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A woman's guess is much more accurate than a man's certainty.

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 07.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
A woman's guess is much more accurate than a man's certainty.

ラドヤード・キプリング(イギリスの作家 1865-1936) (原文は英語)


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True talent comes from belief in yourself, in your own power. 

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 06.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
英語の名言 Today's Proverb



True talent comes from belief in yourself, in your own power. 

マクシム・ゴーリキー (ロシアの作家 1868-1936) (原文はロシア語)


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Dig deeply where you stand. You are certain to find a spring there.

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 05.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
英語の名言 Today's Proverb


Dig deeply where you stand. You are certain to find a spring there.

高山樗牛 (明治時代の思想家 1871 - 1902) (原文は日本語)



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2010 Japanese summer officially hottest on record

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 04.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
  • September 3rd, 2010 1:21 am ET
The 2010 Japanese summer was the hottest since 1898, according to Japan Meteorological Agency.
Photo: (image/JMA news release)

The Japan Meteorological Agency announced that 2010 average summer temperatures across the country were the hottest on their over 100 year long record.

According to a September 1st JMA press release, the average temperature during the three month period of June to August was 1.64°C higher than a 30-year average for the same period. While June and July were hotter than normal, at +1.24°C and +1.42°C respectively, August temperatures pushed the record to the top of the books with an average of +2.25°C. Tracking began in 1898; the previous hottest summer was in 1994, when temperatures were 1.36°C above the average.

The regions that saw the greatest deviation from the average were concentrated towards the northeast  part of the nation and along the Sea of Japan.

The JMA stated that reasons for the soaring temperatures included a lack of cooling from the Sea of Okhotsk, westerlies near Japan concentrating further north and a covering of high pressure systems from the Pacific Ocean, as well as lingering effects from El Nino. The Agency added that it is believed this year’s weather also shows the effects of greenhouse gases and global warming.

The unusual summer has remained consistently in the Japanese news, due both to broken temperature records and to heat-related trouble.

Read more news from Japan by the Japan Headlines Examiner

英語の名言 Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 04.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Being inspired and having a good eye is vital, but the crucial ability is to keep striving without agonizing over it.

羽生善治 (棋士 1970- ) (原文は日本語)




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英語の名言 Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 03.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
It requires strength and courage to swim against the stream, while any dead fish can float with it.

サミュエル・スマイルズ(イギリスの作家 1812-1904) (原文は英語)




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Household power consumption hits record in July

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 20.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
NHK WORLD


Household power consumption hits record in July

Electricity consumption in Japanese households hit a record high for July, as the hot weather pushed up demand for air conditioning.

Japan's Federation of Electric Power Companies says 10 power companies across the country sold 22.582 billion kilowatt-hours to households last month. The amount is up 6.1 percent from a year earlier, and the largest-ever for the month since the survey began in 1972.

The rise is attributed to scorching spells of heat mainly in eastern Japan, with daytime highs exceeding 35 degrees Celsius.

The federation says household power consumption in August is also expected to reach a record high because the hot days are continuing.

2010/08/19 15:51(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 18.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.

マハトマ・ガンジー(インドの宗教家・独立運動指導者 1869-1948)

蚊をひきつける7つの理由 7 Reasons mosquitoes love you

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 17.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
蚊をひきつける7つの理由 7 Reasons mosquitoes love you

Cited from: http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/health/7-reasons-mosquitoes-love-you-2177889/

You’re not crazy – you might be a magnet for these annoying insects. Stop scratching and read these seven common reasons they just can’t get enough of you.


1. You always wear dark colors. Mosquitoes evolved to hunt for mammals, whose hides and fur are typically dark, says entomologist Grayson Brown, PhD. During field experiments, Brown’s lab workers wear white―a less attractive shade.

13 strange quirks about your body



2. You spritz on floral fragrance. Mosquitoes also feed on flower nectar for energy to fly and sting. Smell too much like a rose and they’ll mistake you for one.

Smells that boost your health



3. You unwind with beer. A recent French study found that beer drinkers attracted 63% more mosquitoes than water sippers. The alcohol affects breath and body odor; more research is needed on other types of alcohol, like wine and cocktails.

16 unexpected things that can make you smell



4. You’re pregnant. Mothers-to-be are twice as attractive as their nonpregnant counterparts, according to researchers. Women in late stages of pregnancy will exhale at a volume of 21% more, attracting the carbon dioxide– and moisture-loving mosquitoes. They also tend to have slightly higher body temperatures, which may help mosquitoes to detect them more easily.

12 ways to lower blood pressure naturally



5. You love a good bird bath. Even small amounts of standing water―like the overflow in a flowerpot or a puddle from the rain―can attract mosquitoes. To cut down on unwelcome backyard visitors, get rid of unnecessary water, change bird bath water at least once a week, cut grass regularly, and keep swimming pools covered when you’re not using them.

8 scary healthy risks in your own backyard

6. You’re a night owl. Mosquitoes are most active during evenings, nighttime, and dawn, when they tend to go “hunting” for their next meal. Eat your nighttime snack inside to avoid becoming one yourself.

