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同僚のホームパーティーに参加しよう

Chatting with a co-worker at a party
海外生活においてパーティーは重要なものです。普段仕事で話さないようなこと、例えば趣味や趣向、どんなスポーツをやるか、どんな音楽を聴くか等を知ることが出来ます。 そしてまたどういう考え方の持ち主なのかという、人を知る上でもとても重要な位置を占める機会です。 そこで培ったことが仕事上での円滑なコミュニケーションやチームプレイに発揮されることでしょう。
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Thanks for coming!
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Thanks for coming!

Thank you for inviting me. I'm very glad to see you and your friends. You know, I have came this country just only two weeks. So, I'm interested in learning from you many things and this country culters.

自然な表現

Thank you for inviting me. I'm very glad to see you and your friends. You know, I came to this country just two weeks ago. So, I'm interested in learning from you many things and this country's culture .

1. Use past simple tense for actions in the past.
2. Use "ago" to describe the length of time between now, and when a past avtion happened
3. Check your spelling carefully
I'm glad you could make it to the party and sure, you can count on me to show you around. Where do you want to go tomorrow morning?

I want to go the ABC lake. It is famous for beautiful sight, many fish, and small valley between mountains. I hear many tourists come there every year.

自然な表現

I want to go the ABC lake. It is famous for beautiful sights, many fish, and a small valley between mountains. I hear many tourists come there every year.

1. Use plural nouns for more than one thing
2. Use indefinite articles for non-unique things
Good choice, ABC lake is a very popular tourist spot, I'm sure you will like it. We could do some fishing too.

It's interesting to hear that. I like fishing. If you are available tomorrow, please let me go there with you. If you are not available, please tell me how to go there.

自然な表現

It's interested to hear that. I like fishing. If you are available tomorrow, please let me go there with you. If you are not available, please tell me how to go there.

1. Use the adjective, "interested" to describe how you feel about something.
I am available, I'll be more than glad to take you there. I'm on vacation so no problem. Do you have a fishing rod?

No I don't. Can I rent it there? Did you fish there? If yes, what kind of fish did you get? I sometimes go fish in Japan, so I'm confident my skill. Anyway, let mo know how to go there? By bus, by train, by car?

自然な表現

No I don't. Can I rent it there? Did you fish there? If yes, what kind of fish did you get? I sometimes go fishing in Japan, so I'm confident in my skill. Anyway, let me know how to go there? By bus, by train, by car?

1. Vocab: to go fishing
2. Prepositions: to be confident in/about + something
3. Check your spelling carefully
Yes, don't worry about it, there's a store close to the lake where we can rent a fishing rod. We can go in my car, it's much easier that way. Well, I haven't catch a fish yet, but I'll keep trying since I'm not really good at it.

I'll teach you how to fish. It's not difficult to do it. It's sunny Tomorrow, so we can get many fish. We will go to bed early tonight than usual, for we can get up early tomorrow morning. Have a nice rest of today!

自然な表現

I'll teach you how to fish. It's not difficult to do it. It's sunny Tomorrow, so we can get many fish. We will go to bed earlier tonight than usual, so we can get up early tomorrow morning. Have a nice rest of today!

1. Use a comparative adjective here: "earlier than..."
2. Use "so" to link your ideas
  • enjoy yourself(楽しむ、エンジョイする)
  • invite ~ to ~ (~を~へ招待する)
  • in detail(詳しく)
  • Pay off(うまくいく)
  • busy at work(仕事(場)が忙しい)
  • want to have more energy(もっと元気(力)が欲しいです)
  • need some rest(休養が必要である)
  • almost the entire (afternoon)(ほとんど(昼)じゅう)
  • get more sleep(もっと寝る)
  • I'm glad you could make it.(来ることができて嬉しいです。)
  • Thank you for the compliment!(お褒め頂いてありがとうございます!)
  • Please make yourself comfortable in my house.(私の家ではどうぞくつろいで下さいね。)
  • You're really into (her), aren't you?(あなたは(彼女)に夢中でしょう?)
  • What type of (alcoholic drink) do you prefer with (dinner)? ((夕食)にはどんな(お酒)がお好きかな?)
  • How much time did you spend in (prepar)ing?(どれぐらい(準備)に時間がかかったのですか?)
  • Do you have any plans for (the weekend)?((週末)は何かご予定があるのですか?)

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