英検1級スレ(日本語禁止スレ)

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/11/28(水) 20:57:26.27 ID:l42pqkzj0.net

英検1級スレ is always occupied by trolls except special days when exams are held and results are delivered.
This is possibly because even those who cannot use English can join the thread.

I create this thread under the idea that if a thread which is not allowed to use Japanese is created,
the thread may not attract those trolls, and also, there are some communities for TOEFL or IELTS on Facebook,
where only English is used, so英検1級スレ also should adopt this idea.

40 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/04(火) 17:53:49.73 ID:xCZha98cd.net

>>39
Third, there is a concept of AI called AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) which is under development.
It’s a robot that can think like a human, and thus possesses an ability to work creatively.
The creative jobs are the most difficult to be automated but AGI will eventually do those jobs, too.

In conclusion, the idea that we delegate all our jobs to AI robots is not a bad thing at all, and it will soon be realized by enthusiastic AI researchers.
Every nation’s rich and poor alike should invest as much money as they can spare.

8 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:11:50.20 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

In my opinion,I think the time when AI replaces human employees will come in the future.There are the following three reasons to support my opinion.
First of all,today,the technology around AI has been progressing remarkably.We can often see that a diversity of AI are used in many ways these days,

46 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/05(水) 00:48:49.70 ID:7WpWdlfbK.net

This might be better because it’s more impressive and also accurate in grammer.But anyhow I’m awfully sorry as if telling from above your head.Thanks again!

16 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:56:26.59 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

>>10
(Let me insert just one sentence.)
between”〜the magnificient accidents,” and “furthermore,〜”
「In that sense,AI would be more reliable than human labors,」

17 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 06:15:11.20 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

2018‐3 Eiken grade1 test Predictable Question
(Topic)
Will it be an achievable goal that incurable diseases can be eradicated in the future?
(Imaginable Points/use 3 points)
・Cost
・Inovative remedy
・Lifetime
・Medical education ・Physical bounds

22 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 09:46:46.72 ID:alhe5gKa0.net

In conclusion, either democracy or socialism is an ideal of what each nation really wants to be and it is an unchangeable creed rooted deeply in each nations.
Therefore, democratic nations should not actively promote the spread of democracy to non-democratic nations. All we could do is show other nations a role model of democracy by demonstrating it within our own country.

22 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 09:46:46.72 ID:alhe5gKa0.net

In conclusion, either democracy or socialism is an ideal of what each nation really wants to be and it is an unchangeable creed rooted deeply in each nations.
Therefore, democratic nations should not actively promote the spread of democracy to non-democratic nations. All we could do is show other nations a role model of democracy by demonstrating it within our own country.

15 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:23:35.82 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

According to these reasons stated above,it could be said that the time when AI replaces human labors will come eventially sooner or later.

24 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 11:01:22.11 ID:alhe5gKa0.net

>>23
Thank you!

50 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/09(日) 11:45:27.03 ID:5CCjp5twa.net

>ところでそのディープラーニングとやらで英語を習得できた人は何人ぐらいいるのか?

次のサイトの教材を使っているのは過去2ヶ月で、550人くらいいる。

https://英会話革命.com/

3 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/11/30(金) 09:35:11.98 ID:NXAS3WpWK.net

Congratulations!for launching the new thread which is ruled not to use Japanese.Due to its regulation,disruptive outrages would feel reluctant to disturb your thread cuz’ they can tell almost noting about English! Thanks a lot in another thread.

14 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:22:45.25 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

industries,or as a main brain in medical scenes.

49 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/07(金) 02:52:45.33 ID:FiAPTonY0.net

37 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/02(日) 10:41:15.81 ID:J8g+Lp/jK.net

Uh..By the way,this thread looks like a foreign thread because its quality coming from atmosphere of its own.

51 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/09(日) 17:31:55.86 ID:gdgyKo3rK.net

>>50
Didn’t you learn about the rule of this thread? Everyone chatting here can’t use Japanese.

28 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 11:11:26.91 ID:B5qwZiOp0.net

Last, sovereignty should be respected. Each nation has its own sovereignty,
so as long as they do not create serious trouble for their neighbors or within internal regions such as ethnic cleansing,
nations should not interfere in other nation’s self-governance.

26 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 11:09:13.61 ID:B5qwZiOp0.net

First, the democracy most developed nations apply is not always an ideal ideology for other countries.
For instance, America tried to enforce the US democratic model in Iraq after the war since it was successful in Japan,
but it was a failure in this case.
This is an example showing that political ideology varies from culture to culture.

