2/27/2019

2/27 #648 Kidney Stones Pt.3

*人身事故のせいで、京急が動いてない。少し遅れるかもしれません。
The train isn't moving. I'm glad I went to the bathroom before getting on the train.

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Gurney (n)      車輪付きストレッチャー


There was nothing I could do but…
                   〜する以外出来ることは何もない
                   〜するしかない


Anesthesia (n)   麻酔


experience (n)   経験


urinate (v)          排尿する


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Kidney Stones Pt. 3

The doctor told me at that time that there was nothing I could do but to wait.  Usually they pass out of your body when you urinate. However, after one week I was still having pain. The doctor decided that I would have to have surgery to remove them.  
It was my first time receiving anesthesia.  I remember lying on the gurney and the nurse asked me if I was ready. I said yes and then she put a mask on me.  It seemed like I had just closed my eyes when I was awake again. It was a strange feeling because it seemed like no time had passed, or that I even slept.  
The kidney stones were removed. That is one experience I never want to have again!


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2/25/2019

February 25, 2019 Kidney Stones Pt.2 #647

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I couldn’t take it anymore    耐えきれなかった


Hesitate (v)                      躊躇する•ためらう
*hesitatingly (adv)           ためらいながら
                                     
On a scale of 1 to 10        10段階評価で


morphine (n)                     モルヒネ


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Kidney Stones Pt. 2

I had never had pain like this before. It was in my lower back on both sides. It was so bad that it caused me to vomit. I couldn’t take it anymore, so I went back to the doctor. Hesitatingly, he let me go to the hospital on the base. It was so hard to even walk. When I arrived, the doctor there said, “On a scale of 1 to 10, how much pain do you have?” I said 15!!!!!!. They then gave me morphine, and I was in heaven!

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2/22/2019

February 22, 2019 #646 K - Kidney stones Pt. 1

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deployment (n)       <軍> 配備

be hospitalized       入院する

childbirth (n)            出産
constipated (adj)     便秘している
rack              (n) =bed ( Navy slang )

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Kidney Stones Pt. 1

When I was in the Navy, there was one time when I couldn't go out on a deployment because I had to be hospitalized. It was because of kidney stones.  They were so painful. Women who have had kidney stones say that they are even more painful than childbirth. When I went to the Navy doctor on the ship the first time, he just told me to stop crying like a baby.  He said I was probably constipated, gave me aspirin and sent me back to my rack.


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2/21/2019

February 21, 2019 Absent-minded

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Sometimes my students seem to worry that they are getting dementia because they sometimes forget ordinary things.

This morning, I left my house and went to a cafe.  At the cafe, I noticed that I had forgotten my watch!  I thought, "How could I do such a thing???" I ran back home to get it because I felt naked without it.

Don't worry when you forget things It happens to everyone.

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2/20/2019

February 20, 2019 #645 J - Jokes

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stand-up (adj)      (一人でする) 漫談/お笑い

hilarious (adj)      爆笑を引き起こすほど面白い
                      超おかしい😂funny の上をいく

corny joke    古臭い•ダサい冗談/ オヤジギャグ

transcript (n)    写し


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Jokes

Do you know any good jokes? I like jokes, but everytime I tell one in class, every says it is corny. In America, stand-up comedy is popular. "Stand-up" refers to when only one person stands and tells jokes.  A long time ago, we used to have pair comedians, similar to "manzai" in Japan, but these days it isn't popular anymore. One of the most famous pair comedians was a couple of men whose names were Abbott and Costello.  Their most famous joke was Who's on first?" It maybe difficult for you to understand because they speak very quickly, but if you can understand it,it's hilarious!!! Even today, many people try to repeat their joke. Listen to it on YouTube and see if you can catch the meaning.



—“Who’s on first?” について—
Abbott とCostello のコンビによって有名
になったアメリカの漫才ネタ[ 一塁は誰?]
です。
Abbott が野球チームメンバーの名前を
Costello に伝えようとするも、なかなか
伝わらない、可笑しさがネタになってい
ます。
ヒントはメンバーの名前にあります。
First base :     Who ⬅︎名前です。
Second base:  What
Third base:      I Don’t Know
Left Field:        Why
Center Field:   Because
Pitcher:           Tomorrow
Catcher:          Today
Shortstop:       I Don’t Give a Darn
                       ( I don’t care)

ネタの途中にCostello が一塁手の名前を
“Naturally” と勘違いするシーンがあり
抱腹絶倒です。IoI
まさに古典落語の域の名コントだと
思います。🤣ながら繰り返し見ている
うちにだんだん可笑しさが理解できる
ようになりました。  yaeko

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2/18/2019

February 18, 2019 #644 I - Insects

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disgusting
bit
on the face of the earth

Insects
Why do Japanese children enjoy playing with insects?  Why are Japanese insects so BIG when everything else is so small? The buildings are small, the cars are small, the food is small, the people are small, but the spiders are humongous! Twice I have seen a spider outside of my apartment building that was bigger than my hand!!!
 I was shocked the first time I walked into a convenience store in the middle of summer and found a small box next to the register with live beetles!  I thought it was so disgusting!

