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なぜ早起きをしているか話してみよう

Why do you wake up early in the morning?
なぜ早起きをしているのかを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。
言うまでもなく、自分の生活スタイルによってそれぞれ朝起きる時間が違いますよね。それに加えて毎朝の習慣も実に様々です。忙しくて朝食を抜く人もいれば、家族とゆっくり朝の団欒を楽しむ人や、朝刊をじっくり読む人もいるでしょう。また、平日と休日で朝の習慣も違うこともありますね。
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Why do you wake up early in the morning?

I wake up early in order to do house chore and study English.
I have two kids. and I usually go to bed with them around 9 P.M. without finishing house chore like washing the dishes, cleaning the room etc. So, I wake up early around 4 o'clock, and finish house chore first. Them, I study English until my kids gets up.

自然な表現

I wake up early in order to do house chores and study English.
I have two kids    and I usually go to bed with them around 9 P.M. without finishing house chores like washing the dishes, cleaning the room, etc. So, I wake up early around 4 o'clock    and finish house chores first. Then, I study English until my kids get up.

1, 3, and 6. Use the plural form here since you're talking about chores in general.
2. There's no need to use a full stop here.
4. Keep in mind, you need to use a comma before "etc."
5. There's no need to use a comma here, this is all one clause.
7. This was just a typing error.
8. Use "get" with "kids".
Wow. I could imagine the exhaustion you get daily. Do you also work in the office? I am a full time mom.

I used to work in the office. But after corona virus, I work in my home. I can save time if I don't have to go to office.

自然な表現

I used to work in the office. But since the coronavirus pandemic started, I have worked in my home. I can save time if I don't have to go to the office.

1, 3, and 4. In this case, you need to use the simple past tense to talk about something that happened in the past and the present perfect tense to talk about something that started in the past and is still on-going.
2. You're referring to the pandemic, not the virus itself.
5. You're talking about your office, either say "the" or "my" here.
Oh, yes! That is a good point that you have made. Could you please describe your morning routine to me?

After waking up, I wash my face first. Then I go to the kitchen, boil the water and drink hot tea. Then, I wash the dishes watching news on YouTube. After that I clean the room, and make breakfast. Then, I study English with having a breakfast and cup of coffee.

自然な表現

After waking up, I wash my face first. Then I go to the kitchen, boil the water, and drink hot tea. Then, I wash the dishes while watching the news on YouTube. After that, I clean the room    and make breakfast. Then, I study English while having a breakfast and cup of coffee.

1. You need to use a comma before "and" when making a list of some kind.
2 and 6. Use "while" to talk about two actions happening at the same time.
3. Use "the" since you're talking about specific news.
4. Keep in mind, you need to use a comma after time connectives.
5. There's no need for a comma, this is all one clause.
Oh, that actually sounds like a really relaxed routine. And what time does your work usually start?

My work usually starts at 9:30. On regulation, start of our company's work time is 9 and finish at 5 pm. But I work a reduced schedule, from 9:30 am to 4 pm.

自然な表現

My work usually starts at 9:30. On regulation, the start of our company's work time is 9 and finish at 5 pm. But I work a reduced schedule, from 9:30 am to 4 pm.

1. You're talking about a specific time, use "the" here.
Oh, that sounds like a really nice schedule that doesn't leave you exhausted. What time do you actually go to bed?

I usually go to be at 9 pm. which is my kids' time of sleep. I read some picture books on the bed, and I light off and sleep with them. Once I get in bed and relax, it is very hard to get out of bed and do house chore.

自然な表現

I usually go to be at 9 pm. which is my kids' time of sleep. I read some picture books on the bed, and I turn the light off and sleep with them. Once I get in bed and relax, it is very hard to get out of bed and do house chores.

1. You need to use a verb here to indicate the action.
2. Use the plural form here since you're talking about chores in general.
  • routine((名)日課、(形)日常の)
  • regimen((食事などの)規則、摂生)
  • snooze((名)うたた寝、居眠り(動)居眠りをする)
  • alarm(目覚まし時計、(時計の)ベル)
  • hectic(あわただしい、忙しい、活発な)
  • dusk(たそがれ、夕暮れ時)
  • dawn((名)夜明け、暁、日の出(動)夜が明ける)
  • sluggish(のろい、反応が遅い、怠惰な)
  • mundane(日常的な、平凡な、つまらない)
  • refreshed((動)元気づけられた、元気回復した)
  • Are you an early or late riser?(あなたは早起き、それとも朝寝坊ですか。)
  • What's your usual wake-up time?(ふつう何時に起きますか。)
  • I keep my daily routine.(私は習慣を守る人間です。)
  • morning regimen(朝の食事療法)
  • How do you prepare for the day each morning?(あなたは毎朝どのようにその日の準備をしますか。)
  • What's your breakfast of choice?(お好みの朝食は何ですか。 )
  • daily routine(日課、日常茶飯事)
  • in the wee hours of the morning(朝方前に、真夜中に)
  • Are you a morning person or a night person?(君は朝型、それとも夜型?)
  • regular bedtime(通常の就寝時間)

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