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 The sports people play in America and Japan tend to be quite similar. However, the way these sports are played in each society shows diffrences that reflect both cultures.  Though professional baseball teams in America and Japan play by the some rules, many aspects of the game are approached differently. A difference can be seen just by looking at the players and the game. Japanese players usually have a neat hairstyle without a beard or moustache, while American players wear their hair in various ways. Japanese players tend to practice much more than American players. December is the only month when Japanese players don't practice, while American players have three or four months of holidays during the off-season. Moreover, on game days. Japanese players spend most of the day (practice).  These approaches to baseball, the practice time is seen as a way to persevere and show effort. It not only improves performance, but builds group harmony. However, American players don't care about harmony or perseverance. Instead, the most important thing is better to save their energy, which will (win/them/give/chance/to/a better). As long asthe team wins, harmony and perseverance don't matter.  Another difference in baseball involves the relationship between the manager and the players. In japan, the manager has complete control over the players and (to/them/do/what/tells) in many situations. In America, the players are freer to play the game as they like, and even when they are told what to do by their manager, they sometimes disagree and do something different. If the player's decision is correct and it helps the team win, the player is usually (5). ( )の中は並び替えと適切な形にしてください。 (5)は(fired/punished/forgiven/ignored)の中から選んでください!! お願いします!!  

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アメリカと日本のプロ野球チームは、いくつかのルールに従ってプレーしているけれども、試合の多くの面は違った取り組み方がされています。 違いは、少し選手と試合を見ることによって、わかります。 日本の選手は、たいてい、髪形がきちんとしていて顎髭や口ひげは生やしていません、他方、アメリカの選手の髪型は様々です。 日本の選手は、アメリカの選手より練習をずっと多くする傾向があります。 12月だけが日本の選手が練習をしない月ですが、他方、アメリカの選手は、シーズンオフには3~4か月の休みを取ります。 さらに、シーズン中は、日本の選手は、一日の大部分を練習してすごします。 野球へのこれらの取り組み方で、練習時間は、耐えて、努力を示す方法とみなされます。 それは能力を向上させるだけでなく、チームの調和も作り上げます。 しかし、アメリカの選手は、調和や忍耐を気にしません。 その代わりに、最も重要なことは、よりよく、自分たちのエネルギーを節約することです、そうすれば、勝つ可能性が高まるでしょう。 チームが勝つ限り、調和と忍耐は重要でありません。 野球のもう一つの違いには、監督と選手の関係が含まれます。 日本では、監督は選手を完全に支配して、多くの状況で何をするべきか彼らに命じます。 アメリカでは、彼らが好きなように、選手が試合をする自由度が高いです、そして、監督によって何をするべきか命じられる時でさえ、彼らは時々従わずに、違った事をします。 選手の決定が正しく、それがチームの勝利に貢献するならば、選手はたいていお咎めなしです。   ☆ practice→practicing ☆ give them a better chance to win ☆ tells them what to do ☆ forgiven

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