The final exam for the 12th graders (3)

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  1. hirashin

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    I would appreciate it if someone could check my problems.

    4 ( )の中の正しい語句を記号で選びなさい。20点
    But some people were [あ] to see the [い] of his poetry, which [う] his sincere love for other people. (さ)Whitman believed that humans and nature were both part of God.
    [ア] a scientist, Thomas Edison is well known all [え] the world for his many inventions. Yet he had very little [お]. When his teachers criticized him for being [か] and [き] to learn, his mother decided not to give him a formal [お]. She [く] his natural desire to read and experiment. [イ] the time he was ten years old, he had [け] a strong taste for chemistry and made himself a laboratory.
    His first inventions were begun [ウ] his adolescence. [エ] a little money made from one of his inventions, he started his own manufacturing business in New Jersey. This later developed [オ] a research laboratory. Here he perfected the incandescent lamp, which [こ] electricity to replace gas. Here too, he first reproduced the sound of the human voice on an instrument called the phonograph. Constant experimentation played an important part in Edison's success. (し)He slept very little and worked very hard.

    ①上の[あ]~[こ]に入る語を下から記号で選びなさい。1×10 = 10
    (a)stubborn (b)encouraged (c)developed (d)greatness (e)expressed 
    (f)unwilling (g)over (h)enabled (i)education (j)able

    ②上の[ア]~[カ]に入る語を下から選びなさい。 1×6 = 6
    yet ,as, with, by, during, into

    ③下線部(さ)と(し)を日本語に訳しなさい。2×2 = 4点
    (さ) ホイットマンは人間も自然も[/人間と自然の]両方が神の一部だと信じた[/信じていた]。
    (し) 彼はほとんど[/あまり]寝ないで一生懸命働いた。/彼は少ししか寝ずに頑張って働いた。など

    5 ( )の語句を並び替えて日本語の意味になる英文を完成しなさい。ただし、
    文頭の語は大文字で始めること。2×5=10点[完全解答]
    ①インターネットは、今日、社会で重要な役割を果たしている。
    The Internet ( an / part / in / plays / important / society ) today .
    The Internet plays an important part in society today.
    ②この小さな町が1800年代にシカゴに発展した。
    This ( in / town / into / the 1800s / Chicago / small / developed ).
    This small town developed into Chicago in the 1800s.
    ③先生達はエジソンが勉強をする気がないと言って批判した。
    The teachers ( being / Edison / criticized / learn / to / unwilling / for ).
    The teachers criticized Edison for being unwilling to learn.
    ④彼はほとんど正式な教育を受けなかったが、多くの重要な発明をした。
    Although ( had / education / little / he / formal ), he invented many important things.
    Although he had little formal education, he invented many important things.
    ⑤私達が競技場に着く前に、試合はもう始まっていた。
    ( we / the time / the stadium / arrived / at / by ) , the game had already started.
    By the time we arrived at the stadium, the game had already started.
    6 日本語の意味に合うように(  )に一語ずつ入れなさい。1×10 = 10点
    ①私は淡路島で生まれた。
    I ( あ )( い )( う ) Awaji Island.
    (あ) was (い) born (う) on
    ②その子ども達は飢餓で死にかけていた。
    The children were ( え )( お ) hunger.
    (え) dying (お) from/of
    ③市は、地震の被災者に、食べ物を配給した。
    The city government ( か ) the victims of the earthquake ( き ) food.
    (か) supplied/distributed (き) with
    ④あなたがいない間、誰がネコの世話をしたの?
    Who ( く ) care ( け ) your cat ( こ ) you were away?
    (ね) took (の) of (は) while/when

    Thanks in advance.
    Hirashin
     
  2. Michael2

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    The city government ( か ) the victims of the earthquake ( き ) food.
    (か) supplied/distributed (き) with

    All look good except this one. The item following distribute will be the thing being distributed. Supply can be followed by the item being supplied or by the people being supplied, so supply would be acceptable, but distribute would not as it would sound like you were distributing the the victims.
     
  3. hirashin

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    I see. Can you say this one?
    The city government distributed food to the victims of the earthquake.
     
  4. Michael2

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    Yes, that would be fine.
     
  5. hirashin

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    Thanks, Michael2.
     

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