Sep 09

Doctor: “What seems to be the problem?”
Patient: “I’ve just been so tired lately.”

“Lately” is an adverb that means “in recent times”, similar to “recently”. If you meet a friend you haven’t seen in a while, you can ask, “How have you been lately?” If you have been feeling tired, you can complain, “I just don’t have any energy lately.”

医者:どうしました?
患者:最近なんだか疲れています。

「Lately」は「最近」という意味の副詞で「recently」に似ています。しばらく会っていない友達を見たら、「最近元気にしてた?」と聞きます。最近疲れているなら「このところ元気が出ないよ」などと言います。

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