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1
次の1から5までの単語にもっとも意味の近いものを、A ~ Dの中から一つ選びなさい。

1.delay

 

A.accelerate    B.postpone   C.hasten D.hurry

2.smart

 

A.pleasure    B.dull   C.stupid D.sharp

3.peculiar

 

A.usual    B.common   C.odd D.ordinary

4.tight

 

A.loose    B.idle   C.straight D.tense

5.strength

 

A.weakness    B.importance   C.energy D.force

 
2
次の1から5までの単語と反対の意味を表しているものを、A ~ Dの中から一つ選びなさい。

1.hard

 

A.solid    B.difficult   C.soft D.firm

2.permit

 

A.allow    B.refuse   C.tolerate D.agree

3.minute

 

A.small    B.little   C.huge D.precise

4.danger

 

A.hazard    B.safety   C.peril D.risk

5.strict

 

A.rigid    B.severe   C.rigorous D.flexible

 
3
次の1から5までの各語を(  )内の形に直しなさい。

1.free(名詞)

2.marriage(動詞)

3.quick(動詞)

4.good(副詞)

5.phenomenon(複数形)

 
4

次の1から5までの各語に相当する日本語を、A ~ Dの中から一つ選びなさい。

1.lend

 

A.借りる    B.貸す   C.変える D.導く

2.commence

 

A.推薦する    B.委託する   C.注釈する D.始める

3.loose

 

A.失った    B.困った   C.退屈な D.ゆるんだ

4.look after

 

A.めんどうをみる     B.探す   C.気をつける D.見逃す

5.personnel

 

A.個人     B.本人   C.人称 D.人員

 
5
次の1から10までの日本文の意味をもっともよく表しているものを、A ~ Dの中から一つ選びなさい。

1.私は今急いでいます。

 
  A. Hurry up, or we’ll be late now.
B. Make haste right now.
C. I am busy now.
D. I am in a hurry now.

2.彼が来るとは思いません。

 
  A. I don’t think he is not going to come.
B. I don’t think he will come.
C. I’m sure he’s not to come.
D. I don’t know if he comes or not.

3.この手紙をタイプしてもらわなければなりません。

 
  A. I have to have this letter typed.
B. I want you to type this letter.
C. I want this letter to type written.
D. I must type this letter.

4.あなたはずいぶんたくさんの本を持っていますね。

 
  A. You own lots of books, do you?
B. You keep many books, I realized.
C. You have a large library, don’t you?
D. You can read a lot of books, I admire you.

5.もっとも早い船積み時期をお知らせください。

 
  A. Please tell us the fastest date of shipping.
B. Please let us know the earliest possible time of shipment.
C. Please let us know when the ship begins to sail.
D. Please inform us of the most early date of loading.

6.京都は千年以上も日本の首都でした。

 
  A. Kyoto was the capital of Japan more than 1,000 years.
B. Kyoto has been the capital of Japan over 1,000 years.
C. Kyoto had been the Japanese capital city 1,000 more years.
D. Kyoto was a capital city of Japan 1,000 years ago.

7.彼は若いにもかかわらず、責任ある地位にいます。

 
  A. He is a young person, but he is responsible.
B. He is young, and his social status is good.
C. Though he is young, he is in charge of the section.
D. Young as he is, he holds a responsible position.

8.お返事はなるべく明日までにいただきたいです。

 
  A. Please answer me by tomorrow whether it’s okay or not.
B. Could you reply me tomorrow as soon as possible.
C. Please let me know by tomorrow, if you can.
D. Will it be functional with you to have your opinion tomorrow?

9.我が国は、面積に比較して人口が多いです。

 
  A. The number of people in our country is more than the size of area.
B. Our country has a larger population compared to our space.

C. This country is over-populated in proportion to its area.
D. Our population is much larger than our land.

10.日本は世界一の海運国であり、海への依存度が高いです。

 
  A. Japan is the world’s top maritime transport nation and her
     dependence on the sea is very high.
B. Japan enjoys her marine industry productivity worldwidely and
     she highly depends on the sea utility.

C. Japanese marine industry ranked on the top level in the world,
     and ocean is very reliable indeed.
D. Japan’s ship building industry is located at top level in the
     world and she is very dependent on the sea.
 
6
次の会話文の(  )に入れるのにもっとも適当な語を、A ~ Jの中から一つ選び入力しなさい。
A: Hello, is that (1. ) John?

1

B: No, this is Bob. John’s not here at the moment.    
A: What time is he due back?
I want to speak to him tonight if (2. ).

2

B.: At about seven. But he’s (3. ) out again at eight, so you’ll have to ring back before then if you want to catch him.

3

A: But I can’t (4. ) to a phone myself at that time. I guess I’ll have to call him tomorrow (5. ) all.

4

B: Okay, I’ll give him that message for you then.

5

A: Thanks very much. Good-bye.  
B: Good-bye.  
   
