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Lesson Report

レッスンレポート

フルフルでは英会話レッスンに留まらず、レッスン後の復習面と課題の克服も英語上達の大切な一貫として徹底的にサポートします。
ここではレッスン毎にお届けする、書き起こしスクリプト、講師による添削、To Doリスト、学習進捗データを含むレッスンレポートの実例をご紹介します。

サンプル男性

S.Fさん 男性の場合
英会話歴5年
フルフル受講歴 3ヶ月

レッスンデータ例

AIによる書き起こし単語数

1120 words

生徒771単語 + 講師349単語

添削指摘数

64箇所

使った単語数

711 words

生徒さんの使用単語数

使った単語種類

279 words

生徒さんの使用単語種類

※書き起こし文字数・添削数は目安です。個々の英語力やレッスン毎に話す会話量によって変動します。
※レッスンの後半10分間で書き起こされた文字、単語、添削数を表示しています。
※データ例の表示項目は変更される場合がございます。

Script and Correction Sample

書き起こし & 添削事例

レッスン終了後は会話の書き起こしスクリプトと講師による添削をお届けします。
会話をスクリプト化し文章でも講師からの指摘・添削を受ける事で、何をどう改善するべきかを明確にします。

※添削前後の表示は、実際の画面とは見え方が異なります。
※実際の画面では添削後の表示の場合での音声頭出し機能は提供しておりませんが、添削前の頭出し再生ボタンから該当箇所の音声をお聞き頂けます。
※AIの書き起こしは講師の発言も全て書き起こされますが、清書スクリプトでは講師のスクリプトは書き起こされない場合がございます。

