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現在の心配事について話してみよう

Worrying about something
あなたは、現在の心配事について話しています。
何か気がかりなこと、心配事は日常生活の中にあります。話を聞いてもらうだけではなくて、解決策などもしっかりと話し合えるようにしておきましょう。
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What things make you feel worried?
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What things make you feel worried?

The recent quake registered a magnitude of 6 on the Richter scale. It couldn't work an earthquake prediction. It has been observed that electric field pulses occur over a wide frequency band in a seismic center region due to flow potential following diastrophism for indicating the premonitory symptoms of an earthquake in the seismic center region, charge separation or the like following minute cracks before a large earthquake. The anomalous behavior of animals is premonitory signs, too.

自然な表現

The recent quake registered a magnitude of 6 on the Richter scale. The earthquake prediction couldn't work. It has been observed that electric field pulses occur over a wide frequency band in a seismic center region due to flow potential following diastrophism for indicating the premonitory symptoms of an earthquake in the seismic center region, charge separation or the like following minute cracks before a large earthquake. The anomalous behavior of animals is one of the premonitory signs, too.

1. This seems to be the expression you were looking for.
2. An alternative expression.
I understand what you are saying. Do you think an earthquake is the world's scariest natural disaster?

Every catastrophe from nature scares me.
Earthquake is a toss and sprawling by Earth, ocean waves are pulsation, winds are the sigh, volcanos are Farts, typhoons and hurricanes are mopping, and tornadoes are vacuum.

自然な表現

Every catastrophe from nature scares me.
An earthquake is a toss and sprawling by the Earth, ocean waves are pulsations, winds are the sigh, volcanos are Farts, typhoons and hurricanes are mopping, and tornadoes are vacuuming.

1. 2. Add a determiner to give reference to the noun.
3. The singular form of the word does not agree in number with other words in your sentence.
4. After the plural subject, the verb should be in the gerund -ing form.
I see. Could you please tell me which natural disasters usually occur in your country? How do people survive these natural disasters?

Earthquakes, typhoons, and volcanos have happened many times. If the tragedy occurred, neighbors would cooperate to evacuate to a shelter in each region.

自然な表現

Earthquakes, typhoons, and volcanos have happened many times. In the event of a tragedy, neighbors would cooperate to evacuate to a shelter in each region.

1. You can also use this alternative expression.
  • overthinking(考えすぎ)
  • in mind(頭の中で)
  • concern(s)(不安、心配、関心事)
  • discuss(意見を交わす、議論する)
  • deadline(締め切り)
  • it is argued that 〜(〜ということが議論されている)
  • I suffer from 〜(〜で苦しむ)
  • ordinary life (日常)
  • it makes me wonder (不思議に思う)
  • manage to do 〜(なんとか〜する)

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