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◆Swimming develops every part of the body. Proper breathing plays a big role in increasing lung capacity. Stroking and kicking develop the muscles in arms, legs and back. Timing and mental alertness are important, for the good swimmer must take advantage of every opportunity offered. ◆One of our most important duties is to give our guests the best possible service and to satisfy them. Because we serve them well, they come to our restaurants, and spend their money. Our guests keep us in business. In the last analysis, our guests really pay our wages. ◆Since we make daily use of the newspaper, and we base much of our opinion upon what it tells us, we should make efforts to understand it. Unless we know what newspapers are, and how they are made, we shall not know how to tell a good newspaper from a bad one, or whether we should believe any particular piece of information.


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◆ 水泳は身体のあらゆる部分を発達させます。 適切な呼吸は肺活量を増やすのに大きな役割を果たしています。 ストロークとキックは、腕、脚、背中の筋肉を発達させます。 タイミングと精神的な機敏さは重要です、なぜならば、良いスイマーは提供されるあらゆる機会を利用しなければならないからです。 ◆ 我々の最も重要な任務の一つは、我々のお客様に最高のサービスを提供し、彼らを満足させることです。 我々がよく彼らにサービスするので、彼らは我々のレストランに来て、お金を使うのです。 お客様があるから我々のビジネスが成り立つのです。 煎じ詰めれば、我々のお客様が、本当に我々の賃金を払ってくれているのです。 ◆ 我々は、毎日、新聞を利用し、それが我々に伝えるものに我々の意見の基礎を多分においているのだから、我々は新聞を理解するために努力するべきです。 我々が新聞が何であるか、そして、それらがどのように作られるのか知らなければ、我々は良い新聞と悪い新聞を見分ける方法がわからないでしょうし、あるいは、我々がどの情報を信じれば良いのかどうかわからないでしょう。



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