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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 a news report.]  By now, most states have ordered people to stay at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. This means that we can go out only when necessary, like to buy food or medicine. (a)_______ and drugstores are trying to make shopping safer in two main ways. First, they are promoting social distancing. Most stores have put up posters to remind us to stay 6 feet away from other (b)_______ , and some stores have greeters who remind us about this new etiquette as we enter. A few stores have put (c)_______ on the floors — arrows direct us to move in a single direction through the store, and lines on the floor near the checkout (d)_______ let us know where we should stand while we wait. In addition, many stores have a designated time, usually the first hour of the day, just for (e)_______ citizens and other vulnerable customers. Second, stores are trying to keep everything extra clean. They sanitize shopping baskets, (f)_______ and other high contact areas often, and they deep-clean the stores at night. What can we the shoppers do to help? We can shop less often, shop at off-peak hours, and wash our hands before and after we (g)_______

• pandemic = 世界的流行の感染病 

• social distancing = 社会距離戦略  

• designated = 指定された

• vulnerable = 病気にかかりやすい 

• sanitize = 消毒する

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 a news report.]   By now, most states have ordered people to stay at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. This means that we can go out only when necessary, like to buy food or medicine. (a)Supermarkets and drugstores are trying to make shopping safer in two main ways. First, they are promoting social distancing. Most stores have put up posters to remind us to stay 6 feet away from other (b)shoppers , and some stores have greeters who remind us about this new etiquette as we enter. A few stores have put (c)tape on the floors — arrows direct us to move in a single direction through the store, and lines on the floor near the checkout (d)counters let us know where we should stand while we wait. In addition, many stores have a designated time, usually the first hour of the day, just for (e)senior citizens and other vulnerable customers. Second, stores are trying to keep everything extra clean. They sanitize shopping baskets, (f)carts and other high contact areas often, and they deep-clean the stores at night. What can we the shoppers do to help? We can shop less often, shop at off-peak hours, and wash our hands before and after we (g)shop .         

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