We present the ASCA/GIS results of the transient source GRO J1744-28, the bursting X-ray pulsar, for the two times observations about one year apart. (the first and the second observations are on Feb.27th 1996 and Mar.16th 1997 respectively.) Since the discovery of GRO J1744-28 on Dec. 2 1995 with the BATSE observatory (Fishman et al. 1995; Kouveliotou et al.), thousands of Type II X-ray bursts, and sinusoidal pulsations have been observed in the X-ray band. No other source has ever been found to exhibit such unusual characteristics. Following each burst the flux decreases below, and recovers to the pre-burst persistent level (here after the dip) within a few seconds to a few minutes, depending on the total flux of the burst. We examined the spectrum of GRO J1744-28 during each persistent, dip, burst phases at the two observations. This is the first detail study of the spectra (1-10keV band) of GRO J1744-28.