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恋人がいるか話してみよう

Talking about your boyfriend or girlfriend
恋人がいるか説明してみましょう。あなたが記載した回答に対して、この後講師がどんどん質問していきます。
2人の出会い、恋人の性格、思い出に残っている出来事などを思い出しながら説明してみましょう。
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Do you have a boyfriend / girlfriend?
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Do you have a boyfriend / girlfriend?

I do not have a girlfriend.

自然な表現

No, I don't have a girlfriend.

1 nothing to correct, 'don't' contraction is most commonly used
I see. Why is that so? Have you ever been in love or you are still looking for the right one? Is it easy for you to meet new girls in your environment?

I am still looking forward to find a good girl, but there is no such kind of environment.

自然な表現

I am still looking forward to finding a nice girl, but I haven't had many opportnities to meet one

1 should use gerund
2 'nice' is most commonly used to describe a person
3 more natural expression, 'environment' sounds unnatural for this situation
I have heard the same sentence from so many young Japanese people of both sexes. What is your definition of a good girl? What do you mean by saying that it is not such a kind of environment? Do you have a good social life?

Any girl is OK as long as I can think she is cute. I do not have a good social life. Every day, I am so busy. I do not have a enough time to look for cute girl.

自然な表現

Any girl is OK as long as   she is cute. I don't have much of a social life. I am so busy every day. I don't have   enough time to look for a cute girl.

1 'I think' is not needed, 'as long as she is cute' means that you will think she is cute so you don't need to say it
2.5. should use contraction
3 better wording, you don't go out much
4 better to put it at the end of sentence
6 article is not needed
7 article needed
Oh, I understand. Maybe you don't meet a lot of new people. Did you have any girlfriends in the past?

I had a girl friend but soon we break up.

自然な表現

I had a girlfriend but we broke up soon after we started going out.

1 should be one word
2 better wording, should use past tense
I suppose you're really focused on your career right now. Do you still find time to go out with some of your friends?

I want to spare a enough time to find the girl but I cannot imagine how much time is necessary. If I could realize it is easy, I may spare time for this purpose.

自然な表現

I want to have enough spare a time to find a girl but I cannot imagine how much time is necessary. If I could realize it is easy, I may find spare time for this purpose.

1. should say 'have time', word order
2 should be indefinite article
3 should add 'find', find time to do something means rearrange your daily schedule to find free time
  • a sweetheart(恋人)
  • not~at all(全く~ない)
  • responsible(責任感のある)
  • a man of ability(有能な人)
  • as for~(~に関して)
  • make peace with~(~と仲直りする)
  • fight(喧嘩する)
  • get along with~(~とうまくやる,仲良くする)
  • My girlfriend has a warm heart but is very opinionated about fashion and often criticizes the way I dress. (私の恋人は優しいのですが,服のことになると彼女はわがままで,私の服装はいつも批判されるんですよ...)
  • My girlfriend and I fight often but always make up at the end.(彼女と私はよく喧嘩するが,最終的には仲直りします。)
  • My first impression of her was bad.(彼女の最初の印象は悪かったです。)
  • He is honest and incapable of lying.(彼は正直な人で絶対に嘘をつけない人です。)
  • He is a man of ability and responsibility. He always takes affectionate care of our dog. (彼は有能で責任感もあります。いつも愛情をもって犬の世話もしてくれます。)
  • She is a local government official in Osaka.(彼女は大阪で公務員をやっています。)

こんな方にオススメ

  • 日常
  • 初級
  • 恋愛
  • 留学
  • 家族/友人