ESL Podcast ep. 1199 - Eating on the Run - in Japanese

1199 - Eating on the Run


No time for a good lunch? Try eating some bad food instead! We’ll show you how on this episode.
(良いランチを取るための時間がない?替わりに悪いご飯を食べてみよう!このエピソードでどうするのかを見せましょう)


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Sam: Wait a second. Is this all you’re having for lunch, this microwaved burrito?
(ちょっとまって。これ全部ランチとして食べているの?これ温めたブリトー?)

Leticia: That’s all I have time for. It’s better than just eating it out of the package, right?
(ランチのための時間はこれだけなの。お皿に置いて食べるよりいいでしょ?)

Sam: That does not look appetizing. I see indigestion in your future.
(おいしそうじゃないね。将来お腹を壊すのが見えるよ)

Leticia: It’s filling and that’s all I care about. I need to gulp down something before the meeting at 1:00.
(お腹を満たしてくれるし、私が気にすることができるすべてよ。1時からのミーティング前に手っ取り早く何かを食べれることが必要なのよ)

Sam: Why don’t you brown bag it? Even if it’s something premade, you won’t have to rely on instant food.
(家で何か作って来たら?例え、あらかじめ作られたものでもインスタントフードに頼らなくて済むでしょ)

Leticia: Who has the time to prepare a lunch? This burrito is actually more than I eat on most days. Normally, I munch on candy bars or bags of chips and forgo lunch altogether.
(だれがランチを準備する時間があるって?このブリトーは実際はいつも食べているものよりいいんだよ。だいたい、スナックバーかポテトチップスをかじるだけか、まったくランチを食べないんだよ)

Sam: That’s not very healthy.
(それはとても不健康だね)

Leticia: No, but it keeps me going when I’m on the run on busy days like this. I have a stash in my desk. Do you want to take a look?
(そんなことないよ、でもこれが今みたいに忙しい日々を送らせてくれているのよ。私にはお菓子のコレクションがデスクにあるしね。見たい?)

Sam: That collection makes fast food look like haute cuisine!
(コレクションにすることでファストフードを高級料理のようにせさるね)


今回の単語

microwaved: something that is put into a microwaved oven 

eat something out of the package: to eat something without putting it on out a plate first, buy something in some sort of container

appetizing: it makes want to eat something

indigestion: pain or discomfort you feeling stomach after eat foot that isn't very good

filling: it makes you feel full and satisfied

to gulp: to drink something very quickly

brown bag: to prepare your own lunch at home and bring it with you

premade: it is already been prepared usually before buy it

to munch on: to eat small amount of something

to forgo: to decide not to do something that would normally do

altogether: completely or entirely

to be on the run: to be doing a lot of different things and going often different place in short amount of time

a stash: a collection of something that you are storing to use in the future

haute cuisine: high quality food, especially good French style food

今回の英会話頻出フレーズ

It's better ~ then ~: ~より~の方が良い

Why don't you ~?: ~してはどうですか?

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