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和約をお願いします。問題数が多いので500枚とさせていただき[教養と学問、サイエンス|言葉、語学|英語]和約をお願いします。問題数が多いので500枚とさせていただきました。よろしくお願いします。 1) Japanese companies are hard at work coming up with new products for senior citizens, from robot companions to specially designed automobiles. 2) The extra day off, it is hoped, will give them more time to devote to family matters, shall we say. 3) And “baby bonuses” ーmoney paid to families as a reword for having children ー are going up,too. 4) These days there are many spelling “cram” schools all over the United states that help Indian kids get ready for the Bee. 5)This provides an extra hour of daylight all summer, until the clocks are turned back in the fall. 6)So while Japan may be looking a little cooler these days, it’s still in the dark about daylight saving time, says the Yomiuri. 7)The topic of discussion was “smacking,” the age-old practice of disciplining or punishing children by hitting them. 8) It would turn parents who just want to teach misbehaving children a lesson into “common criminals.” 9) The bill it passed allowed for “mild smacking,” but smacking was bannned if it caused bruises, scratches, reddening of the skin, or mental harm, or if any kind of implement was used. 10) Another argued that the reasons given for smacking a child are as “backwards” and “old-fashioned” as those that used to allow men to hit their wives. 11) The nameーthe Devilsーhe believes, is anti-christian. 12) The constitution states that the country belongs to all who live in it, they say. 13) It is a reminder of Apartheid, the cruel social policy that governed the country for over 100 years. 14) Apartheid fell a decade ago, and a new black-run goverment is in charge. 15) The white minority forced them to live in extreme poverty in”townships,” areas set off by walls and fences.英語に詳しい方日本語訳お願い致します(><) い[コンピュータテクノロジー|アプリ開発|Android]英語に詳しい方日本語訳お願い致します(><) いかが本文になります Japan is now in the age of declining birth rate and aging society. According to the estimate released by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in 2012, 「if things remain unchanged,」 the national population of 128 million will shrink by one-third in the next half century, and those who are 65 or older will account for 40 persent of the population. On the other hand, the total fertility rate (the expected number of children that a woman will bear during her lifetime) in 2060 is estimated at 1.35, which is well below 2-the figure necessary to keep the country,s population stable. Experts point out that Japan is the world,s fastest aging country, and with its birth rate among the lowest, it could exert serious repercussions on the economy in the decades to come.Children are potential future consumers and labor supply. A decrease in the number of young people in a country will inevitably lead to a slow down of economic activity. Moreover, the shrinking workforce means that there will be fewer people to support the social welfare and tax systems. The graveness of the situation suggests that urgent action is required on the part of the goverment. However, so far the Japanese politicians have failed to deliver truly effective measures to tackle this crisis. Possible solutions to the problems include accepting more workers from overseas, but unlike most other developed nations faced with similar problems of the low birth rate, Japan still adheres to shunning mass immigration. Encoutaging women to enter the workforce is another solution to be considered. To achieve this, various measures need to be taken, including popularizing the maternity and parental leave system, providing favorable conditions for women to reenter the workforce after child rearing, and building more day-care centers. 以上になります 誤字ありましたらすみません>.<英検準1級の大問4の英作文の訂正をしていただけませんか? 3[教養と学問、サイエンス|言葉、語学|英語]英検準1級の大問4の英作文の訂正をしていただけませんか? 3つありますm(__)m 一個目 問題文 Dear Eriko, I hope you’re fine. Yesterday, my grandfather moved into a retirement home. He’s 88 years old. The retirement home is a nice place and he seems to like it. Do you think that retirement homes are good idea? I once read that Japan has an aging society because people are having fewer children. What do you think can be done to encourage people to have more children? I also read that since people have fewer children, those children are spoiled by their parents. What do you think about that? I’m looking forward to hearing your opinions. Cindy 返事 Dear Cindy I am happy to hear that he likes the retirement home. I think that retirement home is basically good idea. Today’s most people are busy and they do not have enough time to take care of their parents. As for your second question, I think that government should give money to grow their children. And if they do not generate any child, government should request fine. Regarding last question, parents should discipline their children solemnly. Disciplining continuously, children will be honest to their parents. Take care, Eriko 二個目 問題 Dear Emi, I hope you’re well. My sister and I went shopping at Valley Faire Mall yesterday. You went to the same mall when you visited us last summer. They’ve expanded it, so it now has over 250 shops. I’m curious about shopping in Japan. Do Japanese people usually go shopping in malls, too? I read an article that said things in Japan are really expensive. Is this true? Many people here spend too much and get into debt, The same article about Japan said that Japanese save a lot of money. Why do you think they do this? I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Donna 返事 Hi, Donna! I am happy to hear that you had good day at Valley Faire Mall. I can remember the time that I went with you. Actually, Japanese people hardly go to shopping malls but they prefer buying stuff in online shopping sites. Regarding next question, Japanese products are basically not expensive, I think that people who say so is because they don’t earn money so much. As for your last question, some people are smart so they are good at saving their money but some people are stupid so these kind of people buy many products and get into debt, consequently. Write me soon. Emi 三つ目 問題 Dear Atsushi, I hope you’re well. I’m fine, but my grandmother is sick. We took her to the hospital yesterday. Fortunately, she’s going to be OK. We have a national health-care system in the U>K> It’s free for almost everyone. Do you think it’s a good idea for all medical treatment to be free? In the U.K., we have a shortage of nurses. I heard that Japan has a similar problem. What do you think can be done about the problem in Japan? On a related note, I was wondering what you think about diet. Are people inJapan careful about what they eat? I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Chris 返事 Dear Chris I was shocked to hear that. Please tell her to be careful. I think that this system is good idea. Even though people do not have enough money, they can go to hospitals. Their bodies are the most important things than any other things. Regarding next question, I am actually not sure but they should assemble people who can become volunteers to help sick people. As for your third question, they do diet hard exactly. People who do diet do not prefer eating meats or rice. Take care. Atsushi 宜しくお願いしますm(__)m

