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何もしたくないですって英語でなんて言うの?

うつがひどく、生きているエネルギーのようなものがありません。何もしたくなく、ただ空白の時間が過ぎて行きます。特に何もしたくなくただ寝ていたいし、寝ているのもなんとなくつらいという気持ちを訴えたいです。
Joさん
2016/01/28 10:34

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  • I just don't want to do anything.

  • I don't feel like doing something.

  • I want to do nothing.

上の3つには微妙な違いがあります。

1. I just don't want to do anything.
「何にもしたくない、何をするのも嫌だ」
just が全体の意味を強めています。

2. I don't feel like doing something.
「何かをする気になれない」
feel like ~ で「~したい気分だ」です。

3. I want to do nothing.
「何もしないでいたい」

1の場合は意味が強いので、Joさんの場合は2か3がいいかもしれませんね。
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  • I just don’t want to do anything.

  • I don’t have energy for anything.

  • I don’t want to do anything.

「何もしたくない」ということを伝えたいのであれば、「I don’t want to do anything」を使えます。

もしつらさを伝えたいなら、「just」を使います。
「just」の直訳は「ただ・〜だけ」という意味ですが、ネイティブは抵抗があるときによく使います。

A: You can’t watch tv!
テレビを見ちゃいけない
B: Come on, I just want to watch one show!
もう、だって1つの番組を見たいんだ!

ネイティブがよく使う表現がさらにあります。こんな場合、ネイティブは原因も伝えます。
I don’t have energy for anything.
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  • I never feel like doing anything.

  • I am always so depressed that I don't feel like doing anything.

  • All I want to do is sleep, but I'm sick of sleeping.

I never feel like doing anything.→何かする気が起きることがありません。

I am always so depressed that I don't feel like doing anything.
→私はいつも落ち込んでいて、何もする気がおきません。

All I want to do is sleep, but I'm sick of sleeping.
→ただ寝ていたいけれど、寝るのにも嫌気が差しました。

Depressedは鬱や、落ち込んでいる気持ちを表します。
I am sick of~ は、何かに嫌気がさすという意味です。

大丈夫ですか?(;_;) 元気を出してください~!!!

DMM EIkaiwa B DMM英会話
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  • I don't wanna do anything.

「何もしたくない」と言いたいときは、よく"I don't want to do anything"を使います。
もちろん、"I want to"でもいいのですが、少し崩した言い方(スラング的な言い方)をしたいのであれば、「want to= wanna」になります。

例:I am so tired today, I don't wanna do anything.
  今日は疲れすぎて何もしたくない。
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  • 1. I'm feeling lazy today.

  • 2. I'm feeling lethargic today.

  • 3. I just want to chill today.

1. You feel slow, no energy.
2. Your body feels heavy, no energy, the world is in slow motion.
3. You dream of a chair, a bed or a quiet and peaceful place where nothing happens - or you just do some restful or relaxing activity.
1 何をするにもだるくて力がでないという表現です
2 体が重く、力なく、世界はゆっくりと動いてる感じです。
3 静かで何も起こらないことを願いながらゆっくり椅子やベッドで過ごしたい、そんなときの表現です。

※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
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I am feeling lazy to do anything today.

  • I don't feel like doing anything today

Feeling lazy means that you do not have the energy to do anything today. You would rather relax and do nothing.
"Feeking lazy"あなたが今日何かをするエネルギーを持っていないこと。 あなたはむしろリラックスや何もしたくありません。

※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
Natsai DMM英会話講師
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  • I don't want to do anything today

  • I don't want to be bothered now

  • I don't feel like doing anything

Sometimes there are days when you don't feel like doing anything and you just wanna sleep. If that's the case you can say "I don't want to do anything today" If you don't want to talk to anyone you can say "I don't want to be bothered now" That let's them know that you want to be left alone and not talk to anyone. If you have work to do but don't feel like doing it at the moment you can say " i don't feel like doing it now." and just spend the rest of the time doing what you want.
ときどき、何もしたくなくて、ただ寝ていたいだけの日があると思います。
そのような場合は

"I don't wan to do anything today."
(今日は何もしたくありません。)
と言うことができます。

もし、誰とも話したくないのであれば、
"I don't want to be bothered now."
(今は邪魔されたくない。)
と言うことができます。

この表現は、一人になって、誰とも話したくないと知らせることができます。

もし仕事があるけれど、今やりたくない場合は
"I don't feel like doing it now."
(今する気分じゃない。)
と言って、その日やりたいことをすることができます。

※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
Aba DMM英会話講師
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  • I don't really feel like doing anything.

