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次の文章を読んで、続く設問の解答を5つの選択肢の中から1つ選びなさい。

The white-haired old man was sitting in his favorite chair, holding a thick book and rubbing his tired eyes. When his nineteen-year-old granddaughter, Valerie, came into the room, he looked up and smiled. His eyes instantly brightened with happiness to see her.
"Hi, Grandpa. What are you reading?” she asked, pulling up a chair beside him.
“Oh, it's a book on the architecture of Spain. But I'm not really reading. Mostly I am just falling asleep over the pictures," he said, laughing. “Are you finished packing your bags yet?“ he asked. The following morning Valerie and two of her friends were flying to Europe for a two-week holiday.
“Almost. I need to travel light, you see, so I can buy lots of new dresses and shoes in Paris and Barcelona." They both laughed because Valerie was not actually interested in fashion at all. She loved foreign languages, music, art, good food, and many other things —but not shopping for clothes.
“Have the three of you finally decided what you want to do on your trip?"
Valerie thought for a moment and then replied, “Well. Naomi really wants to see the Eiffel Tower and we all want lo visit the Louvre Museum. Mika and l want to see the wonderful buildings in Barcelona, too. But, basically, we still don't have much of a plan. Do you have any suggestions? You've been to Europe so many times."
Valerie's grandfather paused, and then replied slowly, “You know, sometimes it may be best not to have a detailed plan. I remember when your grandmother and I first went to Barcelona. We went to museums or concerts every day. We saw bullfights and soccer matches. We ate wonderful food and met many interesting people. But one of my greatest memories from that trip was completely unexpected." Grandpa paused again, and then said, “We had come especially to see the famous works of art, but one day just for a change
we went to the zoo. And there I met someone who had a great effect on me."
“His name was Snowflake," he continued, "and he was a gorilla, a very special albino gorilla, with white fur and pink skin. When only three years old, Snowflake was captured in the forests of Africa and then brought to the zoo. Because of his rare color he had become quite famous. Many people lined up to see him behind a glass wall in the exhibit hall.”
“In fact," Grandpa said, "I did not think he was real when I first saw him. When I moved closer. though, he turned slowly toward me and calmly looked directly into my eyes. For the first time ever, I felt intelligence and awareness in the eyes of another species. It made an impression on me that I will never forget."
“So, what did you do?” ‘Valerie asked.
“Actually, Snowflake was the one who did something. As we gazed into each other's eyes, the 140-kilogram gorilla suddenly slapped his hand flat against the glass wall, making a loud, forceful sound that made all the people in the room cry out in surprise Snowflake seemed rather pleased with our reaction, turning away casually and snacking on some leaves.“
"So, he surprised you. He had a sense of humor, it seems,” Valerie said. “But isn't it sad for such a wonderful animal to live in a cage?"
“Yes, maybe," Grandpa replied. “But in the wild so many gorillas are killed by hunters or disease that it is difficult to say which way of life is better. And Snowflake did live a long life for a gorilla, about forty years, which is equivalent to eighty years for a human."
“So. he's dead now?" Valerie asked.
“Yes, he died of skin cancer in 2003. He had very pale skin, of course, so sunlight was very dangerous for him. It was a painful end, but I believe he had some happy memories. too. You know. he had three males. several 'children,' and 22 ‘grandchildren.’ so that must have been nice.“
Grandpa smiled at Valerie and said. “Anyway, maybe it's best not to plan
everything. All kinds of wonderful. unexpected encounters may be waiting for
you on your trip.
"A week or so later, Grandpa heard from Valerie and her friends. They were having a wonderful time, enjoying many new activities. They even made an unscheduled trip to the Barcelona Zoo, where they saw one of Snowflake's grandchildren. This baby gorilla didn't have white fur. but he did have bright, intelligent eyes which Valerie said she would never forget.

(出典:2007年度センター試験)

(1)
How old is a white old man's granddaughter?

[A] 17 years old
[B] 18 years old
[C] 19 years old
[D] 20 years old
[E] 21 years old

(2)
What book did the white old man have in the hand?

[A] A book on the architecture of Spain
[B] A book of a white gorilla
[C] A granddaughter's album
[D] Conpendium of Laws
[E] A grandmother's letter

(3)
When a gorilla died, how many grandchildren of the gorilla seen when the grandfather was young were there?

