(1)A：Excuse me. could you pass me the salt, please?
B：Certainly. [ ]
ア Here you are.
イ It is here.
ウ There it is.
エ This is it.
(2)A：May I speak to Tom, please?
A：This is Bob Smith.
ア I’m fine. thank you.
イ That’s all right.
ウ Who’s calling. please?
エ Why not?
(3)A：I’m sorry lo have kept you waiting so long.
B：[ ] Now, let’s go to see the movie.
A：OK. I have been looking forward to seeing it.
イ That’s all right.
ウ That’s very kind of you.
エ You’re welcome.
(4)A：Shall we go out for lunch, Mary?
B：That’s a good idea. But just a moment, please. [ ]
A：Of course. Take your time.
ア I want to wash my hands.
イ I feel like eating Chinese food.
ウ We are vegetarians.
エ We need to have a quick lunch.
(5)A：Would you like some help with those suitcases?
A：Sure. I’ll be glad to.
ア I can do it myself.
イ I am wondering which suitcase is the best for me.
ウ How much are these suitcases?
エ Could you put them in the car for me?
(1)A：Could I have some juice?
B：Sure. What kind would you [ ], apple or orange?
(2)A：How about the party last night?
B：I met some of my old friends. We enjoyed [ ] over our high school days.
ウ of talking
エ to talk
(3)A：What happened to Ken?
B：He [ ] in the car accident yesterday.
イ was hurt
ウ was hurting
エ has hurt
(4)A：Kenji and his brother are so alike.
B：Yes, I can’t tell one from [ ].
エ the other
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art opened in 2002. It was designed by Tadao Ando, one of the most famous Japanese architects. It has about 8,000 works of art in its collection, and many of them can be seen in the permanent exhibition rooms.
The museum also has several special exhibitions every year. They are well-known not only in Hyogo but also in other prefectures, so hundreds of thousands of people visit the museum every year. In 2013, the total number of visitors reached 8 million. The top three exhibitions which most people visit are as follows. In 2002, 346,267 people visited the exhibition of van Gogh. In 2009, the Visual Deception painting exhibition attracted 313,566 visitors．From 2009 to 2010,188,293 people visited the exhibition of Kazuo Oga, who is famous for his work on “My Neighbor Totoro”.
The museum has made great efforts for visitors to feel welcome and want to come again. First, it has many events like music concerts, film shows, and so on. Second, elementary and junior high school students can enter the exhibition rooms without paying admission. Seniors (65 and older) pay 255 yen to enter the permanent exhibitions, while adults pay 510 yen. Third, the opening hours are visitor-friendly. It opens at 10：00, and closes at 18：00 (entrance permitted until 17：30), but during special exhibitions it closes at 20：00 (entrance permitted until 19：30). Therefore, many people can enjoy the museum.
ア The exhibition of Tadao Ando.
イ The exhibition of van Gogh.
ウ The exhibition of Visual Deception.
エ The exhibition of Kazuo Oga.
ア 小中学生の観覧料は無料であるが，大人と高齢者は観覧料が 必要である。
イ 小中学生の観覧料は無料であるが，高齢者の観覧料は1人510 円である。
ウ 常設展示の観覧料は大人1人510円であるが，高齢者は無料で ある。
ア The museum opens earlier than usual when they have music concerts.
イ The museum closes at 18：00 during special exhibitions.
ウ Visitors have to enter the exhibition rooms 30 minutes before closing time.
エ Visitors have to leave the museum by 20：00 during permanent exhibitions.