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Dịch giúp mình với các mem

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    Dịch giúp mình với các mem

    1/These kinds of kisses are different from country to country. They are governed by the rules of that culture.
    2/The third kind of kiss is the romantic kiss.
    3/One must admit that kissing is more than a bit strange. Why would the exchange of mouth fluids and left over pieces of food be a good thing, even a sign of passionate love? The romantic kiss is very common. So it must play an important part in the dance of human sexuality. But what exactly is that part?”
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    theo em thì gg dịch có thể giúp bác mà

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    Mạn phép dịch tạm:
    1. Có rất nhiều kiểu hôn khác nhau giữa các quốc gia. Chúng bị ảnh hưởng khá nhiều bởi luật lệ của nền văn hóa địa phương.
    2. Kiểu hôn thứ ba là kiểu Romantic (tên riêng không cần dịch)
    3. Người ta phải thừa nhận rằng hôn là 1 việc mang lại nhiều điều lạ lẫm. Tại sao việc truyền chất lỏng của miệng và để lại các mẩu thức ăn là một điều tốt, thậm chí là một dấu hiệu của tình yêu nồng nàn? Nụ hôn lãng mạn rất phổ biến. Vì vậy, nó phải đóng một phần quan trọng trong hoạt động tình dục con người. Nhưng chính xác thì phần đó là gì? ”
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    Dịch dùm mình với ạ

    I had never been to a football match with my own father. He was disabled and was bed-ridden during most
    of my childhood. So, I had always had this image in mind that if I had ever had a son, we’d go to a
    football game together, hand in hand.
    By eight, my son was a passionate supporter. He would write out his own lists of goals and records in his
    horrible handwriting. He would go to bed reading his Spurs books and programmes, falling asleep with
    them on his little chin. He only lives three streets away now and we still talk about football all the time.
    This is because football is not just a game that begins and ends. Football is a passion for life, cutting
    across all ages, all classes, and all backgrounds.
    As a parent, it’s hard to share interests with your children and find common ground. However, with
    football, there are no generation gaps. You can discuss the match, any match, with the very old or the very
    young, and your opinion will be listened to. I used to ring my father-in-law, who died at 96, every
    Saturday at 5:30 pm after Sports Reports for decades just to discuss how Carlisle United had got on. It was
    our point of contact, what we had in common. Yes, I know a pretty superficial point of contact, but is
    going on about shopping, babies or relationships really all that more meaningful?
    My son rings me after he has seen a match on television or at half-time on his mobile, if he’s at a match
    without me. He might be indulging me as I indulged my father-in-law, but that doesn’t bother me.
    Football has replaced the zoo as the half-day a week treat for divorced fathers. You also see middle-class,
    middle-aged fathers suddenly acquiring an interest in football, which they never had before, as a way of
    establishing a relationship with their children whom they've hardly talked to for 20 years because they
    were so busy in their careers.

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    Dịch dùm mình với ạ

    I had never been to a football match with my own father. He was disabled and was bed-ridden during most
    of my childhood. So, I had always had this image in mind that if I had ever had a son, we’d go to a
    football game together, hand in hand.
    By eight, my son was a passionate supporter. He would write out his own lists of goals and records in his
    horrible handwriting. He would go to bed reading his Spurs books and programmes, falling asleep with
    them on his little chin. He only lives three streets away now and we still talk about football all the time.
    This is because football is not just a game that begins and ends. Football is a passion for life, cutting
    across all ages, all classes, and all backgrounds.
    As a parent, it’s hard to share interests with your children and find common ground. However, with
    football, there are no generation gaps. You can discuss the match, any match, with the very old or the very
    young, and your opinion will be listened to. I used to ring my father-in-law, who died at 96, every
    Saturday at 5:30 pm after Sports Reports for decades just to discuss how Carlisle United had got on. It was
    our point of contact, what we had in common. Yes, I know a pretty superficial point of contact, but is
    going on about shopping, babies or relationships really all that more meaningful?
    My son rings me after he has seen a match on television or at half-time on his mobile, if he’s at a match
    without me. He might be indulging me as I indulged my father-in-law, but that doesn’t bother me.
    Football has replaced the zoo as the half-day a week treat for divorced fathers. You also see middle-class,
    middle-aged fathers suddenly acquiring an interest in football, which they never had before, as a way of
    establishing a relationship with their children whom they've hardly talked to for 20 years because they
    were so busy in their careers.
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    Reply: Dịch giúp mình với các mem

    vãi cả gu gồ dịch