My Experience in Shishmaref

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和訳をお願いします。 Shishmaref is located on a tiny island in the Bering sea. To the east you can see the mainland of Alaska. I arrived in season when there in on night - the time of the midnight sun. I often watched the sun start to set and then rise again. The village had only about two hundred people, and I probably met them all in my first two or three days. The young people spoke English, but the older people used Eskimo all the time. I tried to learn a little of the Eskimo language every day, dut it was very difficult. The first thing I learned to say was, " I'm hungry." Their life was very simple and natural. As you may know, Alaska has many wild animals which the Eskimos hunt. These provide them with meat, oil, and skins for clothing. One day when we went hunting, I saw my first grizzly bear. It was majestic. This was the most vivid experience of my first stay in Shishmaref.

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シシュマレフはベーリング海の小さな島にある。 東の方角にはアラスカ本土が見える。 私は夜のない季節ーーー白夜の時期に到着した。 私は太陽が沈みかけては再び登るのをしばしば見た。 村には約200人ほどしか人がいなくて、最初の2,3日で私は彼ら全員とあったようだ。 若者は英語を話したが、年配の人たちは常にエスキモー語を使った。 私は毎日エスキモー語を少し習おうとしたが、とても難しかった。 私が最初に言えるようになったのは「腹が減った」だった。 彼らの生活はとても質素で自然だった。 御承知かも知れないが、アラスカにはエスキモーが狩をする野生動物がたくさんいる。 これらの動物はエスキモーに肉、油、衣服のための皮を提供する。 ある日私たちが狩に出かけた時、私ははじめて灰色熊を見た。 そいつは堂々としていた。 これはシシュマレフでの私の滞在の最も強烈な経験だった。




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  • iwori
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ちょっとはご自身でがんばった方がいいと思いますが。。。 高校の英語ですかね? 検索してみると同じ文章で、同じ質問をされているのをみつけました。 親切な方が和訳もそこに載せてありましたよ(^^)参考URLを見てみてください。





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    和訳をお願いします。 I found Shishmaref on a map, and decided to write to the head of the village. So, with my English dictionary by my side, I wrote my first English letter. " My name is Hoshino Michiko. I'm a Japanese student. After seeing a picture of Shishmaref, I became very interested in your villsge life. I would like to visit, but I do not know anyone. I'm willing to work. Con you introduce me to someone who will let me stay with them? I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon." I addressed it,"The Mayou, Shishmaref, Alaska." About six monter, I received reply from one of the villagers. "Sorry for the delay. June and July are the months when we go hunting, so you should some then・・・・  When you know the day, let us know. You can stay with my family. "Suddenly Alaska was in the palm of my hand.

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    When I was in first grade, our teacher asked us what we wanted to be when we grew up. I said a mother and a teacher. Well, motherhood came first. Three years after I married, I started having children, two boys and two girls in five years. I enjoyed it. But there were hard times, too. The worst thing that happened was losing a child. My eldest son died of cancer in my arms when he was 17. Now to fulfilling my first-grade dream in another way. A year after he died, I went to college and became a third-grade teacher when I graduated. I loved teaching this grade, with the children's eagerness to learn and their love of their teachers. Now to fulfilling my first-grade dream in another way.の和訳をよろしくお願いします

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    和訳をお願いします The three months I spent in Shishmaref left a very deep impression on me. Staying with Eskimos, I became more and more interested in different lifestyles. It taught me one important lesson: even in the most remote places, "real" people are living their lives. That idea reallyn attracted me. I also began to feel that all of us have one thing in common: each of us has only one life to live. It is all those single lives that make up our world. When I got back to Japan, I kept thinking about Alaska. I felt that one day I wanted to live there. So, after graduating from university, I decicded to become a photographer. I wanted to know more about Alaska ond photograph its wildlife and people. Finally, in 1978, after studying photography for two years, I chose to make my home there.  