添削前

添削前の書き起こしスクリプトでは、レッスン後半10分間であなたと講師が話した会話をそのまま表示します。 一文章単位や30秒ごとに音声を再生し、聞き返す事も可能です。(A),(B)の表記は添削された箇所は、「添削結果」から添削後の英文をご確認頂けます。
0秒前後
あなた
添削前Yeah, I work, yeah, I work for another company. I mean, this company
講師
添削前Okay. All the manufacturing is done in Hiroshima because I actually I didn't know that
あなた
添削前Most of the manufacturing is, you know, in China, and Bangladesh.
講師
添削前and Bangladesh.
Okay, So what is actually done in Japan?
30秒前後
あなた
添削前now, product planning
講師
添削前OK,
あなた
添削前But design, we make all the patterns, you know, we will, like (A) the instruction sheets, size spec.Then we send (B) it to China. In this area, they used to make jeans and bottoms you know, in Japan, but, you know, (C) the price goes up.
講師
添削前Yeah. Yeah.
あなた
添削前The market is different, you know, (D) they look, people want to buy cheaper things.
60秒前後
講師
添削前Of course. Yeah,
あなた
添削前Maybe 20 or 30 years ago, you know, our company (E) moved to, you know, started to produce in China.
They started production in China.
講師
添削前Yeah.
So do you still make the prototypes in Japan and everything?
90秒前後
あなた
添削前Like prototype, what kind of prototype?
講師
添削前Like my like, for example, my friend works for a manufacturer in Taiwan. Then they still made a lot of the clothes in Taiwan.
But then they would send the prototype to China, and then they would reproduce it
あなた
添削前we do (F) it, you know, we have, like (G) small sewing line, you know, they make (H) the sample, prototype, you know, (I) then we send (J) it to China and Bangladesh.
120秒前後
講師
添削前Okay, so do you.
Do you travel abroad for your job?
あなた
添削前(K) Used to before, you know before this situation, before (L) coronavirus, you know, mostly (M) China and Bangladesh,
講師
添削前mostly China and Bangladesh.
So what is your primary role in the company?Like, is that Is that you?
You're kind of the communication experts, and you deal with the factories.
150秒前後
あなた
添削前I am, you know, (N) between Japan, (O) Japan side and Bangladesh side. (P) Sometimes in English. Then, mostly, I do designspan (Q) , designing and merchandising.
You know, we talk about, you know, (R) costing, pricing, and and I also, you know, manage (S) the, what do you say, delivery date and…
180秒前後
講師
添削前shipping and
あなた
添削前Shipping date.
講師
添削前And we use the word logistics
あなた
添削前Right logistics.
講師
添削前Yeah, Yeah.
Organizing, shipping and deadlines and things like that.
Uh oh.
So how is work going at the moment?
It's I'm sure it's completely different because of Covid 19.
210秒前後
あなた
添削前Like a few months ago, (T) everything’s, you know, after (U) this emergency call from the government, you know, (V) the all the stores were closed and the situation was changed drastically.
People didn't want to buy clothes, but after a few months, maybe they got tired of, you know, staying (W) in the house.
And this month, (X) getting better.
講師
添削前Good.
あなた
添削前Maybe 90% compared to last year.
I mean, total sales (Y) was coming, you know, (Z) going back.
240秒前後
講師
添削前So nearly recovered.
あなた
添削前Recovered.
講師
添削前Yeah.
あなた
添削前Yeah, I can’t say that. (A2) Not as bad as we expected a few months ago.
講師
添削前Oh, that’s lucky.
あなた
添削前Then, people are starting (B2) buy more things (C2) Internet online. You know, the percentage is growing, compared to retail.
270秒前後
講師
添削前you do?
You have an online presence.
Do you sell Direct online are mostly through retailers
あなた
添削前No we used to have our own EC site.
We used to have our, you know, own website to sell our products.
But now we sell to our (D2) customer who sell our products online.
講師
添削前Okay,
あなた
添削前They they're doing good.
And also, you know, I we sell our products to our retailers, retail stores.
300秒前後
講師
添削前What kind of what kind of shops are selling your clothes?
I'm just wondering if I remember the Japanese names.
あなた
添削前Like what clients?
The biggest, you might know. XXX?
講師
添削前XXX?
あなた
添削前XXX is (E2) cheaper store.
But they have, like 1500 stores in Japan.
So (F2) the quantity maybe little more than XXX?
講師
添削前Wow, big company.
あなた
添削前And (G2) another stores like XXX.
330秒前後
講師
添削前Yeah, of course.
Of course.
あなた
添削前XXX and XXX, and they they're more expensive stores, but, you know, select (H2) shop. We make (I2) cheapest products up to, you know, (J2) high end, (K2) not high end but, but you know, more expensive.
360秒前後
講師
添削前focus on the middle to lower part of the market.
あなた
添削前The biggest quantities (L2) is more (M2) for lower. Lower pricing.
講師
添削前Of course.  
あなた
添削前But we are good at making cheaper but good quality products.
(N2) we're specializing denim, (O2) I mean bottoms.
講師
添削前Bottoms and denim.
あなた
添削前Only men's bottoms.
So we have, you know, all the knowledge maybe so.
講師
添削前Very focused.
あなた
添削前Right, right, not only me but other (P2) coworkers and other people in our company, they have good experience, (Q2)we can handle.
390秒前後
講師
添削前okay?
And I guess you said it's recovered now.
あなた
添削前Right
講師
添削前But what was the Did you have problems with your factories in the beginning?
In China like that?
However your supply.
Shut down.
420秒前後
あなた
添削前Yeah, (R2) the initially Chinese (S2) factory (T2) close, you know, for, like, two months then (U2) they, all the deliveries stopped.
講師
添削前2 months? Wow
あなた
添削前About two months, (V2) depends on the (W2) cities and depends on the factories (X2) that, you know, like, two months.
So we were expecting, like, (Y2) short short pants in March, then April, but, you know, some products were delayed too much, so we had to (Z2) sell (A3) these products, you know, next year. (B3) After China started to open, I mean, (C3) they’re factories are opening like mostly all their factories are opening now.
講師
添削前Of course.
あなた
添削前But after China started to open, all (D3) the Bangladesh closed.
450秒前後
講師
添削前Okay.
They were next.
480秒前後
あなた
添削前For, like maybe 2-3 months, they shut down.
講師
添削前Really?
あなた
添削前They shut down, the government shutdown, Dhaka city, (E3) they couldn't move (F3) the products and they couldn't go anywhere from…
講師
添削前they had a lock down.
Yeah, but it was Bangladesh open Now, though
510秒前後
あなた
添削前They are.
I mean, their situation is (G3)not good.
They're still having, like, 3000, how do I say?
講師
添削前Cases.
あなた
添削前Cases, cases, every day, every day.
講師
添削前Wow. Still.
あなた
添削前(H3) And but, they're Bangladesh is (I3) very poor country.
540秒前後
講師
添削前Oh sorry, It was all right.
Didn't mean to do that.
あなた
添削前Okay?
講師
添削前I don't I don't, but yeah.
Bangladesh is a developing country,
あなた
添削前And their government cannot stop (J3) economy, so they have to open these factories.
And now, you know, apparel is like 80 to 90% of their exports.
講師
添削前Textiles,
あなた
添削前Textiles, making garments.
So even, though, the coronavirus is spreading, they cannot stop the factory.
570秒前後
講師
添削前Yeah, they have to open.
あなた
添削前Yeah, but still, you know, that's (L3) a situation.
講師
添削前And do you?
Because you work with both countries.

