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これの和訳お願いしますO(><;)(;><)O ↓ ↓ A young man was getting ready to graduate from college. For many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer's showroom,knowing his father could well afford it. As graduation day approached the young man waited for signs that his father had bought the car. Finally,on the morning of his graduation,his father called him into his private study. His father told him how proud he was to have such a fine son,and told him how much he loved him. He handed his son a beautifully wrapped gift box. Curious,but somewhat disappointed,the young man opened the box and found a lovely,leather-bound Bible,with theyouog man'sname embossed in gold. Angry,he raised his voice to his father and said,“With all your money,you give me a Bible?” and stormed out of house,leaving the Bible.

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一人の若者が大学の卒業を控えていた。何カ月も彼はディーラーのショールームの美しいスポーツカーにあこがれていた、そして、彼の父親がそれを十分買うゆとりがあることも知っていた。卒業の日が近づくにつれて、その若者は、彼の父親がその車を買った兆候を待った。 ついに、卒業の日の朝、彼の父親は彼を個人の書斎に呼び入れた。 彼の父親は、このような素晴らしい息子を持ってどれほど誇りに思っているかを彼に言った、そして、どれほど彼のことを愛しているかと言った。 彼は息子に美しく包装された贈り物の箱を手渡した。 興味を持って、しかし、幾分がっかりして、その若者は、その箱を開いた、すると、その若者の名前が金で浮き彫りにされた素敵な革張りの聖書が出てきた。 腹を立てて、若者は声を荒げて父親に言った「こんなにたくさんのお金があるのに、父さんは僕に聖書をくれるの?」そして、その聖書を残して、彼は荒々しく家を出て行った。

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