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    こんばんは. 和訳添削よろしくお願い致します. (1)I often watched the sun start to set and then rise agein. →私はしばしば太陽が沈み始めるのとそれから(太陽が)再びあがるのを見た。 (2)The village had only about two hundred people, and I probably met them all in my first two or three days. →その村はたった約200人いておそらく初日、2日あるいは3日で彼らすべてと会っただろう。 どうぞよろしくお願い致します。

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    I was told there was a reunification specialist located a couple of hours away from the hotel we were staying at who was willing to work with me and my family . I wasn't sure what to say about this offer . Traditional therapy did not appeal to me. The therapy I kept envisioning consisted of me and a small room and someone I didn't know , which was the last thing I wanted . I felt I had worked through what had happened to me and I had always kept my own counsel and thought I was my own best therapist . I didn't want to meet another stranger . In the day and a half , I had met so many new people that I was really overwhelmed. Ultimately, what convinced me to seek the help of this person was the mention of horses . The impression I got of this person was that of an older lady with a ranch and horses and plenty of room for us to come and get our feet on the ground for a few days . わからないところがいくつかあります。また、訳していて、日本語になっていないような感もあります。参考にして勉強したいとおもいますので、宜しくお願いします。

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    lesson9 semitic people invented the alphabet around 1500 B.C. They changed Egyptian picture symbols to letters that symbolized sounds. Until that time, symbols had shown simple meanings such as animals, tools, and things from nature. The alphabet was the first system that connected letters to sounds. The alphabet spread all over the world. The shapes of the letters changed. The Phoenicians began using them around 1,000 B.C. About 400 years later, the Greek, so this writing system became the alpha‐beta or alphabet. The alphabet had been used for more than 1,500 years when the shapes of most letters were fixed by the Romans. Interestingly, every letter in the alphabet has its origin. For example, the shape of ''A'' meant the head of an ox . In ancient times , oxen were important for pulling plows . ''B'' meant a house and ''C'' meant a throwing stick . Things and animals used in the alphabet were important for the people who were living about 5,000 years ago. Lesson10 When I was growing up, my dad and I used to fight all the time. I was 17 or 18. I had really long hair , and he hated it. I got into a motorcycle accident once . I was laid up in bed , and my dad had a barber come in and cut my hair. I remember saying to my dad, '' I hate you ! I will never forget this!'' He used to tell me , '' I can`t wait until the army gets you . When the army gets you , they will cut all that hair off, and they will make a man out of you.'' This was in 1968, and a lot of guys went to the Vietnam War from my neighborhood. The thing was that many of them didn`t come back . And even if they came back , they were not the same any more. I remember the day I got my draft notice . I hid it from my family , and three days before my army physical my friends and I went out . We stayed up all night . We were all so scared . And I went to my physical , and I failed . I could come home! When I walked into the kitchen , I saw my parents sitting there.

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    My father and mother go to the rail of the boardwalk and look down I the beach where a good many bathers are casually walking about. A few s in the surf. A peanut whistle pierces the air with its pleasant and active whine, and my father goes to buy peanuts. My mother remains at the rail and stares at the ocean. The ocean seems merry to her; it pointedly sparkles and again and again the pony waves are released. She notices the children digging in the wet sand, and the bathing costumes of the girls who are her own age. My father returns with the peanuts. Overhead the sun's lightnil strikes and strikes, but neither of them are at all aware of it. The boardwalk is full of people dressed in their Sunday clothes and casually strolling. The tide does not reach as far as the boardwalk, and the strollers would feel no danger if it did. My father and mother lean on the rail of the boardwalk and absently stare at the ocean. The ocean is becoming rough; the waves come in slowly, tugging strength from far back. The moment before they somersault, the moment when they arch their backs so beautifully, showing white veins in the green and black, that moment is intolerable. They finally crack, dashing fiercely upon the sand, actually driving, full force downward, against it, bouncing upward and forward, and at last petering out into a small stream of bubbles which slides up the beach and then is recalled. The sun overhead does not disturb my father and my mother. They gaze idly at the ocean, scarcely interested in its harshness. But I stare at the terrible sun which breaks up sight, and the fatal merciless passionate ocean. I forget my parents. I stare fascinated, and finally, shocked by their indifference, I burst out weeping once more. The old lady next to me pats my shoulder and says "There, there, young man, all of this is only a movie, only a movie," but I look up once more at the terrifying sun and the terrifying ocean, and being unable to control my tears I get up and go to the men's room, stumbling over the feet of the other people seated in my row.