41) Did you tell him to finish it by the time our boss comes back?
42) I told him to finish it by the time our boss comes back.
43) Did you ask him not to blame her for being late?
44) I asked him not to blame her for being late.
45) Did you want him to talk to you about it in person?
46) I wanted him to talk to me about it in person.
47) Have you been forced to study by your parents?
48) I have been forced to study by my parents.
49) I haven’t been forced to study by my parents.
50) How should we try to convince him of our idea?
【3】 置き換え エクササイズ（英文）
1) It’s very difficult to make our boss change his mind once he has made a decision. But I recently found out that if I buy him some sweets from his favorite store, he will listen to me and think it over.
2) She never tries to make herself look good and always acts the way she is. So everyone trusts her and that’s why our boss put her in charge.
【2】 置き換え エクササイズ（日本語から簡単な日本語）
【3】 置き換え エクササイズ（英文）
1) Once our boss decided something, he didn’t change his mind easily. But I recently figured out a good way to change his mind. It is really good to buy him some sweets at his favorite shop and bring ones to him.
2) She never thinks she wants to look much better than herself. She is always honest. Everyone trusts her. So our boss told her to become a leader.
【4】 Communication Skill Exercise（英文）
I suggest you to tell him your true feelings. Not during work, but after work, I think it is better. Why don’t you go somewhere with him, for example, at your favorite bar? If you want your working environment turning into an comfortable atomosphere, you should try to have better relationship with him and honestly tell him your feelings.
Once our boss decided something, he didn’t change his mind easily.
⇒ 「気を変えさせるのは至難の業だ」のニュアンスが、抜けてしまったようです ^^
It’s so hard to… といった形で始めて、表現を考えてみましょう☆
She never thinks she wants to look much better than herself.
他人に対し自分を良く見せる、と言うときは make oneself look good といった形にすると、
Once you build a good relationship with somebody, it’s going to be much easier to tell your honest feelings. Indeed. I’ve had a manager who was not talkative but very loud. One day, a female manager from next department smacked his head with yelling “SHUT UP!” :-O Scary…
4:47 convince の発音が「コンビャンス」のように聞こえてきますが、「コンヴィンス」の
This week, we are going to talk about “”answering the questions first””.
It’s more difficult than you think because Japanese and English communication styles are different.
This week, let’s think about this.
Answering the questions first (and explain later) is very important.
People can’t focus on listening for a long time.
So the listeners feel stressed and lose interest in your story at the end if you don’t give them an answer first.
When you communicate with your classmates, do you simply answer the questions first?
If not, let’s try this strategy and you will see what happens. :-)