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下の日本語訳について添削をお願いします。 よく分からないところが多くて、おかしな訳になっていると思います…。 Sharks very rarely kill humans. サメは、人間をごくまれに殺す。 A person has a greater chance of being struck by lightning or drowning in a bath than of being killed by a shark. 人は、サメに殺されることより、雷に打たれるか、浴槽でおぼれることのほうが大きい可能性がある。 Only 74 people have been reported killed by great whites in the last century. わずか74人は、前世紀にホオジロザメに殺されたと報告された。 But great white sharks can reach six meters in length and weigh 2,200 kilograms or more. しかし、ホオジロザメは長さ6メートルに達し、体重2200キログラム以上でありうる。 With frightening jaws that can hold up to 3,000 teeth arranged in several rows, they could very easily kill and eat a helpless human in the water. 何列かに配列される最高3000本の歯を持つことができるぞっとするあごで 、サメは水の中でどうすることもできない人間を非常に簡単に殺すこと、そして食べることができた。 Why is it, then, that most people survive attacks by great whites? じゃあ、なぜほとんどの人々はホオジロザメの攻撃を受けても生き残るのだろうか? Shark researchers are trying to comprehend the reasons that allow people to escape without being eaten. サメの研究者は、人々が食べられることなく逃げるのを許す理由を理解しようとしている。 The most common explanation is that great whites don't see well. 最もありふれた説明は、ホオジロザメがよく目が見えないということだ。 It has been thought that they mistake people for the seals or sea lions which make up a large part of their diet. サメの餌の大部分となるアザラシまたはアシカと、人間をサメが間違えると思われた。 There is reason to doubt this, however. しかし、これを疑う理由がある。 Recent information shows that great whites can actually see very well. 最近の情報では、ホオジロザメが実は非常によく目が見えることを示す。


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>下の日本語訳について添削をお願いします。 >よく分からないところが多くて、おかしな訳になっていると思います…。 ⇒とんでもありません。とてもよく訳されていると思います。一応全文を添付しますが、誤訳と考えられるのは第4文のみでした。 Sharks very rarely kill humans. ⇒サメは、ごくまれに人間を殺す。 A person has a greater chance of being struck by lightning or drowning in a bath than of being killed by a shark. ⇒人は、サメに殺されるより、雷に打たれるか浴槽でおぼれる機会のほうが多いのである。 Only 74 people have been reported killed by great whites in the last century. ⇒前世紀では、わずか74人がホオジロザメに殺されたと報告された。 But great white sharks can reach six meters in length and weigh 2,200 kilograms or more. ⇒しかし、ホオジロザメは長さ6メートルに達し得るし、体重2200キログラムかそれ以上になり得る。 With frightening jaws that can hold up to 3,000 teeth arranged in several rows, they could very easily kill and eat a helpless human in the water.(couldは仮定法過去。ただし条件節if they would「もしその気になれば」は省略されている。) ⇒サメは、数列に並んだ3000本もの歯を支えることのできる、ぞっとするようなあごで、水の中ではどうすることもできない人間を極めて簡単に殺して食べることができるだろう。 Why is it, then, that most people survive attacks by great whites? ⇒それでは、なぜほとんどの人々はホオジロザメの攻撃を受けても生き残るのだろうか? Shark researchers are trying to comprehend the reasons that allow people to escape without being eaten. ⇒サメの研究者は、人々が食べられることなく逃げるのを許す理由を理解しようと試みている。 The most common explanation is that great whites don't see well. ⇒最もありふれた説明は、ホオジロザメの目がよく見えないということだ。 It has been thought that they mistake people for the seals or sea lions which make up a large part of their diet. ⇒(これまで)サメは人間を、餌の大部分となるアザラシまたはアシカと間違えるのだと思われてきた。



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    長文なのですが、添削して下さるとうれしいです。 Also, when attacking seals, great whites shoot up to the surface and bite with great force. また、アザラシを攻撃するとき、ホオジロザメは表面を打って、大きな力で噛む。 When approaching humans, however, they most often move in slowly and bite less hard. しかし、人間に接近するとき、ホオジロザメは多くの場合ゆっくり動いてきて、より激しく噛むことはない。 They soon discover that humans are not a high-fat meal. 彼らは、人間が高脂肪の餌でないということをすぐに発見する。 "They spit us out because we're too bony," says Aidan Martin, director of ReefQuest Center for Shark Research. 「人間があまりに骨だらけなので、ホオジロザメは人間を吐き出した」と、サメ研究のためReefQuestセンターの責任者であるエイダン・マーティンは言う。 Shark researchers like Martin hypothesize that great whites are actually curious animals that like to investigate things. ホオジロザメがものを調べるように、実際に好奇心の強い動物であると、マーティンのようなサメ研究者は仮定する。 It's possible that they use their bite not only to kill and eat, but also to gather information. ホオジロザメが殺すためでも、また、食べるためでもなくて、情報も集めるために噛むことは、あり得る。 Although such an experience is unlucky for people like Craig Rogers, when sharks bite surfboards or other objects or people, they are likely just trying to learn what they are. そのような経験がクレイグ・ロジャーズのような人々とっては不運であるが、サメがサーフボードまたは他の物や人々を噛むとき、おそらくサメたちは、それらが何であるか学ぼうとしているのだろう。

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(サメが人間を襲うのはごくまれである) (サメに殺されるより、雷に打たれるか、浴槽でおぼれる確率の方が遥かに高い) (報告によると、20世紀中にホオジロザメに殺されたのは わずか74人である) (しかしながら、ホオジロザメは長さ6メートルに達し、体重2200キログラム以上にも達する) (何列も並んだ3000本にも達する歯がついた、ぞっとするようなあごがあるので、サメは水中で為す術もない人間などやすやすと殺し食べることができたはずだ。) (しかし、それではなぜ、ほとんどの人々はホオジロザメの攻撃を受けても生き残れたのだろう?) (サメの研究者は、人々が食べられることなく逃げられた理由を解明しようとしている。) (最もありふれた説明は、ホオジロザメがよく目が見えない(から逃げられた)というものだ。) (サメの主要な餌のであるアザラシまたはアシカと人間をサメが間違えると思われた。) (しかし、これを疑う理由がある。) (最近の情報によると、ホオジロザメは実は非常によく目が見えるとのことである。)



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