6 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/11/30(金) 12:51:54.31 ID:NXAS3WpWK.net

sorry for incorrect×oppinions
⇒○opinions

4 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/11/30(金) 12:47:10.33 ID:NXAS3WpWK.net

I never wanna have you involved with stupid conflictions due to malicious intruders again,so I’d like to suggest an idea.It is,in order to prevent some detrimental 〜continues to below〜

31 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 17:56:05.24 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

>>30
Calling “Jap” as of Japanese is so disdainful that you might as well not use this slung, you know,and I’d like to inform you how to write more reasonably.
[Japanese living in the U.S,Browse it soon!]

20 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 09:45:17.48 ID:alhe5gKa0.net

First, although democracy has so far proven to be the best system both political and economical wise, whether democracy comes to fruition in a subject nation essentially depends on the willingness of its own people.
That is, if the people of the subject are forcefully introduced to other nation’s ideology,
in this case is democracy, history has shown us that they would almost certainly deny it.
An example of this is the US’s military interventions to the Middle East and Cambodia.

12 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:19:22.33 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

problem that concerns about the medication for seniors.In fact,AI has been already introduced to help doctors analyze the points of diseases before surgeries at the major integrated hospitals in big cities.

36 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/02(日) 10:27:14.05 ID:J8g+Lp/jK.net

Hello,everyone! Today’s Sunday as you know,so Shall we talk about themes that make you have fun? For instance,UFO,alien,poltergeist,or ghost and so on.
Waiting for your response!

33 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 23:07:13.74 ID:B5qwZiOp0.net

>>29
Thank you very much.
During the exam, it cannot take enough time, and it is not allowed to use PCs,
so it is tough and difficult to write good essays, but thanks.

25 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 11:05:23.57 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

>>24
You’re welcome!
I enjoyed it,too.

53 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/02/10(日) 22:04:53.26 ID:iFBvAGvT0.net

which is correct in the sentence saying “the child is feeding a dog” that means whether child has a dag or child is giving food for a dog just now?
which is correct?

13 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:21:47.16 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

In aging society,AI may play a greater role as workforce in many

45 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/05(水) 00:48:16.96 ID:7WpWdlfbK.net

I’d like to suggest as following:”An enormous amounts of investments have been made hopefully so that breakthroughs would be achieved.”

9 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:13:13.12 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

for example,they have already been introduced to the automation systems in factories,or the medical analysis,public transportations and so on.That is that AI is remarkably indispensable for our lives in modern society.

43 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/04(火) 23:49:22.22 ID:bysFYgQCK.net

Thanks for your throwing two discriptions! I was excited tasting your sophisticated texts.Well,I’m afraid to evaluate them though,I’d like to offer you my idea.Regarding AI,I couldn’t find any mistakes.Contents and Comprise are also splendid.

30 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 13:47:01.85 ID:TKWmWdf20.net

52 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/10(月) 10:47:56.51 ID:DPxrnI8Q0.net

> By the way, exactly how many people are there who have
> mastered English with your so-called “Deep Learning” method?

There are approximately 550 people who are using the materials
on the site linked below in the past two months.

https://EnglishConversationRevolution.com/

23 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 10:50:58.62 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

>>22
Thanks for your immediate response.I was excited to read your composition.
Well,I’m afraid to mention about accuracy that leads to its score though,I’d like to refer to.
Vocab./8 Gramm./7
Comp./8 Cont./7
Total.30/32
Excuse me for my reference,please.

19 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 09:44:31.46 ID:alhe5gKa0.net

I”ll try.

Topic: Should democratic nations actively promote the spread of democracy to non democratic nations?

This essay argues that democratic nations should not actively promote the spread of democracy to non-democratic nations. There are two reasons to support this view.

39 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/04(火) 17:53:10.36 ID:xCZha98cd.net

>>7
Just made a sample essay of that topic!

The capability of Al is improving day by day and the use of AI has been prevalent throughout both public and private sectors.
I believe that AI will eventually replace all human workers.

First, robots like AI carry out various tasks accurately and meticulously unlike humans who cannot bear arduous repetitive jobs.
Humans make mistakes whereas robots don’t.
Therefore, it is inevitable that employers will favor robots over humans.

Second, aging societies like Japan face labor shrinkage due to the inevitable part of demographic transition,
where most of the subject population consists of elderly and which is a fate of all developed nations.
These countries definitely need to introduce AI robots.

