4 Ⅱ-A 次 の 文 章 の 主 題 としてもっとも 適 切 なものをア ウから つ 選 び 記 号 で 答 えなさ い ⑴ About fifty years ago, most mothers stayed home to take care of the children and did almost all the * housework. But fathers were too busy to see their children. They left home early and came home late. Fathers could play with their children only on the weekends, so children sometimes forgot their fathersʼ faces. Today, many women are working, so this has changed the familyʼs way of life. Fathers often help mothers with the housework. They may even help their children at meal times, help them put on clothes, or take them to school in the morning. Now they are happy because their children do not forget their faces. 注 housework: 家 事 ア.Life as a husband イ.Womanʼs work now ウ.Changes in the family ⑵ * Pilots and * flight attendants often forget things if they fly many times without enough * rest. This fact is well known. They forget their room numbers at hotels, forget the names of people they have just met, or lose their watches. This is a problem with * short-term memory. Some people think this happens because of * jet lag. 3
5 A scientist who had to fly between America and Europe many times in one month found the same problem with his short-term memory. He decided to find out why people with jet lag forget things so often. To understand what was happening, he took pictures of the * brains of people with bad jet lag. He also looked at pictures of the brains of people without jet lag, and he discovered this: if people have jet lag, some of their brain * cells are hurt. In fact, part of the brain becomes smaller. This is the reason for the problem with short-term memory. 注 pilot:パイロット flight attendant: 客 室 乗 務 員 rest: 休 息 short-term memory: 短 期 記 憶 jet lag: 時 差 ボケ brain: 脳 cell: 細 胞 ア.Why do people forget things if they often fly around the world? イ.Which part of the brain do we use with short-term memory? ウ.How do people feel after long flights? ⑶ Many people who are good at music are also good at languages. You should not be surprised at this fact, because the study of music and the study of a language have a lot of similar points. First, it is necessary for you to have a good ear in both cases the ear to know the difference between various sounds. It is also necessary for you to create sounds you have heard. Finally, when you learn music or a language, you have to learn some difficult rules. With a language, the rules are about * grammar and meaning. With music, the rules are about sounds and * rhythm. Why are some people good at studying both music and languages? German scientists have discovered the reason. You use the same part of the brain for both subjects and this part of the brain is called Broca s area. Scientists have known for a 4
6 long time that this part is connected to learning languages. Now they believe that it is also the part of the brain you use when you learn music. 注 grammar: 文 法 rhythm:リズム ア.The necessary things for the study of languages and music イ.The differences between languages and music ウ.The similar things about studying music and languages 5
7 Ⅱ-B インドネシア Indonesia からの 留 学 生 Tuti さんと 日 本 人 学 生 の Aki さんの 会 話 文 を 読 み ⑴ ⑹の 文 が 内 容 と 一 致 していれば を そうでなければ を 書 きなさ い ⑴ ⑵ ⑶ ⑷ ⑸ ⑹ The * Earl of Sandwich first made a sandwich with meat and bread. The Earl of Sandwich wanted to keep playing cards without stopping. Pan is the English god of shepherds. Pan looked like a * sheep but he had human legs and feet. When people met Pan, it was a good sign and people felt lucky. Panic is a word used all over the world. Tuti: Aki: Tuti: Have you heard about the * origin of the word sandwich? Well, Iʼve heard that it comes from an Englishman. Am I right? Youʼre right. His name was the Earl of Sandwich a man from the eighteenth century. Aki: Tuti: So, I guess... he was the man that first made sandwiches? Not really. He was one of the greatest card players of his time. He loved to play cards for fun and often played for a long time. One time, he played for twenty-four hours and did not want to leave the card table even to eat. Finally, he told his * servants to bring him a special meal. It was two pieces of bread with meat in the * middle. Aki: Tuti: I see. So, he could eat it while he was playing. Right. In fact, there were the same kinds of meals all over the world then. But, the Earl of Sandwich was famous, so this meal became famous and people began to call it a sandwich. Aki: Word origins are very interesting, arenʼt they? I know a good one, too. Do you 6
