レッスンレポート(Part13 レギュラークラス New Orleans, Louisiana Holiday: Live Entertainment, History and Authentic )
🔊 Have you ever been to New Orleans before?
🔊 What do you know about New Orleans?
🔊 Have you travelled to other places in America before? Where did you go and what did you do?
🔊 Before the video: Teachers will read the following questions aloud, please prepare for listening!
🔊 After the video: Did you get it? If not, please tell your teacher specifically which part you didn’t understand. Let’s review the video again 🙂
🔊 What is New Orleans famous for inventing?
🔊 What can you see on Royal Street?
Key Words & Phrases
🔊 Do you understand the following Key Words & Phrases? Your teacher will select Key Words & Phrases and ask you about their meanings.
🔊 If you don’t understand, your teacher can explain them. Afterwards, try to use the Key Words & Phrases to make a sentence!
🔊 00:46 the restaurants here serve some of the most sophisticated cocktails I’ve ever seen.🔊 00:51 One particular venue that locals and visitors rave about is Sobou,
🔊 where they offer world-class dining along with inventive cocktails and an extensive wine menu.
🔊 01:08 For more top notch dining you should take a trip down Royal Street,
🔊 where you can find tasty Creole and Cajun dishes among the endless choices
🔊 01:23 antiques shops and exquisite hand-crafted goods are on full view for your pleasure and purchase.
🔊 And, night time in New Orleans is always bursting with energy
🔊 02:21 An evening spent on Frenchmen Street should definitely be on the itinerary for anyone looking for a fabulous night of live music.
🔊 What stood out to you the most in the video?
🔊 If you had one day in New Orleans, what would you put on your itinerary?
🔊 Do you enjoy lively and loud areas or quiet and relaxing areas?
🔊 You will be a customer and trying to order something you’d like! Your teacher will be a waiter, staff, worker and so on to take your order🙂
New Or-leans (leeeeens)
New Orlans (lens)
What is famous is New Orleans?
-Jazz music Beach
-Parade, similar to car-ni-val
-it is a city in Louisiana
-Voodoo Donuts (the original shop)
-Voodoo (magic) - dark magic
-New Orleans is known for voodoo.
-Beneigh (ben-yeh)like a donut with powder sugar
What is New Orleans famous for inventing?
Invent = to create (for the first time), original creation
New Orleans is famous for inventing drinks like the ‘Hurricane’
Hurricane drink = rum (alcohol made from sugarcane), fruit juice, grenadine (pomegranate = pom-ah-gran-it)
Many hurricanes go through New Orleans
Hurricane = Typhoon = Cyclone
What can you do on Royal Street?
Top-notch = highest quality, very very good
Dining = eating in a restaurant
Street performers and musicians
Performer = someone who performs (anything)
Musician = someone who plays music
Art galleries, antique shops, hand-crafted goods
Antique = very old itemHand-crafted = handmade, (Hand-crafted is a nicer/prettier word) Craft = anything handmade, artistic the restaurants here serve some of the most sophisticated cocktails I’ve ever seen.
Sophisticated = fancy, clean, smart(intelligent), high-society , something adult/grown-up Fancy/complexComplex (nicer word) = complicated (opposite of simple)
Lots of layers, lots to experience
One particular venue that locals and visitors rave about is Sobou, where they offer world-class dining along with inventive cocktails and an extensive wine menu.
Particular = specific, (out of everything, just one) Venue = place
Rave (noun)= club party (party in a club)
Rave (verb) = really excited, love
Serve = offer, provide, to have
World-class = competes for the top in the world (top-notch in the world)
Compete = trying to win, trying to be number 1 Inventive (adjective) = very new, original Extensive = wide, large, lots of, long
An extensive explanation
A long explanation to extend = to make longerI will extend the deadlineI will make the deadline later
Extension (noun) = something that is made longer
I got an extension on the deadline
My deadline is later Cajun and Creole are two different types of cooking in the south of the United Stated
America = USA = the United States (of America)
They both use different spices Endless choices
Endless = no end, many many many many
~less = no
There is no end to the choices
Exquisite (formal) = very beautiful, very nice to look at, fancy, high-society
This tastes exquisite = this tastes very nice, fancy, wonderful
Usually used with something fancy or expensive
Burst = explode, pop, filled past the maximum(max) so it pops
Bursting with energy = filled so much with energy, it is exploding, going everywhere Definitely = must
If you had one day in New Orleans, what would you put on your itinerary?
What bus stop number I should walk to
Get on the bus at stop number #
How to get there, give me directions
How many stops or what stop I should get off at1.
Ride for # stops, and get off at stop number #
Use for short rides, not so many stops2.
Get of at stop number #
Use only for long rides, many stops