2022年01月23日

1月23日:日本の最新英語ニュース:USJのジェットコースターが緊急停止など



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東京:新規感染者11,227人
九州でM6.4の地震
噴火で壊滅的被害を受けたトンガの復興を決意
核兵器禁止条約締約国会議:10か国が参加
日本人の37%が韓国との関係は重要ではない
リオのカーニバルが4月に延期
USJのジェットコースターが緊急停止
タイガー魔法瓶:炭酸保冷ボトル発売
日本で急成長中の非飲料商品の自動販売機





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Tokyo reports 11,227 new coronavirus cases.
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Saturday reported a record high 11,227 new coronavirus cases, up 1,528 from Friday and up 6,666 from last Saturday. It is the first time that the daily count has topped 10,000.
The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 12, up one from Friday, health officials said. The nationwide figure was 424, up 10 from Friday.

6.4-Magnitude earthquake rocks southwestern Japan.
An earthquake with estimated magnitude of 6.4 occurred at the depth of about 40 kilometers off the Pacific coast of the Kyushu region in southwestern Japan at around 1:08 a.m. Saturday, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.
No tsunami is feared following the earthquake, agency officials said.
The quake measured upper 5, the fourth-highest level on the Japanese seismic intensity scale, in Oita and Miyazaki.

Tongans determined to rebuild battered homeland after eruption.
Tongans said they were determined to rebuild their battered homeland in the wake of last week's devastating eruption and tsunami as a massive clean-up continued Saturday in the Pacific kingdom.
The powerful eruption of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcano last Saturday triggered a tsunami that crashed across the Tongan archipelago, affecting more than 80 percent of the population, according to the United Nations.

10 countries to observe U.N. nuclear ban treaty meeting in March.
At least ten countries have officially notified the United Nations that they will participate as observers at the first meeting of signatories to a treaty banning nuclear weapons slated for March in Vienna, sources familiar with the matter said Friday.
Japan, which relies on the U.S. nuclear umbrella for its security and is not one of the treaty's 86 signatory countries and regions, is facing growing calls to join the meeting as an observer as it is the only country to have experienced atomic bombings.

37% of Japanese say ties with South Korea unimportant: survey.
Around 37% of people in Japan do not think that the country’s future relationship with South Korea is important, a Cabinet Office survey on diplomacy showed Friday.
At 37.4%, the share of respondents who said they do not think Tokyo-Seoul ties are important fell by 3.0 percentage points from the record high set in the previous survey for fiscal 2020, but it remained at a high level.

Rio de Janeiro Carnival parades postponed to April.
The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro says it will postpone February's annual Carnival parades to late April, due to a surge in coronavirus cases.
Rio's Mayor Eduardo Paes told local television the city decided it was appropriate to delay the event instead of cancelling it. He said infections are expected to subside by late April.
The city has already canceled its Carnival street parties due to the pandemic.
Brazil has been experiencing a surge in COVID-19 infections, with more than 100,000 cases reported daily.
Roller coaster at Universal Studios Japan comes to emergency halt 43 meters up.

Some 30 passengers on a roller coaster at Universal Studios Japan (USJ) in this city were left stranded 43 meters above the ground when the ride came to an emergency halt on Jan. 22.
The incident occurred on the "Hollywood Dream - The Ride" roller coaster at about 1:10 p.m. According to the operator of the park in Osaka's Konohana Ward, a sensor detected an abnormality. As of 1:50 p.m. on Jan. 22, passengers were being retrieved from the ride.

Tiger releases 1st bottle that keeps carbonated drinks fizzy.
Tiger Corp., a leading domestic maker of thermos bottles and rice cookers, has become the first Japanese manufacturer to develop a vacuum-insulated bottle that keeps carbonated drinks from losing their fizz.
The company released the new product on Friday with expectations for use by those engaged in outdoor activities, which have been gaining attention as the pandemic has more people seeking natural outlets for recreation.

