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My friend is thriving in that class. She's all lined up to be valedictorian, which is awesome, and nobody deserves it more than her. The problem is our two friends, these two boys also competing for valedictorian. They don't realize that they're harassing her, despite the fact that they relentlessly tease her for her personal beliefs. They've also been physically aggressive before, throwing her pencils and school supplies into the trash and shoving her into a locker. I have had to intervene to keep them from doing it again. The thing with these two is that they all think it's a giant joke. Everything they do is "ironic", and not at all harmful to the people they harass. My friend told me that she will not tell administration or report them because they're still good friends, but the problem has not and will not fix itself. If she talked to them, there's a high chance they'll ignore or dismiss her. If I leave, we're both afraid it's going to get worse, but I don't know if I have three terms of it left in me. ignoreとdismissはどう違うのでしょうか?I have three terms of it left in meの意味もよろしくお願いします


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1。ignoreとdismissはどう違うのでしょうか?  ignore とは「無視する」(なんとも言わない)  dismiss とは「相手にしない」(そんなの馬鹿馬鹿しい、という) 2。I have three terms of it left in meの意味  こういうのが私には3学期残されている > (私がいなくなれば、形勢は悪化するだけだと彼女も私も思う、でも)こういうのが続くと、私に3学期も我慢ができる(とは思わない)





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