Grammer

SV(主語+動詞)文型を使ってみよう

Subject + Verb Form
SV(主語+動詞)文型を使って講師と会話してみましょう。
SV文型は、「OOはOOした。」とSVの順番で単語を並べれば完成します。 He laughed. 彼は笑った ここでは主語S(He)+動詞V(laughed)だけしかないの、SV(主語+動詞)文型です。 He laughed with me. 「彼は私と笑った」のように情報を加えることも多いです。 この時に追加情報が目的語(~を)や補語(目的語や主語とイコールの意味)にならないように気を付けてください。 【回答例】 She smiled. 彼女は微笑んだ
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作成したスクリプトは講師により添削されます。
Please use the subject and verb form.

Okay. I live in Shiga, Japan. My prefecture has a big lake called Biwa-ko. A long time ago the emperor released bluegill to the lake. It is a serious problem that they cause to pollute the lake. A lot of people who are fishing lover visit there to fish them.

自然な表現

Okay. I live in Shiga, Japan. My prefecture has a big lake called Biwa-ko. A long time ago the emperor released bluegill into the lake. They pollute the lake, which is a serious problem. A lot of people who are fishing lovers visit there to catch them.

1. This is a more appropriate preposition for this situation.
2.3. This is a more natural way of saying it.
4. Because there is more than one, us the plural form.
5. Your expression is correct, this is just an alternative.
I understand what you mean. Was there an overpopulation of bluegill fishes in the lake? Is this fish safe for consumption?

Yes, he apologized that they increased and result in negative effects on the lake although the original purpose was to farm them as fish to eat. It's okay with consumption. Actually, the city puts a ban on catch and release, so those who fish them have to eat or throw them away into a box. The place is suitable for beginers to practice to fish.

自然な表現

Yes, he apologized that they increased and resulted in negative effects on the lake, although the original purpose was to farm them as fish to eat. It's okay with consumption. Actually, the city put a ban on catch and release, so those who fish them have to eat or throw them away into a box. The place is suitable for beginners to practice to fish.

1.2. When talking about an event in the past, use the past tense.
3. This is the correct spelling of this word.
I see. In your opinion, do you think we should put a ban on fishing at a certain time of the year to help increase the number of fish?

I'm sorry about my complicated explanation. I mean that my city doesn't allow people to release the bluegill which they catch in order not to help decrease them. This is because the fish eat the creatures and pollute the lake. There are many people who enjoy fishing as they don't have to care about the limit of the amount. Please tell me if you have any not understandable parts of my English.

自然な表現

I'm sorry about my complicated explanation. I mean that my city doesn't allow people to release the bluegill which they catch in order to help decrease their population. This is because the fish eat the creatures and pollute the lake. There are many people who enjoy fishing as they don't have to care about the limit of the amount of fish they catch. Please tell me if you have any unclear parts of my English.

1.2. This is a more natural way of saying it.
3. Your expression is correct, this is just an alternative.
Your explanation was not complicated at all. It was good and easy to understand. Did you ever catch fish as a hobby?

I've ever catched fish during a BBQ. I remember it was so delicious. How about you? Do you often go to lake, river, and sea to do some activities?

自然な表現

I've caught fish during a BBQ. I remember it was so delicious. How about you? Do you often go to a lake, river, or sea to do some activities?

1. This is the correct past tense form of this word.
2. When talking about a more general term, use the indefinite article.
3. This is a more natural preposition for this situation.
I love to have river cruise but I hardly caught any fish. May be, one or two times, I cought one or two fish with fishing rod in the lake in my boyhood.

I see. Neither do I. I want to try it someday. I think that fishing is such a thing as a beginner's luck.

自然な表現

I see, neither do I. I want to try it someday. I think that fishing a thing where beginner's luck is key.

1.3. This is a more natural way of saying it.
  • look(見る)
  • go(行く)
  • swim(泳ぐ)
  • smile (笑う)
  • run(走る)
  • The man entered the building.(その男はそのビルに入って行った。)
  • She lives in Osaka.(彼女は大阪に住んでいます。)
  • The shop opens at nine.(その店は9時に開店する。)
  • The boy smiled at me.(その男の子は私に微笑んだ。)
  • He swims really fast.(彼は泳ぐのがすごく速い。)

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