Maruko 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前

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1.In december1997.at a united nations summit on global warming in Kyoto,Japan representatives from over 150 nations adopted a traty to limit emissions of Co2,ch4,n2o,hfcs,and sf6.the so-called Kyoto protocol called for reducing emissions to at least 5 percent below 1990 levels of these gases by 2012.the protocol was signed by 38 industrialized countries attending the summit.

Developing nations attending the summit were not required to adhere to theGuidelins of the protocol. The 15 eu nations at the summit agreed to further reduce emissions to 8 percent,the us to 7 percent,and japan to 6 percent below the 1990 levels.

2.in early America,people who were found guilty of murder and rape were routinely

executed,either by hanging or by a firing squad.convicted burglars,thieves,and even counterfeiters often received the death penalty.this was thought to be deterrent to other criminals.

3.Illinois,Kentucky,and Oregon have laws against bounty

hunting,while California only allows it up to 180 days after the skip flees.interestingly enough,in the states that allow bounty hunting,people are allowed to break the law in order to catch a fugitive

4.One hundred years ago,lincile signed a law that gave freedom to all slaves in the united states.but one hundred years later,we must face the tragic fact that the negro is still not free.one hundred years later,when the creators of our vast republic wrote the magnificent words of the constitution and the declaration of independence,they were making a promise to all of their children.this promise was that all men would be guaranteed the rights of life,liberty,and the pursuit of happiness.it is clear today that America has not kept her promise as far as her citizens of color are concerned.Nineteen sixty-three is not an end,but a beginning.

5.In the 2002 decision,thecourt said that the nation had come to a consensus against executing the mentally challenged.

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  • 10 年前
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    【1】traty應為treaty

    1997年12月,聯合國於日本京都召開的全球暖化高峰會,超過150個國家的代表通過了限制二氧化碳、甲烷、氮氧化物(一氧化二氮)、氫氟碳化合物、以及六氟化硫的協定,需要在2012年前將這些氣體的排放降低到比1990還低5%的標準,這就是所謂的『京都議定書』。參與國中有38個工業化國家簽署了這份協議。

    參與高峰會的發展中國家將不受協議中的指導方針約束。會議中的15個『歐盟』國家同意進一步減排到比1990排放水準低8%,美國7%,日本6%。

    【2】

    在早期的美國,被裁定犯下謀殺罪及強姦罪的人通常都會被處決,不是絞刑就是行刑隊槍決。被定罪的強盜犯、竊盜犯、甚至偽鈔犯大都得接受死刑。當時認為這樣對其他罪犯有震懾的效果。

    【3】

    伊利諾州、肯德基州、和奧瑞岡州有法律禁止「賞金獵人」的行為,而加州在「獵捕目標」脫逃後最多只允許獵捕180天。有趣的是,在允許「賞金獵人」獵捕的州,為了追捕逃犯而犯法竟是被允許的。

    【4】lincile應是Lincoln

    一百年前,林肯總統簽署了解放所有美國境內奴隸的法案;但在一百年後,我們必須面對這個可悲的事實,黑奴們仍然不自由。一百年前,這個偉大共和國的創建者寫下『美國憲法』和『獨立宣言』的壯麗字句之時,他們是在對後代子孫許下承諾。這份承諾保證每個人追求生存、自由、以及幸福的權力。很明顯,美國在對待她公民的膚色上並沒有實現這個承諾。1963年不是結束,而是一個開始。(應指金恩博士Dr. Martin Luther King發起的「民權運動」Civil Right Movement)

    【5】

    在2002年法院宣告,全國已達成「對精神疾病患者不執行死刑」的共識。

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  • 1 0 年前

    我不會英文,但是我有個不錯的翻譯網站,你可以去試看看。

    http://www.mytrans.com.tw/tchmytrans/

    參考資料: 自己
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