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  • Hi, I'm Ashley Weston.

    こんにちは。私はアシュリー・ウェストン

  • I'm a celebrity mentor stylist.

    セレブのスタイリスト指導者です。

  • So today, I am joined by my fiance, Dorian.

    今日は、婚約者のドリアンも参加します。

  • - Hello.

    ーこんにちは。

  • - The reason why I wanted Dorian, actually,

  • to be in today's video

  • is because he's probably one of the best conversationalists

  • that I know.

  • So, that's why I wanted him

  • to just come on the channel

  • and really help us all out with today's topic.

    今回のトピックで助けてほしかったの。

  • - Thank you, very high praise, I'll take it.

    ーありがとう。高い称賛だね。受け取るよ。

  • (laughing)

    (笑)

  • I have definitely struggled with being able to get into conversations with people.

    私は人との会話を始めるのにとても苦労します。

  • I can always maintain them,

  • but I've always had trouble just,

  • and I think it's because I'm shy,

  • but I've always had difficulty

  • getting into a conversation with someone--

  • - And getting out of them.

  • Let's be honest. - Yes, and getting outta them.

    正直に言おう。 -そうね。終わらせるのも。

  • - But Dorian has been really helpful

  • with getting me better

  • at being a better conversationalist.

  • So, let's get into the best conversation starters.

    さぁ、最高の会話の始め方を見てみましょう。

  • Number seven is,

    7番目は、

  • do you know where the restroom, bar, food area is?

    トイレ、バー、食べ物エリアはどこか知っていますか?

  • - The hardest thing in a conversation is to start it.

    ー会話で最も難しいのは、始めること。

  • That it is, like that's the most difficult thing.

    ほんとに。それが最も難しいこと。

  • Once you're in it, it's relatively simple.

    一度会話が始まったら、比較的簡単だ。

  • So, you always want to ask someone a question

    だからいつも質問をするようにする。

  • that's kind of disarming that

  • they can easily answer for you,

  • or they can even say I don't know.

    知らないと言うだろう。

  • So, that is like the quickest, easiest thing,

    それが素早く簡単な方法で、

  • and it doesn't matter on the venue,

    会場は関係ない。

  • whether it's a big event or a conference

  • or even a house party.

  • They won't even remember that you needed

  • to know where the restroom or bar is.

  • They don't even know the reason anyway,

    理由が何かってことも分からないだろう。

  • so it's not like you have to immediately leave.

    だからすぐにその場を離れないといけないってこともない。

  • I think a lot of people would say,

    多くの人はきっとこう言うだろう。

  • well, okay, they told me, but now I have to leave.

    教えてもらったから、もう行かないと。

  • No, no, no, you just keep the...

    いやいや。そこにいて…

  • now you're in the conversation,

  • that's the beauty of it. - Now go with it.

  • - Yeah, go with it!

    ーそう。続けよう!

  • - Number six going up to someone

  • and saying, hey, so where are you from exactly?

  • Or, are you from around here?

    もしくは、このあたりの出身ですか?

  • - That's like a good one,

    ーそれは良いね。

  • because especially if someone doesn't look like

  • they're a part of a crew, or they're kind of,

  • I use that one a lot on,

    僕もそれをよく使う。

  • if people are off by themselves

  • or a little small group.

  • It's usually more of a one-on-one kind of thing.

    通常はもっと1対1の会話だね。

  • It's hard to walk up to a group and then say that,

    グループのところへ行って、それを言うのは難しい。

  • and the group was like, well who are you talking to?

    グループの人は、一体誰に話しかけてる?って言うだろうね。

  • - Where are you all from?

    ーどちら出身ですか?

  • - Yeah, that's a good one if it's an individual person

    ーそれは良いね。個人だったら。

  • and you're just trying to make conversation,

    それに会話をしようと思っているだけだから、

  • and you kinda zoned in on them.

    それに浸っている。

  • That's a great one to start out with.

    それは会話を始めるのに良いものだね。

  • It's really easy to answer, again,

    これも答えやすい。

  • you just looking to start a conversation.

    会話を始めるのに良いね。

  • You don't wanna hit them with heavy question,

    重たい質問をしたくないだろうから。

  • that's pretty weird.

    変だし。

  • Number five is actually something that Dorian has taught me,

    5番目は、ドリアンが私に教えてくれたことで

  • and has worked very well, and that is

  • if someone is holding a plate of food or a drink,

  • you just go up to them like,

    その人のところに行って、

  • oh hey, that looks really good, what is that?

    それおいしそうですね。何ですか?