[A] 3
[B] 10
[C] 19
[D] 22
[E] 25

(4)
How old are 40 years old of a gorilla, if it says by man?

[A] 19 years old
[B] 40 years old
[C] 50 years old
[D] 60 years old
[E] 80 years old





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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 設問形式の問題

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次の文章を読んで、続く設問の解答を5つの選択肢の中から1つ選びなさい。

When people communicate, they usually assume shared values. But in fact, there are often notable differences in the values recognized by particular groups of people. For example, while many people within the European Union (EU) agree on several common values, there are differences among their countries.
A 2007 European Commission report identified clear examples of these similarities and differences. People from various countries were asked to choose which values they consider important in their society. A majority of the respondents in the EU considered peace important for them (61%). This was followed by respect for the environment, which was selected by exactly half of the respondents.
However, when the results were compared by country, a different picture emerged. Although overall, social equality, freedom of opinion, and tolerance were equally valued, differences were noted among countries. For example, freedom of opinion was selected by 37 percent of all respondents, but more highly valued in the UK (55%) and the Netherlands (52%) than elsewhere. The greatest variation was found in the results for how people regard tolerance, which was selected by 60 percent in the Netherlands but by only 11 percent in Greece.
Such differences in values can cause misunderstandings in communication between people with different backgrounds. To put it another way, to improve communication, it is important to recognize differences in values. Therefore,
to become effective communicators, people should reflect objectively on their
own values.

(出典:2011年度センター試験 改)

(1)
Choose the country which evaluated freedom of speech highly.

[A] Greece
[B] Netherlands
[C] Switzerland
[D] France
[E] Germany

(2)
Is it necessary the difference in what to recognize in order to raise understanding of an intention?

[A] Race
[B] Principle
[C] Social status
[D] Peerage
[E] Sense of values

(3)
Do I think that what is important for itself as for the large majority of the respondent of EU?

[A] Freedom of speech
[B] peace
[C] Tolerance
[D] Social equality
[E] Social status

(4)
How should its own sense of values be boiled and examined in order to become a human being who can do understanding of an intention effectively?

[A] Self is seen objective.
[B] Self is seen subjectively.
[C] The necessity does not exist.
[D] The body is left to others.
[E] It plays for the time being.






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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 設問形式の問題

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次の文章を読んで、続く設問の解答を5つの選択肢の中から1つ選びなさい。

Anna telephones her friend, Chizuko, to ask her for help.

Anna: Hi, Chizuko. This is Anna.
Chizuko: Hi. Tomorrow is the day you and your friends are coming to Hakata, right?
Anna: Yes, but I have a little problem.
Chizuko: What's wrong?
Anna: Well, Moon Suk is coming as planned. But Jin Ah waited until the last minute to buy her ticket. So, when she tried to get a ticket to Shimonoseki, the ship was fully booked.
Chizuko: Oh. no. . .
Anna: Luckily, she was able to get a ticket to Hakala. The problem is, they'll arrive at about the same time.
Chizuko: So, you want me to pick up Jin Ah?
Anna: Can you do that?
Chizuko: Sure, I'll be happy to meet her.
Anna: Great! Then, meet Moon Suk in Shimonoseki and we'll drive to Hakata to join you.
Chizuko: What time will Jin Ah arrive?
Anna: At 8 am, on the Cosmos Line ferry.
Chizuko: At 8 am. No problem. How will we recognize each other?
Anna: Jln Ah will call me from Pusan this evening, so at that time I can let her know that you'll be meeting her and I'll tell her what you look like. What do you plan to wear tomorrow?
Chizuko: Hmmm . . . you know my flowered pants?
Anna: The ones with roses?
Chizuko: No, the ones with sunflowers.
Anna: They're really loose, right?
Chizuko: No. Tight.
Anna: Oh, yeah. You wore them last month when we went shopping in Tenjin. Chizuko: Right. I'll wear those. I'll also have on a straw hat with a wide brim.
Anna: Does it have any decoration on it?
Chizuko: Yes. It has a plain ribbon tied around it. Also. l’ll be carrying a magazine.
Anna: Great! She can't miss you. Thanks a million. Shall we all meet at the Sakura Hotel tomorrow around 11 am.? The four of us can have lunch together.
Chizuko: Sounds good. Drive safely.
Anna: I will. See you soon!

