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  • I will say each example two times. The first time, I will say it slowly

    それぞれの例を2回言います。1回目は、ゆっくりと言ってみます。

  • The second time, I will say it atnormal speed like a native speaker

    2回目は、ネイティブスピーカーのように普通のスピードで言ってみます。

  • It's really important that  you repeat along after me

    あなたが私の後に繰り返してくれることが本当に重要なのです。

  • so don't be shy. And repeat after each example.

    だから、恥ずかしがらないで。そして、それぞれの例の後に繰り返す。

  • Okay First example, 'I am'  

    OK 最初の例、「I am」。

  • goes to 'I'm'. 'I'm waiting for my friend.' 

    は「I'm」になります。'I'm waiting for my friend.

  • Okay, one more time. I'm waiting for my friend

    よし、もう一回だ。私は友人を待っている。

  • Next, 'he is' - 'he's' 'He's walking home.' 

    次に、「he is」-「he's」「He's walking home」。

  • Again, 'he's walking home'. 

    ここでも『彼は歩いて帰っている』。

  • 'she is' – 'she's'. 'She's reading a book.' 

    'she is' - 'she's' です。'She's reading a book.

  • And again. 'She's reading a book'. The next one, 'It is' = 'it's'. 

    そしてまた'She's reading a book'(彼女は本を読んでいる)。次は、『It is』=『it's』です。

  • 'It's a nice day.' And again, 'It's a nice day'. 

    'It's a nice day.そしてまた、『It's a nice day』。

  • Next one, 'You are' = 'you're'. 

    次は、「You are」=「you're」です。

  • 'You're a nice person.' And again, 'You're a nice person'. 

    'You're a nice person.そしてまた、『あなたは素敵な人だ』と。

  • 'we are' = 'we're'. 'We're ready for the test.' 

    'we are' = 'we're' です。'We're ready for the test.

  • 'We're ready for the test.' 

    「テストの準備はできています」。

  • Next one, 'they are' = 'they're'. 'They're very happy.' 

    次は、「they are」=「they're」です。'They're very happy.

  • 'They're very happy.' 

    「彼らはとても幸せです。

  • The last one, 'Lynn is' = 'Lynn's'. 'Lynn's teaching English.' 

    最後の「Lynn is」=「Lynn's」です。'Lynn's teaching English' (リンは英語を教えている)。

  • 'Lynn's teaching English.' 

    リンが英語を教えている」。

  • Good job, everyone. Let's move on

    皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次に進みましょう。

  • First one, 'what is' = 'what's'. 'What's my name?' 

    まず1つ目は、「What is」=「What's」です。'What's my name?

  • 'What's my name?' 

    「私の名前は何ですか?

  • 'where is' = 'where's' 'Where's the bus stop.' 

    'where is' = 'where's' 'Where's the bus stop.

  • 'Where's the bus stop.' Next one

    「バスの停留所はどこですか?次の1つ。

  • 'why is' = 'why's'. 'Why's she late?' 

    'why is' = 'why's' です。'Why's she late?

  • 'Why's she late?' Next

    'なぜ彼女は遅れたのか'次のページ

  • 'who is' = 'who's'. 'Who's your favorite singer?' 

    'who is' = 'who's' です。'Who's your favorite singer?

  • 'Who's your favorite singer?' 

    「好きな歌手は誰ですか?

  • 'when is' = 'when's'. 'When's your birthday?' 

    'when is' = 'when's' です。'When's your birthday?

  • 'When's your birthday?' Last one

    「あなたの誕生日はいつですか?最後の一枚。

  • 'how is' = 'how's'. 'How's the weather?' 

    'how is' = 'how's' です。'How's the weather?

  • 'How's the weather?' Great

    天気はどうだ」とか。最高だよ。

  • Good job, everyone. Let's move on.

    皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次に進みましょう。

  • Okay. The first one, 'is not' = 'isn't'. 'He isn't home.' 

    そうですか。1つ目の「is not」=「isn't」です。'He isn't home.

  • 'He isn't home.' Next

    「彼は家にいない」。次の方。

  • 'are not' = 'aren't'. 'They aren't coming to dinner.' 

    'are not' = 'aren't' です。'They aren't coming to dinner.

  • 'They aren't coming to dinner.' 'do not' = 'don't'. 

