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難しくて訳せません。 明日提出の課題なのですが、全く手が付けられません。 どなたか助けてください。 1. Never before in the history of civilization had it been so generally taken for granted that man's freedom, his dignity, his happiness, even what we call his "prosperity", were the only things that count. 2. There are no feminine characteristics more marked than a passion for detail and an unerring memory. Women can give you an exact and circumstantial account of some quite insignificant conversation with a friend years before; and what is worse, they do. 3. He had sunk in up to his chest. I anchored my ax and held fast. But he didn't need help. He crawled out by himself. He couldn't see the bottom. Crevasses are to mountaineering what sand traps are to golf; you put the ball in the sand trap once in a while, and that's part of the game. 4. It is gnerally accepted that death is the end of life. What we call "animals", it seems, are not aware of life itslf. And they do not know abou the existence of death,either. It is only human beings that "discover" death, are troubled about it, think about it, and even publish magazines featuring special articles on death. 5. The heat from a wood fire is irregular, sometimes very hot and then cooling suddenly. A charcoal fire, on the othe hand, burns slowly and with a steady even heat. And what is even more important in metal work, you can raise or lower this heart, at will, by the amount of blast you force from your bellows.

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一部、残りは別の方へ 1) 文明の歴史の中で、自由、尊厳、幸福、また繁栄などと呼ぶ事柄のみが当然の事として意味を持つようになったのはかってないことである。 2) 正確でしかも詳細な記憶に対する思い入れほど女性の性質として顕著なはありません。女性は重要でないしかも数年前の友達との会話の内容と状況を伝えることができますし、さらに悪いことには伝えるだけでなくおこなうこともできるのです。 3)彼は胸まで沈んだ。私は私の斧をアンカーにして、彼を素早く捕まえた。しかし彼は助けを必要としなかった。かれは自分ではい上がってきた。かれは底を見ることは無かったであろう。山登りにはクレバスがあり、ゴルフでいえば砂の罠である。すなわち、時々その砂の罠にゴルフボールを落としてしまうことがあるのだが、それはゲームの一部であるというわけである。

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じぁあ手がかりを、、、 1. 強意構文なので普通の文に直すと、 [It] [had never been so generally taken for granted that] [man's freedom, his dignity, his happiness, even what we call his "prosperity"] [before in the history of civilization], [were] [the only things that count.] take for granted that ..... 辞書で grant を調べてください。 ここでは、 It --- [man's freedom ....] をさしています。 つまり、 [man's freedom, ...] had never been so generally taken for granted before in the history of ... だといっています。 おっと時間切れです。2以降は他の人にご期待を。


意訳ですが分かってもらえれば幸いです. 1) 英語の勉強は積み重ねでる。 よって、毎日こつこつと勉強する事が大切である. 2) 自分にできないと思われることは、まず、自分なりにやってみる. それによって、何がわからないか自然にわかる. そしてそれについて、教師/および友達に聞いてきる. 3) 人間とは、人と人との助け合いである. 共同社会である. しかし、社会のメンバーには義務と責任と言う物があり、それらを満たす事によって、社会が、ただ助けを求めるとこのでなく、自分を生かすところとなるのである. 4) ただ単にすべてを投げ出して、「お助けを!」では、身勝手と言う物であり、又、自分を、より社会に入っていけるような技術/能力をつけようとしない、怠ける事にもなる. 社会では、それを大人げと言い、礼儀と言い、そして、私は、向上心と呼ぶ. 5) 貴方は貴方のやるべき事をしていない. ここで、何度も、いろいろな人が同じコメントを出していますが、共通して、「投げ出し宿題には対応したくない」。私は、対応します。 自分を捨てないで下さい. 子ども扱いされたくないなら、子ども扱いしてくださいと、お願いしないで下さい. 出来ないから、すべてを投げ出して、訳してくれる人は今戦火じゃ、あまりにも、向上心がないていますよ. 頑張ってください. なぜ、もう一日しかないっていうところまで待っていたのですか. ここで、分からないところ(だけ)教えてくれます. 勉強は、回答を提出するのではなく、貴方の可能性を裁断現に出して欲しいと言っているのです. 誰かしら、あなたの事を真剣に思っていない人が、役を出してくれるかもしれません. でも、私は、あなたの事を真剣に思っています. 貴方といつか、How are you?と言って、握手したいです!!!!! 握手してくれますよね.

