(週末に)どこか行きましたか?って英語でなんて言うの?

Did you go to somoewhere?
Did you go to anywhere?
どちらがただしいでしょうか?
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LioKenさん
2018/05/03 20:07
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  • Where did you go to this weekend?

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  • What did you get up to this weekend?

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  • Did you go anywhere this past weekend?

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"Where did you go to this weekend?" can ask a person if they had gone somewhere on the weekend.
Where did you go to this weekend?は、週末にどこかに行ったかを尋ねる質問です。
Jason T DMM英会話講師
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  • How was your weekend?

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意訳になりますが、、、


【英訳】

How was your weekend?
→週末はどうでしたか。


月曜日にする質問ですね。週末の出来事を尋ねます。
「weekend」で「週末」です。

回答は一例です、参考にしてください。
ありがとうございました
Takaya Suzuki ほんやく検定1級翻訳士
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  • Did you go anywhere at the weekend?

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  • What did you do at the weekend?

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You can ask a closed question as in the first example sentence - or a more expansive question that requires some detail as in the second.
一つ目の例文は、はい・いいえ、で答えられる単刀直入な表現です。

二つ目の例文は、相手に何をしたのかを聞いているので、聞かれた相手は、少し説明する必要があります。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Did you go somewhere over the weekend?

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  • Did you go anywhere during the weekend?

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(1) Did you go somewhere over the weekend?
'did you go ~' = 「〜に行った?」「〜へ行きましたか?」
'somewhere' = 「どこか」
'over the weekend' =「週末」
「週末、どこかに行きましたか?」

(2) Did you go anywhere during the weekend?
'anywhere' = 「どこか」
'during the weekend' =「週末」
「週末、どこかへ行きましたか?」
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  • Did you go away this weekend?

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The phrase 'to go away' literately means to go away from your home to somewhere else.
Example - "Did you go away to Osaka this weekend?"
「to go away」は文字通り家やどこかから離れると言うことです。

例)Did you go away to Osaka this weekend?
(今週末、大阪に行きましたか?)
Matt L DMM英会話講師
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  • Did you go out during the weekend?

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  • Did you go out on an adventure during the weekend?

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  • Did you venture out at all during the weekend?

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The three sentences you see above are great ways to ask someone if they went anywhere during the weekend. In the third sentence you will see the term venture out. This term means to do something that you would not normally do. This is a term we use a lot in our everyday conversation and would make a great addition to your vocabulary.
三例とも、週末にどこかに行ったかを尋ねる文です。

三つ目の例文には「venture out」が使われています。これは「普段しないようなことをする」という意味です。この表現は日常会話でよく使われます。是非覚えてください。
Jessica Lynn DMM英会話講師
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  • Did you go somewhere on the weekend?

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  • How was your weekend? Did you go anywhere?

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1)toはいりません。go somewhere/anywhereで「どこかに行く」の意味があります。どちらも使われています。

2)よく週明けにかわされる日常会話で、
「週末どうだった?どこかいったの?」的意味で訳すと、
「あなたの週末はどうだった?」「どこか行ったの?」

私の経験的では、somewhereで聞くと「どっか行くのが普通だよね~」
anywhereで聞くと「行かなかったかもしれないけど、もしかしてどこか行ったの?」
というニュアンスを感じます。
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  • Did you go anywhere over weekend

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  • Did you do much over the weekend

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  • What did you get upto at the weekend

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All these would be good to ask ..... if you ask if they done much it means did they do alot...
To get upto means what did they do.......
you could also ask if they went away at the weekend meaning to leave home to go somewhere different
これら全てが、彼らが多くのことをしたかどうか尋ねるのにいい表現です。

「To get upto」は彼らがすることを意味しています。
「went away at the weekend」について尋ねることもできます。家を離れてどこか別の場所に行くことを意味します。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • Were you out this weekend?

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  • Did go anywhere this weekend?

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To ask some one if he or she was out this weekend, you may say: Were you out this weekend? or Where were you this week end? While if you are going to ask someone if he or she is going out by the weekend, 'you may say, "What are you up to this weekend? which means what are your plans for the weekend?" I'm going to my grandparents house this weekend to spend time with them.or Do you have plans this weekend?
「週末どこかに行きましたか」は "Were you out this weekend?" と言えます。

「週末どこかに行きますか」は "What are you up to this weekend?" と言えます。これは週末の予定を尋ねます。

"I'm going to my grandparents house this weekend to spend time with them."(週末は祖父母の家で過ごします)

"Do you have plans this weekend?"(週末に何か予定はありますか)
Willet DMM英会話講師
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  • Did you go anywhere at the weekend?

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  • How was your weekend?

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  • Where did you go this weekend?

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These three sentences are the most typical way of asking this question. There are no differences in terms of meaning, only the way of asking. For example - How was your weekend? Oh, thank you, it was good!
三つとも一般的な言い方です。意味に違いはありません、聞き方が違うというだけです。
例:
How was your weekend? Oh, thank you, it was good!
「週末はどうでしたか」「おかげさまで、とても楽しかったです」
Sarah Elizabeth DMM英会話講師
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