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And so the customer, of course, is the housewife. What do they pay us for ? I do not know how many people in the world make soap, but there are a great many. And I can’t tell you the difference between one kind of soap or the other. And why does the buyer have a preference, and a strong one, by the way? What does it do for her? Why is she willing to buy from us when on the same shelves in the US or in Japan or in Germany there are soaps from five other soap manufacturers? She usually does not even look at them. She reaches out for that soap. Why? What does she see? What does she want? Try to work on this.


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そして、顧客は、もちろん、主婦です。 彼女たちは、何に対して我々にお金を払うのでしょうか? 私は、世界の何人の人々が、石鹸を製造しているのか知りません、しかし、とても多く人々です。 そして、私は、ある銘柄の石鹸と別の銘柄の石鹸の違いをあなたに教えることもできません。それでは、ところで、どうして、買い手には好みがあり、しかも、強い好みなのでしょうか? こうした好みは、彼女に何をするでしょうか? アメリカ、日本、ドイツの同様の棚に、5つの他の石鹸メーカーの石鹸が並んでいる時、なぜ、彼女は我々のものを買う気になるのでしょうか?彼女は、たいてい、他の銘柄に目を向けさえしません。 彼女は、「その」石鹸へ手を伸ばすのです。 なぜでしょう? 彼女は、何を見るのでしょうか? 彼女は、何を望むのでしょうか? この疑問に答えようとしてください。





  • 英文の和訳をお願いします

    What do our customers pay us for? Why do they buy from us? In a competitive, non-monopolistic market, and that is what the world has become, there is absolutely no reason why a customer should buy from you rather than from your competitor. None. He pays you because you give him something that is of value to him. What is it that we get paid for? You may think this is a simple question. It is not. I have now been working with some of the world’s biggest manufacturers, producers, even in Slovenia. I have been asking that question now for a year. We have two kinds of customers: one, of course, is the retailer and, if that soap or that detergent or that mayonnaise is not on the retailer’s shelves, the housewife won’t buy it.

  • 英文の和訳をお願いします

    usually with one or two of either my or Michael`s friends there to, because they did`nt eat dinner in there house. they always tried to keep us spending time with each other and letting us know that we could talk to them and they would still love us no matter what we did. 一応訳してはみたのですが、うまく日本語にできません どなたかお願いします。

  • 英文和訳をお願いします

    Now, using even the simplest of personal computers, PCs, it takes five minutes, so you use all the methods. And one thing you never do-you do not write out what we expect when we spend this amount of money on building a new plant, on building a new service organization or work on a new product or service. What do we expect? You do not build in the feedback three years later or five years later, to see what you do; the result is that you do not know what you are good at, and you work on the things you are not good at rather than use your strengths

  • 英文の和訳についてです。。。

    My name is Tom and I am cat. I have a major problem. It is my owner,Eva. She does not understand how people should take care of their pets. She has very strange ideas about the retionship bet ween people and pets. Eva treats me like a human child. she worries about me and tells me what to do all the time. she does not want me to go every night while she watches television. Boring. The programs she watches are totally tastless. There is more. Eva brushes and combs me twice a day.

  • 次の英文の和訳をお願いしますm(._.)m

    次の英文の和訳をお願いしますm(._.)m So what's the alternative? She could express her feelings with "I feel” statements. How does she feel? She feels ticked off! So why not just say this instead of being argumentative? She could also try to understand what he's thinking and feeling. How does he feel? He feels shut out and ignored. She could say, "I feel put down and angry, but I know there's some truth in what you say. Apparently you think I've put my career first and you feel rejected. Is this the way you feel? If so, could understand why you feel hurt and angry." 長くなってしまいましたが、よろしくお願いしますm(._.)m

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    I have chosen to begin this book with a description of the life of this one individual because he typifies what so many observers regard as the social "problem" of old age. In his case we would find it impossible to ignore the crucial facts of bereavement, absence of children and other relatives, infirmity, and virtual social ostracism. If we mean anything by isolation from society he must be the sort of person we keep in mind. But is he exception or rule? Are there many others like him in our society? Many sociologists and administrators believe there are. One administrator expressed it in these terms: Provision for old age has emerged as a "problem" largely because of the loosening of family ties and insistence on individual rights and privileges to the exclusion of obligations and duties which has developed so markedly in recent years. Whereas families used to accept responsibility for their old people they now expect the State to look after them. The care and attention which the family used to provide for them must be provided in some other way. The separation from kin is supposed to be one of the features which serves to differentiate the industrial from the so-called primitive societies. But do old people in Britain lose touch with their married children and lead an isolated life? Are the bonds of kinship of little or no consequence especially in urban areas? We have only to pose these questions to realize the meed for more facts. What few there are do not confirm many current suppositions. Sheldon, in a pioneering study, drew attention to the important part played by relatives of old people in Wolverhampton and said that too little was known about their role.