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    お願いします (5) Many of Cicero's speeches and essays have also survived. They tell us what he thought about friendship, education, law, patriotism, and loyalty―to name a few of his topics. In an essay on duty, he described what a gentleman should and should not do. According to Cicero, it was just fine for a gentleman to own a farm, but he mustn't do the actual digging, planting, or plowing himself. In fact, a true gentleman would never work with his hands.(6) Cicero was a snob. He looked down on workers―even shopkeepers. He said that“they couldn't make a profit unless they lied a lot. And nothing is more shameful than lying.” He disdained fishermen, butchers, cooks, poultry sellers, perfume makers, and dancers because their work appealed to the senses of taste, sight, and smell. What would he say about hairdressers, movie stars, and rock stars if he were alive today? (7) Cicero was born in 106 BCE in the small town of Arpinum, not far from Rome. He came from a wealthy family that was well known in the region. But because none of his ancestors had ever served in the Roman Senate, Cicero was considered a“new man”―an outsider, not a genuine aristocrat. (8) As a teenager, Cicero traveled and studied in Greece, North Africa and Asia. While in Athens, he began his training as an orator―a skilled public speaker―convinced that this would be important in his political career. He was right. He understood that an orator needs a good memory and a huge store of information. But he said that it wasn't enough just to spout off a string of facts. An orator should use an actor's skills to put across his ideas. The words of a speech,“must be reinforced by bodily movement, gesture, facial expression, and by changes in the voice itself.”

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    お願いします。  Today when archaeologists dig up the bodies of pyramid builders it is clear that many survived serious injuries thanks to Imhotep and his long list of cures. But many did not. And, during the Old Kingdom, life everlasting was not for the common man. He could only hope to play his part in the cycle of life and death by building a tribute to his king and in doing so add to the grandeur of Egypt.

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    お願いします。  All that is amazing enough.What is even more amazing is that a poem he wrote when he was not much more than a teenager explains all that he knew and learned without a single number,equation,or diagram.Aryabhate wanted his information to be easy to remember.So he put all the numbers into a code of letters and combinations of letters,which he explains at the beginning of the poem,called the Aryabhatiyam.Then,in 121 verses,he explains the way the planets move in the sky better than anyone else would for 1,000 years.For Aryabhate,astronomy was a way of understanding the deities.As he wrote,“One who knows these verses,one who knows the movements of planets and celestial spheres,goes much beyond them and attains the absolute Brahman.”  At first,people learned his poem and passed it on without writing it down.The fact that it wasn't written down at first may be one reason we still have it.Insects and mildew destroyed Indian manuscripts,which were written on birch bark or palm leaves,very quickly.  Oddly,Aryabhate seems not to have known about India's biggest contribution to math and science,although his students did.What is it? Zero.You know-nothing.Believe it or not,no one had ever considered zero a number before.Had that ever messed up their arithmetic!  If the number zero is nothing,why is it such a big deal? Because by using the number zero,people can write numbers in columns,which makes adding,subtracting,and especially multiplying and dividing much easier.

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    お願いします (1) Everyone in first-century BCE Rome knew Marcus Tullius Cicero's name. He served as a consul―Rome's top office―and his fiery speeches drew crowds of listeners. When Cato the Younger, the great grandson of Cato the Censor, called Cicero“the father of his country,”everyone cheered. Yet Cicero's letters show that he sometimes couldn't decide what to do. And he worried a lot about his children. When his daughter Tullia died, he was heartbroken. He wrote to his best friend, Atticus, about his sadness: I have isolated myself, in this lonely region.... In the morning, I hide myself in the dense...forest and don't come out until night.... My only form of communication now is through books, but even my reading is interrupted by fits of crying. (2) Cicero wrote hundreds, maybe thousands, of letters. Amazingly, 900 of them have survived, more than 2,000 years later. They include letters to his friends and to other politicians, in addition to those that he wrote to his brother and his unruly, playboy son. In them, we learn about family problems, deaths, and divorces―not to mention his opinions on almost everything. (3) Like many grown-ups, Cicero liked to give advice, and his letters are generously sprinkled with hints, warnings, and words of wisdom. He was often pompous, even conceited, but he showed his feelings in his writing, even when his honesty made him seem weak or afraid. (4) Some of Cicero's letters report on the latest happenings in Rome. His words give us the best picture we have of life in the 1st century BCE. He wrote about simple things: the weather, gladiatorial games, and the price of bread. But he also described wars, riots, scandals, and the plots of scheming politicians.

