NEW!日本人スタッフ英語学習ブログはじめました!

この度、Jabbleの日本人スタッフで、英語学習ブログを新たに立ち上げる事にしました!!ネイティブ講師チェック済みの自然な表現とともに、日本人目線で単語やフレーズ、文法などを解説していきます!
週数回アップロードしていきますので、今ご覧いただいているブログと合わせて、こちらもぜひチェックしてみてくださいね✨

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NEW英語学習ブログ

ブログの主なテーマは、

ネイティブがよく使うフレーズ by Miki
ネイティブが日常的に使っている、自然なフレーズや単語をご紹介します!

「…」は英語でなんて言う? by Chika
日本語でしょっちゅう言うけど、辞書を引いてもしっくり来る訳が見つからない…。そんな時、英語だとこういう表現ができますよ~!というのをご紹介していきます!

「…」と「…」の違いは? by Yuki
日本人が混同し、間違って使いやすい、二つ以上の単語、もしくはフレーズの違いを説明します!

ビジネスシーンで使えるフレーズ by Ayami
ビジネスの場面ごとに使えそうなフレーズをご紹介します!

映画の名台詞 by Ayami
映画好きスタッフが、個人的な趣味で、名台詞と共に毎週映画を一本ご紹介。台詞に使われているフレーズや文法を解説します!

番外編
各スタッフが個人的な趣味で、ランダムなテーマを不定期にお届けします!

他にも、ランダムに色んなテーマで発信していく予定ですのでお楽しみに!

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NEW英語学習ブログ

また、今ご覧いただいているこちらのブログも引き続きアップロードしていきますので、よろしくお願いいたします!

Miki in 韓国

今一番旅行に行きたい国が韓国なので、前に行った韓国旅行の写真です😊
この時の旅行は私がずっと行きたかった、韓国ドラマによく出てくる屋台で飲んだり、梨花洞壁書村に行ったりしました✌
10月の韓国は気温もちょうどよくて、また次も10月に行きたいと思うほどなので
おすすめです🤭✨
These are photos from when I last went to Korea, I really want to go to Korea again so I’m going to post about my last trip there.
  At that time, I went to Ihwa Mural Village and Jongno 3-ga.
I’ve always wanted to go to Jongno 3-ga to drink because I often saw many of those food stands in Korean dramas.
I recommend to go in October there because the temperature is nice and it is easy to be out all day!

Miki
新橋校

jabbleブログ新スケジュール!

Thank you everyone for following our blog and hope you’ve enjoyed our content!
We would like to let everyone know that we are changing things up a little with new daily themes!
Follow along each post that will have both English and Japanese, keep up with our school’s teachers, and enjoy content that’s popular abroad!

いつもブログを見てくださってありがとうございます!
この度、ブログをリニューアルすることになったので、新しいスケジュールをお知らせします!
講師やスタッフの投稿、海外の面白動画、役立つ英語知識などなど、楽しみにしていて下さい!

月曜:お休み
火曜:旅行ブログ
水曜:月替わりテーマ(3月は料理レシピ!)
木曜:映画の名台詞
金曜:お休み
土曜:英語クイズ
日曜:海外で話題の動画

 

Photos from staff and teachers

I took this photo in New Zealand with my favorite shoes , chips and a coffee.

It was a  beautiful day.

Miki

Photos from staff and teachers

The Duncan family out in the mountains in Okutama. Our little girl’s third hike and she’s only seven months old.

Duncan

新橋校

Photo tips from a Tik Tok user.

If you like taking shots of flowers try this one!

https://www.tiktok.com/@da__kaigram0214/video/6894198551107210498?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAMoARI%2BCjyVXzFOGtx65PzFCMQ65HL7e0GsQNKlS3hhU%2FxwqPZdJNaEBVGluH9YY5D015PjgCAqaMRgGJo147Y0M10aAA%3D%3D&language=en&mid=6841976099342256902&preview_pb=0&region=JP&sec_user_id=MS4wLjABAAAAnRLbPuv3lrWciGsMvA-bVKK6gkJCZkLTlloEcE8UymGT1wVDoCnkXLVI3YrUjnwg&share_item_id=6894198551107210498&share_link_id=93F835CC-85D0-4151-A70A-5AD346F6ACAD&timestamp=1608111508&tt_from=messenger&u_code=dfa3ae1kfdgd7b&user_id=6890863563113497601&utm_campaign=client_share&utm_medium=ios&utm_source=messenger&source=h5_t

Mind Challenge Monday!

I wanted to continue practicing rhyming. On Saturday we looked at rhyming words such as elf and shelf, Santa and Fanta, Yoda and Soda and Rock with clock.

  1. Something that you give that rhymes with LIFT. _______________.

  2. Something that you send that rhymes with HARD. _____________.

  3. A little helper that rhymes with SHELF. ____________________.

  4. A famous reindeer that rhymes with GOLF. __________________.

  5. Something you decorate that rhymes with BEE. _______________.

  6. Something Santa hold that rhymes with BACK. ________________.

 

That time of year

It’s that time of the year again when most families across America have gotten their trees out of the attic, basement or shed, have just bought their first plastic tree or have gone out to the Christmas Tree lot to let the kids pick out their favorite tree. More Americans this year are deciding to get a freshly cut tree. Picking out a tree in a lot or in a field on the outskirts of town is a huge family event. More than twenty million trees will be sold from these lots or fields this year in America. Trees are often placed near living room windows so it can be seen from outside. Tree skirts are wrapped underneath the tree for the presents to rest on, angels or stars are often placed atop the trees with bulbs and ornaments hung on the branches and lights and tinsel wrapped around the tree from top to bottom. Presents are often placed beneath the tree weeks in advance leaving children desperate for Christmas day to come when they’ll get up extra early, rush to their parents room to wake them, drag them out of bed to the living room where each member of the family starts tearing their own gifts loose from the wrapping paper. Many Americans will take down their trees a few days after New Years, box them up or throw them onto the curb, where, in my home town they are all taken to a large dump to be burned with a large group of locals and media in attendance to mark The Burning of the Greens.

 

Derek