Vending Machines for Non-Beverage Goods on Rise in Japan.
Japan is seeing an increase in the number of vending machines that sell items other than drinks, as businesses seek to take advantage of the benefit of not having to come into close contact with customers.
"Gyudon" beef-on-rice meals, "ikura" salmon roe and flowers are just some of the items being sold in machines, as restaurants forced to close on a temporary basis amid the novel coronavirus crisis increasingly turn to the technology.
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2022年01月22日

1月22日:日本の最新英語ニュース:47都道府県の過半数がまん延防止適用など



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東京:コロナ新規感染者が3日連続の過去最高
「まん延防止」適用追加で47都道府県の過半数
専門家:テストが少なく、緩いオミクロン対策
自殺者数は2年ぶり減少したが、まだ2万越え
統計不正問題:国交省が次官ら10人を処分
原発事故後に甲状腺がん :6人が東電提訴
中国:コロナ不安の中、3日間の聖火リレーを義務付け
国連長官:コロナ、気候、紛争により世界は悪化
国連安保理:北朝鮮ミサイルに関する緊急会議を開催





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"Tokyo records 9,699 new COVID cases on Jan. 21, 3rd straight record high.
Japan's capital reported 9,699 coronavirus cases on Jan. 21, marking a new high for the third day in a row after recording 8,638 infections on Jan. 20 and 7,377 cases on Jan. 19.
Of the 9,699 new patients, 4,521 had received two COVID-19 vaccine shots, 100 one shot, and 2,441 were unvaccinated. The vaccination status of 2,637 was unknown."

"Japan faces putting majority of 47 prefectures. under COVID quasi-emergency.
More than half of Japan's 47 prefectures are set to come under a quasi-state of emergency as 13 more areas including Osaka announced they are seeking, or are moving to seek, restrictions on restaurants and bars to cope with surging coronavirus infections.
Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo in western Japan, as well as Hokkaido, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi and Shizuoka prefectures, requested the measure Friday as the country's daily coronavirus cases topped 47,000, renewing the record for the fourth straight day."

"Experts: Fewer tests, looser measures needed in Omicron wave.
In a drastic policy shift to protect medical services, health experts said that young people with COVID-19 symptoms should be considered infected with the novel coronavirus without taking tests for confirmation.
They also said tough restrictions on people’s movements and other activities are not necessary in the latest wave of infections led by the Omicron variant."

"Suicides dip for 1st time in two years but remain above 20,000.
The number of suicides in Japan in 2021 dropped only slightly from the previous year to 20,830, after seeing the figure increase in 2020 for the first time in 11 years amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Preliminary figures released on Jan. 21 by the health ministry showed the number fell 251, or 1.2 percent, from 2020.
The suicide rate in 2021 per 100,000 people stood at 16.5 nationwide. The rate for men was 22.5, while that for women was 10.8."

"10 officials disciplined for shady compiling of economic statistics.
Ten high-ranking infrastructure ministry bureaucrats received penalties and other disciplinary measures for the years of inflated construction contract figures used in key economic statistics.
Infrastructure minister Tetsuo Saito, his two senior vice ministers and three parliamentary secretaries will voluntarily return four months of pay."

"6 people to sue TEPCO over thyroid cancer after Fukushima nuclear disaster.
A group of six young men and women is set to file a class action suit against Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. claiming that they developed thyroid cancer due to exposure to radiation emanating from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and demand the utility pay a total of 616 million yen in compensation.
It will be the first group lawsuit in Japan by those who were minors at the time of the 2011 nuclear disaster and have since been diagnosed with thyroid cancer."

"China mandates 3-day Olympic torch relay amid virus concerns.
China is limiting the torch relay for the Winter Olympic Games to just three days amid coronavirus worries, organizers said Friday.
The flame will be displayed only in enclosed venues that are deemed “safe and controllable,” according to officials speaking at a news conference.
No public transit routes would be disturbed and normal life would continue for the 20 million residents of the capital, where a handful of new COVID-19 cases have been recorded over recent days."

"United Nations chief: World worse now due to COVID, climate, conflict.
As he starts his second term as U.N. secretary-general, Antonio Guterres said Thursday the world is worse in many ways than it was five years ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions that have sparked conflicts everywhere--but unlike U.S. President Joe Biden he thinks Russia will not invade Ukraine."

"UNSC holds emergency meeting on N.Korea missiles.
The United Nations Security Council has held an emergency meeting to discuss how to respond to North Korea's recent ballistic missile launches.
The closed-door meeting took place on Thursday. The United States, Britain and France are among the countries that requested it.
North Korea has fired missiles toward the Sea of Japan on four occasions since the beginning of this year. Six missiles in total were launched. Pyongyang has said that it fired hypersonic missiles and tactical guided missiles."
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2022年01月21日

