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I'm a teenager living with parents who I would hesitate to describe as abusive, but they are difficult, often angry, and they can be really mean. I swear I try not to be a brat. I am going to the college they told me to. I am majoring in the major they told me to. I am going into the career they told me to. A lot of my life is spent trying not to upset them and trying not to show that I am upset. They don't like my expressing negative emotions. I have one thing I want that requires their assistance. It is a hobby. They don't like to say no, but they like to indicate in other ways that this is a burden and I am burdensome for wanting it. At this point, it's the only thing I am doing that isn't specifically a thing they told me to do. I try just to ask them, but they say yes and then sigh and mutter and eye-roll me into retracting my request because I feel guilty. I disagree with this whole martyr routine designed to trick me into feeling bad because if they don't want to do it, all they have to do is say no. ここでのbratは「わがままなガキ」といったところでしょうか? eye-roll me into retracting my request の意味を教えてください。 martyr routineの意味を教えてください。 以上、よろしくお願いします


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1。ここでのbratは「わがままなガキ」といったところでしょうか?  はいそうです。 2。eye-roll me into retracting my request の意味を教えてください。  目をグルリと1回転させ(=まあ、呆れた、と言う身振り(目振り))をして、私の願いを引っ込まさせる 3。martyr routineの意味を教えてください。  犠牲様式(私はこんなメチャクチャで親不孝な子を持ってなんと不幸せな親であることかと溜め息をついたりして自己の犠牲的環境を大げさに誇張すること)





  • 英語が堪能な方に。。。

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  • 和訳お願いします。

    和訳お願いします。 I guess Tony is right too about how my clients will be thinking if they see me stating that I actually told someone's husband about his wife's affair. So what will people think when you already told them that I am with the troupe. I don't want people to think that I am saying that because I am working for you.

  • 翻訳サイトを使わず和訳お願いします。

    I guess Tony is right too about how my clients will be thinking if they see me stating that I actually told someone's husband about his wife's affair. So what will people think when you already told them that I am with the troupe. I don't want people to think that I am saying that because I am working for you.

  • よろしくお願いします

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  • よろしくお願いします

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  • なぜtheyか

    I have been dating a person for a few years on and off. I also struggle with alcohol abuse. A few months ago, I had what I consider to be a rock-bottom moment: I showed up quite drunk to a dinner date with my partner and behaved awfully, then broke down and laid out a plan to get sober. The next day, I checked into a detox and have been sober since. That night, my partner told me they loved me, and after they left they told me they would see me soon. https://slate.com/human-interest/2018/04/dear-prudence-will-i-lose-my-job-offer-if-i-dont-pass-this-background-check.html なぜtheyとなっているのでしょうか?誰のことでしょうか?よろしくお願いします

  • よろしくお願いします

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  • 訳を教えてください

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