8 know the word panic? Tuti: Yes, of course. Itʼs English, right? Aki: Actually, no! It comes from the * Greek language. There was a god of shepherds called Pan in Greek. Tuti: Aki: What is a shepherd? A shepherd is a man who watches sheep. Pan looked like a man but he had legs and feet like a sheepʼs. He lived in the forest and liked * hunting. He also liked to play music. Maybe you have seen a picture of Pan playing the flute. Tuti: Aki: That sounds very interesting, but why is Pan connected with the word panic? Well, Pan played a special kind of flute and its sound often made people afraid. He also looked very strange. So, when travelling people met him... Tuti: Aki: They were in a panic! Youʼre right! Very often people in a panic do strange things. They do not know what to do because they are very afraid and * confused. People everywhere become like that, so the word panic is found in many languages. Tuti: Aki: We often use the word panic in Indonesia, too. Well, we can learn a lot of things from word origins, canʼt we? We should learn a foreign language as a way of communication and as a gate to foreign cultures and history. Tuti: I agree. I will teach you some of our word origins next time. 注 Earl: 伯 爵 sheep: 羊 origin: 由 来 起 源 servant: 召 使 middle: 真 ん 中 Greek:ギリシアの hunting: 狩 confused: 混 乱 している 7
9 Ⅱ-C 次 の 文 章 中 の 空 所 に 入 る 語 としてもっとも 適 切 なものをア エから つ 選 び 記 号 で 答 えなさい From Monday until Friday most people are busy with their work or study. But every evening and on the weekend they are to relax and enjoy themselves. Some people watch television or go to the movies; others play sports. This is because people are in different things. There are many different ways to spend our free time. Almost everyone has some kind of hobby. It may be collecting dolls or making * model planes. Some hobbies need a lot of money, but others are. Some * collections are * worth a lot of money; others have a special meaning only to the people who keep them. I know a man who has a coin collection worth many thousands of dollars. A short time ago he bought a special * fifty-cent coin. He paid $2,500 for it! When he bought it, he was very happy and didnʼt think it. My youngest brother, however, collects * match boxes. He has almost 600 of them but I donʼt think that they are worth a lot of money. But to my brother they have a very special meaning. He is when he finds a new match box for his collection. Thatʼs the meaning of a hobby, I think. It is something that we like to do in our free time just because it is fun. The * value in dollars is not, but the fun that we have when we are doing it is. 注 model: 模 型 の collection:コレクション be worth: 価 値 がある fifty-cent coin:50セント 硬 貨 ドルの 半 分 match:マッチ value: 価 値 8
11 Ⅱ-D 次 の 文 章 は モーツァルト についての 話 です 文 中 のア オを 適 切 な 順 に 並 べ 替 え 文 章 を 完 成 しなさい ただし エ は 番 目 に 来 るものとします One day in 1759, a man named Leopold Mozart gave his daughter her first music lesson. The girl was seven years old, and everyone called her Nannerl. Leopold was one of the best violin players in the city, and he wanted his daughter to become a musician some day, too. Leopold showed her a * keyboard instrument called a clavier. It was played by many people before the piano became popular. Nannerl learned things quickly, and soon she could play it better than many * adults. ア.In 1761, Wolfgang learned to play his first * piece of music. Leopold taught him to play a * minuet, and young Wolfgang was able to play it easily. He was just four years old, and it took only 30 minutes for him to learn! When he played the minuet, it was perfect. イ.On some days, Nannerlʼs younger brother Wolfgang watched her lessons, but he was only three years old, so everyone thought that he was too young for music. ウ.One day, young Wolfgang said to his father, Can I play it? Leopold thought it would be fun, so he said, Yes. Wolfgang began to play the clavier. エ.But Wolfgang loved his sister very much, and he wanted to be like her. If Nannerl played the clavier, Wolfgang wanted to play it too. 10
