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新しく覚えた単語を使ってみよう

Let's use some new words you learned
あなたは、最近新しく覚えた単語を使おうとしています。
新しく覚えた単語を、実際に自分で会話の中で使ってみましょう。より印象に残り、覚えやすくなります!
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Please write sentences using the words you recently learned.
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Please write sentences using the words you recently learned.

I would like to try to use "grab".

I'm getting hungry.
Why don't we grab lunch?

Would you like to grab a coffee over here?
I just sew you and I think you look really handsome.
I want to get to know you better.

自然な表現

I would like to try to use "grab".

I'm getting hungry.
Why don't we grab lunch?

Would you like to grab a coffee over here?
I just saw you and I think you look really handsome.
I want to get to know you better.

1. This word is correctly spelled like this.
You are doing great. You have written very good sentences. Keep it up! Please continue writing more sentences using words you recently learned.

Thank you.
I'll continue writing.

I know there are other expressions to use "grab".
I saw a man shoplifting, so I tried to grab a shoplifter's arm, but he ran away.
Even now, he is missing.
According to police, they are trying to find him very hard since he had already done a lot of shoplifting in other stores before I saw him.

I think grab is the same meaning as "hold".
Is it correct?

自然な表現

Thank you.
I'll continue writing.

I know there are other expressions to use "grab".
I saw a man shoplifting, so I tried to grab a shoplifter's arm, but he ran away.
Even now, he is missing.
According to the police, they are trying to find him very hard since he had already done a lot of shoplifting in other stores before I saw him.

I think grab has the same meaning as "hold".
Am I correct?

1. Use the definite article when referring to something specific or unique.
2, 3. This is a more natural way of saying it.
That is correct. The word grab is often used when someone or something takes sudden aggressive hold of something. Use more words you recently learnt.

Let me see...
Is "grab" used to hold something only suddenly and aggressively?
 
A child was almost run over in a road, so I grabbed and helped her.
You've not yet applied for the seminar for job hunting!?
Unbelievable! It's really beneficial for us!
If you don't grab this opportunity, you might not get another one.

Why don't we grab a bite before going to the cinema?

In the next dialogue, I would like to practice using "hold".
Hold has a lot of meaning, so it's confusing for me.

自然な表現

Let me see...
Is "grab" used to hold something only suddenly and aggressively?
 
A child was almost run over in a road, so I grabbed and helped her.
You've not applied for the seminar for job hunting yet!?
Unbelievable! It's really beneficial for us!
If you don't grab this opportunity, you might not get another one.

Why don't we grab a bite before going to the cinema?

In the next dialogue, I would like to practice using "hold".
Hold has a lot of meanings, so it's confusing for me.

1. This is a better order of words.
2. This word did not agree in number with the rest of the words in this context.
You used the correct contexts for the word. Good job! According to the dictionary there also some informal ways to use the word such as "grab a bite or grab attention". Please continue.

Oh, I got it.
Thank you for your explanation.

Can you hold my baggage for a minute?
I should be back right now.

A man was arrested since he was holding knives in the roads.

A baby is holding her mother's hands and she looks very happy.
Does "holding one'S hands" mean shaking hands?

自然な表現

Oh, I got it.
Thank you for your explanation.

Can you hold my bag for a minute?
I should be back right now.

A man was arrested since he was holding knives in the hand.

A baby is holding her mother's hands and she looks very happy.
Does "holding one's hands" mean shaking hands?

1, 2. Your example is correct; this is just an alternative way of saying it.
Holding hands is not the same as shaking hands. Holding hands can be done by gently touching each other's hand in hand. Please continue.

I didn't know that.
Thank you.

I was thinking of trying a haunted house, but I didn't try it since I saw a couple came out from the haunted house shaking and paled.
She strongly held in his arms even after coming out of it.

Now I really love swimming in pools, but, at first, I really hate it because I couldn't breathe well in pools and drank a lot of water.
Practising small things like diving holding my nose made me get used to water and be good at swimming.

自然な表現

I didn't know that.
Thank you.

I was thinking of trying a haunted house, but I didn't try it since I saw a couple came out from the haunted house paled and shaking.
She strongly held his arms even after coming out of it.

Now I really love swimming in pools, but, at first, I really hated it because I couldn't breathe well in pools and drank a lot of water.
Practising small things like diving and holding my nose made me get used to water and be good at swimming.

1. This is a better order of words.
2. Your example may be unnecessarily wordy. This is just a shorter way of saying it.
3, 4. This is a more natural way of saying it.
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  • learn(学ぶ)
  • word(単語)
  • recently(最近)
  • explanation(説明)
  • How do you use this word?(この単語はどのように使いますか?)
  • Please make a sentence using this word.(この単語を使った例文を教えてください。)
  • The definition of this word is ~~.(この単語の意味は~~です。)
  • I was studying English over the break.(休みの間に英語を勉強していました。)
  • I learned some new words recently.(最近新しい単語を覚えました。)

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