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結婚が決まった同僚にお祝いの言葉を言おう

Let's congratulate your colleague who is getting married
会社の上司や同僚が結婚することになったとはよくある話ですね。そんな普段からお世話になっている方が結婚する際に、祝福の言葉を伝えることはとても大切なことです。祝福の言葉にも様々な伝え方があります。祝福の言葉を伝えるだけでなく、結婚式やハネムーンなど、将来のことも是非話し合って行きましょう。
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Didn't you know I am getting married?
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Didn't you know I am getting married?

Really? Good to hear that. Congratulations!

自然な表現

Is it? That's great news. Congratulations!

1. This is an alternate expression as your sentence is correct
Thank you very much. I am sooooo happy. Would you be kind and come to our wedding? It's next month.

Why not? I will! Where are you guys going to hold the party?

自然な表現

Why not? I will! Has the venue been decided?

1. This is an alternate expression as your sentence is correct
It will be more like a private party, nothing big or exclusive. It will be in our backyard after the church ceremony. Will you bring anyone with you?

That sounds heartwarming. How many times will you change your dress? I am really looking forward to seeing your outfit for a bride. Can I take my boyfriend there, too?

自然な表現

That sounds heartwarming. How many times will you change your dress? I am really looking forward to seeing your bridal outfit. Can I get my boyfriend along?

1. This is an alternate expression
You can also say
"I am really looking forward to seeing your wedding dress"
2. This is an alternate expression
Thank you. Only twice. I'll have a wedding gown for the ceremony, and a regular white dress for the party. Of course, I'd love to have you both. Would you help me with decorating?

Yes, of course. How about your welcome board? Have it been ordered yet? If not, I’ll ask him to make it. I am proud of his works.

自然な表現

Yes, of course. How about your welcome board? Has it been ordered yet? If not, I’ll ask him to make it. I am proud of his works.

1. "Have" is used with plural nouns and "has" is used with singular nouns. As you are talking about one board (singular), use the word "has"
for e.g.
"Has she told you about it?"
"Have they told you about it?"
Thank you for that. No, it hasn't been made yet. Does your boyfriend make such signs? Is he a graphic designer or an artist?

Yeah, he is a furniture worker. He owns a studio and make the ordered from woods there. If you have any ideas about the design, don’t hesitate to ask us. Make your wedding marvelous one!

自然な表現

Yeah, he is a furniture worker. He owns a studio and makes the order from the wood there. If you have any ideas about the design, don’t hesitate to ask us. Make your wedding a marvelous one!

1. As per the subject-verb agreement, when a verb is used with singular nouns, it takes an "s" in the end. This does not happen with plural nouns
for e.g.
"She jumps very high"
"They jump very high"
As you are talking about him (one person), use "makes"
2. I am sorry as I haven't understood your sentence very well. I have changed the sentence as per my understanding
3. As you are talking about one wedding, use the indefinite article to imply one
for e.g.
"My bag is quite small. I want to buy a big one"
  • engagement (婚約)
  • wonderful(素晴らしい)
  • congratulations(おめでとうございます)
  • be surprised at~(〜に驚く)
  • wedding(結婚式、婚礼 )
  • Are you planning to host a wedding in the near future?(近々結婚式を上げる予定なんですか?)
  • How do you know each other?(お二人はどうやって知り合ったのですか?)
  • It must have been an exciting time for you.(とてもワクワクした時間を過ごされていると思います。)
  • I did not expect that 〜(〜を予測していなかった。)
  • Congratulations! I am so happy to hear that you are finally getting married.(誠におめでとうございます。この度、結婚されるとのこと、大変うれしく思います。)

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