Nov 09

“If someone says they’re going to send you a million dollars for no reason, it’s probably a scam. That’s just too good to be true.” 「理由もなく一億円を送ると言ったら、多分詐欺だ。できすぎた話だ。」

ほとんどのことは完璧ではありません。完璧なものがあったら怪しむかもしれません。そんなに完璧なはずはないのでは?「真実には良すぎる」という表現を信じられないほど良いことを表します。怪しいと思ったときによく使います。本当は嘘なんじゃないのか?過去にもっと怪しんだらよかったという状況にも使えます。 Most things are not perfect. If something seems perfect, you might feel suspicious. It can’t really be so perfect, can it? We can use “too good to be true” to describe things that are unbelievably good. We often use this phrase when we feel suspicious—maybe it isn’t really true at all! Sometimes we use it to say we should have been more suspicious in the past.

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