(出典:2007年度センター試験)

(1)
Who is it that Chizuko goes to greet tomorrow?

[A] Anna
[B] Chizuko
[C] Moon Suk
[D] Jin Ah
[E] no one

(2)
Where does jin carry out a telephone to Anne from this evening?

[A] Hakata
[B] Tenjin
[C] Shimonoseki
[D] Pusan
[E] Cosmos

(3)
Decoration what is attached to the hat of Chizuko?

[A] sunflowers
[B] roses
[C] loose
[D] tight
[E] a plain ribbon






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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 設問形式の問題

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次の文章を読んで、続く設問の解答を5つの選択肢の中から1つ選びなさい。

The topic for this week's “Speak Out" column is whether there should be a mandatory dress code in our school. The first opinion selected was sent in by Monica Molina, a tenth grader. She writes:

There needs to be some limitation to what students can wear to school. Without a dress code students could wear clothing that is offensive, inappropriate, distracting, or threatening. Clothing with offensive slogans and pictures that promote drugs. alcohol and smoking should not be allowed. Pictures and slogans which are offensive to race and gender should not be allowed, either. Clothing with distracting pictures or writing could take students' attention away from studying, which is why students are here. Clothing with messages, writing or pictures that are threatening to students or teachers shouldn't be worn. Being in a school with no dress code would be very bad. A dress code should be made, taking into consideration everyone who studies and works in the school.Dress rules should protect everyone in school from being offended.Our next opinion was submitted by Kishan Santha, an eleventh grader, who says:

Students should be free to choose what they want to wear to school. Granted, there are some shirts that have offensive writing on them but the majority of messages are not offensive. Most messages do not negatively affect our learning and attention in class. If we have a dress code at all, it should state that students cannot wear clothes with insulting words on them. But, that is it. I'm sure that whether there is a dress code or not, my friends will wear what they know is fine and appropriate in school. Teachers should trust us to be able to determine whether or not the clothes we decide to wear are appropriate. In most cases, students can determine what clothing is acceptable to wear to school.The third opinion selected was written by Kim Higgins, a twelfth grader.She says:

I believe that students can express themselves with their clothing. However, there should be some kind of dress code at school. It should not be a strict code, but a realistic one that everyone can follow. A rule that I find reasonable is that a or blouse should not be so short that part of the person's body can be seen. It particularly bothers some people when they can see someone else's bare stomach. Also, we should not have to see other people's underwear. This offends some people and can be considered insulting. If we don't have school dress rules, with today's fashion, things could get out of control.Some guidance is needed to help students dress with moderation. We would like to thank Monica, Kishan and Kim for submitting their opinions to ‘Speak Out." They have given us a number of important points that we must consider seriously before everyone voles on this policy.

(出典:2008年度センター試験)

(1)
Whose that is the opinion chosen as the second?

[A] Monica Molina
[B] Kim Higgins
[C] Kishan Santha
[D] teacher
[E] nothing

(2)
Who claimed that there could be any dress code?

[A] Monica Molina
[B] Kim Higgins
[C] Kishan Santha
[D] teacher
[E] nothing

(3)
Who is it that believes that the student can carry out self-actualization in a dress?

[A] Monica Molina
[B] Kim Higgins
[C] Kishan Santha
[D] teacher
[E] nothing






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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 論理性を問う問題

問題

Read the text and choose the best description for each of the questions that follow.

本文

It has been said that nine out of ten people like chocolate and the tenth
one is lying, but did you ever think about who gets the money you pay for your favorite chocolate? In fact, the farmer who grows the cocoa beans and the farmer whose cows give the milk get very little of the money you pay. Most of it goes to the companies which transport the raw materials, turn them into chocolate, then package, advertise and distribute it to stores. As a result, the cocoa and milk producers often live in very poor conditions. One small town in England is trying to change this silualion.
Garstang, near Lancaster in England, is a town which encourages stores to sell “Fairtrade" goods; in fact, it calls itself “The World's First Fairtrade Town." If you buy goods with the “Fairtrade" label, you can be sure that a reasonable part of the money you pay will go to the farmer who grows the raw materials from which your goods are made. For example, money paid for chocolate goes to cocoa farmers in Africa. People in Garstang became interested in “Fairtrade" when they began to look for a way to help these farmers. The farmers complained that big chocolate companies were interested only in buying cocoa beans inexpensively, and not in whether the farmers had enough money to live. One group in Garstang decided to buy cocoa directly from the farmers and make it into chocolate, making sure the farmers could keep as much of the profit as possible.
The chocolate sold in stores in Garstang with a special “Fairtrade" logo on it was more expensive than ordinary chocolate, but 82% of local people said they wore willing to pay extra if they knew the money was being used to help people in a poor country. Gradually, other goods came to be traded in this way.
The next thing that happened was that local dairy farmers demonstrated in the center of Garstang. They wanted to become involved in the "Fairtrade" movement. They pointed out that, like the cocoa farmers in Africa, they also felt disadvantaged by an unfair trading system. They wanted more money for the milk their cows produced. As a result. Garstang has become a center not only for fair trade with poorer countries, but also for promoting locally produced goods.

