(1)A：How long will it [ ] to fly from Kobe to Tokyo?
B：About seventy minutes.
(2)A：I don’t like driving a car in cities.
B：[ ] do I. It is more convenient to take buses.
(3)A：Do you know Ichiro Suzuki who is a major leaguer?
B：Yes, he is great. His batting skills are [ ] to none.
(1)A：Tom, have you seen Mike?
A：I have to tell him to clean his room.
ア No, you haven’t.
イ Yes, he is in the kitchen now.
ウ No, I will see you tomorrow.
エ Yes, he does.
(2)A：Is it possible to pick me up at the airport when I arrive in Japan?
B：Yes. Please call me when you arrive at the airport.
ア You are wanted on the phone.
イ Hang up and try again, please.
ウ Call me to pick you up.
エ I’m looking forward to seeing you.
(3)A：Would you like to join us for dinner if you are free tonight?
A：Shall we meet at the Italian restaurant near the station at seven?
ア Thanks. I have already had dinner.
イ Sorry. I have a stomachache now.
ウ Sure. That sounds great.
エ I would like to, but I have another appointment.
(4)A：How is the weather in Himeji in winter?
B：It doesn’t usually snow, but [ ]
A：Oh, really? You must have had some trouble.
ア it has snowed less than in previous years.
イ I will get much snow this year.
ウ we had more snow last year than usual.
エ I am rarely caught in snow.
問3 次の英文は，兵庫県の県鳥でもあるコウノトリ（Oriental White Stork)について，県内の学校に勤務している外国語指導助手(ALT)が行ったスピーチです。これを読んであとの問いに答えなさい。
The Oriental White Stork is the prefectural bird of Hyogo.I didn’t know about the bird when I came to Toyooka as an ALT. What surprises me here is how interested people are in making a place where Oriental White Storks and humans can live together.At one time, Oriental White Storks ①( many / found / could / in / places / be) in Japan.However, their numbers began to fall because humans had destroyed their environment, so the government of Hyogo and local communities started conservation activities in 1955.
Today, under the Stork Reintroduction Project, various efforts are being made.Promoting education programs is one of them.My students sometimes visit rice fields and rivers to research wildlife and release fish there for storks.②These experiences can give them chances to learn the importance of nature and think about life.This spring, a pair of storks made their nest on a school ground in Toyooka because of their efforts.I hope that Hyogo prefecture can be an ideal place for both storks and humans.
ア 3番目 found 5番目 many
イ 3番目 be 5番目 places
ウ 3番目 could 5番目 found
エ 3番目 in 5番目 be
ア The ALT knew a lot about storks before coming to Japan.
イ The ALT is surprised people in Toyooka are interested in caring for storks.
ウ The ALT was told the government of Hyogo is not doing anything to help storks.
エ The ALT doesn’t think that humans can live with storks.