  • I'm not really in the mood for doing anything today.

If you don't feel like doing anything and want to explain this to someone, you can say something along the lines of "I don't really feel like doing anything." or "I'm not really in the mood for doing anything today.". This will tell people that you do not have much f a mood to do anything today.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm not really up for doing anything right now.

  • I really can't be bothered to make the effort to do anything at the minute.

  • I don't think I'll make any plans right now, as I'm not in the mood to do anything.

The first phrase is conversational, and uses the phrase "not up for" meaning the same as "don't want to" in this context. The opposite would be to say "I'm up for doing something right now".
The second phrase uses "can't be bothered" to show lack of interest or inclination to make the effort to do something, whilst not actually confirming the reason, such as tiredness etc.
The third phrase uses the word "mood", and indicates that the speaker doesn't want to do something, as it doesn't fit in with the way they are currently feeling.
Gozo P DMM英会話講師
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  • I am not up for anything!

  • I am so exhausted right now...I am simply not up for anything...

There are a number of ways to approach this concept, in modern English...
If we are UP FOR IT...It means that we are very willing to get involved:-)
Conversely; not up for it...OR not up for anything ...means we have absolutely no interest whatsoever in participating!

I just want to chill-out I am not up for anything at the moment...
Scobie DMM英会話講師
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  • Today I don't feel like doing anything.

  • Today is a day just for me, alone in my bedroom!

Sometimes we have days where we just want to relax and do absolutely nothing. This is allowed if we are hard workers and maybe we just finished a long week. Or maybe we don't feel ourselves and we just want to be alone with our thoughts and the television.

These sentences explain clearly that we don't want to do anything with anyone.
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm spent!

  • I'm bored.

  • I'm feeling lazy.

"I'm spent" means, I'm exhausted or I can't do anything right now.

"I'm bored" means, I don't have anything to do right now.

"I'm feeling lazy" means, I don't want to work right now.

Each one of these phrases can mean "I don't feel like doing anything."

Someone may sometimes even say, "I feel apathetic and just can't do anything now."
Robert D DMM英会話講師
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  • I dont want to do anything

  • I dont have the energy to do that

  • I am feeling very lethargic

If you dont feel well or are too lazy to do anything, you can say any of these sentences.
Lethargic means that you are feeling really tired and drained and dont have much energy to do anything. You would probably just want to chill out and do nothing.
Lucy G DMM英会話講師
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  • I don't want to do anything.

  • I would just like to relax.

Examples:

I have had a really busy week, today I just want to relax.
This is the first day that I have had off in a long time, I would just like to relax.
I am feeling really tired, I would just like to chill out today.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • I don't feel like doing anything.

  • I don't want to do anything today.

  • I want to do nothing today.

Here are three phrases that we can use to express this idea. Notice that in the last two examples, that the change comes in where we put the negation word, "not/nothing," either on the verb or on the object noun of the sentence.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Sorry, I'm just not feeling up to it.

  • I've been really melancholic and don't want to do anything.

  • I just don't feel like doing anything.

Sorry, I'm just not feeling up to it.

By saying this, you are apologizing for how you are feeling, but also saying you don't want to do it. By saying "I'm not feeling up to it," it could mean that you don't have the energy or just don't feel well enough to do something. This is an expression most commonly used by native US English speakers.

Example:
Q: Do you want to join me for lunch today?
A: I'm sorry, I'm just not feeling up to it.

I've been really melancholic and don't want to do anything.

First of all, melancholic is a words used by many native English speakers and it means to be pensively sad. In simpler words, it means that you have been sad for a while, but there's no specific reason for your sadness. It could be because of depression, anxiety or even stress.

So by using this sentence, you are saying that you don't feel good and you're too sad to want to do anything.

Example:
Q: Why haven't you joined us for lunch these past few weeks.
A: I've been really melancholic and don't want to do anything.
Arne DMM英会話講師

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