A.after     B.free     C.get     D.going     E.he     
F.in     G.leaving     H.possible     I.reach     J.you
 
 
7
次の1から5までの英文の下にあるA~Eまでの単語を入力し並べ替えて、意味のとおる文章にしなさい。

1.Do you know・・・・・・

 

 A.it     B.now     C.time     D.is     E.what

 
 

2.She is・・・・・・

 

  A.my     B.a     C.friend     D.of     E.sister

 
 

3.This is too・・・・・・

 

  A.to     B.lose     C.chance     D.good     E.a

 
 

4.I enjoyed・・・・・・

 

 A.playing     B.game     C.tennis     D.of     E.a

 
 

5.You had・・・・・・

 

 A.better     B.there     C.go     D.not     E.again

 
 
 
8
次の1から10までの英文に続けるのにもっとも適当なものを、A ~ Dの中から一つ選びなさい。

1.John is hungry, and

 
  A. so am I.
B. so I am.
C. so I do.
D. so do I.

2.I asked him

 
  A. he wrote his
B. to write his name very carefully.
C. that he writes his name very carefully.
D. writing his name very carefully.

3.Please lock the door

 
  A. when you will have left.
B. when you will leave.
C. when you leave.
D. when you left.

4. The driver wanted

 
  A. smoking to stop.
B. to stop smoke.
C. stopping to smoke.
D. to stop to smoke.

5.Three years

 
  A. passed since my father had died.
B. have passed since my father died.
C. pass since my father had died.
D. has been passing since my father died.

6.They didn’t know

 
  A. what in America was his zip code.
B. was in America his zip code.
C. what his zip code in America was.
D. where was his zip code in America.

7.Both furniture and business equipment

 
  A. is permitted to be imported from the U.S.A.
B. are permitted to be imported from the U.S.A.
C. have permitted to be imported from the U.S.A.
D. can permit to be imported from the U.S.A

8.Her hands were

 
  A. so cold that she could not type.
B. so cold as she could not type.
C. too cold for she could not type.
D. very cold that she could not type.

9.I

 
  A. should telephone you last night, but I was too busy.
B. should have called you last night, but I was too busy.
C. have rung you last night, but I was too busy.
D. might telephone you last night, but I was too busy.

10.If I

 
  A. knew his address, I would have written to him.
B. had known his address, I would have written to him.
C. know his address, I would have written to him.
D. had known his address, I would write to him.
 
9
次の文を読んで、1から5までの質問に対するもっとも適当な答えを、A~Dの中から一つ選びなさい。
Dear John,


This is just a short letter, firstly, to thank you for the trouble you took in arranging our trip to the Dandenong Ranges. Everybody enjoyed themselves and we were lucky to have such very good weather. Jean and Mary were both very glad to meet you and are hoping to have another chance to do so again in the near future.


Secondly, we would like to invite you to join us for a visit to the Cranbourne rain forest, and afterwards to the Healesville Sanctuary. Jack Williams, (whose wife Ann you met last month), will be joining our club for this trip. Karen, Joyce, Frank and Bill are also expected to come.


As you know, the rain forest is full of all kinds of plant and animal life still living in a balance that has been unchanged for hundreds of years, and the animals at Healesville are also maintained in as close to their natural conditions as possible. We expect it will be a very educational day.


If you are able to come, please telephone Helen. We are all hoping you will be able to attend.

Regards (and thanks again),

Henry Frontman
President
 

1.Who arranged the last trip?

 
  A. Helen
B. John
C. Henry Frontman.
D. Jean and Mary

2.What do Mary and Jean want to do?

 
  A. Thank John for his trouble.
B. Join the club.
C. See John again.
D. Go to the Healesville Sanctuary.

3. Does John know Jack?

 
  A. Yes, Jack regularly goes out with the club.
B. No, but John knows Jack’s wife.
C. Yes, John met Jack on the Dandenong Ranges trip.
D. No, although John knows Ann Williams’ husband.

4.The Cranbourne rain forest

 
  A. is the same as it was a long time ago.
B. is balanced over plant and animal life.
C. is a place where rain falls for hundreds of years at a time.
D. is now made into a natural condition.

5.Henry is writing for

 
  A. John
B. the Healesville Sanctuary
C. a company
D. the club
 
10
次の文を読んで、1から5までの質問に対するもっとも適当な答えを、A~Dの中から一つ選びなさい。
Many Australian animals, though of completely different origin, have over the millions of years come to resemble animals which follow a similar way of life in other parts of the world. This tendency for animals of different origins to become similar is known as “convergent evolution.”


We have in Australia the Tasmanian tigers with much the same appearance as the unrelated wolf of Asia and North America. Each has grown independently into the wolf-like shape because it is apparently the best mammal pattern for this particular way of life.


Also, we have tree-climbing, flesh-eating animals, which we call native-cats because we see in them a considerable resemblance to the cats of other continents. These animals are not related to cats. They and the true cats have developed a similar shape because this is the best form for an animal to take that climbs trees at night in search of other animals.
 

1.Did the Australian animals described always look like animal
  in other parts of the world?

 
  A. Yes, most did, but not anymore.
B. Yes, most still do.
C. No, but they do now.
D. No, and they still don’t

2.What is “convergent evolution”?

 
  A. the tendency of all animals to look like animals.
B. the fact of unrelated animals coming to have common features.
C. the habit of animals to have similar characters.
D. the origin of animals being similar.

3. The Tasmanian tiger

 
  A. has become more related to the wolf than before.
B. originated in Asia and North America.
C. looks like a wolf although it has completely different habits.
D. is almost ideally adapted to its environment.

4.Native-cats

 
  A. have a diet of fresh leaves.
B. came from other continents and climb trees.
C. eat other animals but are not true cats.
D. are animals that will not eat old meat.

5.Concerning the Asian wolf and the Tasmanian tiger,

 
  A. both are mammals.
B. neither are mammals.
C. only the wolf is a mammal.
D. only the Tasmanian tiger is a mammal.
 

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