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 英語を訳する練習をしています。  英語の得意なかた、どうぞよろしくお願いします。   1) It's long been believed that the psychological burdens associated with being a "low-status individual"-i.e., poor - grow lighter as people move up the social ladder. It turns out that's true only to a point. 2) It can be a dream for many but a nightmare for the hard chargers who feel compelled to answer every single e-mail, text or phone message, no matter when it comes or where they happen to be, says Mary Blair-Loy. 3) Having authority over others brings people to all sorts of interpersonal conflicts and management turmoil, leading to "off the charts" stress, Schieman says.


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  • Nakay702
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1) 「身分の低い個人」―つまり、貧乏―であることに関連する心理的負担は、社会階級を上へ昇るにしたがって軽くなるものだ、と長い間信じられてきました。しかしそれは、ただある点までしか真実ではない、と判明しています。 2)大勢の人にとってそれは夢ですが、しかしいかなるメール、文書あるいは電話連絡がいつ来ても、どこで起こっても、それに答えることを強いられていると感じる辛い引責者にとっては、それは悪夢であり得ます、とメアリー・ブレア=ロイは言っています。 3) 他の人に対して権限を持つことは、あらゆる種類の対人間葛藤や管理上の混乱をその人にもたらし、それが「図面外(割り当てられた仕事以外)の」ストレスに結びつくのです、とスキーマンは言っています。



 Nakav702さま、いつもありがとうございます!  お世話になります。

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 いやいや(^^)  解答ありがとうございます!

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  • SPS700
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1。 大西洋を隔て、初めはゆっくりだったが、今では次第に速さを増している経済危機は、どう見ても事実、機能不全の関係と理解するのが最適である。 2。    この運悪いロマンスは、ヨーロッパがこの夏、ついバラバラに別れることになるか、結婚に踏み切るか、の腹をくくる分かれ目に来ている。 3。  これには経済専門家も頭を痛め、その結果、年末までにアメリカでの事態が好転しなければ、40%近くの二重底の不景気にもなりかねない、と言う者まで出る始末だ。 (別に得意ではありませんが、誰かがたたき台にならなくては、という犠牲的精神を持ちまして)



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