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(1)An English passenger kindly drew me into conservation. He was older than I. He asked me what I ate, what I was, where I was going, why I was shy, and so on. He also advised me to dine with him. (2)I think part of the uproar over cloning is that many people simply don`t understand what it is. They seem to have it confused with genetic alteration, another technology that`s creating a stir.


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(1) あるイギリス人の乗客が、親切にも私を会話に引き込んでくれました。【conservation→conversation?】 彼は、私より年上でした。 彼は、私に、何を食べるか、私の仕事は何か、私の行き先はどこか、なぜ私が恥ずかしがるのか、等々尋ねました。 彼は、また、私に彼と食事をするようにと勧めてくれました。 (2) クローニングについての騒動の一部は、多くの人々が、単にそれが何であるか理解していないということだと、私は思います。 彼らは、それを、物議を引き起こしているもう一つのテクノロジーである、遺伝子の組み換えと混同しているようです。





conservationではなくconversationでした。 すみません。


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