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Texting in particular is coming under fire,and not just because in certain situations it is downright dang erous (many places have outlawed textmg WhllC driving because ,5 large number of accidents related to it) and bad for the health (too much text‘mg can cause permanent damage to the thumbs). Texting, some say, causes our language skills to go downhill. For example, ScienceDaiIy reports that new research conducted on the reading habits of university students shows that reading text messages not only has a negative impact on people’s ability to interpret new words, but it also makes them less accepting of new vocabulary. Reading print media, on the other hand, says ScleneeDaily, “exposes people to variety and creativity in language that is not found in the colloquial peer-to-peer text messaging used among young people.


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  • 助けてください 日本語訳お願いします

    Texting in particular is coming under fire、and not just because in certain situations it is downright dangerous (many places have outlawed texting While driving because ,5 large number of accidents related to it) and bad for the health (too much texting can cause permanent damage to the thumbs). Texting, some say, causes our language skills to go downhill. For example, scienceDaily reports that new research conducted on the reading habits of university students shows that reading text messages not only has a negative impact on people’s ability to interpret new words, but it also makes them less accepting of new vocabulary. Reading print media, on the other hand, says ScienceDaily, “exposes people to variety and creativity in language that is not found in the colloquial peer-to-peer text messaging used among young people.

  • 大至急でお願いします 日本語訳でお願いします

    But are email and texting all bad? Of course not. In fact, says Professor John McWhorter in a New York Times op-ed essay, the looseness and creativity of these new ways of writing are a sign of a new sophistication in our society・・・ Keyboard technology allows something hitherto unknown to humanity: written conversation. Just as humans can function in multiple people of languages. they can also function in multiple kinds of language.“ And while many critics complain that texting and email encourage people to establish online false identities rather than the trust needed for traditional Face-lo face communication. a new study conducted for the US. National Science Foundation reaches a different conclusion. For polling purposes at least, Says the study text ,text messaging is a far better way to get open, candid answers from respondents to personal. sensitive questions than in—person and telephone interviews.

  • 助けてください 日本語訳でお願いします

    More and more these days we are interacting socially through indirect contact using new technologies like email and instant messaging, or texting. Many psychologists, linguists, and sociologists have lined up to condemn this new kind of communication, primarily because, as the American philosopher and linguist Jerrold Katz once articulated it. “To type is not to be human, to be in cyberspace is not to be real; all is pretense and alienation, a poor substitute for the real thing." You can't get more emphatic than that! Skeptics of the new technologies also argue that they encourage isolation, making it difficult for us to form genuine friendships. As Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) psychologist Sherry Turkle wrote recently, “The little devices most of us carry around are so powerful that they change not only what we do, but also who we are We've become accustomed to a new way of ‘being alone together.

  • 大至急日本語訳お願いいたします。

    辞書をつかっても訳サイトをつかっても自然な訳ができません。 英語のできる方お願いいたします。 When a person drinks alcohol, this is what happens: First, the mouth and throat experience a little irritation. Next, some of the alcohol stops in the stomach, but most of it moves on to the small intestine. From there, it goes into the blood. However, as it hits the bloodstream, it affects a pcrson’s speech, movement, vision, and balance. This happens to any person in any culture. How people in different cultures handle alcohol is a different story, however. Social conditions, cultural factors, and physical differences all play a role in how alcohol affects a society’s population.  In France, people drink great quantities of wine from a young age. Liver disease is high compared with other countries, but interestingly, the number of heart attacks is low. This puzzles scientists because the French diet is high_in cheese, cream, and other foods that are thought to be dangerous for the heart. Therefore some experts think that red wine may have a positive effect on the blood and circulation. Red wine is the preferred drink of France.  In Italy, as in France, drinking wine is popular from a young age. For men, it is embarrassing if you cannot seem to control yourself while drinking. As police seldom check drivers for drinking, it is no surprise that there are a lot of traffic deaths in Italy each year connected to alcohol. Just as in France, however, heavy drinking has been declining in recent years. Education in both countries has helped to reduce the number of heavy drinkers.  In Finland, road checks are extremely strict. Therefore, 17% of all traffic deaths are related to alcohol, which is low. Yet heavy drinking is popular, and during the winter, it is not uncommon to find a happy man frozen to death in a park or dead on the ground after hitting his head following a fall while walking home on an icy street. Finland is a very cold country during the winter, and days are very short, as the sun comes up late and sets early. The long period of darkness in the winter, too, means that people drink more. In Asian countries such as Japan and Korea, it is sometimes important to drink with company workers if you are asked. Many decisions are made over drinks outside of the company. As a customer walks to a pub or bar, he can easily buy a drink along the way, from one of the many vending machines selling alcohol right on the street. The easy availability of alcohol would seem to be a big problem. However, as many Asians lack an enzyme that breaks down acetaldehyde, their faces become red when they drink. This serves as a sort of warning system. For this reason, alcoholism is comparatively low in Japan. Raising a glass of wine, beer, or liquor is one of humankind’s oldest rituals. lt can deepen friendships and make celebrations happier. However, it also has the power to ruin lives, families, and kill thousands upon thousands in traffic accidents each year. It is a riddle that every culture seems to try solving in its own way.

