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運転手にオススメの観光スポットを教えてもらおう

Asking the driver for sight seeing recommendations
あなたは運転手にどこかオススメの観光スポットがないか聞いています。
運転手は旅行先の町に詳しいはずです。オススメの観光スポットを聞いてみましょう。もしかしたら穴場を教えてもらえるかもしれません。
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May I tell you my recommended sightseeing spots?
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May I tell you my recommended sightseeing spots?

Of course. I have never been to here before so I would like to know interesting spots such as delicious restaurants, beautiful view spots and typical tourism place.
Could you tell about this?

自然な表現

Of course. I have never been to here before so I would definitely like to know more about interesting spots such as delicious restaurants, beautiful view spots and popular places to visit.
Could you tell me about this?

1. you can add this adjective as another way to say "for sure"
2. this phrase can be added if you are looking for further information
3. this is a more natural phrase that means the same thing
4. this should include the object (who is being told)
Sure. We have many beautiful sightseeing spots. Do you like historical places? There is one famous fortress near. When it comes to food, you should try our cheese pie. Where are you from?

You are very kind. I am really into historical things. Oh, how long it takes from here and should I pay admission fee to enter there?
Oh, it seems yummy. I am from Japan.
Actually, I don't have particular plan so could you tell me your ideal model plan if you have it.

自然な表現

You are very kind. I am really into historical things. Oh, how long does it take from here and do I need to pay an admission fee to enter there?
Oh, it seems yummy. I am from Japan.
Actually, I don't have any particular plan so you could give me some suggestions if you have some.

1. this is the correct question form to use here
2. we would usually use "need" to ask about necessity of fees
3. we use this word to before a noun to describe the negative of something
4. this phrase is a little more natural than "model plan" for a stranger
5. this quantifier can replaces "suggestions"
It is very near. We can be there in 5 minutes. You don't need to pay anything. It's free. There are also many souvenir shops there. Do you plan to buy any?

Oh, it is amazing. I have no choice to go to there. Yes. I would like to buy souvenirs for my colleague, my business partner and my wife. I don't have particular plan which I will buy. What should I buy? What is popular souvenir in this country?

自然な表現

Oh, it is amazing. I have no choice but to go there, it sounds great. Yes, I would like to buy souvenirs for my colleague, my business partner and my wife. I don't have any particular plan about what I will buy. What should I buy? What is a popular souvenir in this country?

1. we usually include a "but" in this sentence
2. you can add this expression to show your enthusiasm
3. this should be followed by a comma as it is not a complete sentence
4. this should be used before a negative noun
5. this is a more natural phrase to use here
6. an article is needed before this countable noun phrase
Maybe you could by some small replicas of traditional shoes with pointed tops that we wear. They can also be used as key chains. What do you think?

That seems cute. I think they will like it. Ok, I determine to buy it for them. Thank you for anything. Your advice is indeed informative. By the way, is there restaurant which serve delicious cheese pay near where we are going? Almost lunch time, I am hungry. I will treat you if you are available because you tell me many attractive information.

自然な表現

That seems cute. I think they will like it. Okay, I will get those for them. Thank you for everything. Your advice is indeed informative. By the way, is there a restaurant which serves that delicious cheese pie near where we are going? As it's almost lunch time, I am hungry. I will treat you if you are available because you've told me about a lot of useful things.

1. this is a more natural phrase to use here
2. we say "everything" after "thank you for"
3. an article is needed before a countable noun
4. you can add "that" as it has been referred to before already
5. this is the correct spelling of this word
6. we would usually add "As it is..." to describe the current situation followed by our action
7. we usually don't describe information as "attractive", you could refer to it in this way instead
I hope so, too. They are really a thing here. You can't buy them in restaurants, but rather in fast food shops. We can stop by one to grab some, okay? Oh, that is so generous of you. Thank you.

I understand. Yes, please stop by there. I can't wait to eat that. Oh, please keep a safety!

自然な表現

I understand. Yes, please stop by there. I can't wait to try that. Oh, please don't hurry, it's totally okay!

1. we often use this verb to mean "eat for the first time"
2. this may be a more natural way to express your idea
  • castle(城)
  • experience(体験する)
  • popular(有名な)
  • historical(歴史的な)
  • recommend(勧める)
  • Are there any historical buildings in the area?(この地域には歴史的な建造物はありますか?)
  • What do you think I should experience here?(ここで私は何を体験するべきだと思いますか?)
  • Are there any places you recommend me to visit around here?(この辺りでおすすめの場所はありますか?)
  • How can I get to that castle?(あの城にはどのようにして行けますか?)
  • What is the most popular food in this area?(この地域で1番有名な食べ物は何ですか?)

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