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カードを忘れて会社に入ることができないことを伝えよう

Telling your co-worker that you forgot your employee ID card to enter the company
あなたは社員証を忘れてしまい、会社に入る事ができません。同僚にドアを開けてくれるようにお願いしましょう。
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Good morning.

Morning. I have a trouble. I have forgot a security card for the gate of company. Could you unlock the door?

自然な表現

Morning. I have a problem. I have forgotten my security card for the gate of the company. Could you unlock the door?

1. This is a more commonly used expression in everyday speech. Avoid using an indefinite article with the word "trouble" - you can say "some trouble" e.g. "I got into some trouble last night." We also use this word in expressions such as "get into trouble" e.g. "you will get into trouble with your boss if you get to work late."
2. The verb "have" must be followed by the past participle form of a verb.
3. Use a possessive determiner to show that the card belongs to you.
4. Use the article "the" to refer to a specific company.
Oh, I am actually working on something right now. I could either ask someone else if they can help you right away, or if you're not in a hurry, I will be finished in 10 minutes.

I am not in hurry. In the first place, our job is just bullshit job, right? We never need to hurry. I am waiting for you.

自然な表現

I am not in a hurry. In the first place, our job is just a rubbish job, right? We never need to hurry. I am waiting for you.

1&2. Use an indefinite article before a singular count noun.
3. This is a better expression. "Bullshit" is more of a swear word.
I definitely agree with that... I will come down now. I finished this stupid thing.
(after meeting you and opening the door for you)
What happened man? How did you forget your ID card?

Thank you for your response. Secretly, I drunk too much yesterday, then I had a capsule hotel nearby the company. It was nice choice, but the hotel bed was so comfortable, therefore I overslept today.

自然な表現

Thank you for your response. Secretly, I drank too much yesterday, then I stayed at a capsule hotel near the company. It was a nice choice, but the hotel bed was so comfortable, therefore I overslept today.

1. This is the correct simple past of "drink." "Drunk" is the past participle form and is used with "have" e.g. "I have drunk too much."
2. When we spend the night or some days in a hotel, we "stay at" that hotel.
3. We can use "near" as a preposition before a noun but "nearby" cannot be used as a preposition.
4. Use an indefinite article before a singular count noun.
I understand. I have a very comfortable bed at home so sometimes it is hard to get out of bed for me. How much did you drink?

That's good question. Listen, first, I drunk 1 pint of beer, then I had bottle of red wine. It was so nice. I would stop to drink this time, but I continued drinking. I had bottle of white wine, shot of tequila, and... Do you want to know more? It takes more time to say what I drunk yesterday.

自然な表現

That's a good question. Listen, first, I drank 1 pint of beer, then I had a bottle of red wine. It was so nice. I would stop to drink this time, but I continued drinking. I had a bottle of white wine, a shot of tequila, and... Do you want to know more? It will take more time to say what I drank yesterday.

1. Use an indefinite article before a singular count noun.
2. This is the correct simple past of "drink." "Drunk" is the past participle form and is used with "have" e.g. "I have drunk too much."
3-5. See 1.
6. Use the future tense to refer to a time later than now. "It takes" is the simple present which we use for habitual action.
7. See 2.
Well, it seems like you tried a lot of drinks last night. You should have asked me to be with you last night, so we could drink together.

Really!? What a good person you are! Recently, I feel loneliness. You know, loneliness is modern epidemic. I usually pretend a bright person, but It's not true. I wonder I was not such a person before. I often question to me in the bed. What should I do? What am I wrong? and so on. It should be called "middle age crisis". Anyway, I feel alone, that's why I drunk too much, I am empty.

自然な表現

Really!? What a good person you are! Recently, I have been feeling lonely. You know, loneliness is a modern epidemic. I usually pretend to be a bright person, but it's not true. I wasn't this way before. I often question myself in bed. What should I do? What am I doing wrong? and so on. It should be called a "mid-life crisis". Anyway, I feel alone, that's why I drank too much, I am empty.

1. The present perfect continuous is a suitable tense with the word "recently."
2. You need an adjective here to describe a state.
3. Use an indefinite article before a singular count noun.
4. You are missing a verb here.
5. Use a small letter when a word is not at the beginning of the sentence.
6. This is how I understood what you were trying to say.
7. When the subject is "I" we use the reflective pronoun "myself."
8. This is the natural expression.
9. This is how I understood what you were trying to say.
10. Use an indefinite article before a singular count noun.
11. This is the correct expression.
12. This is the correct simple past of "drink." "Drunk" is the past participle form and is used with "have" e.g. "I have drunk too much.
  • leave(置き去りにする)
  • helpful(役に立つ)
  • preoccupied(夢中になった、没頭している、先約の)
  • forgetful(忘れやすい、忘れがちな)
  • carelessness(不注意、気の緩み)
  • It would be helpful if you could open the door for me.(ドアを開けてくれると助かります。)
  • I left my key card in the car.(車内にカードキーを置き去りにしてしまいました。)
  • I have been absent-minded lately.(最近ボーっとしていることがあるんだ。)
  • I will do it now, but please don't ask me again.(今やるよ、でも二度と僕に頼らないようにね。)
  • I always keep my card in my wallet.(私はいつも財布の中にカードを入れている。)

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