しばらく仕事の都合で貴方のレッスンを受けれませんって英語でなんて言うの?

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kyouheiさん
2019/02/26 15:32
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  • Busy

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  • Occupied

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  • Wrapped up

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You can use all these words to describe your absence from lessons.

"Busy"
I am going to be very busy at work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!

"Occupied"
For the next two weeks, I will be occupied at work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!

"Wrapped up"
I will not be taking any lessons for a while because I will be wrapped up in work.

'Consumed"
I am consumed with work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!
これらの語句はどれも、レッスンを休むことを伝えるときに使うことができます。

"Busy"
I am going to be very busy at work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!
(仕事が忙しくなるので英語のレッスンはしばらくお休みします)

"Occupied"
For the next two weeks, I will be occupied at work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!
(これから二週間ほど仕事が忙しくなるのでレッスンを休みます)

"Wrapped up"
I will not be taking any lessons for a while because I will be wrapped up in work.
(しばらく仕事が忙しくなるのでレッスンを休みます)

'Consumed"
I am consumed with work, so, I will not be taking any English lessons!
(仕事が忙しいので、英語のレッスンはしばらくお休みします)
Ronel DMM英会話講師
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  • Work's got me busy lately, so I'll be taking a break from my English study.

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Got' is the past tense of 'get' and can be an extremely useful and versatile word. Consider what happened during my day: I got up. I got a shower. I got breakfast. I got in my car. I got angry on the freeway. I got to work. I got in an argument with my boss. I got the job done. I got lunch. I got a promotion. I got my daughter to daycare. I got home. I got dinner. I got to bed. All in a day's work for this versatile word 'got'. Use it freely and often and it will serve you well.
got' は 'get' の過去形で、非常に便利で万能な言葉です。
例えば、私には1日でこれだけのことがありました:
I got up.(起床した)
I got a shower.(シャワーを浴びた)
I got breakfast.(朝食を食べた)
I got in my car.(車に乗った)
I got angry on the freeway.(高速道路で腹を立てた)
I got to work.(職場に着いた)
I got in an argument with my boss.(上司と口論になった)
I got the job done.(仕事を終えた)
I got lunch.(昼食を食べた)
I got a promotion.(昇進した)
I got my daughter to daycare.(娘に保育園に連れて行った)
I got home.(家に着いた)
I got dinner.(夕食を食べた)
I got to bed.(床についた)

万能な 'got' にとってはこれらは当たり前のことです。自由にそしてたくさん使ってみてください。きっと役に立ちます。
Thomas C DMM英会話講師
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  • Unfortunately, I won't be able to take your lessons for a while due to my work schedule.

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You can express your disappointment by using the word 'unfortunately' and also by using 'for a while' it expresses that you will continue taking lessons when you are available again.

-Unfortunately, I won't be able to take your lessons for a while due to my work schedule.
unfortunately' で、残念な気持ちを表すことができます。
'for a while' は、仕事が一段落したら再びレッスンを再開することを表します。

-Unfortunately, I won't be able to take your lessons for a while due to my work schedule.
(残念ながら、仕事でしばらくレッスンが受けられません)
Lisa C DMM英会話講師
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  • My work will be keeping me busy, so I can't take your lessons for awhile.

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  • I am too busy at work, so I need to take a break from my English lessons.

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When you say "My work will be keeping me busy..." you are stating that your job has taken more of your time or extra time, so until you have some free time again you have to focus on your work and not on English lessons.

Saying "I am too busy at work...." also is similar to the above explanation, but just simply a different way to say you will be unable to take lessons for awhile.
"My work will be keeping me busy..."

は、「仕事が忙しくなるので、一段落するまでは(英語のレッスンでなく)仕事に集中しなければならない」と伝えています。


"I am too busy at work...."

は、上の例とよく似ています。「しばらくレッスンを受けることができない」の別の言い方です。
Lyndsey DMM英会話講師
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  • Due to my current work situation, for the time being, I won't be able to take your lessons.

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Due to my current work situation,( 今の私の仕事の状況のせいで) for the time being, (しばらく)I won't be able to take your lessons. (あなたのレッスンを受けられません)
Due toはのせいでの意味です
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  • I'm afraid you won't see me for some time as I have a lot of work commitments.

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  • I will be very busy at my job in the near future so I won't be able to take a lesson with you for a while.

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When someone says 'I'm afraid' it does not necessarily mean they are scared of something. In this context it is an apologetic way of raising a point with someone.
The phrase 'some time' can be any length of time from a week to months. This also applies to the phrase 'near future'.
I'm afraid' は必ずしも「~を恐れている」の意味ではありません。'I'm afraid' はここでは、残念なことを伝えるときの言い方です。

'some time' は一週間から数カ月までの期間を表します。これは 'near future' についても同じです。
Matt L DMM英会話講師
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  • I'll be absent for the foreseeable future

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This is a bit advanced, but you could say that you will be absent for the foreseeable future. We usually use the word absent in work and school situations. Foreseeable means the next few weeks or months, that you don't really have a definite idea of how long it will be.
これは少し上級向けですが、しばらくの間休むことを伝えることができます。

absentはたいてい、仕事や学校を休むという意味で使われます。 Foreseeableとは、どれくらいかはっきりしない場合の次の数週間、数カ月のことを意味します。
Andrew P DMM英会話講師
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  • I won't be able to take your lessons for a while as I'm going to be busy with work

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  • I'm going to be busy with work so will be unable to take your lessons for a while

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If you cannot do something then you can say 'I won't be able to' or 'will be unable to'
'going to be busy with work' explains why you cannot take the lessons
「私は~できない」は 'I won't be able to' または 'I will be unable to' で表すことができます。

'going to be busy with work'(仕事で忙しくなる)は、レッスンが受けられない理由です。
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • Sorry, I'm taking some time off lessons due to pressure of work

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  • I'm afraid I'm going to take some time out from lessons for a while as my workload has suddenly increased

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During an online English lesson with your teacher, you want to tell him/her that you won't be able to take his/her lessons for a while because you will be busy with work. Above are a couple of suggestions that you may find useful.
オンライン英会話で、先生に仕事で忙しいのでしばらく英会話のレッスンを受けられないことを伝えるにはこれらの例がぴったりです。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I will not be take lessons with you, I will be swamped with work.

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The word swamped shows that one is really busy with work.
swampedという言葉は、仕事でとても忙しいということを表します。
Kweena DMM英会話講師
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