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請會翻譯英文的人幫忙一下

我們英文課要做報告,以下是我初步寫的幾個小段

請精通英文的人幫我檢查一下有無文法上的錯誤或是字詞使用不恰當的地方,謝謝!

British just have first name but not have surname in a long time.

Until 16 century, the surname has been used popularity.

And there's a few familiar surnames:

Because European have surname are approximately on latter 18 century to initial 19 century.

So majority are not inherit from ancient customs.

In English, the easiest to be understood example is "Carpenter" and "Smith" and so on, occupations become to surnames.

Others turn the surnames by occpations or nicknames have many examples, too.

And the most obvious example is in addition-son surnames.

The word "son" means 「兒子」 in Chinese, so Jackson's meaning is "Jack's son" , and Nicholson'meaning is "Nichol's son."

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In modern English, many English surname’s meaninig had became fuzzy.

For example, “Cooper”’s meaning is “桶匠” in Chinese, but it also became a surname now.

In middle age, if a man who has lower social class want to marry a girl who has higher social class, he has to use the surname of his wife.

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But they have another choice, they can use “double-barrelled-name.”

For example, if a man who named “John Smith” married with a girl who named “Mary Jones,” they can named “John Smith-Jones” and”Mary Smith-Jones.”

請幫忙一下補充的這幾段 :) 謝謝

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    British just have first name but not have surname in a long time.

    (The British people had only first names and not surnames for a long time.)

    Until 16 century, the surname has been used popularity.

    (Not until 16th Century, the surnames have been used popularly)

    And there's a few familiar surnames:

    (and there're a few familiar surnames)

    Because European have surname are approximately on latter 18 century to initial 19 century.

    So majority are not inherit from ancient customs.

    (Becaues Europeans had their surnames approximately late 18th Century to early 19th Century, so the majority of them were not inherited from their ancestors)

    In English, the easiest to be understood example is "Carpenter" and "Smith" and so on, occupations become to surnames.

    (In English, The most common examples are "Carpenters" and "Smiths" and so on, Occupations were adopted as surnames)

    Others turn the surnames by occpations or nicknames have many examples, too.

    And the most obvious example is in addition-son surnames.

    The word "son" means 「兒子」 in Chinese, so Jackson's meaning is "Jack's son" , and Nicholson'meaning is "Nichol's son."

    (Many picked up their surnames by occupations or nicknames, the most evident example is in add-son surnames. The word "son" means "兒子" in Chinese. ,so the surname "jackson" meant "jack's son" and "Nicholson" meant "Nichol's son"

    稍微改一下,希望幫得上.

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