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Journal Vol. 137

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 Today in History / Daily Report   0 comments   0 trackback

937e4d3c-s
         
.....Today's My Diary




Here now I got back to online and will be on for a brief while as eating a bowl of rice put a raw egg for lunch including breakfast called brunch! 12:55pm

Cited My Twitter:
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TODAY'S TOP STORIES
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[NATIONAL NEWS]
Major firms to limit hiring of new grads
Lingering uncertainty over the economy is leading many big companies to limit the number of new graduates they will hire next spring to levels equal to or lower than this year.
[MORE] ->
http://search.japantimes.co.jp/mail/nn20100323a1.html

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[NATIONAL NEWS]
Shareholders sue, claiming Toyota misled
Toyota shareholders in the U.S. incensed over a sudden drop in the automaker's stock price are heading to court with lawsuits claiming company executives deliberately misled investors about the depth of accelerator problems in millions of its vehicles.
[MORE] ->
  http://search.japantimes.co.jp/mail/nn20100323a2.html

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[NATIONAL NEWS]
Embattled lawmaker from DPJ to stay on
Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Chiyomi Kobayashi, despite expectations she will step down to take responsibility for a campaign money scandal, says she is staying put.
[MORE] ->
  http://search.japantimes.co.jp/mail/nn20100323a3.html




【今日は何の日】3月23日



    世界気象デー(世界気象機関[WMO]1960)、ふみの日(毎月)

    ▲鎌倉大仏着工(1238)
    ▲将軍家光が若い「六人衆」に政務を合議させる(若年寄の初め)(1633)
    ▲世界最初のエレベーター、ニューヨークの5階建てデパートに登場(1857)
    ▲明治政府、全国に小学校設置令(1869)
    ▲四条大橋開通(1913)
    ▲初の文部大臣賞映画発表(1940)
    ▲世界気象機関条約が発効し、WMO(加盟諸国の気象観測通報の調整、 気象観測や
     気象資料の交換を行なっている世界組織)が発足(1950)
    ▲中国帰還第一船、舞鶴港着(1953)
    ▲東京金取引所、開設(1982)
    ▲ファミコン発売以来約3年半で1千万台突破(1987)

    誕生:マルタン・デュ=ガール(作家1881) 黒澤明(映画監督1910) 
       川上哲治(元プロ野球監督1920) 犬塚弘(1929) 戸川昌子(作家1933)
       長田渚左(1956) 浅田彰(経済学者1957) 佳村萌(1960)
       出光ケイ(1961)  大沢逸美(女優1966) 七瀬なつみ(女優1967)
       沢松奈生子(テニス選手1973)

    誕生花:グラジオラス (Gladiolus)   花言葉:情熱的な恋





<松下幸之助一日一話> PHP研究所編
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昔から「兵は神速を貴ぶ」という言葉がある。一瞬の勝機を的確につかむかどうかに勝敗の帰趨がかかっている場合が ある。そういうときにいたずらに躊躇逡巡していたのでは機会は永遠に去ってしまう。だから大将たる者は、即断、即行ということがきわめて大事である。これ は何も戦にかぎらず、一国の運営、会社でも同じである。情勢は刻々にうつり変わっていく。だから一日の遅れが一年の遅れを生むというような場合も少なくな い。もちろんきわめて慎重に時間をかけて事を運ぶことが必要な場合もある。しかし大事にあたって即断、即行できる見識と機敏な実行力は指導者に不可欠の要 件だと言えよう。

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Daily Report

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 Today in History / Daily Report   0 comments   0 trackback
20%変形Tuesday, March 23, 2010

( Weather )  Rain all day long
( wind )  Nothing
(Temperature )  a bit chilly


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【Today's task finished】

Houseworks
Sweeping inside the shop
Tending the shop
Taking kiyoshi to and from nursery shcool
Helping Bessie's cooking
Etc.
And other my own tasks or jobs

Bessie:
Buying materials for cooking
Cooking
Delivery to Philippine consulate and others
Working for evening shift part-time job Shinobu
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【Today's business hours: Usual opening 11am-9pm Currently open 7 days a week】

Today's Open:  9:00am - Junichi
Today's Close:  Midnight - Junichi
The time temporally closed today:  Nothing
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【Today's incident】

Bessie was late for night shift work due to traffic jam.
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【Private incident】


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【Today's self-reflection】



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【Tomorrow's plan】

Routine work
Etc.
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【Note】



w-b


本日読んだ記事より引用

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 英文法等 Grammatical Topics   0 comments   0 trackback
次の日本文を英文にしましたが、間違いがあります。

「彼女はその店に新しいバッグを注文した。」

■ She ordered a new bag to the shop.


