|Chinese to English: 親愛的安德烈|
General field: Art/Literary
Detailed field: Poetry & Literature
|Source text - Chinese|
|Translation - English|
If you recall, I don’t like my English teacher because I don’t think he’s qualified for his job. You see, over half of the students in my class had gone to the U.S. as exchange students, and that includes myself, having studied there for a year. So you can imagine our English is a lot better than the German students who haven’t studied abroad. This English teacher of ours, however, seems to have turned a blind eye to that difference. He still teaches in his usual way, that is, to make us do transcriptions, or to read some really meaningless stuff.
|English to Chinese: Hints and Tips for Helping Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders|
General field: Social Sciences
Detailed field: Psychology
|Source text - English|
Many of us take for granted the significant number of skills involved in just eating lunch. However, eating is a behavior that involves many different behaviors. It also involves the olfactory, tactile, temperature, and taste senses. In addition, eating includes the sensation of being filled or hungry, the social component of mealtimes, and emotions as well.
School cafeterias are challenging places for children with autism spectrum disorders. Cafeterias typically are noisy, have a lot people, and have many smells. Eating is time-limited. Lunch breaks are usually intensively social times and are often the times of the day when general school behaviors are at their worst.
|Translation - Chinese|