2013年05月18日

32回sanroppaS Englishの解説!

☆主題★
1、私は試合に勝つとは思わなかった。
I didn’t expect to win the game.
2、 私はその計画は失敗すると思った。
I’m afraid the project will fail.
3、私は彼は 医者ではないと思う。
I doubt he is a doctor.
4、私は彼女は犯罪者だと思う。
I suspect she is a criminal.
5私は真のアーティストだと思っている。
I imagine myself as a real artist.
6、私は自分を信じている。
I believe in myself
7、そんな真剣に考えないで。
Don’t take it so seriously.
8、本当にその薬は効くのかなぁ。
I wonder if this medicine works.

☆副題★
School meal in Japan
In Japan, 99% of elementary school students and 82% of junior high school students eat school lunch.Parents pay 250 to 300 yen per meal for the cost of the ingredients, with labour costs being funded by local authorities. The tradition started in the early 20th century. After World War II, which brought near-famine conditions to Japan, the provision of school lunches was re-introduced in urban areas, initially with skimmed milk powder and later flour donated by an American charity. School lunch was extended to all elementary schools in Japan in 1952 and, with the enactment of the School Lunch Law, to junior high schools in 1954.
Usually, all meals provided on a given day are identical for all pupils of a Japanese school. The menu is planned by dieticians and changes daily. The average menu has gone through a large deal of change since the basic meals of the 1950s, as Japan grew economically.School lunches were traditionally based on bread or bread roll, bottled or cartoned milk (introduced from 1958 to replace milk powder), a dessert, and a dish which changed daily. Popular dishes from the early days included inexpensive protein sources, such as stewed bean dishes and fried white fish. Whale meat, another cheap protein, was common until the 1970s. Provisions of rice were introduced in 1976, following a surplus of (government-distributed) Japanese rice, and became increasingly frequent during the 1980s. Hamburg steak, stew and Japanese curry became staples as well. Today, school lunches are a diverse affair, including soup and side dishes. Dishes range from Asian dishes such as naengmyeon, tom yam and ma po tofu to western dishes such as spaghetti, stew and clam chowder. In the 2000s, lunches are typically served in bento boxes, with small portions of a variety of high-quality, freshly prepared foods. For homemade elementary school lunches, Japanese housewives also prepare bento boxes, typically with elaborate and playful presentation.
★affair:用事、仕事(エアフェアと読んでましたが、正しくはアフェアです)★
enactment:制定、立法
pupil:生徒
naengmyeon:ネンミョン、冷麺
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