今回の問題は、これまで習った英単語のなかで、その理解を改め直さなければならないものがあるかも知れません。


すなわち、初級者の方には少し分かりづらい面が出てくるおそれがあるということです。

ただし、この英文は最初の日本語の通り訳なさなければ文法的な間違いはありません。

ということは、このままでは日本語とは違った意味に解釈されてしまうということです。

何の学習においても、その思考の過程というのがとても大事なので、まずは辞書を見ずにじっくり考えてみてください。


■それでは、最初の英文をどのように訂正すればよいのでしょうか。

正解例はこの下にあります。









【正解例】
She ordered a new bag from the shop.

the shop の前にある to を from に変えなければなりませんでした。

from は、よく「~から」という意味で考えがちですが、日本語の訳にとらわれ過ぎると、うまくいかないことがあります。

もちろん from は「ある所から離れる」というのが基本ですから、この場合には、「注文すると、その注文した所“から”来る」という感じで考えておくと覚えやすいかも知れませんね。

さて、order という単語には「注文する」という以外に「命令する」という意味もあります。

したがって、She ordered a new bag to the shop. のままだと「彼女はその店に新しいバッグを送るように命令した。」のように誤解されることになってしまいそうです。

注文するというのは、あくまでもお金を出して購入するということです。

BETTER OFF

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 英文法等 Grammatical Topics   0 comments   0 trackback
アルクオンライン英会話がお届けするidiom英語表現。
今回のイディオムは、
"better off"

US Congress approves healthcare reform bill

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
The health care system in the United States is just a signature away from undergoing historic change. President Barack Obama is expected to sign a landmark health care reform bill into law shortly.

It marks a major victory for Obama, and for the Democratic Party.

On Sunday, the US House of Representatives passed the Senate version of the health care reform bill by 219 votes to 212.

Moments after the bill passed, Obama hailed the House vote. He said that after decades of trying and a year of debate, the US Congress finally declared that neither illness nor accident should jeopardize the American Dream.

The health care reform legislation is expected to extend coverage to 32 million U.S. citizens who are uninsured. It also will increase government funding for low income earners and bar insurance companies from excluding people for pre-existing conditions.

Obama needed the health care reform bill to pass because he essentially staked his presidency on it. His approval ratings have dropped, and analysts say he now must go on the offensive in the lead-up to the U.S. mid-term elections this November.

2010/03/23 02:14(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)

China denounces Google

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
The Chinese government has criticized Google for suspending censorship of its Internet search results and shutting down its China website.

On Tuesday morning, the state-run Xinhua news agency quoted an official in charge of the Internet bureau under the State Council Information Office as saying Google's decision is totally wrong.

The official also said China is uncompromisingly opposed to the politicization of commercial issues.
He expressed China's discontent and indignation toward Google for what he described as its unreasonable accusations and conduct.

The Chinese government opposed Google's intent to suspend censorship of its search results, saying any foreign company should abide by Chinese law and regulations once it enters the Chinese market.

Earlier this month, Information Technology Minister Li Yizhong told a news conference that China has more than 300 million Internet users and Google's pullout would have little impact on the rapidly growing market.

The Chinese government appears to have become more sensitive to international criticism of its internet censorship since the US government indicated support for Google's position.

The Xinhua news agency criticized the US government in a commentary last week. It said the United States is using the Internet to propagandize its values in China.

2010/03/23 09:42(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)

Google shuts down China site over censorship

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
Google has stopped censoring Internet search results in China. The world's largest search engine shut down its China website and is redirecting users to its uncensored Hong Kong site.

Google made the announcement on its website on Monday.

Google says it wanted users in China to have unrestricted access to its services, but the Chinese government made it clear that censorship was a non-negotiable legal requirement.

The firm says it is aware that the government could block access to its services at any time. But it says it will monitor access issues and display online which Google services are currently available in China.

Google also says it will continue its research and development work in China and will maintain a sales department there.

The company says the revised policy has been driven and implemented by the executives in the United States. It says that none of its employees in China were involved in the decisions.

2010/03/23 07:41(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
As selfishness and complaint pervert and cloud the mind, so love with its joy clears and sharpens the vision.

わがままと不平によって、心は歪められたり、曇ったりするように、愛はその喜びによって、視覚というものを、明確なものにすると同時に、また、鋭敏なものにするのです。

Helen Keller ( ヘレン・ケラー : 1880-1968 )
アメリカの教育家・社会福祉事業家

Today's Eng. Expression and Word

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 23.2010 本日の Eng. Expression & Word   0 comments   0 trackback
He would be the last person to do such a thing.

あの人に限ってそんなことをするはずがない


(*´I`)y─┛.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○.。o○


AをBに注文する: order A from B

She ordered a new bag from the shop.
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