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次の英文の翻訳をお願いします。 "Truth" is probably the greatest barrier to good communication. During an argument with a friend or your spouse you may have such a powerful conviction that you are right that you don't try to see the other person's point of view. Instead, you argue and try to force them to agree with you. This never works. You've probably noticed that the more you try to persuade the other person to agree with you, the more argumentative he or she becomes. This is because you're not really listening to their viewpoint. They believe their feelings are being ignored, and they'll argue louder and longer to try to get you to listen. You both end up feeling angry and frustrated.


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助かりました(T_T) ありがとうございました!!


  • 次の英文を訳してください。

    How do you stand the hardest part of running marathon? Many say that life is like marathon. Do you think that you can deal with the crisis in your life thanks to marathon? By the way corresponding with penpals, the reason I feel like I have difficulty writing is not because of my English. It is because the moment I cannot come up with anything I have to reply. Honestly speaking I am not a talkative person, but I try to talk more when writing. Nice and slow conversations are hard to come by, and the form of letter writing does put in a lot into thinking about what the other person has to say and how to respond. この二つが何となくはわかるのですが、自信がありません。教えていただけると助かります。

  • 次の英文の和訳をお願いします。

    次の英文の和訳をお願いします。 I've worked with hundreds of people with troubled relationships, and practically every one of them has made the same mistake of arguing a the "truth.” This strategy never helped anyone resolve a problem. When you feel upset, you will have a tremendous urge to explain why your ideas and feelings are valid. Don't do it! You will have a tremendous urge to defend yourself and argue. Don't do it! What usually happens when you try to point out the truth to someone? When you argued and got defensive, did your spouse ever stop arguing and say, "Thank you, thank you for opening my eyes. I see now where I was so wrong?" The key to resolving an argument is often to back off and try a different approach.The bottom line is that you must never defend the "truth!" Your "truth is your enemy! When you give up the idea that you have a monopoly on the truth and you try to understand the other person's point of view, you will find that people will be much more willing to listen to you and to understand your own point of view. 長くなってしまいましたが、よろしくお願いします m(__)m

  • 次の英文の訳をお願いします

    The more cultured among them show a genuine curiosity about '' our kind'' . Other mask their fear with jokes and frustrated questions along the lines of :'' Why every time a bomb goes off , a Muslim person is behind it?'' Yet others try to be unnaturally polite, likely suppressing undesirable emotions.

  • 英文翻訳お願いします!

    Frog meat is white with a light flavor. If you feel like trying some, don't eat it in France. It's way too expensive. Instead, if you happen to be going to Southeast Asia or South China, pop into any local restaurant. Frogs for food are now being raised in paddies, and you can eat a plateful of frog legs very cheaply. One more favorite French food that Japanese and Americans avoid is rabbit. Rabbit meat is extremely low in fat. Rabbit meat as a health food first spread from small restaurants and households, until today it is featured on the menus of upscale restaurants. Rabbits are raised for food on a large scale. Go to just about any Parisian market and you will see rows of whole rabbits including the heads. You roast them just like that. The rabbit's liver is usually sold separately, because many people prefer it to chicken liver. The Japanese find nothing appealing about eating snails, frogs, or rabbit's, and there are probably those who would rather die than try to eat any one of them. They probably think that this "backward" and low-class food is suited to people in developing countries. However, they would change their minds and sample the foods if they knew that it is the gastronomically respected French who enjoy them. Funny, isn't it?

  • 次の英文の日本語への翻訳をお願いします。

    it depends on which game and how much they pay.... sometimes it's equal, but other times, they are more op than you. But usually, the users that don't pay are against each other so its an equal fight. よろしくお願いします。

  • 英文翻訳

    英文の和訳をしていただけるかた のみでお願いできますでしょうか? 1段落の後半部分になります。 どうぞよろしくお願いいたします。 The men in your life can love as wonderfully but are more distant, and have less need to be constantly with you. So they may feel they have no space, no time of their own, that love is crushing their freedom. That you demand too much of them. So that in the end the abandonment or rejection you secretly fear is self perpetuating. The advice is to let the relationship run at the mans own pace. Don't push too hard, don’t seem too keen, don't demand too much attention, the more you peruse him the faster he may run. Love is like a wild wolf, if you run towards it runs away, if you stand still and do nothing it comes cautiously to you. If you walk away when it has approached it will follow you.

  • 次の英文を翻訳お願いします。

    I've noticed that, too. Many people are eating miso soup and sushi... I notice it is mostly white people who do it though. They seem to "discover" things many cultures already knew. Just like with coconut oil, my family has cooked with it for generations, but after they got their hands on it, it became too expensive and I had to buy canola oil instead. よろしくお願いします。

  • 英文の翻訳をお願いします。

    英文の翻訳をお願いします。 以下の英文を翻訳していただけませんか? Suppose you see two mothers with their children in a park. One is the type who shouts a warning at once when her kid starts doing something even slightly unsafe. She fills the air with cries of "Don't do this!" and "Don't do that!" The other is the kind who patiently lets her kid run risks, allowing unsafe play to a certain extent, yet keeping an anxious watch at the same time.Which mother would you prefer? Which is the better parent to raise a child? Be they children or adults, humans often experience failure. The important thing is knowing how to deal with and recover from it. We cannot acquire the ability and wisdom to make a successful recovery and become strong enough to face the world again, without experience of failure. Unsuccessful trials, willingness to face bad results, the guts to confront trouble, all lead to the development of personality. Failure tests a person, and the process of recovery from the failure lets us know that person's true depth of character. What should not be overlooked here is that the general lack of Japanese individuality is rooted in fear of failure. It is not just success that shapes a person's individuality, but also participating in unsuccessful but interesting experiments, tackling difficulties bravely and actively, memories of failure. So mothers in the park, tell your own experiences of failure and recovery to your kids, and inform them that everybody fails, in order to encourage them. Let them do whatever they want to their hearts' content. Be aware that too much care may prevent the proper growth of individuality and deprive the child of the chance to develop naturally. 長文で申し訳ありません。 回答お願いします!!

  • 次の英文を訳してください

    Fancy living 100 years more? Some experts say scientific advances will one day enable humans to last decades beyond what is now seen as the natural limit of the human life span. An American professor says advances in manipulating cells and genes as well as nanotechnology will make it likely that humans will live much longer in the future. Many other scientists specializing in aging are skeptical of such claims. They explain that the human body is not designed to last more than 120 years. They add that even with healthier lifestyles and less disease, failure of the brain and other organs will eventually condemn all humans.

  • 次の英文を訳してください!

    長文の途中からの文なので、意味が分かりにくいところもあると思いますが、よろしくお願いします。 So what did they do? All of the teams were remarkably inventive. One group identified a problem common in a lot of town-the frustratingly long lines at popular restaurants on Saturday night. The team decided to help those people who didn't want to wait in line. They paired off and booked reservations, and they sold each reservation for up to twenty dollars to customers who were happy to avoid a long wait. As the evening passed, they made several interesting observations. First, they realized that the female students were better at selling the reservations, probably because customers were more comfortable being approached by young women. They adjusted their plan so that the male students ran around town making reservations at different restaurants while the female students sold these places in line. They also learned that the entire operation worked best at restaurants that use vibrating pagers to alert customers when their table is ready. Physically swapping pagers made customers feel as though they were receiving something tangible for their money. They were more comfortable handing over their money and pager in exchange for the new pager. This had an additional bonus-teams could then sell the newly acquired pager as the later reservation time grew nearer. よろしくお願いします。