1月21日:日本の最新英語ニュース:子供ワクチン承認 5G提供延など



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今朝の日本の英語ニュースです。

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東京のコロナ感染者数:2日連続で過去最高
調査結果:3回目のワクチン接種に遅れ
政府の諮問機関:5〜11歳の子供のワクチン承認
海底火山噴火後、初の救援便がトンガに到着
トンガ支援で自衛隊機を派遣:トンガ支援
日本の輸出入は12月に過去最高を記録
ガソリン価格高騰170円:価格抑制策発動基準に
5Gの提供を延期:航空会社欠航相次ぐ
相撲:照ノ富士は御嶽海は黒星、阿炎と3人が並ぶ




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Tokyo reports record-high coronavirus case count for second straight day on Jan. 20.
Japan's capital recorded another record high for daily COVID-19 infections on Jan. 20 with 8,638 new cases, topping the Jan. 19 total of 7,377.
As of Jan. 20, there were 2,003 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Tokyo, 210 more than the previous day. Nine had severe symptoms, a decrease of one. Some 28.9% of Tokyo's coronavirus-designated beds and 1.8% of beds for severe cases were occupied.

COVID-19 booster shots off to sluggish start, survey finds.
Municipalities across the nation got off to a sluggish start in their efforts to move up COVID-19 booster schedules and roll out third vaccination jabs for elderly residents at nursing homes in December.
Only about 10 percent of the total were successful, according to the health ministry.
As of Jan. 19, the rate represented 1.3 percent of the total population in Japan.

Japan government panel OKs Pfizer's COVID vaccine for children aged 5-11.
A Japanese health ministry panel approved Thursday the administration of Pfizer Inc.'s coronavirus vaccine to children aged 5 to 11, making it the first in Japan to be available for the age group.
Around 7 million children will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from March at the earliest once it is granted special approval by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

First aid flights arrive in Tonga after big volcano eruption.
The first flights carrying fresh water and other aid to Tonga finally arrived Thursday after the Pacific nation's main airport runway was cleared of ash left by a huge volcanic eruption.
New Zealand and Australia each sent military transport planes that were carrying water containers, kits for temporary shelters, generators, hygiene supplies and communications equipment. The Australian plane also had a special sweeper to help keep the runway clear.

SDF aircraft, transport ship ready to depart to aid Tonga.
Two Air Self-Defense Force C-130 transport aircraft loaded up with relief supplies were due to depart later Jan. 20 for Australia to aid far-flung disaster-hit Tonga in the South Pacific.
The aircraft are being dispatched after a massive eruption of an underwater volcano. The extent of the disaster remains murky because Tonga is so remote and communications remain disrupted.

Japan is providing safe drinking water as well as gear and machinery to remove volcanic ash.
Japan's exports, imports hit record highs in December.
Japan's merchandise exports and imports both hit record highs in December on the back of stronger demand for cars and higher energy prices, government data showed Thursday.
Exports jumped 17.5 percent from a year earlier to 7.9 trillion yen, up for the 10th straight month, while imports surged 41.1 percent to 8.5 trillion yen, up for the 11th consecutive month, according to preliminary data released by the Finance Ministry.

Gas prices inch toward 170-yen level that would trigger subsidy.
The average retail price of a liter of gasoline across the nation rose to 168.4 yen as of Jan. 17, approaching the figure that triggers a government price subsidy.
That announcement was made by the Oil Information Center of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan on Jan. 19.
The latest figure represents a 1.9-yen increase over the previous week and puts the price at the pumps within arm’s reach of the 170-yen level at which the subsidy program will kick in.

Airlines cancel some flights after reduced 5G rollout in U.S.
Some flights to and from the U.S. were canceled on Wednesday even after AT&T and Verizon scaled back the rollout of high-speed wireless service that could interfere with aircraft technology that measures altitude.
International carriers that rely heavily on Boeing aircraft, canceled early flights or switched to different planes following warnings from the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing.

Sumo: Terunofuji, Mitakeumi both lose, fall into 3-way tie with Abi.
Joint overnight leaders Terunofuji and Mitakeumi suffered upsets at the New Year Grand Sumo Tournament on Thursday, dropping back into a three-way tie for the lead with Abi at 10 wins and two losses apiece.
Lone yokozuna Terunofuji fell to komusubi Meisei, while sekiwake Mitakeumi was defeated by No. 5 maegashira Onosho on Day 12 at Ryogoku Kokugikan. No. 5 Abi, meanwhile, racked up an impressive win against sekiwake Takanosho.
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2022年01月20日

