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誰と来てるの?って英語でなんて言うの?

ショッピングモールで娘の友達と会いました(8歳) 一人で歩いていたので、 「あれ?1人?お父さんとお母さんは~?誰と来たの~?」 この場合で過去形だと変ですか?
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2019/09/16 14:35
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  • Who are you here with?

  • Who did you come with?

こんにちは。 「誰と来てるの?」は英語で下記のように表現することができます。 ・Who are you here with?(誰と来ているの?) ・Who did you come with?(誰と来たの?) 【例】 Are you alone? Where are your parents? Who did you come with? 「一人?ご両親は?誰と来たの?」 ぜひ参考にしてください。
Erik 日英翻訳者
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  • Hello, are you with your parents?

  • Hey, are you okay? Where are you parents?

When a child of this age is alone at a shopping mall it is concerning because they are alone, generally at this age they are accompanied by a caregiver or their parents. In this situation the child may be lost because they don't know their way around the shopping mall.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • Did you come here with your parents?

  • Did you come here on your own?

In these two questions, the phrase, "did you come" contains two verbs. These verbs are "do" and "come." Since the first verb, do, is expressed in the past tense, did, the second verb would not need to have a tense and would remain in its infinitive or basic form. That is why the proper form of the question is: Did you come here on your own? Not: Did you came here on your own?
Laurel DMM英会話講師
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  • How did you get here?

  • Are you alright? Did you come with anyone?

  • Oh! Are you by yourself? Where are your parents?

How did you get here? - Would show that your asking her whether her parents are aware of her being here and that your confused as to why she is alone. 3rd example, shows a bit of surprise by saying, "Oh!," and concern but if you didn't want to seem panicky I would choose the first 2 options.
Beebe DMM英会話講師
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  • Who did you come to the Mall with?

  • Did you come to the mall alone, or with someone?

  • Also, where are your parents?

The first question is more direct and is asking who came to the mall with you. The second question asks firstly if she went to the mall alone. Or if she went with somebody else. You can also add at the end of each question, where are your parents? to get more information.
Melissa Jayne DMM英会話講師
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  • Is there anyone here with you ?

  • Are you here alone?

  • Do you have anyone accompanying you?

If you saw your friend's daughter at the mall and you want to ask her if there is anyone with her, you can ask anyof the follwoing questions:- # 1. Is there anyone with you? 2. Are you here alone? 3. Do you have anyone accompanying you? 4. Where is your Mom or Dad? Here are some example sentences:- 1. "Hi Sharelen, it's great to see you here, is there anyone with you?" 2. "What a surprise, Suzy, you look great!are you here alone?" 3. "Lisa, where is your mom or dad? Do they know you are here alone?"
Jerryann DMM英会話講師
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  • Hey there, who did you come here with?

  • Where are your parents?

  • Is everything okay?

- Hey there, who did you come here with? This question clearly asks for the most important information needed: the person(s) who accompanied the child that is alone. It would be nice to start off the conversation with a friendly greeting such as, "Hey there". - Where are your parents? Asking the child this question would show that you are concerned about where her parents are. This would also help you to potentially find her parents, or contact them if needed. - Is everything okay? This question helps you to make sure the child is not only safe but also feeling okay and not in a bad situation. Just in case the child was upset and ran off from the parents, or a similar situation.
Karly DMM英会話講師
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  • Who are you here with?

  • Are you with your parents?

  • Are you here alone?

It is a good job you bumped into her to find out, but now, if this happens again, you can use one of these three questions and make sure that everything is good and proper...and safe of course. Try one out, see how it goes, and find the one that fits you. I hope that helps. Have a great day. Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • Who are you here with?

  • Are you alone?

  • Did you come here alone?

One thing to make notice in the second and third example is that they are almost the same question with the only difference being between the verbs, "to be," and, "to come." If we choose to use the verb, "to come," we must include the modal verb, "do/did."
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Hello! Who has brought you here?

  • Hello! Are your parents with you?

The language you would use would largely depend on the child's demeanor. Greeting her with a friendly 'hello' or 'hi there....followed by her name' would be suitable. Asking open ended questions may be useful here, as in the first sentence. An open ended question ensures that the answer cannot be yes or no and prompts more detail.
Li C DMM英会話講師
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  • Who are you here with?

  • Did you come with your parents?

You can use any of the above two questions to ask a child who she is here with. Example; - Who are you here with? - Are you here with your parents? - Do your parents know that you are here? - Are you here by yourself?
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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