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  • English from BBC learning english hello I'm Catherine welcome to 6 minute

    BBCからの英語 学習英語 hello I'm Catherine welcome to 6 minute.

  • English where we engage in some lively debate and discuss six stimulating items


  • of vocabulary and let's start here's your cup of coffee Rob ah thanks but

    では始めよう コーヒーをどうぞ ロブ ありがとうございます

  • what took you so long Catherine oh sorry Rob I bumped into someone I

    遅かったわね キャサリン、ごめんねロブ、人にぶつかっちゃったの

  • knew in the cafe and we stopped for a chat


  • okay well that fits well with today's show where we're talking about cafes or


  • coffee houses did you know Catherine that coffee houses were originally a

    コーヒーハウスを知っていましたか キャサリンは、コーヒーハウスはもともと

  • meeting place for lively debate and intellectual discussion really I didn't


  • know that Rob and a debate by the way means a discussion that a lot of people


  • take part in so how long ago was this debate in society well the first coffee


  • house was set up in Oxford in 1650 but they quickly became popular and soon


  • they were all over London - you paid a penny to get in and this included access

    彼らはすべてのロンドンであった - あなたはペニーを支払って取得し、これはアクセスが含まれています。

  • to newspapers and stimulating conversation if something is stimulating


  • it encourages ideas and enthusiasm and I expect the coffee held without a bit did


  • it no it certainly helps me first thing in the morning which brings me on to


  • today's question Rob how many cups of coffee do we consume in coffee shops or

    今日の質問ロブ 何杯のコーヒーを消費しますか?

  • stores in the UK every year consumed by the way is another word for eat or drink


  • so is the answer A 2.3 million B 23 million or C 23 billion mmm oh I don't

    だから、答えは230万B 2300万またはC 230億うーん、ああ、私はしないでください。

  • mean oh but it's got to be a lot so I'm gonna go for C 23 billion that sounds

    でも高額なんだから 230億Cで行こうかな

  • like a lot of coffee but I buy several cups a week and I expect you do -


  • Catherine I do indeed but I have to say while I was getting our coffees earlier

    キャサリン 私は確かにそうですが、私は以前に私たちのコーヒーを取得している間に言わなければならないことがあります。

  • there was nobody as in the cafe talking except me my friend


  • everybody else was sitting on their own tapping away on their laptops let's


  • listen now to Douglas Fraser BBC Scotland's business and economy editor

    ダグラス・フレイザー BBC スコットランドのビジネス・経済担当編集者の話を聞く

  • describing the vibe or atmosphere in a typical 21st century cafe


  • ten or so in the morning the cafe has five people at tables with their backs


  • to the wall each staring into a screen plugged in ears plugged the flow of


  • bytes through this coffee shops free Wi-Fi is transporting these customers to


  • diverse destinations far from the person beside them collaborative working


  • research grant application a potential blockbuster novel and inevitably someone


  • distracted by kitten pictures on social media so the spirit of those 17th


  • century coffee houses had disappeared then no more lively debate and


  • intellectual discussion seems so Rob as Douglas Frazer says many people sit


  • alone plugged into their laptops and they're all doing different things


  • working writing messing about on social media and I think the cafe owners should


  • turn off the free Wi-Fi and force these cafe squatters to move on I don't think


  • people should be allowed to sit all day using the internet hogging tables and


  • not talking to anybody especially when some of them don't even buy coffee


  • that's a bit extreme Rob cafe owners need customers and they encourage people

    それは少し極端なロブ カフェのオーナーは顧客を必要とし、彼らは人々を奨励しています

  • to stay by having comfy sofas and newspapers to read and the free Wi-Fi a


  • squatter by the way is someone who lives in an empty building without paying rent


  • and if you hog something you use most or all of it in a selfish way I suppose


  • you're right Katherine now how about telling us the answer to today's

    その通りだ キャサリン 今日の答えを教えてくれないか?

  • question then okay so I asked how many cups of coffee do we consume in cafes or


  • stores in the UK every year is it A 2.3 million B 23 million or C 23

    英国では毎年の店舗は、それは230万B 23万またはC 23です。

  • billion like hooch in a cafe using their free Wi-Fi to search the answer but I


  • had a guess and I say 23 billion well you didn't need that free Wi-Fi Rob

    推測では230億と言った......無料のWi-Fiは必要なかったんだな ロブ

  • because you were absolutely right ah 23 billion coffees per year works out on

    あなたの言うとおり 年間230億杯のコーヒーを 飲むことになります

  • average at forty five cups per adult in the UK okay I think it's time we look


  • back at the words we learned today our first word is debate a discussion that a


  • lot of people take part in For example, I took part in a number of stimulating

    多くの人が参加しています。 例えば、私が参加したのは、多くの刺激的な

  • debates at school number two if something is stimulating it encourages


  • new ideas and enthusiasm for example it's hard to have a stimulating


  • conversation with someone who's looking at their phone all the time


  • that's very true let me just slide my phone in my pocket our next word is

    その通りだ ポケットの中に携帯を入れて 次の言葉は...

  • consume another word for eating or drinking but it can also mean to use for


  • example my car consumes a lot of petrol or how do I calculate my car's fuel


  • consumption so consumption there is the noun number four is vibe which means the


  • mood or atmosphere in a place for example Oxford is a city but it has a


  • small-town vibe well I'm getting bad vibes from our next word which is


  • squatter that's someone who lives in an empty building without paying rent the


  • building is called a squat so for example I lived in a squat for two years


  • really you squatted in a squat Rob no no no it's just an example I am NOT a


  • squatter oh so you've never squatted it's no I now look we're wasting time here we

    スクワットしたことがないのか... そうだな... 時間の無駄だったな

  • need to move on to our final word hog if you hog something you use all or most of


  • it in a selfish way for example Rob you've hugged the only comfy chair

    自分勝手な言い方をする 例えばロブ......あなたは唯一の快適な椅子を抱きしめていた

  • that's so selfish I admit it Katherine I'm a chair hog that's the noun okay

    わがままなのは認めるわ キャサリン... 私は椅子取りだけど... 名詞でいいわ

  • well before we head off for another cup of coffee please remember to check out


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