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2009.12.04 (Review of 2007.03.30 edition)

If you have to be stuck in traffic, it's good to have some company!

Today's Lesson
CAR POOL   相乗り(通勤)、相乗りする人


  • A car pool is a group of people who drive together to work or school, usually taking turns driving and providing the vehicle.

    The verb form is car-pool.
  • car pool とは、職場や学校まで車で同乗する人のことです。たいてい、順番に車を提供して運転を担当します。

    動詞形は car-pool で、相乗りする、という意味です。



  1. a: Do you know Tom Miller in Payroll?
    b: He's in my car pool.
  2. If you're looking for a car pool partner, you can post a note on the employee bulletin board.
  3. (passenger to driver)
    Why don't you get in the car pool lane? It's faster.
  4. I've started car-pooling with Rhonda. Can you believe that, after working together for almost a year, we just found out that we live only half a mile away from each other?

英会話レッスンIt's been a great week. Thanks for YOUR company!