字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント repeat after the teacher Amy: Nora, how long have you lived in Kaohsiung? Nora: I've lived here for three years. Amy: Have you ever been to Meinong? Nora: No, I haven't. Why do you ask? Amy: Patty and I are planning to go there next week. Do you want to join us? Nora: Thanks for inviting me, but I have to ask my parents first. Amy: Sure. Nora: What are you going to do there? Amy: My cousin is getting married, so I want to buy him a pair of oil paper umbrellas. They make great wedding gifts because the words for "oil paper" sound like "having kids" in Hakka. Umbrellas? We don't usually give umbrellas as gifts. Amy: Why not? Nora: Because the word for "umbrella" sounds like "separate" in our language. Amy: I've never heard of this. What should I do? Nora: Well, just to play it safe, you can ask your cousin to pay you one dollar for the umbrellas. Amy: Why? Amy: That's smart. I'll ask him for one dollar.