① ( )内から適切な語句を選びましょう。 1 (1) (Watch / Watching ) TV for many hours is not good for your eyes. (2) We sometimes enjoy ( to have / having ) a conversation over coffee. (3) Are you used to ( make / making ) anything with cardboard? (4) She's looking forward to (join/joining) the band. (5) I'm good at (playing / played ) the violine. (6) His favorite thing is (to eat / eats) something delicious. (7) My sister decided (studying / to study ) abroad. BARAJOW
]内の動詞を適切な形の分詞にして、英文を完成しなさい。 out of the window, I saw a friend of mine. 2 [ 1) 2) She watched the news about the earthquake, 3) 4) Kate took off her shoes at the entrance, 5) 6) I got up early in the morning, 7) from the sky, the stadium looks like a turtle. [日本語の the door, she went out of the room. English. of music, do you like the Beatles? [look] about her friends there. the rules. TTT+r+y 470 mboleti [worry] [see ] [follow] [lock] [study] [speak]
至急！！！ 2つの英作で1行目が主張、2,3行目が理由です。 2,3行目で何かおかしい部分はありますか？
10-2 What I mostly need now is time. I need to study for more tests. I couldn't have time because I was busy with club activities. 10-3 I'd like to a city where there is a mall. Many kinds of things are sold there. So we can get the necessities there.
（4）の答えがthe problemでしたがsolving the problemではダメでしょうか？
humans. "We were able to identify one of the many molecular features that likely shape behavior," she adds. ** hol boquete es Though the origins of the dog/human partnership remain unknown, it's becoming increasingly clear that each species has changed (during our long years header The physical differences between a basset hound and wolf are obvious, but dogs have also changed in ways that are more than skin (or fur) deep. One recent study shows how by bonding with us and learning to work ogether with humans, dogs may have actually become worse at working together Their pack lifestyle and mentality appear to be reduced and are far as a species. less prevalent even in wild dogs than in wolves. But, Yale's Laurie Santos says, dogs may have compensated in other interesting ways. They've learned to use humans to solve problems. "Several researchers have presented dogs and wolves with an impossible problem (e.g., a puzzle box that can't be opened or a pulling tool that stops working) and have asked how these different species react," Santos explains. Researchers have found that wolves try lots of different trial and error tactics to solve the problem - they get at it physically. But at the first sign of trouble, dogs do something different. They look back to their human companion for help. This work hints that dogs may have lost some of their physical problem-solving abilities in favor of more social strategies, ones that rely on the unique sort of cooperation