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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
週末の過ごし方を説明してみましょう。あなたが記載した回答に対して、講師がどんどん質問していきます。
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?

I often cook for weekdays because it's tough for me to make dishes after work.
So I make my frozen food on weekends. It's easy to make dinner.

自然な表現

I often cook for weekdays because it's tough for me to make dishes after work.
So I make my meals and freeze them on weekends. It's easy to make dinner.

1. This is more meaningful since you seem to be saying that you cook and then freeze food during weekends.
That's a great idea. What type of food do you cook and freeze? What time do you cook, and how long does it take you?

My husband cooks too. He likes to make a Hanberg and a Stew. When we eat it, it's only to thaw and warm it.
I always mix meat or fish with some seasoning and froze it. I fry it with the vegetables when I eat it. We don't need to unzip it.
On a cooking day, we go to the supermarket or shopping mall in the morning, and we cook it in the afternoon. After all, it will take all day.
My husband and I like cooking, so it's amusing.

自然な表現

My husband cooks too. He likes to make Hanberg and a stew. When we eat it, we only need to thaw and warm it.
I always mix meat or fish with some seasoning and freeze it. I fry it with the vegetables when I eat it. We don't need to unzip it.
On a cooking day, we go to the supermarket or shopping mall in the morning, and we cook in the afternoon. It takes all day.
My husband and I like cooking, so it's fun.

1. You don't need to use an article before a proper noun.
2. Don't capitalise this since it is a common noun.
3. This is more accurate and meaningful. You need to mention an action and say who does the action.
4. Use the present tense since you're talking about something you do regularly.
5. I'm not sure what you meant by this. Please discuss it with your speaking teacher and see if you can use a clearer word.
6. Don't use "it" since you've not mentioned an object earlier, so it's unclear what "it" refers to. You don't always need an object after the verb "cook".
7. This is simpler and better. Use the present tense since you're talking about a regular action. The phrase "after all" is not very necessary or meaningful here.
8. Your word is fine, but I think this may be what you meant. The word "amusing" is used to describe something that makes you laugh.
That's a great way to spend your weekend. Are there times when you don't feel like eating what was cooked in advance and you need to cook again, or you just eat what you have prepared in advance?

Off cause, sometimes my son wants to eat other food.
In this case, I cook an easy meal, like curry rice or pasta. I can not cook elaborate food because we don't go to the supermarket on weekdays.
Or I order a delivery meal. It's a little extravagant.

自然な表現

Of course, sometimes my son wants to eat other food.
In this case, I cook an easy meal, like curry rice or pasta. I cannot cook elaborate food because we don't go to the supermarket on weekdays.
Or I order in a meal. It's a little extravagant.

1. This is the correct phrase. Be careful with words that sound similar but have different spellings and meanings.
2. This is always written as one word.
3. This is the common term. It indicates that you're asking a place to deliver food to you. It's more natual than using the word "delivery" later in the sentence.
That is a great way to set up for the week. What else do you do during the weekends? Do you do anything fun with your son?

I will take my son to gymnastics practice on Saturday. I'm not good at exercise. However, he enjoys gymnastics. Also, my family loves video games, so we enjoy playing video games.

自然な表現

I will take my son to gymnastics practice on Saturday. I'm not good at exercise. However, he enjoys gymnastics. Also, my family loves video games, so we enjoy playing video games.

1. Your sentence is perfectly accurate, and this is fine if you're talking about the coming Saturday. However, if you're referring to something you do every weekend, say "I take my son to gymnastics practice on Saturdays".
I can see that you can spend quality time with your family time, I like that. Where do you usually play these video games with your family?

We play video games in our living room. In the spring season, we enjoyed it in the balcony. Our balcony is wider than the general apartments one. So we opened a simple tent and played the video game in the tent.

自然な表現

We play video games in our living room. In the spring season, we enjoyed it in the balcony. Our balcony is wider than the general apartments' one. So we opened a simple tent and played the video game in the tent.

1. This is fine if you're talking about one spring season in the past. If you're making a general statement and referring to something you do every spring, use "enjoy" instead.
2. Use an apostrophe to indicate possession.

Well done, enjoy your speaking lesson!
  • 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'll just stay home.(ただ家にいますね。)

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