• ベストアンサー
  • すぐに回答を!

英文の日本語訳をお願いします。

英文の日本語訳をお願いします。 The sports people play in America and Japan tend to be quite similar.However,the way these sports are played in each society shows differences that reflect both cultures. Though professional baseball teams in America and Japan play by the same rules,many aspects of the game are approached differently.A difference can be seen just by looking at the players and the game.Japanese players usually have a neat hairstyle without a beard or moustache,while American players wear their hair in various ways.Japanese players tend to practice much more than American players.December is the only month when Japanese players don't practice,while American players have three or four months of holidays during the off-season.Moreover,on game days,Japanese players spend most of the day to practice,while American players usually arrive one or two hours before the start of the game. These approaches to baseball show important cultural differences.In Japanese baseball,the practice time is seen as a way to persevere and show effort.It not only improves performance,but builds group harmony.However,American players don't care about harmony or perseverance.Instead,the most important thing is winning,Players have only light practice on game days because they think it is better to save their energy,which will give them a better chance to win.As long as the team wins,harmony and perseverance don't matter. Another difference in baseball involvs the relationship between the manager and the players.In Japan,the manager has complete contrl over the players and tellls them what to do in many situations.In America,the players are freer to play the game as tey like,and even when they are told what to do by their manager,they sometimes disagree and do something different.If the player's decision is correvt an it helps the team win,the player is usually free to play in his way. 長くてすみません(汗 お願いします

共感・応援の気持ちを伝えよう!

  • 英語
  • 回答数1
  • 閲覧数325
  • ありがとう数3

質問者が選んだベストアンサー

  • ベストアンサー
  • 回答No.1
  • SPS700
  • ベストアンサー率46% (15294/33007)

 「アメリカでも日本でもスポーツをする人は似たようなものだ。しかしそういった各国のスポーツのやり方は、それぞれの文化を反映して、違いを見せている。  プロ野球ティームは、日米ともに同じルールに従う、しかし、多くの面で違いがある。選手たちを見ただけでも、違いが明らかであr。日本の選手は頭髪を手入れし、髯や、鼻ひげはない、しかしアメリカの選手は、さまざまなヘアスタイルをしている。日本の選手はアメリカ選手よりはるかに練習量が多い。日本選手が練習しない月は、十二月の1ケ月だけであるが、アメリカの選手は、シーズンオフの時は、3ヶ月から4ヶ月休む。それだけでなく、試合の当日、日本の選手は、1日のほとんどを練習に費やすが、アメリカの選手は、試合開始の1時間か2時間前に球場に着く。  こういった野球への接し方は文化の重要な違いを見せている。日本の野球では、練習時間は努力の象徴と見られている。練習は技倆を上げるだけでなく、ティーム内の調和を作り出すと考えられている。しかしアメリカの選手はティームの調和や忍耐力の養成には関心がない。いちばん大切なことは試合に勝つことだ。アメリカの選手は試合の当日は、試合に勝つためにはエネルギーを浪費しない方がいいという考えから、軽い練習にとどめる。ティームが勝ちさえすれば、ティーム内の和とか忍耐は無関係だと思っている。  野球に見られるもうひとつの違いは、監督と選手との関係である。日本では、監督は選手を、完全に統制し、場合場合に応じて指令を出す。アメリカでは選手はもっと自由に好きなように行動し、監督からの指令があっても、時にはそれに逆らって別のことをやる場合もある。その選手の判断が正しく、ティームが勝つことになれば、通常その選手は思い通りに活動出来る。」 でしょうかね。

共感・感謝の気持ちを伝えよう!

質問者からのお礼

ありがとうございました!! 助かりました(´д` )イェア

関連するQ&A

  • 和訳お願いします!!

     The sports people play in America and Japan tend to be quite similar. However, the way these sports are played in each society shows diffrences that reflect both cultures.  Though professional baseball teams in America and Japan play by the some rules, many aspects of the game are approached differently. A difference can be seen just by looking at the players and the game. Japanese players usually have a neat hairstyle without a beard or moustache, while American players wear their hair in various ways. Japanese players tend to practice much more than American players. December is the only month when Japanese players don't practice, while American players have three or four months of holidays during the off-season. Moreover, on game days. Japanese players spend most of the day (practice).  These approaches to baseball, the practice time is seen as a way to persevere and show effort. It not only improves performance, but builds group harmony. However, American players don't care about harmony or perseverance. Instead, the most important thing is better to save their energy, which will (win/them/give/chance/to/a better). As long asthe team wins, harmony and perseverance don't matter.  Another difference in baseball involves the relationship between the manager and the players. In japan, the manager has complete control over the players and (to/them/do/what/tells) in many situations. In America, the players are freer to play the game as they like, and even when they are told what to do by their manager, they sometimes disagree and do something different. If the player's decision is correct and it helps the team win, the player is usually (5). ( )の中は並び替えと適切な形にしてください。 (5)は(fired/punished/forgiven/ignored)の中から選んでください!! お願いします!!  

  • 18-5日本語訳

    お願いします。 Many people benefit from Q&A sites such as OKWave, as they help solve their problems. This is quite understantable. In fact, this is probably the raison d'etre of such Q&A sites; to provide a space where community members can both seek and offer knowledge to help eachother. Putting it another way, people "take advantage" of Q&A sites for their own benefit, be it for their personal enlightenment, professional gains, or for their academic ends. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with that. However, when "taking advantage" escalates to sheer "exploitation", I begin to wonder. Though a minority, there are those who through in a long passage/text of Japanese or English, hoping that someone will translate it for them. In Japanese, this act is known as "Marunage". It is astonishing that there are even people who do this Marunage repeatedly and continuously. I am in no position to criticize such people who routinely do Marunage, and in deed, there is always a generous, saintly person who responds to the requests. The truth is, however, that those throwing in Marunage questions are academic losers and those answering them, are the winners.

