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"Early Bird"

akihello 0 · June 1

Target Language - English

I've learned that the phrase "early bird" means not only to wake up early.


« early bird » (n.)

> "somebody who arrives early before others/competitors"

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It reminded me of some Pachinko scene, so I tried to make a sentence with them.

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You will see that people who wanted to be an early bird line in front of a Pachinko parlor before it open in Japan.

(日本では、オープン前のパチンコ店の前に、誰よりも早く入ろう、として、並んでいる人たちを見ることができるだろう。)


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steppingstone 0 June 1, 2021
I've learned that the phrase "early bird" means not only to wake up early.

I've learned that the phrase "early bird" means not only to wake up early.

  • Correction Type:
  • Usage
  • Stylistic
I've learned that the phrase "early bird" has a meaning other than waking up early.
It reminded me of some Pachinko scene, so I tried to make a sentence with them.

It reminded me of some Pachinko scene, so I tried to make a sentence with them.

  • Correction Type:
  • Grammar
The definition reminded me of a pachinko scene, so I tried to make a sentence with the term.
You will see that people who wanted to be an early bird line in front of a Pachinko parlor before it open in Japan.

You will see that people who wanted to be an early bird line in front of a Pachinko parlor before it open in Japan.

  • Correction Type:
  • Grammar
In Japan, you will see people who want to be early birds lineup in front of a pachinko parlour before it opens.