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今やらなければいけないことについて話してみよう

Talking about what to do now
あなたは、今やらなければいけないことについて話しています。
学校、会社、旅行先など様々な場面でその時にやらなければいけないことを伝えることは大切です。シチュエーションを変えて繰り返し受講し、相手や場面が変わることでどのように表現を変えると良いか、という点も意識して受講するととても良い学習となります。
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What are you up to?

I have to take a test today or tomorrow about SDGs, that means Sustainable Development Goals.
My company prepared the relating book and test to all employees.
I red that book after my kids went to bed yesterday, so I was sleepy this morning.

自然な表現

I have to take a test today or tomorrow about SDGs, which stands for Sustainable Development Goals.
My company prepared a related book and test for all employees.
I read that book after my kids went to bed yesterday, so I was sleepy this morning.

1. You use 'which' at the beginning of a relative clause when specifying the thing that you are talking about or when giving more information about it.
2. If you say that a letter 'stands for' a particular word, you mean that it is an abbreviation for that word.
3. You use 'a or an' when you are referring to someone or something for the first time.
4. If two or more things are 'related', there is a connection between them.
5. If something is 'for' someone, they are intended to have it or benefit from it.
6. Misspelled 'read'.
It sounds like you are quite busy. Would you like to take a break and watch a movie, or maybe go for a walk before you take the test? I have nothing to do right now.

I' d like to take a break.
Do you know child labor? The children have to work forcibly in the cacao farm and all most all kids do not know the taste of chocolate.
I was shocked number of child labor in the Republic of Ghana.

自然な表現

I'd like to take a break. Do you know about child labor? The children have to work forcibly in a cacao farm, and almost all kids do not know the taste of chocolate.
I was shocked by the number of child laborers in the Republic of Ghana.

1. There shouldn't be a space between a noun/pronoun and an abbreviation.
2. You 'know about' something. [know (something/nothing etc) about something]
3. You use 'a or an' when you are referring to someone or something for the first time.
4. Misspelled 'almost'.
5. Missing preposition. [shocked by/at something]
6. A person engaged in physical work is called 'laborer'.
Okay, that's really sad. I didn't know they have child labor in Ghana. I think companies that use child labor to produce their products should be boycotted. Has the UN been making efforts to stop such practices?

Yes. I would like to buy fair trade products.
Besides, Japanese companies should inform these kinds of products, I think.

自然な表現

Yes, I would like to buy fair-trade products. Besides, Japanese companies should ban these kinds of products, I think.

1. When the words after 'yes' and 'no' echo the words of the question, use a comma.
2. Often spelled as a single word or hyphenated.
3. To 'ban' something means to state officially that it must not be done, shown, or used.
Yes, they definitely should. The problem is that most of the people don't really know what are they buying.

I would to like to look for products near my house.
Is the fair trade products a famous in your country?
Have you ever buy them?
If you have already purchased them,which products did you buy?

自然な表現

I would like to look for products near my house.
Are fair-trade products famous in your country?
Have you ever bought them? If you have already purchased them, which products did you buy?

1. The expression is 'would like to do something'.
2. Nouns and verbs should agree in number.
3. Do not place an article before an adjective if it isn't followed by a noun.
4. We use the present perfect [have/has + past participle] to talk about time up to now.
Actually we don't have fair trade products in my country. What are your favorite products that they offer?

To be honest, I never mind that kind of products.
I have just studied that kind of products.

自然な表現

To be honest, I wasn't aware of that kind of products. I have just studied that kind of products.

1. If you are 'aware' of something, you know about it.
  • beforehand (前に)
  • interested in (興味を持っている)
  • catch up with the rest of my tasks later(残務は後で巻き返します(追いつきます) )
  • priority(優先事項、重要度の高いもの)
  • imperative(命令、指示、規則、原則)
  • intend to do 〜(〜をするつもりである)
  • attempt to do 〜(〜を試みる)
  • end up rescheduling (結局リスケジュールすることになった)
  • make a to-do list(やることリストを作る)
  • it is essential to do(それをすることは重要である)

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