儂乕儉儁乕僕偵栠傞

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣揧嶍丂係侽侾亅係侾侽

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽侾(16 Jan 07) (12 March 07) (31 Mar 08) (18 May 08) (20 Jan 09)

(10 Dec 09) (14 Feb 11) (15 June 13)(29 June 14) (20 February 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俀 (16 Nov 06) (19 May 08) (21 Jan 09) (12 Dec 09) (14 Feb 11)

丂丂丂丂丂丂丂丂丂丂 (19 June 14) (21 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俁 (9 Jan 07) (29 Mar 08) (19 May 08) (22 Jan 09) (12 Dec 09)

(15 Feb 11) (9 June 14) (22 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽係 (23 Jan 07) (20 May 08) (25 Jan 09) (16 Dec 09) (15 Feb 11)

(14 Sept 11) (14 July 14) (23 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俆 (3 March 07) (21 May 08) (27 Jan 09) (18 Dec 09) (15 Feb 11)f

                     (21 July 14) (24 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俇 (23 Jan 07) (22 May 08) (31 Jan 09) (19 Dec 09) (21 Feb 11)

                     (21 July 14) (26 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俈 (22 Jan 07) (24 May 08) (29 Jan 09) (22 Dec 09) (21 Feb 11)

(1 Sept 12) (26 Feb 19) (27 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俉 (11 Jan 07) (25 May 08) (1 Feb 09) (25 Dec 09) (22 Feb 11)

                     (18 Aug 14)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俋 (15 Nov 06) (26 May 08) (2 Feb 09) (25 Dec 09) (23 Feb 11)

(29 Sept 12) (18 Aug 14) (28 Feb 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侾侽 (1 Feb 07) (27 May 08) (3 Feb 09) (5 Jan 10) (23 Feb 11) (1 Sept 14)

                     (2 March 19)

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽侾

 

侾侽寧侾係擔丄侾俆擔偵峴傢傟偨撉攧怴暦幮偺慡崙悽榑挷嵏偱丄棃擭偐傜巒傑傞丄偄傢備傞乽抍夠偺悽戙乿偺恖偨偪偺戝検戅怑偑擔杮偺幮夛傗宱嵪偵乽塭嬁傪梌偊傞乿偲摎偊偨恖偑丄乽戝偄偵乿乽懡彮偼乿傪崌傢偣偰俈俉亾偵払偟偨丅嬶懱揑撪梕乮暋悢夞摎乯傪暦偄偨偲偙傠丄乽幮夛曐忈旓偺媼晅偑憹偊丄尰栶悽戙偺晧扴偑偝傜偵憹偊傞乿偑俇俆亾偱丄嵟傕懡偔丄師偼丄乽媄弍傗宱尡偑堷偒宲偑傟偢丄擔杮偺亀傕偺偯偔傝亁偑悐戅偡傞乿乮俆侽亾乯偱偁偭偨丅

 

撉彂偐傜偺搳峞丂侾侽乮Suzume, 20 February 19

 

In a nationwide survey conducted by Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper on October 14 and 15, a total of 78 percent of respondents answered that the mass retiring of the postwar baby-boom generation starting next year would "greatly" or "somewhat" influence Japanese economy and society.

The specific contents of the influences of the mass withdrawal of the postwar baby-boom generation were as follows (multiple answers).

 

A total of 65 percent of the respondents answered that expenditures on social security benefits would likely increase, thereby increasing a burden on the working generation.

 

A total of 50 percent of the respondents answered that Japan's core manufacturing technology would decline because the skills and experiences required on the front line of manufacturing would not be passed down.

 

揧嶍

 

In a nationwide survey conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper on October 14 and 15, a total of 78 percent of respondents answered that the massive retiring of the postwar baby-boom generation starting next year would "greatly" or "somewhat" influence Japanese economy and society.

 

The specific contents of the influences mentioned by the respondents of the mass withdrawal of the postwar baby-boom generation were as follows (multiple answers):.

 

·  A total of 65 percent of the respondents answered that expenditures on social security benefits would likely increase, thereby increasing a burden on the working generation.

 

·  A total of 50 percent of the respondents answered that Japan's core manufacturing technology would decline because the skills and experiences required on the front line of manufacturing would not be passed on the the next generation down.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

In a nationwide survey conducted by theYomiuri Shimbun newspaper on October 14 and 15, a total of 78 percent of respondents answered that the massive retiring of the postwar baby-boom generation starting next year would "greatly" or "somewhat" influence Japanese economy and society.

 

The specific contents of the influence mentioned by the respondents were as follows (multiple answers):

 

·  A total of 65 percent of the respondents answered that expenditures on social security benefits would likely increase, thereby increasing a burden on the working generation.

 

·  A total of 50 percent of the respondents answered that Japan's core manufacturing technology would decline because the skills and experiences required on the front line of manufacturing would not be passed on the the next generation .

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俋乮Lucca, 29 June 14

 

As a mass retirement of baby-boomers is expected to start from next year, the Yomiuri New Paper conducted a nationwide survey on October 14 and 15 on its impact on the Japanese economy and society. According to the survey, 78 percent of people believed that this retirement would have deep or some impact on the Japanese society and economy. 

 

The reasons that they pointed out were the following:

 

(1) An increasing payment for the social security would lead to put more burden on young generation's shoulder (65%), and

 

(2) Japan's manufacturing industries would decline as the traditional production techniques and experiences would not be handed down to the younger generation (50%).

 

揧嶍

 

As a mass retirement of baby-boomers is expected to start from next year, the Yomiuri Newspaper New Paper conducted a nationwide survey on October 14 and 15 on its impact on the Japanese economy and society. According to the survey, 78 percent of people believed that this mass retirement would have deep or some impact on the Japanese society and economy and society. 

 

The reasons that they pointed out were the following:

 

(1) An increasing payment for the social security programs would lead to put more burden on the young generation's shoulder (65%), and

 

(2) Japan's manufacturing industries would decline as the traditional production techniques and experiences would not be handed down to the younger generation (50%).

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅傢偐傝傗偡偄暥復偺峔惉偱偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

As a mass retirement of baby-boomers is expected to start next year, the Yomiuri Newspaper  conducted a nationwide survey on October 14 and 15 on its impact on the Japanese economy and society. According to the survey, 78 percent of people believed that this mass retirement would have deep or some impact on the Japanese economy and society. 

 

The reasons that they pointed out were the following:

 

(1) An increasing payment for the social security programs would put more burden on the young generation (65%), and

 

(2) Japan's manufacturing industries would decline as the traditional production techniques and experiences would not be handed down to the younger generation (50%).

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俉乮OKEN, 15 June 13

 

According to The Yomiuri Shinbun's opinion polls conducted nationwide on October 14 and 15, 78 percent of Japanese people answered 乬affect materially乭 or 乬affect more or less乭 on the question whether the mass retirement of Japan's "baby boomers" beginning next year would affect Japanese society or economy. The concrete content was as follows. The highest opinion (65 percent of the answers) was 乬Social security payment will increase and burden on the generations still working increase accordingly.乭 The second highest opinion (50 percent of the answers) was 乬Technologies and experiences that "baby boomers" have had are not taken over to current generations and Japanese 乬manufacturing technology乭 will decline.

 

揧嶍

 

According to a survey by Tthe Yomiuri Shinbun's opinion polls Newspaper conducted nationwide on October 14 and 15, a total of 1 78 percent of Japanese people answered 乬will affect significantly materially乭 or 乬will affect more or less乭 on the question whether or not2 the mass retirement of Japan's "baby boomers" beginning next year would affect Japanese society and or economy. The concrete contents of these answers were was as follows. The largest number of highest opinions (65 percent of the answers) was ,Social security payments will increase and the burden on the working generations still working will increase accordingly.乭 The second largest number of highest opinions (50 percent of the answers) was, 乬Technologies and experiences that the "baby boomers" have had are not carried taken over to the next current generations and the capability of Japanese manufacturing technology will decline.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       悢帤偑懕偔偲撉傒偵偔偄偺偱a total of ~傪擖傟傞偲椙偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       幙栤偱偁傞偙偲偑偼偭偒傝偟傑偡丅

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

According to a survey by the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper conducted nationwide on October 14 and 15, a total of 78 percent of Japanese people answered 乬will affect significantly乭 or 乬will affect more or less乭 on the question whether or not the mass retirement of Japan's "baby boomers" beginning next year would affect Japanese society and economy. The concrete contents of these answers were as follows. The largest number of opinions (65 percent of the answers) was, 乬Social security payments will increase and the burden on the working generations will increase accordingly.乭 The second largest number of t opinions (50 percent of the answers) was, 乬Technologies and experiences that the "baby boomers" have had are not carried over to the next generations and the capability of Japanese manufacturing technology will decline.乭

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮mxtomi, 14 February 11

 

On October 14 and 15, The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper conducted a national poll which included a question about impacts of mass retirement of baby boomers starting next year on Japan乫s society and economy. Seventy-eight % of the respondents replied that it would have some or significant impacts. To be more specific, sixty-five % of them (multiple answers allowed) pointed out that the mass retirement would increase social security payments, placing a even heavier tax burden on the generations still working. Fifty % of them expressed concern that Japan乫s time honored 乬Shop-floor Manufacturing Technology乭 would decline because of the difficulty of handing down such traditional technologies and experiences.

 

揧嶍

 

On October 14 and 15, The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper conducted a national poll which included a question about impacts of mass retirement of baby boomers starting next year on Japan乫s society and economy. Seventy-eight % percent of the respondents replied that it would have some or significant impacts. To be more specific, sixty-five % percent of them (multiple answers were allowed) pointed out that the mass retirement would increase social security payments, placing an even heavier tax burden on the generations still working. Fifty percent % of them expressed concern that Japan乫s time honored 乬Shop-floor Manufacturing Technology乭 would decline because the mass retirement would make it difficult to of the difficulty of handing down such traditional technologies and experiences to the younger generations1.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       嬪傛傝愡偵偟偨傎偆偑暥復偺掁傝崌偄偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On October 14 and 15, The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper conducted a national poll which included a question about impacts of mass retirement of baby boomers starting next year on Japan乫s society and economy. Seventy-eight percent of the respondents replied that it would have some or significant impacts. To be more specific, sixty-five percent of them (multiple answers were allowed) pointed out that the mass retirement would increase social security payments, placing an even heavier tax burden on the generations still working. Fifty percent  of them expressed concern that Japan乫s time honored 乬Shop-floor Manufacturing Technology乭 would decline because the mass retirement would make it difficult to hand down such traditional technologies and experiences to the younger generations.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮偝偔傜丄10 December 09

 

From October 14th through 15th, Yomiuri Shinbun conducted a nationwide survey to investigate how much people think the mass retirement of the baby boomers, which starts next year, would affect Japanese society and economy. The combined percentage of respondents who said 乬fairly乭 or 乬somehow乭 reached 78 percent. Being asked to give further detailed reasons (in term of multiple-response allowed), 65 percent of respondents said 乬because the burden on the current workers would increase due to the growth of social welfare expenses乭, followed by 50 percent saying 乬because the techniques and experiences of baby boomers would not be taken over to the next generation and Japan乫s manufacturing tradition would fade away乭.

 

揧嶍

 

From On October 14th and through 15th, the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper conducted a nationwide survey to investigate how much to what extent1, people think, the mass retirement of the baby boomers, which starts next year, would affect Japanese society and economy. The combined percentage of respondents who said 乬fairly to a large extent乭 or 乬somehow to some extent乭 reached 78 percent. Being asked to give further detailed reasons for the effects (in term of multiple-response allowed), 65 percent of respondents said, 乬because the burden on the current workers would increase due to the growth of social welfare expenses乭, followed by 50 percent saying, 乬because the skills techniques and experiences of baby boomers would not be carried taken over to the next generation and Japan乫s manufacturing tradition would be weakened fade away乭.

 

僐儊儞僩

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       摎偊偺慖戰巿偑乽戝偄偵塭嬁偑偁傞乿丄乽懡彮偼塭嬁偑偁傞乿丄乽傑偭偨偔塭嬁偑側偄乿偺嶰偮偲偟偰丄to a large extent, to some extent, to no extent (or nil)偲昞尰偡傞偙偲偑偱偒傑偡丅偙偺慖戰巿偵偁傢偣傞偨傔偵丄幙栤偺傎偆傕to what extent偲偟傑偟偨丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On October 14th and 15th, the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper conducted a nationwide survey to investigate to what extent, people think, the mass retirement of the baby boomers, which starts next year, would affect Japanese society and economy. The combined percentage of respondents who said 乬 to a large extent乭 or 乬 to some extent乭 reached 78 percent. Being asked to give reasons for the effects (in term of multiple-response allowed), 65 percent of respondents said, 乬because the burden on the current workers would increase due to the growth of social welfare expenses乭, followed by 50 percent saying, 乬because the skills and experiences of baby boomers would not be carried over to the next generation and Japan乫s manufacturing tradition would be weakened 乭.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮Speedy, 20 January 09

 

On October 14 and 15, Yomiuri New paper conducted a nationwide survey on the retirement to start from next year because a large amount of people so called 乬baby boomer乭 were close to retire. 78 percents of people answered 乬much乭 and 乬rather乭 about the retirees would have an effect on Japanese society and economy. The specific reasons pointing out this problem in multiple answers were that 65 percents of people answered to increase a benefit of a social security payment and to force the young generation to bear a burden of a tax charge. It was followed by that 50 percents of people answered to decline 乬shop-floor production乭 which Japan can be proud of due to the difficulty to hand over traditional production techniques and experiences.

 

揧嶍

 

On October 14 and 15, the Yomiuri New paper conducted a nationwide survey on an impact of the massive retirement to start from next year on the Japanese economy and society1. The number of retirees will be huge because a large amount of people who are so called 乬baby boomer乭 will start retiring were close to retire. In the survey2, 78 percents of people answered  that3 乬much乭 and 乬rather乭about the massive retirement retirees would have an significant or some effects on the Japanese society and economy. Tthe specific reasons for these impacts pointing out this problem in (multiple answers) were that (1) 65 percents of people answered to the massive retirement would increase the amount of a benefit of a social security payment and to force the younger generation to bear the burden of these costs (65% of the survey respondents) a burden of a tax charge. It was followed by that 50 percents of people answered and (2) the competitiveness of Japan乫s manufacturing sector would to decline 乬shop-floor production乭 which Japan can be proud of due to the difficulty to hand over traditional production techniques and experiences to the younger generation (50% of the respondents)4.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄傢偐傜側偄偲偙傠偑偁傝傑偡丅

 

1.       挷嵏偺撪梕偼抍夠悽戙偺戝検戅怑偺塭嬁偱偡偐傜丄偙偺偙偲傪愭偢偼偭偒傝偲彂偔偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       78 percent of people ~偲偄偆傛偆偵悢帤偱暥傪巒傔傞偲丄偙偙偑暥偺巒傑傝偲傢偐傝偵偔偄偺偱揧嶍偺傛偆側偍傑偗傪慜偵晅偗壛偊傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       that愡傪巊偆偲傢偐傝傗偡偄暥偺峔憿偵側傝傑偡丅

 

4.       僷乕僙儞僩偲撪梕偺擇偮傪惍棟偡傞曽朄偺堦偮偼丄揧嶍偺傛偆偵愭偢撪梕傪彂偄偰偐傜丄僷乕僙儞僩傪晅偗壛偊傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On October 14 and 15, the Yomiuri New paper conducted a nationwide survey on an impact of the massive retirement to start next year on the Japanese economy and society. The number of retirees will be huge because a large amount of people who are called 乬baby boomer乭 will start retiring. In the survey, 78 percent of people answered that the massive retirement would have significant or some effects on the Japanese society and economy. The  specific reasons for these impacts (multiple answers) were that (1) the massive retirement would increase the amount of social security payment and force the younger generation to bear the burden of these costs (65% of the survey respondents) and (2) the competitiveness of Japan乫s manufacturing sector would decline due to the difficulty to hand over traditional production techniques and experiences to the younger generation (50% of the respondents).

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮娾偪傖傫丄18 May 08

 

The Yomiuri Shimbun conducted a nationwide poll on October 14 and 15. The baby boomer generation what is called will begin to retire in large numbers from next year. Seventy-eight percent of respondents answered that a great number of retirement will affect much or rather a Japanese society and economy. As concrete opinions (multiple answers allowed), 65 % of respondents answered that the generations still working would bear more burden because of increasing benefits in social security payment. This was the most opinion. Fifty percent of respondents answered that Japanese splendid skill of making industrial products would weaken because the next generation cannot take over skills and experience that have been achieved thus far. This was the second most opinion.

 

揧嶍

 

The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper conducted a nationwide poll on October 14 and 15 on the impact of a massive retirement of baby boomers on Japan乫s society and economy1. The baby boomer generation what is called will begin to retire in large numbers from next year. Seventy-eight percent of the respondents answered that a great number of retirement will affect much or rather a the Japanese society and economy much or to some extent. As for concrete effects of the retirement opinions (multiple answers were allowed), sixty-five 65  percent2 % of the respondents answered that the generations still working will would bear more a higher proportion of social costs such as burden because of increasing benefits in social security payments. This was the most opinion. Fifty percent of the respondents answered that the Japanese advantage of excellent splendid skills in of making industrial productsion will would be weakened because the next generation cannot take over all of the skills and experience that have been achieved thus far. This was the second most opinion.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       僉乕僙儞僥儞僗側偺偱偙偺挷嵏偺梫揰傪偙偙偱婰弎偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       僷乕僙儞僩偺婰弎宍幃傪暥復慡懱偱摑堦偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper conducted a nationwide poll on October 14 and 15 on the impact of a massive retirement of baby boomers on Japan乫s society and economy. The baby boomer generation will begin to retire in large numbers next year. Seventy-eight percent of the respondents answered that a great number of retirement will affect the Japanese society and economy much or to some extent. As for concrete effects of the retirement (multiple answers were allowed), sixty-five percent of the respondents answered that the generations still working will bear a higher proportion of social costs such as social security payments.  Fifty percent of the respondents answered that the Japanese advantage of excellent skills in  industrial production will be weakened because the next generation cannot take over all of the skills and experience that have been achieved thus far.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮偮傇偁傫偙丄31 March 08

 

The nationwide poll was conducted by the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper on October 14 and 15. The poll asked about a huge number of retirements of so calledbaby-boomers. They were born in around 1950 and their retirements would start the next year. According to the poll, seventy-eight percent of the respondents answered that their retirements would have 乬a great deal of乭 or 乬moderate乭 influences on Japanese society and economy. The poll also asked the specific reasons for the influences in multiple answer form. The most common reason, 65% of the respondents answered, was that the payment of the social security would increase and the increments would bring further rises of the burden on the working generation. The second common reason, 50% of the respondents answered, was that technologies and experiences of the boomers would not be carried on to the next generation and Japanese tradition of manufacturing would decline.

