1) There were no diseases in these trees. (p.40)
2) Greek tales tell of people who used no salt in their food. (p.44)
3) In Europe, before refrigerators were invented, salt was used. (p.44)
4) They have something in common with each other. (p.46)
5) Crime doesn't pay. (p.46)
6) He is in a poor state of health. (p.42)
7) Computers were sold commercially for the first time in the 1950s. (p.32)
8) That is not the case. (p.31)
9) They are used in many fields - in science, medicine, and education. (p.32)
10) There is no accounting for tastes. たで食う虫も好きずき（諺）(p.47)
11) The (驚くべき) fact is that the lake is about six times as salty as the ocean. (p.48)
12) Some people say that today's children are forgetting true (友情) among themselves. (p.32)
13) One of my most interesting (経験) was swimming in the Great Salt Lake. (p.48)
14) No (苦痛), no gains. 骨折りなくして利益なし（諺）(p.42)
15) causeの反対語 (p.43)
17) solveの名詞形 (p.35)
18) The (気温) of the rooms was the same. (p.29)
19) That's none of your ( * ). おまえの知ったことではない (p.34)
20) ancientの反対語. (p.36)
1 adult 2 activity 3 carefully 4 frequently 5 ground
6 helicopter 7 improve 8 notice 9 organize 10 straight
あassociate いcanoe うcharacteristic えclown おheadache
かimmediately きpear くsalt けstrange こsubway
補ったとき、( * )の位置にくる語を答えなさい。
1) 気楽にやろうよ！ ( * ) it ( ).
2) どうしたの？ What's the ( * )?
People's names are ( * ) the most difficult things to remember.
How did you ( ) ( * ) ( ) each other?
5) I said to Jane, "Please help me."
I ( * ) Jane to help me.
6) A car driven at full speed ran over a dog.
A dog ( ) ( ) ( * ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ).
あ As Jenny grew older, she studied harder.
い Just as I was going out, It started to rain.
う As there was nothing better to do, I watched TV the whole evening.
え I'm going to visit Australia next month, as I told you in the letter.
お You have to work as you were told.
1) I ( *あ ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( *い )
(1 to / 2 him / 3 to talk / 4 found / 5 very nice)
2) What ( ) ( *あ ) ( ) ( *い ) ( ) ( )?
(1 in / 2 to / 3 made / 4 the cars / 5 happens / 6 this factory)
3) I ( ) ( ) ( *あ ) ( ) ( *い ) ( ) ( )
(1 a / 2 you / 3 such / 4 thing / 5 don't / 6 want / 7 to do)
4) You ( ) ( ) ( ) ( *あ ) ( *い ) ( ) ( )
(1 be / 2 to / 3 not / 4 lose / 5 should / 6 careful / 7 anything)
5) The ( ) ( ) ( ) ( *あ ) ( ) ( ) ( *い ) ( ) ( )
(1 I / 2 by / 3 to / 4 day / 5 was / 6 other / 7 taken / 8 my brother /
9 the ballpark)
1) Japanese must be pretty difficult.
2) It's based on the author's diary of her high school days.
The ticket lady asked the father how many tickets he wanted. He proudly
responded, "I'd like eight children's tickets and two adult tickets. I'm
taking my family to the circus."
The ticket lady told him the price.
The man's wife 【☆ア：放す：３語で】 his hand, and her head dropped. The man's lip began to quiver. The man
【☆イ：leaned：意味】 【☆ウ：少し：２語で】closer and asked, "How much did you say?"
The price was repeated by the ticket lady.
The man didn't have enough money. ★あ(1 and / 2 how / 3 them / 4 could / 5 he turn / 6 to take / 7 enough
money / 8 he didn't have / 9 to the circus? / 10 tell his eight kids that)?
My dad saw all ★いthis. He（ Ｘ ）
The man understood ★うthis immediately. He ★えdidn't mean to beg, but he certainly 【☆エ：感謝する：１語・aで始める】 the help.
5) 本文中（ Ｘ ）で、文章の流れのあうように筆者の父親がとった１〜７の行動を順に並べ替えたとき、もっとも適切なものを以下のア〜エから選びなさい。
1 reached down / 2 picked up the bill / 3 pulled out a $20 bill / 4
dropped it on the ground
5 put his hand into his pocket / 6 tapped the man on the shoulder
7 said, "Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket"
ア1254367 イ1432657 ウ3214657 エ5341267
When you read a book or listen to a lesson for a long time without
a break, it is often difficult to remember （☆ア：読んだり聞いたりしたこと：５語で）. Naturally, you have to （☆イ：集中する：２語で） the new information to remember it. After a time, however, this gets
difficult, and remembering the information at a later time is ★あeven more difficult. If you read without a break for two hours, this is what
★いYet, look what happens if you ★うstop to rest for two or three minutes every 20 minutes: (B)
If you （☆ウ：休憩する：３語で） for two or three minutes every 20 minutes, you'll remember a lot more. How
much will you remember if you don't look at your notes or your book again?
But if you look again and again at the information, this is what happens:
（☆エ：以上のこと：２語） are some suggestions to help you when you try to remember new words, names
and information. （☆オ：〜してはどうですか？：２語）try them?
アA-1 B-3 C-2 D-4 イA-2 B-4 C-1 D-3 ウA-1 B-4 C-3 D-2 エA-3 B-2
One morning, when I saw Rumi, she was wearing a new hat ★あinstead of her yellow ribbon. The ribbon was in her hand.
"What a pretty hat!" I said.
Rumi looked up at me★い, taking off her hat without saying a word. ★うTo my surprise, she looked strange. Most of her hair had fallen out.
"My uncle told me to put on this hat because my hair is sick,"
said Rumi. "So I keep the ribbon in my hand. Mom made this ribbon. I
like it very much."
"I see," I said. "I'll make another ribbon for you
when your hair gets better. You'll look like a doll if you wear two ribbons."
Rumi smiled, and she again turned her eyes to the sea. ★えWith tears in her eyes, she murmured, "Mom and Dad said that they would only stay overnight."
One day I went to the harbor as usual. I did not see Rumi. Instead,
her uncle was there alone. I got ★おthe feeling that something was wrong with Rumi. I asked him what had happened to her.
"Rumi isn't so well. I shouldn't have taken her to Hiroshima,"
he said. "I made a serious mistake. Yesterday evening Rumi didn't
want to eat anything. She cried and said that her parents were staying
away too many nights. I could do ★かnothing but hold her in my arms."
アThe auther liked Rumi's hat, and so did she.
イWhen the author spoke to Rumi at the harbor, she talked a lot about her
ウRumi lost her hair maybe because she had stayed in Hiroshima soon after
the atomic bomb was dropped there.
エThe author often went to the harbor to see Rumi.
オShe was so glad about the red ribbon that it was always in her hand.
カRumi couldn't eat anything because of the same reason about her hair.
キRumi's uncle believed that he made a serious mistake because her parents
didn't come back.
クRumi's uncle knew why Rumi's hair had fallen out.
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