- feelings and emotions
- 喜：delight / happiness / joy
- 哀：sadness / sorrow
- 楽：pleasure / laughter
- She is a highly emotional person.
- Yeah! I won the lottery!
– Oh my goodness!
– I’m thrilled to hear that!
- What are you going to do with that money?
- I want to go on a trip with you.
- You are always cheerful and outgoing, so it will be fun!
– That’s amazing!
– I would love to accept your offer!
– I would love to do that.
- Great! I am so excited!
- I’m getting frustrated because…
- This heat irritates me.
– Calm down. / Chill out.
- Don’t get annoyed with me.
- Well, actually I’m mad at you too.
- It was your idea to come here.
– Oh, hell no! Are you kidding me?
– You are making me upset.
- I am furious.
- I was depressed after breaking up with my partner.
- What happened?
- He was seeing another girl… I was heartbroken.
- Oh no… It must be quite shocking for you.
- It was a tragedy.
- I am so disappointed with him.
- What did you do last summer?
- We went camping every weekend.
- Was it a great time?
– Yes! We really enjoyed spending time together.
– I felt like I’m in seventh heaven!
- I’m so jealous. / You are so lucky.
- Why don’t we do it together next weekend?
– Sweet! I can’t be more excited!
- Are you all right?
– I have a stiff neck/tight shoulders.
– My lower back is throbbing.
– My arms are sore from playing baseball.
- You look pale.
- How are you feeling?
– I have a sharp pain/griping pain in my stomach.
– I’m feeling nauseous/queasy.
- What’s wrong?
– My eyes won’t stop twitching.
– My eyes feel gritty.
– I’ve got a sty in my right eyelid.
- Do I have something on my face?
– Your eyelash extensions are falling out.
– Your nose/nostril hair is sticking out.
- Do I have seaweed in my teeth?
- get stuck in my teeth
- front teeth
- I got a mosquito bite on my forehead.
- I got stung by a jellyfish.
- I’ve heard washing the sole of your feet would work against mosquitoes.
- My left shin itches.
- I have an itch on my left thigh.
- Did you get hurt?
– I pulled a muscle in my right calf.
– You need a pain-relieving patch.
– I tore a ligament.
– Let’s go (to) see a doctor.
- I got a cramp in my leg.
– stretch and massage
- I might have sprained my ankle.
– I can see its swelling.
– You must compress the ankle with an elastic bandage.
- I just needed to ask you something.
Can you do me a favor?
– What do you want me to do?
– Anything for you.
- Can you come and get me after work?
– Where should I go?
- I will be at the shopping mall with my friend.
Do you mind if you give her a ride too?
– No, I don’t. / Yes, I do.
– Of course not. / Not at all.
- Oh, please. I am asking you to do me a favor.
Can you please do it for me?
- Oh, thank you.
- You saved my life!
- I owe you one.
- Could I ask for your name?
Could you fill out this form?
– Sure. / Certainly. / Absolutely.
- May I speak to Mr.Smith, please?
– One moment, please.
– I’m afraid he’s not available at the moment.
– Would you mind calling back later?
- Could you please take a message?
（※ Could you please be quiet？（命令に近い））
- I appreciate your help.
- Thank you for your concern.
- What are you up to? / What are you doing?
– Just chilling.
– Just hanging around.
– I’m looking for my car key.
- What’s your plan for today?
– Working at the office as usual.
- What time are you coming home tonight?
– Around 6-ish, I guess.
※ blue-ish, green-ish
- Do you have any plan for tonight? / What’s your plan for tonight?
– I don’t have any plans.
– I’ve already got a plan.
- Are you working this weekend?
– I will go on a business trip from Thursday until next Monday.
- Do you have any plans for the next/upcoming vacation?
– I don’t have any plans.
– I have no idea.
– I’d like to visit my friend in Hawaii.
- What’s your budget?
– Around two grand (in Canadian dollar).
- Are you still available/free next Sunday?
- Do you remember we plan to have potluck dinner?
- What should I bring?
– Anything would be fine.
- What time will be convenient for you?
– Oops, I’ve double-booked myself…
– Can we do it on another day?
– I am terribly sorry, but I need to cancel our dinner because I will be on a business trip.
- How was your day / school?
- Anything special?
- It was 〜.
- It was good.
- Pretty good. / Not bad.
- Same as usual.
- It was just an awful day.
- What’s wrong?
- So, because of the fewer immigrants who are coming to my French school, they decided to cancel a couple of classes. They are downsizing to 2 days a week.
- That’s too bad. / That’s bummer.
- What’s the point?
- That’s all.
- So anyways,
- By the way,
- Let’s talk about something else.
- I met ~ at the grocery store today.
- One of my friends told me an interesting story today 〜 (that she and your (husband) friend were working at the same office.)
- You know what,
- She is moving out of the town.
- Did you bring in the laundry?
- No, not yet.
- That’s what you said.
- I’m tired of asking you 〜.
- It’s (The way of your folding is) totally different.
- Well, I was trying to do 〜.
- I needed to walk my dog before it gets dark. Don’t you think so?
- That’s true. / You’re right.
- I think so. / I guess so.
- That makes sense.