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運転手に車の窓を開けてもいいか頼んでみよう

Asking the driver whether it's okay to open a window
あなたは車内の環境について運転手と話しています。
車内の空気が悪いときは、窓を開けてもいいか聞いてみましょう。
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Are you comfortable?
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Are you comfortable?

I'm sorry, but I feel a little warmer. Would you mind my opening a window?

自然な表現

I'm sorry, but I feel a little warm. Would you mind my opening a window?

1. We can use the comparative form ("er" form) while drawing a comparison between 2 things
for e.g.
"Today is hot. Yesterday was hotter"
"This size is big. The other size was bigger"
As you are not making any comparison, use the word "warm"
Yes, of course. You can open it back there, there's a button. Would you prefer the air conditioning, perhaps?

Thank you for your understanding. Open the window, then it will become cooler. It is not necessary to turn on air-conditioning.

自然な表現

Thank you for your understanding. Open the window, then it will become cooler. There is no requirement of the AC.

1. This is an alternate expression
for e.g.
"There is no requirement of your help anymore"
Okay, good. So, what's the final address? Did you look it up? I hope you're feeling more comfortable now.

I would like to go to the *** hotel. If you are not familiar with it, here is the route from the airport to the hotel. I feel more comfortable now and may I close the window to the half?

自然な表現

I would like to go to the *** hotel. If you are not familiar with it, here is the route from the airport to the hotel. I feel more comfortable now and may I close half of the window?

1. This is an alternate expression
for e.g.
"Half of the people have not come"
Yes, of course. You can do whatever feels best. I know where it is, don't worry about it. We'll be there in 10 minutes. Are you in a hurry?

No, not at all. Today I have no schedule in a hurry. Once I have finished check-in at the hotel, there is nothing to do.

自然な表現

No, not at all. Today I have no urgent schedule. Once I have finished check-in at the hotel, there is nothing to do.

1. This is an alternate expression
for e.g.
"Do you have any urgent plan?"
I see. If you are hungry, I can recommend a great restaurant for you. By the way, forgive me for asking, but where are you from?

Thank you. I'm not so hungry. I come from Japan and this is my first visit to this town.
I'm looking forward to seeing various suites and enjoying delicious food!

自然な表現

Thank you. I'm not so hungry. I come from Japan and this is my first visit to this town. I'm looking forward to seeing various sites and enjoying delicious food!

1. I assume this is the word that you wanted to use as "suite" means a set of rooms.
for e.g.
"They were living in a lavish suite"
"I have to visit the site"
  • to vomit / to throw up(吐く)
  • lay down(横になる)
  • open(開ける)
  • Would you mind~?(~しても構いませんか?)
  • carsick(車酔い)
  • I need some air.(少し外の空気を吸いたいです。)
  • I am getting a little hot, so may I open the window?(少し暑いので、窓を開けてもいいですか。)
  • I might get carsick.(車酔いをしそうです。)
  • This car is very clean and neat.(この車はとても清潔できれいですね。)
  • How do I put my car seat back?(どのようにしたら車の席を倒せますか。)

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