字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Catholic, Catholic, Catholic means of or relating to the Roman Catholic Church class class. Ah classes. A group of students who meet regularly to be taught a subject or activity. Confused, confused, confused, means unable to understand or think clearly. Draft Draft A draft is a version of something such as a report that you make before you make the final version. Giraffe Giraffe, a giraffe is a very tall African animal that has an extremely long neck and legs. Jesuit Jesuit, A Jesuit, is a man who is a member of a religious group called the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus. Order Order. An order is a religious organization whose members usually live together and promised to follow special rules and traditions. Patient patient patient means Able to remain calm and not become annoyed when waiting for a long time, pay attention, pay attention. Pay attention means to listen to watch or consider something or someone very carefully. Pencil Pencil. A pencil is an instrument used for writing and drawing that has, ah, hard outer part and the black or colored center. Part professor Professor Ah, professor is a teacher, especially of the highest rank at a college or university. Religious, religious religious means believing in a God or a group of gods and following the rules of a religion report report, a report is a written or spoken description of a situation or event. Sharpener Sharpener. A sharpener is a tool or machine that makes something sharp, since since since means in the time after a specified time or event in the past, or from a point in the past until the present time solution solution. A solution is something that is used or done to deal with and end. Ah, problem. Study Study to study means to learn about something by reading, memorizing, fax or attending school. Understand, Understand, to understand means to know the meaning of something. Violence, violence, Violence is the use of physical force to harm someone or to damage property. VIOLIN, VIOLIN The violin is a musical instruments that has four strings and that you play with a bow. In this lesson, you hear Ana and Thea other students talking about an activity that started in the past and is continuing. They use the present perfect continuous verb tense. You make it this way. Auxiliary verb plus B plus present participle. Listen to Ana talking about the class when she arrives, the class is waiting for the professor. She asks a question about the amount of time. How long has the class been waiting? You can also use the present perfect continuous with the words four and an amount of time. For example, Sarah uses four and a long time. I have been studying this topic for a long time. We also use the present perfect continuous with since and one point in time, for example, tailor uses since and last Night. I've been writing and rewriting since last night. We also use the present perfect continuous to talk about recent activities, the professor tells the students. I see you've been waiting very patiently. Listen to the conversation. Alice and John. How long have you been watching? Let's learn English. I've been watching it since last year. I've been watching it for 12 months. Now you try it. Answer the question yourself. How long have you been watching?