添削後

添削後のスクリプトでは、講師があなたの英語を正しい英文へ正すほか、次から使える新たなフレーズや単語を提案します。 添削されている箇所(A),(B),(C)…をクリックすることで、添削前後の比較をご覧いただけます。
0秒前後
あなた
添削後Yeah, I work, yeah, I work for another company.
I mean, this company    
講師
添削後Okay. All the manufacturing is done in Hiroshima because I actually I didn't know that
あなた
添削後Most of the manufacturing is, you know, in China, and Bangladesh.
講師
添削後and Bangladesh.
Okay, So what is actually done in Japan?
30秒前後
あなた
添削後now, product planning
講師
添削後OK,
あなた
添削後But design, we make all the patterns, you know, we will, like (A) create instructions sheets, and size spec.
Then we send (B) them  to China. In this area, they used to make jeans and bottoms you know, in Japan, but, you know, (C) that drives the price up/increases the price.
講師
添削後Yeah. Yeah.
あなた
添削後The market is different, you know,(D) people want to buy cheaper things
60秒前後
講師
添削後Of course.
Yeah,
あなた
添削後Maybe 20 or 30 years ago, you know, our company (E) moved production to/started producing in China.
They started production in China.
講師
添削後Yeah.
So do you still make the prototypes in Japan and everything?
90秒前後
あなた
添削後Like prototype, what kind of prototype?
講師
添削後Like my like, for example, my friend works for a manufacturer in Taiwan. Then they still made a lot of the close in Taiwan.
but then they would send the prototype to China, and then they would reproduce it
あなた
添削後we do (F) that, you know, we have, like (G) a small sewing line, you know, they make (H) samples, prototypes, you know, (I) and then we send (J) them (for production) to China and Bangladesh.
120秒前後
講師
添削後Okay, so do you.
Do you travel abroad for your job?
あなた
添削後(K) I used to before, you know before this situation, before (L) the coronavirus/COVID-19/the outbreak, you know, mostly (M) to China and Bangladesh,
講師
添削後mostly China and Bangladesh.
So what is your primary role in the company?
Like, is that Is that you?
You're kind of the communication experts, and you deal with the factories.
150秒前後
あなた
添削後I am, you know, (N) I'm a sort of go-between for Japan,(O) and the Japanese side and Bangladesh side. (P) We sometimes use English. Then, mostly, (Q) I do design and merchandising.
You know, we talk about, you know, (R) pricing and I also, you know, manage (S) our logistics and shipping…
180秒前後
講師
添削後shipping date.
あなた
添削後Shipping date.
講師
添削後And we use the word logistics
あなた
添削後Right logistics.
講師
添削後Yeah, Yeah.
Organizing, shipping and deadlines and things like that.
Uh oh.
So how is work going at the moment?
It's I'm sure it's completely different because of Covid 19
210秒前後
あなた
添削後Like a few months ago, (T) everything was, you know, after (U) the declaration of emergency from the government, you know, (V) all the stores were closed and the situation was changed drastically. People didn't want to buy clothes, but after a few months, maybe they got tired of, you know, staying (W) home.
And this month, (X) it’s been getting better.
講師
添削後Good.
あなた
添削後Maybe 90% compared to last year.
I mean, total sales (Y) are coming back, you know, (Z) recovering.
240秒前後
講師
添削後So nearly recovered.
あなた
添削後Recovered.
講師
添削後Yeah.
あなた
添削後Yeah, I can’t say that. (A2) It was not as bad as we expected a few months ago.
講師
添削後Oh, that’s lucky.
あなた
添削後Then, people are starting (B2) to buy more things (C2) online. You know, the percentage is growing, compared to retail.
270秒前後
講師
添削後you do?
You have an online presence.
Do you sell Direct online are mostly through retailers
あなた
添削後No we used to have our own EC site.
We used to have our, you know, own website to sell our products.
But now we sell to our (D2) customers who sell our products online.
講師
添削後Okay,
あなた
添削後They they're doing good.
And also, you know, I we sell our products to our retailers, retail stores.
300秒前後
講師
添削後What kind of what kind of shops are selling your clothes?
I'm just wondering if I remember the Japanese names.
あなた
添削後Like what clients?
The biggest, you might know. XXX?
講師
添削後XXX?
あなた
添削後XXX is (E2) a cheaper store.
But they have, like 1500 stores in Japan.
So (F2) they might sell slightly higher quantities than XXX?  
講師
添削後Wow, big company.
あなた
添削後And (G2) other stores like XXX.
330秒前後
講師
添削後Yeah, of course.
Of course.
あなた
添削後XXX and XXX, and they they're more expensive stores, but, you know, select (H2)shops . We make (I2) cheap products up to, you know,(J2) the high end, (K2) well not high end but, but you know, more expensive.
360秒前後
講師
添削後focus on the middle to lower part of the market.
あなた
添削後The biggest quantities (L2) are the (M2) cheapest/lowest priced.
講師
添削後Of course.
あなた
添削後But we are good at making cheaper but good quality products.
(N2) we specialise in denim, (O2)in bottoms.
講師
添削後Bottoms and denim.
あなた
添削後Only men's bottoms.
So we have, you know, all the knowledge maybe so.
講師
添削後Very focused.
あなた
添削後Right, right, not only me but (P2)my other coworkers and other people in our company, they have good experience, (Q2) so we can handle it.
390秒前後
講師
添削後okay?
And I guess you said it's recovered now.
あなた
添削後Right.
講師
添削後But what was the Did you have problems with your factories in the beginning?
In China like that?
However your supply.
Shut down.
420秒前後
あなた
添削後Yeah, (R2) initially, Chinese (S2) factories (T2) were closed, you know, for, like, two months then (U2) all their deliveries stopped.
講師
添削後2 months? Wow
あなた
添削後About two months, (V2)it depended on the (W2) city and factory(X2)but, you know, like, for two months.
So we were expecting, like, (Y2)shorts in March, then April, but, you know, some products were delayed too much, so we had to (Z2) delay (A3)those products, you know, until next year.
(B3) Now China has started to open, I mean, (C3)their factories are mostly all open or are opening now.
講師
添削後Of course.
あなた
添削後But after China started to open, all (D3)of Bangladesh closed.
450秒前後
講師
添削後Okay.
They were next.
480秒前後
あなた
添削後For, like maybe 2-3 months, they shut down.
講師
添削後Really?
あなた
添削後They shut down, the government shutdown, Dhaka city, (E3)so they couldn't move (F3)products and they couldn't go anywhere from…
講師
添削後they had a lock down.
Yeah, but it was Bangladesh open Now, though
510秒前後
あなた
添削後They are.
I mean, their situation is (G3)(still) not good.
They're still having, like, 3000, how do I say?
講師
添削後Cases.
あなた
添削後Cases, cases, every day, every day.
講師
添削後Wow. Still.
あなた
添削後 (H3) But, they're Bangladesh is (I3)a very poor country.
540秒前後
講師
添削後Oh sorry, It was all right.
Didn't mean to do that.
あなた
添削後Okay?
講師
添削後I don't I don't, but yeah.
Bangladesh is a developing country,
あなた
添削後… And their government cannot stop (J3)their economy, so they have to open these factories.
And now, you know, apparel is like 80 to 90% of their exports.
講師
添削後Textiles,
あなた
添削後Textiles, making garments.
So even, though, the coronavirus is spreading, they cannot stop the factory.
570秒前後
講師
添削後Yeah, they have to open.
あなた
添削後Yeah, but still, you know, that's (L3) the situation.
講師
添削後And do you?
Because you work with both countries.

