基本会話【It's too~ to do something】

 

 

Hello everyone!

 

Our conversation phrase for today is “It's too~ to do something.”

 

In this phrase, “too” indicates a greater degree of something and exceeds normal limits.

It is placed before an adjective to emphasize a negative meaning.

 

So you can say, “It's too hot/ cold/ hard/ expensive to (do something).

 

 

 

For example:

 

A: Can I try this sweater on?

 

B: Sure. The fitting room is on the right, across from the cashier.

 

A: (a few minutes later) Do you have a smaller size? It’s too big to wear.

 

B: I’m sorry that’s the only available size left.

 

 

 

 

【日本語訳】

 

A:このセーター試着しても良いですか?

 

B:はい、試着室は右手、レジの向かいにございます。

 

A:(少しして)小さめのサイズはありますか?着るには大きすぎます。

 

B:申し訳ありませんが、残りはこのサイズのみになります。