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    お願いします。  Most Egyptians centered their lives around the Nile, but a few explored the countries surrounding Egypt. When Pepi II was nearly nine years old, he wrote to a man who had started his career when he was a young boy just like Pepi II. The man's name was Harkhuf. Harkhuf came from a family of explorers and had traveled with his father before making journeys on his own. Harkhuf led donkey caravans south across the desert to explore inner Africa. The details of Harkhuf's journeys are engraved just to the right of the entrance to his tomb located near the First Cataract of the Nile in Aswan. The long inscription begins high overhead on a chalkboard-sized area of the wall and continues down to waist level. Harkhuf begins his inscription with a little bragging about how he behaved in life. "I was excellent," he says, and goes on to tell of how his family loved and praised him. He writes about returning with 300 donkeys loaded with gifts for the Pharaoh. How would you like someone bringing you 300 donkeys loaded down with gifts, O Great One?  Clearly, Harkhuf is proud of a letter written to him by the boy-king Pepi II. The letter would have turned to dust long ago if Harkhuf hadn't been so honored by it that he carved it in stone. The letter from Pepi II is addressed to Harkhuf, calling him the chief of the desert rangers, the caravan conductor, and is dated:"Royal seal, year 2, third month of the first season, day 15." This shows us that Pepi II wrote to Harkhuf toward the end of the flood season in the second year of his reign, about 2276 BCE. The letter has tones of the royal-ness Pepi II must have been developing even at his young age, but it also shows that when you're only eight years old, it's hard to escape being a kid―even if you are a supreme ruler.

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    長文ですが日本語訳をお願いします! 人物の特徴なのですが、上手く翻訳できません。よろしくお願いします。 This is also a man who likes romance, likes the thrill of the chase, he will seem to peruse you intently but may loose interest when in a secure relationship, and wander. He thinks that you are beautiful and charming and his inhibition breaks down when he's with you. This aspect usually brings at the very least a thrilling or exciting sexual encounter which seldom takes place immediately or early in the relationship, but the prospect of it enhances the inter reaction. There is a danger inthe aspect that he may love you and leave you, or a danger of unfaithfulness on his part. But that would most likely only happen if he felt you were trying to force him into a suffocating relationship, or force him into marriage before he was willing or ready. The problem with this aspect as time goes on is that you will expect and want constant companionship, while he will want a life of his own. And may in fact behave much a though he were still single. The more you cling, or demand security and togetherness the more you will drive him away. He has a fear of being smothered and imprisoned by love, so the more you cling, the more distant or cold he will get. Or the more badly he will behave towards you, and the less likely he will be to show any sign of commitment. You will feel hurt and rejected by this. For he may also run after others. But the aspect is one of total fascination's that if you reach the stage when you have enough of this man or you feel he has treated you badly or been unfaithful and you want to let go, it will be difficult to do so. The Venus Uranus aspect is a binding one. If you were to break up and re meet even years after with this aspect the old feelings and attraction would rekindle. You are magnetically and sexually attracted to each other and find the other stimulating and exciting. You do things together you never dreamed of doing because you feel liberated---even rebellious---when you are together. The relationship is unique and unpredictable---but always exciting.

