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料理の作り方について話をしてみよう

Let's explain a recipe
あなたは料理のレシピについて説明しています。
日本食に限らず、いろいろな料理の作り方について話ができるようになれば、実際にいろいろな国の料理を作って楽しむことができるようになるでしょう。
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Would you like to explain how to make this dish?

The nice season has began to drink ice-cold beverages. I prefer using a sliced lemon with water or soda-pop while hot weather. How about your preference? Do you have a special drink for summer?

自然な表現

The nice season has begun  and we can drink ice-cold beverages. I prefer using a sliced lemon with water or soda-pop when there is hot weather. What is your preference? Do you have a special drink for summer?

1. " Begun" is the past participle of begin referring to what has already started.
2."we can" makes your explanation more precise.
3.A better and more natural way of phrasing this sentence.
4."what is" is the correct way of asking this question. Use "how" when asking a question relating to a certain method or procedure of action.
I like pineapple juice and water mixed like a Pina Colada without alcohol. I also like Coca-Cola or Pepsi.

That's the idea! The Pina Colada! It's stunning! I checked the meaning, it's a mixed drink made of pineapple juice and coconut cream and rum. If you use water in place of coconut cream, the taste would be the Pina Colada, wouldn't it?
In my refrigerator, there is a coconut milk now. I'll make it.

自然な表現

That's the idea! The Pina Colada! It's stunning! I checked the meaning, it's a mixed drink made of pineapple juice and coconut cream and rum. If you use water in place of coconut cream, the taste would be the Pina Colada, isn't it?
In my refrigerator, there is    coconut milk now. I'll make it.

1."isn't" brings out a more natural expression.
2..the indefinite article "a" is redundant and unnecessary.
I'll make it too. With coconut water but without rum because it's morning here and I don't want to get drunk.

Even without rum, you will feel like a million dollars.

自然な表現

Even without rum, you will feel like you have a million dollars.

1.This is a clearer way of writing your sentence.
  • then(次に)
  • first(最初に)
  • explain(説明する)
  • cuisine(料理)
  • cook(料理する)
  • The cuisine is almost done.(もうすぐでこの料理が作り終わります。)
  • Is this difficult to cook?(これを作るのは難しいですか?)
  • First, you put salt all over the meat.(最初に、肉に塩をふってください。)
  • Could you explain how to cook this cuisine?(この料理をどのように作るか教えてくれますか?)
  • Then what do you do after this?(次に何をしますか?)

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