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大学受験勉強が大変ですって英語でなんて言うの?

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Tokkyさん
2017/12/14 11:27

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  • I am studying hard every day for my entrance exams, I am exhasusted.

  • I can't wait until my entrance exams are over, they are really tough.

  • I have no free time at the moment, I am so busy with revision.

Each of the phrases explain what you have been doing recently, they also add that you are working really hard and don't have much free time for yourself.
When we say we can't wait until the exams are over, we are expressing the sense of relief we will feel when they are finally done and dusted.
We also use revision more commonly than studying in Britain.
これらのフレーズを使えばあなたが最近どうしているのか表すことができます。
can't wait until the exams are over(早く試験が終わって欲しい)と言っている時は早くストレスから解放されたいという意味です。
イギリスではstudyingより revision の方が一般的に使われます。

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原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Alex CB DMM英会話講師
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  • At the moment, preparing for my college entrance exam is the focus of all my energies

  • I am under considerable pressure at the moment brushing up for my entrance exam

To brush up means to improve aspects of something you have learned or a skill you may have acquired. If you are brushing up for an exam, it means you are reviewing and revising material rather than learning completely new material. In the UK, most people would not dramatise how hard their work is, but rather say something like: 'All my energies are focused on passing the entrance exam."
To brush up は何かを上達させるということです。 試験を brushing up しているということは学んだことの復習をしていることです。イギリスでは 'All my energies are focused on passing the entrance exam."というのが一般的です。これは今試験に合格するのに集中している、という意味です。

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原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I have been studying really hard for my exams, it has been very draining.

  • Lately, all I have been doing is studying and it is very tiring.

  • Studying for my entrance exam has been very time consuming, it's draining my energy.

Draining- uses a lot of strength or energy.
By saying you are drained you are telling the listener that something has been very difficult for you and you don't have a lot of energy.
Draining- たくさんのエネルギーを使うこと。
何かが難しくてエネルギーが足りないということ。

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原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Kirst English teacher
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  • Lately I have been studying extremely hard for my college entrance exam, it has been really tough.

  • I am using every moment to study for my college entrance exam, its very tiring.

"Lately I have been studying extremely hard for my college entrance exam, it has been really tough." This explains to the person that recently all you have been doing is trying to study for the entrance exam and it has been really difficult studying for it.

"I am using every moment to study for my college entrance exam, it's very tiring." This is another way of explaining that you have been trying to study as much as you can for your entrance exam and that you are getting exhausted.
"Lately I have been studying extremely hard for my college entrance exam, it has been really tough." これは大変難しいが最近大学の入試のために必死に勉強をしているという意味です。

"I am using every moment to study for my college entrance exam, it's very tiring." これは最近必死に大学の入試のために勉強をしているが疲れてきたという意味です。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Jody R DMM英会話講師
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  • Lately I have been studying for my college entrance exam, it is not easy, I'm so tired!

  • I have been spending all my free time studying for my college entrance exam, it is really difficult and exhausting!

  • I am studying daily for my college entrance exam, I have no free time at the moment, it's really exhausting!

These sentences describe and portray a few different thoughts and feelings so naturally there are many different ways to get your ideas across. When we say we have been 'spending time' it typically refers to our free time, or something we are not obligated to do, like a hobbie for instance.

If we do too much of something, we say it is exhausting or tiring. When speaking of any tasks, including exams, that are not easily accomplished we say they are difficult, tough, not easy or not easily accomplished.
これらのフレーズを使うことによって自然に自分の気持ちを表すことができます。 'spending time' は趣味などに時間を費やしていることです。

何かをやりすぎたらexhausting か tiringと言います。 試験など難しいものことを difficult, tough, not easy or not easily accomplishedと言います。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Jeffrey L DMM英会話講師
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  • I am so busy studying for my entrance exam.

  • I've only been studying for my entrance exam and have had no time for anything else.

  • I have studied for my entrance exam day in, day out.

"I have studied for my entrance exam day in, day out." tells a person that all you have been doing is studying which has kept you so busy recently.
"day in, day out" means everyday, all day.
"I have studied for my entrance exam day in, day out."(明けても暮れても、入試の勉強をしている)
ここ最近勉強ですごく忙しいと伝えています。

"day in, day out" は「毎日、一日中」という意味です。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Jason T DMM英会話講師
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  • Things have been hectic. I've been preparing for my college entrance exam.

  • Lately, I've been working hard on my college entrance exam.

  • I've been working on my college entrance exam everyday. I'm exhausted but I have to keep pushing hard.

When you want to explain that you have been very busy preparing for entrance exams. You can say it in the following manner:
-Things have been hectic. I've been preparing for my college entrance exam.
-Lately, I've been working hard on my college entrance exam.
-I've been working on my college entrance exam everyday. I'm exhausted but I have to keep pushing hard.
あなたが大学入試試験の勉強でいそがしい事を説明したい時は、次のように言うことが出来ます。
【例】
-Things have been hectic. I've been preparing for my college entrance exam.
(このところめちゃくちゃ忙しいです、大学受験に備えています)

-Lately, I've been working hard on my college entrance exam.
(最近は大学受験勉強を一生懸命しています)

-I've been working on my college entrance exam everyday. I'm exhausted but I have to keep pushing hard.
(毎日一生懸命大学受験勉強をしています、ちょっと疲れていますが、もう少し頑張らなくてはいけません)

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
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