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自分の上司について説明してみよう

Describing your boss
自分の上司の長所、短所また趣味や人間性、また家族構成等、少しユーモアのセンスも加えて話すと会話が膨らむことでしょう。
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Who is your boss? What is he like?
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Who is your boss? What is he like?

My boss is like a robot. Everyone who met my boss said that.
He speaks very logically because he is a great software engineer.
Some people said he is so cold-hearted.

自然な表現

My boss is like a robot. Everyone who met my boss said that.
He speaks very logically because he is a great software engineer.
Some people said he is so cold-hearted. Everyone has their own version about him.

1. Added to expand the conversation.
Oh really, that is so interesting. He sounds like a respectable and serious boss indeed. Do you like working with him?

I believe his work as an engineer very well. If an incident occurs in our service, he investigates the cause very quickly.
However, I feel some problems when I talk with him about the management of our colleagues. He is so logical, so he wants to decide the result or solution quickly, even if I want to consider more.

自然な表現

I believe in his work as an engineer   . If an incident occurs in our service, he investigates the cause very quickly.
However, I find some problems when I talk with him about the management of our colleagues. He is so logical, so he wants to decide the result or solution quickly, even if I want to consider more.

1. We believe 'in' someone or something.
2. Statement is sufficient without 'very well'.
3. Use 'find' instead of 'feel' since we can't feel problems.
Oh really, that sounds like he is a very professional boss. You should try to convince him of your point of view as it might be good.

Yes, he asks me to look into members' activity and emotion. If I feel strange something, I'll tell him or other people to support our members.
He realizes that he is not good at noticing these changes.

自然な表現

Yes, he asks me to look into members' activities and emotions. If I feel strange about something, I'll tell him or other people to support our members.
He realizes that he is not good at noticing these changes.

1 & 2. Use plural form 'activities' and 'emotions' since you are referring to many people.
3. We feel strange 'about' something.
Oh really, then the must be a reasonable explanation. I on the other hand think my boss is a delight.

He can also speak significantly fluent English at work. In my department, most of the staff in my department are English speakers, so we communicate with English usually.
He said he hadn't lived in another country. However, he used English while playing an online game. I was amazed that he got high English skills by playing video games.

自然な表現

He can also speak significantly fluent English at work. In my department, most of the staff    are English speakers, so we communicate in English usually.
He said he hadn't lived in another country. However, he used English while playing an online game. I was amazed that he got high English skills by playing video games.

1. 'In my department' is repeated. You can't use the same phrase repeatedly in the same sentence.
2. We communicate 'in' a language.
He sounds like a clever person. It is true that you can learn something when the brain is highly engaged and interested.

An English teacher who taught in my company interviewed him about it.
The teacher planned the new curriculum to learn English, using video-games and Skype.
However, it is very tough for me to play online games with chatting in English.

自然な表現

An English teacher who taught in my company interviewed him about it.
The teacher planned the new curriculum to learn English, using video-games and Skype.
However, it is very tough for me to play online games with chatting in English. May be I am just not used to it as yet.

1. Added to expand on the conversation.
  • detailed work(細かい作業(仕事))
  • important missions(重要な任務)
  • retrieve(取得する)
  • vendor(ベンダー、売歩く人)
  • stabilize(安定化させる)
  • permanent dealings(恒久的な取引)
  • proper system(適切なシステム)
  • grumpy(気難しい)
  • moody(気分屋な)
  • go through(経る、通過する)
  • Do you know when (her) day off is?((彼女の)お休みがいつか知っている?)
  • He's afraid that~ (~を心配する、きづかっている)
  • much too patient(我慢しすぎる)
  • I am honored that~(〜して光栄です。)
  • I barely understand~ (〜を辛うじて理解する(できる))
  • tell me more about~ (もっと~について語って下さい。)

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