果粒 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

3小段中翻英,為出國經驗分享 請大家幫幫我

摁....希望不要有純翻譯網站的答案出現,因為是要上台報告的

我想先和這網站對過在上場

上個暑假,我和我表姊去日本東京旅行。一方面是幫親戚帶小孩、一方面去體驗日本的生活。

這裡的生活讓我回味無窮,空氣很好、天空很藍,比台灣乾淨很多,地板上幾乎沒什麼垃圾,人們的生活步調有一些快。或許是因為大眾運輸很方便,所以街上幾乎沒有什麼機車,汽車也比台灣少。東西很好吃,雖然有一點貴但是吃得很滿足。

但就算是這樣,我還是很懷念台灣人車爭道,偶爾地板有垃圾跟狗大便,或許因為台灣是我的家鄉吧

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  • 1 decade ago
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    3小段中翻英,為出國經驗分享 請大家幫幫我:

    The previous summer vacation, I and I show the elder sister to go to the Japanese Tokyo to travel. On the one hand is helps the relative to take care of the child, to experience Japan's life at the same time. Here life lets me provide much food for thought that the air is very good, the sky to be very blue, is cleaner than many Taiwan, on the floor does not have any trash nearly, people's life step has quickly some. Perhaps is because the populace transport are very convenient, therefore on the street does not have what locomotive nearly, the automobile are also less than Taiwan. The thing is very delicious, although has a point to be expensive, but eats very much satisfiedly. But is this, I very much fondly remember Taiwan people Che Zheng saying that occasionally the floor has trash with the dog bowel movement, because perhaps Taiwan is my hometown

    Source(s): 我自己
  • 1 decade ago

    Last summer vacation, my cousin and i traveled to Tokyo, Japan. On the one hand, we helped our relatives to look after his/her children, but on the other hand we were to experience the life in Japan.

    The aftertaste of those days were still lasting. The air was fresh, the sky was blue, and there were cleaner than Taiwan, you can barely find a piece of trash. People live at a quick pace. You can barely see a motorcycle on the street, compare to Taiwan, cars were also fewer. Perhaps it's because their public transportation were very convenient. Although the foods were a little bit too expensive, they were very delicious and satisfied.

    But after all, i still miss the way Taiwanese use to live and sometimes find trashes or feces of dogs were somewhere on the street, maybe it's because Taiwan is my hometown.

    Source(s): 自己
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