  • Where'd you get the from?

    それどこでもらいましたか?

  • - Like a super easy one.

    ーすごく簡単。

  • It like, again, they can answer it very simply.

    これもまた、単純に答えることができる。

  • It's not offensive in any way,

    どうなっても攻撃的に受け取られない。

  • and then you have the conversation

    そして会話が続く。

  • of oh, is it good?

    おいしい?とか

  • Like, oh, what do you like to drink normally

    いつも何を飲むのが好きですか?

  • or do you eat that kind of food normally,

    いつもこんな感じのものを食べますか?

  • or even then you go into,

    これらの会話を始める方法が

  • the beauty is, all of these conversation starters,

    素晴らしいのは、

  • you can use all the other ones

  • to keep the conversation going.

  • Oh, so where are you from, exactly?

    どこから来たんですか?

  • Oh, hey, actually, do you know where the restroom is

    トイレはどこか知っていますか?

  • or whatever.

    とか何でも。

  • You know, you could use, you can combine them all together

    これらを組み合わせて使うこともできる。

  • and now you're in a pretty decent conversation.

    そしてまともな会話ができる。

  • So, again, that's just a great opening line,

    それはただ会話のスタートに良いだけ。

  • 'cause someone's got something in their hands,

    相手が手に何か持っているんだから

  • it's easy to talk about.

    それについて話しやすい。

  • - Number four on the list is very similar to number five,

    ー4番目は、5番目とよく似ている。

  • and that is when you go up to someone and you say,

    誰かのところに行って、

  • Hey, I really like your shirt.

  • Where'd you get that from?

  • - And my answer is, Ashley got it for me.

    ー僕の答えは、アシュリーが買ってくれたんだ。

  • - People love compliments.

    ー人は褒められるのが好きです。

  • It instantly lets their guard down.

    すぐにガードが下がります。

  • So, I always try to,

    だから私はいつも

  • especially if I just can't think of anything,

    特に何も思いつかないときは、

  • I'll just compliment them on something that they're wearing,

    相手が着ているものを何か褒めるようにします。

  • and ask them where did they get it,

    そしてどこで買ったのか聞きます。

  • or something like that.

    そんな感じのこと。

  • Number three is, so what was the best part of your day?

  • - I included this one because I was asked this question

  • maybe like 10, 15 years ago,

  • and it stuck with me ever since.

  • It was like, such a nice change.

  • I was an entertainment executive for a long time.

    僕は長い間、エンターテインメントの重役でした。

  • So, I was at meetings, meeting new people all the time,

    会議で新しい人にいつも会っていました。

  • and out of all the years I was doing all that,

    その間に、同じことばっかりしていて、

  • interfacing with a lot of strangers and new people,

    見知らぬ人や新しい人と話していました。

  • one person asked me that question

    ある人がその質問をして、

  • and it stuck with me ever since,

    それ以来、ずっと頭から離れません。

  • and it was such a great question.

    素晴らしい質問でした。

  • It would make me feel good

  • that someone would ask that question.

  • I was like, oh, this one's amazing.

    なんていうか、良かった。

  • Bit of a gamble, depending on the group, obviously.

    ギャンブルだけどね。グループによっては。

  • But I would say that that is one

  • that will kind of put someone back

  • on their heels just a little bit.

  • So, if you're not really that comfortable

  • with that kind of,

  • it's a bit of a bold question to start with,

    スタートにはちょっと大胆な質問です。

  • but I will tell you I've remembered that question

  • ever since that day,

  • and I felt like it was a really, really good one.

    それに、とても良い質問だったと思います。

  • I've used it on other people, and they said the same thing,

    他の人にその質問をしてみたことがあって、その人たちも同じことを言っていました。

  • like, "That's like a great question".

    「それは良い質問だね。」って。

  • And then they--

    それから

  • - People will remember you by that.

    ー人はそれであなたのことを覚えます。

  • - Definitely, definitely.

    ー完全にね。

  • - Number two is something that I use a lot,

    ー2番目は私がよく使うもので、

  • and I know Dorian does as well, and that is,

    ドリアンもよく使うのを知っています。

  • so, what brought you here tonight

    今晩どうしてここに来たんですか?

  • or today et cetera.

    もしくは今日とか。

  • So, this is great if you're at a bar or some kind of event

  • that's not hosted by someone specifically,

  • but it's a really easy way to get into a conversation.

    でも会話を始めるにはとても簡単な方法。

  • - Yeah.

    ーそうだね。

  • So, someone has a reason for going everywhere.

    人がどこかに行くってことは、理由があるから。

  • So, they're not.

