Grammer

倒置文を使ってみよう

Inverted Sentences.
倒置文で始めて講師と会話してみましょう。
倒置文も強調文の一種としてカウントされるでしょう。 倒置とは語順が変わることであり、疑問文と同じ形になるものもありますが、疑問文ではありません。 感情の高まりを表現したいときに好んで使われます。 soやneitherを使って同意を表す文も強調できます。 【回答例】 Do you love Beatles? So do I! ビートルズが好きなの?僕もそうだよ!
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Please use an inverted sentence.
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このレッスンを始める
Writingレッスンの例
Best Teacherで実際に行われている直近のWritingレッスンです。
作成したスクリプトは講師により添削されます。
Please use an inverted sentence.

Do you like eating coriander? Neither do I!

自然な表現

Do you enjoy eating coriander? Neither do I!

1. We can also use the verb ''enjoy'' instead of ''like'' but it is not obligatory.
Well, I have never eaten coriander before. Why do people eat coriander anyway? Why is coriander important?

I'm not sure. I guess they like eating it for their healthy.

自然な表現

I'm not sure. I guess they like eating it for their health.

1. We need to use the noun form of this word.
Indeed, it must be for health reasons. Do you take herbs? Why are herbs important? How easy is it to start an herb garden?

No, I don't take herbs so much. I see the herb on the top of a pasta sometimes. I think people can relax by taking herbs. I heard herbs can be grown easily as that's enough to water flower bed once a week.

自然な表現

No, I don't take herbs so much. I see some herbs on top of pasta sometimes. I think people can relax by taking herbs. I heard herbs can be grown easily since they only require water and sun to grow.

1. We need to restructure this sentence in order to correctly express what you wanted to say;
2. We should change the ending of this sentence to define properly what herbs need to grow.
Oh, that is quite interesting. I didn't know that herbs grow easily. Is herbal medicine always safe since it is natural?

You can say that again.

自然な表現

You can bet it is.

1. We can also use this phrasing to express the same meaning in a different way.
  • Neither am I.(私も〜でない。)
  • Not until~(になって初めて)
  • seldom(めったに〜ない)
  • So am I.(私もそうです。)
  • rarely(めったに〜ない)
  • She seldom talks during the lesson.(彼女は滅多にレッスンでしゃべりません。)
  • Happy is the man who has many friends.(友達が多い人は幸せです。)
  • Not a single word did he say during the meeting.(彼は会議中に一言も話さなかった。)
  • Not until yesterday did he finally tell the truth.(昨日になって初めて、彼は真実を話した。)
  • Rarely does she ever tell a lie.(彼女はめったに嘘をつかない。)

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