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カキカキ (何かを描く音)って英語でなんて言うの?

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hito dokokanoさん
2017/10/09 07:59
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  • Scritchy scratchy

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  • Scribble scribble

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  • Scritch scratch

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You could also say 'screech screech' if, for example, some chalk on a blackboard makes a high pitched sound. "Oh my, what is Mike drawing with? It sounds so scritchy scratchy?" "It's a charcoal stick." "Ugh, look at his fingers. It seems so messy!" Henry is writing very quickly in his notebook. He completes one page of writing, then comes to the end of his composition: scribble, scribble....done!
screech screech' ともいうことができます。 黒板にかくと甲高い音がなるチョークもありますよね。. 例 "Oh my, what is Mike drawing with? It sounds so scritchy scratchy?" マイクは何で描いているの?キーキー鳴っているけど? "It's a charcoal stick." ああ、チョークだよ。 "Ugh, look at his fingers. It seems so messy!" ああ、彼の指みてごらんよ、すっごく汚いな。 Henry is writing very quickly in his notebook. He completes one page of writing, then comes to the end of his composition: scribble, scribble....done! ヘンリーはノートにすごく早く書いている。1ページ書き終わり、構図を書き終わったようだ、落書き終了だ。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Swish

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  • Whoosh

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It can be common to say: The swish of a pen. The whoosh of a pen. This can be used to describe someone writing fast or drawing quickly. He finished writing with a whoosh of his pen.. The novel was finished in a swish of a pen. You can also use it to describe drawing: The painting was finished with a swish of a paintbrush. I hope that helps!
すごく一般的な言い方です。 The swish of a pen. The whoosh of a pen. 字を書くのが早い人、画を描くくのが早い人をこう呼びます。 例 He finished writing with a whoosh of his pen. 彼は一瞬で書き終えた。 The novel was finished in a swish of a pen. 小説が一瞬で書き上げられた。 画にも使うことができます。 例 The painting was finished with a swish of a paintbrush. その画は一瞬で描きあげられた。 I hope that helps!
Danielle K DMM英会話講師
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  • Swish.

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  • Scratch.

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It depends on what the person is drawing with. For example, a pencil makes a "scratch" sound, but a paintbrush makes a "swish" sound. You can say use them like this: - The pencil made a scratching sound as she sketched the tree. - The scratching of a pencil reminds me of art class and always relaxes me. - The paintbrush swished against the canvas in fluid motions. - The swishing of a paintbrush and the smell of paints is nostalgic. If you uploading a picture on SNS, I wouldn't just use "scratch" or "swish" because that would not be easily understood by a native English audience. Try writing a sentence with the words: - I scratched this out earlier today. - Just a quick swish-swish and this one was done!
これはその人が何で描いているかによります。 例えば、鉛筆は "scratch" という音を出しますし、絵筆は "swish" という音を出します。 - The pencil made a scratching sound as she sketched the tree.(彼女が木をスケッチする間、鉛筆を走らせる音が響いていました) - The scratching of a pencil reminds me of art class and always relaxes me.(鉛筆が紙に触れる音を聞くと美術の授業を思い出して、リラックスできます) - The paintbrush swished against the canvas in fluid motions.(絵筆が滑らかな動きでキャンバスに対してシュッシュッと音を立てました) - The swishing of a paintbrush and the smell of paints is nostalgic.(絵筆のシュッシュッという音と絵の具のにおいは懐かしいです) 写真をSNSにアップロードするなら、"scratch" または "swish" だけだとネイティブスピーカーには伝わりにくいので、これらの言葉を使った文を書くといいと思います。 - I scratched this out earlier today.(今日これを描きました) - Just a quick swish-swish and this one was done!(ちょっとシュッシュッとやって、これが出来ました)
Trish エートゥーゼット英語学校 講師
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  • Swish

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  • shasha shasha

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"Swish" could describe the sound of a single line been drawn "shasha shasha" can be described as the sound of coloring in.
"Swish" は、一本の線が描かれるときに鳴る音を表しています。 "shasha shasha" は、カラーリングの音として表現されることがあります。.
Jody R DMM英会話講師
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  • Scratch.

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  • Screech.

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  • Swish swoosh.

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If someone is drawing or coloring in on a piece of paper with a pencil or crayon, the sound is rather soft. Therefore I would use something like 'swish swoosh'. If someone is writing on a blackboard with chalk, the sound is harsher. Almost like a screeching sound.
鉛筆やクレヨンで紙に絵を描いたり色を塗るなら、これはかなり優しい音になりますよね。ですから、'swish swoosh' などが使えます。 黒板にチョークで何かを書くなら、これはよりキツい音ですね。'screech'(甲高い音)に近いです。
Niabh DMM英語講師
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  • Swish

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  • Scratch

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  • Scribble

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The sound thats made depends on the item you are drawing with so if you are using a pencil it might make a scribble sound or if pressed harder then a scratch sound, a paintbrush would make a swish sound with the noise of the paint on it
何で描くかによって音は変わりますね。 鉛筆を使うなら、'scribble' という音かもしれません。あるいは、より強く押し付けると、'scratch' という音になります。 筆で絵の具を塗ったときには、'swish' という音がします。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • Scratch Scratch

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  • Scribble Scribble

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  • Woosh

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There are many different ways in English to describe the sound of writing or drawing, each similar to the other. Scratch Scratch. Is more of a sound that would describe a pencil moving quickly and roughly over some paper. Woosh, Would describe the sound that a pen or pencil would make when moving quickly. E.g- ''the pen whooshed over the paper''
英語には、何かを書いたときの音を表す言葉がいろいろあります。それぞれよく似ています。 Scratch Scratch.(スクラッチスクラッチ) は、鉛筆で素早く荒く何かを書いたときの音という感じです。 Woosh.(ウッシュ) は、ペンや鉛筆で素早く何かを書いたときの音を表します。 例: ''the pen whooshed over the paper'' (紙の上でペンがシュッと音を立てた)
Anastasia DMM英会話講師
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  • Swoosh

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  • Scribble

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  • Swish

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Onomatopoeia is where a word is spelt as it sounds verbally. This is used in comics with words like POW! or CHOP! or THUD!. However since you are asking about the sound a pencil makes its will be the ones listed above. The Swish, Swoosh and Scribble of a pen. These when spoken gives the listener a certain idea of how the pen moved across the surtface however the tangible moments alos sounds as it is spelt .
擬音語は、耳で聞いた音の通りにつづられる言葉をいいます。例えば "POW!" "CHOP!" "THUD!" など、漫画で使われます。「鉛筆の音」ということなら、上記のように表せます。 Swoosh = スウッシュ Scribble = スクリブル Swish = スウィッシュ これらは声に出していうと、ペンを走らせたときの音を表します。その音の通りにつづられています。
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