    'They aren't come to dinner.'do not' = 'don't' です。

  • 'I don't like doing homework.' 'I don't like doing homework.' 

    'I don't like doing homework.'I don't like doing homework.

  • 'does not' = 'doesn't'. 'She doesn't study very well.' 

    'does not' = 'does't' です。'She doesn't study very well.

  • 'She doesn't study very well.' 

    「彼女はあまり勉強しません。

  • Great job, everybody. Let's move on.

    皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次の段階に進みましょう。

  • First one, 'I will' = 'I'll'. 'I'll make lunch soon.' 

    まず1つ目は、「I will」=「I'll」です。'I'll make lunch soon.

  • 'I'll make lunch soon.' 

    「すぐにお弁当を作ります」。

  • Next, 'he will' = 'he'll'. 'He'll be late for dinner tonight.' 

    次に、「he will」=「he'll」です。'He'll be late for dinner tonight.

  • 'He'll be late for dinner tonight.' 

    「彼は今夜の夕食に遅れるだろう」。

  • Then, 'she will' = 'she'll'. 'She'll wash the dishes after dinner.' 

    その後、「she will」=「she'll」となります。'She'll wash the dishes after dinner.

  • 'She'll wash the dishes after dinner.' 

    「彼女は夕食後に皿を洗うよ」。

  • 'It will' = 'it'll'. 'It'll be a great evening.' 

    'It will' = 'it'll' です。'It'll be a great evening.

  • 'It'll be a great evening.' 

    「素晴らしい夜になるでしょうね。

  • 'you will' = 'you'll'. 'You'll have a great time at my wedding.' 

    'you will' = 'you'll' です。'You'll have a great time at my wedding.

  • 'You'll have a great time at my wedding.' 'we will' = 'we'll

    'You'll have a great time at my wedding.'we will' = 'we'll' です。

  • 'We'll go on vacation in May.' 'We'll go on vacation in May.' 

    'We'll go on vacation in May.'We'll go on vacation in May. (5月に休暇に行くよ)

  • 'they will' = 'they'll' 'They'll visit their mom in the summer.' 

    'they will' = 'they'll' 'They'll visit their mom in summer' となります。

  • 'They'll visit their mom in the summer.' 

    「彼らは夏になるとお母さんのところに行くんだよ。

  • The last one is a negative form. 'will not' becomes 'won't'. 

    最後は否定形です。'will not' は 'won't' になります。

  • 'I won't go to work tomorrow' 'I won't go to work tomorrow

    明日は仕事に行かない」「明日は仕事に行かない」。

  • Great job, guys. Let's move on.

    みんな、よくやった。次に進みましょう。

  • First one, 'I would' = I'd. 'I'd  

    最初の1つ、「I would」=「I'd」「I'd

  • like to help you make dinner.' 'I'd like to  

    like to help you making dinner』。'I'd like to

  • help you make dinner.' 'he would' = 'he'd' 

    が夕食作りを手伝ってくれる」。'he would' = 'he'd

  • 'He'd be a good choice for president.' 

    彼は大統領にふさわしい」と。

  • 'He'd be a good choice for president.' 

    彼は大統領にふさわしい」と。

  • 'she would' = 'she'd' 'She'd be very happy if you helped her.' 

    'she would' = 'she'd' 「あなたが彼女を助けてくれたら、彼女はとても喜ぶでしょう」。

  • 'She'd be very happy if you helped her.' 

    「あなたが助けてくれたら、彼女はとても喜ぶでしょう」。

  • 'it would' = 'it'd' 'It'd be nice if you visited us.' 

    'it would' = 'it'd' 'It'd be nice if you visited us' となります。

  • 'It'd be nice if you visited us.' 'you would' = 'you'd' 

    'It'd be nice if you visited us.'you would' = 'you'd'です。

  • 'You'd love being on vacation in Hawaii.' 'You'd love being on vacation in Hawaii.' 

    'You'd love being on vacation in Hawaii.'You'd love being on vacation in Hawaii' (ハワイで休暇を過ごすのが好きだろう)

  • 'we would' = 'we'd' 'We'd have to check the price first.' 

    'we would' = 'we'd' 'We'd' 「まずは価格を確認しないといけませんね。

  • 'We'd have to check the price first.' Okay, last one for 'would'. 

    'We'd have to check the price first.さて、「would」の最後の1つ。

  • 'they would' = 'they'd' 'They'd never hurt you.' 

