るかってところに
重点を置いてやっているのですが、
せっかくTOEFLの素材なのでちょっとだけ背景知識も
まとめておきたいなってところです


p.58 part2 passage2

1. business classで先生が話している
all companies run into problems now and then.


2. 生徒の意見
It should have tried to make things right, instead of pretending that the problem didn't exist..


3. 先生の疑問。問いかけ。
what can a business do to prevent full-blown crises and maintain consumer faith in its products?

なんかこれとか前にもブログに書いた気がする。


4.
you tell me how the company could have used crisis management to turn the problem around.
turn something around = to change an unsuccessful business, plan, or system so that it becomes successful


5. crisis managementからquality controlの話
The company can take it one step further. Put yourself in the company's position..

6. 提案をした生徒とその答え
Something to create goodwill among customers.
- There you go!





p.63 part2 passage3
1. ステンドグラスについて生徒が言う
( I guess everyone knows what stained glass is..)
Like the colorful windows in cathedrals? I love that stuff.
- You've got it.



Stained Glass Artist Creates a Custom Window for Victorian Era House Near Boston



What is Fresco?






p.74 part1 passage1
1. the student unionの人が言う
Do you need information about our event schedule this semester? We have a lot going on around campus.


2. the student unionの人
what kind of fund-raising are you planing on?
この on


3. 学生が説明
we normally put on events to inform the student body about the benefits of good nutrition.
ここも on


4. 学生
we've decided that another one of our goals should be to help the less fortunate.


5. 学生
We thought it'd be a good way to expose our club to the student body and help some other people out in the process.
この out


6.
I want to make sure we're all on the same page and that everyone's available for the event.
on the same page= thinking in a similar way


7.
I'll talk with my group and then get back to you in a day or so.



p.78 part1 passage2
Jackson Pollock was an influential American painter, and the leading force behind the abstract expressionist movement in the art world.

Jackson Pollock documentary



1.
All famous artists are celebrated for one reason or another.

With Pollock, it's his unique style of painting that is worthy of notice.


American Regionalism is an American realist modern art movement that included paintings, murals, lithographs, and illustrations depicting realistic scenes of rural and small town America primarily in the midwest and deep south.
regionalism.png


2.
He would walk around his paintings and pour or drip paint here and there.


- Classicism and Neoclassicism | arts | Britannica.com

- ART ICON JACKSON POLLOCK | AKA “JACK THE DRIPPER”



はい、いったん今回はここまで!


posted by Jun at 06:06| TOEFL | このブログの読者になる | 更新情報をチェックする