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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. This morning on Good Morning, Friends! we're going to be talking about Christmas trees. There's a lot of debate about which is better, a fake tree or a (a)_______ one.  Let's look at the pros and cons. Fake trees are easier to set up than real trees, they are (b)_______ in the long run if you use them for many years, and they come in lots of varieties. Some even come with (c)_______ already on them, making them easy for older people to decorate. Real trees, on the other hand, look and (d)_______ so much better than the fake ones. And real trees are far better for the environment. Real trees are (e)_______ on Christmas tree farms, like any other crop, so new trees are planted every year. And unlike fake trees that eventually end up in the landfill, real trees can be composted or recycled into mulch. So if you're concerned about the (f)_______, then a real tree is what you want. If a real tree is too hard to set up or dispose of and you have to get a fake tree, try to use it for as many years as possible. That reduces its environmental (g)_______.   

• the pros and cons = 良い点と悪い点

• crop = 農作物

• landfill = ゴミ埋め立て地

• be composted = 堆肥化される

• dispose of A = Aを処分する

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 TV show.This morning on Good Morning, Friends! we're going to be talking about Christmas trees. There's a lot of debate about which is better, a fake tree or a (a)real one.  Let's look at the pros and cons. Fake trees are easier to set up than real trees, they are (b)cheaper in the long run if you use them for many years, and they come in lots of varieties. Some even come with (c)lights already on them, making them easy for older people to decorate. Real trees, on the other hand, look and (d)smell so much better than the fake ones. And real trees are far better for the environment. Real trees are (e)grown on Christmas tree farms, like any other crop, so new trees are planted every year. And unlike fake trees that eventually end up in the landfill, real trees can be composted or recycled into mulch. So if you're concerned about the (f)environment, then a real tree is what you want. If a real tree is too hard to set up or dispose of and you have to get a fake tree, try to use it for as many years as possible. That reduces its environmental (g)impact.             

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