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Step1: Read the article as it is.

    空欄のままで読んでください。

   

[The following is from a morning TV show. Good morning, friends! I'm Kelly York, the (a)_______ expert here at Good Morning, Friends!  This morning I'm here to talk about exercise.  The older we (b)_______, the more important it (c)_______ to exercise regularly. The problem is that as we get older, our lives get more hectic. So how can we make time for exercise when we're already over (d)_______? The answer is to exercise a little bit at a time whenever you can. For instance, you can park your car farther away from your office or take the stairs instead of the elevator. But there are many other possibilities. Be (e)_______! Do sit-ups or push-ups whenever a TV commercial comes on. Do squats while you're brushing your teeth. Stand up or walk around whenever you talk on the phone. Take a boogie break and (f)_______ to one of your favorite songs. Being active for three to five minutes at a time doesn't seem like much, but it (g)_______ up, and by the end of the day you may be surprised to see you've exercised for more than 30 minutes. For a list of fun exercise ideas, go to www.GMF.com/health. What are you waiting for?  Get moving!   

• horse-drawn = 馬に引かせた

• apple cider = 生のりんごジュース

• appetite = 食欲

• depending on = ~によって

Step 2: Listen to the audio and fill in the blanks with the words you hear.

オーディオを聞いて、空欄に入る語句を考えましょう。

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Step 3: Check your answers.

答えをチェックしてください。

[The following is from a morning TV show. Good morning, friends! I'm Kelly York, the (a)health expert here at Good Morning, Friends!  This morning I'm here to talk about exercise.  The older we (b)get, the more important it (c)is to exercise regularly. The problem is that as we get older, our lives get more hectic. So how can we make time for exercise when we're already over (d)scheduled? The answer is to exercise a little bit at a time whenever you can. For instance, you can park your car farther away from your office or take the stairs instead of the elevator. But there are many other possibilities. Be (e)creative! Do sit-ups or push-ups whenever a TV commercial comes on. Do squats while you're brushing your teeth. Stand up or walk around whenever you talk on the phone. Take a boogie break and (f)dance to one of your favorite songs. Being active for three to five minutes at a time doesn't seem like much, but it (g)adds up, and by the end of the day you may be surprised to see you've exercised for more than 30 minutes. For a list of fun exercise ideas, go to www.GMF.com/health. What are you waiting for?  Get moving!            

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