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  • Hi, it's Risa. How are you everyone?

  • Hope everyone's feeling great as always.

  • Let's do another "Ouchi-Eigo" phrase time together. Yeah!

  • I believe this is like part 5.

  • They are a few previous videos that I shared before.

  • These are all short and simple sentences.

  • I recommend a lot of parents to do this.

  • Especially if you want to raise your kids speaking English

  • Because they're short and simple

  • it's easy for you to speak to your kids at home.

  • Even your kids don't understand what you're saying in the beginning

  • if you speak to them with gestures

  • and the more you speak to them they will start to understand what you're saying.

  • And also they will absorb that language

  • so naturally they will start speaking the same phrases

  • So yeah! I think it's fun way to learn English together with your kids.

  • But anyway, let's get this started.

  • OK. First phrase.

  • Let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Uh-oh. Gotta fix it.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Yay.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • OK? Everyone got two each?

  • Yes? No one has three right or just one?

  • Everyone's got two?

  • Yes? Good!

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Oh, my god. Don't eat so fast.

  • I think there will be some extra.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • So your kid got tall enough to reach something high.

  • Let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Good for you.

  • Oh, my god. I can't believe you're so tall.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Maybe after kids drink milk, they might get this like white mustache or something.

  • So you might say

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Ooh, you look like a grandpa.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Maybe kids can say this phrase.

  • Alright, kids. Let's say this together. Ready?

  • Here we go.

  • Good job, everyone!

  • Well done!

  • I wonder what you made with clay.

  • Maybe elephant? Maybe alligator?

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • OK, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Yay. Clean, clean, clean.

  • Nice and clean.

  • OK, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Yay.

  • OK, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Yes!

  • OK, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • No. It's very very dangerous.

  • Don't do that please. OK?

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Ooooh, no.

  • If you say with the face expression, kids will pick up that face expressions too.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Oh, that was so close.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • Let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Oh, are you okay?

  • Do you want some ice pillow or something?

  • Next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Let's just relax together and maybe watch movie.

  • Next phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • Uh-oh. Maybe you're getting sick.

  • Oh, no. Let me check you if you have a fever.

  • Alright, next phrase.

  • So you have a runny nose, so you will say

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • I like to add go especially for like little kids.

  • So they will know when to go like blow the nose.

  • Alright, and last phrase.

  • Alright, let's try this in a chants together. Here we go.

  • That's so cute. I love it.

  • Picture time!

  • Yeah! so we did a lot of phrases again together

  • And like I said in the beginning

  • obviously kids won't understand if you just start speaking to them.

  • But if you speak to them with gestures

  • they are looking at what you're doing

  • but listening to what you're saying

  • so that will connect in their head naturally.

  • And that way, they will learn English in the phrase form

  • and also because these phrases are very short

  • I think they will pick up those phrases

  • and start speaking them too.

  • So yeah, let's start speaking English more to our kids.

  • Thank you so much for watching everyone.

  • And I hope everyone a great great day.

  • If you enjoyed this video, I really appreciate if you could subscribe this channel.

  • And I hope everyone will have a wonderful day or night.

  • Alright, thank you for watching.

  • Goodbye.

Hi, it's Risa. How are you everyone?

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    Takaaki Inoue 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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