(1)A：What a nice T-shirt! Can I [ ] this on?
B：Sure. The fitting room is over there.
(2)A：Could you look [ ] my cat when I’m away on vacation?
B：OK. I’ll feed it every day for you.
(3) A：Do you have a [ ] why you were absent from school?
B：I had a fever yesterday.
(1)A：Would you do me a favor?
A：I would like you to repair my computer.
ア Certainly, it’s my favorite.
イ Yes, something is wrong with my computer.
ウ OK, how kind you are!
エ Sure, what can I do for you?
(2)A：Good morning. I’d like to see Mr. Suzuki, please. My name is Yamada.
B：He is out of his office now.[ ]
A：No, I don’t. I just dropped in at the office on my way home.
ア Do you want me to tell you his name?
イ Do you have an appointment?
ウ Do you feel like going home?
エ Do you agree to his plan?
(3)A：I walk to work every day. I need more exercise for my health.
B：But you live far away from here.[ ]
A：Not so much.
ア You should come to work by train.
イ You need to live near here.
ウ You must be tired.
エ You have to go on foot.
(4)A：I am going to climb Mt. Rokko this weekend. Why don’t you come with me?
A：Really? That’s terrible. I have to change my plans.
ア The temperature is expected to be milder.
イ Climbing the mountain would be fun in this season.
ウ It has been fine in that area since last week.
エ The weather forecast says a storm is coming.
When I came to Perth three months ago, I was very surprised to learn many Western Australian students had a lot of interest in Japan, and studied Japanese language and culture at school.I saw many students in Hyogo Prefecture who visited schools in Western Australia to study English and Australian culture as well.This year, Hyogo Prefecture celebrates the 30th anniversary of its Sister State Relationship with Western Australia.I think it is good that people in Hyogo Prefecture and Western Australia have deepened their bond of friendship through international exchanges.In March, I heard the Great East Japan Earthquake happened.Some of my Western Australian students asked me ①(help / they / how / the area / could).
They decided to start a fund-raising campaign.They made popular Japanese food and sold it themselves at school.They sent the money to the area affected by the earthquake and tsunami.I was very glad that ②the Australian students took action for Japan.Through grassroots exchange like this, I hope to build a better world and promote international cooperation in the future.
ア 3番目 could 5番目 the area
イ 3番目 help 5番目 they
ウ 3番目 how 5番目 help
エ 3番目 the area 5番目 how
イ 西オーストラリア州の生徒が兵庫県との姉妹提携30周年を祝つ たこと
ア There are few students who study Japanese language in Western Australia.
イ It has been thirty years since this teacher came to Perth.
ウ Hyogo Prefecture and Western Australia have promoted friendly relations.
エ Nobody thinks that grassroots exchange is important among students.