ネイティブ講師からの総評

最後に講師から、レッスンの総評をお送りします。
次回からの注意点やTo Doリストに関する共有はもちろん、レッスンに対する感想やコメントなどを受け楽しくモチベーションを継続しながら学ぶことができます。
Thanks again for joining me for a fun chat and our new course!
It was a blast! I'm super impressed with your communication skills when having these direct communications.
Your fluency is great! Just take care to use more full sentences.
This is good practice. In addition, I think your communication skills were excellent but I’ll try and speak a bit faster next time.
I think you're used to slow English, but it's good to become accustomed to the speed of a native speaker! Don't worry, we'll increase slowly!
Take care and enjoy the rest of your weekend too!

Progress Chart

学習進捗データ

学習進捗データではレッスン内で使った単語総数、単語種類数の推移、To Doリストの消化率や復習率が表示されます。
使える単語数や種類の推移や復習状況を見える化し、上達や学習一目瞭然。
自分自身の成長具合を見ることで、モチベーションアップにもつながります!

ToDoリスト消化率

ToDoリスト消化率

あなたの復習率

あなたの復習率

あなたの使用単語数の推移

あなたの使用単語数の推移

あなたの使用単語種類の推移

あなたの使用単語種類の推移

To do list

To Doリスト

レッスン毎に見つけたあなたの課題や次に改善するべきポイントを講師が明確化、あなたと毎回シェアします。
この目標を達成するため次回レッスンで集中的に練習し、確実に改善出来るよう指導します!

共有To Do

共有To Doは講師が改善・練習が必要だと判断したポイントを共有します。講師と一緒にこの共有To Doをクリアしながら上達を目指します。

To Do 1
Try to use more full sentences! It takes longer, but it's good practice for formal writing.
To Do 2
Remember to use different tenses instead of the simple present tense. The simple present tense is only used for routines and general repeated actions.
To Do 3
Try and avoid overusing articles like 'the' and 'a'. We can usually refer to objects directly in speaking.

個人To Do

個人To Doは、講師が登録したTo Doリストの中からあなたが自身で完結できそうなものをリスト化し、自習に役立てることができます。

To Do 1
Try sentences with some new words and phrases.
To Do 2
Practice to speak with longer sentences.
To Do 3
Make sure to use correct articles.