47 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/05(水) 02:27:35.71 ID:YxcMzJrtd.net

>>46
Lots of thanks for taking your time with my essays.
Don’t feel bad about the correction you made.
It’s just nice to have my essay corrected. Thanks.
Your comment makes me feel like writing more!
Seeing there are people like me studying hard for English essays, I just posted them out of pure inspiration and of course had no intention to show off.
I should say my essay would be rated in the range of somewhere around 28 or 29 at best lol.

27 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 11:10:25.04 ID:B5qwZiOp0.net

Second, democracy may not always be perfect.
For example, the Edo Shogunate did not adopted the present style of democracy,
but at least it did not invade any other nations for over 250 years unlike today’s democratic nations

2 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/11/29(木) 09:59:41.88 ID:ITwV8ugX0.net

英検一級とかすご

38 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/02(日) 13:45:22.32 ID:J8g+Lp/jK.net

Uh..By the way,this thread looks like a foreign thread because of its quality coming from the atmosphere of its own.

55 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/02/23(土) 01:28:41.51 ID:foM99PnU0.net

I have failed the speaking tests for 12 times including passing it several times, so I am too worried to go to the test tomorrow.

7 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:11:14.35 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

2018‐3 Eiken grade1 test Predictable Question
(Topic)
Will the time when AI replaces human
employees come in
the future?
(Imaginable points/use 3 points)
・Technology
・Human error
・Aging society
・Creativity in work・Reliability

11 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 05:17:01.80 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

Lastly,the number of seniors is increasing rapidly in the world.Due to this trend,aging society is becoming a significant issue,particulary in Japan.Aging society may lead to the shortage of workforce,moreover,an inevitable

35 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/02(日) 03:32:54.63 ID:J8g+Lp/jK.net

>>32
I think it stems from DNA mongoloid ethnics generally have.

32 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 21:44:57.69 ID:nnWMf+A50.net

Why japs are so ugly like gooks and chinks?

29 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/01(土) 12:06:25.18 ID:yl+U/DAPK.net

>>28
Haven’t seen you for a while.Your composition is always beautiful.It’s outstanding.Then,I tried finding incorrect but,couldn’t do it. So I suppose it would reach to the highest score 850,or 31/32 on the basis(770-785)at least.
Thanks again!

34 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/02(日) 03:02:56.67 ID:J8g+Lp/jK.net

>>33
No problem.It was my pleasure.

44 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/05(水) 00:48:01.13 ID:7WpWdlfbK.net

>>42
So it would reach to the highest score32/32 on the basis.Concerning with incurable diseases,I care about a point:”A lot of investments are made with a hope that breakthroughs be achieved.”

48 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/05(水) 04:21:23.97 ID:7WpWdlfbK.net

>>47
I could learn about the way to express my idea more impressive for readers thanks to you,too! I’m looking forward to seeing your spectacular writing again!

42 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/04(火) 19:47:09.00 ID:xCZha98cd.net

Second, medical care costs have been rapidly declining these days thanks to the production capability of pharmaceutical firms and ever-growing world economies.
A good example of this is a drug for a certain kind of lung cancer which is also effective to liver cancer.
The price of the drug has plunged to 1/6th in less than a decade!

Third, another approach to beat incurable diseases is appearing from a different field: robotic engineering.
Experts predict that within this century if succeeded, we will not only overcome cancers and other prevalent diseases but also abundant our own body to become superhuman in a form of cyborg.
Given dream come ture, we will enter the age of immortal life!

In light of points mentioned above, currently Incurable diseases will be eradicated directly or indirectly via the development of medicine or biohacking.
We should do our share by pouring in as much money as possible to realize this dream of future technologies.

41 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/12/04(火) 19:46:25.30 ID:xCZha98cd.net

(Topic) 
Will it be an achievable goal that incurable diseases can be eradicated in the future? 

Currently incurable diseases are cancer, HIV and Alzheimer’s disease to name a few from which many people around the world greatly suffer.
A dozen of medical researches in a bid to fight off are well underway. In that sense, I strongly believe that incurable diseases are completely eradicated further down the line.

First, although current limitations of medication are not negligible, we see slow but sure steps taken toward progress in that field in terms of drug development methods and effectiveness.
A lot of investments are made with a hope that breakthroughs be achieved.
For example, a several kinds of cancer have already been cured with either the state-of-the-art medications or surgeries.

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