When I first moved to Japan, I had an old house in the mountains of Hayama.  I often found centipedes, mukade, and GEJI-GEJI in my house.  One time there was a tiny centipede in my pants and it big my leg!  I didn't live there very long.  Geji-Geji are the most disgusting and scary insects on the face of the earth!

Finally, why are the insects so big, but the cans of bug spray so small???  I can easily use one whole can of bug spray on two or three cockroaches.

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2/15/2019

February 15, 2019 #643 H - Hotels

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One interesting thing about Japan is that it has so many hotels!  In America, we just have a few types.  There are the bed & breakfasts, the 4 or 5 star hotel, the economy hotel, and the motel.
Recently, B&Bs have become popular thanks to a famous website called "Air BnB"  I sometimes stay at one when I travel to Hawaii because they are cheap.  When I was a child, my family would drive down to Alabama from Virginia every year to visit my grandparents.  I always enjoyed staying at the Holiday Inn hotels.

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2/14/2019

February 14, 2019 Happy Valentine's Day!

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By the way, thank-you everyone for the nice chocolate.  This week I will run extra so that I don't get fat.  

Have a nice day!

-Mr. John


2/13/2019

#642 G - God

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otherwise (adv) 違って/異なって
open-minded 考え方が柔軟な
exist (v) 存在する
Christianity (n) キリスト教Christian (n) キリスト教徒
(adj) キリスト教の
believe in ... ....の存在を信じる
When it comes to 名詞/〜ing
...という事/話になると
religion (n) 宗教

**otherwise
other (他の)+wise (方向)=ways
1. そうでなければ (副詞)
I started earlier otherwise I might have been late.
2. 違ったふうに (副詞)
I think otherwise .
3. その他の点(面)では
I have a cold, but otherwise I’m fine.
4. 違った (形容詞)
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GOD

When I was a child, I went to church every Sunday with my family. I believed in God, and I couldn't imagine how anyone could think otherwise.  Then I took a philosophy course in college and I began to open my mind.

Many people around the world believe in different kinds of gods.  In Christianity, there is only one god. In Shinto there are many, and in Buddhism, there seems to be none (I may be wrong).  I like the way Japanese people are very open-minded when it comes to religion.

Now, I don't believe in any god, but if I had to choose one, I would pray to the Sun.  The Sun gives us life and allows us to exist.  Without it, we would be nothing.  


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2/12/2019

How to Learn English


英語の学び方!無料Eメールレッスンのメールマガジン
  • 英語を出来るだけ早く習得したい?
  • 学んだことを記憶していたい?
  • 学んだことを会話に使ってみたい?
メールコース”英語の学び方のコツ”ではこれらのこと、さらにもっとたくさんのことが学べます。


#641 F - Flying

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crash (n) 墜落/ 衝突
(v) 墜落する/ 衝突する

in one piece (ここでは)バラバラにならないで。/ 無事に, 怪我なく(という意味でも使われる。)

tear to shreds ズタズタに引き裂く

bother me 私を悩ます

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Flying

I don't like flying.  The first time I came to Japan was on a ship.  It took about 10 days.  I am not afraid of flying; I am afraid of crashing.  They say that there is more of a chance that you will die in a car accident rather than a plane crash.  However, in a car accident, your body is usually in one piece. I don't like the idea of my body being torn to shreds in a plane crash.  Another thing that bothers me is that plane crashes happen very slowly.  What I mean is that it takes at least 10 or 20 seconds before the plane hits the ground. During that time, I imagine, would be so scary.  I think car accidents happen suddenly, so there is no time to be scared.

If I could travel by boat, I would never fly again.

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2/10/2019

#640 The Japanese Student Pt. 3

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The Japanese Student Pt. 3

The other day in class, one of my students who had once been a serious student of KENDO explained to me the concept of SHU HA RI.  When Japanese students begin learning something, they follow what the teacher says and don't ask questions.  The reason, I think, is so that the student can learn the basics the exact same way as the teacher did before.  The good point is that the student will learn the fundamentals completely and properly. The bad point is that the student may only know, but not understand, and it can take a long time to learn this way.