 

揧嶍

 

The nationwide poll was conducted by the Yomiuri Shinmbun1 Newspaper on October 14 and 15. The poll asked about2 on a possible impact of a large-scale huge number of retirements of so calledbaby-boomers. They The baby-boomers were born in and around 1950 and their retirements would will start the next year. According to the poll, seventy-eight percent of the respondents answered that their retirements would have 乬a great deal of乭 or 乬moderate 乬influences impact on Japanese society and economy. The poll also asked the specific reasons for the influences impact in a multiple answer form. The most common reason, (65% of the respondents answered3), was that the payment of from the social security programs would increase and the this increase, in turn, increments would bring lead to a further rises of in the contribution to the social insurance programs by the burden on the working generations. The second common reason, (50% of the respondents answered), was that technologies skills and experiences of the baby-boomers would not be carried passed on to the next generations and the Japanese tradition of excellence in manufacturing would decline.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄the payment of the social security would increase and the increments would bring further rises of the burden on the working generation偺晹暘偺場壥娐宍偑傢偐傝傑偣傫丅揧嶍偺傛偆側愢柧傪壛偊傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

1.       擔杮偺怴暦柤偺塸岅昞婰偵偼Shimbun偲倣傪巊偆偲偙傠偑偍偍偄偱偡丅僿儃儞幃儘乕儅帤偱偼側偔敪壒傪婰偟偨傕偺偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       悽榑挷嵏偺撪梕偵偮偄偰偺楙廗栤戣偑懡偄偱偡偑丄乽AB偵偮偄偰偺悽榑挷嵏傪偟偨丅寢壥偼師偺偲偍傝偱偁傞丅乿偲撪梕傪傑偲傔傞偺傕堦偮偺曽朄偱偡丅

 

3.       偙偺憓擖嬪偼姰寢偟偨暥側偺偱妵屖偵擖傟傞偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The nationwide poll was conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper on October 14 and 15 on a possible impact of a large-scale retirement of so calledbaby-boomers乭. The baby-boomers were born in and around 1950 and their retirement will start next year. According to the poll, seventy-eight percent of the respondents answered that their retirement would have 乬a great deal of乭 or 乬moderate 乬impact on Japanese society and economy.

 

The poll also asked specific reasons for the impact in a multiple answer form. The most common reason (65% of the respondents answered) was that the payment from the social security programs would increase and this increase, in turn, would lead to a further rise in the contribution to the social insurance programs by the working generations. The second common reason (50% of the respondents answered) was that skills and experiences of the baby-boomers would not be passed on to the next generations and the Japanese tradition of excellence in manufacturing would decline.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮Kalo, 12 March 07

 

"How will the large-scale retirement starting in 2007 of so-called baby-boomers make an impact on Japanese society and economy?" A nationwide poll on this question was conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun on October 14 and 15. The poll showed that 78 percent of respondents thought the impact would be considerable or moderate. The poll also revealed specific reasons for their responses (multiple reasons allowed). The most common reason was "The working generation will have to shoulder more burdens including a growing cost of social security", with 65 percent. The second common reason was "There will be little chance of sharing techniques and experiences and this will make Japan's innovative manufacturing decline", with 50 percent.

 

揧嶍

 

"How will the beginning of1 large-scale retirement starting in 2007 of so-called baby-boomers in 2007 make an impact2 on Japanese society and economy?" A nationwide poll on this question was conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun on October 14 and 15. The poll showed that 78 percent of respondents thought the impact would be considerable or moderate. The poll also revealed specific reasons for their responses (multiple reasons answers allowed). The most common reason was "The working generation will have to shoulder more burdens including a growing cost of social security", with 65 percent. The second common reason was "There will be little less chances of sharing transferring techniques and experiences to the coming generations3 and this will make Japan's innovative manufacturing decline", with 50 percent.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       乽棃擭偐傜巒傑傞乿傪暥偺拞偵抁偔擖傟傛偆偲偡傞偲丄擖傟傞応強偵崲傝傑偡偹丅揧嶍偱偼the large scale retirement of so-called baby boomers偲懕偗偨偄偺偱the beginning of ~偲偟傑偟偨丅

 

2.       impact, make an impact偲摨偠堄枴偱偡偑丄偙偙偱偼暥復偑挿偄偺偱丄impact偲娙寜側昞尰偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅抁偄暥丒暥復偱偼儕僘儉傪庢傞偨傔偵傢偞偲make an impact偲挿偔昞尰偡傞偙偲傕偁傝傑偡丅

 

3.       偙偺傛偆偵愢柧傪曗懌偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

"How will the beginning of large-scale retirement of so-called baby-boomers in 2007 impact Japanese society and economy?" A nationwide poll on this question was conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun on October 14 and 15. The poll showed that 78 percent of respondents thought the impact would be considerable or moderate. The poll also revealed specific reasons for their responses (multiple answers allowed). The most common reason was "The working generation will have to shoulder more burdens including a growing cost of social security", with 65 percent. The second common reason was "There will be less chances of transferring techniques and experiences to the coming generations and this will make Japan's innovative manufacturing decline", with 50 percent.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮YASUKUN, 16 January 07

 

A nationwide poll about the large-scale retirement of "baby-boom generation" workers was conducted by Yomiuri Newspapers on October 14th and 15th. According to the poll, 78 percent respondents thought that the impact of their retirements on Japanese society or economy was "strong" or "somewhat strong".

 

To analyze the reasons why they thought like that (each respondent can have two or more reasons). The most frequent reason, which 65 percent respondents had, was "The cost of social security will become higher and the burdens to the younger generation will be more severe". And the second most frequent reason, which 50 percent respondents had, was 乬Techniques and experiences will not be handed down and Japanese乫s productivity will decline乭.

 

揧嶍

 

A nationwide poll about potential impacts of the large-scale retirement of "baby-boom generation" workers was conducted by Yomiuri Newspapers on October 14th and 15th. According to the poll, 78 percent of respondents thought that the impact of their retirements on Japanese society or and the Japanese economy was "strong" or "somewhat strong"1.

 

The respondents also gave2 To analyze the reasons why they thought like that so (each respondent can could give have two or more reasons). The most frequent reason, which 65 percent respondents had gave3, was "The cost of social security will become higher and the burdens to on the younger generation will be more severer". And the second most frequent reason, which 50 percent respondents had gave, was 乬Techniques and experiences of the retiring generation will not be handed down to the younger generation and Japanese乫s manufacturing 4 productivity will decline乭.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       擔杮暥偼怴暦婰帠傪戣嵽偵偟偰偄傑偡偑丄偙偺傛偆側婰帠偱偼撪梕偑嬅弅偝傟偰彂偐傟偰偄傞偺偱丄塸暥偱昞尰偡傞偲偒偵偼撪梕傪嵞惍棟偡傞昁梫偑偁傝傑偡丅YASUKUN偝傫偼擔杮暥偺嵟弶偺暥偺撪梕傪擇偮偵暘偗偰惍棟偟偰偄傑偡偹丅嵟弶偺塸暥偼僉乕僙儞僥儞僗偱丄慡崙悽榑挷嵏偺撪梕傪弎傋偰偄傑偡丅偙偙偱偼揧嶍偺傛偆偵potential impacts傪擖傟傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅society偼晄壛嶼柤帉側偺偱捠忢偼Japanese society偲姤帉偑偮偒傑偣傫丅堦曽丄an economy偼乽偁傞偲偙傠偺宱嵪慻怐乿傪巜偡応崌偼壜嶼柤帉偱the Japanese economy偲側傝傑偡丅偦偺偨傔偵揧嶍偱偼Japanese society and the Japanese economy偲偟傑偟偨丅弴彉傪媡偵偟偰the Japanese economy and society偲傕昞尰偱偒傑偡丅

 

2.       To analyze ~ 偼暥偑姰椆偟偰偄傑偣傫偹丅To analyze the reasons why they thought like that,(each respondent can gave have two or more reasons).偲偡傟偽暥偑姰椆偟傑偡丅揧嶍偱偼慜偺抜棊偲偺娭楢偑傛偄傛偆偵The respondents also gave ~偱暥傪巒傔傑偟偨丅

 

3.       乽乣偑俇俆亾偱丄嵟傕懡偔乿偲偄偆昞尰偼怴暦婰帠偱傛偔巊偄傑偡偑丄YASUKUN偝傫偼娭學戙柤帉偺旕尷掕梡朄乮擄偟偄暥朄梡岅偱偡偑丄娭學戙柤帉愡傪僐儞儅偱偔偔傞丄偲偄偆偙偲偱偡偹乯傪巊偭偰傢偐傝傗偡偔昞尰偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

4.       乽傕偺偯偔傝乿偲偁傞偺偱manufacturing傪擖傟傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

A nationwide poll about potential impacts of the large-scale retirement of "baby-boom generation" workers was conducted by Yomiuri Newspapers on October 14th and 15th. According to the poll, 78 percent of respondents thought that the impact of their retirements on Japanese society and the Japanese economy was "strong" or "somewhat strong".

 

The respondents also gave the reasons why they thought so (each respondent could give  two or more reasons). The most frequent reason, which 65 percent respondents gave, was "The cost of social security will become higher and the burdens on the younger generation will be severer". And the second most frequent reason, which 50 percent respondents gave, was 乬Techniques and experiences of the retiring generation will not be handed down to the younger generation and Japan乫s manufacturing productivity will decline乭.

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俀

 

晛捠壠揹惢昳偼僗僀僢僠傪僆僼偵偡傞偩偗偱揹尮偑愗傟傞丅偲偙傠偑MS僂傿儞僪僂僘偺僷僜僐儞偺揹尮傪愗傞偺偼傗傗偙偟偄丅愭偢乽僗僞乕僩乿傪墴偟偰丄乽廔椆僆僾僔儑儞乿傪僋儕僢僋偟偰丄揹尮傪愗傞偺偐丄僗僞儞僪僶僀偵偡傞偐丄嵞婲摦偡傞偺偐傪慖戰偟側偗傟偽側傜側偄丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Suzume, 21 February 19

 

In general, to shut off any home electric appliance, all you have to do is turn off its power switch. However, it is confusing to shut down a Microsoft Windows-based computer. First, you click on the button that says "Start," then you click "Exit Option," and after that, you have to select either shutting down or shifting to the "Sleep" or "Restart" modes.

 

揧嶍

 

In general, to shut off any home electric appliance, all you have to do is turn off its power switch. However, it is confusing to shut down a Microsoft Windows-based computer. First, you click on the button that says "Start," then you click "Exit Option," and after that, you have to select either shutting down or shifting to the "Sleep" or "Restart" modes.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

In general, to shut off any home electric appliance, all you have to do is turn off its power switch. However, it is confusing to shut down a Microsoft Windows-based computer. First, you click on the button that says "Start," then you click "Exit Option," and after that, you have to select either shutting down or shifting to the "Sleep" or "Restart" mode.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮Lucca, 29 June 14

 

Turning off home electronic appliances is easy. You just press the power switch of the appliances. However, the turn-off procedure of personal computers with MS windows is more complicated. You click "start" icon, select 乬turn off computer乭 icon and select again either 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 or 乬restart乭 icons. The computers finally shut down when you click "turn off" icon.

 

揧嶍

 

Turning off home electronic appliances is easy. You just press the power switch of the an appliances1. However, the turn-off procedure of personal computers with MS wWindows is more complicated. You click "start" icon, select 乬turn off computer乭 icon and select again either 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 or 乬restart乭 icons. The computers finally shuts down when you click "turn off" icon.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       椺偵嫇偘傞偲偒偼扨悢宍偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Turning off home electronic appliances is easy. You just press the power switch of an appliance. However, the turn-off procedure of personal computers with MS Windows is more complicated. You click "start" icon, select 乬turn off computer乭 icon and select again either 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 or 乬restart乭 icon. The computer finally shuts down when you click "turn off" icon.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 14 February 11

 

Most home appliances can be powered off simply by turning off the switch. Shutting down a PC running on MS Windows, however, involves somewhat confusing setup. First, you click 乬start乭 icon, then go to 乬exit option乭and finally select one option from among power off乭, 乬stand by乭 and乬reboot乭.

 

揧嶍

 

Most home appliances can be powered off simply by turning off the switch. Shutting down a PC running on MS Windows, however, involves a somewhat confusing process setup. First, you click 乬start乭 icon, then go to 乬exit option乭 and finally select one option from among power off乭, among three options 乬stand by乭 and乬reboot乭1.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       扨偵among three options偲偟偨傎偆偑傢偐傝傗偡偄偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Most home appliances can be powered off simply by turning off the switch. Shutting down a PC running on MS Windows, however, involves a somewhat confusing process . First, you click 乬start乭 icon, then go to 乬exit option乭 and finally selectpower off乭 among three options.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄12 December 09

 

Usually, you can cut the power of home appliances by flicking off the switches. But, computers with MS Windows require a more complicated procedure. First you need to click the 乬Start乭 button, then choose one button from the three 乬End Options乭 consisted of 乬Power Off乭, 乬Stand-by乭 and 乬reboot乭.

 

揧嶍

 

Usually, you can cut the power of home appliances by flicking off the switches. But, computers with MS Windows require a more complicated procedure. First you need to click the 乬Start乭 button, then choose one of three buttons from the three 乬End Options乭: consisted of 乬Power Off乭, 乬Stand-by乭 or andrReboot乭.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

僐儞僺儏乕僞偼僾儘僌儔儉偑摦偄偰偄傞偲偒偵丄偆偭偐傝乽揹尮傪愗傞乿偲巟忈偑偍偒傞偺偱偙傫側柺搢側偙偲偵偟偰偁傞偺偱偟傚偆丅揹尮儃僞儞傪墴偡偩偗偱僐儞僺儏乕僞偑巭傑傞傛偆側愝掕偵傕偱偒傑偡偗傟偳丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Usually you can cut the power of home appliances by flicking off the switches. But computers with MS Windows require a more complicated procedure. First you need to click the 乬Start乭 button, then choose one of three buttons from 乬End Options乭: 乬Power Off乭, 乬Stand-by乭 or  Reboot乭.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 21 January 09

 

We can usually cut the power supply to home electronic appliances by turning off the switch.  However, we are confused regarding a MS windows personal computer because its procedural step is different from home electronic appliances. First we press the 乬start乭 icon, next 乬turn off computer乭 icon, and last we choose 3 icons, 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 and 乬restart乭.

 

揧嶍

 

We can usually cut off the power supply to home electronic appliances by turning off the switch of an appliance. However, we are confused when we want to shut down a personal computer with regarding a MS wWindows personal computer because its procedural step is different from ordinary home electronic appliances. First we press select the 乬start乭 icon, next  select the 乬turn off computer乭 icon, and last we choose either one of the three 3 icons, 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 and or 乬restart乭1.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄嵟屻偺偲偙傠偼擔杮暥偺撪梕偲堎側傝傑偡丅

 

1.       摨偠宍幃偺撪梕偺孞傝曉偟偺偲偒偼丄孞傝曉偟偰偄傞撪梕傪徣棯偡傞偲暥偑娙扨偵側傝傑偡丅First we select and click the 乬start乭 icon, next the 乬turn off computer乭, and finally one of the 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭, or 乬restart乭 icon. 忋偺揧嶍偱偼selectchoose偺擇偮偺摦帉偑偁傞偺偱丄摦帉晹暘傑偱孞傝曉偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We can usually cut off the power supply to home electronic appliances by turning off the switch of an appliance. However, we are confused when we want to shut down a personal computer with MS Windows because its procedural step is different from ordinary home electronic appliances. First we select the 乬start乭 icon, next select the 乬turn off computer乭 icon, and last choose either one of the three icons, 乬turn off乭, 乬stand by乭 or 乬restart乭.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄19 May 08

 

When we turn off home electric appliances, their electric source is powered off. But it is confusing to turn off Windows MS-based personal computers. First of all, we click on a start button. Next, we click on an exit option button. Finally, we have to click on one of the following three buttons.

 

1.      power-off

2.      standby

3.      reboot

 

揧嶍

 

When we turn off home electric appliances, their electric source is powered off. But it is confusing to turn off a Windows MS-based personal computers. First of all, we click on a start button. Next, we click on an exit option button. Finally, we have to click on one of the following three buttons.

 

1.      power-off

2.      standby

3.      reboot

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

When we turn off home electric appliances, their electric source is powered off. But it is confusing to turn off a Windows -based personal computer. First of all, we click on a start button. Next, we click on an exit option button. Finally, we have to click on one of the following three buttons.

 

1.      power-off

2.      standby

3.      reboot

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮Hanasaki, 16 November 06

 

We can usually cut the power supply to home electric appliances just by turning off the switch. However, it is complicated in the case of MS Windows PC. First of all, we push "start " and click "exit option" . Additionally, we are needed to choose from "quit", "standby" and "reboot".

 

揧嶍

 

We can usually cut the power supply to home electric appliances just by turning off the switch. However, it is complicated in the case of for a MS Windows PC. First of all, we must select push the "start " icon and then click "exit options" . Additionally Finally1, we have are needed to choose from either "quit", "standby" and or "reboot"2.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       First, then偲懕偄偨偺偱丄偙偙偱finally偵偟傑偟傚偆丅

 

2.       we have to choose what? from ~偱偼what?偺偲偙傠偵壗偐昁梫偱偡丅we have to choose what we want to do from 乬quit乭, 乬standby乭乫 and 乬reboot乭.偲偡傞偐丄傑偨偼揧嶍偺傛偆偵偟傑偡丅偙傟偼杮摉偵柺搢偱偡偹丅傢偨偟偼尰嵼偼Windows XP Home Edition傪巊偭偰偄傑偡偑丄僐儞僩儘乕儖僷僱儖偐傜揹尮僆僾僔儑儞傪慖傃丄PC偺僗僀僢僠傪墴偡偲Windows偑廔椆偡傞傛偆偵愝掕偟傑偟偨丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We can usually cut the power supply to home electric appliances just by turning off the switch. However, it is complicated for a MS Windows PC. First of all, we must select the "start " icon and then click "exit options" . Finally, we have to choose either "quit", "standby" or "reboot".

