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ľɤͤķӤϤͤͳTHE REASON I JUMPΡ֣ɤƼ䤵줿դ򷫤֤ΤǤסp1819ˡWhy do you echo questions back at the asker?(p25-26)ۤɤߤޤ

֤ϤˡפΤȤǡֿͤä򤷤褦ȤȸդäƤޤס as soon as I try to speak with someone, my words just vanish.ȤҤޤ򤵤˾ܤʬϤƤޤ

p25
Firing the question back is a way of sifting through our memories to pick up clues about what the questioner is asking.We understand the question okay, but we can't answer it until we fish out the right memory picture in our heads.

̡ڡmemory pictureǡۤȤƻפ⤫٤뤳ȤǤʤȡ֤ȤǤʤ褦ǤκȤ˼ԤȡդϾäƤäƤޤġ

Ʊ֤ϤˡפΤȤǡּʬλפȤϵդΰ̣סthe complete opposite to what I want to sayۤäƤޤȤҤ⤢ޤ

p26
In set-pattern conversation, we manage much better: although, of course, when it comes to talking about your feelings, these patterns are no use at all. In fact, by relying on them too much you can end up saying the opposite of what you wanted to say. I swear conversation is such hard work! To make myself understand, it's like I have to speak in an unknown foreign language, every minute of every day.

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I have finished 141150 of L2. The story is Helen Keller.

What impressive sentences!

She wrote,
"There were barriers still, it was true, but barriers that could in time be swept away. I was now eager to learn. Everything has name, and each name gave birth to a new thought."

Kumon for grown-up۱ѸL2-150
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ʩȸʪء١ʼȼҽǡ 뽰(p5198)Ρ֣Ȳסp7998ˤɤߤޤ


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Ƥޤ̼θˡ⤭ơ쳦ߤ뽰ɤ򡢵ߤơκߤߤ餷Τˡڤζ٤Ȥʤꡣ
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ϡν٤ΤĤ椨ˡʩȤʤˡ٤Ƥνߤˤ錄ؤ¸ߤǤס

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ˤ򷫤֤Ƥ벾椫Եοʡ֤ˤؤβסˤΤäνԤˤ⤷οʤɤȤΤȤС٤Ρ

ͭϳϩ̵ϳϩص٤
ߤйߤᤫпᤱ ذƻΡ

˿ԤΤǤϤʤȤΤ⡢ν֡ˤɤ뤫ΰü򸫤Ƽ뤳ȤǤ뤫
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ҷŤˤäơ˽ˤäơ޺Ѥ˽޺Ѥ˹ԤΤ򤷤Фߤơ֤ǰ٤ߤĤ줬ְ١פȤ̾ͳΤ褦Ǥ͡

԰ʲѡp98ˡ
μ͸ʿ͡¤βˤΤä뽰ϤϤζ쳦ळȤʤ椨ˡڤζʻͶȬˤ졢μͳʴѼ⤽ΰͤǤäˤǤȤȤ

ΡֹԡפΤǤϤʤǰäΡ鄽סʡؽޡ١뤤Ͽ¤Ρִʤ󤽤ˡסʡضԿڡ١ˤ˽ФޤǤʤθƧޤơ̼θˡ⤭ζ쳦ͤ཰Ǥ޺Ѥδߤؤ餷ᡢڤζ󤬤ˡ¾ιԤؤΤְڤζ٤סٰڶˤȤ
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ExcelǤϤǥ뿮Ƥޤ裴ϤƤǤ

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I have finished 131140 of L2. The story is Helen Keller.

Helen met Miss Sullivan!

Dr. Alexander Graham Bell led to this meeting. Helen dedicated her book to him.

She wrote,
"To Alexander Graham Bell, who has taught the deaf to speak, and enabled the listening ear to hear speech from the Atlantic to the Rockies, I dedicate this Story of My Life."

Kumon for grown-up۱ѸL2-140
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ʤ򹥤ˤʤΤ?Ǿ򤽤εˤФοΡ裶ϡʬäȤϹˤʤ롧ٶסp185192ˤȡ֥ԥˤʤǾѤסp193202ˤɤߤޤӶ¢