    'they would' = 'they'd' 'They'd ever hurt you'となります。

  • 'They'd never hurt you.' 

    「彼らはあなたを傷つけることはないでしょう」。

  • Okay let's move on to 'had'. First one, 'I had' = 'I'd'. 

    さて、次は「had」に移りましょう。まず1つ目、「I had」=「I'd」です。

  • 'I'd better make breakfast soon.' 'I'd better make breakfast soon.' 

    'I'd better make breakfast soon.'I'd better make breakfast soon.

  • 'he had' = 'he'd' 'He'd studied a lot before his test.' 

    'he had' = 'he'd' 'He'd studied a lot in before his test'となります。

  • 'He'd studied a lot before his test.' 

    「彼はテストの前にたくさん勉強していました。

  • 'she had' = 'she'd' 'She'd never been to a concert before last night.' 

    she had」=「she'd」「彼女は昨夜までコンサートに行ったことがなかった」。

  • 'She'd never been to a concert before last night.' 

    「彼女は昨夜までコンサートに行ったことがなかったんだ。

  • 'it had' = 'it'd' 'It'd better be on sale.' 

    'it had' = 'it'd' 'It'd better be on sale' となります。

  • 'It'd better be on sale.' 

    発売されている方がいい』と。

  • 'you had' = 'you'd' 'You'd better fasten your seat belt.' 

    'you had' = 'you'd' 「シートベルトを締めた方がいいですよ」という意味です。

  • 'You'd better fasten your seat belt.' 

    「シートベルトを締めた方がいいですよ」。

  • 'we had' = 'we'd' 'We'd not eaten  

    'we had' = 'we'd' 'We'd not eaten

  • since breakfast.' 'We'd not eaten since breakfast.' 

    since breakfast」。'We'd not eaten since breakfast' (朝食から食べていない)

  • 'they had' = 'they'd' 'They'd gone home before the party finished.' 

    'they had' = 'they'd' 'They'd gone home before the party finished' となります。

  • 'They'd gone home before the party finished.' 

    「彼らはパーティーが終わる前に家に帰っていた。

  • Good job, everyone. Let's move on.

    皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次に進みましょう。

  • First one. 'I have' = 'I've

    最初の1つ。'I have' = 'I've' (アイヴ)

  • 'I've never seen a ghost.' 'I've never seen a ghost.' 

    'I've never seen a ghost.'I've never seen a ghost.

  • Next you have, 'you've'. 'You've been a great help to me.' 

    次にyou have、「you've」です。'You've been a great help to me.

  • 'You've been a great help to me.' 'we have' = 'we've

    'You've been a great help to me.'we have' = 'we've' です。

  • 'We've got a problem.' 'We've got a problem.' 

    'We've got a problem.'We've got a problem.

  • 'they have' = 'they've' 'They've been so kind to us.' 

    'they have' = 'they've' 'They've been so kind to us'.

  • 'They've been so kind to us.' 'could have' = 'could've

    'They've been so kind to us.'could have' = 'could've'

  • 'We could've won the contest  if we'd tried harder.' 

    「もっと頑張ればコンテストに勝てたのに」。

  • 'We could've won the contest  if we'd tried harder.' 

    「もっと頑張ればコンテストに勝てたのに」。

  • 'would have' = 'would've' 'They would've stopped if someone told them.' 

    would have」=「would've」「誰かに言われたら止めただろう」。

  • 'They would've stopped if someone told them.' 

    誰かが教えてくれれば、彼らは止まっただろう」。

  • 'should have' = 'should've' 'She should've quit smoking earlier.' 

    'should have' = 'should've' 'She should've quit smoking earlier' となります。

  • 'She should've quit smoking earlier.' 

    「彼女はもっと早くタバコをやめるべきだった」。

  • 'might have' = 'might've

    'might have' = 'might've'

  • 'He might've gotten the job  if he went to the interview.' 

    「彼は面接に行けば仕事を得られたかもしれない」。

  • 'He might've gotten the job  if he went to the interview.' 

    「彼は面接に行けば仕事を得られたかもしれない」。

  • 'who have' = 'who've

    'who have' = 'who've'

  • 'I like people who've traveled a lot.' 'I like people who've traveled a lot.' 

