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英語の宿題です><Wonderland のUNIT13の全訳[エンターテインメントと趣味|芸能人|男性アイドル]英語の宿題です><Wonderland のUNIT13の全訳教えてください できれば(②)の答えも>< However Thus Otherwise Moreoverのどれかです Tom Lutz,theauthor of crying and Cultural HIstory of Tears, wries, “Throughout hisory,and in every clture,…everyone,everywhere cries at some time.” Even men and woman who say hey never cry can usually remember crying as children. Most of us probably think it is normal for men or women to cry at certain times, and at such times, we may even encourage them to cry.For example,it is no surprise when someone cries during a sad movie,and we ofen expect people to cry when a family member dies.(②),we don’t always take this view of tears.Sometimes adults who cry -or even children who do- lose the respect of others.For example,what would you think of an adult who cried over losing a card game? Most people are aware of the social rules about when,where,and why it is OK to cry.These rules generally differ for children and adults,and often for men and women. They depend on things such asa family,culture, and religion,and they change over time. Somepeople think it is not just OK to cry but actually healthy to letthe tears flow. Doctors in Greece over 2,500 years ago thought that tears came from the brain and that everyone needed to let them out. Today,meny people still believe in getting tears out. they say that through crying, we get rid of emotions we have stored up, which is good for our mental health. Some people report that they ( )( )after crying. This could be because Of the chemicals in emo tional tears. One chemical is a type Of endorphin a painkiller that the body naturally produce. Emotional tears increase the amount Of endorphin that gets to the brain because tears flow from the eyes Into the nose and pass to the brain that way. This painkiller may make a person less aware Of sad or angry feelings, and that could explain why SomeOne feels better after “a good cry.”誰かこの英文を翻訳してくださる方はいますか? Life is[教養と学問、サイエンス|言葉、語学|英語]誰かこの英文を翻訳してくださる方はいますか? Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans. — John Lennon ‘Revolutionary Road” shows the American Dream awakened by a nightmare. It takes place in the 1950s, the decade not only of Elvis but of The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit. It shows a young couple who meet at a party, get married and create a suburban life with a nice house, a manicured lawn, “modern” furniture, two kids, a job in the city for him, housework for her, and martinis, cigarettes, boredom and desperation for both of them. The Wheelers, Frank and April, are blinded by love into believing life together will allow them to fulfill their fantasies. Their problem is, they have no fantasies. Instead, they have yearnings — a hunger for something more than a weary slog into middle age. Billy Wilder made a movie in 1955 called “The Seven Year Itch” about a restlessness that comes into some marriages when the partners realize the honeymoon is over and they’re married for good and there’s an empty space at the center. Frank (Leonardo DiCaprio) and April (Kate Winslet) can’t see inviting futures for themselves. Frank joins the morning march of men in suits and hats out of Grand Central and into jobs where they are “executives” doing meaningless work — in Frank’s case, he’s “in office machines.” He might as well be one. April suggests he just quit, so they can move to Paris, she can support them as a translator at the American Embassy and he can figure out what he really wants to do. Translating will not support their Connecticut lifestyle, but … Paris! What about their children? Their children are like a car you never think about when you’re not driving somewhere. Frank agrees, and they think they’re poised to take flight, when suddenly he’s offered a promotion and a raise. He has no choice, right? He’ll be just as miserable, but better paid. In today’s hard times, that sounds necessary, but maybe all times are hard when you hate your life. Frank and April have ferocious fights about his deどなたか和訳お願いします! 翻訳ソフトでは意味不明な和訳なの[教養と学問、サイエンス|言葉、語学|英語]どなたか和訳お願いします! 翻訳ソフトでは意味不明な和訳なので。 長文なので、わかるところ・重要なところだけでもいいのでお願いします。 On January 5, 1978, 14 men from the Jamaica Labour Party stronghold of Southside, central Kingston, were escorted to the military range at Green Bay, St. Catherine, by soldiers. The men were lured with the offer of jobs. Five of them were allegedly shot dead by the soldiers, resulting in a scandal for the ruling People’s National Party. This is the final part of a story in which survivors relate their ordeal. It was 5:15 in the morning and an ambulance and a minivan were already parked in the darkness, waiting in the volatile community of Southside, Central Kingston, to transport a group of men to the military range in Green Bay, St. Catherine. But not all the men who were recruited and had agreed to go, made the trip. Some were still asleep, a few had declined to take the ride in the ambulance, while others who had become suspicious of the mission, stayed away when the transport arrived. Most of those who were supposed to go, retired to bed late the night before the bloody incident because they went to the now defunct Palace Theatre to watch the movie Honour Thy Father. “It was my bigger brother who was supposed to go, but when the ambulance and minivan, came he was still asleep, so I took his place,” recounts Ian Brown, one of the five survivors of the controversial Green Bay Massacre. bad luck Danny Roots, who was originally supposed to go on the journey, became upset when he saw the ambulance and changed his mind. He tried to persuade his dreadlock friend, Trevor Clarke, alias ‘Gold Eye’, not to go, telling him that it was “bad luck fe dreadlocks travel inna ambulance”. Delroy Griffiths, alias ‘Jadda Brag’, was 23 years old at the time, unemployed and had two children to support. His name was not among the recruits. However, the morning the transportation arrived, he made sure he got a seat in one of the vehicles. 文がすべて入りきらないので…URLです。このページをどうしても理解したいのでお願いします。 http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20080113/news/news3.html

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