  • 大至急日本語訳お願いいたします。

    辞書をつかっても訳サイトをつかっても自然な訳ができません。 英語のできる方お願いいたします。 In Switzerland, there is a saying: “You can set your watch by the train timetable.” Japanese could make the same boast about one of the most amazing inventions in the latter half of the 20th century: The bullet train, 0r shinkansen.  What is remarkable about this system? First of all, it is an impressive form of transportation. Look at how many countries have copied it—and are still copying it! Second, its safety record is incredible. This may be matched only by its environmental record.  The name shinkansen actually means “new trunk line.” People forget that this is the name for the system of tracks, not the train itself. In English, it is called “the bullet train” because of its initial shape: the front of the train looks like a bullet. Also, this name was casually used for the idea of high-speed rail back in the 1930s, when planners talked of a dangan ressha.  The bullet train began running on October 1, 1964, just in time for the Tokyo Olympics. The first run to Osaka took four hours. This produced great savings in terms of time, but Within a year, Japan National Railroad had shortened the trip to three hours and ten minutes. The shinkansen showed the world that Japan had not only recovered from World War II, but that its economy was powerful and its technology first class. All of Asia must have been very proud on October 1, 1964.  It wasn’t long before lines Were built elsewhere. Not only did the bullet train connect J apan’s two most important cities at the time, Tokyo and Osaka, but rural areas started to grow again because it was easy to get there quickly.  The bullet train is amazingly environmental, so in this sense, Japan was also a leader in another form of technology . . . eco technology. While most countries were developing roads and air routes in the late 1950s, J NR’s president insisted that it would be better for Japan t0 have high speed rail. The shinkansen produces just 16% of the CD2 given off by cars. On the Osaka-Tokyo line alone, 15,000 tons of CO2 emissions are saved each year.  In terms of safety, no one can say that the shinkansen is not remarkable. How many passengers have died in bullet train accidents? Since 1964, not one. It is a stunning record! Certainly people have jumped both in front of and out of the shinkansen, but these deaths were not the fault of the company.

  • 至急日本語訳にお願いしたいのですが・・・

    至急日本語訳お願いします。長文ですみません。 It seems to be the case that sound changes not only spread from one person to another and from one style to another style,they also spread from one word to another.Sound changes spread through different words one by one.This is called lexical diffusion.When a sound change begins,all the words with a particular vowel don't change at once in the speech of a community.People don't go to bed one night using the sound [u:] and wake up using [au] in house, pouch,how and out.Instead,the sound change occurs first in one word,and then later in another,and so on.In Belfast,for instance,a vowel change affected the vowel in the word pull before put,and put before should.And in East Anglia the vowel in must changed before the vowel in come,which changed before the vowel in uncle ,although thy all started off with the same vowel,and they all ended up with the identical different vowel at a later point.In New Zealand a vowel change which is currently in progress is the merging of the vowels in word pairs like beer and bear,which used to be distinct.This change,too,seems to be proceeding by this process of lexical diffusion.A recent study suggested that the distinction had disappeared completely for most young people in the pair really/rarely,while fear and fair were still distinct in many young people's speech. This French example illustrates nicely that language change is more accurately thought of as an accumulation of changes in the speech of individuals,rather than something which occurs in the language independently of its speakers. 翻訳ツールは使わずにお願いします。よろしくお願いします。

