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英語 高校生

全問答え教えて欲しいです😭😭こたえないです 関係詞の問題です

2 3 Fill in the blanks. Use which / when / where / why/how. 1 これは両親が新婚旅行で泊まったホテルだ。 This is the hotel ( where (2) うるう年は2月が29日ある年だ。 A leap year is a year ( when (3) うるう年は4年に1度しかやってこない年だ。 A leap year is a year ( 4) グレッグがテニス部をやめた理由は明らかではない。 The reason ( why ) Greg quit the tennis team is not clear. 5) 私はよく英語の歌を聴く。 そうやって、 私は英語を勉強している。 I often listen to English songs. That's ( ) my parents stayed on their honeymoon. ) February has 29 days. ) only comes around once every four years. 2 Complete each sentence. Use when / where / why. 1) Last Saturday was 2) Jill lied* to me. That's 3) How far is the hotel from 4) I was in Rome until last Sunday, ) I study English. I moved into a new apartment. I'm angry at her. we are now? Give It a Try Write about yourself. 1) I remember the day 2) I want to know the reason I left for Paris. )( ) ( 3) 私の父が勤めている銀行は私の学校の近くにある。 Put the Japanese sentences into English. 1) 私は教科書を何度も読んだ。 このようにして, その試験に合格した。 I read the textbook many times. ( ) ( 2) 私が卵を食べない理由はアレルギーがあるからだ。 3 Put the words in the correct order. Use when / where / why / how. Could you wait until next week, (so busy, won't, I, be)? → when I won't be so busy 1) (we/ the beach/played) was very beautiful. 2) Last night I had a bad dream. (I, that's, didn't, sleep) well. Last night I had a bad dream. 3) I still remember July of 2014, (I, a week, spent) in Okinawa on my school trip. I still remember July of 2014, in Okinawa on my school trip. 4) We met at the summer camp three years ago. (became, we, friends, that's). We met at the summer camp three years ago. )( )( (4) 私は,兄が暮らしているロンドンに行きたいと思っている。 I want to go to London, ( )( (▶4-1) ) my father ( (▶4-2,3) ) ( lie 「うそをつく」 was very beautiful. )( ) I passed the exam. (「~にアレルギーがある」 allergic to ~) ) I don't eat eggs is that I'm allergic to them. )( well. ) is near my school.

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英語 高校生

英語 高3 先生のメモ付きで見ずらくてすみません💦 ・公共のガス灯は1800〜1807年間まで無かった ・鳴鳥や海鳥は落ちるまで旋回する ・毎年何十万もの(産まれたばかりの) ウミガメが海で迷子になる ・闇は仕事上は必要ないけど生活に 置いては光と同様に必... 続きを読む

Lesson 12 Light Pollution Class Name (1) If humans were truly at home under the light of the moon and stars, we would live in くつろぐ darkness happily. The midnight world would be as visible to us as it is to the vast number of No. nocturnal species on this planet. Instead, we are diurnal creatures, with eyes adapted to living in the sun's light. This is a basic evolutionary fact, even though most of us don't think of ourselves as diurnal beings any more than we think of ourselves as mammals. Yet it's the only way to explain what we've done to the night; we've engineered it by filling it with light so that we can へように be active at night. (2) This kind of engineering is similar to damming a river. Its benefits come with consequences に伴って起こる 結果 - called light pollution - the effects of which scientists are only now beginning to study. Light pollution is largely the result of bad lighting design, which allows artificial light to shine outward 人工的な and upward into the sky instead of focusing it downward. Badly designed lighting washes out the darkness of night and greatly alters the light levels and light rhythms, to which many forms of life, including humans, have adapted Wherever human light shines out into the natural world, some aspect of life, whether it is migration, breeding or feeding, is affected. whether A or B· A=·AD3B78332 (3) For most of human history, the phrase "light pollution" would have made no sense. Imagine walking toward London on a moonlit night around 1800, when it was Earth's largest city. Nearly ほとんど a million people lived there with candles, torches, and lanterns. Only a few houses were lit by gas, and there would be no public gaslights in the streets or squares for another seven years. From 広島 (前) さらに a few miles away, you would have been as likely to smell London as to see its faint collective glow. 集まっている様子 (4) Now most humans live under domes of reflected light: of scattering rays from cities and suburbs with too much lighting, and from light-flooded highways and factories. Nearly all of nighttime Europe is a nebula of light, as is most of the United States and all of Japan. In the south Atlantic the glow from a single group of fishing boats squid fishermen attracting prey with 大西 high brightness lamps can be seen from space, burning brighter, in fact, than Buenos Aires or Rio de Janeiro. (5) We've lit up the night, forgetting that it is occupied by many different living species. The number of nocturnal mammal species alone is astonishing. Light is a powerful biological force,

