I found one passage like this in a book on the other day;
Most girls like to go on diet, but they are more likely to get ill than otherwise they would be.
One (famous?) professor translated into Japanese ike this;
Also there was another translation done by the same professor.
She had herself pushed onto the street in her wheelchair.
It said「彼女はみずから車椅子を押して通りに出た。」which means; 'she managed her wheelchair by herself and went out to the street'. But I think it is a causative verb and it would mean that someone helped her and she was pushed in a wheelchair down a street. Am I wrong?( but the translation said she was alone and did it by herself....it sounds weird to me.....)
But someone said that it is one of the famous writing from Virginia Woolf and after studying him deeper, it is natural to translate like that or something….
Anyway, any opinion?