12 オ.Suddenly, Wolfgang began to play some of the * chords that his sister was practicing. No one could believe it. He was so young! He had something very strange and special. Soon, Wolfgang was learning more difficult pieces of music. His music was so beautiful and no one could believe it. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a child * genius and he became one of the greatest musicians that ever lived. 注 keyboard instrument: 鍵 盤 楽 器 adult: 大 人 piece of music: 曲 minuet:メヌエット 曲 の 種 類 chord: 和 音 genius: 天 才 11
13 Ⅲ-A 次 の 文 章 を 読 み 下 線 部 に 共 通 して 入 る 文 を 完 成 しなさい It was winter, and Mrs. Hermann wanted to do a lot of shopping. She waited until it was Saturday because her husband, Joe was free on Saturdays. She wanted him to go to the shops with her, * pay for her shopping and carry the things she bought. Mrs. Hermann always bought a lot of things. So she often stopped and said, ʻLook, Joe! Isnʼt that beautiful?ʼ He then answered, All right, dear. is? and took his money out to pay for it. It was dark when they came out of the last shop. Joe was tired and thinking about other things, like having a nice drink near * the fire at home. Suddenly his wife looked up at the sky and said, Look, Joe. Isnʼt that moon beautiful? Without stopping, Mr. Hermann answered, All right, dear. is? 注 pay: 払 う the fire: 暖 炉 12
14 Ⅲ-B 次 の 文 章 を 読 み hydroponic farming とはどのようなものか 句 読 点 を 含 め15 字 以 上 20 字 以 内 の 日 本 語 で 説 明 しなさい Mr. Kunihiko Murai is a farmer who has become rich from hydroponic farming. When he was young, Mr. Murai thought that the traditional way of farming was not exciting at all and he was looking for a new kind of farming. He read many books, and finally learned about hydroponic farming in At first, Mr. Murai made a small place to put water in. He didnʼt add any * soil, because he knew that the * minerals in the water could help his plants grow. So, he put one hundred tomato plants into it. They grew fast and covered a large area. They also tasted delicious. From the next year, he made the water place bigger because he wanted to try to find the best way to grow vegetables with hydroponic farming. He used a lot of water for his * experiments, so some people near his farm thought he was a very bad farmer. Later, however, more and more farmers began to ask him how to do hydroponic farming because they found that it was a better way. Hydroponic farming is a cleaner way of farming. * Moreover, vegetables grow faster than the ones in the * fields, so farmers can grow them more often and they can get more money. Now, a lot of farmers are using this way of farming to grow their vegetables. 注 soil: 土 mineral:ミネラル experiment: 実 験 moreover:さらに field: 畑 13
15 Ⅲ-C 次 の 物 語 文 を 読 み 問 A Bに 答 えなさい A young * Native American, Gluscabi, was walking quietly in a forest, with his * bow and arrow to * hunt for a small animal for dinner. His shoes made no sound, but the animals knew that he was there and * hid quietly in the woods. Gluscabi looked everywhere but could not find any animals to hunt. Hunting takes too long! said Gluscabi. He walked to Grandmother Woodchuckʼs house by the river. Gluscabi sat on a bed and began to sing, I want a special * game bag to make hunting easier. Grandmother Woodchuck heard his song and made a good, strong bag with some * deer hair to keep his game in. She gave it to him, but Gluscabi kept singing. Grandmother Woodchuck took * moose hair and made a larger bag with it for Gluscabi. Here is your bag, she said. She gave it to him and hoped that he would be happy. But 1 Gluscabi kept singing. Grandmother Woodchuck finally pulled the hairs from her own * belly and made 2 a * magical game bag that could keep getting larger and larger. Gluscabi was very happy when he received the magical bag. He went to the forest right away. While he was walking through the trees, Gluscabi shouted, Animals everywhere! Listen to my words carefully! The world is going to disappear! All of you will die! I have come here to help you. Slowly, animals that were worried and afraid moved close to Gluscabi. How will you help us? they all asked. Gluscabi held up his game bag and explained, This is a magical bag! 3 If you climb into it, you will not see the world end. Each animal ran to the bag and climbed inside when Gluscabi held it open. Rabbits, * muskrats, * porcupines, deer, * raccoons, * squirrels, and bears... a lot of animals came. The bag continued to get bigger. Moose, * sables, and * partridges arrived. More and more animals came and climbed into the bag until all the animals 14
