Saturday, June 20, 2009

The Urban Legend season2

Have you heard this story?

At a certain medical school, there was a class of bacteriology.
It was that students examined their own saliva by microscopes.

When a certain girl student examined her own saliva, she found a big bacteria. She was surprised. Because she had never looked it on texts or illustrated books.
So, she called her professor, and she said "Professor! I might find the new bacteria. Look this!"

The professor looked it trough the scope. Then he said to her.
"Well, you. This is a sperm."


「都市伝説 シーズン2」

あなたは、この話を聞いたことがありますか?

ある医科大学で、細菌学の授業が行われた。
それは、学生たちが自分の唾液を、顕微鏡で調べる授業だった。

ある女生徒が、彼女の唾液を調べていたとき、一匹の大きな細菌を見つけた。彼女は驚いた。教科書でも図鑑でも見たことがない細菌だったからだ。
そこで彼女は教授を呼んで言った。「先生!わたし、新種の細菌を見つけたかもしれません。これを見てください!」

教授はスコープを覗き込んだ。それから彼女に言った。
「えーと、君。これは精子だよ」



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11 comments:

peachyplush said...

Hehe, funny.

Anonymous said...

Have you heard this story?

At a certain medical school, there was a class of bacteriology.
In this class the students examined their own saliva using microscopes.

When a certain female student examined her own saliva, she found a big bacteria. She was surprised. Because she had never seen it in texts or illustrated books.
So, she called to her professor, and she said "Professor! I might have found a new bacteria. Look at this!"

The professor looked at it through the microscope. Then he said to her.
"Well... you... This is a sperm."

I hope that helps, your English is really rather good.

M.s.s said...

ohhhhhhh!!!
;)

Anna said...

Lol, oh boy.

Selenium said...

O_o

I feel sorry for the professor.

Kaesi Ashden said...

Hahaha, that was funny!
Not too bad!

gaijinhodge said...

最後の落ちいいよね。
ただ、最後の「君」は訳しにくいです。

I would use, "Um...look." or "Uh...well, this is a sperm" or something like that. I don't know why, but "Well...you." isn't used in English.

一番近いのは"look"と思います。「ほら」と同じ意味です。

Also you can link She was surprised with the next sentence by using a comma.

よく訳しました。

Bella_182 said...

haha that's funny

Lucia said...

Words like because are conjunctions, which means you use them to join sentences together. Here's a link where you can try them out http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/grammar/interestsentences/compoundsentences/ :)

Hana Kimilia said...

hello
i from malaysia ...
seriously i don't know about this story but it was funny

~LW~ said...

wakaka, my version is that, after watching at the microscope, the doctor told the girl, "remember to tell your man to wear a condom next time"

Leo from Hong Kong