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俁

 

怴惗帣偵愯傔傞抝帣偺斾棪偑侾俋俈侽擭戙埲崀掅壓孹岦偑懕偒丄摿偵丄庱搒寳偱尭彮偺栚棫偮偙偲偑丄弴揤摪戝妛堛妛晹偺尋媶僠乕儉偺暘愅偱柧傜偐偵側偭偨丅慡崙偱偼丄侾俋俈侾擭偵抝帣偑彈帣偺侾丒侽俈侾攞偩偭偨偑丄俀侽侽係擭偼侾丒侽俆俀攞偵掅壓偟偨丅搶嫗偼俈侽擭偑侾丒侽俈俇攞偱丄婰榐忋丄嵟傕抝帣偑懡偐偭偨偑丄俀侽侽係擭偵偼侾丒侽係俉攞偵掅壓偟偨丅抝帣尭彮偺尨場偼暘偐偭偰偄側偄丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俉乮Suzeme, 22 February 19

 

Research by the medical team at Jyuntendo Medical University revealed that the proportion newborn boys to girls overall has been on a downward trend from the 1970s onward and has been especially obvious in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the male-infant-to-female-infant ratio was 1.071 in 1971, but the ratio decreased to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.076 in 1970, which was the largest ever, but it decreased to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the decrease in this proportion is unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

Research by the a medical team at Jyuntendo Medical University revealed that the proportion1 ratio of newborn boys to girls overall has been on a downward trend since from the 1970s onward and has been especially obvious in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the male-infant-to-female-infant ratio was 1.071 in 1971, but the ratio decreased to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.076 in 1970, which was the largest ever, but it decreased to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the decrease in this proportion ratio is unknown yet.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.     摨偠帠暱偵偼摨偠昞尰傪巊偆偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Research by a medical team at Jyuntendo Medical University revealed that the 1ratio of newborn boys to girls has been on a downward trend since  the 1970s and has been especially obvious in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the male-infant-to-female-infant ratio was 1.071 in 1971, but the ratio decreased to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.076 in 1970, which was the largest ever, but it decreased to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the decrease in this ratio is unknown yet.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Lucca, 9 July 14

 

The ratio of newborn male babies has been decreasing since the 1970s. This trend is very serious especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area, according to an analysis conducted by a research team of the medical department in Jyuntendou University. Nationwide, the number of newborn male babies was 1.071 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1971, but the ratio went down to 1.052 in 2004. Different to the national trend, in 1970, the Tokyo metropolitan area recorded the highest ratio of newborn male babies which was 1.076 , but it dropped to1.048 in 2004.  Yet, the cause of the decrease is not well known.

 

揧嶍

 

The ratio of newborn male to female babies has been decreasing since the 1970s. This trend is very serious especially apparent in the Tokyo metropolitan area, according to an analysis conducted by a research team of the medical department at in Jyuntendou Medical University. Nationwide, the ratio number of newborn male babies was 1.071 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1971, but the ratio went down to 1.052 in 2004. Different to the national trend, in 19702, In the Tokyo metropolitan area, recorded the highest ratio of newborn male babies which was the highest in 1970 at 1.076 , but it dropped to1.048 by in 2004. So far Yet, the cause of the decrease has not been identified is not well known.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       傑偢偙偙偱 the ratio偺撪梕傪偼偭偒傝偝偣傑偡丅偦偟偰暥復偱偼偙偺the ratio偩偗偱摑堦偟偨傎偆偑撉傒傗偡偔側傝傑偡丅

 

2.       偙偺斾棪偑搶嫗偱傕慡崙暯嬒偲摨偠傛偆偵尭彮偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The ratio of newborn male to female babies has been decreasing since the 1970s. This trend is especially apparent in the Tokyo metropolitan area, according to an analysis conducted by a research team of the medical department at Jyuntendou Medical University. Nationwide, the ratio was 1.071 in 1971 but went down to 1.052 in 2004. In the Tokyo metropolitan area, the  ratio was the highest in 1970 at 1.076 but dropped to1.048 by 2004. So far, the cause of the decrease has not been identified.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮mxtomi, 15 February 11

 

An analysis by a research team of Medical School at Juntendo University revealed that the ratio of male babies to total newborns had been on the decline since the 1970乫s. It also says such gender imbalances are particularly noticeable in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the ratio of male babies to female babies went down from 1.071 in 1970 to 1.052 in 2004. The corresponding ratio for Tokyo which peaked in 1970 at 1.076 went down to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the declining rate of male babies is not known yet.

 

揧嶍

 

An analysis by a research team at the of Medical School at Juntendo University found revealed that the ratio of male babies to total newborns had been on the decline since the 1970乫s. The research team It also found that says such a gender imbalances was are particularly noticeable in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the ratio of male babies to female babies went down from 1.071 in 1970 to 1.052 in 2004. The corresponding ratio for Tokyo which peaked in 1970 at 1.076 went down to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the declining rate of male babies is not known yet.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

An analysis by a research team at the Medical School at Juntendo University found that the ratio of male babies to total newborns had been on the decline since the 1970乫s. The research team also found that such a gender imbalance was particularly noticeable in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the ratio of male babies to female babies went down from 1.071 in 1970 to 1.052 in 2004. The corresponding ratio for Tokyo which peaked in 1970 at 1.076 went down to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of the declining rate of male babies is not known yet.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮偝偔傜丄12 December 09

 

The number of boy babies among the newborn babies has been declining since 1970 in Japan, especially in the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area. This data came from an analysis made by a research team of the medical department at the Juntendo University. In the whole of Japan, the number of boy babies was 1.071 times larger than that of girl babies in 1971, but it fell to 1.052 times in 2004. In the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area, the ratio of boy babies to girl babies was 1.076 to 1.000 in 1970, which was the highest ratio since the data started being recorded, but it fell to 1.048 to 1.000 in 2004. The reason why the number of boy babies decreased is unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

In Japan, Tthe number of baby boys1 boy babies among the newborn babies has been declining since 1970 in Japan, especially in the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area. This data finding came out of from an analysis made by a research team of the medical department at the Juntendo University. In the whole of Japan as a whole, the number of baby boys boy babies was 1.071 times larger than that of baby girls girl babies in 1971, but it fell to 1.052 times by2 in 2004. In the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area, the ratio of baby boys boy babies to baby girls girl babies was 1.076 to 1.000 in 1970, which was the highest ratio since the data started being recorded, but it fell to 1.048 to 1.0003 in by 2004. The reason why the ratio number of boy babies decreased  has declined is not unknown yet.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       捠忢丄a baby boy, a baby girl偲尵偄傑偡丅晄巚媍偱偡偹丅

 

2.       侾俋俈侾擭偐傜彊乆偵壓偑偭偰偒偨偺偱偟傚偆丅偡傞偲乽俀侽侽係擭傑偱偵偼乿偲側傝傑偡丅

 

3.       The ratio of A to B is 0.98.偲偄偆傛偆偵昞尰偟傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

In Japan, the number of baby boys among newborn babies has been declining since 1970 , especially in the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area. This finding came out of an analysis made by a research team of the medical department at Juntendo University. In Japan as a whole, the number of baby boys was 1.071 times larger than that of baby girls in 1971, but it fell to 1.052 times by 2004. In the Great Tokyo Metropolitan area, the ratio of baby boys to baby girls was 1.076 in 1970, which was the highest ratio since the data started being recorded, but it fell to 1.048 by 2004. The reason why the ratio has declined is not known yet.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮Speedy, 22 January 09

 

A study team of the medical department in Jyuntendou University analyzed the rate of male and female in newborn babies. According to the result, the number of the newborn male baby has been decreasing since 1970 and especially there is the remarkable decrease in the areas around Tokyo. Compared with nationwide and Tokyo, in nationwide research, the rate of newborn male babies was 1.071 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1971 and decreased by 1.052 times in 2004. In Tokyo research, the rate of newborn male babies was 1.076 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1970 which was the highest record and decreased by 1.048 times in 2004. The cause of the decrease is yet unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

A study team of the medical department in Jyuntendou University analyzed the rate ratio1 of males to and females in newborn babies. According to the study result, the ratio number of the newborn male baby has been decreasing since the 1970s, and especially there is the remarkable decrease in the areas around Tokyo. Compared with nationwide and Tokyo, in nNationwide2 research, the number rate of newborn male babies was 1.071 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1971 and decreased by to 1.052 times in 2004. In Tokyo research, however, the number rate of newborn male babies was 1.076 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1970, which was the highest on record, and decreased by to 1.048 times in 2004. The cause of the decrease is yet unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄the numberthe rate偺巊梡曽朄偑晄揔奿側偺偱悢帤偺娭學偑傢偐傝傑偣傫丅

 

1.       The rate of the local property tax increased from 5.0 percent to 6.0 percent of the property value. The ratio of males to females in my English class is 1.5 (15 male students and 10 female students). 偲偄偆傛偆偵巊偄傑偡丅擇斣栚偺暥偲The number of male students in my English class is 1.5 times more than that of female students.偲撪梕揑偵摨偠偱偡丅

 

2.       Nationwide, ~. In Tokyo, ~.偲偡傞偲偲斾妑偑傢偐傝傗偡偔側傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

A study team of the medical department in Jyuntendou University analyzed the ratio of males to females in newborn babies. According to the study, the ratio has been decreasing since the 1970s, especially in the areas around Tokyo. Nationwide, the number of newborn male babies was 1.071 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1971 and decreased to 1.052 times in 2004. In Tokyo, however, the number of newborn male babies was 1.076 times more than that of newborn female babies in 1970, which was the highest on record, and decreased  to 1.048 times in 2004. The cause of the decrease is yet unknown.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮娾偪傖傫丄19 May 08

 

A research team in the Jyuntendo University's medical department analyzed the rate of boy in baby. The rate of boy trends to decrease since the 1970s and this is especially prominent in the metropolitan area. In the nationwide survey, the number of boys was 1.071 time more than that of girls in 1971. The number of boys decreased by 1.052 time in 2004. In Tokyo, the number of boys was 1.076 time in 1970. This was the highest record, but decreased by 1.048 time in 2004. The reason why the number of boys decreased is uncertain.

 

揧嶍

 

A research team at the Jyuntendo University's mMedical dDepartment analyzed the boy-girl ratio among new-born babies rate of boy in baby. The ratio has been rate of boy trends to decreaseing since the 1970s and this is especially prominent in the Tokyo metropolitan area. In the nationwide survey, the number of boys was 1.071 time more than that of girls in 1971. The number of boys decreased by to 1.052 time in 2004. In Tokyo, the number of boys was 1.076 time in 1970. This was the highest record, but decreased to by 1.048 time in 2004. The reasons why the number of boys decreased is not known yet uncertain.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅a boy-girl ratio偵偡傞偲丄Nationwide, the ration was 1.071 in 1971.偲昞尰偱偒傑偡偑丄搳峞偺傑傑偱傕傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

A research team at the Jyuntendo University's Medical Department analyzed the boy-girl ratio among new-born babies. The ratio has been decreasing since the 1970s and this is especially prominent in the Tokyo metropolitan area. In the nationwide survey, the number of boys was 1.071 time more than that of girls in 1971. The number of boys decreased to 1.052 time in 2004. In Tokyo, the number of boys was 1.076 time in 1970. This was the highest record, but decreased to 1.048 time in 2004. The reasons why the number of boys decreased is not known yet .

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮偮傇偁傫偙丄29 March 08

 

According to the analysis by a research team of the medical department at Juntendo University, the sex ratio, boys to girls, in newborn babies has been declining since 1970乫s, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area. All over the country, the ratio declined to 1.052 in 2004 from 1.071 in 1971. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.071 in 1970, which was the highest on record and it also declined to 1.048 in 2004. Causes for declining ratio are still unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

According to the analysis by a research team of at the medical dDepartment of Medicine, at Juntendo University, the male-female sex ratio, boys to girls, in newborn babies has been declining since 1970乫s, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area. All over the country Nationwide1, the ratio declined to 1.052 in 2004 from 1.071 (1,071 boys to each 1,000 girls)2 in 1971 to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.071 in 1970, which was the highest on record, but and it also declined to 1.048 in by 2004. Causes for the declining ratio are still yet3 unknown.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       All over the country偲偡傞偲丄擔杮偺奺抧偱抝彈斾棪偑1.071偐傜1.052偵尭彮偟偨丄偲偄偆堄枴偵傕偲傟傑偡丅

 

2.       The male-female ratio偩偗偱傕傢偐傞偲偍傕偄傑偡偑丄偙偺傛偆側愢柧傪擖傟傞偲傕偭偲偼偭偒傝偡傞偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       Still偩偲丄崱傑偱傕挷傋偰偄偨偺偩偑丄傑偩傢偐傜偄丄偲側傝傑偡丅Yet偲偡傞偲傕偭偲堦斒揑偱丄崱偺偲偙傠傢偐傜側偄丄偲側傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

According to the analysis by a research team at the Department of Medicine, Juntendo University, the male-female sex ratio in newborn babies has been declining since 1970乫s, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Nationwide, the ratio declined from 1.071 (1,071 boys to each 1,000 girls) in 1971 to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.071 in 1970, which was the highest on record, but declined to 1.048 by 2004. Causes for the declining ratio are yet unknown.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮YASUKUN, 9 January 07

 

A research group of Medical department of Juntendo university revealed that the rate of male newborns had been decreasing since 1970's, especially in the metropolitan area. In the whole area of Japan, the ratio of male to female in newborns was 1.071 in 1971, and was declined to 1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.076 in 1970, which was the highest in record, but it's also declined to 1.048 in 2004. The cause of decrease of male newborns is still unknown.

 

揧嶍

 

A research group of in the Faculty of Medicine Medical department of at Juntendo uUniversity revealed found that the rate ratio of male to female in newborns1 had been decreasing since 1970's, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area2. In the whole area of Japan, the ratio of male to female in newborns 3 was 1.0000:1.071 in 1971, and but was declined to 1.0000:1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.0000:1.076 in 1970, which was the highest in on record, but it's it also declined to 1.000:1.048 in 2004. The cCauses for of the decreaseing ratio of male newborns is are still unknown.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       Tropical forests are disappearing at an alarmingly fast rate. New books appear at a rate of 300 a week.偺傛偆偵a rate偼暔帠偺婲偙傞懍偝傗丄偁傞婜娫撪偺夞悢傪偟傔偟傑偡丅偙偙偱偼斾棪a ratio偱摑堦偡傞偺偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅The male/female ratio of newborn babies is 1.000: 1.052 in Japan.偲偄偆傛偆偵傕昞尰偱偒傑偡丅

 

2.       a metropolitan area偼恖岥偺廤拞偟偰偄傞戝搒巗堦斒傪巜偟傑偡丅偙偙偱偼乽庱搒寳乿偲偁傞偺偱丄in the Tokyo metropolitan area偲偡傞偲偼偭偒傝偡傞偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       偡偱偵the ratio偺撪梕傪愢柧偟偰偁傞偺偱徣棯偱偒傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

A research group in the Faculty of Medicine at Juntendo University found that the ratio of male to female in newborns had been decreasing since 1970's, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan area. In the whole area of Japan, the ratio was 1.0000:1.071 in 1971 but declined to 1.0000:1.052 in 2004. In Tokyo, the ratio was 1.0000:1.076 in 1970, which was the highest on record, but it also declined to1.000:1.048 in 2004. Causes for the decreasing ratio  are still unknown.

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽係

 

乽嵟屻偺旈嫬乿偲偄傢傟傞撿嬌戝棨偵偼擭娫俀枩俇侽侽侽恖傕偺娤岝媞偑媗傔偐偗丄儁儞僊儞偺斏怋偺朩奞傗娐嫬墭愼側偳偑寽擮偝傟傞偙偲偐傜丄撿嬌娤應傪峴偆俀俉偐崙偱峔惉偡傞撿嬌忦栺嫤媍崙夛媍偼丄娤岝偺婯惂偵忔傝弌偡偙偲傪寛傔偨丅棃擭係寧偺夛崌偱嬶懱嶔傪専摙偡傞偑丄忔媞俆侽侽恖埲忋偺戝宆娤岝慏偺撿嬌奀擖傝傗忋棨幰悢偺惂尷丄儂僥儖寶愝偺嬛巭側偳傪摙媍偡傞曽恓偩丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俉乮Suzume, 23 February 19

 

Annually, as many as 26,000 visitors from all over the world have flocked to Antarctica, which has been dubbed the 乬Last Frontier." So the situation has been raising concerns about pollution and interference with the reproduction of penguins. Thus, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM), which is composed of 28 countries conducting scientific observation in Antarctica, has decided to restrict tourism. ATCM intends to control the number of ships accommodating more than 500 passengers to entry to the Antarctic Ocean, limit the number of visitors entering the Antarctic Continent, and prohibit construction of hotels. ATCM will work on a detailed study of the restriction at the meeting in the coming April.

 

揧嶍

 

Annually, as many as 26,000 visitors from all over the world are have flockeding to Antarctica every year, which is has been dubbed the 乬Last Frontier." This popularity So the situation has been raising concerns about pollution and interference with the reproduction of penguins. Thus, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM), which is composed of 28 countries conducting scientific observation in Antarctica, has decided to restrict tourism. ATCM intends to control the number of ships accommodating more than 500 passengers to entry to the Antarctic Ocean, limit the number of visitors entering the Antarctic Continent, and prohibit construction of hotels. ATCM will work on a detailed study of the restriction at the meeting in the coming April.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Annually, as many as 26,000 visitors from all over the world are flocking to Antarctica every year, which is dubbed the 乬Last Frontier." This popularity has been raising concerns about pollution and interference with the reproduction of penguins. Thus, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM), which is composed of 28 countries conducting scientific observation in Antarctica, has decided to restrict tourism. ATCM intends to control the number of ships accommodating more than 500 passengers to entry to the Antarctic Ocean, limit the number of visitors entering the Antarctic Continent, and prohibit construction of hotels. ATCM will work on a detailed study of the restriction at the meeting in the coming April.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Lucca, 14 July 14

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Council which consists of 28 countries conducting Antarctic expeditions has decided to regulate tourism in the Antarctic. As many as 26 thousand tourists visit the Antarctic every year because the Antarctic is considered to be 乭the last rarely-visited regions乭. 

