Q: The unavoidable dependence of modalities in evaluation of reading (and listening) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: My philosophy teacher really liked the word "modality", but I'm still not sure what exactly it means. I think it's something related to forms, signs and observable behaviours; and I think here it refers to an observable state of a person understanding the text, and of a person in the process of understanding the text.
So this clause means roughly the same as all the text above it. Summarizes it, perhaps.
Q: unavoidable とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Something that you cannot avoid, something that will happen regardless


Q: unavoidable と inevitable はどう違いますか?
A: They are generally interchangeable.

If you're talking about something that you physically can't avoid (ex. bird poop falling on you) you should use unavoidable. They technically mean exactly the same thing, but people usually would use unavoidable for these kinds of situations.
Q: unavoidable と inevitable はどう違いますか?
A: they mean the same thing and can be used in similar situations ^.^ however, "inevitable" can sometimes imply a grand plan, like fate or destiny

"That car accident was unavoidable" implies it was completely out of your control, possibly because someone else hit you

"That car accident was inevitable" implies that it was completely out of your control and destined to happen

also, inevitable kinda just sounds like a fancier word a lot of the time lol ^.^
Q: unavoidable と inevitable はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing
Q: unavoidable と inevitable はどう違いますか?
A: "Inevitable" means something will happen no matter what is done. "Unavoidable" means something is unable to be avoided.
They are very similar in meaning, so in a lot of cases they can be used interchangeably, but the difference is something like: an inevitability will always occur, but something unavoidable could probably have been prevented if you did something differently.
It's really a matter of degree. Inevitable is simply more fatalistic than unavoidable.
Q: unavoidable と inevitable はどう違いますか?
A: unavoidable and inevitable both mean the same thing "No matter what something can't be change or avoided. "

inevitable is used in more severe/extreme cases where unavoidable is more casual.

Example: It's unavoidable that I have an exam soon. It's inevitable that I will fail if I don't study.

Hope this helped 😀


Q: It is unavoidable to understand that the whole falls under the essential part. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × It is unavoidable to understand that the whole falls under the essential part.
✓ The whole thing depends on this one necessary part.

Q: We are not unavoidable to get old. The more we get old, the less we have physical fitness and the more our five senses decline. Elderly people are easy to be fired and are sometimes treated as a burden on society. However, during the time when mass media and social media didn't develop, the experience and information that elderly people had was precious and useful, so they were more respected than nowadays. What is the value of elderly people? この表現は自然ですか?
A: Thank you for your corrections.
Q: is inevitable more common than unavoidable?
A: I feel like they are both as commonly used
Q: I consoled myself for this unavoidable reality, I was being cursed with all the evil words, the perfect imperfection of life; confusion, dilemma and blinding emotion.

does this sound natural? この表現は自然ですか?
A: You just need to fix some punctuation ad maybe consider splitting up the sentences here.

How about, "I consoled myself for this unavoidable reality. I was being cursed with all of the evil words, by the perfect imperfection of life, by confusion, dilemma, and blinding emotion."

Very beautiful prose though.