    'I like people who've been travelling a lot.「たくさん旅をしてきた人が好きです。

  • Last one. 'there have' = 'there've

    最後の一枚。'there have' = 'there've'

  • 'There've been a few problems lately.' 

    「最近、いくつかの問題が発生しています」。

  • 'There've been a few problems lately.' Great good job, everybody. Let's move on

    「最近、いくつかの問題が発生しています」。皆さん、素晴らしいグッジョブです。次に進みましょう。

  • First one. 'want a' = 'wanna

    最初の一枚。'want a' = 'wanna' です。

  • 'I wanna coffee .' 'I wanna coffee .' 

    'I wanna coffee .'I wanna coffee .'(コーヒーが飲みたい

  • 'got a' = 'gotta

    'got a' = 'gotta'

  • 'Have you gotta minute?' 'Have you gotta minute?' 

    'Have you gotta minute?' 'Have you gotta minute?'

  • 'don't know' = 'dunno' 'I dunno.' 

    don't know」=「dunno」「わからない」。

  • 'I dunno.' 'let me' = 'lemme

    わからない」「させてほしい」=「lemme

  • 'Lemme go.' 'Lemme go.' 

    'Lemme go.''Lemme go.'

  • 'give me' = 'gimme' 'Gimme the pen.' 

    give me」=「gimme」「gimme the pen.

  • 'Gimme the pen.' 

    ペンをよこせ」と。

  • 'tell them' = 'tell'em' 'Tell'em we're starting now.' 

    'tell them' = 'tell'em' 'Tell'em we're starting now' となります。

  • 'Tell'em we're starting now.' 'come on' = 'c'mon

    'Tell'em we're start now.'come on' = 'c'mon' (カモン)

  • 'C'mon do it.' 'C'mon do it.' 

    'C'mon do it.「C'mon do it.

  • Last one. 'some more' = 's'more

    最後の一枚。'some more' = 's'more' (サムモア)

  • 'We will need s'more time.' 'We will need s'more time.' 

    'We will need s'more time.'We will need s'more time.

  • Remember, you should only  use these in conversation

    これらは、会話の中でのみ使用することを覚えておいてください。

  • You don't want to write these. Great job, everybody. Let's move on

    これは書きたくないですよね。皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次の段階に進みましょう。

  • Okay, first one. 'kind of' = 'kinda

    さて、まず1つ目。'kinds of' = 'kinda' (キンダ)

  • 'She's kinda cute.' 'She's kinda cute.' 

    'She's kinda cute.'She's kinda cute.

  • Next. 'sort of' = 'sorta

    次は'sort of' = 'sorta' (ソートオブ)

  • 'I'm sorta tired' 'I'm sorta tired

    I'm sorta tired」「I'm sorta tired」。

  • 'out of' = 'outta' 'I'm outta money.' 

    out of」=「outta」「I'm outta money.

  • 'I'm outta money.' 'a lot of' = 'alotta

    'I'm outta money.'a lot of' = 'alotta' (アロッタ)

  • 'They ate alotta cake.' 'They ate alotta cake.' 

    'They ate alotta cake' (彼らはケーキを食べた)'They ate alotta cake' (彼らはたくさんのケーキを食べた)

  • 'lots of' = 'lotsa' 'He has lotsa money.' 

    lots of」=「lotssa」「彼はたくさんのお金を持っている」。

  • 'He has lotsa money.' 

    「彼はたくさんのお金を持っている」。

  • Last one. 'cup of' = 'cuppa

    最後の一枚。カップオブ」=「cuppa

  • 'Would you like a cuppa coffee?' 'Would you like a cuppa coffee?' 

    'Would you like a cuppa coffee?' 'Would you like a cuppa coffee?

  • Did you guys hear that schwa that 'uh' sound? Alright, great job. Let's move on

    みんな、あのシュワ......あの「アー」という音が聞こえたかな?よし、よくできた。次の段階に進みましょう。

  • First one. 'going to' = 'gonna

    最初の一枚。'going to' = 'gonna'(行く)。

  • 'I'm not gonna tell you.' 'I'm not gonna tell you.' 

    'I'm not gonna tell you.'I'm not gonna tell you' (あなたには言わないわ)

  • Next. 'have to' = 'hafta

    次は'have to' = 'hafta' (ハフタ)

  • 'You hafta study English.' 'You hafta study English.' 

