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2020.06.25 13:42

今日の英語!
Relationships and dating!
Today we will learn how to use

the phrase ‘have a crush on someone’ and ‘ask someone out’
今日のレッスンは、便利なl ‘have a crush on someone’ と ‘ask someone out’ の使い方です!
がんばってください!
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  • 飛胤暁 2020.06.25 14:01

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    totallyですごくって意味もえるのは初めて知ったcrush とloveのネイティブが受けるニュアンスが難しい……
  • Natsu なつ 2020.06.25 14:06

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    He never asked me out, so I didn’t know that you wanted to be with me. 😱
  • Chris Hassett 2020.06.25 14:13

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    @飛胤暁 Thats why I post these lessons 🤙 take it day by day and you’ll understand English no problem! 🇬🇧 😉
  • Chris Hassett 2020.06.25 14:15

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    @Natsu なつ Great example Natsu! 👍👍 Maybe he was shy 😉 *I didn’t know that he wanted to be with me*
  • Natsu なつ 2020.06.25 14:44

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    @Chris Hassett Thanks for correcting me Chris!😊 He is still shy after getting along with me 😉
  • Yukie 2020.06.25 14:45

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    If he asked me out at that time, I might have got married to him. Does this make sence?
  • Chris Hassett 2020.06.26 03:19

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    @Natsu なつ No problem Natsu 👍 Still shy? I’m sure he just really likes you 😉
  • Chris Hassett 2020.06.26 03:20

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    @Yukie Yep makes sense! Try it like this though.. *If he’d asked me out back then, I might have ended up marrying him* 👍😉
  • Yukie 2020.06.26 03:50

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    @Chris Hassett I see, I'm not good at 2nd conditional. It's so helpful for me . 🙂
  • Chris Hassett 2020.06.26 09:32

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    @Yukie Glad I could help! I think your English is great 😉👍👍

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