Can you explain the meaning of "attitude" in this paragraph? I'm collaborator of a forum for men. This week admin gave me a book and i must translate it to chinese. The book has a paragraph: "Since appearances matter so greatly with regard to your attitudes (that is, it is more important to appear certain than it is to actually be certain), it is actually not necessary to have positive expectations, as long as you at least always act like you do. Your attitude will catch up quickly[...] What is best for a male to wear all has to do with his attitude. Since a lot of attention is not essential for a male to be attractive to women, there is no point for him to wear bright colors for the sake of being more visible [...]At the end of the day, his attitude is far more significant and is the one thing a male should focus on, while his style should be at the bottom of his list of areas for improvement." all the word "attitude" in the paragraphs have the same meaning, right? What do they mean? And what does "appearances .... your attitudes" mean? Thank!
Nov 25, 2016 1:44 PM
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Attitude = Behavior It matters most the way you behave than your appearance.
November 25, 2016
Oh, dear. I don't envy you having to do this task. This text reads like translation from another language, or a non-native/not-very-literate person's attempt at writing English. I have no idea what the writer is trying to say. 'Since appearances matter so greatly with regard to your attitudes ' does not make any sense. Seeing your source material is so unclear and so poorly written, you can interpret it any way you wish. Make whatever sense of it you want, and then translate that into Chinese. Whatever you write in Chinese will be an improvement on the English.
November 25, 2016
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