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Here's a word that means different things to different people. For some, it's a way to peacefully commune with Mother Earth. For others, it's a high-intensity, competitive sport that pits man against nature!

Today's Lesson
FISH (v.)   釣りをする


  • To fish is to try to catch fish (or shellfish) with a hook and line, net, etc.
  • fish とは、釣り針と釣り糸や網を使って、魚や貝をとろうとする、という意味です。


  1. a: Do you like to fish?
    b: I don't know. I've never been fishing.
  2. Let's go fishing tomorrow. We can fish Crescent Lake.
  3. We saw some boats fishing for squid off the coast at night.
  4. This used to be a fishing village, but now it's mainly a tourist town.
  5. Visitors to this area are always anxious to see cormorant fishing (鵜飼い).
  6. a: What do you like to do in your free time?
    b: I go fly fishing almost every weekend.

英会話レッスンIf you think today's edition was nice, you should have seen the one that got away!