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[ ]内の文章は私が作成したものなのですが文法やニュアンスなど大丈夫か心配です。添削またはアドバイスよろしくお願いいたします。 1. I got my friend [to make a dinner.] 2. Sometimes parents make their children [sleep early.] 3. When I was at a restaurant, I had the waiter [bring me some water.] 4. People take their cars to service stations to get the oil [changed.] 5. Teachers sometimes have their students [read more books.] 6. I'm more than willing to help you [clean up your room.] 7. Before I left on my trip, I had the travel agent [double check my flight ticket.] 8. My cousin's jokes always make me [laught.] 9. When I was a child, my parents won't let me [go haunted house.] 10. We finally got landlady [check in at a hotel.]


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私の取った意味と、書き直すならこの文、を示します。参考になることを願っています。 1、「私は友達に夕食を作らせた。」 2、「時々両親は自分たちの子供たちを早く眠らせる」  寝ない雰囲気にある子たちを力を使って、眠る方向に行かせるイメージ。   Parents sometimes make their children go to sleep early. 3、「私があるレストランにいたとき、私はそのウェイターに水をもってきてもらった。」 前文があるならthe waiterもわかるが無いならa waiterでもいいかも。 4、「人々はオイルを変えるために自分の車を修理屋さんに持っていく。」   have the oil replaced (そうしてもらうのが修理屋さんでは、当たり前のイメージ) 5、「先生たちは時々自分の生徒たちにもっと本を読ませる。(子供達も抵抗なく、言われれば、従う当然の行為のイメージ。)」   Teachers sometimes make their ~. ( 本を読む姿勢にない子たちを力をかけて別の方向へ導くイメージ) 6、「私はあなたが自分の部屋を掃除するのを喜んで手伝いますよ。」 7、「私が旅に出る前、私は旅行会社に搭乗券の再確認をしてもらった。」   (旅行会社が当然にするサービスについてなので、haveを選ぶ) 8、「私のいとこの冗談はいつも私を笑わせる。」 9、「私が子供だった時(過去)、私の両親は私をお化け屋敷にけしていかせない(現在であり、未来も)。」   ↑過去の設定文whenと後の文が時制で一致しない。  My parents wouldn't let me ~.  10、「私たちはついにおかみさんを捕まえた、ホテルでのチェックイン。」  (結構さがした後、やっとみつけて、頼み込んで、させたイメージにしたかったのかな?元の日本語文が見えてきません)この文は前後がつながっていない。   to check in at a hotel. 「ついにおかみさんを見つけて頼み込んでチェックインしたイメージ」



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