    そうでなくても、

  • Even if they don't have a reason,

    理由がなくても、

  • like, I don't know, I just came with my friend.

    友人と来たんだ。とか。

  • Oh, well, who's your friend? - Yeah.

    友人って誰ですか? -そうね。

  • - Like, you're already immediately

  • into a conversation again.

  • So, it's a really, really great one.

    だから良い質問だよ。

  • That's my go-to for sure.

    僕がよく使うものだよ。

  • - Especially because it's not a yes or no,

    ーYes Noだけじゃないから。

  • and it's not a quick answer, usually.

    それに早く答えられるものじゃない。

  • So, their answer,

    だから答えには、

  • they're probably giving a lot of good information

  • that you can kinda hook onto,

  • and then form your next question.

    次の質問を作る。

  • So, the number one conversation starter

  • that you should use,

  • and it's kinda similar, actually, to number two,

    2番目とよく似ているんだけど、

  • and that is, going up to someone and saying,

    誰かのところに行って、

  • hi, so how do you know so-and-so?

    どうやって、○○を知ったんですか?

  • Which means the so-and-so is the host of the event.

  • - You, for the longest time,

  • couldn't wrap your head around this question,

  • but I'm like, if you're invited somewhere by the host,

  • the people at the same place are probably also invited

  • by the host, so now you have a common ground already.

  • So, it's not like this person's like,

  • well, what the hell, who are you,

    何なんだ?

  • like, why would you even ask me that question.

    なんでそんな質問するんだ?ってならない。

  • You always found it so weird,

    君はいつもそれが変だって言うね。

  • and I'm like, just try it

  • when you're at a party. - Now, we use it all the time.

  • - If we're at a party hosted by someone specific,

  • I'm always, I will go up to people now

  • and I have no qualms, and I'm like,

  • hey, so how do you know Charlie?

  • It's great.

  • This is so easy now.

    とても簡単だわ。

  • And then, I get to learn a lot of cool information

    そしたら、良い情報がたくさん入ってくる。

  • that maybe my host wouldn't have told me about that person.

    ホストはその人のことを私に言ったことがないかもしれない。

  • - Yeah, you already have common ground

  • to stand on and discuss, so use it.

    そこから話すことができるから、利用する。

  • - If you liked this video, remember to give it a thumbs up.

    ーこの動画が気に入ったら、いいねを忘れないで。

  • Subscribe to my channel for more videos like this,

    このような動画をもっと見るにはチャンネル登録してくださいね。

  • and thank you so much, Dorian, for being here,

    それから、ドリアン、ここにいてくれてありがとう。

  • - You're welcome, it's my pleasure.

    ーどういたしまして。

  • - and sharing your wisdom.

    ー知恵を貸してくれてありがとう。

  • Like I said at the top, Dorian is incredible

    始めに言ったように、ドリアンはかなり

  • on getting into and then maintaining conversations.

    会話をスタートしたり、続けたりするのが得意。

  • So, these are gonna be really helpful.

    だからこれらのコツはかなり役立ちます。

  • They've helped me.

    私には役立ちました。

  • So, I know if they've helped me,

    私の役に立ったのだから、

  • they're definitely gonna help you.

    あなたにも役立つと思います。

  • Hope you all enjoy.

    楽しんでくれたなら嬉しいです。

  • - And I was never a great conversationalist growing up.

    ー私は話し上手ではなかったから、

  • I had to learn the hard way

    苦労して学びました。

  • when I was an entertainment executive.

    エンターテインメントの重役だったときに、

  • I just got thrown into these random situations.

    ランダムな状況に放り込まれた。

  • So, these are the things that I've learned over the years.

    これらは僕がその間に学んだことです。

  • I'm telling you, they work, and I am not--

    言っておきます。役に立ちますよ。僕は--

  • - Tried and true.

    ーやってみたら分かる

  • - Yeah, I am not like an outgoing sorta guy.

    ーそう。僕は外交的な人ではありません。

  • I can do it if I need to, but that is not my default.

    必要になればできるけど、僕の本来の性格ではない。

  • So, trust it, use them, love them.

    だから信じて。利用して。愛して。

  • - Alright.

    ーわかった。

  • We need to get outta here.

    さぁ行きましょう。

  • - Yeah, I'm done.

    ーそうだね。終わったよ。

  • - This video's done.

    ーこの動画は終わり。

Hi, I'm Ashley Weston.

こんにちは。私はアシュリー・ウェストン

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7つの会話の始め方 (7 Greatest Conversation Starters That Actually Work)

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