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Would you prefer to live in the countryside or in the city? In an essay of approximately 200 words, explain which of the tw you would prefer to live in.

 
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(  )内に適切な語を入れなさい。

In 1891, Dr. John WIlson opened a small medical office in Michigan. he did not yet have ( 1 ) as a doctor, but he knew all about two of the newest advances in medicine. in France, Dr. Louis Pasteur had recently discovered that germs, microorganisms too tiny to see with the ( 2 ) eye, caused certain diseases. And in England, Dr. Joseph Lister had introduced a new method of carrying out surgery that was effective in ( 3 ) germs. These were such new ideas that ( 4 ) doctors did not believe in them. But young Dr. Wilson saw the ( 5 ) their ideas, and he practiced Dr. Listrer's method of surgery from the start.

1. a. a lot of experiences b. few experiences c. fully experienced d. much experiences
2. a. awake b. bright c. complex d. naked
3. a. defending b. fighting c. improving d. struggling
4. a. a little b. almost c. none d. some
5. a. worth b worthwhile c. value d. value of

 
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( )内に適切な語を入れなさい。

In the world we live in, our everyday actions depend to a great extent on our ability to read. We are always reading, often without even being ( 1 ) of it. We read traffic signs, recipes, words on a television screen, and billboard advertisements. ( 2 ) by the printed word, many of us often take reading for granted. We come to think of our reading habits and skills as fixed, unchangeable parts of ourselves. But good readers ( 3 ) one thing in common - they have made themselves good readers, often at a late age. One of the most famous books on reading is Mortimer Adler's How to Read a Book. In it he wrote: "I did not discover I could not read ( 4 ) after I had left college." Of course he could read newspapers, magazines, and books. But he discovered he was not a good reader because he was not getting everything possible out of the things he read, ( 5 ) was he reading with speed, pleasure, and satisfaction.

1. a. alarmed b. aware c. known d. understood
2. a. decided b. forced c. included d. surrounded
3. a. commit b. have c. inquire d. prevail
4. a. by b. until c. when d. while
5. a. and b. but c. except d. nor

 
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( )内に適切な語を入れなさい。

Kathy seemed (  ) when I met her in Boston.

a. happily
b. happiness
c. happy
d. a happy

 
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( )内に適切な語を入れなさい。

Please give me a call as soon as you (  ) your office.

a. arrive
b. arrive to
c. reach
d. reach to

 
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