未分類 [ワンポイント] We "ended up" getting drunk. (for #100)
Wow! What a busy weekend! Yoshi and I recorded Saturday night, and Sunday morning. On Saturday night we recorded episode 100... So it got a little crazy! 笑 It will be our longest podcast, and the most silly... We will release it this Thursday at 10:00am. よろしくお願いします！
Annnnnnyway, let's start the week with another “One-point English” lesson(日本語の説明付き！), from Dave (デイブ). If you want more, please check out his website! He posts something new everyday.
今日の話題は: One-point English
I ended up walking home in the rain.
今日「end up」について話したいと思います。英語ではよく結論を述べる時に「end up」を使います。主に良くない又は恥ずかしい結論に付いっています。「end up」は動詞なので普通に動名詞（ingが付いている動詞、eating等）が次来ます。（主語→end up→動名詞→）
I ended up eating McDonald's for breakfast.
After our big fight my girlfriend and I ended up breaking up.
After much consideration, I ended up buying a new BMW.
Give it a try! 使ってみてください！
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