16 were there. Gluscabi closed the bag, * tied it, and ran all the way home. He shouted, I will never have to hunt again! He was very happy. Grandmother Woodchuck came out of the house to talk to him. Why are you shouting? she asked. Look, Grandmother! cried Gluscabi. He was excited. I have done something great! I was very clever. (あ) because the world will end. And, they did! Now when we want some meat to eat, we can just open the bag and take some out. Itʼs easy! Grandmother Woodchuck looked into the bag and understood that it was true. The 4 forest was very, very quiet, because all the animals in the world were in the magical game bag. Grandmother Woodchuck was not happy. Gluscabi, listen to me. The animals cannot live in this game bag without food, water, or air. They will soon die, and then there will be no animals in the world. Is a world without animals the gift you 5 want to give to people who will live after you die? Gluscabi thought about the quiet forest. He said, No, I want my childrenʼs childrenʼs children to live with animals, too. But it is hard work to hunt for food. Grandmother Woodchuck said, The hard work will make you clever and strong. The animals must become smarter, too, because they donʼt want to become your food. In this way, there will be a good * balance. Gluscabi agreed. He took the magical game bag back to the forest and opened it. He shouted into the bag, The world is not dangerous any more! It is safe to come out now! All the animals climbed out of the bag and disappeared into the forest. Today, in many places, you can see rabbits, raccoons, squirrels, deer, bears, and many other animals, too. They are still here on the Earth, everywhere, because Gluscabi listened to (い) the important words of Grandmother Woodchuck. He did not catch and keep all the animals to make life easy only for himself. 15
17 注 Native American:アメリカ 先 住 民 bow and arrow: 弓 矢 hunt for : を 狩 る hid:hide 隠 れる の 過 去 形 game: 狩 猟 の 獲 物 deer: 鹿 moose:ヘラジカ belly:お 腹 magical: 魔 法 の muskrat:ニオイネズミ porcupine:ヤマアラシ raccoon:アライグマ squirrel:リス sable:クロテン partridge:ヤマウズラ tie:しばる balance: 調 和 A. 下 線 部 1 5の 意 味 としてもっとも 適 切 なものをア エから つ 選 び 記 号 で 答 えなさい 1 ア.Gluscabi had a good time when he was hunting in the forest. イ.Gluscabi wanted to make his grandmother happy with his song. ウ.Gluscabi was waiting for something more special from his grandmother. エ.Gluscabi was looking forward to going hunting with his grandmother. 2 ア.Gluscabi could become bigger if he had this magical bag. イ.Gluscabi could keep every animal he wanted in this magical bag. ウ.In this magical bag, animals could grow larger than usual. エ.In this magical bag, baby animals grew faster than they did outside. 3 ア.Animals will not be able to see anything in the bag. イ.Animals will be killed in the bag. ウ.Animals cannot enter the bag until the world ends. エ.Animals can keep living in the bag because it is safe. 16
18 4 ア.Gluscabi kept all the animals in his bag. イ.Gluscabi became good at hunting. ウ.The world disappeared. エ.All the animals in the bag were eaten. 5 ア.Do you want your children to hunt animals for you? イ.Do you want your children to live in a world without animals? ウ.Do you want your children to take care of the animals in the world? エ.Do you want your children to give a lot of gifts to people? B. 下 線 部 あ い について6 7の 問 に 答 えなさい 6 下 線 部 あ に 入 るセリフを 作 りなさい ただし 下 の 語 句 を 全 て 用 いること 必 要 があれば 語 形 は 変 えても 良 い [tell / the animals / the bag] 7 下 線 部 い の 内 容 としてふさわしくないものを つ 選 び 記 号 で 答 えなさい ア. 魔 法 を 使 ってはいけない イ. 自 分 の 利 益 だけを 考 えてはいけない ウ. 人 間 と 動 物 は 自 然 の 調 和 を 保 つべきだ エ. 動 物 は 大 事 に 育 てなければならない オ. 苦 労 は 成 長 をもたらす 17
19 Ⅳ-A 次 の 文 章 中 の 空 所 ( ) ( )に 入 る 語 句 としてもっとも 適 切 なものを ア エから つ 選 び 記 号 で 答 えなさい I have a photo of my grandparents. The photo ( ) in 1950 at the beach in Brooklyn, New York. They first met on that day. They were both smiling because my grandfather ( ) my grandmother from the ocean. She ( ) in the water and * slipped. She couldnʼt swim, so he helped her and ( ) her to * shore. I think they ( ) in love on that day. A few months later, they * got married. This photo is special to me because I always remember my grandparents when I see it. Also, I think that when something bad ( ), good people meet each other. ( 注 ) slip:すべる shore: 岸 get married: 結 婚 する ( ) ア.taken イ.to take ウ.was taking エ.was taken ( ) ア.saved イ.saving ウ.was saved エ.has saved ( ) ア.stands イ.was standing ウ.standing エ.has stood ( ) ア.brings イ.brought ウ.to bring エ.were bringing ( ) ア.falling イ.felt ウ.fallen エ.fell ( ) ア.happening イ.happen ウ.happens エ.happened 18
