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会議で今週の予定を報告してみよう

Reporting on your weekly schedule at a meeting
あなたは会議で今週の予定を報告しています。
ビジネスでのコミュニケーションはとても重要です。チームのメンバーは担当の任務が重複しないよう、また行動にずれが生じないようにお互いのスケジュールを確認することが大切です。
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What's your schedule like this week?
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What's your schedule like this week?

We are going to release two products this week. About the application for Android, there is no problem. However, the app for iOS, we need to test some functions.
We might change the schedule depends on the result of the test.
We will finish the testing of iOS until Thus day. Then, we will decide if we will release it this week.

自然な表現

We are going to release two products this week. About the application for Android, there is no problem. However, the app for iOS, we need to test some functions.
We might change the schedule depending on the result of the test.
We will finish the testing of iOS by Thursday. Then, we will decide if we will release it this week.

1. you cannot use a verb in the present tense as an adverb
2. "until" is used to express duration or limit
That is okay. Have the tests on the iOS functions started? How many people are working on these tests?

Yes, I asked three quality assurance engineers to test it this morning.
Also, I requested two Android developers to join the testing because we need to finish it and review the result as soon as possible.

自然な表現

Yes, three quality assurance engineers have been tasked to test it this morning.
Also, I requested two Android developers to join the testing because we need to finish it and review the result as soon as possible.

1. There is nothing to correct here. This is just an alternative expression you may use in this situation.
I agree with you, we need to finish this because it is essential to our daily work. Do you need more manpower to handle the project? When do you think this project will be complete?

As for now, we assigned enough engineers to the test. However, we might need more engineers to look into the issue if we found it. In this case, we are going to ask developers who are handling the next version apps to help us.
We will release the next version early next month because we have some issues we should support it. Then we will complete this project.

自然な表現

As for now, we assigned enough engineers to the test. However, we might need more engineers to look into the issue if we find any. In this case, we are going to ask developers who are handling the next version of the apps to help us.
We will release the next version early next month because we have some issues we should deal with. Then, we will complete this project.

1. finding an issue is not impossible, so use the pattern "if + present tense"
2. you are not sure if there will be an issue, so don't use "it"
3. "version" cannot be used as an adjective, so supply "of the"
4. "issues" are not supported but dealt with
Oh I see. Is there anything else you will need for this project to flow smoothly besides manpower ?

I'd like to ask the corporate communications department to know this situation because we are going to open the new website for this project on Friday.

自然な表現

I'd like to ask the corporate communications department to familiarize themselves with this situation because we are going to launch the new website for this project on Friday.

1. "know" is simply the state of being aware of something, which does not express enough emphasis
2. "websites" are not opened, but launched
What can you tell me about the function testing of the IOS?
Why does it need more testing?

We might change the contents of the website if we found a critical issue.
The new iOS version released urgently last Friday, so we need to test it again. As for now, developers said there was no problem. However, we decided to verify it just in case.

自然な表現

We might change the contents of the website if we find a critical issue.
The new iOS version was released urgently last Friday, so we need to test it again. As for now, developers said there was no problem. However, we decided to verify it just in case.

1. finding an issue is not impossible, so use the pattern "if + present tense"
2. use the passive voice because the subject is the receiver, not the doer of the action
  • agenda(予定、議事、議題)
  • attendance(出席、出勤)
  • priority(優先事項)
  • routine((名)決まった仕事、(形)定期的な)
  • minutes(議事録)
  • facilitator(進行役)
  • presentation(プレゼンテーション)
  • forecast((名)天気予報、(動)(天気などを)予測する)
  • videoconference(テレビ会議)
  • participants(参加者、出席者)
  • meeting facilitator (会議の進行役)
  • What's the forecast for next month's supply? (来月の供給予想は何ですか?)
  • Did you contact all of the videoconference participants? (テレビ会議の出席者全員と連絡はしましたか?)
  • presentation format(プレゼンテーション構成)
  • I will take the minutes of this meeting.(私がこのミーティングの記事録をとります。)
  • Who will be in attendance? (誰が出席しますか?)
  • top priority(最優先事項)
  • What's on the agenda today?(今日の議題はなんですか?)
  • What's on the agenda for Thursday?(木曜日の議題はなんですか?)
  • It's going to be a busy week.(忙しい週になりそうです。)

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