Restaurantsの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

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Q: Restaurants started operating in regular hours. They are on the right track. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Restaurants started operating in regular hours.
Restaurants started operating regular hours.

Q: Restaurants in Tokyo face a formidable problem because Japanese organization decided to prohibit to serve alcohol in any restaurants there until August 22nd. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Restaurants in Tokyo face a formidable problem because Japanese organization decided to prohibit to serve alcohol in any restaurants there until August 22nd.
Restaurants in Tokyo face a formidable problem because the Japanese government (? if you don’t mean “government”, I’m not entirely sure what organisation you’re trying to mention. Please specify!) decided to prohibit the serving of alcohol in any restaurants until August 22nd.

Q: Restaurants became to be able to open only until 8 pm again because of the COVID-19. I saw my younger coworker for the first time in a while and had a drink. Of course, we finished drinking at 8 pm. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Restaurants became to be able to open only until 8 pm again because of the COVID-19.
Restaurants are allowed to open only until 8 pm again because of COVID-19.

× I saw my younger coworker for the first time in a while and had a drink.
✓ I saw my younger coworker for the first time in a while and we had a drink.

I think this is more natural
Q: Restaurants are cheap in Japan. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I would say that “Eating in restaurants is cheap in Japan.” This makes it clear that it’s the dining experience that is cheap, not the restaurant itself. But I think that most native English speakers would know what you meant by either “cheap restaurants”or “restaurants are cheap in Japan” in casual speech.
Q: Restaurants are always noisy and priced. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Restaurants are alwyas noisy and PRICEY. :)

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