パパは土日は会社お休みだよって英語でなんて言うの?

子供に教えるときに使いたいなと思いました
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Himariさん
2019/03/14 03:20
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  • Daddy's off work in the weekend

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会社お休みは仕事休みで off work って表現を使えます。 土日は は週末のことを指すので in the weekend でも使えますが 子供に分かりやすいように 土曜日と日曜日は と言いたい場合は on Saturday and Sunday と言った方が良いでしょう。
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  • Your daddy doesn't have to go to work at the weekend.

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  • At the weekend, daddy won't be working.

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  • Daddy doesn't work weekends.

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If you would like to use British English then you would say 'at the weekend' and 'at weekends' If you would like to use American English then you would say 'on the weekend' and 'on weekends' -My sentences above are British English. Other vocabulary for 'daddy' includes, 'dad' - used by older children and 'father' which is more formal.
Li C DMM英会話講師
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  • Daddy has weekends off.

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  • Daddy doesn’t need to work weekends.

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  • On weekends, Daddy doesn’t have to go to work.

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Any of these phrases will let your child know that you do not have to work on weekends. You could also say something like ‘Daddy isn’t working (on) weekends’. If you used to work on weekends, you could add ‘anymore’: for example, ‘Daddy doesn’t work weekends anymore’.
Becky D DMM英会話講師
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  • Good news, your Daddy is free at the weekends, as he doesn't have to work them anymore.

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  • From now on, no weekend work for Daddy!

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  • Guess what, Daddy doesn't have to work at the weekend anymore!

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The first phrase has a slight air of celebration about it, by using the words "good news", as this is likely to make the listener happy. The second phrase confirms that, "from now on", which means all future weekends, , Daddy does not have to work and will be around. The third phrase is a direct statement, or exclamation, and uses a rhetorical question (Guess what) to start the sentence, and conveys that the person is glad they are not needed to work any further weekends.
Gozo P DMM英会話講師
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  • Dad isn't scheduled to work on weekends.

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The days per week and the hours per day that an employee is expected to be at their workplace is referred to as a work schedule. This especially true for workers who do shift work. Nonetheless, if your dad isn't expected to work on weekends, we can say he's not scheduled to work.
Faith DMM英会話講師
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  • Your dad does not need to work on the weekends.

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  • Daddy doe not need to work on Saturday and Sunday's.

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If you would like to tell your child that their father does not need to work on weekends, you can say something like "Your dad does not need to work on the weekends." or "Daddy doe not need to work on Saturday and Sunday's.". This is an easy way to say this to your child.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • Your dad doesn't have to go into work over weekends.

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  • Your dad only works from Monday to Friday.

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1. Your dad doesn't have to go into work over weekends. The weekend is comprised of both a Saturday and a Sunday and is usually your free time when you can enjoy personal activities with friends and family. Some people are in the unfortunate position that they have to work some weekends out of every month. The sentence: "Your dad doesn't have to go into work over weekends." means that he is not required to go into the workplace over weekends. However, if you say: "Your dad doesn't have to go in over THE weekend", it means that he often does work over weekends, but that he will not be doing so this forthcoming weekend. 2. Your dad only works from Monday to Friday. This is self-explanatory. The dad's job does not require him to put in any weekend work.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • Dad does not work on the weekend.

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  • Daddy doesn't have to work on the weekend.

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'Daddy does not have work on the weekend.' is what you can tell your son/daughter when trying to explain to them, and it simply means that dad does not have to go in to work on the weekend, the weekend is his off time and relaxation time.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • Daddy doesn't need to go to work on the weekends

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  • Daddy has the weekend free so he can be with us

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When you are a parent, you have two jobs. You have your regular job where you go every day except your days off, and then you have to be a parent which is another job in itself. It can be hard to balance the two as you may need to work longer hours and when you come home you may have no time to spend with your child. These two sentences explain clearly that the father doesn't have to work at the weekend. As the child gets older he or she becomes aware of how things work and will wonder where the father goes every day. Maybe she or he might become upset because the father isn't around. The mother can confirm to the child with these informal sentences.
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • Daddy doesn't work weekends

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  • Daddy is free on the weekends

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  • Daddy stays home on the weekends

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It is natural in modern-day English to omit "on the" and just write "weekends". This is a shortened grammatical form that you may hear often. If someone is "free", it means they have free time, which connotes not having any work to do! If the father has a job where he goes to an office, for example, you can say that he "stays home" to imply that he doesn't have work those days!
Amelia May DMM英会話講師
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  • Dad does not work on Saturday and Sunday.

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  • Monday through Friday are considered week days. And those are the only days Daddy works.

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  • Daddy is off on the weekends.

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Explaining the days of the week to the child is a great way to get them to understand the difference in the days. Also, telling them what days are weekend days can be helpful as well.
Tiffany M DMM英会話講師
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