 

However, visiting tourists have been obstructing the penguins' breeding and giving negative impact on the environment. To protect the natural environment, the Council will hold a meeting next April and start discussing elements of the agreement. These elements include the limitation on the number of tourists and the restraints of the access by big cruise ships with more than five hundred passengers, and the prohibition on the construction of hotels.

 

揧嶍

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Council which consists of 28 countries conducting Antarctic expeditions has decided to regulate tourism in the Antarctic. As many as 26 thousand tourists visit the Antarctic every year because the Antarctic is considered to be one of 乭the last rarely-visited regions乭. 

 

However, the visiting tourists have been obstructing the penguins' breeding and also causing giving negative impact on the environment. To protect the natural environment, the Council will hold a meeting next April and start discussing the contents elements of the agreement. These elements contents are expected to include the limitation on the number of tourists and the restraints of the access by big cruise ships with more than five hundred passengers, and the prohibition on the construction of hotels.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅偄傠偄傠側忣曬傪傛偔惍棟偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Council which consists of 28 countries conducting Antarctic expeditions has decided to regulate tourism in the Antarctic. As many as 26 thousand tourists visit the Antarctic every year because the Antarctic is considered to be one of 乭the last rarely-visited regions乭. 

 

However, the tourists have been obstructing penguins' breeding and also giving negative impact on the environment. To protect the natural environment, the Council will hold a meeting next April and start discussing the contents of the agreement. These contents are expected to include the limitation on the number of tourists and the restraints of the access by big cruise ships with more than five hundred passengers, and the prohibition on the construction of hotels.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮Kalo, 14 September 11

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Meetings (ACTM) has decided to regulate Antarctic tourism in order to protect the environment. Now, an annual total of 26,000 tourists land Antarctica, the last unexplored continent, raising concerns on potential damage to the environment such as the breeding of penguins.

 

ACTM, consisting of 28 countries which conduct scientific research in the Antarctica, plans to address concrete measures at a meeting next April. These measures will include restrictions of the number of tourists and large ships carrying more than 500 passengers into the Antarctic Sea, and a ban of hotel construction on the continent.  

 

揧嶍

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Meetings (ACTM) has decided to regulate Antarctic tourism in order to protect the environment. Now, an annual total of 26,000 tourists land visit Antarctica, the last unexplored continent, raising concerns on potential damage to the environment such as the breeding grounds for of penguins.

 

ACTM, consisting of 28 countries which conduct scientific research in the Antarctica, plans to address concrete measures at a meeting next April. These measures will include restrictions of on the number of tourists and large ships carrying more than 500 passengers into the Antarctic Sea, and a ban of on hotel construction on the continent.  

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅撪梕偑惍棟偝傟偰偄偰丄撉傒傒傗偡偄暥復偱偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The Antarctica Treaty Consultative Meetings (ACTM) has decided to regulate Antarctic tourism in order to protect the environment. Now, an annual total of 26,000 tourists visit Antarctica, the last unexplored continent, raising concerns on potential damage to the environment such as the breeding grounds for penguins.

 

ACTM, consisting of 28 countries which conduct scientific research in the Antarctica, plans to address concrete measures at a meeting next April. These measures will include restrictions on the number of tourists and large ships carrying more than 500 passengers into the Antarctic Sea, and a ban on hotel construction on the continent.  

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 15 February 11

 

Antarctica which has been called 乬the last unspoiled area乭 is visited by as many as 26,000 tourists every year. Such large number of tourists can hinder breeding of penguin and/or pollute the environment. Because of these concerns, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting made up of 28 nations that are doing research in Antarctica has decided to regulate tourism. The organization is going to restrict access of large cruise ships carrying more than 500 passengers to the Antarctic Sea, to limit the number of people to land on Antarctica and to ban construction of hotels there. More concrete measures will be discussed in the meeting planned in April next year.

 

揧嶍

 

Antarctica, which has been called 乬the last unspoiled area on the earth, is now visited by as many as 26,000 tourists every year. Such a large number of tourists can hinder breeding of penguins and/or pollute the environment. Because of these concerns, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which was made up of 28 nations who1 that are doing research in Antarctica, has decided to regulate tourism. The organization is going to restrict access of large cruise ships carrying more than 500 passengers to the Antarctic Sea, to limit the number of people to land on Antarctica and to ban the construction of hotels there. More concrete measures will be discussed in the meeting planned in April next year.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       a nation傪媅恖壔偟偨傎偆偑恊偟偔姶偠傜傟傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Antarctica, which has been called 乬the last unspoiled area on the earth乭, is now visited by as many as 26,000 tourists every year. Such a large number of tourists can hinder breeding of penguins and/or pollute the environment. Because of these concerns, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which was made up of 28 nations who are doing research in Antarctica, has decided to regulate tourism. The organization is going to restrict access of large cruise ships carrying more than 500 passengers to the Antarctic Sea, to limit the number of people to land on Antarctica and to ban the construction of hotels there. More concrete measures will be discussed in the meeting planned in April next year.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄16 December 09

 

Antarctica, which is called the last unexplored region on the earth, has as many as 26,000 tourists a year. Concerning about the effects caused by these tourists such as disturbance of penguins乫 breeding and environmental pollution, the conference of the parties of the treaty about Antarctica, which consists of 28 countries conducting the observation in Antarctica, has decided to regulate the sightseeing tours in Antarctica. They are going to discuss further details in the meeting scheduled in next April. They plan to discuss the ban of large ships carrying more than 500 people to come into the Antarctic Sea, the limitation of the number of people who land on Antarctica, and ban of hotel construction on the continent.

 

揧嶍

 

Antarctica, which is called the last unexplored region on the earth, has as many as 26,000 tourists a year. Concerning Concerned with the impact of about the effects caused by these tourists such on as disturbance of penguins乫 breeding and the environmental pollution1, the cConference of the pParties of the tTreaty about Antarctica2, which consists of 28 countries conducting research the observation in Antarctica, has decided to regulate the number of tourists3 sightseeing tours in Antarctica. They are going to discuss further details in the meeting scheduled in next April. They plan to discuss the a ban of large ships carrying more than 500 tourists people to come into in the Antarctic Ocean Sea, the limitation of the number of tourists people who can land on Antarctica, and a ban of hotel construction on the continent.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       Concerning about the effects caused by these tourists such as disturbance of penguins乫 breeding and environmental pollution偱偼壓慄晹暘偺堄枴偑廳暋偟偰偄傑偡丅Concerned with the damaging impact of tourists on penguins乫 breeding and the environment偲偡傞偲廳暋偑側偔側傝傑偡丅揧嶍偺傛偆偵偟偰傕撪梕偼傢偐傞偲偍傕偄傑偡丅

 

2.       乽撿嬌忦栺嫤媍崙夛媍乿偲偄偆抍懱側偺偱戝暥帤偱巒傔傑偡丅

 

3.       regulate the number of tourists偲偟偨傎偆偑嬶懱揑偵側傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Antarctica, which is called the last unexplored region on the earth, has as many as 26,000 tourists a year. Concerned with the impact of tourists on penguins乫 breeding and the environment, the Conference of the Parties of the Treaty about Antarctica, which consists of 28 countries conducting research in Antarctica, has decided to regulate the number of tourists  in Antarctica. They are going to discuss further details in the meeting scheduled next April. They plan to discuss a ban of large ships carrying more than 500 tourists in the Antarctic Ocean, the limitation of the number of tourists who can land on Antarctica, and a ban of hotel construction on the continent.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 25 January 09

 

Every year 26 thousand tourists visit Antarctica calledthe last rarely-visited regions乫.  Due to the obstruction of the penguin乫s breeding and environmental pollutions in Antarctica, the Antarctica Treaty Consultative Party Meeting composed 28 countries which are continuing theAntarctic expedition decided to start the regulation for the sightseeing in Antarctica. The meeting will be held to discuss specific details in April next year. The Main topics are as followed.

 

1.       The limitation of sightseeing ships with more than five hundred passengers entering into Antarctic Ocean.

 

2.       The limitation of the number of Lander.

 

3.       The prohibition of the construction of hotels.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

Every year 26 thousand tourists visit the Antarctic , Antarctica so calledthe last rarely-visited regions乫.  Since those tourists obstruct Due to the obstruction of the penguin乫s breeding of penguins and cause environmental pollutions in the Antarctic1 Antarctica, the Antarctica Treaty Consultative Council Party Meeting composed of 28 countries which are conducting continuing theAntarctic expeditions decided to introduce start the regulation to control for the sightseeing in the Antarctic Antarctica. The meeting Council will hold be held a meeting2 to discuss the regulations in specific details in  next April next year. The Council is expected to introduce the following Main topics are as followed. :

 

1.       The A limitation of on the number of sightseeing ships with more than five hundred passengers entering into the Antarctic Ocean.

 

2.       A limit on The limitation of the number of tourists that land on the Antarctic Lander.

 

3.       The pProhibition of the construction of hotels.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       挿偄撪梕偼柤帉愡偱偼側偔廬懏愡偺傎偆偑傢偐傝傗偡偄偱偡丅

 

2.       堦斒揑偵庴摦懺傛傝擻摦懺偺傎偆偑撪梕偑傢偐傝傗偡偔側傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Every year 26 thousand tourists visit the Antarctic , so called 乭the last rarely-visited regions乭.  Since those tourists obstruct the breeding of penguins and cause environmental pollution in the Antarctic, the Antarctica Treaty Consultative Council composed of 28 countries which are conducting Antarctic expeditions decided to introduce regulation to control sightseeing in the Antarctic. The Council will hold a meeting to discuss the regulations in detail next April. The Council is expected to introduce the following:

 

1.       A limit on the number of sightseeing ships with more than five hundred passengers entering into the Antarctic Ocean.

 

2.       A limit on the number of tourists that land on the Antarctic .

 

3.       Prohibition of the construction of hotels.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄20 May 08

 

The White Continent is called the last mysterious land. About 26,000 tourists have visited the White Continent for one year. There is concern that this disturbs penguin reproduction and pollutes environments. The Antarctic Treaty Consultative Council which is composed of 28 countries to observe Antarctica decided to limit tourists. The members of the council will review concrete measures at the meeting next April.

 

The members developed a policy of discussing the following items.

 

1.       the limitation of large-size sightseeing ships of more than 500 passengers.

2.       the limitation of the number of tourists landing on Antarctica.

3.       the prohibition of construction of hotels.

 

揧嶍

 

The White Antarctic Continent is called the last mysterious land. About 26,000 tourists have visited the White Ccontinent for one every year. There is concern that this large number of tourists can disturbs the reproduction process of penguins reproduction and pollutes the environments. The Antarctic Treaty Consultative Council which is composed of 28 countries to that are conducting scientific observeations of the Antarctica has decided to limit the number of tourists. The members of the council will review concrete measures at the meeting next April. and have

 

The members developed general policy issues for the meeting as follows: a policy of discussing the following items.

 

1.     the limitation prohibition of large-sized sightseeing ships with of more than 500 passengers.

2.     the limitation of the number of tourists landing on the Antarctica.

3.     the prohibition of the construction of hotels.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄傢偐傝擄偄偲偙傠偑偁傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The Antarctic Continent is called the last mysterious land. About 26,000 tourists visit the continent every year. There is concern that this large number of tourists can disturb the reproduction process of penguins and pollutes the environment. The Antarctic Treaty Consultative Council which is composed of 28 countries that are conducting scientific observations of the Antarctic has decided to limit the number of tourists. The members of the council will review concrete measures at the meeting next April and have developed general policy issues for the meeting as follows: 

 

1.     the prohibition of large-sized sightseeing ships with more than 500 passengers.

2.     the limitation of the number of tourists landing on the Antarctic.

3.     the prohibition of the construction of hotels.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮YASUKUN, 23 January 07

 

The Antarctic Continent is called "The Last Unexplored Region". But no less than twenty-six thousands tourists visit the Antarctic Continent every year. Recently, their visits are thought to be harmful with regard to the disturbance of penguins' propagation and the protection of ecological environment. So, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which is composed of twenty-eight countries conducting Antarctic exploration, has decided to settle regulations of tourism. The members of the meeting will discuss the settlement of limitation on the number of tourists and large cruising ships carrying more than five hundreds passengers. Besides they will consider the prohibition against the construction of hotels on the Antarctic Continent . More concrete plans will be discussed at the meeting in April of the next year.

 

揧嶍

 

The Antarctic Continent is called "The Last Unexplored Region"1. But no less than twenty-six thousands tourists visit the Antarctic Continent every year. Recently, their visits are thought to be harmful2 with regard to the disturbance of penguins' propagation of penguins and the protection of ecological environment. So, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which is composed of twenty-eight countries conducting Antarctic exploration, has decided to settle3 regulations of for tourism in Antarctica. The members of the mMeeting4 will discuss the settlement of limitation on the number of tourists and large cruising ships carrying more than five hundreds passengers. Besides they will consider the prohibition against the construction of hotels on the Antarctic Continent . More concrete plans will be discussed at the meeting in April of the next year.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       嵟弶偺擔杮暥偵偼婔偮偐庬椶偺堎側傞忣曬偑媗傔崬傑傟偰偄傑偡偹丅傑偁丄怴暦婰帠側偺偱巻柺偺愡栺偵偙偆偡傞偺傕偟傚偆偑側偄偺偱偟傚偆偑丄塸暥偱偼偙偺傛偆偵堦偮偺暥偵偙偲側偭偨庬椶偺忣曬傪媗傔崬傓偙偲偼寵傢傟傑偡丅撉幰偵摢偺拞偱忣曬偺惍棟傪梫媮偡傞偐傜丄偲偄偆偺偑偙偺棟桼偱偡丅YASUKUN偝傫偼庤嵺傛偔忣曬傪惍棟偟偰暋悢偺塸暥偱昞尰偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

2.       harmful to the disturbance of penguins乫 propagation偲偡傞偲丄乽儁儞僊儞偺斏怋偺朩偘偵奞偑偁傞乿偲擇廳斲掕偵側偭偰偟傑偄傑偡丅

 

3.       settle偼乽寛拝傪偮偗傞乿偱偡偐傜丄偄傑傑偱傕偄傠偄傠偲媍榑偑偁偭偨偑嵟廔揑偵寛拝傪偮偗傞丄偲偄偆偙偲偱偡偹丅偄傑傑偱偙偺傛偆側媍榑偑柍偐偭偨側傜丄扨偵set regulations偵側傝傑偡丅

 

4.       夛媍偺柤慜偺徣棯側偺偱the Meeting偲偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The Antarctic Continent is called "The Last Unexplored Region". But no less than twenty-six thousands tourists visit the Antarctic Continent every year. Recently, their visits are thought to be harmful to the propagation of penguins and the ecological environment. So, the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, which is composed of twenty-eight countries conducting Antarctic exploration, has decided to settle regulations for tourism in Antarctica. The members of the Meeting will discuss the limitation on the number of tourists and large cruising ships carrying more than five hundreds passengers. Besides they will consider the prohibition against the construction of hotels on the Antarctic Continent . More concrete plans will be discussed at the meeting in April next year.

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俆

 

嵅夑巗偺壝悾愳壨愳晘偱奐偐傟偰偄偨乽俀侽侽俇嵅夑僀儞僞乕僫僔儑僫儖丒僶儖乕儞僼僃僗僞乿偼侾侾寧俆擔丄嵟廔擔傪寎偊偨丅棃応幰偼俉俉枩俈侽侽侽恖偱栚昗偺俉侽枩恖傪忋夞偭偨丅崱擭偼楢擔丄岲揤偲壐傗偐側晽偵宐傑傟丄乽僶儖乕儞擔榓乿偑懕偔愨岲偺僐儞僨傿僔儑儞偲側傝丄悽奅侾係偐崙丒侾侾係婡偺擬婥媴偑戝嬻偱孞傝峀偘偨僷僼僅乕儅儞僗傪丄娤媞偼懚暘偵妝偟傫偩丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俉乮Suzume, 24 February 19

 

On December 5, the last day of the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga乭 held at the riverbed of the Kase-gawa River has come. The total number of visitors hit 887,000 and it exceeded the target number of 800,000. Thanks to the good weather and gentle winds during the event this year, the conditions of the weather for ballooning couldn't have been better every day. The audience had a very good time watching the wonderful display in the sky performed by 114 balloons from 14 countries.

 

揧嶍

 

On December 5, the last day of the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga乭 held at the riverbed of the Kase-gawa River has come to the last day. The total number of visitors hit 887,000 and it exceeded the target number of 800,000. Thanks to the good weather and gentle winds during the events this year, the conditions of the weather for ballooning couldn't have been better every day. The audience had a very good time watching the wonderful display in the sky performed by 114 balloons from 14 countries.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On December 5, the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga乭 at the riverbed of the Kase-gawa River has come to the last day. The total number of visitors hit 887,000 and exceeded the target number of 800,000. Thanks to the good weather and gentle winds during the events this year, the conditions for ballooning couldn't have been better every day. The audience had a very good time watching the wonderful display in the sky performed by 114 balloons from 14 countries.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Lucca, 21 July 14

 

On November 5, the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga乭 came to the closing day. The festival was held at the river bed of Kase River in the City. Its organizers expected to attract 800 thousand visitors this year, but the festival drew 887 thousand visitors which was more than expected. As the weather and wind were perfect this year for hot-air balloons flying, the performances of the 114 hot-air balloons coming from 14 countries enchanted the visitors.

 

揧嶍

 

On November 5, the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga City1乭 came to the closing day. The festival was held at the river bed of Kase River in the Ccity. Its organizers expected to attract 800 thousand visitors this year, but the festival drew 887 thousand visitors which was more than expected. As the weather and wind were perfect this year for hot-air balloons flying, the performances of the 114 hot-air balloons coming from 14 countries enchanted the visitors.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       擔杮傪抦傜側偄塸岅偺撉幰傪憐掕偟偰偄傞偺偱丄偙偙偼Saga City偲偟偨傎偆偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On November 5, the 乬2006 International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Saga City乭 came to the closing day. The festival was held at the river bed of Kase River in the city. Its organizers expected to attract 800 thousand visitors this year, but the festival drew 887 thousand visitors which was more than expected. As the weather and wind were perfect this year for hot-air balloon flying, the performances of the 114 hot-air balloons coming from 14 countries enchanted the visitors.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 15 February 11

 

The 乬2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon Fiesta乭 which had been held on the river bed of Kise River in Saga City came to its final day on November 5. The number of visitors this year totaled 887,000, exceeding the target of 800,000 set by the event producers. Throughout the festival period this year, a spell of good weather coupled with mild wind created an ideal environment for flying hot-air balloons, enabling visitors to fully enjoy a gorgeous performance as 114 balloons from 14 countries around the world spread across the sky.

