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New York City has a special personality. It's the home of thousands of artists, singers, and celebrities from a great variety of backgrounds. More than 50 million tourists travel there each year to enjoy the amazing sights and sounds. With so much to offer, it’s easy to see why the city’s nickname is the Big Apple. New York City has long had an important place in American history. For millions of immigrants in the 19th and 20th centuries, it was their point of entry into the USA. Greeting them was the Statue of Liberty, a gift from France to the USA in 1886. The city is also the home of the United Nations, the New York Stock Exchange, and the offices of many international companies. The city is made up of five sections, or “boroughs”: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Although the city is spread out, its 8.4 million residents can easily get around on the subway system, which has 26 routes and 468 stations. Every year, more than 1.6 million riders use the system. There is plenty to see and do in the city that never sleeps. People love visiting the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center. Plus, there are great museums like the Met and MoMA. Attending shows on Broadway, enjoying concerts at Lincoln Center, taking in games at famous stadiums, and eating at fancy restaurants are also popular with locals and tourists. Many of these activities are expensive, as are hotels. Spending $300 a night in Manhattan is common. But one of the best things about New York City is free- walking around interesting neighborhoods like Greenwich Village and Chinatown. Each neighborhood has its own character, but they all have one thing in common. Though their residents may come from many countries and cultures, they’re all proud to call themselves New Yorkers.

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以下のとおりお答えします。 >New York City has a special personality. It's the home of thousands of artists, singers, and celebrities from a great variety of backgrounds. More than 50 million tourists travel there each year to enjoy the amazing sights and sounds. With so much to offer, it’s easy to see why the city’s nickname is the Big Apple. ⇒ニューヨーク市には特別な個性があります。それは、多様な背景的経歴から、数千人のアーティスト、歌手、および有名人の住まいになっているのです。驚くべき風景や音を楽しむために、毎年5000万人以上の観光客がそこへ旅行します。提示できるものが非常に多いので、この都市の愛称が「大きいリンゴ」と言われる理由が、簡単に分かるのです。 >New York City has long had an important place in American history. For millions of immigrants in the 19th and 20th centuries, it was their point of entry into the USA. Greeting them was the Statue of Liberty, a gift from France to the USA in 1886. The city is also the home of the United Nations, the New York Stock Exchange, and the offices of many international companies. ⇒ニューヨーク市は、長い間アメリカの歴史に重要な地位を占めています。19・20世紀における数百万人の移民にとって、それは米国へ入場するときの重要点でした。彼らを迎えるのは、1886年フランスから米国への贈り物「自由の女神」でした。この都市はまた、国連、ニューヨーク証券取引所、および多くの多国籍会社の事務所の本拠地でもあります。 >The city is made up of five sections, or “boroughs”: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Although the city is spread out, its 8.4 million residents can easily get around on the subway system, which has 26 routes and 468 stations. Every year, more than 1.6 million riders use the system. ⇒この都市は5つの部門または「自治都市」によって構成されています。すなわち、マンハッタン、ブルックリン、クイーンズ、ブロンクス、およびスタテン島です。この都市は大きく広がっているけれども、その840万人の居住者が地下鉄に乗って簡単に歩き回ることができます。それは26本の路線と468か所の駅を持ち、毎年160万人を超える乗員がこの輸送網を使っています。 >There is plenty to see and do in the city that never sleeps. People love visiting the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center. Plus, there are great museums like the Met and MoMA. Attending shows on Broadway, enjoying concerts at Lincoln Center, taking in games at famous stadiums, and eating at fancy restaurants are also popular with locals and tourists. ⇒決して眠らないこの都市には、見たり、行ったりすることがたくさんあります。人々は、エンパイアステート・ビル、セントラルパーク、およびロックフェラーセンターを訪問することが大好きです。さらに、「メット・アンド・モマ」のような大きい美術館があります。ブロードウェイのショーを見に行く、リンカーン・センターでコンサートを満喫する、有名なスタジアムで試合に熱中する、ぜいたくなレストランで食事をするなどもまた、地域の人々にとっても観光客にとっても人気があります。 >Many of these activities are expensive, as are hotels. Spending $300 a night in Manhattan is common. But one of the best things about New York City is free- walking around interesting neighborhoods like Greenwich Village and Chinatown. Each neighborhood has its own character, but they all have one thing in common. Though their residents may come from many countries and cultures, they’re all proud to call themselves New Yorkers. ⇒これらの活動の多くは、ホテル(宿泊)などと同様、高くつきます。マンハッタンでは、一晩あたり300ドルが普通です。しかし、ニューヨーク市周辺では、最も良いものの1つが無料です。―それはグリニッチ・ビレッジや中国人街のような、興味深い地域の周りを散策することです。個々の近隣街がそれ自身特有の性格を持ってはいますが、それらすべてが1つのものを共通に持ってもいます。そこに住む人たちは、さまざまな国や文化からの出身者かも知れませんが、彼らみな、自分自身をニューヨーカーと呼ぶことに誇りを感じていることです。

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