My daughter often spends her time to watch DVD. She loves some animation characters, so always eager to turn on TV. I'm worried about it because it's not good for adjusting her daily rythm. I'm afraid for her to sitting up late enjoying DVD.
My daughter often spends her time watching DVDs. She loves animated characters, so she is always eager to turn on the TV. I'm worried about it because it's not good for her cicardian rythm. I'm afraid she always stays up late enjoying DVDs.
2. This is a fixed collocation, "animated characters", you don't need to add "some".
3. You need the pronoun and auxiliary verb here.
4. You need a definite article here because you are talking about a relatively specific TV.
5. This is a fixed phrase, a collocation.
6. Your version sounded a bit odd, this is more natural
Right. I'm trying to do so. But on the other hand, DVD is very helpfull item for me because my daughter who is yet 3-years-old can behave herself dualing watching it. I feel trouble about it since it's important thing for me to do housework quickly, but teaching a good manner for my daughter is important too.
I agree, it's something I'm trying to do. On the other hand, DVDs are very helpful because my daughter, who is only 3-years-old, can behave herself while watching it. This causes a dilemma since it's important for me to do housework quickly, but teaching her good manners is important too.
2. You don't need "but" when saying "on the other hand".
3. Mind the spelling of the word "helpful".
4. "yet" is used to talk about something which is expected to happen. It is usually used in questions and negative sentences.
5. "while" means "at the same time" or "during", so it's appropriate to use it here.
6. This version sounds more natural.
7. Good manners are almost always in the plural form.
I know, I always hope that I could have more time! It's difficult for me to do many tasks at the same time.
I know, I always wish I had more time! It's difficult for me to do so many tasks at the same time.
Well, maybe working moderately is the way of relieving my stress. I love my job, so it's very important to have my own time to work. But I'm trying not to work too much. It's not good for our family taking little time to communicate each other.
Well, maybe working moderately is the best way to relieve my stress. I love my job, so it's very important to have my own time to work, but I'm trying not to work too much. It's not good for our family if we don't spend enough time communicating with each other.
2. "way" almost always requires "to", as in a way to do something, so you need the correct preposition here.
3. It is best to unite these two sentences, it makes them sound more natural.
4. Your version sounded a bit odd, this makes it sound more native.
I think so. In Japan, the number of working mother is increasing recent year. But the surroundigs of raising kids for them aren't good yet. Many Japanese, especially more advanced people, think raising kids is the role of mothers. So there are many tasks to do for mothers everyday.
I think so. In Japan, the number of working mothers has increased in recent years. But the conditions for raising kids aren't good enough for them yet. Many Japanese, especially more educated people, think raising kids is the role of mothers. So there are many tasks to do for mothers everyday.
2. It is best to use present perfect with words like "recent".
3. You could also change this phrase to "the number of working mothers has increased recently", you don't need to specify years.
4. Your sentence sounded a bit odd, this sounds more natural. "surroundings" usually means physical surroundings, which is why "conditions" is better here.
5. You can't really say that someone is an "advanced" person, the closest meaning to this would be "educated".
- obedient students（素直な生徒）
- behavior problems（問題行為）
- he/she is afraid to 〜（〜することを恐れている）
- It is easy for her/him to make friends（友達を作るのは簡単だ）
- seems worried to go to school（学校に行くことに不安があるようだ）
- spending time with her/his friends（友達と時間を過ごしている）
- going to a cram school（塾に行く）