2日連続で外食って英語でなんて言うの?

友達が遊びに来ていて、2日連続で外食したら胃が疲れた。明日からまた自炊しようと言いたいです。
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SHIZUKAさん
2018/01/06 00:12
英訳例
  • I ate out two days in a row this week.

This tells the person you're talking to that you ate out twice this week, but two times in a row - one day after another. We normally feel guilty about this because it is usually expensive and unhealthy.
"I've been bad this week, I ate out two times/twice in row".
Alex CB DMM英会話講師
英訳例
  • I ate out two days in a row.

  • I have eaten at a restaurant two days in a row.

Both phrases serve the same purpose just with different grammatical tools.

The first "I ate out..." only explains that you have eaten food from outside your home for two days consecutively.

The second phrase, "I have eaten..." uses a different verb and also specifies where abouts you have eaten out, "a restaurant".

I hope this helps.
Joshua R DMM英会話講師
英訳例
  • I've been eating out for the past two days

  • I've had take out for the last two days

  • I've been eating out for two days now

'I've been eating out for the past two days'
eating out: refers to eating at a restaurant or eating fast food.
This means that you have had restaurant food/fast food instead of home cooked meals for the past two days.

'I've had take out for the last two days'
take out: refers to restaurant food or street food/fast food.
You can refer to 'two days in a row' by using the terms 'last two days' or 'past two days'.

'I've been eating out for two days now'
This is a direct and simple way of explaining that you have been eating out two days in a row.

I hope this helps :)
Mandy DMM英会話講師
英訳例
  • I dined out for two consecutive days.

  • I ate out for two successive days.

The adjective 'consecutive' means following each other continually without a break. This means that the two days followed each other without a break in between. For example, if you went to eat at a restaurant on Monday, you must have returned to the same restaurant on Tuesday. The adjective 'successive' also means following each other, without a gap in between.
So, you may say:
I dined out for two consecutive days.
or
I ate out for two successive days.

Teddy Zee DMM英語講師

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