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金曜日でも土曜日でもいいって英語でなんて言うの?

アメリカ人の友達からメールで飲みに誘われて、 I'd love to!と返信したら、 その返事で「maybe friday?」と来ました。 こちらは金曜日でも土曜日でもいいんですが、 なんて返したらいいですか? どういうニュアンスなんでしょうか? 「たぶん金曜日になるかも」ってことですか? それとも「金曜日でもいい?」ってことですか? 教えてください。
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sunnyさん
2019/09/14 06:15
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  • I can do either

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  • I can do both

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  • I'm free both days

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If a friend invites you to go for drinks and gives a choice of either Friday or Saturday, you can simply reply with, 'I can do either, you choose.' It is also common to say, 'I can do both' or 'I'm free both days.' (In English) When speaking to friends, it is common to give short quick answers in response to questions about meeting up. It is therefore not necessary to repeat the words 'Friday' or 'Saturday' in your response to your friend.
Thalia T DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm open Friday and Saturday.

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  • I'm free both Friday and Saturday.

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「金曜日でも土曜日でもいいよ」と言う場合 1) I'm open Friday and Saturday. 「金曜日と土曜日(どちらも)空いているよ。」 2) I'm free both Friday and Saturday. 「金曜日も土曜日も両方暇だよ。」 Maybe Friday? というのは、これだけではお友達のニュアンスを確実に知ることはできませんが、 1)「金曜日は大丈夫?」のように、あなたの金曜の予定を確認しているニュアンス 2)「多分金曜日は大丈夫だと思う」のように、お友達自身もまだ金曜日の予定がはっきりわからないニュアンス どちらにも取れます。 ご参考になれば幸いです!
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  • Whatever's good for you. I can do both Friday and Saturday

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  • I'm free on either day, you choose.

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First example is a common response to friends and your showing that it's up to them and you want to fit in with them and what they can do. I'm free is probably the most common response and again you allow them to choose.
Beebe DMM英会話講師
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  • Either Friday or Saturday suits me fine.

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  • I'm available on Friday or Saturday.

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Either Friday or Saturday suits me fine. 'Either' means one or the other. 'Suits' me fine' means that you are flexible and will fall in with whichever day your friend decides to go with. 'Decides to go with' means chooses or picks. I'm available on Friday or Saturday. 'Available' means that you have the time to meet your friend as you have nothing else planned/nowhere else to go.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • Either is good for me, what's best for you?

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  • I'm free Friday and Saturday, which is best for you?

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  • Both are good.

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In this situation, I would simply reply with "Either is good for me, which is best for you?" This is a very simply an indirect way of replying to your friend. "Both are good" Is also a very natural expression, that native speakers commonly use.
Arran DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm free on both Friday and Saturday

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  • Either Friday or Saturday - I'm available

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Your friend invites you for a drink and you wish to say that you are free on both Friday and Saturday. In this situation any of the above suggested statements should be appropriate.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I am free on Friday or Saturday.

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  • I can do Friday or Saturday.

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  • Friday or Saturday are good.

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Go and have a drink with your friend when you are free, and that seems to be Friday or Saturday. Here are three sentences for you to try out, and to see which one works best for you. When did you go, Friday or Saturday? Hope you enjoyed it. I hope that helps. Have a great day. Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • I am free for a drink on either Friday or Saturday.

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  • I can go out on either Friday or Saturday during the evening.

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1)I am free for a drink on either Friday or Saturday. This is a very straight forward way of saying on what days you can go out. When using the word "free", you are just implying that any time during those days you can go out, as "free" in this sense means to be free of most responsibilities between those two days. 2)I can go out on either Friday or Saturday during the evening. You can use this one if you want to be more specific about the time. You can replace the evening" with "morning", or you can replace it with a certain time. If you replace it with a time, then the sentence can then change to "I can go out either Friday or Saturday at 6 pm."
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • I am free on Friday or Saturday. (Which works better for you?)

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  • I can do Friday or Saturday.

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To say that you are free on both days, you can describe yourself as being 'free' on both days/nights. You can also use the expression 'I can do _____', which means the same. I am free on Friday or Saturday. (Which works better for you?) I can do Friday or Saturday.
Quinn R DMM英会話講師
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  • A) I'm free the whole weekend !

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  • B) I am free on Friday and Saturday , let me know.

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  • C) I'm available on both days.

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A) I'm free the whole weekend ! A: Hey ! when can we meet up ? Friday or Saturday ? B:I'm free the whole weekend ! A: Cool! lets do Saturday B) I am free on Friday and Saturday , let me know. A: When would you like to grab a drink ? Friday or Saturday ? B: I am free on Friday and Saturday , let me know. C) I'm available on both days. A:Hey ! Lets grab a drink on Friday or Saturday , which day would suit you best ? B: I'm available on both days. I hope this helps :-)
Ilke DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm free on Friday and Saturday.

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When you use this response: I'm free on Friday and Saturday. It simply means that you are available during those two days to catch up and have a drink. Here is an example: Hey! Let's catch up for a drink this weekend if your free? Yeah that sounds good! I'm free on Friday and Saturday.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • I am available Friday or Saturday.

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  • I am free Friday or Saturday.

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  • I can do Friday or Saturday.

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Notice in the first two examples that we can interchangeably use the adjectives, "available," and, "free," and still keep the same meaning. In addition, we can also use the verbs, "can do," to talk about this availability.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • I'm free Friday or Saturday.

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  • I'm available either Friday or Saturday.

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You can use any of the above two sentences to tell someone that you are free to go out either Friday or Saturday. Examples; A; Hey would you like to go for a drink sometime this week? B; Yes sure, I'm available on Friday and Saturday.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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