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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.

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テキストメッセージは、とりわけ非難を浴びてきているわけですが、その理由としては、ある状況においては率直に言って危険である(多くの場所では、運転中のテキストメッセージを違法としています。なぜなら、通常の5倍の事故がそのことに関係しているからです。)ということだけでなく、健康に悪い(テキストメッセージのやりすぎは、親指に永続的な損傷を引き起こします。)ということがあげられています。 ある人たちが言うところでは、テキストメッセージは、言語能力を下降させる原因になるとのことです。たとえば、大学の学生の読解習慣について行われた新しい調査では、テキストメッセージを読むという行為は人々の新語を解釈する能力に否定的な影響を与えるとともに、新語をより受容しにくくさせるということを、サイエンスデイリーは報じています。一方で、サイエンスデイリーは、印刷媒体を読むということは、「若い人たちの間で使われている口語によるピアトゥピアのテキストメッセージにおいては見つけられないような、言語における多様性や創造性に人々をさらすことになる。」とも報じています。 ---- 意味は取りやすいんだけど、長い文章が多いんで、適切な日本語に訳すのはけっこうむずかしい。思い切って文章をぶった切って、意味が取れるように構成し直した方がいいのかもしれませんが、構文や文法の勉強でもあるんでしょうから、あえてできるだけ直訳的にしてみました。 これを丸写しするんじゃなくて、訳例を見ながら一つ一つの文に当たって、どういう構造で文が作られているかを、自分で確認し直した方がいいですよ。以上、この3つで終わりかな?

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