ٶ򹥤ˤʤˤϡסĤϱʱΥơޤΤ褦ˤפޤϤˤޤȤƤޤ

ҤȤĤֽήĪθ°פѤˡǤֲؽפȤǤʸΥ᥽åɤΰǤ⤢ޤ

ơ夵ˡȤơʬؽפ󤲤Ƥޤܤܽ򻲾ȤƤΤǤҤˡֺ򤷤ƤͷӤ˹Ԥʤפ⡢֣򤷤ƤͷӤ˹Ԥʤפȸä̤ȤΤȡơֽλƥȡפΤ褦ʷǹޤΤ֥ƥȸ̡פȤȤˤʤ褦Ǥ

֤褤ع˿ʳؤ̥ƥȤǤ褤ӤȤäꤹħפȤΤⶽ̣äǤĴη̤ϡּפȤȡϡͤͤ餷ƬƯä褦˻פޤ

֤褤ع˿ʳؤ̥ƥȤǤ褤ӤȤäꤹפȤΤ˾ޤʹ֤ʤΤȤäȵ˴ޤʬƥ졼ξܤդ餺˿ʤǤʤΤȤ顢ɤʤȡ

Ǹ塢ԥǤϡʤΤǤȤιоݤ˴Ϣ˷㤷ȿвϩǤ롢ȤȤҲ𤷤Ƥޤ˶̣Ĥȡ㤨пʹ̤į᤿Ǥ⡢˴ϢȤܤ˾ӹǤ褦ʴФФ뤳ȤޤȤʤΤʤȻפޤ

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פϻߤޤäƤΤǤ顢ÿˤȾ¤2.5 + 4.5 = 7cmͤαߤȤˤʤޤ߼ϡľ¡ˡߡʱ߼ΨˤʤΤǡ
2.5 + 4.5ˡ 2 3.14 = 43.96cm
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ϺǤ()()()ʸϤΤȤޤȰʲΤ褦ˤʤޤ
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()ϡȾ7cmȾߤʤΤǡ
723.14ࣲ= 21.98cm
()ϡȾ2.5cmȾߤʤΤǡ
2.523.14ࣲ= 7.85cm
()ϡȾ2cmȾߤʤΤǡ
223.14ࣲ= 6.28cm
ϡ21.98 + 7.85 + 6.28 = 36.11cm

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ÿˤ60ô֤ǰʤΤ1ô֤1/60ŴĤ30ô֤ǰʤΤǣô֤1/30ޤƱʤΤ­ȣô֤1/20ʤĤޤ20äǰˤǤ顢20äȤˡ̡פȤʬޤ
1/60+1/30=3/60=1/20




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ž®ϡʣˤƱǤŴĤβžθȿײǵդˤʤäƤޤŴĤβž®Τǡÿˤȿײθ˲žƸϤǤοˤʤʤ褦ˡŴĤ®ÿˤ®ޤ
1/30-1/60=1/60
׻顢ÿˤ60ô֤ǰ®ȿײ˲뤳ȤʬޤǽÿˤפΤ45ø塣μϡʬ45ø塢ʬ45ø塢3ʬ45ø塢4ʬ45ø塢ȤȤǡ5פޤ

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Ʊ͡ȿײŴĤβž®Τǡÿˤȿײ˲žƸ뤳Ȥˤʤޤ
1/24-1/60=3/120=1/40

׻顢ÿˤ40ô֤ǰ®ȿײ˲뤳ȤʬޤǽÿˤפޤǤˤ֤ϡ3/4Τˤ֤ȤȤ顢
403/4=30
ǡ30ø塣ˡ19֤­С20ܤˡפ֤ʬޤ
30+4019=790
790äʬľơ
79060=13;10
13ʬ10ø塣

䤴Ȥ˥ƥåץåפƤϡڤʽȻפޤ

Τ褦ˡĤβžȤ߹碌ƹͤϡʥХꥨ󤬤ޤͷϤΥҡåפ⡢礭ʥơ֥ξǥҡåפžƤޤ֤礭ʲž򤷤ʤƥɥ餬ʲž򤷤Ƥޤϵϡۤμ礭ʤʸžˡʬȤäƤޤʼžˡž֤礭ʥȾʥβž˴ؤⲿǽꤵƤޤ

ȤǡΤ褦ʡ֤󤷤ʤ֤Τ褦ͤȤǤ구򸫤ȤǤ礦ĤˤͷǡžˤĤƹͤƤߤƲ




ʸ2014ǯټѸΩӹŬ꽸ʤߤ˽ǡӶ¢

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塢⹻ǰŪˤʤȻפܷ緿νΩӹŬǤϴ˰ŪˤʤäƤ뤿ᡢǼ夲ƤޤǤ顢ӹä˰ռƤ櫓ǤϤޤ󡣤󡢤ȸäشռƤʤ櫓Ǥ⤢ޤ()

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ľɤͤķӤϤͤͳTHE REASON I JUMPΡ֣ĤƱȤҤͤΤϤʤǤסp1617ˡWhy do you ask the same questions over and over?(p23-24)ۤɤߤޤ

ηäƤ褦Ǥ

p23
So I do understand things, but my way of remembering them works differently from everyone else's. I imagine a normal person's memory is arranged continuously, like a line. My memory, however, is more like a pool of dots. I'm always picking up these dots - by asking my questions - so I can arrive back at the memory that the dots represent.

ФȤȤʤǤҲƤޤäƤ褦ʴФ normal person ˤ⤢Ȼפޤֺ򤷤褦ȤäפȤΤϡ˲٤Ĥ֤䤯褦ˤʤäƤޤ

a pool of dots Ͽ夿ޤ٤Ǥ pool äĤ pool Ǥ⤬ʤϤοͤȲä򤷤褦Ȥ顢ƱȤ٤ȤȤˤʤǤ礦

⤽򡢲桹Բ˻פʤФʤͳϤʤΤǤ͡

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I have finished 121130 of L2. The story is Helen Keller.

We can read her book! There is her autograph letter on the book.

Kumon for grown-up۱ѸL2-130
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