 

揧嶍

 

The 乬2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon Fiesta,乭 which had been held on the river bed of Kise River in Saga City, came to its final day on November 5. The number of visitors this year totaled 887,000, exceeding the target of 800,000 set by the event producers. Throughout the festival period this year, a spell of good weather coupled with mild winds created an ideal environment for flying hot-air balloons., enabling vVisitors to fully enjoyed a gorgeous performance as 114 balloons from 14 countries around the world flew spread across the sky.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The 乬2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon Fiesta,乭 which had been held on the river bed of Kise River in Saga City, came to its final day on November 5. The number of visitors this year totaled 887,000, exceeding the target of 800,000 set by the event producers. Throughout the festival period this year, a spell of good weather coupled with mild winds created an ideal environment for flying hot-air balloons. Visitors fully enjoyed a gorgeous performance as 114 balloons from 14 countries around the world flew across the sky.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄18 December 09

 

November 5th was the final day of the 乬International Balloon Festival in Saga 2006乭, which was held in the open area by the Kase River in Saga City. The number of visitors was 887,000 people and this exceeded the sponsor乫s expectation of 800,000. During the festival, the weather was fine and the wind was light this year, creating the best condition for 114 hot-air balloons coming from 14 countries in the world. The spectators fully enjoyed the performances done by the balloons in the wide open sky.

 

揧嶍

 

November 5th was the final day of1 tThe 乬International Balloon Festival in Saga 2006乭, which had been was held in the open area by the Kase River in Saga City, came to its final day on November 5. During the festival, Tthe total number of visitors reached was 887,000 people and this exceeded the sponsor乫s expectation of 800,000. During the festival, tThe weather was fine and the winds2 were was light throughout the festival this year, creating the best condition for 114 hot-air balloons coming from 14 countries in the world. The spectators fully enjoyed the performances done by of the balloons in the wide open sky.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅揧嶍偼暥復傪彮偟撉傒傗偡偔偟傑偟偨丅

 

1.       愭偢嵟弶偵戝夛偺柤慜偑偱偰偔傞偺偑椙偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       wind偼壜嶼柤帉偵傕丄晄壛嶼柤帉偵傕側傝傑偡丅a wind偲壜嶼柤帉偵峫偊傞偺偼偪傚偭偲擺摼偑偄偒傑偣傫偗傟偳丅枅擔丄撿晽偑悂偄偨傝丄惣晽偑悂偄偨傝偡傞偺偱丄壜嶼柤帉側偺偱偟傚偆偐丅偦偆偄偊偽丄乽愮偺晽偵側偭偰乿偼A Thousand Winds偲偄偆塸岅偺帊偑尦偵側偭偰偄傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The 乬International Balloon Festival in Saga 2006乭, which had been held in the open area by the Kase River in Saga City, came to its final day on November 5. During the festival, the total number of visitors reached 887,000 and exceeded the sponsor乫s expectation of 800,000. The weather was fine and the winds were light throughout the festival this year, creating the best condition for 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries in the world. The spectators fully enjoyed the performances of the balloons in the wide open sky.

 

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 27 Jan 09

 

The 乬2006 Saga International Balloon Fiesta乭 is being held at Kase river area. November 5 is the final day.  The number of visitors is 887 thousand people so far but the figure is way over organizer乫s hope that is over 800 thousand visitors. During this year乫s festival, the weather is nice and the wind is gentle. The weather have continued perfect conditions for rising balloons to the sky so called 乬balloon Biyori乭. The visitors are greatly enjoying seeing the performances that 114 balloons in 14 counties in the world are attending.

 

揧嶍

 

November the fifth was the last day of Tthe 乬2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon1 Fiesta Festival that had2 is being held at the Kase river River in the City of Saga area. November 5 is the final day.  The total number of visitors reached is 887 thousand people so far and exceeded but the figure is way over the organizer乫s expectation of hope that is over 800 thousand visitors. During the this year乫s festival, the weather had been is nice and the wind had been is gentle. presenting The weather have continued perfect conditions for flying hot-air rising balloons to the sky so called 乬balloon Biyori3. The visitors are greatly enjoyed enjoying watching seeing the performances that of 114 hot-air balloons from in 14 countries counties in the world are attending4.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

帪惂偑擔杮暥偲堎側傝傑偡偑丄塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       balloons偑擬婥媴偩偲悇應偱偒傑偡偑丄balloon偵偼巻晽慏丄僑儉晽慏側偳偄傠偄傠偁傝傑偡偐傜丄hot-air balloons偲偡傞偺偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       偙偺婰帠偼115擔埲崀偵彂偐傟偨傕偺偱偡偐傜丄帪惂傪偦偺傛偆偵偡傞昁梫偑偁傝傑偡丅

 

3.       偙偺揧嶍島嵗偺塸暥偼塸岅傪擔忢巊梡偡傞恖乮擔杮岅傪棟夝偡傞偲偼憐掕偟偰偄側偄乯傪懳徾偲偡傞偲偄偆栺懇偱偡偐傜丄balloon biyori偼堄枴晄柧偵側傝傑偡丅

 

4.       傑偨偼丄The visitors enjoyed watching the performance that 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries were displaying in the air.偲偄偆傛偆偵that愡偱the performance偺撪梕傪愢柧偟傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

November the fifth was the last day of the 乬2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon Festival乭 that had being held at the Kase River in the City of Saga. The total number of visitors reached  887 thousand so far and exceeded way over the organizer乫s expectation of 800 thousand visitors. During the festival, the weather had been nice and the wind had been gentle, presenting perfect conditions for flying hot-air balloons. The visitors greatly enjoyed watching the performance of 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄21 May 08

 

The 2006 Saga International Balloon Festival was held at the Kase River area in Saga City. November 5 was the last day in the festival. Eight hundred thousand visitors exceeded the target of 800,000 people. The number of visitors was 887,000 and this number exceeded 880,000 target. As this year's festival had good weather and gentle wind on concurrent days, it was a good day for balloons. Spectators fully enjoyed performances 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries played in the sky.

 

揧嶍

 

The 2006 Saga International Hot-Air1 Balloon Festival was held in at the river terrace of the Kase River area in Saga City. November 5 was the last day of in the festival. During the festival, a total of 887,000 people, Eight hundred thousand visitors exceededing the target of 800,000 people, came to watch hot air balloons. The number of visitors was 887,000 and this number exceeded 880,000 target. During the As this year's festival, the had good weather was good and and gentle the wind was gentle, providing ideal conditions on concurrent days, it was a good day for hot-air balloonsing. Spectators fully enjoyed performances of 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries played in the sky.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺傎傏憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡偑撪梕偺廳暋偑偁傝傑偡丅

 

1.       僉乕僙儞僥儞僗偱偡偐傜丄Hot-Air Balloon Festival偲偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The 2006 Saga International Hot-Air Balloon Festival was held in the river terrace of the Kase River in Saga City. November 5 was the last day of the festival. During the festival, a total of 887,000 people, exceeding the target of 800,000 people, came to watch hot air balloons.  During the festival, the weather was good and the wind was gentle, providing ideal conditions  for hot-air ballooning. Spectators fully enjoyed performances of 114 hot-air balloons from 14 countries in the sky.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮Kalo, 3 March 07

 

On November 5, "2006 Saga International Balloon Fiesta" concluded the final day. The fiesta has been established as a major global ballooning competition held at the river area of Kisegawa in Saga Prefecture. This year, the fiesta attracted a total of 887,000 spectators - exceeding an initial target of 800,000. Favored by good weather and wind conditions, the fiesta enjoyed the best condition to fly hot-air balloons. The spectators had a good time watching 114 hot-air balloons from 14 participating countries hovering all over the sky.

 

揧嶍

 

On November 5, "The 2006 Saga International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta" concluded the final day. The fiesta has been established as a major global hot air ballooning competition and has been1 held at the river area terrace of the Kisegawa River in Saga Prefecture. This year, the fiesta attracted a total of 887,000 spectators - exceeding an the initial target of 800,000 people set by the organizers. Favored by the good weather and wind conditions, the fiesta enjoyed the best conditions to fly hot-air balloons. The spectators had a good time watching 114 hot-air balloons from 14 participating countries hovering all over the sky2.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       偙偙偺暥偺偮側偓曽偼 (1) ~ held at the Kisegawa River.(2) ~ which has been held at the Kisegawa River. (3) ~, which has been held at the Kisegwa River. (4) ~ and (has been) held at the Kesegawa River.偲偄傠偄傠偁傝傑偡丅(1), (2), (3) ~ 偺偲偙傠偑庡梫側撪梕偱偙偙偼曗懌揑側撪梕偲偄偆偙偲偵側傝傑偡丅(4) ~ 偺偲偙傠偲and埲壓偺撪梕偵摨摍偺廳偝傪抲偄偰偄傑偡丅傢偨偟偼丂(4)偑偙偺暥復偱偼揔摉偩偲偍傕偄傑偡丅(1), (2), (3)偐傜慖傇側傜(3)偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅(1) ~ 偺偲偙傠偑挿偄暥側偺偱丄乮怱棟揑偵乯懅宲偓柍偟偱held埲壓傪撉傑側偗傟偽側傜側偔側傝傑偡丅

 

2.       乽悽奅侾係偐崙丒侾侾係婡偺擬婥媴偑戝嬻偱孞傝峀偘偨僷僼僅乕儅儞僗傪丄娤媞偼懚暘偵妝偟傫偩丅乿傪The spectators had a good time watching 114 hot-air balloons from 14 participating countries hovering all over the sky.偲昞尰偟偨偺偼壓慄偺摦柤帉偺巊偄曽偑傛偄偱偡偹丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

On November 5, "The 2006 Saga International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta" concluded the final day. The fiesta has been established as a major global hot air ballooning competition and has been held at the river terrace of the Kisegawa River in Saga Prefecture. This year, the fiesta attracted a total of 887,000 spectators - exceeding the target of 800,000 people set by the organizers. Favored by the good weather and wind conditions, the fiesta enjoyed the best conditions to fly hot-air balloons. The spectators had a good time watching 114 hot-air balloons from 14 participating countries hovering all over the sky.

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俇

 

掕婜揑偵椃峴偵弌偐偗傞恖偵拲栚偝傟偰偄傞偺偑乽椃峴愊傒棫偰乿偩丅巊偄摴偼椃峴偺旓梡偵尷傜傟傞偑丄壛嶼偝傟傞僒乕價僗妟偼丄挿婜娫梐偗擖傟傪偡傟偽丄擭係亾戜偺棙夞傝偵憡摉偡傞傕偺傕偁傝丄崻嫮偄恖婥傪曐偭偰偄傞丅椃峴愊傒棫偰偼丄椃峴夛幮偵偍僇僱傪愊傒棫偰丄枮婜帪偵堦掕偺僒乕價僗妟偑忋忔偣偝傟偨椃峴寯傪庴偗庢傞丅愊傒棫偰曽朄偼丄堦妵暐偄偲枅寧暐偄偑拞怱偩偑丄儃乕僫僗暐偄側偳傕偁傞丅婜娫偼俇偐寧乣俆擭娫偑懡偄丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Suzume, 26 February 19

 

Recently the Travel Fund Plan has gotten a lot of attention from the people who take regular trips. The use of the money is limited to traveling. In some plans, after depositing your money for a long time, you can expect a return of interest at the 4 percent level per year as the added dividend. So the plan has deep-rooted popularity. If you deposit your money every month in the travel company until maturity, you can get a travel voucher which is worth the price of the maturity repayment plus a certain amount of bonus dividend on the date of maturity. Users usually pay either a one-time payment or monthly payments, but some users make a bonus payment. Most users choose their accumulation periods between six months to five years.

 

揧嶍

 

Recently the Travel Fund Plan has gotten a lot of attention from the people who regularly take regular trips. The use of the money in the plan is limited to traveling. In some plans, after depositing your money for a long time, you can expect a return of interest at athe 4 percent level per year as an the added dividend. So the plan has deep-rooted popularity. If you deposit your money every month in the plan at a travel company until maturity, you can get a travel voucher which is worth the value price of the maturity repayment plus a certain amount of bonus dividend on the date of maturity. Users of such a plan usually pay either a one-time payment or monthly payments, but some users make a special payment when they receive a bonus from their employers1 payment. Most users choose six months to five years as their pay-in accumulation periodssix months to five years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.     儃乕僫僗傪栣偭偨偲偒偵崅妟側傕偺傪攦偆丄偲偄偆廡娫偼悽奅揑偵偼堦斒揑偱偼側偄偺偱偙偺傛偆側愢柧偑椙偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Recently the Travel Fund Plan has gotten a lot of attention from the people who regularly take trips. The use of the money in the plan is limited to traveling. In some plans, after depositing your money for a long time, you can expect a return of interest at a 4 percent level per year as an added dividend. So the plan has deep-rooted popularity. If you deposit your money every month in the plan at a travel company until maturity, you can get a travel voucher which is worth the value of maturity repayment plus a certain amount of bonus dividend on the date of maturity. Users of such a plan usually pay either a one-time payment or monthly payments, but some users make a special payment when they receive a bonus from their employers1 . Most users choose six months to five years as their pay-in periods.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮Lucca, 21 July 14

 

An installment saving for travels is attracting a lot of attention of frequent travelers. This saving is limited to travel expenses. As you earn an interest at the rate of 4 % per annum when you deposit money for long periods, the saving is very popular among travelers. You deposit your money at a travel agency and receive travel vouchers with additional service at maturity. You can pay in one lump sum or monthly payment. Bonus payments is also available. Mainly, the saving period is from six months to five years.

 

揧嶍

 

An installment saving plan for travels is attracting a lot of attention of frequent travelers. This saving plan is limited to travel expenses. As you earn an interest at the rate of 4 % per annum when you deposit money for long periods, the plan saving is very popular among travelers. You deposit your money at a travel agency and receive travel vouchers with additional services at maturity. You can pay in one lump sum or monthly payment. Bonus payments is are also available. Mostly Mainly, the saving period is from six months to five years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

An installment saving plan for travels is attracting a lot of attention of frequent travelers. This saving plan is limited to travel expenses. As you earn an interest at the rate of 4 % per annum when you deposit money for long periods, the plan is very popular among travelers. You deposit your money at a travel agency and receive travel vouchers with additional services at maturity. You can pay in one lump sum or monthly payment. Bonus payments are also available. Mostly , the saving period is from six months to five years.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 21 February 11

 

An 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 program has been attracting increasing attention from regular travelers. The program is popular as it offers attractive yield, for example 4% per annum or more on a long term deposit, although the use of the savings is limited to travel related expenditures. Under the program, subscribers deposit some money at a travel agency and receive travel coupons valued at total deposits plus a certain amount of premium at maturity. Subscribers can pay their deposits in a lump sum or every month. Payments out of their bonuses are also available. In most cases, payment term is 6 months to 5 years.

 

揧嶍

 

An 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 program has been attracting increasing attention from regular frequent travelers. The program is popular because as it offers an attractive yield, for example, 4% per annum or more on a long term deposit, although the use of the savings is limited to travel related expenditures. Under the program, subscribers deposit some money at a travel agency and receive travel coupons valued at total deposits plus a certain amount of premium at maturity. Subscribers can pay in their deposits in a lump sum or every month. Payments out of their bonuses are also available. In most cases, the payment term is 6 months to 5 years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

An 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 program has been attracting increasing attention from frequent travelers. The program is popular because  it offers an attractive yield, for example, 4% per annum or more on a long term deposit, although the use of the savings is limited to travel related expenditures. Under the program, subscribers deposit  money at a travel agency and receive travel coupons valued at total deposits plus a certain amount of premium at maturity. Subscribers can pay in their deposits in a lump sum or every month. Payments out of their bonuses are also available. In most cases, the payment term is 6 months to 5 years.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄19 December 09

 

People who regularly go on a trip are turning their attention to an 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 program. This program provides people with more than four percent of the additional saving interest rate annually, if they deposit their money for a certain long term. Though people use the deposited money only for travel expenses, this program is supported by many people. In this program, you deposit your money to a travel agency and you can receive a travel voucher, which includes the additional money equivalent to the special interest, when the saving term matures. The ways of depositing money are mainly by saving the entire in one or monthly, but you can choose to save when you get a bonus. You can choose the term of saving among 6 months through 5 years.