Japan Childrens Day



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It is a day set aside to respect children’s personalities and to celebrate their happiness. It was it has been a day of celebration in japan since ancient times here are some more compilation of topics and latest discussions relates to this video, which we found thorough the internet. Hope this information will helpful to get idea in brief about this. The facts. Is children’s day, when families celebrate the healthy growth and happiness of children. It became a national holiday in , but it has been a every , it is kodomo no hi or ‘children’s day’ in japan. Families fly koinobori banners in the shape of a carp (a type of fish) for each child in their house below information will help you to get some more though about the subject children’s day (kodomo no hi) is celebrated on th in japan. It is a national holiday on which all children are celebrated and their mothers are honoured background information. In japan, kodomo no hi, or ‘children’s day,’ is celebrated every year on . On this national holiday, children are weekday, date, year, name, holiday type. Wed, , , children’s day, national holiday. Thu, , , children’s day, national holiday. Sat, anyway if you want for more info, you would better continue reading. Kodomo no hi, or children’s day, is a holiday dedicated to the health and happiness of children in japan. It’s the last day of the golden week is japan’s national holiday known as, kodomo no hi (children’s day). It is a day to celebrate the health and happiness of children kodomo no hi children’s day th children’s day is a very popular festival for children in japan. Although now called children’s day, in japan, this day is called boys’ festival. It’s been celebrated for this holiday officially became known as children’s day or kodomo no hi how the japanese celebrate children’s day on th . . . . In japan, children have their own national holiday in early kodomo no hi, or children’s day. Families fly colourful carp shaped streamers (koinobori), join us as we celebrate children’s day (kodomo no hi) on saturday, , at japantown’s peace plaza. Participate in cultural arts and crafts, bounce childrens day japan children’s day themed crafts, coloring pages and activities for kids・・・続きはこちら⇒Japan Childrens Day

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