    'You hafta study English.'You hafta study English' (英語を勉強しなければならない)

  • 'has to' = 'hasta' 'She hasta work today.' 

    has to」=「hasta」「She hasta work today」。

  • 'She hasta work today.' 

    「彼女は今日、仕事をしなければならない」。

  • 'used to' = 'usta' 'She usta live in London.' 

    'used to' = 'usta' 'She usta live in London' となります。

  • 'She usta live in London.' 'supposed to' = 'supposta

    'She usta live in London.' (彼女はロンドンに住んでいる)'s supposed to' = 'supposta

  • 'I'm supposta start a new job.' 'I'm supposta start a new job.' 

    「I'm supposta start a new job.'I'm supposta start a new job.

  • 'ought to' = 'oughta' 'You  

    'ought to' = 'oughta' 'You

  • oughta phone your sister.' 'You oughta phone your sister.' 

    oughta phone your sister.'You oughta phone your sister' (あなたはあなたの妹に電話するべきだ)

  • 'need to' = 'needa' You needa buy apples at the store.' 

    'need to' = 'needa' You needa buy apples at the store'.

  • You needa buy apples at the store.' 

    お店でりんごを買わないといけない』。

  • Don't forget, you only want  to use these in conversation

    忘れてはいけないのは、これらは会話の中でしか使いたくないということです。

  • These aren't for writing. All right, you did it. Let's move on.

    これは書くためのものではありません。よし、やったな。次に進みましょう。

  • Okay, first one

    さて、1つ目。

  • 'don't you' = 'dontcha' 'Dontcha like it?' 

    'don't you' = 'dontcha' 'Dontcha like it?

  • 'Dontcha like it?' Next

    'Dontcha like it?次のページ

  • 'won't you' = 'wontcha' 'Wontcha drive the car?' 

    won't you」=「wontcha」「Wontchaが車を運転する?

  • 'Wontcha drive the car?' 

    'Wontcha drive the car'?

  • 'what are you' = 'whatcha' 'Whatcha doing?' 

    what are you」=「whatcha」「Whatcha doing?

  • 'Whatcha doing?' 'what have you',  

    Whatcha doing?" "what have you"。

  • also 'whatcha' 'Whatcha got there?' 

    も「whatcha」「Whatcha got there?

  • 'Whatcha got there?' 'bet you' = 'betcha

    'Whatcha got there?' 'bet you' = 'betcha' です。

  • 'Betcha can't guess the answer.' 'Betcha can't guess the answer.' 

    'Betcha can't guess the answer.'Betcha can't guess the answer.

  • 'got you' = 'gotcha' 'I gotcha some chocolate.' 

    'got you' = 'gotcha' 'I gotcha some chocolate' となります。

  • 'I gotcha some chocolate.' 'didn't you' = 'didntcha

    'I gotcha some chocolate.'don't you' = 'didntcha' (ディドゥンチャ)

  • 'Didntcha like it?' 'Didntcha like it?' 

    'Didntcha like it' 'Didntcha like it?

  • Last one. 'do you' = 'doya

    最後の一枚。ドゥーユー」=「ドヤ」。

  • 'Doya want to come with me?' 'Doya want to come  

    ドヤは私と一緒に行きたい」「ドヤは私と一緒に行きたい

  • with me?' Keep in mind these are only  

    with me?これらはあくまでも心に留めておいてください。

  • used for conversation, not in writing. Great job, everybody. Let's move on.

    は会話で使われ、文章では使われません。皆さん、お疲れ様でした。次に進みましょう。

  • Alright. Great job, everybody

    いいよ。皆さん、お疲れ様でした。

  • We practiced a lot today  and I know you worked hard,

    今日はたくさん練習しましたし、あなたが頑張ったことも知っています。

  • so keep on working hard  because these contractions

    ということで、この陣痛に負けずに頑張りましょう。

  • if you master them, they will help  you sound like a native speaker

    これらを使いこなせば、ネイティブスピーカーのような発音ができるようになります。

  • Be sure to let me know how  you're doing in the comment

    ぜひ、コメントで感想を聞かせてください。

  • And see you in the next video.

    そして、次のビデオでお会いしましょう。

  • Bye.

    じゃあね。

I will say each example two times. The first time, I will say it slowly

それぞれの例を2回言います。1回目は、ゆっくりと言ってみます。

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