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プレミアムフライデーに何をするかについて話してみよう

Talking about what you do on Premium Friday
あなたは、プレミアムフライデーに何をするかについて話しています。
毎月最終金曜日は3時でお仕事を切り上げ、消費を促す『プレミアムフライデー』です。上司、同僚、友達などとプレミアムフライデーに何をするか、週末のプランも含めて話し合っていきましょう。
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what will you do on Premium Friday?

I always go home by 4 o'clock because I'm a middle school student. Also, I don't go shopping that often, so I'm not very in to Premium Friday. Though, my mother always says things about Premium Friday, and also, when I go shopping, I sometimes see some signboards that say "next week is Premium Friday," and other kinds of things.

自然な表現

I always go home by 4 o'clock because I'm a middle school student. Also, I don't go shopping that often, so I'm not so into Premium Friday.  My mother always says things about Premium Friday, and also, when I go shopping, I sometimes see some signboards that say "next week is Premium Friday," and other kinds of things.

1. A more natural word choice.
2. This is expressed as one word.
3. Avoid beginning sentences using conjunctions.
I see. What have you heard your mother talk about the premium Fridays or what do the signposts show? I am not familiar with premium Friday either?

My mother says that Premium Friday is a day that people can buy things in a cheaper price than most of the time. Also, there is a rule that people can go back home at 3 o'clock, but my father, and most of the people don't come back until 6 or 7 o'clock. I don't think Premium Friday is a good system, and that it's not working that much.

自然な表現

My mother says that Premium Friday is a day that people can buy things at a cheaper price than usual. Also, there is a rule that people can go back home at 3 o'clock, but my father  and most of the people don't come back until 6 or 7 o'clock. I don't think Premium Friday is a good system and that it's not working that much.

1. A more natural preposition choice.
2. An alternative word choice.
3. There is no need for a comma here since this is a dependent clause.
Why do you think that is so? What is the reason why it is not working very well? Do people go shopping that day or not?

Many people around me go shopping during the weekends, or holidays. For example, my parents go shopping during the weekends, because my father is there. My father is the strongest person in my family, so he always carries the heaviest products. My mother goes shopping by herself during the weekdays, but she says that my father isn't there so she can't buy a lot of things.

自然な表現

Many people around me go shopping during the weekends  or holidays. For example, my parents go shopping during the weekends, because my father will be there. My father is the strongest person in my family, so he always carries the heaviest products. My mother goes shopping by herself during the weekdays, but she says that my father won't be there so she can't buy a lot of things.

1. There is no need for a comma to separate only two objects.
2;3. A more natural expression here.
Is everyone required to participate in this activity? What does your mother usually buy? What do you think is the purpose of Premium Friday?

No, I don't think everyone is required to participate in this activity. Like I said before, my father doesn't come home at 3 o'clock. My mother often buys groceries and clothes. I think that the purpose of Premium Friday is to make people buy more things to make the economy better.

自然な表現

No, I don't think everyone is required to participate in this activity. Like I said before, my father doesn't come home at 3 o'clock. My mother often buys groceries and clothes. I think that the purpose of Premium Friday is to make people buy more things to make the economy better.

Your expression is totally fine.
I see. And I agree with you. I think it's the time of the year when they make a big sale to promote their store and their products. Is that right?

Well, I think that Premium Friday is conducted in the last Friday of every month. Though, there is a big sale on right now in Japan, because they want to make their customers buy more products. My mother bought some products 20% off because she had a new year's card with a number the super market decided.

自然な表現

Well, I think that Premium Friday is conducted on the last Friday of every month. There is a big sale right now in Japan  because they want to make their customers buy more products. My mother bought some products at 20% off because she had a new year's card with a number the supermarket decided.

1. This is the most natural preposition when referring to a day.
2. An alternative way to say this phrase.
3. There is no need for a comma before a dependent clause marker.
4. You may add a preposition to indicate the discount given.
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  • go out(出かける)
  • quality time(充実した時間)
  • exciting(ハラハラするような)
  • leisure(余暇、自由時間)
  • get used to the new working style(新しいワーキングスタイルに慣れる)
  • revitalize the economy (経済を活性化する)
  • book a flight to 〜(〜行きの飛行機を予約する)
  • make a reservation for tonight(今夜の予約をする)
  • hang out with friends(友達と集まる、友達と出かける)

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