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次の英文の日本語訳がわかりません。誰か教えてください。お願いします。 (1)Performance is not likely to improve by the middle of the week even though people have time to "warm up." (2)Intelligence-test scores are likely to suffer more when people don't sleep at all for a long period of time. (3)After not having slept for a long period of time, people are still able to function properly. (4)Staying awake for three days has the same effect as sleeping less for five days. (5)People shouldn't take naps in the middle of the day or else performance will drop. (6)Taking several short naps is helpful if you can't get a normal amount of sleep at night.


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(1) たとえ人々に「ウオームアップ」の時間があるとしても、パフォーマンスは週の半ばまではよくなりそうにありません。 (2) 人々が長時間まったく眠らない場合、知能検査のスコアはより損なわれそうです。 (3) 長時間眠らなかった後、人々はまだきちんと機能することができます。 (4) 3日間眠らずにいることは、5日間の睡眠不足と同じ影響があります。 (5) 人々は日中、昼寝をするべきではありません、さもないと、パフォーマンスは落ちます。 (6) あなたが夜、正常な量の睡眠をとることができないならば、何回かの短いうたた寝をすることは役に立ちます。



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