George Orwell, ",Politics and the English Language,", 1946 Most people who bother with the matter at all would admit that the English language is in a bad way, but it is generally assumed translate text file from russian to english Meat Translation On Other Language: Meat in English meat, v. t. to supply with food. [obs.] his shield well lined, his horses meated well. meat (?), n. [oe. mete, as. mete, akin to os. mat, meti, d. met hashed meat, g. mettwurst sausage, ohg. maz food, icel. matr, sw. mat, dan. mad, goth. mats. cf. mast fruit, mush.] 1. food, in general, anything eaten for nourishment, either by man or beast. hence, the edible part of anything, as, the meat of a lobster, a nut, or an egg. and god said, behold, i have given you every herb bearing seed, to you it shall be for meat. i. 29. every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you. ix. 3. 2. the flesh of animals used as food, esp. animal muscle, as, a breakfast of bread and fruit without meat. 3. specifically, dinner, the chief meal. [obs.] biscuit. see under biscuit. earth (mining), vegetable mold. mond. fly. (zo?l.) see flesh fly, under flesh.
A Guide to translation from English into Russian. Скачать бесплатно Автор: Gutner M.D. Название: A Guide to translation from English into Russian Издательство: Высшая школа Год: 1982 Формат: PDF Размер: 11 Мб Страниц: 158 Пособие рассматривает основные лексические и грамматические telecommuting proofreading jobs Explaining yourself If vegetarianism is something that you are just “,trying out”,, then I’,d actually recommend that you don’,t take the diet with you as you travel and make things easier for yourself. It can be stressful and frustrating to maintain this diet in a lot of places and if you are not 100% committed (for moral or health etc. reasons) then you may be better simply trying it out after your travels. If you are a vegetarian for moral reasons then you have to be very careful about how you express this. Do not try to convert foreigners to vegetarianism or present your case with moral superiority. This concept is simply not (currently) compatible with many cultures and you will actually offend a lot of people simply by not eating their local food or suggesting that animals are suffering for their lunch. Learning how to present your case in a logical way and being ready for the typical retorts will help people to respect your dietary decision. But when abroad, the goal should primarily be to gain respect and much less be one of convincing people. My own reasons to be a vegetarian are less in-your-face. I was very sick as a baby and was put on an extremely restricted diet for medical reasons, and out of pure stubbornness I stayed on that diet longer than I should have and slowly adapted to a more healthy lifestyle by expanding it without incorporating any meat or fish. Since my body is completely unaccustomed to meat, the very few times I have mistakenly eaten some, I have felt ill for several hours. I could just force my body to get used to it, but I don’,t want to now for the many common reasons that vegetarians chose this diet. The advantage of my story is that it doesn’,t leave much room for argument. I get sick if I eat meat. Most people will sympathise with that. I have found that the exact same discussion (it gets old after the millionth time!!) of going into reasons can be avoided if you give an answer like this. The simplest argument of all that you could use is just “, I don’,t like meat ”, and is less likely to lead to awkward discussions. We have to respect them too Many proud vegetarians won’,t like this, but you have to adopt an apologetic approach in a lot of countries. People have to go out of their way to help you, based on their cultural history they don’,t have to cater to vegetarians, but they may do it anyway out of generosity and respect for foreign culture and you should always show gratitude for this and be humble in asking for the favour of their help in catering for your needs. Always warn a family in advance before eating at their house and make lots of suggestions. In many cultures it is an insult to bring your own food to social events, so sometimes the easiest solution is to eat before you go and to simply have the non-meat “,snack”, at the event, honestly saying that you aren’,t hungry. However, arguing on moral or other grounds is arguing against a lifestyle that someone has led for decades, and this will not make you many friends. I am not interested in converting the world to vegetarianism, despite that fact that things would be a lot easier for me if it did. People live their lives as they chose to. Using a much less aggressive approach and argument, will make your life a lot simpler! If people are genuinely curious about your reasons, then as long as you express it as a lifestyle that you happen to prefer, and in a non-confrontational way, people will be very curious to hear your opinions. —,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—,—, If you are a fellow vegetarian with some thoughts on some of these tips, or some advice of your own, please do leave a comment Don’,t forget to share this post with your veggie friends on facebook and twitter! If you are a meat-eater, feel free to share your experience in talking with vegetarians and any advice for them from your perspective. I’,ve been travelling for about 7 years so far, and have lived in places like beef-crazy Buenos Aires, shrimp-hungry Brazil, fish-famous Donegal, paella filled Spain, and foie-gras-loving France. My own way to get to know the culture of these places involves learning and hacking their languages and spending my time almost entirely with locals, but [&hellip,]