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英語 高校生

至急!!私立大学看護学部の過去問です。答えがないため、回答を作って欲しいです!!科目は英語です。

問題番号に対応 効とする。 うち受験票お researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria, have found. Dogs won't give food to a human, even if that person gave them some food first, and that they would help other dogs that had helped them before. Therefore, the team Previous studies have shown that dogs can recognize cooperative and uncooperative humans, "reciprocal altruism"- that is, doing a good thing in return to a human who had given expected to find that their test subjects would put these two things together and show To start, the team trained a group of 37 dogs to press a button which would activate a them food first. *enclosure with the dispenser, while one of (2) two humans was in a separate enclosure with the button. One would press the button to food dispenser. Then, they put each dog in an would not. Each dog was paired with both humans in give food to the dog, and (4) unhelpful one. turn. After that, the researchers switched over the button and the dispenser. They expected that the dogs would press the button to give food to the helpful human but not to the though the dogs did press the button, they did it just as often when either human had the food dispenser, and even when no human was there at all. "In these kinds of studies (5) [perform / to / dogs / which/ trained / are in a particular behavior for an experiment, they will usually do the behavior a few times as they have simply learned the association between the behavior and getting a reward, and it may be enjoyable for them to do the behavior," said Jim McGetrick, a PhD student at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna who led the research. 身を正しく が本冊子 1番 2 次の英文を読んで下の設問に答えなさい。 (3) giving us some food? Are they a combination of reasons. "It is (6) Why wouldn't our best pals want to help us out by secretly all bad boys and girls? McGetrick believes there is possible that the dogs did not understand enough about the task to realize that only one of the humans was providing them with food," he said. It could also be because they didn't fully understand the button and dispenser system, or because they were too focused on the food to notice whether a particular human was pressing the button or not. "Having said all that, even if they did completely understand the task and were fully attentive to the actions of the humans, there is still a good possibility that they wouldn't have given food back in return," he added. "It could be that providing food to a dog as they do not typically do that in everyday life." After all, humans are the ones who human is something very strange for (7) already have food, from a dog's perspective. why would your pet need to worry about (8) making sure you have enough? However, all the humans in the study were people the dogs didn't know. "It is quite 5

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英語 高校生

至急!!私立大学看護学部の過去問です。答えがないため、回答を作って欲しいです!!科目は英語です。

プペンシルで解 people than ever can find an audience time filled with disasters, online, "conspiracy theories seem to be growing crazier by the day. We also tend to believe in such things under increased stress, which is unfortunate because many of these ideas are Some conspiracy theorists pride themselves on being "critical freethinkers," but a new damaging our democracies and ourselves. study showing a connection between lower critical thinking skills and increased conspiracy (2) theory belief suggests this may not be the case. "Conspiracy theories refer to attempts to explain the ultimate cause of an important event (social, political, climatic, etc.) by accusing a hidden group of perceived evil, powerful people or organizations of having secretly planned and carried out these events," say Paris Nanterre University psychologist Anthony Lantian and team in their paper. two studies, the researchers tested the critical thinking skills of 338 a French version of the Ennis-Weir Critical Thinking Essay Test. They then scored the students' tendencies towards conspiracy beliefs and their personal Across undergraduate students (4) the objective analysis and assessment of their own critical thinking skills. Critical thinking. evaluation of a situation requires a collection of cognitive skills. These include the ability to distinguish between relevant versus irrelevant information, think systematically, see other perspectives, recognize and avoid logical *fallacies, look beyond the obvious, be aware of and avoid biases, and change your mind in light of new evidence. "The more people believe in conspiracy theories, the worse they perform on a critical thinking ability test," Lantian said. "This test is characterized by an *open-ended format highlighting several areas of critical thinking ability in the context of argumentation." (6) All this is not to say that those with high critical thinking skills can't also be sucked into believing things that may not necessarily be true. The way (7) [is wired /a/ makes / thinking/ social species / our / as] us very vulnerable to believing those we identify with as part of our own cultural group- no matter how much education we have had that boosts science literacy. Trust plays a massive role in who we believe. We also have a tendency to believe each of us is above average at detecting misinformation, which can't possibly be true. Researchers have also linked this need to feel special to greater belief in conspiracies. Lantian and team point out that while their study suggests critical thinking lowers Deople's chances of believing in untrue conspiracy theories, the findings don't determine if (8) (9) た場合,そ 数学【数学 験番号 【化学 b てお 3 In a more (1) ① 次の英文を読んで、下の設問に答えなさい。 1 - (3) the po no a E

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