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運転手にどういう予定で来ているか話してみよう

Talking about your travel plans with the driver
あなたは運転手に旅の予定について話しています。
運転手に旅の目的や計画について話してみましょう。何かいいアドバイスや情報がもらえるかもしれません。
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What is your plan for this trip?
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What is your plan for this trip?

I want to experience something interesting. What is your favorite sightseeing spot?

自然な表現

I want to experience something breathtaking. What is your favorite sightseeing spot?

1. This is an alternative word. It means astonishing or awe-inspiring in quality, so that it causes a suspension of your breathing.
Oh, I see. I am not really an outdoors person so I have no particular favorite sightseeing spot. How about you?

How about foods? Do you know any good restaurants around here?

自然な表現

How about food? Do you know any good restaurants around here?

1. Food is a collective noun.
2.
Would you like to eat local dishes? I can bring you to a well-known restaurant in the area which is popular with tourists.

It sounds great! What kind of dishes is it? Meat, fish, or vegetable?

自然な表現

That sounds great! What kind of dishes do they serve? Meat, fish, or vegetable?

1. Use that when referring to a paragraph previously expressed.
Use it when referring to a thing previously mentioned.
2. This indicates the restaurant. Use they to refer to a noun of unspecified gender previously mentioned.
There is a local restaurant here that has a different variety of dishes of meat, fish, and vegetables.

Good. Let's go there! Do you have any other famous spots to see?

自然な表現

Good. Let's go there! Do you know any other famous spots to see?

1. This is natural. Iymeans to become aware of by experience or information.
Yes, I do know some famous tourist spots here. We can go there after we eat. Will that be okay with you?

Of coarse! Let's have lunch with me and then go to your recommend's sightseeing spots.

自然な表現

Of course! Let's have lunch together and then go to your recommended sightseeing spots.

1. This is thei correct spelling.
2. This means at the same time.
Let's means let us. Us is used to refer to yourself and one or more other people.
You can say let us have lunch with her, him, or them.
3. Used the past tense because you are expressed a past action.
Use the apostrophe and "s" to indicate ownership. For example.
The boy's shirt.
  • afternoon(午後)
  • sightseeing spot(観光名所)
  • experience ~(~を体験する)
  • go around(巡る)
  • all day (long)(一日中)
  • What is your favorite sightseeing spot?(あなたのお気に入りの観光名所どこですか?)
  • I want to experience something interesting.(面白いことを体験したいです。)
  • I will explore the city this afternoon.(午後は都市を巡ります。)
  • Do you have any recommendations?(オススメはありますか?)
  • I am going sightseeing all day today.(今日は、一日中観光をします。)

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