(出典:2009年度センター試験)

(1)
The World's First Fairtrade Town is Garstang.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(2)
The farmer who grows the cocoa beans is poor.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(3)
Garstang is a name of the town in France.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.







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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 論理性を問う問題

問題

Read the text and choose the best description for each of the questions that follow.

本文

Taipei has many things to be proud of, but perhaps the most impressive is the L-shaped Taipei 101 Mall. At 508 meters. it is one of the world's tallest buildings. Taipei may not be widely known for its modern architecture, but it does have this towering building. The building has become a symbol of Taipei's progress, identity and vision.
Let's start in the basement and work our way up. There we can see the Grand Market, Asia’s largest food court. We then move up to the first floor where a busy shopping mall begins. On the second and third floors we find a variety of designer shops. while the fourth floor, called City Square. offers coffee shops with tables in a central plaza. On the fifth floor, we can buy tickets for the elevators to the observation deck. They are the world's fastest, and in no time at all we are at the top of the building Hall a kilometer below, the scene glows orang&pink with city lights. Even after the sun sets, we can still make out the outline of Taipei's surrounding mountains. blacker than the evening sky.
Taipei 101 represents the progress of Taipei and its identity. By visiting this building, one can sense the attractiveness of this modern city. Of course. many other aspects of Taipei's culture are appealing. too. However. the citizens of this city can be proud to have this impressive building.

(出典:2007年度センター試験)

(1)
Taipei 101 Mall is one of the world's tallest buildings.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(2)
Taipei 101 Mall's elevators are the world's fastest.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(3)
A famous place is not located in Taipei except the Taipei 101 mall.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.






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試験対策 > 玉手箱 - 英語 > 論理性を問う問題

問題

Read the text and choose the best description for each of the questions that follow.

本文

What do you like to drink when you get thirsty? Since 1987. the popularity of different types of packaged soft drinks in Japan has changed considerably. During the late 80s. carbonated drinks of all sorts (such as sodas and colas) were the leaders in popularity. with fruit juices a close second and coffee-based drinks a bit further back in the competition. By 2004, however, those drinks had lost their lead to the newest entry into this market: tea-based drinks of all types. Tea drinks‘ which include green teas, took the lead over both carbonated drinks and coffeebased drinks The total production of tea-based drinks was nearly double that of the nearest competitors: carbonated drinks and coffee drinks. Fruit juices had fallen to fourth in popularity with a drop in production of nearly one fourth since their highest levels in the late 80s. Fifth place was held by sports drinks. which in 1987 were in fourth place ahead of tea drinks. At about the same time that green tea became a packaged product. vegetable juices also began to appear on the market. They have had a very
small but relatively consistent place in the market since then.
One of the reasons for the popularity of tea-based drinks might be that many people like to have a non-sweetened green tea drink with the rice balls that they buy at convenience stores. Many other types of packaged soft drinks contain some amount of sugar which doesn't really fit people's taste when eating rice.

(出典:2007年度センター試験)

(1)
Tea-based drinks were unpopular during the late 80s.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(2)
Vegetable juices have begun to appear on the market since about 2004.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.

(3)
One of the reasons for the popularity of tea-based drinks might be that many people like to have a non-sweetened green tea drink with the rice balls.

[A] The statement is patently TRUE or follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[B] The statement is patently UNTRUE or the opposite follows logically, given the information or opinions contained in the passage.
[C] You CANNOT SAY whether the statement is true or untrue, or follows logically, without further information.







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