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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 PSA.]    June may seem early for a warning about heatstroke, but we've already had some very high (a)_______ in Japan this year.  In fact, on May 25 alone, when temperatures hit 35°C in some parts of the country, 460 people were taken by ambulances to be (b)_______ for heat-related illnesses. Temperatures that high are usually not seen until the height of (c)_______, in July and August. We want to remind everyone that keeping cool will keep you healthy. You and your pets should stay (d)_______ when temperatures reach 30°C or more. If you don’t have air conditioning, go to a mall, the library or another place with air conditioning. Remember to drink more than usual, but be sure to avoid alcohol and drinks high in (e)_______. When you must go out, wear light clothing. And never leave anyone, especially babies, small children or pets, in a (f)_______ vehicle. Seek medical help if you notice these symptoms of heat stroke: a temperature above 39°C, skin that is hot and dry, a rapid pulse, or unconsciousness. Last year, more than 95,000 people were treated for heatstroke between May and September.  If you take precautions, you can (g)_______ heatstroke.   

 

PSA = public service announcement

heatstroke= 熱中症, 熱射病

vehicle =  乗り物, 車

symptoms = 症状

 

 

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 PSA.]    June may seem early for a warning about heatstroke, but we've already had some very high (a)temperatures in Japan this year.  In fact, on May 25 alone, when temperatures hit 35°C in some parts of the country, 460 people were taken by ambulances to be (b)treated for heat-related illnesses. Temperatures that high are usually not seen until the height of (c)summer, in July and August. We want to remind everyone that keeping cool will keep you healthy. You and your pets should stay (d)indoors when temperatures reach 30°C or more. If you don’t have air conditioning, go to a mall, the library or another place with air conditioning. Remember to drink more than usual, but be sure to avoid alcohol and drinks high in (e)sugar. When you must go out, wear light clothing. And never leave anyone, especially babies, small children or pets, in a (f)parked vehicle. Seek medical help if you notice these symptoms of heat stroke: a temperature above 39°C, skin that is hot and dry, a rapid pulse, or unconsciousness. Last year, more than 95,000 people were treated for heatstroke between May and September.  If you take precautions, you can (g)prevent heatstroke.

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