どんどん値上がりしているって英語でなんて言うの?

タバコや携帯端末代など、年々値上がりしてきているということを言いたいです。よろしくお願いします
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Tomさん
2018/09/27 20:19
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  • The prices are rising higher and higher

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  • The prices are going further up

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「タバコや携帯端末代など、年々値上がりしてきている」
"The prices of cigarettes and mobile devices are going further up year by year" など
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  • Prices go up annually.

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  • Ever year this gets more expensive.

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  • These extortionate prices get worse every year.

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When something happens 'annually' it is a yearly occurrence. For example "Christmas is a religious event that happens annually."
The word 'extortionate' means that something is very expensive compared to it's overall value, and if these extortionate prices are getting worse, it means that they are going up, or getting more expensive.
annually'とは、毎年起こることを表します。例えば:
"Christmas is a religious event that happens annually."
(クリスマスは年に一回の宗教的な行事です。)

'extortionate'とは、値段が法外に高いことを表します。
例えば:
"These extortionate prices get worse every year."
(物の値段は毎年上がっている)
Matt L DMM英会話講師
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  • The prices are increasing every year.

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  • The prices are going up every year.

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The two sentences you see above are terrific ways to express to your listener that the price of something is rising every year. In the first sentence you will see the word increase and in the second sentence you will see the term go up. Although both the word increase the the term go up have different meanings, in these two sentence they both mean to rise in price.
これら2つの例は、何かの値段が毎年上がっていることを説明するのにぴったりです。

はじめの文ではincrease、2つ目の文ではgo upが使われています。この二つはいろいろな意味で使われますが、この場合はどちらも「価格が上がる」という意味です。
Jessica Lynn DMM英会話講師
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  • The prices are rising every year

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  • The prices are increasing every year

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  • Prices go up annually

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If something happens every year it is said to happen 'annually' if something goes up then you can also use the terms 'rising' or 'increasing' by saying 'prices' you are explaining thats going up
何かが毎年起こるなら、それは 'annually'(毎年)で表せます。

何かが上昇することは 'going up' や 'rising' 'increasing' で表せます。

'prices' を加えて、何が上昇するのかを説明しています。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • The cost of (something) is constantly increasing.

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  • The prices are gradually rising.

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>The cost of (something) is constantly increasing.
The word ''constantly'' suggests that these prices are always going up (rising all the time).

>The prices are gradually rising.
When the prices are going up slowly but surely, you can use the word ''gradually''.
>The cost of (something) is constantly increasing.
~の値段がどんどん上がっている。

''constantly''は、常に、絶えず値段が上がっていることを表しています。


>The prices are gradually rising.
値段が徐々に上がっている。

値段がゆっくりではあるが確実に上がっているのなら、''gradually''(徐々に)を使うことができます。
Jemy K DMM英会話講師
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  • Every year the prices go up!

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  • As every year passes, things cost more and more!

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  • The cost of everyday things rises every year

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Nobody likes to pay more for items that they already pay enough for. Unfortunately this is part of life. The government increases the price of items like cigarettes, alcohol and food every year. Some of us can remember when it cost so little for a bag of crisps (or chips) for example and now the price has tripled.

Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • The prices are increasing every year.

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  • The cost of ___ is going up every year.

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  • The price increases annually.

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The price of _____ is increasing every year.

The price of _____ is going up every year.

The price increases annually.
The price of _____ is increasing every year.(_____の価格は毎年上昇しています)

The price of _____ is going up every year.(_____の価格は毎年上昇しています)

The price increases annually.(価格は毎年上昇します)
Niabh DMM英語講師
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  • Prices are continually rising

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  • The cost of everything increases year on year

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When speaking about an ongoing increase in prices from year to year, it may be stating the obvious, but the above two examples accurately reflect your opinion about this situation.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Year after year we are faced with an increase in the price of cigarettes/smartphones.

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  • The prices of cigarettes/smartphones escalate every year.

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1. Year after year we are faced with an increase in the price of
cigarettes/smartphones.
"Year after year" means every year. To be "'faced with something"
means having to endure/accept or put up with something.
An "increase in the price of "means that the price of the article goes up
or escalates.
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2. The prices of cigarettes/smartphones escalate every year.
If something escalates then it means that it goes up or increases.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • The price of _____ is slowly increasing every year

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  • There is an increase in _____ as each year goes by

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  • Annually the price of ____ increases

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"The price of _____ is slowly increasing every year" common and easy way to describe the inflation of such items
"Annually the price of ____ increases" using the term 'Annually' is used when describing something as every year.
increases is more pf a formal term used when describing something getting bigger or larger.
"The price of _____ is slowly increasing every year"(_____の値段は毎年少しずつ上昇している)
= ある商品の値段が上がっていることを表す一般的でシンプルな言い方です。

"Annually the price of ____ increases"(_____の値段は毎年上がる)
= 'Annually' は「毎年」という意味です。

'Increases' は、何かが増加していることを表すフォーマルな言葉です。
Jack F DMM英会話講師
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  • Cigarettes and cell phones are getting more expensive every year.

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  • Every year, cell phone contracts and cigarettes get pricier.

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  • The cost of cell phone contracts and cigarettes keeps going up.

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Rather than using "of" so often, many English speakers prefer to refer directly to the subject by placing it first, like "cigarettes are getting more expensive." Also, if we are referring to the cost of the phone, we can say "cell phones," but if it is the cost of usage, we may say, "contracts." Rising prices can be expressed by saying, "more expensive," "pricier," or explaining that costs keep going up. While not mentioned in the sentences, the word, "inflation" can also be used.
Amy H English teacher
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  • The prices are going up and up every year.

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  • Every year they are more expensive.

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Guess how much these cost me?
How much?
Too much, that's how much. Every year they are more expensive.
The prices are going up and up every year.

I hope this helps.
Have a good day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • The prices keep on going up every year.

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  • The prices keep rising annually.

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Here are some examples of these sentences being used in context: The prices of cigarettes keep on going up every year, the government is putting a lot of tax on cigarettes in an effort to get people to stop smoking. The prices of phones keep rising annually, this trend has been going on for the last few years.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • the prices are rising every year.

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  • the prices keep going up every year.

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  • The prices go up annually.

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First, we can use these three different verbs, "to rise," "to keep going up," or, "go up," interchangeably when talking about an increase in price. In addition, we can either use the time adverb, "every year," or, "annually," as they have the same meaning.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Inflation

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  • Increase

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  • Rising

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You could use any of the above three words to describe prices that are rising. All of these words mean to get more expensive.

Examples;
- Next month, goods in stores will be affected by inflation.
- The price of petrol is said to increase.
- Prices of groceries will be rising.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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