ほとんど仕事で英語を使わないって英語でなんて言うの?

Do you use English at work?
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NAOさん
2018/03/12 01:29
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  • I seldom use English.

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I seldom use English. 「めったに英語を使用しません。」

seldomとは、めったに〜ないという副詞です。ご参考になれば幸いです。
Able English Studies カナダ(バンクーバー)のTOEIC専門学校
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  • Not really.

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  • I rarely have to use English at work.

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  • No, I do not need to use English at work.

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Do you use English at work? Not really.
I rarely have to use English at work.
No, I do not need to use English at work.
I don't use English at work at all.
English is not needed where I work.
I don't need to use English at work.
English is not needed where I work.
English is not necessary at my job.
No English is needed at my work site.
Do you use English at work? - Not really.(職場で英語を使いますか - あんまり)

I rarely have to use English at work.(職場ではほとんど英語は使いません)

No, I do not need to use English at work.(いいえ、職場では英語を使う必要はありません)

I don't use English at work at all.(職場では全く英語を使いません)

English is not needed where I work.(私の職場では英語を必要としません)

I don't need to use English at work.(職場では英語を必要としません)

English is not needed where I work.(私の職場では英語を必要としません)

English is not necessary at my job.(私の職場では英語を必要としません)

No English is needed at my work site.(私の職場では英語を必要としません)
Bobbi S DMM英語講師
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  • I hardly ever use English at work

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  • I alsmost never use English at work

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  • I'm not required to use English at work

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If you don't do/use something very often then you can say 'I hardly ever use' or 'I almost never use' if you explaining that you don't speak much English at work then you can say 'I'm not required touse English at work'
何かをあまり頻繁にしない/使わないなら、'I hardly ever use'(ほとんど使わない)や 'I almost never use'(同)と言えます。

職場で英語をあまり話さないと説明したいなら、'I'm not required to use English at work'(職場では英語を使う必要はありません)と言えます。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • I rarely use English at work

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  • I don't really use English at work

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"I rarely use English at work" a more polite and formal way, Rarely is used when describing something not used frequently. "I rarely watch TV"
"I don't really use" also used in the same context but it is more of a relaxed and casual way of expressing this.
"I rarely use English at work"(仕事ではほとんど英語を使いません)は丁寧でフォーマルな言い方です。'Rarely' は「めったに~ない」の意味です。

例:
"I rarely watch TV"(テレビはめったに見ません)


"I don't really use"(あまり~を使わない)も同じ文脈で使えますが、より砕けた言い方です。
Jack F DMM英会話講師
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  • I hardly use English at work.

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  • I do not use English often at work.

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  • I rarely speak English at work.

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If you almost never use English at work, it means you 'hardly' use the language. The adverb 'hardly which has been used in the first statement means 'almost not', 'scarcely'. It actually means that you do not use English 'often' or frequently. In fact it means that you 'rarely' speak English at work. To explain it further, it means that you sometimes speak the language but not always.
So, you may say to a friend or relative:
I hardly use English at work.
or
I do not use English often at work.
or
I rarely speak English at work.
ほとんど職場で英語を使わないなら、それは 'hardly' で表せます。一つ目の文で使われている副詞の 'hardly' は「ほとんど~ない」の意味です。これは「英語を 'often'(頻繁に)に話さない」あるいは「'rarely'(めったに)英語を話さない」という意味です。つまり「英語を時々話すけどいつもではない」ということ。

友達や家族に次のように言えます。

I hardly use English at work.(職場では英語をほとんど使いません)

I do not use English often at work.(職場ではあまり英語を使いません)

I rarely speak English at work.(職場ではめったに英語を話しません)
Teddy Zee DMM英語講師
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  • I rarely use English at work.

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  • I hardly ever use English at work.

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  • I seldom us English at work.

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I rarely use English at work.

I hardly ever use English at work.

I seldom us English at work.

You can use these if you sometimes, but not very often, use English at work.
Rarely/hardly ever/ seldom
I rarely use English at work.(仕事ではめったに英語を使いません)

I hardly ever use English at work.(仕事ではめったに英語を使いません)

I seldom use English at work.(仕事ではめったに英語を使いません)


これらは、仕事で時々英語を使う(あまり使わない)という場合に使うことができます。

Rarely/hardly ever/seldom = めったに~ない
Niabh DMM英語講師
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  • I rarely use English at work.

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  • I hardly ever use English at work.

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The use of "rarely" indicates the lack of use of English. An informal way to explain you hardly use English at work.

The use of "hardly" indicates the absence of time required to use the English.
"rarely" は英語をあまり使わないことを表します。ほとんど仕事で英語を使わないことをカジュアルに伝えています。

"hardly" は、ほとんど英語を使わなくていいことを表します。
Qu DMM英会話講師
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  • I rarely use English at my job.

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  • I don’t use English often at work.

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“Don’t use it often” or “to rarely use something” means that you don’t use it very much. In this case, you are explaining that you don’t use the English language very much at your work.
Ex: “I don’t use English very often at work.
“I rarely use English at my workplace.”
“don’t use it often” または “to rarely use something” は「あまり使わない」という意味です。この場合は「職場で英語をあまり使わない」と伝えています。

例:
“I don’t use English very often at work.”(職場ではあまり英語を使いません)
“I rarely use English at my workplace.”(職場ではめったに英語を使いません)
Rachel Ly DMM英会話講師
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  • Hardly ever

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  • Almost never

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  • Once in a blue moon

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When asked "Do you use English at work?" you want to say that I almost never use English at work. In that case, you can try one of the above-suggested example sentences which may be appropriate for any given situation. There are always a variety of ways to respond to someone or make a comment - depending on the context and other factors such as nationality, appropriacy and body language.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I scarcely use English for work

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  • It's very rare for me to use English at work

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In our jobs, we may be required to speak a foreign language. Many Japanese people must use English for their job; more so if the company they work for is American. In some countries, the company pays more if you are able to speak English as a second language which is definitely an advantage.

These two sentences describe in any situation that you hardly ever use English for your work.

"Scarcely" means that is very rare for you to do something. You would almost never do it.
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • I usually do not use English at work.

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  • I do not use English at work.

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  • I barely use English at work.

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These are ways that you can say that you barely use English at work. Below are examples of ways that they can be used in a sentence.

English was not a requirement for my job, so I barely use English at work.

Since we work with a large amount of people that speak the same language, I usually do not speak English at work.

I do not use English at work, because most of my co-workers do not understand it.
Berta DMM英会話講師
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  • I rarely if ever need to use the English language at work.

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  • I hardly ever use english during my work hours/at work.

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If you would like to explain tot someone that you hardly ever speak English at work. you can say something like "I rarely if ever need to use the English language at work." or "I hardly ever use english during my work hours/at work.". This an easy way to say this to someone.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I almost never use English at work.

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  • I rarely use English at work.

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  • I seldom use English at work.

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All three of these sentences more or less have the same sentence structure and can be used interchangeably when describing how often you use English at work. The main difference between the three is the usage of frequency adverbs. "Almost never," "rarely," and, "seldom," all can be used to describe that you don't do something very often.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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