クルーズ船ではどんな仕事をされてましたかって英語でなんて言うの?

クルーズ船で働いていいた方に、何の仕事で乗船されていたのかお聞きしたいです。
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Tedさん
2019/10/06 19:45
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  • What was your job on the cruise ship?

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  • What job did you do on the cruise ship?

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  • What kind of work did you do on the cruise ship?

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質問ありがとうございます。

こう言えますよ、
❶What was your job on the cruise ship?
(クルーズ船での仕事は何でしたか?)

❷What job did you do on the cruise ship?
(クルーズ船ではどんな仕事されたんですか?)

❸ What kind of work did you do on the cruise ship?
(クルーズ船ではどんなことをされたんですか?) と聞けますよ。

好きな言い方を選んで使ってください!

参考になれば嬉しいです!
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  • What did your role involve on board the ship?

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  • What type of duties did you undertake on the cruise ship?

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  • What was you line of work on board the ship?

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The first phrase uses the word "role" instead of the word job. Using the word "involve" also encourages the person to explain about what they did, rather than just offer the job title.
The second phrase again asks for specific details about what the job involved by using the phrase "what type of duties"
The third phrase is more likely to result in the person just giving a job title, such as "waiter" or "barman", rather than go into specific details.
Gozo P DMM英会話講師
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  • What was your job on the cruise ship?

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  • What things did you do during your time working on the ship?

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The first answer asks what the perons job was on the ship. The second answer asks what type of things they did during their time on the ship. The second question is more detailed and asks for a more detailed answer as it asks what sorts of things did they do while working on the ship.
Melissa Jayne DMM英会話講師
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  • What was your job on the cruise ship?

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  • What kind of work did you do on the cruise ship?

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- What was your job on the cruise ship?

This is a simple way to ask exactly what their job was. It might be a good idea to use the "cruise ship" to make it clear what you are asking about.

- What kind of work did you do on the cruise ship?

You can ask this to find out what their tasks were.

Other questions you could ask might include:
- What was your routine like on the cruise ship?
- What places did the cruise ship stop at?
- Did you get a chance to sightsee?
Karly DMM英会話講師
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  • What did you do on the ship?

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  • What was your on board occupation?

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  • How did you spend your life on board ship?

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To someone who worked on a cruise ship, you would like to ask them what kind of work they did on board the ship. In this scenario, one of the above suggested statements may be appropriate.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • What kind of work did you do on the cruise ship?

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  • How was the work on the ship?

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  • What sort of stuff did you do?

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Ask one of these three questions to find out how a job was from someone. You can of course change some of the words, like ship, for example, and then you can ask anyone and everyone about their past jobs.

Are you thinking about working on a cruise ship?

Try one out, and see how you get on.

I hope this helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • What sort of work did you do on the cruise ship?

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When you ask this question: what sort of work did you do on the cruise ship? You are wanting to find out what job/duties that person had while they were employed by the company who ran the cruise ship.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • What was your job on the cruise ship?

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  • In what line of work were you in on the cruise ship?

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1) What was your job on the cruise ship?
Although both of the sentence are correct, this one is more of an informal/casual way of asking the question. The word "job is what makes it suitable for casual situations. This is the wording that you would use when you want to ask your friend about his/her cruise ship experience or when you are having a casual conversation with a stranger/ acquaintance.

2) In what line of work were you in on the cruise ship?
This is the one you would use when you are at a job interview or any kind of interview/questioning. You would ask this in formal situations overall. The phrase "line of work" makes it a more formal statement.
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • What kind of work did you do on the ship?

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  • What type of work did you do on the ship?

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  • What job did you do on the ship?

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The first thing to notice is that we can use the words, "kind," and, "type," interchangeably along with, "work," and still retain the same meaning. In addition, we can also switch out the word, "work," with the word, "job."
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • What sort of work did you do on the ship?

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  • What kind of work did you do on the ship?

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You can use any of the above two questions when wanting to know what work the employee did on the ship.

Example;

A; I have a lot of work experience, I've even worked on a cruise ship before.
B; Wow, what kind of work did you do on the ship?
A; I worked as a beauty therapist.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • So what kind of work do you do on the cruise ship?

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  • What position did you work on the cruise ship?

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If you would like to ask someone what their position was on a cruise ship, you can say something like "So what kind of work do you do on the ship?" or "What position did you work on the cruise ship?". These are some polite ways to ask someone what their job is on the cruise ship.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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