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    In much of the world, authority is not challenged, either out of respect or out of fear, and, sometimes because a hierarchy of rank has been fixed for so long that people have been trained for generations never to challenge it. In such countries children are not expected to question their teachers in school, and brilliant young scholars or inventive industrial geniuses are hampered in technical research because they hesitate to disagree with their "superiors." Clever researchers may be considered too young to have any right to present findings that contradict the knowledge and wisdom of their elders. The American is trained from childhood to question, analyze, search. "Go and look it up for yourself;’’ a child will be told. In many schools tasks are designed to stimulate the use of a wide range of materials. An assignment to "Write a paper on the world's supply of sugar," for example, will send even a young child in search of completely unfamiliar ideas. Even in the primary grades children are taught to use libraries and to search for new ideas. By the time they are 14, 15, or 16, many young scholars are making original and valuable contributions in all fields of science. Industry is so aware of this untouched resource that each year, through national competitions, it offers awards to teenagers in order to seek out (and later employ) young people with brilliant, inquiring minds.

  • 日本語訳お願いします

    日本語訳お願いします! I guess I heard about it... why did you move on? How is to live in Japan? I got kinda scared because I was searching for it on internet and I saw that in Japan, foreign people aren't very accepted because of many factors and they donnot have laws of protection.... please don't feel ofended about my questions. I never went to Japan and I am not judging you guys... <3 よろしくお願いしますm(._.)m!

  • 日本語訳を頼みます。

    お願いします 1 The world is becoming a "global village" right before our eyes. English is emerging as the international language. It is the first language of many nations and a second language in countries such as India and Nigeria. 2 Why is English so adaptable? Its history provides one clue. English has always been open to new words from different tongues. This is not the situation in France, Italy, or Spain, where language academies have kept their respective languages free of foreign words.

  • 日本語訳を教えて下さい。

    この英文の訳を教えてください。 A growing number of experts argue that economic growth may be more dependent on a state of mind rather than on the traditional factors,such as welfare spending and labor market regulation. While"state of mind"is an admittedly vague concept, it broadly includes attitudes of people towards business, work, and risk-taking. In other words, people's mentality plays probably an even more important role than the government policy. Edmund Phelps, a renowned American economist, discovered in 2006 that these attitude - as measured by international surveys - are much more powerful in explaining the differences in countries' actual economic performance than the date economists had looked at previously. The implications of these findings are significant. If the population attaches little importance to entrepreneurshipb , the majority will be reluctant to start their own companies or engage in the innovative, yet risky business activities. So, the governments are taking notice and trying to implement a range of policy options to address this situation. Mark Fuller, who advises governments on economic policy, claims that one of the most effective ways to boost innovation and encourage people to take risks is to use education to improve the cultural value of going into business. The government of Denmark, for example, has ordered a revision of the curricula for primary and secondary school to focus more on creativity and entrepreneurship. Denmark also took steps to reform its bankruptcy law to lessen the shame associated with business failure. In France, critics have long complained that the current education system trains the young to be suspicious of business. The French Education Ministry has requested areview of textbooks, seeking to improve economic knowledge and attitudes towards business. It is too early to say whether this theory will affect the way we conduct business transactions in the future - published research on the subject is still quiete limited. What is certain, though , is that a nation's economic performance cannot be considered in isolation from the attitudes and preferences common among its citizens. Encouraging people to work hard is not simply a matter of dollars and cents- it is a much more complex process involving cultural norms, social rules, and educational values.