1月20日:日本の最新英語ニュース:日本の新規感染者ー初めて4万人超など



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日本の新規感染者:初めて4万人超
妊娠中の母親はコロナに対して大きなリスクに直面
日本人もオミクロンに対してワクチンは有効
日経平均はコロナ感染者増加で5ヶ月ぶり​​の安値に急落
日本のクリーンエネルギー戦略:核技術の推進
トンガの小さな島の3つ:津波で壊滅的被害
政府 トンガ支援に100万ドル超の物資を提供
オーストリア:核兵器の人道的影響に関する会議を計画
2021年の日本への外国人観光客:過去最低の245,900人



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"New COVID-19 cases exceed 40,000 for first time in Japan.
Japan reported more than 40,000 new COVID-19 cases on Jan. 19 for the first time, as the novel coronavirus spread at a record-setting pace in 25 prefectures, including Tokyo and Osaka.
The nationwide tally as of 5:20 p.m. was up by more than 8,000 from the previous high of 32,197 recorded on Jan. 18.
Tokyo metropolitan government officials confirmed 7,377 new infections, shattering the previous record of 5,908 set on Aug. 13 last year."

"Expectant moms face greater risk of serious COVID-19 woes.
Pregnant women are more prone to develop serious COVID-19 complications than patients who are not pregnant, researchers found.
Their study, the largest in Japan to focus on pregnant women with the novel coronavirus, covered 4,000 or so patients aged between 15 and 44 who were admitted to hospitals from January 2020 to April 2021."

"Boosters effective against Omicron, 1st study on Japanese finds.
Japanese getting booster shots of a COVID-19 vaccine significantly increased their neutralizing antibody levels against the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus, according to a new study.
“Booster jabs have proven to be effective in protecting people against the Omicron variant,"" a professor at Kobe University, said at a news conference that day, mirroring similar reports from studies conducted overseas."

"Tokyo stocks' Nikkei index plunges to 5-month low on record COVID numbers.
The Nikkei index plunged Wednesday to its lowest level in nearly five months due to increasing concerns about Japan's economic recovery after the country logged its highest number of coronavirus cases the day before.
The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended down 790.02 points, or 2.80 percent, from Tuesday at 27,467.23, its lowest level since Aug. 20. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 58.66 points, or 2.97 percent, lower at 1,919.72."

"Japan’s clean energy strategy to push nuclear technologies.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida instructed his Cabinet on Jan. 18 to draw up a new clean energy strategy for the country that will lay out the government’s vision to achieve a carbon-neutral society.
Kishida intends to promote the development of nuclear technology, not just renewable energy through the strategy, which he hopes to make a key element of his flagship policy platform, which he is calling “new capitalism.”"

"Three of Tonga's smaller islands badly damaged by tsunami.
Three of Tonga's smaller islands suffered serious damage from tsunami waves, officials and the Red Cross said Wednesday, as a wider picture begins to emerge of the destruction caused by the eruption of an undersea volcano near the Pacific archipelago nation.
Communications have been down throughout Tonga since the eruption on Saturday, but a ship made it to the outlying islands of Nomuka, Mango and Fonoifua on Wednesday, and reported back that few homes remain standing after settlements were hit with 15-meter-high waves."

"Japan to provide over $1 million supplies to Tonga over eruption.
Japan said Wednesday it will provide more than $1 million and relief supplies to disaster-hit Tonga after an undersea volcanic eruption and tsunami waves caused by it left at least three people dead and caused major damage on the Pacific island.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihiko Isozaki said the government is considering sending drinking water and equipment for removing volcanic ash, among other supplies, using the country's Self-Defense Forces."

"Austria plans meeting on humanitarian impact of nuclear arms in March.
Austria plans to hold an international conference focusing on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons in March before the country hosts the first meeting of a U.N. treaty banning such arms that came into force last year.
In a recent interview with Kyodo News, director of the department for disarmament issues at the Austrian Foreign Ministry, said he expects Japan to be interested in the conference, currently scheduled for March 21, in Vienna."

"Foreign visitors to Japan in 2021 fell to record low 245,900.
The number of foreign visitors to Japan in 2021 dropped to 245,900, the lowest since 1964 when comparable data became available, as the country enforced tighter border controls amid the coronavirus pandemic, government data showed Wednesday.
The figure plunged 94.0 percent from 2020, the sharpest fall on record, the Japan Tourism Agency said. Compared with the pre-pandemic level in 2019, it dropped 99.2 percent."
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2022年01月19日

