listen carefully 0520

 

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 news show.]  Can you tell the difference between (a)_______ wine and expensive wine? If you're like most people, probably not. In a study done in 2018, researchers had 600 (b)_______ take part in a blind taste test. Two glasses of wine were poured in front of them, one expensive and one cheap. Then the participants were asked which one they thought was the more expensive of the (c)_______. The participants did not know which wine was which because the (d)_______ had been removed from the bottles. The participants correctly picked out the expensive wine only about 50% of the time. In other words, they did no better than if they had (e)_______ guessed. In a similar test last year, 950 people were given a glass of cheap wine and a glass of expensive wine, and they were asked to (f)_______ them on a scale of one to ten. Researchers found that four out of five of the participants rated the cheaper wines more highly than the expensive ones.  This morning on Good Morning Today, our own wine (g)_______, Marcia Gibson, is going to put our taste buds to the test!  Good morning, Marcia ...  

• 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 from a morning news show.]  Can you tell the difference between (a)cheap wine and expensive wine? If you're like most people, probably not. In a study done in 2018, researchers had 600 (b)volunteers take part in a blind taste test. Two glasses of wine were poured in front of them, one expensive and one cheap. Then the participants were asked which one they thought was the more expensive of the (c)two. The participants did not know which wine was which because the (d)labels had been removed from the bottles. The participants correctly picked out the expensive wine only about 50% of the time. In other words, they did no better than if they had (e)simply guessed. In a similar test last year, 950 people were given a glass of cheap wine and a glass of expensive wine, and they were asked to (f)rate them on a scale of one to ten. Researchers found that four out of five of the participants rated the cheaper wines more highly than the expensive ones.  This morning on Good Morning Today, our own wine (g)expert, Marcia Gibson, is going to put our taste buds to the test!  Good morning, Marcia ...         

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