6 clues you’re sleep deprived

7. You’re working up a sweat. Scientists at Yale University have found that mosquitoes can pick up a chemical in human sweat. It can also make your repellent wear off faster, so be sure to reapply.

Sex has an important role in brain development

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 17.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
性交渉は大人の脳の成長を促進する
Sex has an important role in brain development

Cited from: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0002553

Jarid1c, an X-linked gene coding for a histone demethylase, plays an important role in brain development and function. Notably, JARID1C mutations cause mental retardation and increased aggression in humans. These phenotypes are consistent with the expression patterns we have identified in mouse brain where Jarid1c mRNA was detected in hippocampus, hypothalamus, and cerebellum. Jarid1c expression and associated active histone marks at its 5′end are high in P19 neurons, indicating that JARID1C demethylase plays an important role in differentiated neuronal cells. We found that XX mice expressed Jarid1c more highly than XY mice, independent of their gonadal types (testes versus ovaries). This increased expression in XX mice is consistent with Jarid1c escape from X inactivation and is not compensated by expression from the Y-linked paralogue Jarid1d, which is expressed at a very low level compared to the X paralogue in P19 cells. Our observations suggest that sex-specific expression of Jarid1c may contribute to sex differences in brain function.

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 17.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Only people capable of deep love can experience deep grief as well.

トルストイ(ロシアの作家 1828-1910) (原文はロシア語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 16.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Love is a lovely flower, but we must have the courage to go and pluck it from the edge of a frightening precipice.

スタンダール(フランスの作家 1783-1842) (原文はフランス語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 15.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
A person who commits a mistake and doesn't correct it is committing another mistake.

孔子(中国の思想家 BC551-479) 原文は中国語

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 14.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

アルフレッド・テニスン(イギリスの詩人 1809-1892) (原文は英語)




'tis:  it isの縮約形

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 13.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
There's beggary in the love that can be reckon'd.

ウィリアム・シェイクスピア(劇作家 1564-1616) (原文は英語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 12.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
A person who commits a mistake and doesn't correct it is committing another mistake.

孔子(中国の思想家 BC551-479) 原文は中国語

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 11.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Never despair, but, if you do, work on in despair.

エドマンド・バーク(イギリスの政治家 1729-1797) (原文は英語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 10.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Courage is a virtue poised between cowardice and recklessness.

ミゲル・デ・セルバンテス(スペインの作家1547-1616) (原文はスペイン語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 09.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.

エルバート・ハバード(アメリカの文筆家 1856-1915) (原文は英語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 08.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
To cultivate bravery, you must endeavor to nurture not only the boldness to forge ahead but also the calm courage to retreat and stand your ground. True bravery is a combination of the two.

新渡戸稲造(教育者・農学博士1862-1933) (原文は日本語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 07.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear ― not absence of fear.

マーク・トウェイン(アメリカの小説家 1835-1910) (原文は英語)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 06.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
 
Readily usable people become readily useless. [Translation by RP]

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 05.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
 
It's a matter of heart. Words can't explain it.

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 04.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
 
Believe in yourself, and your dreams will come true.

Half of new recruits reluctant to work overseas

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 04.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
NHK WORLD
2010/08/03 07:43(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)
Cited: http://www.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/03_03.html


Half of new recruits reluctant to work overseas

A survey shows that nearly half of this year's new recruits at Japanese companies are reluctant to work overseas.

The SANNO Institute of Management conducted the online nationwide survey in June. 400 new employees responded.

49 percent of the respondents said they were unwilling to work abroad.

The figure is up almost 13 percentage points from the previous survey 3 years ago and is the highest since the first survey a decade ago.

When asked the reasons for their reluctance, 56 percent, the largest group, cited the high risks of overseas assignments. 54 percent said they are not confident about their abilities. 44 percent said they find foreign countries unattractive.

The institute says it is worrying that a growing number of new recruits do not want to work overseas amid the ongoing corporate globalization.

It adds that it is vital for companies to promote overseas assignments by explaining their foreign strategies more clearly and having young employees work abroad, even for short periods.

2010/08/03 07:43(JST)
(JST: UTC+9hrs.)

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 03.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
The future is yours. Never give up.

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 02.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback

Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 01.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback

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Figure out what you think is the best.




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Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 31.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
Any fool can criticize, condemn,
and complain - and most fools do.
            Dale Carnegie

どんな馬鹿でも批判し、非難し、
不平不満を言うことができる。
そして、大抵の馬鹿はそうする。
                    デール・カーネギー

この名言の意味するところは

批判をしている暇があったら、
もっと他のことにエネルギーを使えってことですね。
批判ばかりしている人で
成功している人ってあまりいませんよね。

ワンポイント英語講座
condemnはcritisizeよりも強く非難する
感じになります。「糾弾する」という意味です。





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Today's Proverb

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 30.2010 本日の英語の名言、ことわざ maxims   0 comments   0 trackback
昨日のデール・カーネギーに続いて同じようなことわざを


There is no way to happiness; happiness is the way.
幸せへの道などない。幸せが道なのだ。

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