 

揧嶍

 

People who regularly go on a trip are turning their attention to an 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 programs. Some of these1 This programs provides people with a more than four percent of the additional saving interest rate annually, when if they deposit their money for a certain long term. These programs are popular even Tthough people can use the deposited money only for travel expenses., this program is supported by many people. These programs work this way: In this program, you deposit your money to a travel agency and you can receive a travel voucher, which includes the an additional amount of money equivalent to the special interest of the program, when the saving term matures. You can deposit3 The ways of depositing money all at once are mainly by saving the entire in one or monthly., but yYou can choose an option to deposit money to save when you get a bonus. You can choose4 tThe term of saving you can choose ranges from among 6 months to through 5 years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺戝晹暘偼傢偐傝傑偡偑 This program provides people with more than four percent of the additional saving interest rate annually偺偲偙傠偑傢偐傝傑偣傫丅偄傠偄傠側僒乕價僗傪擖傟傞偲擭棪係亾埲忋偺棙巕偵憡摉偡傞乮係亾偲俆亾偺娫乯丄偲偄偆偙偲側偺偱揧嶍偺傛偆偵娙扨偵偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

1.       偄傠偄傠側庬椶偺椃峴愊傒棫偰偑偁傞偺偱暋悢宍偵偟傑偡丅

 

2.       慜偺暥偺宍幃傪堷偒宲偄偱you傪庡岅偵偡傞偲撉傒傗偡偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       You can choose ~.偺宍偑懕偔偺偱彮偟曄偊偰傒傑偟偨丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

People who regularly go on a trip are turning their attention to 乬Installment Saving for Travel乭 programs. Some of these programs provide people with a more than four percent interest rate annually when they deposit their money for a long term. These programs are popular even though people can use the deposited money only for travel expenses. These programs work this way: you deposit your money to a travel agency and you can receive a travel voucher which includes an additional amount of money equivalent to the special interest of the program when the saving matures. You can deposit money all at once or monthly. You can choose an option to deposit money when you get a bonus. The term of saving you can choose ranges from 6 months to 5 years.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy,31 January 09

 

A 乬traveling installment savings乭 receive attention from the people who travel regularly. This saving is used only traveling expenses. Long-term savings provide a service interest which represents a yield around 4 percent interest a year. Therefore, this saving has maintained strong popularity. The travels save money to a travel agency and receive a travel voucher added to a certain service interest when their saving is maturity. They can choose a lump-sum payment or a monthly payment or a bonus payment. The saving period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

揧嶍

 

A 乬traveling installment savings planis catching receive attention of from the1 people who travel regularly. This saving is used only for traveling expenses. Some Llong-term savings plans provide a service interests of which represents a yield around about 4 percent interest a year. Therefore, this saving has maintained strong popularity.2 The tTravelsers save money at to a travel agency and receive a travel voucher that includes added to a certain amount of service interests when their saving plans mature is maturity3. They can choose a lump-sum payment, or a monthly payment or a bonus payment for their travel saving plans. The saving period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄. The travels save money to a travel agency and receive a travel voucher added to a certain service interest when their saving is maturity. They can choose a lump-sum payment or a monthly payment or a bonus payment. 偑傢偐傝擄偄偱偡丅

 

1.       椙偔椃傪偡傞恖払堦斒偺偙偲側偺偱丄掕姤帉偼梫傝傑偣傫丅

 

2.       乽掕婜揑偵椃峴偵弌偐偗傞恖偵拲栚偝傟偰偄傞丅乿偑乽尰嵼丄拲栚傪廤傔偰偄傞乿偲偄偆怴偟偄尰徾偺偙偲偩偲偡傞偲乽崻嫮偄恖婥傪曐偭偰偄傞丅乿偲柕弬偟傑偡丅揧嶍偱偼慜幰傪嵦偭偰丄屻幰傪攔彍偟傑偟偨丅

 

3.       when their saving plans reach maturity偲偄偆尵偄曽傕偁傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

A 乬travel installment saving plan乭 is catching attention of people who travel regularly. This saving is used only for traveling expenses. Some long-term saving plans provide interests of  about 4 percent a year. Travelers save money at a travel agency and receive a travel voucher that includes a certain amount of service interests when their saving plans mature. They can choose a lump-sum payment, a monthly payment or a bonus payment for their travel saving plans. The saving period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄22 May 08

 

Those who regularly travel regard installment savings for a travel. These savings are used for only a travel. As some long term installment savings provide interest at the rate of around 4% per annum as a service, they are popular among people. In installment savings for a travel, people save some money to travel companies and receive travel tickets where travel companies added the a fixed money to their deposit at the expiry of the term. How to pay the money is mainly a single payment, a monthly payment and bonus payment is provided. A paying period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

揧嶍

 

Those who regularly travel frequently regard installment savings for a travel as an attractive plan1. These savings are used only for only a travel. As some lLong- term installment savings plans are particularly popular among frequent travelers because they provide an interest at the rate of around 4% per annum2 as a service, they are popular among people. In the installment savings plans for a travel, people save some money to at travel agencies companies and receive travel tickets when the plans mature. The travel agencies often where travel companies added the a fixed amounts of extra money to their savings deposit at the expiry of the term. There are several ways to pay into the plans3: How to pay the money is mainly a single payment, a monthly payment and a bonus payment out of annual bonuses is provided. A paying period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄傢偐傜側偄偲偙傠偑偁傝傑偡丅

 

1.       Those who regularly travel regard use installment savings for a travel.偲偡傞偐丄傑偨偼揧嶍偺傛偆偵偡傞偲撪梕偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

2.       暥偺撪梕偺弴彉傪揧嶍偺傛偆偵擖傟懼偊偰丄A is popular because B.偲偡傞偲傢偐傝傗偡偔側傝傑偡丅

 

3.       揧嶍偺傛偆偵There are several ways:偲偟偰屻傪売忦彂偒偵偡傞偲傢偐傝傗偡偔側傞偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Those who travel frequently regard installment savings for a travel as an attractive plan. These savings are used only a travel. Long-term installment savings plans are particularly popular among frequent travelers because they provide an interest rate of around 4% per annum. In the installment savings plans for a travel, people save money at travel agencies  and receive travel tickets when the plans mature. The travel agencies often add fixed amounts of extra money to their savings. There are several ways to pay into the plans: a single payment, a monthly payment and a payment out of annual bonuses. A paying period is mainly from six months to five years.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮偁偡偐丄23 January 07

 

These days, a Traveling Installment Plan is watched by travelers who take a trip regularly. The plans are limited to use for travel expenses. If you make a long term deposit, you will earn the additional service charge which means that fit yields 4% interest a year. This long term plan has been a root-popular among travelers and they deposit their money in the travel company. At the maturity date, they will get a travel ticket instead of the installment savings with an additional service charge. The way to save the fund are mostly for a monthly payment or one lump sum, besides, there is a bonus payment, the deposit term is generally six month to five years.

 

揧嶍

 

These days, a Traveling Installment Plan is watched by travelers who take a trip regularly. The Such a plans is are limited to the use for travel expenses. If you make a long term deposit into the plan, you will earn the additional services charge which often means that the plan fit yields 4% interest a year. This long term plan has been become very a root-popular among travelers and they deposit their money in the travel company1. At the maturity date of the plan, they will get a travel voucher2 ticket instead of the installment savings with an additional services charge. Travelers3 can save money in the plan by The way to save the fund are mostly for a monthly payment or one lump sum payment., bBesides, they can use their there is a bonuses to pay into the plan. payment, the deposit term is gGenerally, travelers save money in the plan from six months to five years.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       偡偱偵慜偺暥偵愊傒棫偰偺偙偲偑弌偰偄傞偺偱丄偙偙偱偼徣棯偟傑偡丅

 

2.       ticket偲偄偆偲楍幵傗旘峴婡偺寯傪峫偊傞偺偱丄椃娰偦偺懠偺堷姺寯傕娷傔偨voucher偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       椃峴幰傪庡岅偵偡傞偲暥偑娙扨偵側傝傑偡丅a bonus payment偼堄枴偑偼偭偒傝偟側偄偺偱丄揧嶍偺傛偆偵偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

These days, a Traveling Installment Plan is watched by travelers who take a trip regularly. Such a plan is limited to the use for travel expenses. If you make a long term deposit into the plan, you will earn additional services which often mean that the plan yields 4% interest a year. This long term plan has become very popular among travelers. At the maturity date of the plan, they will get a travel voucher with additional services. Travelers can save money in the plan by a monthly payment or one lump sum payment. Besides, they can use their bonuses to pay into the plan. Generally, travelers save money in the plan from six months to five years.

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俈

 

偙偺僐儔儉傊偺乽偄傑俁俇嵨偱偡丅俁俀嵨偔傜偄偵尒傜傟偨傜偆傟偟偄乿偲偄偆搳彂偱巒傑偭偨乽壗嵨庒偔尒傜傟偨偄丠乿偲偄偆僩僺僢僋丅俀侽乣係侽嵨戙偺彈惈偑搳峞幰偺拞怱偱丄乽幚擭楊偵尒傜傟偨偄乿偲偄偆堄尒偑嵟傕懡偔丄係俆亾傪愯傔傑偟偨丅乽侾侽嵨埲忋庒偔尒傜傟偨偄乿偼侾俁亾丅乽擭忋偵尒傜傟偨偄乿恖傕係亾偄傑偟偨丅帺徧乽庒偔尒傜傟傞乿恖傕丄杮摉偼擭憡墳偵尒傜傟偰偄傞丄偲偺尩偟偄巜揈傕丅乽偍悽帿偱尒偨栚傛傝俈乣俉嵨庒偔乿尵偭偰偁偘偨傜丄偦偺恖偺幚擭楊僘僶儕偱乽巚傢偢亀偆偭偦乣両亁偲岥憱偭偰偟傑偭偨乿偲偄偆丄偆偭偐傝偝傫偐傜偺搳彂傕偁傝傑偟偨丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Suzume, 26 February 19

 

A letter from a reader to this column saying, "I am now 36 years old. I am happy if I look around 32" led to the start of the topic titled "How many years do you want to look younger?" The main contributors for the topic were women in their 20s to 40s and the most common comment made by them was "I want to look actual age," which accounted for 45 percent. The comment "I want to look more than 10 years" accounted for 13 percent. The comment "I want to look older" accounted for 4 percent. Some harshly pointed out that self-described "younger-than-looks" people actually look every inch of their age. An absent-minded contributor posted a letter saying, she told one of her friend's age to be seven or eight years younger than she actually looked just to be nice, but it was her true age and so the contributor blurted out in spite of herself, "No kidding!" 

 

揧嶍

 

A letter from a reader to this column saying, "I am now 36 years old. I am will be happy if I look about around 32 years old" led to the start of the topic titled, "How many years do you want to look younger?" The main contributors to for the topic were women in their 20s to 40s and the most common comment made by them was, "I want to look at my actual age," which accounted for 45 percent. The comment, "I want to look more than 10 years "younger乭 accounted for 13 percent. The comment, "I want to look older" accounted for 4 percent. Some harshly pointed out that self-described "look-younger-than-look my real age" people actually show look every inch of their ages. An absent-minded contributor posted a letter saying that, she told one of her friends that her fried looked age to be seven or eight years younger than her fried she actually looked just to be nice, but it thta turned out to be about was her friend乫s true age and so the contributor blurted out in spite of herself, "No kidding!," without thinking what it implied.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

A letter from a reader to this column saying, "I am now 36 years old. I will be happy if I look about 32 years old" led to the start of the topic titled, "How many years do you want to look younger?" The main contributors to the topic were women in their 20s to 40s and the most common comment made by them was, "I want to look at my actual age," which accounted for 45 percent. The comment, "I want to look more than 10 years younger乭 accounted for 13 percent. The comment, "I want to look older," accounted for 4 percent. Some harshly pointed out that self-described "look-younger-than-my real age" people actually show every inch of their ages. An absent-minded contributor posted a letter saying that she told one of her friends that her fried looked seven or eight years younger than her fried actually looked just to be nice, but that turned out to be about her friend乫s true age and so the contributor blurted out , "No kidding!," without thinking what it implied.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮OKEN, 1 September 12

 

A topic 乬How many years do you want to be looked younger than your age?乭 has come from a letter sent to this column saying 乬I乫m 36 years old now. I would be happy if others see me as an around 32 year-old lady.乭 The most common contributors on the topic consisted of women in their 20s, 30s and 40s. The most common opinions, which 40 percent of the women posted, were 乬I want to be seen as a real aged lady.乭 Thirteen percent said 乬I want to be looked over 10 years younger then my current age.乭 and 4 percent 乬I want to be looked older than my age.乭 Of the opinions, there was a harsh one saying that women thinking they looked younger actually looked their age. An absent-minded woman posted a letter as follows; I flatted someone on her age saying 7 to 8 years younger age than she looked. But the age I said was her true age, so I blurted out 乬Is it true?乭

 

揧嶍

 

The A topic of this column, 乬How many years do you want to be looked younger than your age?乭 has come started from a letter sent to this column that said saying, 乬I乫m 36 years old now. I would be happy if others see me as an about around 32 year-old lady.乭 The mMost of letters common contributors on the topic came from consisted of women in their 20s, 30s and 40s. The most common opinions, which was about 40 percent of the letters women posted, was were, 乬I want to be seen at my as a real aged lady.1About 13 Thirteen percent said, 乬I want to be seen looked more than over 10 years younger then my real current age.乭 and About 4 percent said, 乬I want to be seen looked older than my real age.乭 Of these opinions, there was a harsh one saying that women thinking they looked younger by others are actually seen looked at their ages2. There was Aan absent-minded woman who posted a letter ,as follows; I flatted flattered someone on her age saying that she looked 7 to 8 years younger than what I thought her real was age than she looked. But the age I said was her true age, so I blurted out, 乬Is it true?乭

 

僐儊儞僩

 

暋嶨側撪梕偺擔杮暥偱偡偑丄塸暥偺傎傏憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅暥復偺嵟屻偺彫榖偼側偐側偐旝柇側側偄傛偆偱偡偑丄搳峞偺傑傑偱傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       乬I want to be seen as a real aged lady.乭偱偼乽巹偼杮摉偺榁彈偵尒傜傟偨偄乿偵堄枴偵側傝傑偡丅

 

2.       帺徧乽庒偔尒傜傟傞乿恖傕丄杮摉偼擭憡墳偵尒傜傟偰偄傞丄傕旝柇側撪梕偱偡偹丅乽帺暘偱偼丄懠偺恖偼巹偺偙偲傪幚擭楊傛傝庒偄偲尒偰偄傞丄偲巚偭偰偄傞恖偱傕乮偍悽帿偵婥偑偮偐側偄偩偗偱乯丄杮摉偼幚擭楊偱尒偰偄傞乿偲偄偆偙偲側偺偱偡偐傜丄揧嶍偺傛偆偵曗懌偡傞偲傢偐傝傗偡偔側傞偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The topic of this column, 乬How many years do you want to look younger than your age?乭 has started from a letter sent to this column that said, 乬I乫m 36 years old now. I would be happy if others see me as an about 32 year-old lady.乭 Most of letters on the topic came from women in their 20s, 30s and 40s. The most common opinion, which was about 40 percent of the letters  posted, was, 乬I want to be seen at my real age.乭 About 13 percent said, 乬I want to be seen  more than10 years younger then my real age.乭 About 4 percent said, 乬I want to be seen  older than my real age.乭 Of these opinions, there was a harsh one saying that women thinking they looked younger by others are actually seen at their ages. There was an absent-minded woman who posted a letter,乭 I flattered someone on her age saying that she looked 7 to 8 years younger than what I thought her real was . But the age I said was her true age, so I blurted out, 乬Is it true?乭

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 21 February 11

 

The interesting topic began with a letter to this column from a 36 year-old reader saying 乬I will be happy, if I look like around 32 years.乭 A topic of 乬How many years younger do you want to look?乭 attracted many responses from feminine readers mainly on their 20乫s to 40乫s. Ranked top was 乬as actually is乭, accounting for 45% of the total responses. Another 13% of the respondents wanted to look 乬10 years younger or more乭, and 4% liked to look 乬older than actually is乭. Some reader harshly pointed out that people who claimed that they look younger, in most cases looked their age. There was a letter from careless woman who found herself saying 乬no kidding 乭when she learned that she correctly guessed how old her friend was. Actually, she had complimentarily told her friend the age 7 to 8 years younger than she actually looked.

 

揧嶍

 

The An1 interesting topic began with a letter to this column from a 36 year-old reader saying, 乬I will be happy, if I look like around 32 years.乭 Since then, A the topic of 乬How many years younger do you want to look like?乭 has attracted many responses from female feminine readers mainly in on their 20乫s to 40乫s. Ranked at the top was 乬at the as actual age2 actually is乭, accounting for 45% of the total responses. Another 13% of the respondents wanted to look like 乬10 years or more younger than the actual age or more乭, and 4% liked to look like 乬older than the actual age actually is乭. Some readers harshly pointed out that most of people who claimed that they thought they looked younger, in fact, most cases looked just like at their actual ages. There3 was a letter from a careless woman who found herself saying to her friend ,乬no kidding,乭 when she learned that she correctly guessed how old her friend was. Actually, she had complimentarily told her friend the age that was 7 to 8 years younger than she actually looked like.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       偙偙偼弶弌側偺偱An interesting topic began乧偲偟偰丄師偵Since then, the topic of 乧偲偟傑偡丅

 

2.       at the actual ageage傪擖傟偨曽偑傢偐傝傗偡偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       偙偺憓榖偺柺敀偝偑傢偐傝傗偡偔昞尰偟偰偁傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

An interesting topic began with a letter to this column from a 36 year-old reader saying, 乬I will be happy if I look like around 32 years.乭 Since then, the topic of 乬How many years younger do you want to look like?乭 has attracted many responses from female readers mainly in their 20乫s to 40乫s. Ranked at the top was 乬at the actual age 乭, accounting for 45% of the total responses. Another 13% of the respondents wanted to look like 乬10 years or more younger than the actual age乭, and 4% liked to look like 乬older than the actual age乭. Some readers harshly pointed out that most of people who claimed that they thought they looked younger, in fact,  looked just like at their actual ages. There was a letter from a careless woman who found herself saying to her friend ,乬no kidding,乭 when she learned that she correctly guessed how old her friend was. Actually, she had complimentarily told her friend the age that was 7 to 8 years younger than she actually looked like.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄22 December 09

 

A topic 乬How many years do you want people to think you look younger than your real age?乭 in this column opened with a letter from a reader saying, 乬I乫m 36 years old. I will be happy if people think I am around 32 years old乭. Most of the responses from the readers say, 乬I want people to see me at my real age乭 and they are the opinions from the women in their 20乫s to 40乫s, accounting for 45 percent of the total responses. Thirteen percent says, 乬I want to be seen more than 10 years younger than I am乭 and four percent says, 乬I want to be seen older乭. Some people strictly point out the fact that people who say 乬People say I look younger乭 by themselves are more precisely judged their real age by other people. One letter from a person of her carelessness says that when she flattered another person saying her age 7or 8 years younger, her guess was actually her real age and she unintentionally uttered, 乬I can not believe it乭.

