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週末の過ごし方について話してみよう

Talking about how you spend your weekends
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週末は何をして過ごしますか? 週末の過ごし方は人それぞれです。あなたはアクティブに過ごす派ですか?それともゆっくりと過ごす派ですか?
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What do you do on weekends?
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What do you do on weekends?

Nice to meet you. I’m going to go to restaurant with my friend in Shinjuku. l have never been to there. l’m glad to meet my friend now. That is because we have lived when I studied English in Cebu 2 years ago.

自然な表現

Nice to meet you. I’m going to go to a restaurant with my friend in Shinjuku. I have never been there. I'm glad to meet my friend now. That is because I  left when I studied English in Cebu for 2 years ago.

1. If something is not specified, you may use the indefinite article 'a'
2. The adverb 'there' is not preceded with the preposition 'to'. You can use 'to' if it is followed by a noun, e.g. I have been to Tokyo.
3. This is a more expression to use here
4. Used to indicate time or duration, e.g., For many decades
I see. Why did you decide to have an appointment with your friend in Shinjuku? How was life while living in Cebu?

So,there are two reasons. One is it’s middle station for living houses. Other is there are famous restaurant there. Then, I did booking there because of online. As you said I had great time in Cebu,for example l have eaten Philippine food, went to beautiful sea and had new friends there.

自然な表現

So, there are two reasons. One is it’s the halfway point between where we live. The other one is there are famous restaurants there. So, I booked it online. As you said I had a great time in Cebu, for example, l have eaten Philippine food, gone to a beautiful sea and made new friends there.

1 & 9 There should be a space after the punctuation mark
2. Use 'the' to refer to a specific thing
3. This is a more common expression to use in this context. 'midpoint' or 'midway point' means half the distance between two places
4. 'The other' is more specific and it means the second one in this context
  'Other' means 'extra' or different kind/s from the one already mentioned, e.g., Do you have this in other sizes?
5. There are + plural noun
6. This is more appropriate conjunction to use here. 'so' means 'for this reason'
7. This is a more common expression to use in this context. You may also use this: "I made a reservation online."
8 & 12 Use the article 'a/an' before an adjective word that modifies a singular noun
10. There should be a comma after an interrupter word or phrase
11. Use the same pattern of words to show consistency and parallelism> I have eaten..., (have) gone to..., and (have) made...
13. This is a more appropriate expression to use here (make friends)
I see that is good time spent. What else do you do over the weekends if you are not traveling with anyone?

I do a lot of things on the weekends, for example watching movies, going cafe and buying shopping with my husband or my friends. I like looking new cafe and I like eating some cake. So, Tokyo has a popular cafe there is faster than anywhere. In addition, I really like Mont Blanc cake so it will be released a lot in the fall.

自然な表現

I do a lot of things on the weekends, for example watching movies, going cafe and buying shopping with my husband or my friends. I like looking for a new cafe and I like eating some cake. So, Tokyo has a popular cafe because  they have faster service than anywhere else. In addition, I really like Mont Blanc cake so it will be released a lot in the fall.

1. 'look for' means to search, you may also use this expression in this context: '...check out new cafes or restaurants'
2. Use the article 'a/an' before an adjective word (new) that modifies a singular noun (cafe)
3. There should be conjunction here to connect two clauses> 1st clause: Tokyo has a popular cafe, 2nd clause: they have faster service than anywhere
4. This sounds natural
5. This adverb is used after words beginning with any-, every-, no-, and some-, which means 'other', 'another', or 'different'
I've never tried Mont Blac cake before. Why do you like it so much? Do you have a favorite cafe? When I go to a cafe, I usually read a book and unwind.

The reason is that Mont Black is autumn ingredient. I'm able to feel four seasons in Japan. As you said, I have favorite cafe nearby my house. I can go to there anytime. It is not expensive such as coffee and tea. Then, I'm also studying English there.

自然な表現

The reason is that Mont Black is a favorite autumn food. I'm able to feel four seasons in Japan. As you said, I have a favorite cafe near my house. I can go there anytime. It is not expensive such as coffee and tea. Then, I'm also studying English there.

1. This is a more appropriate expression to use in this context
2. Use the determiner 'a/an' with a singular count noun (cafe)
3. 'Near' is a preposition and it is usually followed by a noun, while 'nearby' is an adverb and it is not usually followed by a noun, e.g, there is a park nearby.
4. The adverb 'there' is not preceded with the preposition 'to'.
Oh, I see. Why have you decided to study English? Since you like watching movies, do you also watch English ones? Which movie is your favorite?

I want to transfer university in the USA this years. I have two reason. One is I want to become good at English. Other is that I want to be active in the world. If I could speak English I would spread the world in my life. By the way, I watch movie English but, I hear Japanese Language. In addition, I like the Devil Wears Prada.

自然な表現

I want to transfer to a university in the USA this year. I have two reasons. One is I want to become good at English. The other is that I want to be active in society. If I could speak English I would be more involved in society. By the way, I watch English movies, but I hear Japanese language. In addition, I like the Devil Wears Prada.

1. The word 'transfer' is usually followed by the preposition 'to'
2. Use this when the word it refers to is not specific
3. This should be in the singular form> this + singular noun
4. This should be in the plural form
5. 'The other' is more specific and it means the second one in this context
6. This is a more appropriate term to use in this context, 'world' has a vague meaning
7. You cannot spread the world in your life, but you can get involved in many activities for the betterment of the world
8. Improper wording
9. There's no comma after 'but', but we can put a comma before it if it connects two independent clauses
10. it should not be capitalized since it is a common noun not proper.
  You may also use this expression here: "I watch English movies dubbed in Japanese."
  • celebrate(祝う)
  • gather(集める)
  • cottage(別荘)
  • weekend(週末)
  • every weekend(毎週末)
  • I spent my weekend reading a new novel.(私は週末新しく出た小説を読みました。)
  • I went to a concert this weekend.(私は週末コンサートに行きました。)
  • I enjoyed cooking in my house.(家で料理して楽しんだんですよ。)
  • I want to go shopping next week.(来週は買い物に行きたいです。)
  • I took a walk with my dog around my house.(家の周りを犬と散歩しました。)
  • My hobby is~.(私の趣味は~なんです。)
  • All I do on weekends is sleep.(週末は寝てばかりです。)
  • I just stay home.(ただ家にいますね。)

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