間違いやすい言葉 – Almostはほとんどと同じ意味ではない

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The adverb “almost” can be tricky to use in English, and a lot of English learners seem to have trouble with it. How about you? Well, for today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you some of the most common ways we use “almost.” Check it out! If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, …

ニューヨークから英会話レッスン:Somewhere vs. Anywhere

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よこうそ! これをご覧下さい: Somewhere また Anywhere  は 次の文書にどうちらが正しいですか? Are you going______________tonight? 説明: Somewhere と Anywhere の使い方が似てるけと、ちょっとニュアンスがちがいます。 肯定的な文書に 「somewhere」 を使って下さい。 例: I want to go somewhere tonight. 例: I left my keys somewhere in my office. 肯定的jじゃない場合と質問の時に 「anywhere」を使います。 例:  Aさん: ”Are you going anywhere tonight?” Bさん: ”No, I am not going anywhere tonight.” だから、「Are you going anywhere? 」 は正しいですよ。指でOK 練習: 次の文の_____の部分に入れるのに最も適当なものを、somewhere,または anywhere 一つ選んで入れてください 1. Is there________to buy bread in this neighborhood? 2. Let’s go________quite for dinner. 3. …

How to say 疲れた in English

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How to say 疲れた!in English. Sometimes you do something that takes a long time, or something that is really a pain in the neck. Like, going through immigration and customs at the airport, going to the driver’s license office, or finishing up a project in the office When you look up 「疲れた」 in a dictionary, it usually translates as, “I’m …

How to say 「着る」と「脱ぐ」 in English

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How to say 「着る」と「脱ぐ」 in English Getting dressed and undressed in English is so much easier than in Japanese. That’s because you only need to know three basic verbs in English. First of all, we use put on. Put on means 「着る」 in English and can be used for everything you put on your body. Put on is an action. …

How To Say 「久しぶりに」In English

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How To Say 「久しぶりに」In English Sometimes you might see someone, go somewhere, or do something that you haven’t done in a long time. There are three ways you can say 「 久しぶりに」in English: Long time no see. We use the phrase Long time no see as a hello greeting when we meet someone that we have not seen for a …