1月19日:日本の最新英語ニュース:ボルネオが首都 核なき世界へ 歌会始の儀



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日本のCOVID-19新規患者が3万人を超え、新記録を樹立
11都道府県が「まん延防止等重点措置」に追加される
東京の自宅隔離者が10,000人を超える
岸田首相:ウイルスのオミクロン変異体への対処が最優先事項
岸田首相が非核目標を掲げる新グループを結成
天皇陛下は歌会始の儀でパンデミックの終焉への希望を新たに
噴火による津波に日本の気象専門家も困惑
日銀はインフレ見通しを引き上げ:コロナ急増の中で金融政策を維持
インドネシア議会は首都をボルネオに移す法案を採択




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Japan's daily COVID-19 cases top 30,000, setting new record.
Japan's confirmed daily coronavirus cases on Tuesday topped 30,000 for the first time, surpassing the previous record of 25,992 registered in August last year, according to a Kyodo News tally.
The western prefecture of Osaka the same day reported 5,396 new COVID-19 cases, far outstripping its all-time daily high of 3,760 over the weekend.
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Tuesday confirmed 5,185 new infections, topping 5,000 for the first time since Aug. 21 and increasing more than fivefold from a week earlier.

11 prefectures to be added to those in pre-emergency measures.
The central government is preparing to expand COVID-19 pre-emergency measures to 11 prefectures amid a rapid surge in cases of the Omicron variant, according to sources.
Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa, Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Niigata, Kumamoto, Nagasaki and Miyazaki prefectures will join Okinawa, Yamaguchi and Hiroshima prefectures, where the measures are already in place, bringing the total to 14 prefectures.

Virus cases in home isolation top 10,000 in Tokyo.
The number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolated at home has soared to over 10,000 in Tokyo, reflecting the recent rapid spread of infections blamed on the Omicron variant.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government said there were 10,814 such people on Monday, exceeding the 10,000 mark for the first time since the virus' fifth wave of infections last summer.

Kishida: Dealing with Omicron variant of virus is top priority.
The government’s top priority remains taking measures to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said in a carefully worded policy speech that provided no new ammunition for the opposition parties.
In his speech to both chambers of the Diet on Jan. 17, Kishida said emphasis will move toward ensuring the domestic medical care structure is not placed under undue pressure from the recent surge on infections, particularly with the Omicron variant.

Kishida to form new group to take on nuclear-free goal.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida declared he will set up an international group of “eminent persons” to achieve his dream of a world free of nuclear weapons.
He made the announcement Jan. 17 during a policy speech in the Diet.
Kishida said he hoped the group will convene its first meeting in Hiroshima Prefecture within this year.
His aim is to gather current and former political leaders from both nuclear states and non-nuclear states to move forward on dialogue toward nuclear disarmament.

Emperor renews hope for end to pandemic in his New Year poem.
Emperor Naruhito once again wished for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic in his poem for the annual New Year Poetry Reading at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
Also just like last year, all participants in the ceremony, held in the Matsu-no-Ma state room on Jan. 18, wore face masks, while the people reading out poems put on plastic face shields as a precaution against the novel coronavirus.

Tsunami caused by Tonga volcano eruption stumps Japan weather experts.
The eruption of an underwater volcano off Tonga on Saturday that caused tsunami waves of up to around 1 meter to hit parts of Japan's coast stumped weather experts, as volcanic eruptions are said to rarely cause a rise in tide levels.
Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai, an underwater volcano located about 8,000 kilometers from Japan, erupted around 1:10 p.m. Saturday Japan time, resulting in a plume of smoke reaching a height of 16,000 meters and blanketing the area in a thick film of volcanic dust, according to satellite imagery.

BOJ ups inflation outlook, retains monetary policy amid COVID surge.
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday lifted its inflation forecasts for the next fiscal year, reflecting higher raw material costs and the effect of a weaker yen, but maintained its easy monetary policy as the 2 % target is still far off and surging COVID-19 cases are raising uncertainty.
In an outlook report released after a two-day policy-setting meeting, the BOJ projected the core consumer price index, excluding volatile fresh food items, would rise 1.1 % in fiscal 2022, up from its earlier estimate of a 0.9 % gain.

