Unit 4 Read ＆ Think 1,2
Read ＆ Think 1 What kinds of troubles did these people have?
① We spoke to a police office. ② (The police officer) (was) passing by.
③ We spoke to a police officer passing by. 私たちはそばを通り過ぎる警察官に話しかけた。
too ～ to 構文 あまりにも～過ぎて～できない
I am too tired to work any more. 私は疲れすぎてもう働くことはできない。
There were a lot of people running out of the shopping center.
That woman talking with Koji is our new English teacher.
Some girls having lunch in that park are my classmates.
What is the animal climbing the big tree?
I’m too busy to play table tennis with my friends.
They were too scared to say a word.
He is too young to drive a vehicle.
Words ＆ Phrases
Many children ran out of the aquarium.
They couldn’t find how to get to the station.
On the way home, I saw a girl walking along the street.
They stopped smoking when the police officer passed by.
The company is going to produce the latest laptop.
Read ＆ Think 2 What did WaKaba City have yesterday?
① People visiting from abroad can follow instructions. ② (The instructions) (are) written in English.
③ People visiting from abroad can follow the instructions written in English.
We join the evacuation drill held by our town every year.
Kyoto is the most beautiful city visited by many people from overseas.
Today there are lots of Japanese novels translated into English.
They followed instructions given in English and easy Japanese.
The city handed out an evacuation map made by the students.
Words ＆ Phrases
More and more people from abroad are coming to live in Japan.
Many of the tourists don’t know what to do in a disaster.
It‘s necessary for them to be prepared to support foreign residents.
The shop clerks have to hand out fliers.
The map shows people where they should go in an earthquake.