Reading Lesson3-4 期末プレ問題（中央高）Ⅰ３題の共通したストーリーの英文があります。各英文を読み問いに答えなさい。 World War Ⅱ ended on August 15, 1945. On that night, the city lights wereturned on again. Tezuka Osamu looked at them. ①At that time he was sixteenyears old. During the war, there was terrible boming. ②He faced death again andagain. “I’m alive!” he thought. Years later, he became a medical student. One day he met a ③patient. Thepatient was dying. His face was often twisted with pain. 接属詞 at the pointof death, the look of pain ④went away. His face even looked peaceful. ⑤Thenan idea came to Tezuka. ⑥“Death isn’t the of life. It’s a part of life”. Tezuka was moved by all of this. Later, in his works, Tezuka always tried toexpress the ⑦dignity of life.問１ に適切な接続詞を入れなさい。問２ ①At the time はいつを指すか。英語で抜き出しなさい。問３ ②、⑤日本語訳しなさい。②⑤問４ ⑥は「死は人生の対極側にあるのではない。人生の一部だ。」という意味であるが、空所に適当な英単語を書きなさい。問５ ③、④、⑦の単語・熟語の意味を書きなさい。③ ④ ⑦ Tezuka did not become a manga artist so easily. He started [①draw] manga fora newspaper when he was a medical student. ②彼はいつもどちらの道に進むべきか知りたかった. “Should I become a doctor or a manga artist”? The year before he graduated, he interviewed a patient. The patient had verylarge ears. They always moved while he was speaking. ③Tezuka thought that itwas very funny. He forgot to write his medical report and [④draw] a sketch.When a senior doctor looked at the sketch, he said, “Are you really going to be a
doctor? You are a born manga artist”In the end, after he got his doctor’ license, . she decided to become an artist.問６ ①、④の語を適切な形に変えなさい。① ④問７ 下線部②の日本語訳に合うように[ ]内の語を並び変えなさい。 [should, wondering, go, he, way, he, always, which, was]問８ 下線部③の文を it の内容に注意して日本語訳しなさい。 ①Tezuka was always drawing manga. In the car, in the train, even in theairplane he drew manga. He even kept his pencil and notepad by his pillow. At the end of his life, Tezuka got cancer. He was in and out of the hospital. Buteven ②so, he did not stop (③think ) about manga. Even when he had to lie downto get more rest, he ④carried on drawing manga. After the middle of January, 1989, he became very weak. He was ⑤consciousonly sometimes. “I want to draw!” he said from his bed one day. About a monthlater, his 60 years of life ended. For Tezuka, ⑥drawing manga meant being alive. After he died, his wife readhis diary. She looked at the last page, January 15. There was a plan for a newbook of manga.問９ 下線部①、⑥を日本語訳しなさい。①⑥問１０ ②so の指す内容を英文中から英語でそのまま抜き出しなさい。問１１ ③の動詞を適当な形に変えなさい。問１２ ④、⑤の単語の意味を書きなさい。④ ⑤
Ⅱ３題の共通したストーリーの英文があります。各英文を読み問いに答えなさい。 This dog is Oso. Oso means “bear” in Spanish, but he lives in the USA. He is alarge, black, terrier mix. Oso loves to take a bath because he knows somethinggood happens after it. He puts on visor or neckerchief, and visit a nursing home. When Oso goes into the room, he sees a group of people. An old lady calls him.He goes to her. He puts his head on her lap. She ①pets him and talks to him. Shesays, ”I enjoy (②meet ) Oso so much. ③私は彼に長くいてほしい。④私は彼にもっと来てほしい.” Some old people feel ⑤frustrated when they are not understood by otherpeople. However, they do not have ⑥this problem with Oso. Oso can understandtheir feelings without words. Once he was a ⑦stray dog, but now he is helpingpeople.問１ 下線部①、⑤、⑦の英単語の意味を答えなさい。① ⑤ ⑦問２ ②の動詞を適切な形に直しなさい。②問３ ③、④の日本文を英訳（英語で書き変え）しなさい。③ longer.④ more often.問４ This problem とは何か。日本語で説明しなさい。 ①Not only dogs but also cats and rabbits visit nursing homes. ②( )( )these visiting pets, life becomes more ③cheerful. ④Residents often feel ⑤bored, stressed, and weak. ⑥Spending time with theanimals gives them pleasure. ⑦Petting them reduces their stress. It also exercisestheir hands and arms. Residents do not feel lonely when they are with the animals. They often talk tothem to share their thoughts, feelings, and memories. The animals listen in theirown way.
When people enter a nursing home, they often have to leave their family orclose friends. However visiting pets become new friends. Age or physical abilitydoes not ⑧matter to them. They accept people ⑨as they are. ⑩Moreover, a lotof people can share one animal visit. Even two strangers can talk about a pettogether and become friends.問５ ③、④、⑤、⑧、⑨、⑩の英単語の意味を答えなさい。③ ④ ⑤ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩問６ 下線部②には「～のおかげで」というイディオムが入る。その熟語を記せ。②( )( )問７ 下線部①、⑥、⑦を和訳せよ。①⑥⑦ Other animals can help people, too. For example, experts say that dolphins helppeople with mental problems. ①They call it “dolphin therapy.” Dolphins showcare toward sick people and give them ②confidence. We also know that ③riding a horse is good for injured or disabled people.Horses walk rhythmically. This is good for bad legs. And, when you are riding ahorse, you must sit up straight. This ④improves your balance. ⑤ . However, animals⑥make a big difference. Maybe your own pet can help other people, too.問８ ②、④、⑥の英単語の意味を答えなさい。② ④ ⑥問９ 下線部①を和訳しなさい。ただし it の内容も明示すること。問１０ 下線部③を和訳しなさい。問１１ 下線部⑤「我々はいまだにどれほどのことが動物療法によってなしえることが可能なのか、わかっていない」という意味の英文にしたい。下記の言葉を並び変え、適切な文にせよ。[do, therapy, We, much, know, do, we, not, yet, how, can, with, animal]点数配分表―1-2（２）3(6)4(2)5(6)6-7(4)8(3)9(6)10(3)11(2)12(4)1(6)2(2)3(6)4(3)5(12)6(2)7(9)8(6)9(3)10(3)11(4)