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tony
  • On the bed, I was thinking what I should do today.
  • In bed, I was thinking what I should do today.
  • "On a/the bed" is a literal description of your location. "In bed" is a description of a situation; the fact of not having gotten up out of the bed.
”On a/the bed”is a literal description of your location. "In bed" is a description of the situation; the fact of not having gotten up out of the bed.

"in bed" "on a/ the bed"

Dec 29, 2013 06:23 Public Have a Nice Day!
tony
Yes, I believe that my English sentence is a good translation, although "prejudge" has connotations that you may not have intended. Here is a closer translation: "What some adults think/feel about other people is influenced by their own...
"some adult" = 「とある大人」
"Some of the adults in the room" = 「部屋にいる大人の一部」, but you can only use "some of" before a phrase which specifies a particular group of adults, not before "adults" by itself.

some adults vs some of adults

May 28, 2013 02:48 Public Hi all of you.
tony

英語の質問の作り方

僕が勉強していた言語のなかで、母国語の英語は質問の作り方が一番変だと思います。 Among the languages I have studied, I think my own native language, English, has the strangest way of forming questions. 英語でどう言明を質問に変化するか説明してみたいです。 I would like to explain how to change an ass...

Mar 5, 2013 00:14 Public 英語の質問の作り方
Chewyee
  • I think it means I can change it to good points.
  • I think it means that I have room for improvement.
  • Room for improvement = 進歩の余地
進歩の余地
tony
Did you mean to include a link to a website? = 「ウェブサイトのリンクを(この日記に)入れたつもりですか?」 found ~ = ~を見つけた found out about ~ = ~を知りました I found out about a beautiful butterfly when I went to England. イギリスへ行ったときは、美しい蝶々を知りました。 Other possible transl...
Other possible translations of 知りました: became acquainted with, came to know (about), learned of, was introduced to, was told about
shadow12345
  • When I was in English school, I had a question "talk about the person next to you" .
  • When I was in an/the English school, I had was given a the question "talk about the person next to you" .
was given
tony
  • When he was 7years, He started reading a book which novels or histories, and he liked more reading human's feeling than a rational mind.
  • When he was 7 years old, he started reading novels and histories, but he liked reading about people's feelings more than rational arguments.
  • "arguments" means 「理路」 in this sentence.
people's feeling more than rational arguments

rational argument

Jun 15, 2012 00:00 Public Rousseau ①
tony
  • This time, for the school, I learned about Rousseau who philosopher(thinker).
  • Recently, for the school, I learned about Rousseau as a philosopher. [Alternatives: "... I learned about Rousseau's philosophy" "... I learned about Rousseau's philosophical thinking/thought/thoughts."]
Alternatives

Jun 14, 2012 23:57 Public Rousseau ①
tony
  • Do you know about Rousseau who philosopher?
  • Do you know about the philosopher Rousseau?
  • You would have to say "...Rousseau, who was a philosopher", but "the philosopher Rousseau" is shorter and easier.

Jun 14, 2012 23:51 Public Rousseau ①
KULAH
O Can I say it again? O I will think keep these sentences in my head until I memorize them completely.
Help

Jun 8, 2012 14:28 Public What's make your happiness?

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