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好きなファッションについて話してみよう

What Type of Fashion do you Like?
あなたは外国の友人と、好みのファッションについて話しています。
国や地域、人によって、ファッションの好みは様々です。旅行へいって、自国のファッションとの違いに驚くことも多いのではないでしょうか。自分の好みについて、共有してみましょう。
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What type of fashion do you like?
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What type of fashion do you like?

I like casual style in my daily life. I used to wear a suit with a necktie every day until 15 years ago. Since then, the "cool business" style has become popular in summer. It is too hot and humid in summer to wear a jacket on a shirt with a necktie. The trend has totally been spread in our country. Furthermore, no necktie style has become common in these years. Our company started the free style in our business three years ago.

自然な表現

I like the casual style in my daily life. I used to wear a suit with a necktie every day until 15 years ago. Since then, the "cool business" style has become popular in summer. It is too hot and humid in summer to wear a jacket on a shirt with a necktie. The trend has totally been spread in our country. Furthermore, no necktie style has become common in these years. Our company started the freestyle in our business three years ago.

1. The definite article "the" is used with specific nouns.
2. Spelling correction.
That was a good development for you. I also don't like formal wear, but casual wear is yet to be accepted in the professional world in my country. Could you tell me a little bit more about what you put on as a casual style?

Now in summer, I always wear t-shirt and short pant. Nowadays the government and the company tells us to work from home, and I followed them. So I don't need to wear formal style and wear a casual style not only week-ends but also business days. In autumn and winter, I wear a sweater on a shirt and a pair of trousers.

自然な表現

Now in summer, I always wear a t-shirt and short pants. Nowadays the government and the company tell us to work from home, and I followed them. So I don't need to wear formal wear, therefore, I wear casual wear not only on weekends but also on business days. In autumn and winter, I wear a sweater on top of a shirt and a pair of trousers.

1. The indefinite article "a" introduces nouns and adjectives.
2. We use plurals when talking about things in general.
3. The plural "tells" does not agree with the words in this phrase, instead use the singular "tell".
4. A better and natural way of writing this phrase.
5. The preposition "on" is used to specify dates and days.
6. Add the phrase "top of" so as to specify where exactly you wear the sweater.
Wow, I envy you. We are not working from home, and we have to wear a suit and a tie four days a week. What shoes do you like to wear?

I bought a pair of formal shoes in last December for my business. It costs about three hundreds of dollars. However, working from home begun at the beginning of the April, there are few opportunities to put them on. Except for the formal situation, I like to wear a pair of sneakers in winter or sandals. in summer. We can wear sandals without socks, it seems to fit in hot season.

自然な表現

I bought a pair of formal shoes  last December for my business. It costs about three hundred dollars. However, working from home begun at the beginning of  April, there are few opportunities to put them on. Except for the formal situation, I like to wear a pair of sneakers in winter or sandals. In summer, we can wear sandals without socks, it seems to fit in the hot season.

1. The preposition "in" is redundant in this sentence.
2. The natural expression is "three hundred dollars".
3. The definite article "the" is redundant in this phrase.
4. The first word in a sentence is always capitalized.
5. Use a comma instead of a full stop because this is a break in the sentence.
6. We do not capitalize words in the middle of a sentence unless they are naming words.
7. The definite article "the" is used with specific nouns.
I also like to wear sandals. My feet smell bad when I wear shoes, so I prefer sandals. Do you have any favourite colours or designs when it comes to fashion?

I prefer humble colors to vivid ones, such as navy, gray, and black. My wife sometimes talks to me to wear different colors. I believe that colors of clothes should be conservative and we insist on our characteristics by the shape or the silhouette of clothes, not by colors. If I wear a colorful clothes, I will choose an small item or a jacket which is worn only outside.

自然な表現

I prefer humble colors to vivid ones, such as navy, gray, and black. My wife sometimes talks to me about wearing different colors. I believe that the colors of clothes should be conservative and we insist on our characteristics by the shape or the silhouette of clothes, not by colors. If I wear  colorful clothes, I will choose a small item or a jacket which is worn only outside.

1. Use the phrase "about wearing" which means on the subject of wearing.
2. The definite article 'the" is used with specific nouns.
3. The indefinite article "a" is used with singular words, and it, therefore, does not agree with the plural "clothes".
4. The best indefinite article to use is "a" because it introduces nouns and adjectives, while "an" introduces words that begin with a vowel sound.
I agree with you. I also prefer modest colours. Do you like wearing jeans, and how often do you wear them?

Oh, sorry. I don't like jeans so much, because they seem to be heavy and the cloth of them are relatively thick. I prefer to chino-pants to jeans. Chino-pants are made of cotton and they are lighter than jeans. Also, they look more formal than jeans, we can wear them on business. I have just a pair of jeans and on the other hand, I have each three pair of chino-pants for winter and summer.

自然な表現

Oh, sorry. I don't like jeans so much, because they seem to be heavy and the cloth they are made from is relatively thick. I prefer   chino-pants to jeans. Chino-pants are made of cotton and they are lighter than jeans. Also, they look more formal than jeans, we can wear them on business. I have just a pair of jeans and on the other hand, I have   three pairs of chino-pants for winter and summer.

1. A better and specific way of writing this phrase.
2. The preposition 'to" is redundant in this phrase.
3. The word "each" means one, and it is creating a contradiction with the number "three", therefore, remove the word "each".
4. The number "three" does not agree with the singular "pair", therefore, use the plural "pairs".
  • difference(違い)
  • trend(流行、トレンド)
  • style(方、~風)
  • fashion(ファッション)
  • popular(人気がある)
  • I love your sense of style.(センスいいね。)
  • How do you keep up with the trends?(どうやって流行に乗っていますか?)
  • What's the latest in fashion trends?(最近流行りのファッションは何ですか?)
  • There seems to be a big difference.(大きな違いがあるようです。)
  • I like conservative styles.(保守的なスタイルが好みです。)

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