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  • Well, hello and welcome

  • to this English listening practice lesson.

  • This lesson is a little bit different.

  • In fact, this video is a little bit different.

  • This is a 360-degree video.

  • That means if you're watching it on your phone

  • and if you move your phone around,

  • you can look all around me.

  • You can look in all different directions.

  • You might have to use your finger on your phone to do it.

  • Or if you're on a computer, you can use your mouse.

  • If you put your mouse right on the video,

  • you can look left, right, up, and down.

  • So, here is what I'm going to do.

  • In a few moments, the scene will change

  • and I will be hiding somewhere.

  • You'll need to look in every direction

  • and try to figure out where I'm hiding.

  • And while you're doing that,

  • you'll hear my voice kind of giving you hints.

  • So, I hope you like this English listening practice lesson.

  • I'm trying out something new,

  • I think it will be a lot of fun,

  • and I'm just gonna call it, "Where's Bob?"

  • It's a little bit like "Where's Waldo?"

  • At the end, after about 30 or 40 seconds of looking,

  • I will pop out somewhere and you will be able to see me.

  • So, let's get started.

  • I hope you enjoy this English listening practice lesson.

  • [Bob] So let's make this first one somewhat easy.

  • Remember, you're trying to look in every direction

  • and you're trying to find me.

  • I'm actually peeking out from the place

  • I'm hiding in right now.

  • I am behind something.

  • If you are looking towards the river,

  • you are looking in the wrong direction

  • and you'll need to turn around.

  • I'm hiding somewhere between the barn and the house.

  • I'm not in the house, I'm not in the barn,

  • I'm somewhere outside in between both of those buildings.

  • In a few seconds,

  • you will see me jump out from behind the tree

  • and you will have found the place where I was hiding.

  • Now, I'm running around the tree.

  • Hopefully, you found me and you see me now.

  • This next one is a little more difficult.

  • It's actually quite easy to find Jen,

  • but it will be very challenging to find me.

  • I am completely out of sight.

  • I will tell you this.

  • I am not in the flowerbed that you see.

  • I am not close to Jen who is out cutting flowers.

  • You might think that I am in the bushes behind Jen,

  • but I'm not there either.

  • If you look in the other direction,

  • you might think that I'm in the sunflower patch,

  • but I'm not there either.

  • I'm actually hiding behind something

  • that is black and has two wheels.

  • In a moment, you'll see me jump out from behind the trailer

  • and climb onto the riding mower.

  • We also sometimes call this a garden tractor,

  • or we just call it the lawn mower.

  • I'll let you just spend the last few seconds

  • looking at Jen's flowers.

  • So, I decided it would be fun

  • if I finish this lesson by going for a little drive.

  • And while I was driving,

  • I saw this gas station, which is under construction.

  • I'll tell you where I'm not hiding.

  • I'm not hiding behind the building.

  • I'm not hiding in the building

  • and I'm not hiding behind any of the gas pumps.

  • The place where I'm hiding

  • might actually start to shake a little bit right now.

  • And I'll tell you this.

  • I am inside of something.

  • And the place that I am inside of stinks quite a bit.

  • In a moment, you will see a door open

  • and you will see me come out of what we call a porta-potty.

  • We sometimes also call this a Johnny-on-the-spot.

  • It is a portable bathroom that is often found

  • at events and on construction sites.

  • A town close to me has a brand new roundabout.

  • This is a roundabout.

  • We're still getting used to roundabouts in Ontario, Canada.

  • They are relatively new for us.

  • Normally, we just have stop signs, or four-way stops,

  • or intersections with stoplights,

  • but lately, they've been starting to build roundabouts.

  • I know these are very common in other parts of the world,

  • but it's something that I'm still getting used to.

  • It was a little bit hard to find a place to hide

  • in the center of the roundabout.

  • Oops, I think I just gave you a big clue.

  • I'm somewhere in the center of the roundabout.

  • I'm definitely not behind a tree

  • and my feet are kind of sticking out

  • from the place where I'm hiding.

  • There I am, popping up from behind the sign

  • in the center of the roundabout.

  • You can see that I'm now in an area where there are stores,

  • and there is also a restaurant that is called Tim Hortons.

  • Tim Hortons is a very popular restaurant in Canada

  • and people go there to get coffee, donuts,

  • or maybe something else to eat.

  • You can see vehicles are currently going through

  • the drive-through.

  • Sometimes, people don't want to get out of their vehicles

  • when they want food,

  • so they go through the drive-through.

  • But where am I hiding?

  • If you look closely by the front entrance

  • of the Tim Hortons,

  • you'll see that I was hiding just behind the building,

  • and I've now popped out,

  • and you can see that I was standing

  • just behind the building the whole time.

  • A little further down from the Tim Hortons,

  • you'll find a grocery store as well as a hardware store.

  • The hardware store sells many things like tools, screws,

  • nails, basically all the stuff that you need

  • if you want to fix something.

  • The grocery store, of course, sells groceries

  • and this is the grocery store where we buy

  • many of our groceries on a weekly basis.

  • But where am I?

  • Am I in the grocery store?

  • Am I in the hardware store?

  • Am I doing a little bit of shopping

  • when I'm supposed to be making an English lesson for you?

  • I'll let you look around a bit

  • to try and figure out where I am.

  • Oh! The door of my van just opened.

  • I was hiding in my van the whole time.

  • So, that was a bit of a tricky one for you,

  • sorry about that, but I was just in my van.

  • In Canada, we call the sport

  • played on a field like this, soccer,

  • but I know that many of you call it football.

  • In Canada and in the United States,

  • football is that other game where you throw the ball

  • and try to get touchdowns.

  • We call this game soccer.

  • It was actually a little bit difficult

  • finding a place to hide.

  • There weren't many places where I could go behind

  • in order to hide from you when I was at the soccer field.

  • But if you look closely at the place

  • where soccer players try to shoot the ball towards,

  • you might see me hiding behind one of the goalposts.

  • In a moment, I'll jump out

  • and do my best impression of a goalkeeper

  • or goalie, as we sometimes say.

  • But certainly, this is a cool place for people to go

  • when they want to play the game of soccer.

  • Well, I'm home again and I'm hiding.

  • If you look towards the barn,

  • you might catch a glimpse of Oscar sitting on the lawnmower.

  • He really enjoys sitting there for some reason.

  • Often when Jen is unloading the flower cart,

  • Oscar will sit on the seat of the lawnmower.

  • Sometimes, I wonder if someday he'll learn how to start it

  • and mow some lawn, then he'd be able to earn his keep.

  • Where am I, though?

  • Well, I am close to the basketball net

  • and I've just jumped out.

  • If you look towards the basketball net,

  • you will see that there was a large bush.

  • I think it might actually just be a weed

  • and I was hiding behind it.

  • Well, thank you so much for watching

  • this English listening practice lesson.

  • I hope you enjoyed it.

  • I hope you enjoyed the 360-degree video

  • and the kind of cool experience that you were able to have.

  • And I hope that I can do a few more of these in the future.

  • Maybe I'll do a lesson like this every couple of months.

  • Anyways, Bob the Canadian here.

  • Thank you so much for watching this English lesson.

  • If you're new here, don't forget to click

  • that red subscribe button somewhere.

  • I don't know what direction it is.

  • And if you have a bit more time,

  • why don't you stick around and watch another English lesson?

  • (lighthearted guitar music)

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Where's Bob? A Super Fun English Lesson in 360 Degrees!

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    fiona51 に公開 2021 年 07 月 19 日
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