What's new

English to Japanese phrase, help!

Joined
Jul 22, 2014
Messages
3
Hi I'm new here! Was just wondering if someone would be able to help me translate this phrase to Japanese, please?

"I'm currently applying for English teaching jobs in Kyoto from November to February. So if all goes according to plan hopefully we can meet up during your holidays, maybe New Year's".

Thank you in advance!

Kind regards :)
 

Mike Cash

骨も命も皆此の土地に埋めよう
Joined
Mar 15, 2002
Messages
16,454
Ratings
1,568
Your post is a little ambiguous. Will you be job searching throughout that period? Or are you looking for a job that will only be for that period?

Is this intended for people who don't speak English?
 
Joined
Jul 22, 2014
Messages
3
Your post is a little ambiguous. Will you be job searching throughout that period? Or are you looking for a job that will only be for that period?

Is this intended for people who don't speak English?
Oh sorry. I sort of wrote it on the fly.

- I'm applying for English teaching positions in Kyoto, right now.
- I'm looking for a job that starts around November and goes through to at least February, if not longer.
- If all this works out then I will be able to meet up during your (my acquaintance's) holidays.
- Maybe we'll be able to meet up around New Year's?

It's for a Japanese ex-student of mine who has limited English and I can't quite communicate my plans correctly. He wants to meet up when I head over to Japan later this year.

Is that a bit clearer? Thanks :)
 

Toritoribe

松葉解禁
Staff member
Moderator
Joined
Feb 22, 2008
Messages
14,844
Ratings
2 1,541
my attempt

現在、11月から来年2月までの京都での英語の教職に応募しているところです。
万事計画通りに進めば多分年末年始の休暇中に会えるでしょう。
 
Joined
Jul 22, 2014
Messages
3
my attempt

現在、11月から来年2月までの京都での英語の教職に応募しているところです。
万事計画通りに進めば多分年末年始の休暇中に会えるでしょう。

Thank you so much! Greatly appreciated.
 
Top