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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?

In this weekend, I'll take time to take care of my plants. I like flowers in many ways. I used to make bookmarks from flowers I picked up on the road. They're usually a four-leaf clover, white clover or an azalea. I had gone to a white clover field with my family and friends, then we made a crown of Dutch clover flowers.
The azalea's nectar was our dessert when I went out with my friends. We picked up the flowers which bloomed on the street and sucked the flowers' nectar.

自然な表現

     This weekend, I'll take time to take care of my plants. I like flowers in many ways. I used to make bookmarks with flowers I picked up on the road. They're usually a four-leaf clover, white clover or an azalea. I had gone to a white clover field with my family and friends, then we made a crown of Dutch clover flowers.
The azalea's nectar was our dessert when I went out with my friends. We picked up the flowers which bloomed on the street and sucked the flowers' nectar.

1. this time expression does not require any preposition. The same goes for "this month, these days, this year, next month" etc
2. if you use from it would mean something was produced from the flower. However, you meant you used the flower itself as a bookmark
That is a good passion. Are you a florist as well? When did your passion for flowers grow? I just love the smell of red roses.

Unfortunately I cannot say I am a florist. One of my uncle is a gardener so since I can remember.
I have many favorite flowers. One of them is double cherry blossoms. I love spending time viewing them. If I had my own garden, I would definitely plant it. How about you?
Clovers grow in my mother's garden. I've searched for a four-leaf clover but I've not found one so far. It is said that four-leaf clover brings us happiness. Have you heard of that?

自然な表現

Unfortunately I cannot say I am a florist. One of my uncles is a gardener if I remember it right.
I have many favorite flowers. One of them is double cherry blossom. I love spending time staring at them. If I had my own garden, I would definitely plant it. How about you?
Clovers grow in my mother's garden. I've searched for a four-leaf clover but I haven't found one so far. It is said that four-leaf clovers bring us happiness. Have you heard of that?

1. The expression "one of" is always followed by a plural noun
2. this is the correct expression
3. use the singular form of this noun so it will agree with the verb
4. stare or look is the correct verb to use here
5. have and not should be contracted not I and have
6. use the plural form of a noun when talking about it in a general sense
I don't know so many types of flowers but the double cherry blossom and pink-purple flowers and looks beautiful. What does the clover look like?

It shape is printed on playing-cards which one of mark is a club, isn't it? It looks like a shape of clover.
It is rare to grow a four-leaf clover because they mostly have three only. If I found it in such a rare situation, I feel very lucky. At this point, I am happy already. The four-leaf clover brought me happiness. Did you get it?

自然な表現

Its shape is printed on clubs, isn't it? It looks like the shape of a clover.
It is rare to grow a four-leaf clover because they are mostly three-leafedWhenever I find it by chance, I feel very lucky. At this point, I am happy already. The four-leaf clover brought me happiness. Did you get it?

1. those cards are called clubs. Simply say clubs
2. use the definite article here since you are referring to the shape of a clover. It's definite
3. use a or an before a countable noun
4.this is an alternative way to say it
5. when and if are slightly different. Use when or whenever when talking about something that definitely happens
I got it. My grandmother once told me a story about that. I thought there should be seven leaves. We have some of them in our country. How about money tree and fortune plant? Have you heard of them?

What a happy surprise!!! May I ask where your country is? I've never heard that there is existing a seven-leaf clover. I can say it is a super rare than what I was saying one!!
I don't know about money tree and fortune plants. Are they a nature being?
Could you tell me about them?

自然な表現

What a pleasant surprise!   May I ask what your country is? I've never heard that there is an existing seven-leaf clover. I have to say that it is even more rare than a four-leafed one.
I don't know about money tree and fortune plants. Are they living?
Could you tell me about them?

1. this is the correct adjective in this expression
2. one exclamation point is enough
3. this is the correct question word. If you say "...where your country is" it suggests that you are asking which part of the word it is located.
4. the article should be placed here
5. this sentence needs to be restructured
6. I suppose you meant this
I'm from the Philippines. Money tree and fortune plants are also considered lucky plants. There is another one we call "welcome plant." It is considered poisonous by some even if it is a lucky plant because it can cause cancer. Do you also like herbs?

I love herbs.
I didn't know that there are category of plants such as lucky plants or welcome plant.

自然な表現

I love herbs.
I didn't know that there are plant species such as lucky plants and welcome plants.

1. they should be called species not category. Same goes for animals.
2. use and instead of or since you're not familiar with both of them
3. use the plural form of a noun when talking about it in a general sense; or use an article before it if it is singular.
  • 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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