近所の人って英語でなんて言うの?

新しい場所に引っ越してきました近所の人とうまくやっていけるか心配です。
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keitoさん
2019/08/08 10:05
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  • Neighbourhood

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  • Neighbour

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The people who live around where you live are called a neighbourhood.However, if you are referring to a person or persons who live nextdoor, they are your neighbours.One is your neighbour and more than one are your neighbours.The neighbourhood is the area that surrounds your home in general.It is an uncountable noun and you can't use it to refer to a single neighbour.If you are talking about a single person and his/her family living next to your home, he/she is your neighbour.'Neghbour' is a countable noun.
So, you may say:
My neighbour has a beautiful garden.
or
The neghbours complained about the noise from my party last night.
or
I live in a very peaceful neighbourhood.
近所に住む人たちのことは "neighbourhood" といいます。
"neighbour" は、近所に住む一人一人の人を指します。一人を指すなら "neighbour"、二人以上を指すなら "neighbours" となります。

"neighbourhood" は自宅周辺の地域を指します。これは数えられない名詞で、一人の隣人を指すことはできません。

一軒の隣家を指すときには、"neighbour" を使います。"neighbour" は数えられる名詞です。

次のように言えます。
My neighbour has a beautiful garden.(近所の家にとてもきれいな庭があります)

The neghbours complained about the noise from my party last night.(隣家から昨日の夜のパーティーの苦情を言われた)

I live in a very peaceful neighbourhood.(うちの近所はとても静かな所です)
Teddy Zee DMM英語講師
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  • Neighbor

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ご質問ありがとうございます!

「近所の人」は”Neighbor”と言います。

I’m worried if I can get along with my neighbors.
近所の人たちとうまくやっていけるかどうか心配だ
・get along…(人付き合いを)上手くやる
・Neighborはsをつけて複数形にします

ご参考になると幸いです!
Rui I DMM英会話講師
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  • These are my neighbors!

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  • They live on the same street that I live.

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  • She lives across the street from me.

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I would like to get to know my neighbors.
I hope to meet the family across the street from me.
I am new to the area and do not know my neighbors.
I hope the people next door to me are nice.
I would like to get to know my neighbors.(近所の人と知り合いになりたい)

I hope to meet the family across the street from me.(通りの反対に住んでいる家族とお会いしたい)

I am new to the area and do not know my neighbors.(まだ引っ越してきたばかりで近所の人には会っていない)

I hope the people next door to me are nice.(近所の人がいい方だといいけど)
Tiffany M DMM英会話講師
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  • Neighbours

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  • She lives down the road from me

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  • Neighbourhood

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In the close by area that you live in, we call this area a 'neighbourhood' and the people that live within this area are called your 'neighbours.'
You could say 'one of my neighbours has a dog'
You could also say 'I have a very friendly neighbourhood'
「近所」は英語で 'neighbourhood' といいます。
「近所に住んでいる人」は英語で 'neighbours' といいます。

例えば:
'one of my neighbours has a dog'(近所に犬を飼っている人がいる)
'I have a very friendly neighbourhood'(うちの近所は親切な人ばかり)
Lucy G DMM英会話講師
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  • Neighbor

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Someone who lives in the same area/street/apartment as you would be considered neighbors. A neighbor is someone who lives near or next to your house or apartment. We can even sometimes use this word regarding countries in a less literal sense.

Example sentence :
- I love all my neighbors, we have a BBQ together every month.
- Japan and China are neighboring countries.
同じ地域/通り/アパートに住む人は "neighbor" と言えます。
"neighbor" は、自分の家またはアパートの近くまたは隣に住む人を指します。

"neighbor" は、国について使われることもあります。

例文:
- I love all my neighbors, we have a BBQ together every month.(近所の人とはみんな仲がいいです。毎月一緒にバーベキューをしています)
- Japan and China are neighboring countries.(日本と中国は隣国です)
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • People in the neighbourhood

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  • My neighbours

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  • The locals

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You would like to know what you call people who are living around where you live.
You newly moved to the area. You worry about being able to get along with them. In that case, any of the above examples is great.
Eg."The locals here are really friendly."
「近所の人」を英語でどう言うか知りたいということですね。
新しく引っ越したばかりで近所の人とうまくやれるか心配、と。

上の例はどれもこの状況で使うことができます。

例:
"The locals here are really friendly."
(ここの人たちはとても優しい)
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • neighborhood

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  • community

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The area of houses around your house is referred to as a "neighborhood." Commonly, a possessive pronoun (my, you, his/her, their, our) is used when describing the place where one lives.

EX Sentence:
1) I love my neighborhood; it is close to the market and the park.
2) Their neighborhood is very noisy because it is close to the highway.
自宅周辺の町のことは "neighborhood" と言えます。これは、人の住んでいる場所について言う場合には、たいてい所有格代名詞(my, you, his/her, their, our)がつきます。

例文:
1) I love my neighborhood; it is close to the market and the park.(今住んでいる所は気に入っています。市場にも公園にも近いので)
2) Their neighborhood is very noisy because it is close to the highway.(彼らの住んでいる所はハイウェイに近いのでとても騒々しい)
Quinn R DMM英会話講師
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  • Neighbours

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  • Acquaintance

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Neighbour is the British spelling which is a person who lives very close to you. The person next door to you can be called your "Nextdoor neighbour". They can also be your friends, you may have lived beside this person all of your life.
Nieghbor is the American spelling of the same word

An Acquaintance can also be a neighbour which give the meaning that you are not very close friends but you at least know this person from seeing them around the neighbourhood. You may know a few things about this person
"Neighbour" は「近所に住む人」を指します。これはイギリスのスペリングです。「隣の家に住む人」は "Nextdoor neighbour" と言えます。この人はあるいはあなたの友達(friend)でもあるかもしれません、生まれてからずっと隣に住んでいるという場合もあるでしょう。アメリカのスペリングは "Neighbor" です。

"Acquaintance" は「隣人」を指す場合もあります。時々顔を合わせることはあるもののあまり親しくはない人です。ちょっと知っているくらいの人ですね。
Patrick I DMM英会話講師
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  • neighbours.

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Your neighbours are the people who live next to you or around your neighbourhood. You can use it in a sentence by saying something like "I have known my neighbours for years and they are very nice people.".
"neighbours" は隣近所に住む人を指します。
文の中では次のように使えます。

"I have known my neighbours for years and they are very nice people."(ここの近所の人はもう何年も前から知っていますが、とても親切な方たちです)
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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