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Q: Eddy:
Min, you look really bubbly today.
What's up?


Min:
I went to a tarot card reader yesterday.


Eddy:
What? Why?
What did they say?


Min:
He said my June will make me totally different.


• He also said a great energy will lead me back to the right direction.
• He also said a tremendous amount of energy will put me back on track.
• He also said a lot of energy will (push/draw/drive/throw) me back in the right direction.


Eddy:
Should I try (that/it), too?


この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Min, you look really bubbly today.
✓ You’re pretty chipper today.

× What?
✓ A what?

× Why?
✓ (Too many questions back to back without an answer)

× What did they say?

× He said my June will make me totally different.
✓ A tarot card reader. He told me to expect big changes in June, possibly even life changing!✔️

× • He also said a great energy will lead me back to the right direction.
✓ • He also said a powerful energy will lead me back in the right direction. ✔️

× • He also said a tremendous amount of energy will put me back on track.
✓ • He also said a tremendous amount of energy will put me back on track. ✔️

× • He also said a lot of energy will (push/draw/drive/throw) me back in the right direction.
✓ • He also said a lot of energy will draw/push me back in the right direction.✔️

× Should I try (that/it), too?
✓ Do you think I should go see him too?

All four are valid ways of saying the exact same thing. Do you have a question about what makes them different?
Q: Eddy: What's on your shopping list?

Min: Some fish, fruits, and vegetables.

• I invited some friends of mine over for dinner.
• I invited some friends to dinner.


Eddy:
• Are you going to cook? Not ordering in food?
• Are you going to cook? You don't order in?


Min:
• Don't you know me by now?
• You still don't know me?

• I get such joy from cooking for others.
• I love cooking for people.


Eddy: Would you like a sous-chef tonight?


この表現は自然ですか?
A: × • I invited some friends to dinner.
✓ • I invited some friends for dinner.

× Not ordering in food?
✓ Not order in?

× You don't order in?
✓ You won't order in?

These are great!! Just a few changes 😊

'I invited some friends TO dinner' - this sounds more like Min invited friends to a dinner that might be somewhere else other than Min's home. 'I invited some friends FOR dinner' is a bit more obvious that Min invited friends to their house for dinner.

'Not ordering in food?' - It is totally fine to say this, but since your previous sentence brings up the topic of food, you can just shorten this sentence to, 'not order in?' and it will make complete sense.

'You don't order in?' - In this context, 'don't/do not' does not make sense. You need to use the future tense 'will not/won't.' You could use 'You don't order in?' if the context was something like:

Eddy: So you always cook? You don't (ever) order in?

I hope the above is helpful! 😊
Q: He did? Eddy helped me "with" a lot of things, too.

(I cannot understand why this subtitles is written like that. Why "with" exists in there? I think it is more natural that "Eddy helped me a lot of thing, too.". What's the difference between that sentence is used with "with" or not?)
A: Yeah, I do think that's sound natural.
I think it's because in
"Eddy did help me a lot today"
"A lot" functions as an adverb to "help".
But it would also be natural to say:
"Eddy did help me with a lot today"
but here, "a lot" functions more as a noun as in "a lot (of things)".

So if you want to say you help someone... noun, you should use "with".
He helped me with a lot of problems.
Please help me with this puzzle...

However, you can drop the "with" if you help someone... action, like:
Come over here and help me "clean this up" (action).
My father helped me "open my first business" (action).

Q: Eddy, you're half a beat fast. -Oh? Uh...

(How about " ~ a half beat fast."? Is it the same meaning with above?)
A: Thank you for your fast answer!

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