Indonesia's parliament adopts bill to move capital to Borneo.
Indonesia's House of Representatives on Tuesday adopted a bill that will see the government relocate the nation's capital from congested Jakarta on Java Island to Borneo, the world's third largest island.
The capital, to be named Nusantara meaning archipelago, will be moved possibly in 2024 to a location in East Kalimantan Province in eastern Borneo, over 1,200 kilometers away from Jakarta.
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2022年01月03日

日本の最新英語ニュースが毎日聞ける動画を見つけました



最近YouTubeでは各種チャンネルで日本の最新ニュースを動画で閲覧できますが、
全て日本語版で英語のニュースってなかなか見つかりませんよね。

以前はNHK英語ニュースが閲覧できた記憶がありますが、
今はそのようなサービスも終わってしまったようです。



ただこのチャンネルでは毎朝最新のニュースがYouTubeにアップされるので
英語リスニングを習慣化したい方にとっては朗報ですね。

しかもキャスターも日本人ではなく、外国人のようです。

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https://youtu.be/DoYaof6vWKY

こちらは2022年元旦のニュースです。
空手選手団がオミクロン感染とかニュースで聞いたっけ?って感じですが。。。

それでは、年初から英語を勉強して、ライバルに差をつけましょう!



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2022年01月02日

ドラッカー365の金言の英語音声版:The Daily Drucker



前回のブログでも触れた「ドラッカー」ですが、勉強されている方も多いのでは...

実は日本語版タイトルは「ドラッカー365の金言」ですが、2月29日もあるので、
金言の数は365ではなくて、366なんですね。
やはりタイトルを「ドラッカー366の金言」とすると???となるのかな。。。



ところで新たな年に英語の勉強を開始したいという方に朗報です。

何とこの「ドラッカー365の金言」の原版となる「The Daily Drucker」の
英語音声が毎日YouTubeでアップされるようです。


#DailyDrucker #DruckerManagement #英語でドラッカー
Integrity in Leadership (1-Jan)
The spirit of an organization is created from the top.
リーダーの真摯さ
組織の精神はトップから生まれる
https://youtu.be/gX_2bFlSVFo



ビジネスマンのバイブルであるドラッカーが英語で学べて一石二鳥ですね。
よかったら続けてみてください。

それでは勉強してよいお年を!



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2013年04月21日

Good Strategy / Bad Strategy




前回ブログを書いてから
かなりの時間が経ってしまいましたが
久々に戻ってきました。手(パー)

今月から英語漬けの毎日で
これまでの夜型から朝型の生活へ。

徐々にこの生活にも慣れてきました。

今読んでいる本が、Richard Rumelt著の
"Good Strategy / Bad Strategy"

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"Strategy"っていうと「戦略」・・・
日本語版で「良い戦略、悪い戦略」もあります。



スティーブ・ジョブズが
アップルを再生させたときに採った戦略とは・・・

ウォルマートの画期的な戦略とは・・・

湾岸戦争の裏に隠された
誰もが予想しなかった戦略とは・・・

私の理解では「良い戦略」は
シンプルで誰もが予想しないもの・・・


英語でビジネスを学んでみませんか。。。手(グー)



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2012年06月11日

Rapid Reaction---松坂が1年ぶりの復帰登板



ボストンのRed Sox Reportという記事には
"Rapid Reaction"というタイトルが掲載され
予想よりもかなり早い復帰だったのでしょう。野球

In his first start since May 16, 2011, Matsuzaka was OK, allowing four runs in five innings while striking out eight and walking only one.
4失点を許したものの、8奪三振、1四死球で
内容的にも悪くなかったようです。決定

His return is rather important considering that this does not figure to be a one-and-done thing. Matsuzaka will be given every opportunity to work out of the rotation for the remainder of the season.

この文章を読んでなんか引っかかった。
"one-and-done"って何だ?あせあせ(飛び散る汗)

次の文章も考慮しつつ、いろいろ調べてみた結果
こんな感じで理解しました。左斜め下

今回の復帰戦は1度きりのもの(成功)ではないことを考えると
とても重要なことである。(今後もいいピッチングをしてくれるから)
残りのシーズンのローテーションの機会も与えられることだし。ぴかぴか(新しい)

訳は甚だ怪しいですが期待されているのは間違いなし。
松井に続いて彼にも頑張ってほしい。わーい(嬉しい顔)










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2012年05月31日

帰ってきた松井秀喜---"HIGH & DEEP & GONE"



"HIGH & DEEP & GONE"
松井の打球を見て解説者はそう叫んだ。

4回に先制2ランを放ち、約2カ月遅れで始まった
メジャー10年目のシーズンを本塁打で飾った。わーい(嬉しい顔)

節目では必ず打ってくれる、松井。野球

なんだか自分のことのように嬉しかったので
記事に残してみました。グッド(上向き矢印)

まだ「レイズの松井」と聞いてもピンと来ないが
早く定着して欲しいですね。るんるん

「松井、頑張れ!」







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