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選挙について話してみよう

Talking about the election in your country
民主主義の中で選挙はとても大切な役割を果たしますね。選挙のシステムは国によって異なり、その国独特の選挙文化もあります。また、選挙結果を左右する要素は多くあるため、政治や経済に関することなど、様々な観点から話し合っていきましょう!
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Would you tell me about the election in your country?
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Would you tell me about the election in your country?

Young people don't have interest politics very much. What is your conuntry's situation? What candidate do you follow when you go to vote?

自然な表現

Young people don't have an interest in politics very much. What is your country's situation? What candidate do you follow when you go to vote?

1. The singular noun "interest" requires an article before it.
2. Use this preposition here to properly connect "interest" to the noun "politics".
3. This is the correct spelling of the word.
My country tries to involve its citizens in politics, but a lot of people don't trust politicians, there's a lot of corruption. If people vote, they are looking for their own advantage.

I know. I'm sure there are noble politicians but almost all politicians look greed. I think i that's culma of human so it is difficulet to be modest person. Otherwise, we have to go a voting but, I usually don't go there.

自然な表現

I know. I'm sure there are noble politicians but almost all politicians look greedy. I think that's a flaw of humans so it is difficult to be a modest person. Otherwise, we have to go to vote but, I usually don't go there.

1. Use an adjective here to properly describe the noun "politicians".
2. The letter "i" is unnecessary here.
3. This is a more natural way of saying this, the way an English speaker would.
4. This is the correct spelling of the word.
5. The singular noun "person" requires an article before it.
6. Use the to + infinitive form of this verb to express the purpose of the action.
Yes, I also don't vote. I agree that there may be noble politicians but the way the system works may tear down their way of thinking. By the way, how old do you have to be to have voting rights in your country? What kind of government do you have?

We can vote over 20 years old. That's included just 20 years old. Our government are democratic style. Our politics system are reffered with western countries. Especially, After WW2 we were gave the constitution by the US. There is discussion that should be amendment by ourselves these days.

自然な表現

People who are 20 years old or older can vote. Our government is democratic. Our political system is referred with western countries. Especially, After WW2 we were given the constitution by the US. There is a discussion that should be amended by ourselves these days.

1. This is a more natural way of saying this, the way an English speaker would.
2. Since the noun "government" is in its singular form, the verb that goes with it should also be singular.
3. The noun "style" is unnecessary here.
4. Use an adjective here to describe the noun "system".
5. Since the noun "system" is in its singular form, the verb that goes with it should also be singular.
6. Use the past participle form of the main verb when using the passive voice.
7. The singular noun "discussion" requires an article before it.
I see. How many political parties exist in Japan? Which parties are those? In my country, there are more than twenty political options for people to choose.

The number of political parties as same as your country. As you may know, our prime minister often changed. It is one of the reason people don't trust for politics.

自然な表現

The number of political parties is the same as in your country. As you may know, our prime minister often changed. It is one of the reasons people don't trust politics.

1. Use the verb "to be" here to properly refer to the number.
2. Use the definite article before "same" instead of using the preposition "as".
3. Use this preposition with the noun "country" to express location.
4. Since you said "one of" it means there is more than one reason, so this noun should be plural.
5. The preposition "for" is unnecessary here.
Oh, I wasn't aware of that. I know that the current prime minister of Japan is Shinzo Abe. Are you a supporter of his politics? Why? Why not?

I don't want to follow him. His behavior is to obedience to the US. So, he called America's dog. I'm sure we are lose WW2 but, we have to be more independent. We want a prime minister who has strong decision like Phillippine's president Duterte.

自然な表現

I don't want to follow him. His behavior is to obey the US, so he is called America's dog. I'm sure we lost WW2 but, we have to be more independent. We want a prime minister who has strong decisions like Phillippine's President Duterte.

1. You should use a verb here instead of a noun.
2. The preposition "to" is unnecessary here.
3. You shouldn't start a new sentence using a conjunction, instead, you should just continue the same sentence.
4. Use the verb "to be" before the past participle form of the main verb when using the passive voice.
5. Since this happened in the past, use a past tense to talk about it.
  • vote for 〜(〜に投票する)
  • an election campaign(選挙活動)
  • run for the presidency.(大統領選挙に出馬する)
  • give a speech(演説を行う)
  • a general election (総選挙)
  • The government has granted voting rights to 18 year-olds.(政府は18歳から選挙権を与えた。)
  • The ruling party has an interest in holding a general election.(与党は総選挙を予定しています。)
  • This election will bring a huge impact on our generation.(この選挙は、我々の世代に大きな影響を与えることになる。)
  • It is not easy to make up my mind for whom to vote. (誰に投票するか決めるのは容易じゃない。)
  • A general election is scheduled to be held in 2 weeks.(2週間後に総選挙が行われる予定である。)

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