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新しく覚えた単語を使ってみよう

Let's use some new words you learned
あなたは、最近新しく覚えた単語を使おうとしています。
新しく覚えた単語を、実際に自分で会話の中で使ってみましょう。より印象に残り、覚えやすくなります!
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Please write sentences using the words you recently learned.
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Please write sentences using the words you recently learned.

Certainly. I could ask nothing better because I've learned a lot of new words and phrases to memorize in a weekly English class. However, honestly, I've forgotten most of them because I hardly have a chance to use them in my daily life. For that reason, this Skype lesson is one of the priceless opportunities I can practice them. Obviously, I can't keep all of what I learned in my head, so I'd like to memorize them in order of priority. I mean I want to learn preferentially commonly-used words and phrases.

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Certainly. I could ask for nothing better because I've learned a lot of new words and phrases to memorize in my weekly English class. However, honestly, I've forgotten most of them because I hardly have a chance to use them in my daily life. For that reason, this Skype lesson is one of the priceless opportunities where I can practice them. Obviously, I can't keep all of what I learned in my head, so I'd like to memorize them in order of priority. I mean I want to learn the most commonly used words and phrases.

1. Preposition here.
2. Personal pronoun works best here.
3. Need this adverb.
4. Nice word, but this is more natural.
Yes, I understand what you mean completely. The best way to memorize new words is to use them in sentences of your own and then memorize these sentences. What has scientifically been proven is that the brain can memorize three new facts a day, so the best thing to do is memorize three sentences a day. What words have you recently learned (learnt)?

Our brain can memorize three new facts a day! That's new to me. Thank you very much for sharing priceless input with me. Yes, as you suggested, I'd like to set three sentences as a challenge for myself. Well, I learned these new phrases in the last class: "form a circle," "shake someone up," "desert one's post," "reflect on," "cause someone to do," "implicate oneself in," "seizures of," and "fall asleep." Could you please pick out three all-too-common phrases among them so that I try to make sentences using them?

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Our brain can memorize three new facts a day! That's new to me. Thank you very much for sharing priceless input with me. Yes, as you suggested, I'd like to set three sentences as a challenge for myself. Well, I learned these new phrases in the last class: "form a circle," "shake someone up," "desert one's post," "reflect on," "cause someone to do," "implicate oneself in," "seizures of," and "fall asleep." Could you please pick out three common phrases among them so that I can try to make sentences using them?

1. If something is all too common (no hyphens) then avoid it - it's overused. This phrase is usually used in connection with negative practices. (Bribery is all too common in China today etc.)
2. Verb needed.
Of course, let's start with "form a circle". Do you know what this phrase means? It means " encircle". The word " circle" derives from the Greek word " kirkos". Let's try the next two phrases: "shake someone up' ( put some life into) and "desert one's post" ( abandon/ leave)?

Thank you for choosing nice phrases for me. Well then, I lose no time in making sentences. How about these sentences: "When we were young, before playing a softball game, our team members used to form a circle for shaking each other up. Needless to say, no one deserted his post (position?) before the game was over just because of getting tired of the game or wanting to go drinking" and "Surprisingly enough, all of a sudden, our leader deserted his post, so it really shook us up. We formed a circle and discussed who should be the next leader"?

自然な表現

Thank you for choosing nice phrases for me. Well then, I lose no time in making sentences. How about these sentences: "When we were young, before playing a softball game, our team members used to form a circle to shake each other up. Needless to say, no one deserted his post (position?) before the game was over just because of getting tired of the game or wanting to go drinking" and "Surprisingly enough, all of a sudden, our leader deserted his post, so it really shook us up. We formed a circle and discussed who should be the next leader"?

1. Infinitive. I'm not sure if this is the best description (put life into) - we (in the UK) only use it in a negative sense. (The car crash really shook me up). I've never heard it used in this positive way - but you can discuss it with your teacher.
2. This phrase is not really possible except in a military context, and these days - sometimes - in a business one. (Position is correct though!)
3. These are just right! Just change the word order to "...who the next leader should be?" and it's perfect. The negative connotation of 'shook up' and the business sense of 'deserting one's post' are just right. Well done.
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