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意地悪をする友達にやめてもらうように言ってみよう

Telling your friend to stop bullying
あなたは友達に、意地悪をするのをやめてと伝えています。
どうしていじめるのか、どうしたら改善できるのか、冷静に話し合えると良いでしょう。周りにいじめられている子がいるという想定で会話練習を行うのも、このレッスンの活用方法の一つです。
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Hi, what is the matter?
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Hi, what is the matter?

Hey, guys! Tell me what you are doing to Kame. This is our classroom not yours. You must be upper students. Why are you here? What are you talking to him. What is that in your hand. By the way my name is Urashima, one of the best friends of Kame. Coincidentally, my name is the same with Japanese hero who save kids from bullies.

自然な表現

Hey, guys! Tell me what you are doing to Kame. This is our classroom, not yours. You must be upper students. Why are you here? What are you talking to him? What is that in your hand? By the way, my name is Urashima, one of the best friends of Kame. Coincidentally, my name is the same with Japanese hero who saves kids from bullies.

1. 4. Use a comma here.
2. 3. Use a question mark at the end of a query sentence.
5. Since this is 3rd person singular, you need ‘s’ at the end of a verb.
That is none of your business. I am not bullying anyone if that's what you think... Kame owes me money for lunch and he keeps ignoring me so I am giving him a lesson once and for all!

I don't think so! Then, why do you have a stick in your hands? Violent kids are deserve to be ignored or punished! If you want an attention, you need to show respect Kame. And Kame is my best friend, we trust each other. Tell us the truth, now!

自然な表現

I don't think so! Then, why do you have a stick in your hands? Violent kids deserve to be ignored or punished! If you want an attention, you need to show respect to Kame. Kame is my best friend, we trust each other. Tell us the truth, now!

1. Use simple tense here.
2. Use preposition 'to' here identifying the person or thing affected by or receiving something.
3. You shouldn’t start a new sentence using a conjunction, instead, you can just say it like this.
That is the truth! What are you gonna do? Call your mummy?? Just leave, trust me, you don't want to see me when I get angry...

Bullshit! In the Japanese fairy tale, Urashima gave money the bullies to save a victim, but I never do that! In the story, the victim was actually a turtle or kame in Japanese. But Kame is a special person to me! Okay, If you say so, bring it on! Won't be laughing long.

自然な表現

Bullshit! In the Japanese fairy tale, Urashima gave money to the bullies to save a victim, but I never do that! In the story, the victim was actually a turtle or kame in Japanese, but Kame is a special person to me! Okay, if you say so, bring it on! Won't be laughing long.

1. Use preposition 'to' here identifying the person or thing affected by or receiving something.
2. You shouldn’t start a new sentence using a conjunction, instead, you should just continue the same sentence.
3. This is not the first word of the sentence so it shouldn't be capitalized.
Wow. You know what. Whatever, you are boring me. I have never seen anyone so pathetic. I am leaving, but it isn't over yet and Kame knows that.

Keep away from Kame! Or I will put you under a curse in a Japanese way. It definitely scares you. It's not only to let a ghost with long hair out from your TV but also you will get old faster than other people. And you'll be out of toilet paper anytime anywhere forever! Is there anything else more terrifying than it? Do you understand? I'm not asking!

自然な表現

Keep away from Kame, or I will put you under a curse in a Japanese way. It definitely scares you. It's not only to let a ghost with long hair out from your TV but also you will get old faster than other people, and you'll be out of toilet paper anytime anywhere forever! Is there anything else more terrifying than it? Do you understand? I'm not asking!

1. 2. You shouldn’t start a new sentence using a conjunction, instead, you should just continue the same sentence.
The tables have turned I guess! Beware of the way you speak and act, or you may become a bully too! I am not scared of you, but I will let you win... for this time...

I'm watching you. Don't forget to buy toilet paper!

By the way, Kame, did you borrow money?

自然な表現

I'm watching you. Don't forget to buy toilet paper!

By the way, Kame, did you borrow the money?

1. Since you are talking about specific ‘money’, there should be a definite article before this noun.
  • school counselor (学校カウンセラー)
  • insult 〜(〜を侮辱)
  • lasting problem(長引く問題)
  • aggressive behavior(攻撃的な行為・行動)
  • condone(多めに見る・容赦する)
  • a problem associated with 〜(〜にともなった問題)
  • blame oneself(〜を非難する)
  • suspension from school(停学)
  • belittle oneself(〜を見下す)
  • Why would you 〜(なんで〜なことをするの?)

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