American students consider thinking and understanding to be more important for learning than following the basic steps.  That's why they ask so many questions. They want to have a complete understanding before they focus on the fundamentals.   This is an important point in American culture.  Even Steve Jobs' motto was "Think Different".  The good point is that the student can learn and remember quickly.  The bad point is that some important basic steps are missed and can prevent someone from reaching a very high level.

I think the best way to learn is a little of both! 


先日クラスで、剣道を深く学んだ1人の生徒さんから守破離の概念(コンセプト)についての説明を伺いました。日本の生徒さんが何かを習い始めると、その先生の言う通りに従い(追随し)、質問等はしません。私の考えるところ、その理由は、そのようにすれば、かつてその先生が習得した全く同じ方法で、「基礎」を習う事ができるからではないでしょうか。その(方法の)良いところは基礎(基本)を余すところなく、正確に習う事ができる点でしょう。一方その短所は、生徒は 「知る」know だけで、「理解する」understand には至っていないのかもしれませんし、この方法では長く時間がかかるとも考えられます。アメリカの生徒は基本を段階的に従って行くことより、思考しthinking 理解していくunderstanding ことがより重要だと考えます。彼らは「基礎」に重点的に取り組む以前に完全な理解(complete understanding) を望むのです。そのような訳で、アメリカの学生は多くの質問をするのです。この事はAmerican culture に於いて重要な点です。スティーブ・ジョブズのモットーは「Think Different」です。その利点としては学習者は時間をかけずに早く学び、覚える事ができることでしょう。またその不利な点としては、いくつかの重要な基礎的なstep が見落とされる事で、非常に高度な レベルへの到達が妨げられうるという点でしょう。
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#639 The Japanese Student Pt. 2

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  1. to look directly at someone 人を真っ直ぐに見る/ 直視する
  2. he yelled at me 彼は私を怒鳴りつけた。
  3. attentively(adv) よく注意して
  4. pay attention 注意を払う
  5. practice (v) 練習する (ここでは、「稽古する 」が適当かな?
  6. opposite (adj) 反対の ここでは名詞で the opposite と使われているように、反対の(人/物/事) です。
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The Japanese Student Pt. 2

I was sitting Japanese style with my feet under my legs as I always do in class (seiza). I was in my Aikido dojo, but in Florida.  I was watching my teacher's feet and hands, listening attentively, and

taking in everything he said as he spoke.  But then suddenly he yelled at me.  He was angry and said something like "Don't you think this is interesting, John?"  I realized that I was being Japanese!  I was quiet and not looking directly at him, and he thought that I was not paying attention.

In my Aikido dojo in Japan, however, I was the opposite.  The other students would rarely ask questions.  We would often have American students like me from the Navy base come. Since I could speak English, my teacher would ask me to teach them.  I thought they were so noisy.  They always said, "why, why, why?". It seemed like they were speaking more than practicing.

Why are Japanese students so quiet, and why are American students so noisy?

TO BE CONTINUED......

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2/09/2019

#638 The Japanese student Pt. 1

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1.  open-ended question 
  自由回答式質問( yes / no だけで答えられない質問)

2.  translate (v)       翻訳する/ 訳す

3.  frustration (n)     欲求不満

4.  biology (n)           生物学

** an open-ended  question can not  be answered with a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ response. 
それに対し、
a closed-ended question can be answered by simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. 


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The Japanese Student Pt. 1

There is a big difference between Japanese students and American students.

Actually, there are many differences, but the one I want to talk about today is.....



Japanese students are so quiet!  Sometimes at my tango lessons, a teacher would come from Argentina to teach.  I was lucky because they could often speak English. Usually, they would have someone to translate to Japanese for them.  Sometimes they would say, "Are there any questions?"

Silence.

Then the teacher would talk some more and then ask an open-ended question like "Why do you think this is important?"

Silence.

I could see the look of frustration on the Tango teacher's face.  It was the same look my high school biology teacher had on her face when no one spoke up.  She then told us that if no one had any questions, then it meant that we understood everything and so she was going to give us a test!

I had a similar experience in my aikido class......