 

揧嶍

 

A The topic, 乬How many years younger do you want people to think to you look like younger than your real age?1乭 in this column started opened with a letter from a reader saying, 乬I乫m 36 years old. I will be happy if people think I am around 32 years old乭. Most of the responses from the readers say said2, 乬I want people to see me at my real age.and tThey were are the opinions from the women in their 20乫s to 40乫s., This age group accounted accounting for 45 percent of the total responses. Thirteen percent of them said, says, 乬I want to be seen more than 10 years younger than I am.And and four percent said says, 乬I want to be seen older乭. Some people strictly sarcastically pointed out the fact that people who say said,People say I look younger,by themselves are were in fact more more or less correctly guessed precisely judged their real ages by other people3. One letter from a careless reader person of her carelessness says said that when she flattered another person saying guessing her age 7or 8 years younger than what she thought her real age was3, her guess was actually her real age and she unintentionally carelessly uttered, 乬I can not believe it乭.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄暘偐傝擄偄偲偙傠偑偁傝傑偡丅扤偑扤偵壗傪尵偭偨偺偐丄偼偭偒傝偝偣側偄偲撪梕偑傢偐傜側偔側傝傑偡丅偙傟傜偺娭學偺昞尰偑擄偟偄偱偡偹丅

 

1.       乽壗嵨庒偔尒傜傟偨偄丠乿偺撪梕傪榑棟揑偵峫偊傞偲丄偝偔傜偝傫偺愢柧偺傛偆偵側傝傑偡偹丅偟偐偟丄偙偺暥復偱偼師偵乽乽壗嵨偖傜偄庒偔尒傜傟偨偄乿偺愢柧偑偁傞偺偱丄偙偙偱偼偼娙扨偵How many years younger (than your real age) do you want to look like?傑偨偼How young do you want to look like?偱傛偄偱偟傚偆

 

2.       暥復偑夁嫀偺婰弎偱巒傑偭偰偄傞偺偱丄慡懱傪夁嫀宍偱摑堦偟偨傎偆偑撉傒傗偡偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       偙偺傛偆側愢柧傪擖傟傞偲乮幚嵺偵偼偍悽帿偵尵偭偨擭楊傛傝俈丆俉嵨偼擭傪偲偭偰偄傞傛偆偵尒偊傞乯丄偙偺憓榖偺柺敀偝偑暘偐傝傗偡偔側傞偱偟傚偆丅僇僫僟偱偼僷乕僥傿乕偱柺敀偄榖乮帺暘偺宱尡丄傑偨偼懠恖偐傜暦偄偨幚榖偑堦斣椙偄乯傪斺業偟偰妝偟傓丄偲偄偆廗姷偑偁傝傑偡丅傢偨偟傕偄傠偄傠側柺敀偄榖傪巇擖傟偰偍偄偰斺業偱偒傞傛偆偵怱偑偗偰偄傑偡丅柺敀偄榖偑柺敀偔揱傢傞傛偆偵岺晇偡傞偺傕塸嶌暥偺曌嫮朄偺堦偮偱偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

The topic, 乬How many years younger do you want to look like ?乭 in this column started with a letter from a reader saying, 乬I乫m 36 years old. I will be happy if people think I am around 32 years old乭. Most of the responses from the readers said, 乬I want people to see me at my real age.乭 They were the opinions from the women in their 20乫s to 40乫s. This age group accounted  for 45 percent of the total responses. Thirteen percent of them said, 乬I want to be seen more than 10 years younger than I am.乭 And four percent said , 乬I want to be seen older乭. Some people sarcastically pointed out that people who said, 乬 I look younger,乭 were in fact more or less correctly guessed their real ages by other people. One letter from a careless reader  said that when she flattered another person guessing her age 7or 8 years younger than what she thought her real age was, her guess was actually her real age and she carelessly uttered, 乬I can not believe it乭.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 30 January 09

 

乬How young do you want to look like?乭 This topic started a letter from a reader that wrote to a column, 乬I am now thirty-six years old. I am happy if I look around thirty-two years old.乭 Mainly the female readers between twenty and forty years old sent letters about this topic. According to these respondents, the forty-fivepercents of the females wanted to look their true age. The thirteen percents of them wanted to look ten years old younger. However, the fore percents of them wanted to look older. Some respondents pointed out seriously that people who called themselves 乭we look younger乭 actually look their true age. There was this letter from one of the readers. This person told a female friend with complement that she looked seven or eight years old younger. But the friend was the same age as the person said. The person got surprised, saying instantly, 乬You are no kidding

 

揧嶍

 

乬How young do you want to look like?乭 This topic started with a letter from a reader who that wrote to this a column, 乬I am now thirty-six years old. I will1 be am happy if I look like about around thirty-two years old.乭 Mainly the female readers between twenty and forty years old sent in letters about this topic. According to these letters respondents, the forty-five percents2 of them females wanted to look like at their true ages. The tThirteen percents of them wanted to look like ten years old younger. However, the fore percents of them wanted to look like older. Some letters respondents pointed out seriously that people who though they called themselves 乭we looked younger actually looked like at their true ages. There was this a letter from one careless of the readers. This careless3 person told flattered her a female friend with a complement that she looked seven or eight years old younger. But her the friend said that she was exactly the same age as the careless person said. The careless person got so surprised, that she shouted, saying instantly, 乬You are no kidding

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       壜擻惈偺偁傝偦偆側偙偲側偺偱丄I will be happy.偲偟傑偟偨丅偦偆偱偁偭偨傜偆傟偟偄丄偲偄偆乮晄壜擻側乯婅朷側傜偽丄I would be happy if I looked like ~.偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       percent偼扨悢宍傕暋悢宍傕percent傑偨偼per cent偱偡丅

 

3.       榖偺拞偺擇恖傪嬫暿偡傞偨傔偵丄偙偺恖傪the careless person偲偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

乬How young do you want to look like?乭 This topic started with a letter from a reader who  wrote to this column, 乬I am now thirty-six years old. I will be happy if I look like about  thirty-two years old.乭 Mainly female readers between twenty and forty years old sent in letters about this topic. According to these letters, forty-five percent of them wanted to look like at their true ages. Thirteen percent of them wanted to look like ten years younger. However,  fore percent of them wanted to look like older. Some letters pointed out that people who though they looked younger actually looked like at their true ages. There was a letter from one careless reader. This careless person flattered her female friend with a complement that she looked seven or eight years younger. But her friend said that she was exactly the same age as the careless person said. The careless person got so surprised that she shouted, 乬You are no kidding乭.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄24 May 08

 

A letter from a reader was written to a readers' column. The letter said "I am now 36 years old. I am happy if I look like about 32 years old." The topic including "How old do you want to be younger?" started from this letter. In this topic, main posters were between their twenties and their forties. Forty-five percent of opinions were that they desire to be seen as their true age. Thirteen percent of opinions were that they desire to look like 10 years younger. Four percent of opinion were that they desire to be seen as a seniority. Some people strictly point out that those who call himself to look younger really look their age. There was a letter from a scatterbrained person. Her letter said that when she flattered him to be 7 to 8 years old younger than it looks, its age was the same as his age. Then, I blurted "Is it true?"

 

揧嶍

 

The topic of this column, 乬How young do you want to look like?乭 started with Aa letter from a reader was written to a readers' column. She wrote, The letter said "I am now 36 years old. I am happy if I look like about 32 years old." The topic including "How old do you want to be younger?" started from this letter. On In this topic, main the majority of posters were between in their twenties and their forties. Forty-five percent of them opinions were that they desire wanted to be seen at as their true ages. Thirteen percent wanted of opinions were that they desire to look like 10 years younger. Four percent wanted of opinion were that they desire to be seen older than their real ages as a seniority. Some people strictly sarcastically pointed out that when somebody told you that you looked younger than you actually were, you were just flattered those who call himself to look younger really look their age. There was a letter from a scatterbrained person lady. Her letter said that when sShe flattered him a woman guessing her age to be 7 to 8 years old younger than she it really  looksed,. When the woman replied that she guessed the woman乫s age right, the scatterbrained lady its age was the same as his age. Then, I blurted, "It can乫t be true Is it true?!"

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺奣棯偼傢偐傝傑偡偑丄嵟婜偺憓榖偑傢偐傝傑偣傫丅偙偺憓榖偼暋嶨偱丄撪梕偼師偺偁偡偐偝傫偺搳峞偺僐儊儞僩係偱愢柧偟偰傒傑偟偨偐傜偛棗偔偩偝偄丅

 

揧嶍屻偺僐儊儞僩

 

The topic of this column, 乬How young do you want to look like?乭 started with a letter from a reader. She wrote, "I am now 36 years old. I am happy if I look like about 32 years old." On  this topic, the majority of posters were between in their twenties and forties. Forty-five percent of them wanted to be seen at their true ages. Thirteen percent wanted to look like 10 years younger. Four percent wanted to be seen older than their real ages. Some people sarcastically pointed out that when somebody told you that you looked younger than you actually were, you were just flattered. There was a letter from a scatterbrained lady. She flattered a woman guessing her age to be 7 to 8 years younger than she really looked. When the woman replied that she guessed the woman乫s age right, the scatterbrained lady blurted, "It can乫t be true !"

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮偁偡偐丄22 January 07

 

I found a letter from a contributor on a column, it just started to write, 乬I乫m 36 years old now, but if I look thirty-two years old, I'm happy." This topic title was "How much you want to be looked younger?". Most of the contributors were from twenties to forties years old and 13% of them want to be ten years younger than their age. However, 4% of them want to be looked older. There was an another letter from careless person, one day he flattered a lady on her age which was seven or eight years younger than she looks, then, he guessed right, he was so surprised and carelessly bubbled out, 乬You are kidding!"

 

揧嶍

 

This column started with I found a letter from a female reader saying1, contributor on a column, it just started to write, 乬I乫m 36 years old now., Bbut if I look thirty-two years old, I'm happy I will be very happy if I look 32 years old." Now this column continues with a This topic title,  was "How much younger you do you want to be looked younger2?". Most of the contributors to the column were from twenties twenty to forties forty years old and 13% of them wanted to look be ten years younger than their age. However, 4% of them wanted to be looked older. There was a an another letter from a careless person on this tricky subject of guessing a woman乫s age3., oOne day this person (a female) he tried to flattered her friend4 a lady on her age and told her friend that her friend looked which was seven or eight years younger than she what she thought her friend really looksed., tThen, to her surprise, she guessed her friend乫s age right., She was so surprised and carelessly bubbled out, 乬You are kidding!"

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       偙偺擔杮暥偺攚宨偼丄偁傞怴暦偺搳彂棑偺榖戣偱丄偙偺暥復偼偙偺搳彂棑偺曇廤幰偑搳彂偺撪梕偵晅偄偰僐儊儞僩偟偰偄傞丄偲偄偭偨傕偺偱偡丅偙偺傛偆側帇揰偐傜揧嶍偟傑偟偨丅

 

2.       How old do I look to you? 乽偁側偨偵偼丄巹偼壗嵨偖傜偄偵尒偊傑偡偐丠乿You look thirty years old. 乽俁侽嵨偵尒偊傑偡丅乿偲偄偆傛偆偵look傪乽乣偵尒偊傞乿偲偄偆擻摦懺偵巊偆偺偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       師偺僄僺僜乕僪偑側偐側偐暋嶨側偺偱丄愭偢偼偙偺曗懌愢柧傪偄傟偰丄偳傫側偙偲偵偮偄偰偺僄僺僜乕僪偐傪愢柧偟傑偟偨丅

 

4.       偙偺僄僺僜乕僪偵偼擇恖偺彈惈偑擇恖乮乽偆偭偦偆両乿偲尵偭偨偺傕彈惈偲夝庍偟傑偟偨乯弌偰偔傞偺偱丄she and her friend偲偟偰嬫暿偟傑偟偨丅偳偙偑柺敀偄偐傢偐傞傑偱帪娫偑偐偐傝傑偟偨丅偁傞彈惈偑桭払偺彈惈偵乮幚擭楊偼懡暘係侽嵨偖傜偄側偺偩偲巚偭偰偄傞偑乯偍悽帿偵乽偁側偨偼俁俀嵨偖傜偄偱偟傚偆乿偲尵偭偨偲偙傠丄偙偺桭払偑乽偦偆傛丄俁俀嵨側偺丅乿偲摎偊偨偺偱丄巚傢偢乮傑偝偐丄偦傫側偵庒偄偼偢偼側偄丄偩偭偰幚嵺偵偼係侽嵨偖傜偄偵傒偊傞偐傜乯乽偆偭偦偆両乿偲尵偭偰偟傑偭偨丄偲偄偆偙偲側偺偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

This column started with a letter from a female reader saying, 乬I乫m 36 years old now. But I will be very happy if I look 32 years old." Now this column continues with a title, "How much younger do you want to look?". Most of the contributors to the column were from twenty to  forty years old and 13% of them wanted to look ten years younger. However, 4% of them wanted to look older. There was a letter from a careless person on this tricky subject of guessing a woman乫s age. One day this person (a female) tried to flatter her friend on her age and told her friend that her friend looked seven or eight years younger than what she thought her friend really looked. Then, to her surprise, she guessed her friend乫s age right. She was so surprised and carelessly bubbled out, 乬You are kidding!"

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俉

 

嵟嬤丄榬帪寁傪偟偰偄傞恖偑尭偭偰偄傞丅帪娫傪妋擣偡傞偩偗側傜丄実懷揹榖傗挰拞偺帪寁偱廫暘帠懌傝傞丅偁傞僀儞僞乕僱僢僩偺徚旓幰挷嵏偵傛傞偲丄奜弌帪偵乽実懷揹榖偟偐帩偨側偄乿恖偺妱崌偼係俇亾偱丄実懷揹榖偲榬帪寁傪乽椉曽帩偭偰偄傞乿恖乮係係亾乯傪忋夞偭偰偄偨丅尰嵼丄榬帪寁偵媮傔傜傟傞傛偆偵側偭偰偒偨偺偼丄僼傽僢僔儑儞惈偩傠偆丅暈憰偵崌傢偣偰丄妚儀儖僩偺傕偺傗丄偑偭偪傝偲偟偨嬥懏惢偺傕偺側偳偵乬拝懼偊傞乭恖傕彮側偔側偄丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Suzeme, 27 February 19

 

Recently, fewer and fewer people are wearing wristwatches. It is because just watching your cell-phone or looking at clocks all over the city would suffice in order for you to check the time. According to online consumer research, the ratio of people who only carry cell-phones when they go out was 46 percent, exceeding the ratio of people who carry both cell-phones and wristwatches (44 percent). I assume fissionability is what people today have been increasingly looking for. A number of people change their watch belt from a leather belt to a massive metallic belt to coordinate the taste of the belt with that of the clothes they wear

 

揧嶍

 

Recently, fewer and fewer people are wearing wristwatches. It is because just watching checking your cell-phone or looking at clocks all over the city can tell you would suffice in order for you to check the time. According to an online consumer research, the ratio percentage of people who only carry cell-phones when they go out was 46 percent, exceeding the percentage ratio of people who carry both cell-phones and wristwatches (44 percent). I assume fissionability fashion is what people today  think important have been increasingly looking for a wrist watch. A number of people change their watch belt from a leather belt to a massive metallic belt to coordinate match the taste of the belt with that of the clothes they wear

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Recently, fewer and fewer people are wearing wristwatches. It is because just checking your cell-phone or looking at clocks all over the city can tell you the time. According to an online consumer research, the percentage of people who only carry cell-phones when they go out was 46 percent, exceeding the percentage of people who carry both cell-phones and wristwatches (44 percent). I assume fashion is what people today think important for a wrist watch. A number of people change their watch belt from a leather belt to a massive metallic belt to match the belt with that of the clothes they wear

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮Lucca, 18 Aug 14

 

People wearing a wrist watch are decreasing in number these day. Your cellar phone or clocks in town tell you the time even when you go out without a wrist watch. An internet consumer survey revealed that 46 percent of people carried only a cellar phone when they went out, and 44 percent of people carried both a cellar phone and a wrist watch.  Nowadays, the wrist watch is considered as a part of fashion. In order to matching their outfits, people put on an elegant watch with a leather belt or a bulky one with a metallic belt like they change their outfits.

 

揧嶍

 

People wearing a wrist watch are decreasing in number these day. Your cellar phone or clocks in town tell you the time even when you go out without a wrist watch. An internet consumer survey revealed that 46 percent of people carried only a cellar phone when they went out, and 44 percent of people carried both a cellar phone and a wrist watch. Nowadays, the wrist watch is considered as a part of fashion. In order to matching their outfits, people put on an elegant watch with a leather belt or a bulky one with a metallic belt like they change their outfits.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅揧嶍売強偼偁傝傑偣傫丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 22 February 11

 

Recently, we see fewer and fewer people wearing a wrist watch. Cell phones or clocks out on the street will be all that is needed if we are to only check the time. An internet consumer research showed that 46% of the respondents go out carrying only their cell phone while 44% of them go out with both their cell phone and wrist watch. Nowadays, being fashionable is what more and more people are requiring of their wrist watches. Not a few people enjoy changing their wrist watches to achieve good coordination with their attire. At one time they wear a watch with leather belt, and at other times the one with hard metallic belt.

 

揧嶍

 

Recently, we see fewer and fewer people wearing a wrist watch. Cell phones or clocks out on the street can tell us will be all that is needed if we are to only check the time. An internet survey consumer research showed that 46% of the respondents went go out carrying only their cell phones while 44% of them went go out with both their cell phones and wrist watches. Nowadays, being fashionable is what more and more people are requiring of their wrist watches. Many of them1 Not a few people enjoy changing their wrist watches to achieve good coordination with their attire. At one time they wear a watch with a leather belt, and at other times the one with a hard metallic belt.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       偙偆偡傞偲丄慜偺暥偲偺偮側偑傝偑傛偔側傝傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Recently, we see fewer and fewer people wearing a wrist watch. Cell phones or clocks out on the street can tell us the time. An internet survey showed that 46% of the respondents went  out carrying only their cell phones while 44% of them went out with both their cell phones and wrist watches. Nowadays, being fashionable is what more and more people are requiring of their wrist watches. Many of them enjoy changing their wrist watches to achieve good coordination with their attire. At one time they wear a watch with a leather belt, and at other times one with a hard metallic belt.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄25 December 09

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing in number recently. Carrying a cell phone or looking at a clock in the city would work enough to know the time. According to an Internet consumer survey, while forty-four percent of people asked say that they carry both their cell phone and watch with themselves when they go out, forty-six percent of them say that they carry only their cell phone. What is required to a wrist watch now is probably fissionability. Not a few people change their watch to match their clothes, for example, choosing such a watch with the leather belt or the metal one with more firm feeling.

