春にたくさん写真を撮ったって英語でなんて言うの?

春に → on spring で合っていますか?
また、過去形での文を教えてください。
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2019/05/06 22:04
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  • I took lots of pictures this spring.

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  • I snapped lots of photos last spring.

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1) I took lots of pictures this spring.
「この春にたくさんの写真を撮った。」

2) I snapped lots of photos last spring.
「昨年の春にたくさんの写真を撮った。」

「写真を撮る」は take lots of pictures や snap lots of photos と言えます。
過去形にすると took lots of picture, snapped lots of photos になります。

「春に」は on spring とは言わないです。
この春のことをいうなら this spring
去年の春のことをいうなら last spring
のように言います。

ご参考になれば幸いです!
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  • I took many pictures in spring.

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「春に」はin springです。during (the) spring でもいいです。duringは「~の間」という意味です。during を使うときはtheを入れても入れなくてもいいです。
春以外の季節も同じです。during summer, in fall, during the winterなど。

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  • I took a lot of photos in the spring.

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  • Their were many photos I took in the spring.

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  • In the spring, I took many photos.

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These are ways you can state that you took many photos in the spring. Below are ways that they can be used in a sentence.

I love taking pictures, this Spring I took many photos.

I took a lot of photos in the Spring, because there was always perfect weather.

My mom looked at all the pictures I took, their were many photos that I took in the Spring.
Berta DMM英会話講師
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  • I took tons of photos this spring!

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  • This spring I took a lot of pictures.

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If you would like to explain to someone that you took a lot of pictures during the spring, you can say something like "I took tons of photos this spring!" or "This spring I took a lot of pictures.". This is an easy and light way to explain this to someone.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I took a lot of photo's in the past spring

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  • Last Spring, I enjoyed myself by taking many pretty pictures

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We love taking photos. Nowadays, we don't need to buy a camera because we already have a camera built into our smartphones. Although some people still prefer to buy high-quality cameras if they must take photos for professional purposes.

These two sentences explain that you took many pictures during the Spring season. It may be the best time to take photos. Especially if you like to take photos of nature. The leaves growing on the trees and the flowerings blooming in the grass make great pictures.
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • I took a lot of pictures during the Spring.

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  • I took many pictures in the Spring season.

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  • I took so many pictures in Spring.

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"During:" is an effective way of stating that something took place within a period of time. For example, "during lunch time" or "during the movie." When something is numerous, we can say "a lot" or "so many." For example, "There are a lot of people in the park." Or another example is "I have so many things to do this week." There are various ways to express that something happened in Spring. It can be simply stated, "in Spring," "in the Spring Season," or "during the Spring." Hope that helps!
Justin H DMM英会話講師
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  • Last spring, I took a look of pictures.

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  • This past spring, I took a lot of pictures.

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  • I took a lot of pictures in the spring.

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Last spring, I took a lot of pictures: This indicates that the previous spring season you took many pictures.
This past spring is an alternative way of saying last spring or the previous spring season.
By saying I "took" a lot of pictures it shows that the spring you are referring to was in the past.
Jae C DMM英会話講師
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  • How to say: I took a lot of photos during the spring.

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Examples:

(Past tense)

During Spring I took so many photos, the newly blossomed flowers were really beautiful!
This past Spring, I took so many pictures, we had really good weather!
This Spring I took a lot of photos, because the weather was great.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • I took a lot of photos last spring.

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  • I took a lot of photos that spring.

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  • I took a lot of photos in spring.

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I took a lot of photos last spring - you can use this phrase if it was the previous year that you took the photos.

I took a lot of photos that spring - you can use this phrase if you have already mentioned which year you are talking about.

I took a lot of photos in spring - you can use this phrase to talk about the most recent spring.

All of these phrases may be inverted:
Last spring, I took a lot of photos.
That spring, I took a lot of photos.
In spring, I took a lot of photos.
Becky D DMM英会話講師
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  • I took many photos in the spring.

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  • I took a lot of pictures during spring.

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You can use either of the above two statements to state that you took many photos during the springtime.

Examples;
- The weather in spring is always lovely, I took many photos.
- I took a lot of pictures in the spring as this is the time when flowers are in bloom.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • I took a lot of photos last spring

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  • Last spring, I took many photos.

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These two phrases can be used interchangeably to have the same meaning. Notice that the phrase, "last spring," can be moved around the sentence to be inserted either at the beginning or the end. In addition, we have the opportunity to use two different quantifiers, "a lot of," and, "many." "Much" is used for uncountable nouns, "Many" is used for countable nouns, whereas "a lot of" and "lots of" are used in both cases.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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