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For Life

It's a great pleasure to be welcoming you back! We feel honored to have your company five days a week, all year round. Wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to see all one's friends so regularly? Well, that's the thought that inspired this week's theme, “Keeping in Touch”. And to explain the meaning of our theme, we bring you the first edition of October 2006. Enjoy!

Today's LessonCATEGORY: イディオム


  • To be in touch with someone is to regularly communicate with them.

    To lose touch with someone is to stop communicating with them.
  • in touch with someone とは、定期的に誰かと連絡を取っている、という意味です。

    lose touch with someone とは、誰かと連絡を取るのをやめる、連絡が途絶える、という意味です。


  1. Have you been in touch with Sarah since she moved?
  2. (two friends who live in different cities)
    a: It was great seeing you again.
    b: Same here. Let's stay in touch, okay?
  3. E-mail is a great way to stay in touch with people.
  4. I need to get in touch with Susan Bradley. Do you know her number?
  5. I've lost touch with most of my friends from college, although there are a couple of people that I still get together with once in a while.

英会話レッスンIt's goodbye for now, but we'll be in touch soon!