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好きな美術館や博物館について説明しよう

Explaining your favorite museum.
あなたは外国の人と、美術館や博物館について話をしています。
そのミュージアムならではの特徴、日本の著名なアーティストや日本の歴史等も会話の中に含めることができれば会話を印象づけることが可能でしょう。
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Please tell me about your favorite museum.
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Please tell me about your favorite museum.

My favorite museum is Science Museum Tokyo. This museum is very close to Tokyo station. That museum can experience science. One person said, Science Museum Tokyo looks like an amusement arcade. I agree with that. There are so amusing. The difference of Science Museum Tokyo and an amusement arcade is Science Museum Tokyo use science to fun. What's your favorite museum?

自然な表現

My favorite museum is Science Museum in Tokyo. This museum is very close to Tokyo station. We can experience learning about science in that museum. One person said "Science Museum in Tokyo looks like an amusement arcade.". I agree with that. It is so amusing. The difference between Science Museum in Tokyo and an amusement arcade is that Science Museum in Tokyo uses science to let visitors have fun. What's your favorite museum?

1, 4, 8, and 10. The name of the museum is Science Museum. "Tokyo" isn't the part of the name. Therefore, you need to say "Science Museum IN Tokyo", or you can just add a comma before "Tokyo".
2. The original sentence was a bit confusing. The museum can't experience anything. Actually, visitors are the ones who can experience something in that museum.
3, and 5. Please use quotation marks when quoting someone's speech. Another option is "One person said THAT Science Museum in Tokyo looks like an amusement arcade.".
6. You are talking about one museum, use the pronoun "it" here instead of "they".
7. It is correct to say "differences BETWEEN two things", not "differences of two things".
9. Add "that" here to avoid confusion in this sentence.
11. It is correct to say "it uses", not "it use". In this case, "it" refers to Science Museum.
12. You are missing some parts in this sentence to make it complete and grammatically correct. I believe that you wanted to say that the museum uses science to LET VISITORS HAVE FUN. Also, keep in mind that it is incorrect to say "to fun", you need to state the action (add a verb) in cases like this (to DO something). E.g. I want to HAVE fun.
That sounds like an amazing museum. I would love to visit it. I love going to the art museum. What is your favorite exhibit in this museum?

To be honest, I haven't gone to museum many time. So I don't sure about art museum. However, I have been to Galleria degli Uffizi one time. This museum is very famous museum in Italy. There have many famous paints and sculptures. My favorite exhibit in that museum is The Statue of David. Do you like science museum or art museum?

自然な表現

To be honest, I haven't gone to museums many times. Therefore, I don't know much about art museums. However, I have been to Galleria Degli Uffizi one time. This museum is very famous    in Italy. There are many famous paintings and sculptures. My favorite exhibit in that museum is The Statue of David. Do you like science museums or art museums more?

1, 5, 10, and 11. Use the plural when talking about things in general.
2. Please keep in mind that "many" is used with plural nouns.
3. Try to avoid starting sentences with the conjunction "so", it is used later in a sentence. Rather use "therefore" instead.
4. It is correct to say "I am not sure about something", and "I don't know much about something". Try not to mix them.
6. "Galleria Degli Uffizi" is the name of the museum and all words should be capitalized.
7. Since "museum" is a countable noun, you are missing an article in the original sentence ("This museum is A very famous museum in Italy."). However, it is better to remove the second "museum" in this sentence to avoid repetition. In that case, you don't need to use an article before "very famous".
8. You can say "it (the museum) has", or "there are". However, "there have" is grammatically incorrect.
9. I believe that you wanted to say "paintings", not "paints".
12. The question is "What do you like MORE?", not "What do you like?". You already know that the person likes museums, now you want to know what kind of museum that person likes MORE.
I like the art museum better. When I see artworks, I can let my mind imagine. I also like thinking about a story behind a painting. Why do you like science museums more?

I like science museum because I like science. Of course I like to go to art museum too, but I like science more. I like to know about our world. I want to know real world, not a fictional world.

自然な表現

I like science museums because I like science. Of course I like to go to art museums too, but I like science more. I like to know about our world. I want to know about the real world, not the fictional world.

1. and 2. You're talking about museums in general, rather use the plural form here.
3. You can't know the world itself (it's not a person), you can only know about it.
4. and 5. You're referring to two specific worlds, therefore in both cases you need to use the definite article.
It's always good to know the real world more. Who do you usually go with, to the museum and how long do you spend there? Do you like taking pictures when you go to the museum?

I heard that in other country's museum can taking pictures, but in Japan, people can't take pictures. I think that's too unfair when I go to the museum. I usually go to the art museum with my mom. She likes to watch pictures. I think your country's museum can take pictures. Is that right?

自然な表現

I heard that in other countries' museums people can take pictures, but in Japan, people can't take pictures. I think that's too unfair when I go to the museum. I usually go to the art museum with my mom. She likes to watch pictures. I think in your country's museums people can take pictures. Is that right?

1. You're talking about other countries in general, rather use the plural form here.
2. and 6. You're talking about museums in general, rather use the plural form here.
3. and 7. You need to state who can take pictures, you need to say "people" or "visitors".
4. Please remember that we need to use the infinite form after "can", not gerund.
5. It's necessary to use "in" to state where something happens (you can take pictures in museums IN other countries).
In the museums, they allow pictures to be taken, but not for everything. There are some areas where they don't allow pictures taken. I like dinosaurs. Have you ever been to a museum where you saw fossils of dinosaurs?

I see. I haven't been to foreign countries art museum, so if I have a time to go to foreign country, I will go to art museum and take a picture. I like dinosaurs too. I go to museum to watch dinosaurs once a year. My favorite dinosaurs is T.rex. T.rex is the strongest dinosaur, and the strongest animal in history. What dinosaur do you like?

自然な表現

I see. I haven't been to foreign countries' art museums, so if I have time to go to a foreign country, I will go to an art museum and take a picture. I like dinosaurs too. I go to a museum to watch dinosaurs once a year. My favorite dinosaur is T-Rex. T-Rex was the strongest dinosaur, and the strongest animal in history. What dinosaur do you like?

1. It's necessary to use the possessive form here since these museums "belong" to these countries in some way.
2. You're talking about museums in general, rather use the plural form here.
3. "Time" isn't countable, don't use articles with it.
4. You're talking about a random foreign country, use the indefinite article here.
5. You're talking about a random art museum, use the indefinite article here.
6. You're talking about a random museum, use the indefinite article here.
7. You are talking about one dinosaur, so you need to use the singular here.
8. and 9. This is how the name of this dinosaur is spelled.
  • recommend(勧める)
  • fossil remains of a dinosaur(恐竜の化石)
  • historical(歴史的な)
  • a work of art(芸術作品)
  • be famous for~(~で有名だ)
  • The museum of art has voice guides in five languages.(その博物館には5か国語の音声ガイドがある。)
  • What kind of museum do you like?(どんな種類の博物館が好きですか?)
  • I recommend you to go to the museum.(その博物館に行くことをおすすめします。)
  • In the museum, you can see fossil remains of dinosaurs.(その博物館では恐竜の化石を見ることができます。)
  • The museum is famous for many historical works of art.(その美術館は歴史的な美術作品が多いことで有名です。)

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