  • 日本語訳で困っています。

    以下の英文の日本語訳で困っています。誰か教えてください。 (1)Of the 12 men who have walked on the moon, Harrison Schmitt, is the only one with scientific training in geology. (2)Schmitt's work on the Moon in 1972 ranks as one of the most exciting and productive episodes in the history of exploration. (3)His new book, Return to the Moon, is structured as a legal document, in which Schmitt argues for returning to the moon to mine the isotope helium-3. (4)He claims that because fossil fuels are limited in supply and because their extraction and use harm the environment, our world requires new sources of energy. (5)The ultimate solution, he suggests, is the generation of power by nuclear fusion-not of deuterium and tritium, as is usually proposed, but of deuterium and helium-3.

  • 英文と日本語訳があります。和訳は正しいですか?

    Japanese in mixed groups often appear as if they have nothing to say and as a result, Americans end up dominating the conversation. Part of the reason, of course, is that discussions in such groups are usually conducted in English, the native language of Americans. 和訳 「そのような会合の場で 日本人は、何も話すことが無いように見える (ほとんど発言をしない)ので、 アメリカ人たちが話の中心になってしまう。 このような事が起こるのは、そうした会合での話し合いが もっぱらアメリカ人たちの母語である(U.S. の国語である)英語で 進められるのが当たり前になっていることが原因の一部であるのは 言うまでもない。」

  • 日本語訳をお願いします。

    While barriers to entry are high, intangibility of the product is still a problem as is the inseparability of production and consumption, to some extent, as clients have to participate in the creation of tax returns, consulting reports, and other products of professional service firms. です。長い一文で、自分なりに和訳しようとしたのですが、as以下が全く検討もつきません。asの後にisがあって、そしてまたその後にasがきています。 どいういう構造になっているのでしょうか?よろしくお願いします。

  • 英文を日本語に訳してくださいm(_ _)m

    The White House thinks ISIS is caused by Climate Change, that shows you how smart they are. American values are incompatible with those of Islamic terrorists. Islam teaches 3 choices for America: Convert, Pay Money, or Die. Donald Trump realizes we are at war. knowing that Saudi Arabia, the biggest financier of Terrorism refuse to take in any Refugees, and the Cowards posing as American Politician, and Journalists are Silent.

  • 日本語訳で困っています。

    以下の文章がものすごく難しくてどう訳せばいいかわかりません。 だれか教えてください。お願いします。 (1)Even though these changes are seldom huge, and may not be apparent to others, you are likely to be very aware of them, and this can be confusing, all the more so because it is unexpected. (2)The re-adjustment period is usually rather short-lived, since home will never be as foreign to you as the foreign environment you adjusted to overseas. (2)の文は【比較構文 not as ~ as...】と書いてあります。どういうことでしょか? not as ~as... は「・・・ほど~ではない」という比較表現です。 上記の文ではnotがneverになっていて、asとasの間が形容詞1語ではなく、foreign to you と句の形になっている。 ↑と補足してあるんですが、よくわかりません。

  • 日本語訳を教えてください。

    ゼミで社会運動論を学んでいます。次回の文献が英文となり、どうしても旨く日本語訳できません。日本語訳を教えてください。 On one level it is kind of faith: a belief that forms of irresponsibility that seem to make power necessary are in fact the effects of power itself. In practice though it is a constant questioning, an effort to identify every compulsory or hierarchical relation in human life, and challenge them to justify themselves, and if they cannot-which usually turns out to be the case-an effort to limit their power and thus widen the scope of human liberty. Just as a Sufi might argue that anarchism is the urge for freedom behind all political ideologies. Schools of Marxism always have founder. Just as Marxism sprang from the mind of Marx, so we have Leninists, Maoists,, Althusserians... [Note how the list starts with heads of state and grades almost seamlessly into French professors- who, in turn, can spawn their own sects: Lacanians, Foucauldians....]

  • この英文日本語訳してください

    I gotta give it to the Japanese! The American comedians have to study and learn from these dudes because they are the veterans in this business and are very different than the other younger comedians, even the musicians become big whenever they get back-slapped by Hamada. They must have a  lot of respect for them as comedians and doing music shows, plus other things. I said that you obviously know what kind of shows I was referring to, because I already mentioned which ones I disliked, dumbshit. The ones with drunk, low IQ teenagers making out in  bathtubs. And I didn't say reality tv had to be shitty, just the ones we get in tv in the western world. except that i dont watch shows like that? what a stupid assumption that was to make. and then you act like IM the stupid one. lol. the fact is if you watch shows like this, you are much closer to watching reality tv than  i am. so think before you speak. This is Batsu game. It means punishment game for loosing some match or game. He doesn't get anything from this. Prior this there  was swimming match between him and the other four guys and he lost. 宜しくお願いします

  • 英文と日本語訳があります。日本語訳は正しいですか?

    Americans therefore value promptness. One is expected to arrive a few minutes before an official appointment AND expected to leave prompty at the end of the appointment. During the appointment, both sides are expected to get down the reason American business appointments are shorter. Daily office calendars are usually split up into 15-minute units. Anyone needing more time, say 30 minutes, asks for double time in advance. 日本語訳 よってアメリカ人は迅速性を尊重します。正式なアポイントメントの2, 3分前に到着し、「そしてまた」、アポイントメントが終わればさっさと立ち去るものと思われています。アポイントメントの間は、両者ともアメリカのビジネスアポイントメントがなぜ(時間的により)短かいのかを飲み込んで(*理解して)いることが期待されています 。日常の事務用カレンダーは、通常15分ずつの単位に分けられています。もっと長い時間、例えば30分が必要な人は、前もって2倍分の時間を要求します。