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    2. The act of cultivating (or farming) land. The process of trying to acquire or develop a quality or skill.

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    2. Upbringing 动物 人物 Cultivation 植物 A child's poor upbringing. The cultivation of this year's crops.

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    2. Cultivated: prepared and used for raising crops. "This is a cultivated land." Culinary: of , relating to, or used in the kitchen or for cooking. "I'm going to a culinary school because I like cooking."

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    2. cultivate/cultivating same , mean growing plants . cultivating present continuous tense of cultivate.

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    2. Very good! Just try to speak a little slower and make sure you say every word followed by a pause. You are still learning so speaking slowly isn't a bad thing! Also try to say every word clearly would help in your pronunciation.

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    2. It makes sense to me. Another way to write this would be: I think that teenagers should focus more on the cultivation of interest and the acquisition of knowledge.

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    2. Green Asparagus and White Asparagus There are two types of asparagus in the world. One is green asparagus, the other one is white asparagus. Green asparagus is one of the popular vegetables in grocery shops, but white asparagus is not so common. Do you know the differences between green asparagus and white asparagus? As their names suggests, there is a difference in color. In addition, the shape of white asparagus is thicker and rounder than green asparagus, but they are (FROM) the same breed. So why is there a difference in color and shape? There are some background factors that cause these differences. Also, they differ in nutrition, season of growth, and best ways to be eaten. First of all, the cultivation methods of green asparagus and white asparagus are different. Green asparagus is grown while exposed to the sun after germination. If (it) is brought up naturally under the sun, chlorophyll is made by photosynthesis and the color become bright green. Green asparagus is crisp because of the sun. On the other hand, white asparagus is piled (in) soil about 25cm after germination. It is then grown in the soil or moved to (a) dark place to avoid sun exposure. When the sun does not shine on (the) asparagus, it cannot photosynthesize. That’s why chlorophyll is not made and it becomes white (in) color. Sometimes white asparagus is piled before germination, and it becomes softer than (usual). Even though they are the same kind of vegetable, the color and shape of asparagus differs based on how they are cultivated. Second, the nutrition in green and white asparagus is also different because how they are cultivated. Green asparagus is the green and yellow vegetable which is wealthy in carotene. In addition, green asparagus includes a lot (of) protein, vitamin A, vitamin B family, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, and copper. Therefore, (one) can expect health of hair, skin, and respiratory mucous membrane reinforcement. Aspartic acid is a famous nutrition which works to relieve fatigue. By growing up with shine, green asparagus has a lot of nutrition. The nutritive value of green asparagus is really high even if (you) compare (it) with other vegetables. In contrast, white asparagus barely has carotene because it’s grown without sun. Also, white asparagus has only half of protein and vitamin B family. White asparagus is (a) vegetable which enjoys (a) special fragrance, sweetness and bitter sweetness, without expecting nutritive value. However, white asparagus has half as much polyphenol (a compound which has antioxidative effect) as green asparagus. Both asparaguses are good for (the) body. Finally, the best season to grow green and white asparagus, and how they are eaten, are different. It is possible to eat green asparagus every season because it grows fast. There are many ways to cook the green asparagus. Baking, frying, and boiling are good ways to cook it because it is hard to chew the green asparagus. On the other hand, white asparagus has the best season. Seasons May to (through) June (are) the best seasons to eat white asparagus. Because it takes time to harvest and (it) is difficult to cultivate, there is a (low) distribution amount and (the) price is a little high. White asparagus can be eaten fresh, so it is possible to eat it as salad. In conclusion, there are many differences between green asparagus and white asparagus in addition to the color and the shape. “These asparaguses has good point each other and” it is possible to enjoy different way to eat (it). (The first half of the sentence doesn’t make too much sense. You can try saying: Both asparaguses are nutritional and can be eaten in a variety of ways).

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    2. Some people might state that life was easier to survive when their grandparents were children, which means seventy years ago. However, I believe that 「people generally live」 more safely and comfortably today. I will discuss the reasons to support my opinion. First,「the world was in a state of global conflict, especially during WWII, while」 our grandparents were kids. According to a certain research paper published by 「the」Japanese government,「the global population had decreased after the start of the Second World War in 1946」. 「Throughout」 the biggest war, 「nuclear bombs and poisonous gas were used to kill soldiers」. It is easy to imagine that this also 「impacted other」 fauna and flora. 「At」the end of 1940's, most of all parts of the world got to be remains of houses and people, burned by arms (*the meaning of this sentence is unclear**). As this shows,「life in the mid-twentieth century was difficult for many of its inhabitants」. Second, people suffered from not only fireguns, but also lack of food supplies. Because of the wars, so many countries 「focused more on military funding and strengthening their army rather than sufficient cultivation of food」. As a result, people in 「virtually all regions of the world experienced starvation」. In addition to that,「unlike today, nutritional values were often not studied or taken into consideration. Therefore, for many, their physical health suffered」. For these reasons, 「people were more susceptible to」 serious diseases than today. Of course, some people might 「argue that people were more comfortable in the past because the rate of suicide has increased significantly, especially in modern day Japan. 」「Today, people are often subjected to live in a stressful society. Nevertheless,」 I still think the present society is much better than before. This is due to the fact I mentioned above(*I would remove this sentence as it is not necessary*). They did not have the ways to save their lives, which is the most fundamental part to live (*I suggest: While today’s society causes stress for many, the people of the past often faced burdens that were life-threatening*). In conclusion, I am 「certain that people today live more comfortably compared to when my grandparents were children」. 「People of the present」 can spend their lives more safely and have enough food supply and nutrition to survive.

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    2. I had tuna sashimi bowl in Osaka, the town of delicious foods. This fresh sashimi was delivered directly from the Fishiries Laboratory of Kinki University that researched the cultivation of bluefin tuna.

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    2. There really is no difference between cultivation, Growing, or Farming. In my opinion I think cultivation sounds a little more professional and formal. 🙂

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