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英文の訳をお願いします! Through learning their nativetongues,people have come to bemore proud of their cultures. A Mohawk teacher at the Freedom School says,"Our children are taught to be proud of who they are,Languages have evolved over centuries,and they contain a lot of culture.When we lose a language,we lose a part ofour whole human heritage" よろしくお願いします!!


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  • できるだけ簡単に…(泣)

    They have also started an Ainu speech contest and a conversation program in the Ainu language on the radio. Through learning their native tongues,people have come to be more proud of their cultures. A Mohawk teacher at the Freedom School says,"Our children are taught to be proud of who they are. Languages have evolved over centuries,and they contain a lot of culture. When we lose a language,we lose a part of our whole human heritage." 途中からなんですけど、できるだけ簡単に訳してくれたら嬉しいです(泣)

  • 英語の訳!

    英文の訳をお願いします! A similar movement can be seen in other countries,too.In Australia, the native Aborigines are trying to preserve their languages and cultures. They have been discriminated against in society for a long time and the speakers of their native tongues are rapidly decreasing in numaer. A group of Aborigines have established a small publishing company. The reason is that they want to maintain their native tongue. This is also the case with the Ainu in Japan. Once the Ainu were not allowed to speak their native tongue or live in their traditional way. As a result, their language and culture were dying out. In order to preserve them, the Ainu have begun to teach their native tongue to their children and have built some museums of Ainu folk art. They have also started an Ainu speech contest and a conversation program in the Ainu language on the radio. よろしくお願いします!

  • 英文訳をお願いします

    英訳お願いします>< (1)To form a society individuals must be related in a certain manner. For instance,if people do not communicate with each other, if they are perpetually in aggressive physical combat if they do not cooperate with each other, and do so routinely over a period of time,then their interactions are not social and they don`t constitute a society. (2)The fact that animals lose their knowledge of things as time goes by,and consequently their interest in them,accounts for their absurd behavior in many situations. They constantly interrupt one line of action to do something else,and they may come back to the first activity or forget it altogether . Human beings, on the other hand,thanks to language, are able to pursue one purpose or act in relation to a principle or to an ideal over long periods of time. お願いします

  • 英文の構造と訳を教えてください

    ドナルド・キーン の「JAPANESE LITERATURE」からの英文です。(INTRODUCTION) In such works the Japanese have been happiest, able as they are in them to give us their inimitable descriptions of nature, and their delicate emotional responses, without the necessity of a formal plot. この英文はhave been able to give us~とつながるのでしょうか? そうなるとas they are in them は挿入句ですか? ここの訳は、 彼らがそれら(works)の中にいるように、ですか?

  • この場合のfor

    As we lose minor languages, we lose fragments of our past, for languages represent the history of people, the accumulation of their experiences, their migrations and the invasions they have sufferd. という文章において「for languages represent~」の 「for」は理由の「for」(He is famous for his intelligenceの類) でOKですか? それとも他の意味の「for」ですか?

  • 英文、日本語訳お願いいたします。

    We are rarely able to see those who are very close to us as they really are because of our readiness to accept their faults and accentuate their virtues. という文です。 そのまま訳すと 「我々は人の欠点や美徳を強調しようとするので、あたかも彼らがいるかのように自分たちに近しい存在の人に会う事がめったにない」 ということでしょうか・・・? 僕の訳間違ってますよね?この文何が言いたいのかわからず、困っています。 どういう意味なんでしょう? アドバイスお願いします。

  • 長文 和訳

    こないだテストでだされたんですが和訳した回答を配ってくれませんでした。。。自分の訳があっているか知りたいのでだいたいで良いので和訳できる人がいたらよろしくお願いします。。。 You may wonder why Hawaiians are so eager to maintain their native language. I think the answer is that language is more than just a means of exchanging information. We see the world around us through the window of our language. It enables us to share the history and culture of our people, and so it helps us find our identity. If we lose our language, we lose something of ourselves. Imagine that English has taken the place of the Japanese language here in Japan. What happens to your culture and identity? English is useful for communication in many parts of the world, but your mother tongue is an important part of your identity. In Japan ,too,there is a minority language, just as in Hawaii. The Ainu people have lose much of their language and culture. Today, they are trying to revive their traditions. In this class we are going to study English of course, but I want you to remember that your mother tongue is the most important language in the world. Mahalo for listening. 以上なんですが長文なのでかなり長いです。。。  これでも回答してくれる方お願いいたします。

  • 英文の訳をお願いします。。

    But are such techniques in fact helpful to patients? It is of course important to assess any form of treatment, and given that patients vary enormously in their problems and their capabilities, group studies of mnemonic techniques are unlikely to be very satisfactory. Fortunately, there are techniques that were specially devised to investigate the effects of treatment on a single patient. Most of these originated in the operant conditioning laboratory; they have been adapted for clinical purposes by behaviorally minded clinicians, and are now being used to assess the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation. They tend not to be well known to cognitive psychologists, who are generally much more familiar with large group designs, or in the case of neuropsychology to single case studies that are concerned with assessing and describing the patient’s deficits, rather than evaluating treatment. お願いします。。

  • この英文を和訳していただきたいです。

    和訳お願いします。 What makes somebody attractive? And this can be asked at all sorts of levels but a simple level is what makes for a pretty face? So,these are,according to ratings,very attractive faces. They are not the faces of real people. What's on the screen are computer generated faces of a Caucasian male and a Caucasian female who don't exist in the real world. But through using this sort of computer generation,and then asking people what they think of this face,what they think of that face,scientists have come to some sense as to what really makes a face attractive,both within cultures and across cultures. And that's something which we're going to devote some time to when we talk about social behavior,and in particular,when we talk about sex .Not all attractiveness,not all beauty of course,is linked to sex. So,pandas for instance,like this panda,are notoriously cute,and I don't have anything to say about it really. It's just a cute picture(laughter).

  • 英文訳お願いします No3

    長いので4つに分けました! The research suggests that consumers lose around £1.2 billion every year. On average victims have a higher chance than non-victims of falling for another scam within 12 months of first being caught out, because their personal details are added to so-called 'sucker list' of people who have been taken in; the list is then sold to other scammers. While the elderly were more likely to be targeted by a scam, the highest percentage of vibtims were, surprisingly, aged between 35 and 44. Of those who fell for the scams, 32 percent said it was because of the legitimate and professional style of the communication, 25 percent said they were caught off guard, and 18 percent because of excitement at the prospect of getting a good deal or winning a prize. The research also highlighted the fact that whilst men and women are equally likely to be victims of scams, women are more likely to fall victim to miracle health scams and career opportunity scams, while men are more likely to lose money to investment scams and lottery scams. Most strikingly, the study found that less than five percent of those scammed reported their experience to the authorities, so the scale of the problem is far greater than had hitherto been thought. すいませんが 英文訳をお願いします!!