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2/08/2019

#637 Waiters in Japan

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1.  publish (v)     出版する/ 発行する
                               公表する
2.  I am amazed.  驚いた

3.  mention (v)     述べる

4.  come by your table
     テーブルにやってくる
     by は、’近くに’という感じ

5.  impatiently (adv)  
   我慢できずに
   待ちきれなく なって
  もどかしそうに

6.  on occasion    時折 (文語的)
     (sometimes but not often )  =now and then / from time to time
   occasionally 

** I am amazed . 良い出来事に対して’驚いた’ ... すごい、素晴らしい
という意味を持つ。

Surprised は 良くも悪くもない事
両方に驚いた。

Shocked は悪い出来事に対して
驚いた。

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Waiters in Japan

Until now, I have published 636 blog posts.  Isn't that amazing?  I wonder if I can get to 1000 by the end of this year.  I'll do my best!



Today, I want to talk about waiters and waitresses.  I have never been a waiter (or a waitress), but it seems like a really hard job.  I am always amazed by the little tiny girls who work at the izzakaya and bring out 6 or 7 big glasses of beer with one hand and plates of food with the other, and they never seem to drop anything.  One of my students did mention, though, that he happily had 2 glasses of beer accidentally dropped on him once.

One thing that many foreigners don't know about Japanese restaurants is that the waiters and waitresses don't come to your table unless you call for them.  I have, on occasion, seen a foreigner impatiently sitting at a restaurant alone, waiting for a waiter or waitress to come.  I always think to myself  "He's going to have a long wait.".

I wonder if Japanese people think the waiters in restaurants in America are too noisy.  They always come by your table many times and ask if you need anything. It's because they want a big TIP!





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2/06/2019

February 7, 2019 - My Favorite Teachers Pt. 2

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1. philosophy (n) 哲学

2. ...like no other teacher
他のどの先生ともちがって

3. summer break 夏休み

4. He moved me. 彼に感動した。
- move (v) 感動させる
I’m moved .
似た表現に
I’m touched (by) 心に触れる
I’m impressed (with) 感心する

5. stoic (adj) 禁欲主義的な
ストイックな

6. lengthy (adj) 長ったらしい
冗長な

** 2. ... like no other ... ほかに類を みない/ 唯一無二の/ 特別な

ex. This is a moment like no other .
特別な瞬間

Thank-you Yaeko san for your translation!

My Favorite Teachers Pt. 2

My other favorite teacher was my Philosophy professor in college.  His teaching style was unique. It was like he had the whole book in his head, and he taught with so much passion.  The way he taught moved me like no other teacher. I went to the library and read as many books as I could about philosophy and even spent the whole summer break reading!  I got a perfect score on every assignment in his class, and even on a lengthy essay, which was hard to do.  I think he was the best teacher because he moved me to study philosophy not only for his class, but also outside of class. Even now to this day, I read books about philosophy from time to time. Recently, I have been studying the philosophy of the Stoics.

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NOW - Coffee guy

OMG there is a young Japanese guy sitting across from me on the train sipping his can of coffee like he is slurping soba.  What is wrong with this guy.?!?!  I'm trying to work here!

2/05/2019

February 6, 2019 - My Favorite Teachers Pt. 1

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New words & phrases:
  1. come to mind 思い浮かぶ
  2. assignment (n) 宿題/ 研究課題/割り当てら れた仕事
  3. to copy a paper 一枚コピーする
  4. spill the beans 秘密をもらす/ばらす
  5. author (n) 著者
  6. to pull one aside (話をするために)〜を脇に連れ出す
  7. to kick someone out 〜を追い出す
  8. to have an influence on someone 〜に影響を及ぼす

** spill the beans :
スラングにspill the tea
特にゴシップや噂話


Thank-you Yaeko-san for your translation.

My Favorite Teachers Pt. 1

Of course, I always try hard to be the best teacher that I can be. I think it is important not only to be friendly and nice, but also to have good teaching skill.  When I think of all the teachers I have had in my life, of all the ones who had the most impact on my life, two come to mind.

The first is my English teacher in High School.  She was a very serious teacher, but not too strict. Once we had to write a paper as a homework assignment.  After we turned our papers in, she took mine and read it to the class without saying that I wrote it. The other students said that they thought whoever wrote that paper must have copied it because it was too good.  I wanted to shout out, "I DIDN'T COPY IT!", but I didn't want to spill the beans as to the author of the paper. However, it made me feel good.  Later, one day after class the teacher pulled me aside and told me that she was kicking me out of her class.  I thought "What?!?  She said that she wanted to put me in an advanced class.  I think her support really had an influence on my life.  When I was in the Navy, we often had to write reports.  Often, my coworkers would come to me for help.  Now, I must write a lot and correct my students' mistakes, so I am very thankful for my English teacher's support. I still make mistakes sometimes, but nobody's perfect (even a monkey falls from trees).

Next time I will tell you about my other favorite teacher. 

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