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1 Today, few Americans want to live on a farm or a ranch. 2 Of course Edison little thought that he would become a great inventor like James Want. 3 Be friendly to everyone, even to the people you like least. 4 Between 1872 and 1940 however, Japan's agricultural production was increased by about 40 per cent. Moreover, little of this increase in farm crops was accomplished by the use of modern machinery, which would have been to expensive. 5 With improved farming skills fewer children will be needed to help till the soil. よろしくお願いします!!

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1 今日のアメリカ人に、農場や牧場で働きたい人などほとんどいない。 2 もちろん、エジソンは、ジェームズ・ワット(蒸気機関を発明した人ですね)のような偉大な発明家になろうとはみじんも考えていなかった。 3 みんなに親しくして、自分が一番好きになれないような人に対しても。 (英語は複数形ですが、日本語は人という方が普通ですーーつまり単複関係ない表現。もちろん人々でもいいでしょう) 4 しかしながら、1872年から1940年にかけて、日本の農業生産高は40%ほど上がりました。さらに、近代的機械の手を借りてこの農業穀物生産が達成されたのではない、それは当時はそうとう高価なものだったので。 (強く「ない」と訳しましたが、littleなので、ほとんどそうではなかった」という意味ではあります。でも、こういう場合「ない」と訳してもかまわないところです。日本語の場合100%そうではないーーとまで強い意味ではなく、ほぼそういうことはないーーという意味に近いからです) 5 向上した農業技術をもってして、土地を耕す助けをする必要がある子供の数が少なくなるだろう。 以上でいかがでしょうか?

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