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    お願いします!  Which of ancient India's treasures would you most like to take home with you? One of those cool carnelian belts? A rope of milky pearls? A personalized seal carved with your name and favorite animals? An intricately inlaid chest of shisham wood? Or perhaps a brightly glazed and gracefully shaped ceramic pot?  Many of the people who love ancient India would choose none of those things.They would vote for the narratives Mahabharata and the Ramayana,religious poems that are as widely read and loved today as they were when they were first composed thousands of years ago.  The hero of the Mahabharata is a great warrior named Prince Arjuna.He falls in love with Princess Draupadi,and wins her hand in marriage by stringing a massive bow that is too heavy for anyone else to use.Then he uses the bow to shoot out the eye of a golden fish spinning on top of a tall pole,while lonking at the fish's reflection in a vat filled with boiling water.  Despite his beautiful wife and fabulous archery skills,Prince Arjuna has a problem.He and his four brothers,the Pandavas,are at war with his cousins,the Kauravas.Arjuna wants to win tge war and defeat his evil cousins.But at the same time,he wants to be a good man,and good men don't go around making war on their relatives.In the Bhagavad Gita,a poem that is part of the Mahabharata,Arjuna tells his charioteer that“conflicting sacred duties confound my reason.”  Lucky for Prince Arjuna,his charioteer turns out to be Lord Krishna,who is an avatar of Vishnu,the deity who preserves life.Krishna explains to Arjuna that even though he may not want to hurt his cousins,it's Arjuna's duty-his dharma-to protect what is right.Krishna asks Arjuna what he thinks would happen to the world if the deities didn't do their duty,and dxplains that performing his dharma is the only path to peace and salvation.Otherwise,he will just be reborn endlessly until he gets it right.

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    お願いします (8) The Egyptians even fashioned an inhaler for asthmatics, "bring seven stones and heat them on fire. Take one of them, place parts of these drugs over it, cover it with a new jar with a pierced bottom. Introduce a tube of reed through this hole and put your mouth on this tube so that you swallow its fumes." Experience taught the doctors that there were some things beyond their skill, just as there are today. When examining "a patient with stomach disease suffering from pain in the arms, in the breat and on one side of the stomach" doctors were advised to "say ‘death threatens.’" The symptoms described what we now know is a heart attack.

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    日本語に訳してください! 宜しくお願いします。意訳も歓迎です! His Ascendant falls in conjunction with your fourth house cusp. This is interesting. The fourth house is the home, also ones roots and origins, ones past, since you did not grow up in the same place with similar roots, we know this cusp conjunction is for the future. Not the past. And yet its being there suggests there may be some similarities in your early life, or early upbringing. The fourth house is the home, and this cusp shows that given the right circumstance you will very likely come to live together. The fourth house is quite important in love and intimate relationships The connection between the two chart shows that while living together you’d feel secure. Then creative elements of relationship would develop. Your talents. His talents, both would be brought out more by this aspect. This also means that the relationships strengths and all its new directions and plans, would be nurtured in your domestic or home and family life It also tends to be found in relationship that begin at a time in your life when you feel insecure and unhappy in your own home life, or feel that you are on the way down either materially or emotionally in the place you are living life. Feeling of needed a new direction, a new future, that when he comes along he can provide that, or can show you the way towards your destiny. That a life that is more in keeping with your inner soul and it is more you, can emerge from this union.. He too will have found this., that you can give him the basis and emotional support he needs to be himself. He will meet you at a time when he feels he is less secure, even though he knows where his direction lies. You will both feel that love lifts you up to a better level. This aspect also means that he has a promising career. His career and position in life, and where it can lead to as he rises will count, and may be one of the things that will attracted you to him

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    上手く翻訳できません。 意訳でも構いません宜しくお願いします。 He is a man who is delicate and refined. He is given to study, and is exceptionally good at what he studies and interests himself in. A strange quiet man. He will seem aloof. He is timid and hesitant with people and quite insular underneath. Like one who has something of an inferiority complex but hides it. Well respected, but underneath he has a lot of self doubts. He gives the impression of distance. He is sensitive and perceptive, can understand the depths concealed in others and what lies behind things but can seem shy or awkward almost on the surface. He is intuitive and not very materialistic, but he will succeed in the material world, through a special subject or talent. Her may be too easily daunted by people, and this is his biggest obstacle. His inner feelings of inadequacy and the tendency to want to avoid people and problems at all costs. He has deep feeling emotions, so much more under the surface of him than he shows. Many of his decision and judgment are based on emotion. He likes to be on his own, but solitariness does not bring out the best in his character, it makes him more insular, more suspicious more inward turned and unstable and escapist. It is the sociability with others that he seeks to avoid that brings out the confidence and kindness and generosity and best in him. He is mature, not too moody or touchy despite his depth of feeling he manages to remain calm and optimism wins through in time of trouble. He is able to summon strength and endurance when he needs it most. He likes routine and familiar things and familiar patterns in his life. Not so fond of the insecurities and uncertainty of change.