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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?

I'm interested in the politics and I would like to vote, but there are no politician who I wanna support.
The Tokyo Olympic comes first for most politician especially now.
I know their mind, but I cannot support them.

自然な表現

I'm interested in _ politics and I would like to vote, but there are no politicians who I wanna support.
The Tokyo Olympic comes first for most politicians, especially now.
I know their mind, but I cannot support them.

1. There's no need to use the definite article here.
2,3. Plural form should be used here.
Why is that? What do you think about the politicians in Japan generally?Oh yes, Tokyo Olympics is coming soon. I am sure many people are looking forward to this big sporting event. Will you watch it? Could you explain to me the relationship between the Olympics and the politicians?

Most of them are elderly and the worst problem is that the ruling party has a too strong power.
The prime minister went through a lot of suspicion and continue to be in that position.
To be honest, the Tokyo Olympics makes the Japanese government complicated.
They strongly want to hold it, so they pretend to be definitely safe in the coronavirus now, so a politician told a mayor not to tell the citizen to stay at their home. Unbelievable.

自然な表現

Most of them are elderly and the worst problem is that the ruling party has _ too strong power.
The prime minister went through a lot of suspicion and continued to be in that position.
To be honest, the Tokyo Olympics makes the Japanese government complicated.
They strongly want to hold it, so they pretend to be definitely safe from the coronavirus now, so a politician told a mayor not to tell the citizen to stay at their homes. Unbelievable.

1. In this context, the noun power is uncountable, so we don't need to use the indefinite article here.
2. Past simple should be used here since this action already happened.
3. This preposition needs to be placed here.
4. Plural form should be used here.
I know what you mean. The politicians in my country told the citizens that it is safe to do anything because of the elections. That's why the number of infected people has been increasing. Do you think that the Olympics should be canceled?

The situation in Japan is the same as yours, so I cannot believe in them.
Leading company just started to ignore the Japanese government and tell employees to stay at their home.
I think that the Olympics should be unfortunately canceled because nobody are not sure when the coronavirus will end.
My university decided to continue online classes in next semester too.
It is so sad, but it is definitely good for student's health.

自然な表現

The situation in Japan is the same as yours, so I cannot believe _ them.
The leading companies just started to ignore the Japanese government and tell employees to stay at their homes.
I think that the Olympics should be unfortunately canceled because nobody is sure when the coronavirus will end.
My university decided to continue online classes _ next semester too.
It is so sad, but it is definitely good for students' health.

1,6. There's no need to use this preposition here.
2. The definite article is necessary here. ''The'' is used to refer to specific or particular nouns.
3,4,7. Plural form should be used here.
5. Refrain from using double negation (nobody + not).
I think they should even though I have been waiting for them which felt like forever. Yes, life is better than the economy.

Um, I'm so sorry that I cannot understand the meaning of "I think they should even though I have been waiting for them which felt like forever. What does it mean?

That's right. Health comes first.

自然な表現

Um, I'm so sorry that I cannot understand the meaning of "I think they should, even though I have been waiting for them forever." What does it mean?

That's right. Health comes first.

1. You have to put quotation marks after you finish quoting.
Like forever means a very long time. I have been waiting for the Tokyo Olympics for a very long time. I hope you understand now.

Oh, I got it!
That's true.
Countless people are looking forward to watching the Tokyo Olympics, so it is such a painful decision.
I don't have a ticket of it, but one of my friends in France got it and she is really looking forward to it, so I'm so sorry for her:(

自然な表現

Oh, I got it!
That's true.
Countless people are looking forward to watching the Tokyo Olympics, so it is such a painful decision.
I don't have a ticket for it, but one of my friends in France got it and she is really looking forward to it, so I'm so sorry for her:(

1. This preposition needs to be placed here.
  • 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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