listen carefully 0816

 

Step1: Read the article as it is.

    空欄のままで読んでください。

   

[The following is a radio ad.]  Summer in Japan means festivals! And one festival you don't want to miss is the Nagoya Castle Summer Festival. With the castle lit up in the (a)_______ , this festival has an atmosphere of long-ago Japan. Of course the popular Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai, whose members talk and act like (b)_______ army generals and soldiers, will be there, along with Hattori Hanzo and the Ninjas.  Also on the castle grounds you'll see old-fashioned (c)_______ lanterns, Bon dancing, festival games, and of course plenty of food and (d)_______ stands. Performances include live music from enka to jazz, Japanese drum performances, a (e)_______ festival, and a matchlock demonstration. The festival runs from Friday, August 5th through Monday, August (f)_______.  Admission is ¥500 for adults.  Junior high students and younger are free.  Adults can get a ¥100 discount just for (g)_______ a yukata. There's something for everyone, so bring the whole family!

 

VOCABULARY

 

be lit up = ライトアップされる 

 matchlock = 火縄銃

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 radio ad.] Summer in Japan means festivals! And one festival you don't want to miss is the Nagoya Castle Summer Festival. With the castle lit up in the (a)background, this festival has an atmosphere of long-ago Japan. Of course the popular Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai, whose members talk and act like (b)historical  army generals and soldiers, will be there, along with Hattori Hanzo and the Ninjas.  Also on the castle grounds you'll see old-fashioned (c)paper lanterns, Bon dancing, festival games, and of course plenty of food and (d)beverage  stands. Performances include live music from enka to jazz, Japanese drum performances, a (e)karaoke festival, and a matchlock demonstration. The festival runs from Friday, August 5th through Monday, August  (f)15th. Admission is ¥500 for adults.  Junior high students and younger are free.  Adults can get a ¥100 discount just for (g)wearing a yukata. There's something for everyone, so bring the whole family!  

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