超濃縮!やさしい英語会話 (23) Joe's Best

 
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先週に引き続き、恒例の「超濃縮!やさしい英語会話」をお届けします。この11年間に配信した335本の「やさしい英語会話」よりエピソードを厳選し、4本分を濃縮しました。今回は、Joeの選んだ4本の傑作エピソードをお送りします。
 
*** Joe's Best ***
やさしい英語会話 (311) Go Carp, Go!
やさしい英語会話 (240) Piano Delivery
やさしい英語会話 (236) The Excitement of a Zoo
やさしい英語会話 (79) Saving George
*** Script ***
やさしい英語会話 (311) Go Carp, Go!
(Noisy Stadium Sound)
Both: (the Cheer song) Carp, Carp, Carp Hiroshima, Hiroshima Carp
M: Oh, this is so fun! Thanks for inviting me, Tomoka. My first Carp game ever in person! I didn't think that the fans would be so crazy.
W: Hey, this is normal! Carp games are really intense!
M: Yeah! Um, who's your favorite player, Tomoka?
W: My favorite players are Tanaka, Kikuchi, Maru, and Suzuki!
M: Ha ha! That's a lot. Who's your MOST favorite?
W: Um… I love 'em all, but I guess I love Suzuki the most! Oh! Suzuki's stepping up to the plate now! Wohoo!
M: Yeah, but we're pretty far out here in right field. It's kind of hard to see. Here, you can use my binoculars.
(later)
M: Tomoka… here's your Carp udon. Ha ha. It's funny that even the food being sold here is about the Carp!
W: Yeah, and almost everyone's wearing their favorite player's jersey. Mine's 51, of course. That's Suzuki's number.
M: Oh, I should get one too. But they're SO expensive!
W: Yeah… Hey, who do you like right now?
M: I think Johnson's pretty cool. And besides, we're both American! Ha ha!
W: Yeah, I like him a lot too. Hey, this Carp udon tastes great! How's that Carp takoyaki?
M: It's really good. (Sound of a ball hit by a bat) Hey, Tomoka look! The ball's coming this way. Let's get out of here!
W: No way! I'm gonna catch this ball! Get out of here, Daniel! (Pushing Daniel to the side)
M: Ah!!!
W: Ah! I got it! I got a home run ball!
M: Way to go, Tomoka! A home run ball! And thanks for pushing me out of the way! But I got takoyaki all over me!
(Written by Mikael Kai Geronimo)
やさしい英語会話 (240) Piano Delivery
Kim and Bruce are attempting to carry a piano up 8 stories to deliver it to a client.
M: (panting) Remind me again why we decided to become piano deliverymen. This lady lives on the 8th floor, and we've only made it up to the third floor! My arms already feel like spaghetti!
W: It's piano delivery WOMAN! And I'll tell you why: this is all part of the four-year plan. Remember?
M: Um... I'm so exhausted right now that I can hardly remember my own mother's name! Why don't you jog my memory?
W: (sighs) Fine, Bruce. This is the last time I'm going to explain it to you.
M: I CAN'T guarantee that.
W: (huffing) Alright, the four-year plan is to work as piano delivery men... Ahem... piano delivery PEOPLE for two years in order to build up core body strength. Then, we spend the next two years training to be professional wrestlers. With the kind of strength we'll get from this job, we can become world champions!
M: Wait, that four-year plan? You actually still think that's gonna work? I'm just working this job so I can see the inside of all the attractive women's houses in this city!
W: You really are a hopeless pervert, aren't you?
M: Hold that thought. I think my back's about to give out!
W: You say something?
M: Gahhhhh!
(Bruce grimaces in pain and the cracking of his back is clearly audible. Bruce drops the piano and it falls down all three flights of stairs to its concrete grave.)
W: What the... Bruce?! Do you know what you've just done!? You've ruined the four-year plan!
M: Forget the four-year plan and just get me to a hospital! (shudders in pain)
(Written by David Shaner)
やさしい英語会話 (236) The Excitement of a Zoo
M: Finally, we made it to the zoo! I wanna go see the T-Rex exhibit first!
W: Robbie, how many times do I have to tell you: dinosaurs went extinct millions of years ago. There're no T-Rexes in the zoos.
M: And how many times do I have to tell YOU that that's just a government conspiracy fabricated to keep people from using dinosaurs as weapons.
W: (Puts her palm over her face and sighs) OK, Robbie, OK. I believe you. Just stop talking about it already. I actually wanted to enjoy this trip to the zoo, and you're making that pretty difficult.
M: Hey look! Lions!
(Robbie grabs Regina's hand and makes a dash for the lion enclosure.)
M: Wow! Lions are awesome!
W: (giggling) I'm glad to see you've taken interest in an animal that actual exists.
M: I always wished I could've been raised by lions. Living in the mountains, living off nothing but the flesh and blood of rhinos!
W: Um, I don't think that's where or how lions live, Robbie. (Regina looks down at her phone to distract herself from how badly this date is going. Regina then looks up.)
W: Hey Robbie what do you think of--. (Robbie is no where to be found.)
W: Robbie? Robbie?! Where are you?
(A few seconds later)
M: I'm over here, Regina!
(Regina looks over to see Robbie cuddling with one of the lions within the enclosure.)
W: WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN THE LION ENCLOSURE ROBBIE!? THATS SUPER DANGEROUS!
M: Just following my heart Regina, just following my heart.
(Written by David Shaner)
やさしい英語会話 (79) Saving George
W: George!! Come down here!… Oh no, he can’t come down! What am I gonna do? Hmm… I better call the emergency number... (dialing phone)
M: Emergency Services. Can I help you?
W: Hello!? Help! My little George is in danger!
M: Now, calm down. Is it a fire, or is someone breaking into your house?
W: It’s an emergency. He… he’s up in a tree and can’t come down.
M: OK. Where are you now? Is George hurt?
W: I’m in the park…on Elm Street. I don’t think he’s hurt…He’s clinging to the branch. He’s trembling! Poor thing! He can’t come down by himself. I can’t go up and take him down either. It’s too high!
M: OK. I’ll send a truck and ladder. Please don’t go up. Just stay there and
wait for the truck…. Now, how old did you say George is?
W: Um, he’s about three months.
M: Three months?! How come he’s up in the tree? He’s only a baby!
W: Well, he’s been naughty these days. He climbs up the tree every day and comes down by himself. I think he’s gone too high today…
M: Huh?
W: He was stuck in the rubbish bin the other day… He’s so cute. Now he can eat one tin of tuna each meal. He’s grown up so fast!
M: So… he’s… he’s a kitten?
W: Oh, didn’t I say that?
M: No… Well, Ms., I’m sorry, but this number is for emergencies only.
W: Yes. The IS an emergency! My little kitty is in danger!
M: I understand. But there might be someone, some HUMAN, who is dying and needs help at this very moment.
W: George IS my family and I need to rescue him! It doesn’t matter if he’s human or a cat.
A: OK, OK. (in a small voice) Boy, I can’t take care of this old lady…
B: You… you said I’m old? I’m not old! I’m only 83! Just send a ladder truck and help my George! Is that clear, boy?
A: Yes, Ma’am!
(Written by Ayumi Furutani)

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