 

揧嶍

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing in number recently. Carrying a cell phone with a clock or looking at a clock available around in the city would works1 fine enough to know the time. According to an Internet consumer survey, while forty-four percent of people asked say that they carry both their cell phone and watch with themselves when they go out, forty-six percent of them say that they carry only their cell phone. What is required for to a wrist watch now is probably its value as a fashion fissionability. Not a few people change their watch to match their clothes, for example, choosing such a watch with the a leather belt or a the metal belt one with a more firm feeling.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       幚嵺偵偙偆偟偰偄傞恖偑懡偄偺偱丄尰嵼宍偱彇弎偡傞偩偗偱傛偄偱偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing in number recently. Carrying a cell phone with a clock or looking at a clock available around the city works fine to know the time. According to an Internet consumer survey, while forty-four percent of people asked say that they carry both their cell phone and watch when they go out, forty-six percent of them say that they carry only their cell phone. What is required for a wrist watch now is probably its value as a fashion . Not a few people change their watch to match their clothes, for example, choosing such a watch with a leather belt or a metal belt with a more firm feeling.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 1 February 09

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing recently. We can check a time easily with our cell phone or clocks in a town. According to an internet consumer survey,46percent of people carry a cell phone only with them when they go out and 44percent of them carry both a cell phone and a wrist watch. Nowadays wrist watches are needed to be fashionable. Some people enjoy coordinating their cloths and wrist watch as they change their cloths. They choose a wrist watch with a leather belt or a metallic belt.

 

揧嶍

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing in number recently. We can check a the1 time easily with by our cell phone or clocks around the in a town. According to an internet consumer survey, 46 percent of people carry a cell phone but not a wrist watch only with them when they go out and 44 percent of them people carry both a cell phone and a wrist watch. Nowadays, wrist watches must are needed to be fashionable. Some people enjoy coordinating their cloths and wrist watches as they change their cloths for the best fashion2. For example3, Tthey can choose a wrist watch with a leather belt or a metallic belt.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       time偵偼偄傠偄傠側梡朄偑偁傝傑偡丅帿彂偱挷傋傞偲柺敀偄偱偟傚偆丅偙偙偱偼乽尰嵼偺帪娫乿側偺偱the time偲側傝傑偡丅

 

2.       coordinate偲婛偵尵偭偰偄傞偺偱丄as they change ~.偑偁傞偲撪梕偑崿棎偟傑偡丅

 

3.       慜偺暥偲偺偮側偑傝偑偁傞傛偆偵丄偙偺傛偆側嬪傪偄傟傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

People who wear a wrist watch are decreasing in number recently. We can check the time easily by our cell phone or clocks around the town. According to an internet consumer survey, 46 percent of people carry a cell phone but not a wrist watch when they go out and 44 percent of people carry both a cell phone and a wrist watch. Nowadays, wrist watches must be fashionable. Some people enjoy coordinating their cloths and wrist watches for the best fashion. For example, they can choose a wrist watch with a leather belt or a metallic belt.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄25 May 08

 

Recently, those who wear a watch are decreasing in number. If we see our mobile phone or clocks in a town, we can easily know time. According to an Internet consumer survey, 46% of the people have only their mobile phone when they go out and 44% of the people have their mobile phone and watch. What is required for watches may be fashionability. Many people choose a leather belt or a metal belt to go together with their clothes.

 

揧嶍

 

Recently, those who wear a watch are decreasing in number. If we see check our mobile phone or clocks in a the town, we can easily find out know the time. According to an Internet consumer survey, 46% of the people have carry only their mobile phone with them when they go out and 44% of the people carry have both their mobile phone and watch. What is required for watches producers is may be to create stylish watches fashionability. Now Mmany people choose a leather belt or a metal belt for their writs-watch to go together with their clothes.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺傎傏憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡偑What is required for watches may be fashionability.偑傢偐傝傑偣傫丅揧嶍偺傛偆偵愢柧偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Recently, those who wear a watch are decreasing in number. If we check our mobile phone or clocks in the town, we can easily find out the time. According to an Internet consumer survey, 46% of people carry only their mobile phone with them when they go out and 44% carry  both their mobile phone and watch. What is required for watch producers is to create stylish watches. Now many people choose a leather belt or a metal belt for their writs-watch to go with their clothes.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮YASUKUN, 11 January 07

 

Recently, less and less people wear a watch. Actually we can check the time only with cellular phones or clocks around street. A consumer's survey on Internet showed that forty-six percent of people take only a cellular phone and forty-four percent of people take both a cellular phone and a watch. The former was superior to the latter. Nowadays watches are required to be fashionable. Not a few people "change" their watches as they change clothes. Sometimes they choose a watch with laser band and sometimes a hard metallic one.

 

揧嶍

 

Recently, less and less people wear a writs watches1. Actually we can check the time by only with a cellular phones or a clocks on the around street. A consumer's survey on the Internet showed that forty-six percent of people take carry only a cellular phone and forty-four percent of people take carry both a cellular phone and a wrist watch. The former was superior to the latter. Nowadays wrist watches are required to be fashionable. Not a few people "change" their wrist watches as they change their clothes2. Sometimes they choose a wrist watch with a leather laser band and sometimes with a hard metallic one band.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

1.       a watch偼榬帪寁偲夰拞帪寁偺椉曽傪巜偡偺偱丄偙偙偱偼a wrist watch偵偟傑偡丅尰嵼偱偼夰拞帪寁傪巊偆恖偼傎偲傫偳尒偐偗傑偣傫偑丅

 

2.       cloths偼偄偮傕暋悢宍偱堖暈偺堄枴丄clothing偼晄壛嶼柤帉偱傗偼傝堖暈偺偙偲丄cloth偼暔幙柤帉偱晍偺偙偲丄偲傗傗偙偟偄偱偡偹丅He took off his wet clothing that was made of cotton cloth and changed into dry cloths.

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

Recently, less and less people wear writs watches. Actually we can check the time by a cellular phone or a clock on the street. A consumers乫 survey on the Internet showed that forty-six percent of people carry only a cellular phone and forty-four percent of people carry both a cellular phone and a wrist watch. The former was superior to the latter. Nowadays wrist watches are required to be fashionable. Not a few people "change" their wrist watches as they change their clothes2. Sometimes they choose a wrist watch with a leather band and sometimes with a hard metallic band.

 

 

 

弶媺楙廗栤戣丂係侽俋

 

寢崶偟偰弶傔偰擭夑忬傪彂偒傑偡丅偪傚偭偲僆僔儍儗偵塸岅偺暥柺偵偟偨偄偲巚偭偰偄傞偺偱偡偑埲壓偺傛偆側暥柺傪塸岅偱偳偺傛偆偵彂偄偨傜偄偄偐嫵偊偰偄偨偩偗側偄偱偟傚偆偐丅

偪側傒偵丄寢崶寭梡擭夑忬偵偟偨偄偲巚偭偰偄傑偡丅

 

寢崶偟偰弶傔偰偺偍惓寧傪寎偊傑偟偨丅

崱擭偐傜偼擇恖偱椡傪崌傢偣偰偑傫偽傝傑偡丅

枹弉側擇恖偱偡偑丄崱擭傕媂偟偔偛巜摫偔偩偝偄傑偡傛偆丂偍婅偄怽偟忋偘傑偡丅

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俉乮Suzume, 28 February 19

 

I would like to write New Year's cards for the first time after marriage. I want to write them in English so that they would look cool. So, could you please tell me how to translate the Japanese sentences below in English? In addition, I want to make the New Year's cards to also serve as notice of our marriage.

 

Today, we celebrate the New Year for the first time after marriage. We will unite our strength and do our best this year. We are inexperienced and so I would like to ask for your continuous support in the years to come.

 

揧嶍

 

I would like to write New Year's cards for the first time after marriage. I want to write them in English so that they would look cool. So, could you please tell me how to translate the Japanese sentences below into English? In addition, I want to make the New Year's cards to also serve as a notice of our marriage too.

 

Today, we celebrate the New Year for the first time after marriage. We will unite our strength and do our best this year. We have still a lot to learn from you are inexperienced and so I would like to ask again for your continuous support in the years to come.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

擔杮恖偑撉幰側傜撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅乽枹弉側擇恖偱偡偑丄崱擭傕媂偟偔偛巜摫偔偩偝偄傑偡傛偆丂偍婅偄怽偟忋偘傑偡丅乿偼偙偺傛偆側応崌偺晛捠偺尵偄夞偟偱偡偑丄塸岅寳撉幰偵撪梕傪愢柧偡傞偲側傞偲暥壔偺堘偄偱偡偐傜擄偟偔側傝傑偡丅揧嶍偼撪梕傪嬶懱揑偵偟偟偰傒傑偟偨丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

I would like to write New Year's cards for the first time after marriage. I want to write them in English so that they would look cool. So, could you please tell me how to translate the Japanese sentences below into English? In addition, I want to make the New Year's cards to serve as a notice of our marriage too.

 

Today, we celebrate the New Year for the first time after marriage. We will unite our strength and do our best this year. We have still a lot to learn from you and so I would like to ask again for your continuous support in the years to come.

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俈乮Lucca, 18 Aug 14

 

We got married last year and are preparing for the first New Year乫s cards. We are planning to write a new year message in English that makes it cool. We have already decided the content of our message, but would like to know how to write it in English. This new year's card is going to include the notice of our marriage. We'd appreciate it if you could translate the following text into English. 

 

Season's Greeting and A Happy New Year.

We got married last year and celebrate the first New Year together.

As we are just getting started the marital life, we will do our best to build a happy family.

As the new year starts, we wish you and your family a Happy New Year.

 

揧嶍

 

We got married last year and are preparing for the first New Year乫s cards now. We are planning to write a new year乫s message in English that makes it the cards look cool. We have already decided the contents1 of our message, but would like to know how to write it them in English. This new year's card is going to include the notice of our marriage. We'd appreciate it if you could translate the following text into English. 

 

Season's Greeting and A Happy New Year.

We got married last year and celebrate the first New Year together this year2.

As we are just getting started the our married marital life, we will do our best to build a happy family.

As the new year starts, we wish you and your family a Happy New Year.

 

僐儊儞僩丂

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       捠忢丄暋悢宍偱巊偄傑偡丅

 

2.       Last year偲懳斾偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We got married last year and are preparing for the first New Year乫s cards now. We are planning to write a new year乫s message in English that makes the cards look cool. We have already decided the contents of our message, but would like to know how to write them in English. This new year's card is going to include the notice of our marriage. We'd appreciate it if you could translate the following text into English. 

 

Season's Greeting and A Happy New Year.

We got married last year and celebrate the first New Year together this year.

As we are just getting started our married  life, we will do our best to build a happy family.

As the new year starts, we wish you and your family a Happy New Year.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俇乮OKEN, 29 September 12

 

We would like to write a New Year乫s card for the first time after our marriage. We are planning to write it in English, hoping it will be a classy one. So, please teach us how to write the following text in English. Additionally, we would like to make a New Year card which also inform of our marriage. We have had a New Year for the first time after our marriage. We will work together from this year to make our life happy. We are still unskilled in life, so please teach us proper way of life this year.

 

揧嶍

 

We would like to send write a New Year乫s card for the first time after our marriage. We are planning to write it in English, hoping it will be a classy one. So, please teach us how to write the following text in English. Additionally, we would like to make a New Year乫s card which also inform of our marriage.

 

We have had a New Year for the first time after our marriage. We will work together from this year to make our life happy. We are still inexperienced in many ways unskilled in life, so please keep giving us your valuable advice this year too teach us proper way of life this year1.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺偡傋偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       乽枹弉側擇恖偱偡偑丄崱擭傕媂偟偔偛巜摫偔偩偝偄傑偡傛偆丂偍婅偄怽偟忋偘傑偡丅乿偲偄偆尵偄曽丄恖偲偺偮偒偁偄偐偨丄偑杒暷偱偼堦斒揑偱偼側偄偺偱丄塸岅偺昞尰偼擄偟偄偱偡偹丅揧嶍偼 we are inexperienced in many ways偲搳峞傛傝彮偟嬶懱揑偵偟傑偟偨丅忋巌丄愭攜丄栚忋偺恊愂偺恖側傜inexperienced傪偦傟側傝偵夝庍偡傞偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We would like to send a New Year乫s card for the first time after our marriage. We are planning to write it in English, hoping it will be a classy one. So, please teach us how to write the following text in English. Additionally, we would like to make a New Year乫s card which also inform of our marriage.

 

乬We have a New Year for the first time after our marriage. We will work together to make our life happy. We are still inexperienced in many ways , so please keep giving us your valuable advice this year too.乭

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俆乮mxtomi, 23 February 11

 

We are going to send New Year乫s cards for the first time since we got married. We would like to write the cards in English to make them a little cool. We would be very happy if you could let us know how to write following sentences in English. For your information, I would like them to work also as a wedding announcement.

 

We are enjoying our first New Year holiday since our marriage. We will work together and do our utmost to make the days ahead promising. We would appreciate it if you could give us your continued guidance in this year.

 

揧嶍

 

We are going to send New Year乫s cards for the first time since we got married. We would like to write the cards in English to make them a little cool. We would be very happy if you could let us know how to write following sentences in English. For your information, I would like use them to work also as a wedding announcement too.

 

We are enjoying our first New Year holiday since our marriage. We will work together and do our utmost to make the days ahead promising. We would appreciate it if you could give us your continued guidance in this year.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅塸暥偼挌擩側擔杮暥傪昞尰偟偰偄傑偡丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We are going to send New Year乫s cards for the first time since we got married. We would like to write the cards in English to make them a little cool. We would be very happy if you could let us know how to write following sentences in English. For your information, I would like use them  as a wedding announcement too.

 

We are enjoying our first New Year holiday since our marriage. We will work together and do our utmost to make the days ahead promising. We would appreciate it if you could give us your continued guidance this year.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂係乮偝偔傜丄25 December 09

 

This is the first year for us to send New Year乫s greeting cards after we got married. I want to make the cards posh, writing them in English. Would you teach me how to express the following contents?  I want the cards to include the address of our marriage.

 

We are celebrating the first New Year days after we got married.

 

We will do our best to live this year happily.

 

We will be grateful for your further guidance this year as well.

 

揧嶍

 

This is the first year for us to send New Year乫s greeting cards after we got married. I want to make the cards posh, writing them in English. Would you teach me how to express the following contents?  I want the cards to include the address announcement of our marriage.

 

We are celebrating the our first New Year days after we got married.

 

We will do our best to make live this year fruitful happily.

 

We will be grateful for if you could continue providing us with your valuable further guidance this year too as well1.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

塸暥偺撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       擭夑忬偺暥柺偼塸岅偱傛偔巊傢傟傞昞尰偵偟傑偟偨丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

This is the first year for us to send New Year乫s greeting cards after we got married. I want to make the cards posh, writing them in English. Would you teach me how to express the following contents? I want the cards to include the announcement of our marriage.

 

We are celebrating our first New Year after we got married.

 

We will do our best to make this year fruitful .

 

We will be grateful if you could continue providing us with your valuable guidance this year too.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俁乮Speedy, 2 February 09

 

We are going to write New Year乫s card for the first time since we got married. We would like to write our message in English smartly.  Could you tell us how to write the following massages in English?  The card is for the greeting of our marriage and New Year. 

 

We have our first New Year乫s holidays since our marriage.

 

We decided to do our best for building our good future from this year.

 

But, our path just started. We would appreciate it very much if you could give us your advice.

 

揧嶍

 

We are going to write send New Year乫s cards for the first time since we got married. We would like to write a smart our message in English smartly.  Could you tell us how to write the following massages in English?  The card will be used is for New Year乫s the greetings as well as an announcement of our marriage and New Year. 

 

We are enjoying1 have our first New Year乫s holidays since our marriage.

 

We will decided to do our best for building our good future together2 from this year.

 

But3, oOur path new life has just started. We would appreciate it very much if you could give us your advice.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       偙傫側婥帩偪傪昞偡昞尰偵偡傞偲傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       together偲偄偆偺偑僉乕儚乕僪偱偟傚偆丅

 

3.       but偲偄偆偺偼僱僈僥傿僽側姶偠傪帩偭偰偄傞偺偱丄擭夑忬偵偼傆偝傢偟偔側偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We are going to send New Year乫s cards for the first time since we got married. We would like to write a smart message in English. Could you tell us how to write the following massages in English? The card will be used for New Year乫s greetings as well as an announcement of our marriage. 

 

We are enjoying our first New Year乫s holidays since our marriage.

 

We will do our best for building our future together.

 

Our new life has just started. We would appreciate it very much if you could give us your advice.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂俀乮娾偪傖傫丄26 May 08

 

I'll write New Year's cards for the first time since I got married. As I want to write fashionable English sentences, please tell me how to write the following sentences in English. Incidentally, I want to make New Year's card-cum-wedding announcement. We'll celebrate New Year's Holidays for the first time since we got married. We'll work hard to establish a new life from this year. As always, we appreciate your continuing support for our activities.

 

揧嶍

 

I'll We are going to send1 write New Year's cards for the first time since we I got married. As I We want to make them a little fancy and write fashionable greetings in English2 sentences,. pPlease tell us me how to write the following sentences in English. Incidentally, We I want to send make New Year's card greetings-cum-wedding announcement cards.

 

We'll are celebrateing3 our first New Year's Hholidays for the first time since we got married. We'll work hard together to establish a our new life from this year. As always, we appreciate Please provide us with your continuing support for our activities.

 

僐儊儞僩

 

撪梕偺憤偰偑傢偐傝傑偡丅

 

1.       寢崶偺垾嶢偲偄偆偙偲側偺偱丄we偑傛偄偱偟傚偆丅

 

2.       乽偪傚偭偲僆僔儍儗偵塸岅偺暥柺偵偟偨偄乿偼乽偪傚偭偲偍煭棊側擭夑忬傪弌偟偨偺偱丄垾嶢傪塸岅偵偟偨偄乿偲偄偆偙偲偱偟傚偆丅write fashionable English sentences偼尰嵼棳峴偟偰偄傞塸岅偺暥嬪丄偲側傝傑偡丅

 

3.       擭夑忬偺暥嬪偼尰嵼宍偑晛捠偱偡偹丅

 

揧嶍屻偺暥復

 

We are going to send New Year's cards for the first time since we got married. We want to make them a little fancy and write greetings in English. Please tell us how to write the following sentences in English. Incidentally, We want to send New Year's  greetings-cum-wedding announcement cards.

 

We are celebrating our first New Year's holidays since we got married. We'll work hard together to establish our new life. Please provide us with your continuing support.

 

 

撉幰偐傜偺搳峞丂侾乮Hanasaki, 15 November 06

 

I'm going to write New Year's cards for the first time since I got married. I want to make them a little bit cool by writing them in English. Would you please tell me how to write the following sentences in English? Incidentally, I want to send this card as both a New Year's card and a wedding announcement.

 

We are spending the first New Year's Holidaies after our wedding.

 

We will do our best together from this year.

 

We are still young, so your continued support will be greatly appreciated.

 

揧嶍