明後日はどうですかって英語でなんて言うの?

「明日は空いてますか?」と聞かれたけど予定が入っていて、「明後日はどうですか」と聞きたいシチュエーションです。
hirokoさん
2019/09/05 01:11

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回答
  • What about the following day? What about the day after?

  • If you are not around tommorow, what about the day after?

Scheduling appointments is not always straight forward. People these day are very busy. Therefore we may have to juggle our days and dates to suit others.
We may find ourselves asking, "What about tomorrow or the day after?"
Scobie DMM英会話講師
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  • Would the day after tomorrow work for you?

  • Would the following day work for you?

  • Would the day after work for you?

「明後日」は"the day after tomorrow"と言います。

「明日は空いてますか?」と聞かれたけど予定が入っていて、「明後日(明日の次の日)はどうですか?」と聞きたい場合は、

"Would the following day work for you?" / "Would the day after work for you?"

さらにカジュアルに聞く場合は、

"The following day works for you?" / "The day after works for you?"


ご参考になれば幸いです。
回答
  • How about the day after tomorrow

明日の後の日と言った意味で the day after tomorrow です。
この場合 the を入れますが入れないまま使う人も多いので
the を特に含めなくても伝わります。

明日は予定が入ってると言う場合は I can't do tomorrow などの
表現を使えますが続けて明後日はと聞くなら how about the day after で
後の日はと聞く感じになるので tomorrow を抜いて言うのも可能です。

回答
  • Are you available the day after tomorrow?

  • Will you be free the day after tomorrow?

The first sentence is an example of a more formal way to ask someone about their plans for the day after tomorrow. The second sentence is a more casual way to ask someone what their plans are. But both could be used in a casual setting.
Dajsha DMM英会話講師
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  • "And the day after that?"

  • "What about the day after?"

"And the day after that?" This example can be used as an informal way to continue the conversation.

"What about the day after?" This example is similar to the above example however it is written in proper sentence structure.
Rada DMM英会話講師
回答
  • Are you free the day after tomorrow?

  • Are you busy the day after tomorrow?

  • Please can you let me know your availability for the day after tomorrow?

You can ask somebody if they are 'free' to meet up or if they are 'busy'? If your request is more formal, for example to a work colleague or client then the 3rd sentence is more suitable.
Li C DMM英会話講師
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  • Are you free the day after tomorrow?

  • How about the day after tomorrow?

  • What about the day after tomorrow?

Depending on your relationship and the level of formality required will determine the answer. If I am asking a friend if they are free to see me I would say "are you free the day after tomorrow". If I was speaking in a formal sense, in that it was a work colleague or in another professional setting I would stipulate the date. If today is Monday, and the colleague is not available on Tuesday I would use the expression "Are you free on Wednesday" or "Is Wednesday Convenient for you?".
Bronwyn D DMM英会話講師
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  • Can you make it the day after tomorrow?

  • Are you free the day after tomorrow?

You could also refer to the days of the week in this situation for example: "Are you free tomorrow?": (Wednesday). No, I'm busy tomorrow unfortunately! No problem, did you want to meet up on Thursday instead?
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • Are you free the day after tomorrow?

  • What about the day after tomorrow?

  • How about the day after tomorrow?

Are you free the day after tomorrow?
What about the day after tomorrow?
How about the day after tomorrow?

When you are asking someone if they are free the day after tomorrow, you can ask one of these three questions. Personally, I would ask the second one. But you find which one works best for you.

Pick one, try it out, see what happens, and then try another one.

I hope that helps
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
回答
  • What about the day after tomorrow?

  • Are you free on the day after that?

When you want to ask someone whether they would be free to do something the day after tomorrow; then you may ask in the following ways:
-What about the day after tomorrow?
-Are you free on the day after that?
-And the day after tomorrow?
Aiden J DMM英会話講師
回答
  • The following day

  • The next day

  • The day after

When asking about a day after the day that was asked, we can use words like, "following," or, "next," to refer to the days that come after.

Conversation :
Abby : Hey do you want to hangout tomorrow?
Sam : I really sorry, I can't I'm busy tomorrow.
Abby : No problem, what about the following day? Would you be free for lunch then?
Sam : I should be free the day after, that sounds great!
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
回答
  • Are you free the day after tomorrow?

  • What about the following day?

  • So your busy tomorrow, how about the day after that?

The following day means the day after the day your talking about. The three sentences above are different ways you could ask about if their free the day after tomorrow.

So your busy tomorrow, how about the day after that?
Lucy G DMM英会話講師
回答
  • Are you available to meet the day after that?

  • Are you free day after tomorrow?

  • How about overmorrow?

Use the sentences above to suggest meeting with a friend the day after tomorrow.
We use the words 'day after tomorrow' to explain that we would like to meet a day later.
We can also use the term 'overmorrow' which means the day after tomorrow.

"Are you free the day after tomorrow?"
"Will you be available day after tomorrow?"
"You said you are not free tomorrow, how about overmorrow? Can we meet then?"
"Are you free to meet overmorrow?"
"Let's do something overmorrow since you are not free tomorrow?"

"She said she is not free to meet tomorrow so we should rather meet overmorrow."
"Let's do movies overmorrow? Are you free then?"
Tiyani DMM英会話講師
回答
  • How about the day thereafter?

  • What about the next day?

1. How about the day thereafter?
If you use the word "thereafter", then the person will
know immediately that you are referring to the day after the
day that you had been discussing, e.g. You are not free on Friday,
so how about the day thereafter?
This means that you are referring to Saturday which is the day
thereafter.

2. What about the next day?
In the same way, "the next day" also refers to the day which
follows the one you were referring to, e.g.
You are not free on Saturday, so how about the next day?
The next day in this instance refers to Sunday.
Shams DMM英会話講師
回答
  • Are you free the next day?

  • Since you aren't free on (Weekday), would you be available on (weekday)?

You don't always have to say the day after tomorrow. Since you already suggested a day you could say "Are you available the next day?" or you could say " Since you aren't free on Wednesday, would you be available on Thursday?" You could always refer to the actual next day.
Madison T DMM英会話講師
回答
  • Ok what about the following day, are you free then?

  • Are you free the day after tomorrow by any chance?

If you want to ask someone if they are free he day following tomorrow, you can ask any of the following questions:-

1. Ok what about the following day, are you free then?
Example sentence:-
John: "Are you free tomorow?, I would like us to visit the zoo"
Sue: "Unfortunately, I have to work tomorrow."
John "Ok what about the following day, are you free then?"


2. Are you free the day after tomorrow by any chance?
Jerryann DMM英会話講師

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