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【教科書ガイド】和訳スレ14

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2009/04/12(日) 09:31:25 ID:p1ylm2Ik0
前スレが容量オーバーとなったので立てました。

・和訳依頼する側は和訳してほしい原文全文を載せるが原則
・依頼する前に自分で調べ、それでも分からなかったら原文カキコ
・依頼するときは「よろしく」和訳してもらったら「ありがとう」
・依頼はまともな日本語でないと、答える気がしなくなります。
・お礼をしないと、その時はよくても、次から答えるものが減ります。
・原則として高校生対象ですが、大学生でもOK.
・翻訳者の方はマルチ依頼されているかどうか注意しましょう。
・訳すかどうかは自由です。

以上の点を踏まえて神様に訳してもらいましょう

【教科書ガイド】和訳スレ13
http://academy6.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1227045872/

2 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2009/04/12(日) 09:49:57 ID:p1ylm2Ik0
World Trek Lesson7-3
特殊メイクで老婦人に変装したパトリシア・ムーアさんが町へ買い物に出かけるというシチュエーションです。
@One day Pat went to a stationery store disguised as an old woman.
AThe clerk appeared not to have noticed her.
BHe neither said"Hello"nor"Can I help you?"
CWhen she said,"Could I have a typewriter ribbon,please?"the man asked unpleasantly,"What kind?"
DShe replied,"A black one."
EThen he barked,"No,no,no! I meant,'What kind of typewriter do you have?'"
FThe next day she went to the same store as a young woman,wearing sunglasses.
GThe moment she entered the store,she heard a very friendly greeting from the same man,"May I help you?"
HPat repeated the same reguest in the same manner as she had the day before.
IBut this time he was friendly and kind.
JIf she had not been there as an 85-years-old woman,she would have believed the man was kind to everybody.

和訳の方よろしくお願いします!

3 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:2009/04/12(日) 20:15:29 ID:p1ylm2Ik0
>>2
解決しました、申し訳ありません。

4 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:2009/04/12(日) 21:36:02 ID:GmUuwQFC0
よかったら和訳お願いします。

Dear Dr. Feynman:

This might seem to be a strange letter, but once you see what l'm trying to do,
Maybe it wm not sound so strange. First off. l have a 16-year・old sod who is
Fairly bright. No genius you understand. but a lot smarter than l am in math
and such .
He's trying to grow up and figure out himself and his world a little. A bit
overweight, a little shy, without a lot of self-confidence. He's going to be a junior
this coming fall, so college is not far away. He'd love to get into some good school,
but with his grades the way they are that could be a problem。 Whate・ver he
wants to do is fine with me, as long as he does it to the best of his ability・
Martin, that's his name, sees the basic stuffas too easy for him and hence its
beneath him to hand in the routine day・to・day assignments. He'd rather be
doing the neat, fun stuff that the rest of the class never gets to do. The trouble is
that grades come from doing the routine stuff not the exotic stuff. so his grades
are down.

スペルミスあったらすみません。

5 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:2009/04/12(日) 21:44:32 ID:S0+7duRs0
自分で調べたんですけどよくわからなかったので和訳お願いします。
4まであるんで長いですが。

1
Two old men sat on a bench one morning in a park.
One was trying to read a book while the other, Harold K. Bullard, told him the story of his life in a clear loud voice.
At their feet lay Bullard's Labrador retriever, who was sniffing the ankles of the listener with a large, wet nose.
Bullard enjoyed talking about his past.
But he faced the same problem that cannibals have: a single victim cannot be used over and over.
Anyonr who spent time with him and his dog refused to share a bench with them again.
So Bullard and his dog looked through the park each day, and today had found this stranger.
"Yes," said Bullard, finishing the first hour of his lecture, "made and lost a lot of money in my time."
"So you said," said the stranger.
"Oh? already told you that, did I?" said Bullard.
"Twice."
"I did?"
"Pardon me, but do you suppose you could move your dog? He keeps -"
"Him?" said Bullard, "Friendliest dog in the world."
"He keeps sniffing at my ankles."
"Plastic," said Bullard, chucking.
"What?"
"Plastic. there must be something plastic on your pant leg. Probably those little buttons. That dog is crazy about plastics. Anyway, that's the business of the future."
"his nose is wet," said the stranger. "Stop it, boy!"
"Invest in plastics, I say!"
"Go away!" said the stranger to the dog.
"When I was young..."
"Sorry," said the stranger. He shut his book, stood and pulled his ankle away from the dog. "Good day, sir."

6 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:2009/04/12(日) 22:22:52 ID:S0+7duRs0
>>5の続きです

2
He walked across the park, found another bench, and began to read.
Moments later, though, he felt the dog's nose on his ankles again.
"oh - it's you!" said Bullard sitting down beside him.
"He was following you. You see, he loves plastics."
He looked about happily.
"Say, do you work in the plastics business?"
"My work?" said the stranger, "Sorry - I've never worked since Edison set up his laboratory next to my home and showed me the intelligence analyzer."
"Thomas Edison, the inventor?" said Bullard, suspiciously. "What's an intelligence analyzer? I've never heard of that."
"Of course not," said the stranger. "Mr. Edison and I promised to keep it a secret."
"When I was a boy of mine, a young man set up a laboratory next door to my home. It was Edison. I didn't meet him right away, but his dog Sparky and I got to be friends. He was a dog just like yours."
"Is that so?"
"Well, one day sparky and I were wrestling around, and we wrestled right up to the door of Edison's laboratory. Somehow, we crashed through the door!
"I was scared. Edison was there with wires hooked to his ears and a little black box in his lap! I started to run, but he caught me.
'''Boy,' said Edison.
'''Yes, sir.'
'''For over a year, I've been trying to find a filament that will last in a light bulb. Hair, string, metal - nothing works. So while I was trying to think of something else to try, I started working in another idea of mine. I put this this together,'
He said, showing me the little black box.
'I made this intelligence analyzer here. It works!'
"And it did work. The smarter a person was, the more the needle on the little black box moved to the right. Now, I'm not intelligent, but at that moment, I said something smart."
"What?" said Bullard.

7 :ヴォイジャー:2009/04/12(日) 23:37:05 ID:TBXUKU1E0
Voyager Reading です。

@English is now spoken all over the world and studied very hard in various kinds of places by large numbers of people.
In South Korea, children can get the chance to use English in real situations.
Here, the local government has founded English Village.
It's an all-English immersion community where young guests carry out various everyday activities completely in English.
In large Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai, there is also a big market for English learning.
As the number of foreign businesses coming into China continues to increase, English is considered to be not just useful, but even necessary for a good future career.

AIn Southeast Asia, national officials of Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and East Timor are sent to Singapore in order to take part in English language training programs.
In Tunisia, a former French-ruled country in North Africa, English has begun to spread in schools and in businesses.
The need for English has been increased by a desire to access the latest information around the world more directly through English, rather than through French.


どうか和訳お願いします。

8 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:2009/04/19(日) 10:55:22 ID:BuhqHKVQ0


9 :国民の声:2009/04/19(日) 11:08:31 ID:8GebbVFy0
2chニュース速報版
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    不正な便宜を図るも関係者を処分せず
 http://tsushima.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/newsplus/1239858804/l50

国民には真相を知る権利がある!!!











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