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    A customer walks into a store. He stands in front of hundreds of boxes of deter-gent. He chooses one brand, pays for it, and leaves. why does he pick that specific kind of soap? Is it truly better than the others? Probably not. These days, many products are nearly identical to one another in quality and price. If products are almost the same, what makes customers buy one brand instead of another? Although we might not like to admit it, commercials on television and advertisements in magazines probably influence us. Advertising informs customers of new products on the market. It gives us information about everything from shampoo and toothpaste to computers and cars. But here is one serious problem with this. Very often the "information" is really misinformation. Needless to say, it tells us the products' advantages. But it also hides their disadvantages. Advertising leads us to buy things that we don't need. It also confuses our sense of reality. "Beauty Queen shampoo gives you shiny hair!" a popular singer known for her beautiful hair says in an advertisement. But it doesn't tell us the complete truth: that a healthy diet will have the same effect. お願いします。

  • 英文の和訳をお願いします

    翻訳機などは使わずに訳していただきたいです。 1.The parents were against the introduction of ID tags containing students' names, grades, and even photos. 2. A lazy student stood in front of his stern teacher and said, "I'm sorry. I could not get the homework done by the deadline." 3. James started at Mr. Yokota, not knowing what to say or to do. 4. A : You have to take chances in life. B : Talking of chances, I'd better go now. There's a chance I will miss my train. 5. Then, in 1912, the self - starter came into use. Suddenly, cars were as easy to start as electric fans. 6. For a plant to flourish, it must have a good supply of light, water, and minerals. 7. She couldn't help but laugh at the performance by the comedians. 8. My sister insisted on my solving the problem by himself. 9. A : What do you say to taking a taxi ? B : Sounds better than taking a bus. 10. Whether they agree or not, I carry out the plan. 11. It will be a while before I get used to the new computer. 12. Why did she give up trying, when she might have succeeded ? 13. Without American influence, Japanese culture would not be what it is today. 14. They spoke only English and French, neither of which she understood. 15. A : Which of these sweaters do you think I should buy ? B : Buy whicheveryou like. 16. We had to do without petrol during the fuel crisis. 17. They say that Japanese people are punctual by and large , judging from the fact that they can start their meetings in time. 18. She borrowed my bike and never gave it back. And what is more , she broke the lawnmower and then pretended she hadn't. 19. It never occurred to her that graduate school would be so difficult. 20. At first I thought he was shy, but then I discovered he was just not interested in other people. 21. She always stays calm. I've never seen her lose her temper. お手数をかけますが、よろしくお願いします。

  • 和訳をお願いします。

    I think i had forwarded you photos of my animals earlier,so why do you need more photos?I am becoming skeptical about this all since many people do contact us and get this photos and papers and end up not purchasing from us,so am afraid its not the case here.

  • 以下の英文の和訳をお願い致します

    “And Song can defeat that attack by doing this,” countered Mozi, explaining another defensive technique. Standing over the table and moving sticks here and there, Gongshu tried attacks with nine different designs of attack machines, but each time Mozi showed him an effective defense that he had prepared. Finally, Gongshu said, “All right, I know a way to conquer Song but I’m not going to tell you what it is.” Mozi replied, “I know what you’re planning, but it won’t work.” The king had been listening to the discussion between his engineer and the visitor. He asked Mozi, “What is Gongshu’s plan?” Mozi answered, “He plans to kill me, but he still won’t be able to defeat Song, because I have already sent three hundred of my followers there. They are waiting to defend the city using my machines.” The king said, “I understand. We won’t attack Song.” Detail Questions: 1. What is the Warring States Period? 2. Who was Mozi? 3. Why did Mozi study how to defend cities from attack? 4. Why did Mozi and his students travel from country to country? 5. Who decided to attack the state of Song? 6. What did Mozi do when he heard about the planned attack? 7. Gongshu Ban had made cloud ladders. What were they? 8. When Mozi met Gongshu Ban, what did he first ask him to do? 9. Mozi said he would pay Gongshu 10 gold coins to kill someone. What did Gongshu answer? 10. Mozi said, “To destroy what is scarce in order to get what is plentiful is nonsense.” What is scarce? What is plentiful? 11. Why couldn’t Gongshu cancel the attack against Song? 12. Who took a broken cart, a rough jacket, and husks from a poor man? 13. If Chu is five thousand li (里) square, what is its area? 14. What kinds of animals are in Chu’s forests and rivers? 15. What kinds of animals does Song have? 16. Mozi invited Gongshu Ban to play a simulation war game. What did he use for fortress walls? 17. In the war game, Gongshu Ban’s attack using cloud ladders was not successful. Why? 18. In the war game, what did Gongshu Ban do when his first attack was unsuccessful? 19. Gongshu Ban demonstrated many different attack machines and techniques. Which one was successful? 20. Why wouldn’t Chu be able to defeat Song even if Mozi died? Inference questions: 1. Both Mozi and Gongshu Ban designed and built war machines, but their objectives were different. How were they different? 2. Why did Mozi travel to Chu? 3. Why did Mozi ask Gongshu Ban to kill someone? 4. When Gongshu Ban said murder was wrong, why did Mozi bow twice? 5. What do you think would have happened if Gongshu Ban had refused to help attack Song? 6. Why did Mozi talk to the king about a rich man who stole from a poor man? 7. Which animals does Mozi think are better: rhinoceroses, deer, tortoises, and crocodiles; or pheasants, rabbits, and foxes? 8. The king admitted that Mozi’s logic was correct. Why didn’t he cancel the attack on Song? 9. Why did Mozi challenge Gongshu Ban to play a simulation war game? 10. Why did Gongshu Ban decide to kill Mozi? Research: Look up “墨子” in the Wikipedia (日本語版). There is a version of this story of Mozi and Gongshu Ban. However, some details are different. What is different?