Translation n. 9 – Animals used in wars. Gina, 2 years and 28 kilograms, is a military dog of in the American army, specialized in searching for bombs and explosives. Before going to Iraq, she was a cheerful and tranquil dog. Nobody could think that Gina would have returned return (FUTURE IN THE PAST would + infinitive without “to”) from war with a psychological disorder, but after the mission in Iraq she got was afraid of everything and everyone. With her tail between her legs, she would hide under the furniture. It was hard, for those who had known Gina before the war, to recognise her as the same dog as she was before. Six months of war, and in particular the bombing of the convoy on which she was travelling, would turn had transformed her. Thus, Gina started a therapy to cure what veterinarians use to call “post traumatic stress disorder”. In the beginning of the therapy her trainer, Melinda Miller, just wanted Gina to take long walks with her and other friendly people. Afterwards, they made her jump over obstacles and gave her a little assignment assignments like, for example, searching for hidden objects. In this therapy, that which still continues today, with every success they make pay her lots of compliments. And, above all, they comfort her whenever Gina appears frightened. For some months Gina has been more cheerful and less afraid. She has also started to gain back some of her past skills. Although skills, although experts say that she won’t be able to go back to a warzone again. The case of Gina raises, once again, the issue of the morality in using animals in wars. Translation n. 10 – Robot teacher. In some schools, in order to save on the costs of teaching, headmasters would require like students to attend some online courses. Although, However (“although” è sebbene e non può introdurre una frase indipendente) it is not sure whether the students pay attention while attending these kind kinds of courses. In person, teachers employ a series of techniques to catch and keep students’ attention alive, such as changing their own tone of voice or gesticulating. For some months it the Intelligent Tutor has also been invented (SVO) the Intelligent Tutor, a new type of program. Similarly to the teacher, the Tutor only has to look into students’ eyes to understand whether they’re attending paying attention to the lesson or not. It An electronic sensor is used an electronic sensor which traces the movement of the pupil’s eye. In order to make students more attentive, the robot is capable of changing its tone of voice and gesticulating whenever the student gets distracted. Inventors were hoping the Tutor to would be (FUTURE IN THE PAST) really effective. In fact, they showed how that students using the Intelligent Tutor could remember more information regarding with respect to those who used to attend the lesson with a basic program.