20 Ⅳ-B 次 の 文 章 を 読 み 1 3のカッコ 内 の 語 句 を 並 べ 替 え 文 を 完 成 しなさい Maryʼs mother was almost seventy, and 1[ to / a nice birthday present / her mother /Mary / give / wanted]. Her mother liked drinking tea, so Mary decided to buy an * electric machine which made the tea * automatically in the morning. She * wrapped it up in pretty paper and brought it to her mother on her birthday. Then her mother opened the present and put it next to her bed. 2[it / Mary / her / how / showed / use / to]. Before you go to bed, put the tea in the pot and the water in the * kettle, she explained to her mother, and donʼt forget to * turn on the electricity. Then, when you get up in the morning, your tea will be ready. After a few days, Maryʼs mother called and said, I am enjoying using the electric machine, but 3[thing / donʼt / is / I / one / understand / there]. Why do I have to go to bed to make the tea? 注 electric: 電 気 の automatically: 自 動 で wrap: 包 装 する kettle:やかん turn on: 電 源 を 入 れる 19
21 Ⅴ-A あなたは 中 学 年 の 英 語 の 授 業 で 好 きなスポーツ という 題 目 で 文 章 を 作 ること になりました 中 学 年 の 時 に 書 いた 対 話 文 A を 元 に ほぼ 同 様 の 内 容 で B を 作 成 しています カッコ 内 の 語 を 全 て 使 用 して 下 線 部 1 3を 完 成 しなさい ただし 順 序 を 変 えず 必 要 があれば 語 形 は 変 えても 良 い A Mr. Baker: Hiroshi: Mr. Baker: Hiroshi: What are your favorite sports? Mountain climbing and skiing, but I like mountain climbing better. Why? Because skiing is not as exciting as mountain climbing. By climbing mountains, we can get a strong body, and we can get a strong mind, too. Mr. Baker: Hiroshi: I see. Where did you go climbing? In * the Japan Alps. They were very beautiful. Some day, I want to climb * Mt. Everest. 注 the Japan Alps: 日 本 アルプス Mt. Everest:エベレスト 山 B I like mountain climbing the best of all sports. I think that 1 exciting / skiing. Mountain climbing not only makes our body strong 2 make / mind / strong. I will never forget how beautiful the Japan Alps were. 3 dream / climb /Mt. Everest, because it is the highest mountain in the world. 20
22 Ⅴ-B 成 蹊 高 校 にスイスからの 留 学 生 アナイス Anais が 来 ることになりました アナイ スに 成 蹊 高 校 がある 吉 祥 寺 について 教 えてあげようと 思 います 1 3の 内 容 が 伝 わ るメールを 完 成 しなさい 語 数 は 問 いません 1 東 京 駅 から 吉 祥 寺 まで 電 車 で30 分 2 人 気 店 レストランが 多 数 3 自 然 が 豊 か Dear Anais, How are you? It is getting very cold here. Today, I am going to tell you about Kichijoji Well, I like Kichijoji very much. I hope you will like Seikei and Kichijoji. Write back soon. 21
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This cap was 2,800 yen last Sunday. Now, it s 1,980 yen. Three balls were 1,500 yen last Sunday. They are 1,000 yen now. Where were you? A B I was in front of the station. I was at school. Where were you
The Gift of the Magi オー ヘンリーの名作 賢者の贈り物 を読みましょう 1905 年のニューヨーク ジムとデラは貧しいけれど愛し合っている夫婦です お互いに最高のクリスマスプレ ゼントを考えていますが お金が足りません 二人はどうするでしょうか? いっしょ に読み進めましょう あなたがふたりの立場ならどうしますか? The year is 1905. We are on the
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30 The Recovery from Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorders and Hyperkinetic Disorders - through the counsel ing for a Mother-- Hideo Tsujimura Nowadays,the troubles of the children who have ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
My name Amanda, I am 18 years old and I come from Sweden. My family consists of four people; myself, my younger brother and my parents. Japan has always been a country that really fascinates me since its
Eigo Ganbare!! Class ( ) No. ( ) Name ( ) The Pen Pal Exchange Project 2nd year You received your pen pal letter! You are excited. Did you get souvenirs from your pen pal? Now, you re going introduce your
ＡＳＰ英語科目群ＡＬＥ Active Learning in English No 7. What activity do you think is needed in ALE for students to improve student s English ability? active listening a set of important words before every lecture
Drill 1: Giving and Receiving (Part 1) [Due date: ] Directions: Describe each picture using the verb of giving and the verb of receiving. E.g.) (1) (2) (3) (4) 1 (5) (6) Drill 2: Giving and Receiving (Part
LESSON 0 1 2 LESSON 1 2000 Roger Sperry and Robert Ornstein of the California Institute of Technology won a Nobel prize in 1972. They discovered that the human brain has two sides, and each side has different