ハチに刺されたーって英語でなんて言うの?

痛いですよね。
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  • I was stung by a bee!

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I was stung by a bee!
(アイ ワズ スタング バイ ア ビー!)

■sting(スティング)
「~を刺す」
sting-stung-stung
と変化します。
Takuya Nigami 英語4技能をトレーニング「にがみ塾」塾長
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  • I got stung by a bee/wasp.

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丹上さんが書かれたように
I was stung...
でもいいのですが、口語ではgetを使って
I got stung...
のように言うことが多いです。
(文法的にはgetを使うことで「~される」という出来事を表わします)

また、beeだけでなくwaspという単語もあります。
日本語ではどちらも「ハチ」ですが、
ミツバチのように、花につくもの(幼虫に花の蜜を与えるもの)
を bee と言います。

それ以外の、幼虫に虫を主食とするもの、
例えばスズメバチなどが wasp です。

あとは、万が一刺されてしまって痛い時には
It hurts!
でもいいですが、
I'm gonna die!
(死にそう!)
なんて叫んでみてもいいかもしれませんよ。
Nishizawa Roy イングリッシュドクター
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  • ① I got stung by a bee!

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蜂にさされたー!!

を英語で言うには、「① I got stung by a bee!」です。

ジュリアン
Julian Sushi Chef / English Teacher / Cyclist / Horseman
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  • I got stung by a bee.

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  • A bee stung me.

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Stung is the past tense of sting.
A sting is the pain inflicted by insects such as ants, bees, wasps.
「stung」は「sing」の過去形です。
「a sting」とはありや蜂やスズメバチのような虫による痛みのことです。
Jerryann DMM英会話講師
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  • I've been stung by a bee!

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  • A bee stung me!

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  • I've got bee poison in my finger!

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A bee sting may be both painful and frightening - especially for a child. We would generally use the present perfect form:
To have + past participle when describing what has happened in this case.
"I went to the bottom of the garden to smell the flowers with little Johnny.

He was happy and running around the garden but he suddenly shouted:
"I've been stung by a bee!" I took him into the house and gave him some chocolate.
He cried for about twenty minutes, but he seems much better now."
蜂に噛まれるのって、怖くもあり痛くもありますよね。特に子供の場合、何が起きているのかを表すために現在完了形を一般的に使います。To have + past participle

例:
"I went to the bottom of the garden to smell the flowers with little Johnny. He was happy and running around the garden but he suddenly shouted:
庭でジョニーと一緒に花の匂いを嗅いでいたんだ。ジョニーは庭を駆け回っていたけど、突然叫んだんだ。

"I've been stung by a bee!" I took him into the house and gave him some chocolate.He cried for about twenty minutes, but he seems much better now."
蜂に刺されたよお! 僕は家に彼を家に連れてチョコレートをあげたんだ。
20分泣き止まなかったけど、今はだいぶよくなったようだ。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I was stung by a bee.

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  • I got stung by a bee.

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  • A bee stung me.

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Here are three common phrases that we can use to describe this phenomena, but two different things to notice in these phrases. The first is a minor change between the verb, "to be stung," and, "to get stung," however this doesn't change the structure. The second and main thing I want to focus is the usage of a passive voice sentence, "I was stung by a bee," and an active sentence, "A bee stung me." Passive voice sentence have the subject of the sentence coming at the end of the sentence as the object and uses the verb structure, "to be + past participle of verb (stung)" whereas active sentences keep the main subject of the sentence in the front and uses the simple past tense. Feel free to search more examples of passive vs. active sentences as these are used and changed often in English depending on the context.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • I was stung by a bee

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  • I got a bee sting

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a bee sting' = noun
'to be stung by a bee' = verb

Both cases are correct, but if you are using the verb form it is important that you use the past tense form.


"a bee sting' =名詞'to be stung by a bee' =動詞どちらも正しいですが、動詞の形を使うのであれば、過去形を使うことは重要です。
Kim Z DMM英会話講師
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  • "Ouch, I was just stung by a bee. It was painful!"

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  • "A bee has stung me"

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If you wanted to express that you have been stung by a bee, you could say either of the following to make this evident: "Ouch, I was just stung by a bee. It was painful!" or "A bee has stung me".

Example sentence: Ouch, I was just stung by a bee and it really hurt.
Emmi B DMM英会話講師
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  • OUCH! I just got stung by a bee!

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  • Can someone help me please? I just got stung by a bee!

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If you just got stung by a bee and would like to express this to someone, you can say something like "OUCH! I just got stung by a bee!" or "Can someone help me please? I just got stung by a bee!". These are good ways to let someone know that you have been stung by a bee and need some help.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • AOUCH!

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  • AOUCH! I was just stung by a bee...its surprisingly painful...

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A bee sting may elicit all kinds of "expletives" or exclamations of pain!
AOUCH! is onomatopoeia.. like "boing" or plop! in that it mimics the sound made ;-)
AOUCH; is how we might express pain without "swearing" (using foul language!)
"bee sting"(ハチ刺され)はありとあらゆる "expletives"(罵りの言葉)や"exclamations of pain"(痛みに対する叫び声)を引き出すことでしょう!
"OUCH!"(いたっ!)とは"boing"(びよーん)や"plop"(ドブン/ドブン)などと同じ"onomatopoeia"(擬音語)になります。
音を真似て出来る言葉ですよね ;-)
"OUCH"とは "swearing"(罵り) (汚い言葉を使って!)表現する代わりに痛さを表すことが出来ます。
Scobie DMM英会話講師
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  • Owwwww.. I just got stung by a bee!

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  • I think I have a bee sting... look!

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Nobody likes bee stings. They are quite painful. Children are normally warned by their parents to be careful not to get stung by bees. They make us aware of all the dangerous creatures that are out in the open.

"Owwwww" is a very popular expression, not just among kids but among adults as well. It is better than using bad language. If we are kids and we use bad language, our parents will scold us or even hit us!
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • A bee stung me.

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  • I got stung by a bee.

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  • I was just stung by a bee.

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Bees have a stinger so if you are hurt by it, you say you have been "stung". After a bee stings you, you can state it like this: "A bee stung me!" You can also say "Ouch, I just got stung by a bee.are
Jason T DMM英会話講師
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