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I'm making a mid-term exam. I'd appreciate it if you could check my problems.
(It is not finished yet.)

問1 次の各文の下線部にあてはまる語句を記号で選びなさい。
1×20=20点
①I ______ in the river every summer.
(ア)swim (イ)swimming (ウ)am swimming
②I like dogs very _____.
(ア)good (イ)much (ウ)well
③_____ you from China?
(ア)Are (イ)Do (ウ)Where
④What time _____ he get up in the morning?
(ア)is (イ)do (ウ)does
⑤Ken _____ lunch now.
(ア)eats (イ)eating (ウ)is eating
⑥_____ you go to Australia last month?
(ア)Do (イ)Did (ウ)Were
⑦_____ to go to Europe with your father?
(ア)Do you wanted (イ)Did you want (ウ)Did you wanted
⑧He _____ in France for three years.
(ア)lives (イ)is living (ウ)has lived
⑨”_____ do you go to school?” ”I go to school by bike.”
(ア)How (イ)What (ウ)Why
⑩"_____ did you meet there?" "I met Mr. Jones."
(ア)Why (イ)How (ウ)Who
⑪Who are _______?
(ア)that person (イ)that people (ウ)those people
⑫"_____ is your favorite singer?" "Hoshino Gen is."
(ア)Who (イ)What (ウ)How
⑬"_____ are you going to visit the temple?" "This weekend."
(ア)When (イ)Where (ウ)How
⑭We are going to visit the temple, _____?
(ア)are we (イ)aren't we (ウ)don't we
⑮Japan is always _____ the top of the list.
(ア)at (イ)to (ウ)in
⑯I have a lot of _____ .
(ア)thing to do (イ)do things (ウ)things to do
⑰I'm happy to _____ here.
(ア)invited (イ)inviting (ウ)be invited
⑱That lady appeared to have _____ for a long time.
(ア)wait (イ)waited (ウ)waiting
⑲I'm sorry to have _______ .
(ア)keep waiting for you (イ)kept waiting for you (ウ)kept you waiting


問2 日本語の意味に合うように下線部に一語ずつ書き入れなさい。[完全解答]
2点×10=20点
①あなたは電車で学校に来ているのですか。
Do you come to school ?
②彼らは日曜日に教会へ行く。
They go to church . .
③私は、毎朝、6時に起きます。
I get up morning.
④私の父は車を3台持っています。
My father .
⑤あなたは、自転車を2台持ってるんでしょ?
You have two bikes, ?
⑥あなたは、きのう学校に行かなかったんでしょ?
You didn't go to school, ?
⑦これらの絵は、私の父によって描かれた。
These pictures my father.
⑧この本は、世界中で読まれている。
This book over the world.
⑨ほとんどの日本人は、自分の国を低く評価したようだ。
Most Japanese people seem to a low opinion of their own country.
⑩オーストラリアの人達は自分の国に誇りを持っている。
Australian people their own country.

問3 日本語の意味に合うように、(  )内の英語を並び替えなさい。[Put the words in the bracket into the correct order.]
2×10=20点
①あなたの日本での生活に関して、どのようなことが好きですか。
What do you like ( Japan / your / about / in / life )?
②2009年の10月、ある英国の雑誌に面白い記事が出た。
In October 2009, ( appeared / article / in / interesting / an ) a British magazine.
③それは世界中の33カ国で行われた調査に関するものだった。
It was ( out / a / carried / survey / about ) in 33 countries around the world.
④彼らは、日本を、安全な場所だと思っている。
They see ( safe / a / Japan / place / as ).
⑤リストの一番下が日本だった。(文頭の語も小文字にしてあります)
( bottom / the / at / of ) the list was Japan.
⑥世界の他の地域にいい影響を与えている国はどこですか。
What countries ( a / have / on / influence / positive ) the rest of the world?
⑦日本は、一位をカナダと分け合った。
Japan shared ( number / with / the / spot / one ) Canada.
⑧彼女は、苦労しながらその重たいカバンを持って階段を上っていた。
She ( with / was / stairs / the / struggling ) her heavy bag.
⑨その地震の後すぐに、彼女は日本を離れた。(文頭の語も小文字にしてあります)
( the / after / earthquake / soon ), she left Japan.
⑩いろいろご面倒をおかけしてすみません。
I'm ( you / caused / to / have / sorry ) so much trouble.

問4 日本語の意味に合うように、(  )内に一語ずつ英語を入れなさい。
1×30=30
①彼女は、日本人のマナーの良さに感銘を受けた。
She was (  )(  ) the manners of the Japanese.
②私の両親は英語を話すことが出来ます。
My parents (  )(  ) to speak English.
③あなたは日本のことをどう思いますか?
(  ) do you (  ) of Japan?
④彼女は、日本人はとても親切だという点を指摘した。
She (  )(  ) that Japanese people are very kind.
⑤年のいった人達は早起きする傾向がある。
Old people (  )(  ) get up early.
⑥私は車のキーを探しています。
I'm (  )(  ) my car key.
⑦日本人は、電車に乗るとき、我慢強く並びます。
When the Japanese board the train, they (  ) up (  ).
⑧私は他の人達を手伝うべきだと言われた。
I (  )(  ) that I should help other people.
⑨彼はアルバイト(パート)で働き始めた。
He began (  )(  ).
⑩その時、まわりに(店の)お客様はいなかった。
There were (  )(  ) around then.
⑪明日、雨が降るかも知れない。
It (  )(  ) tomorrow.
⑫明日までにこの仕事を終えないといけない。
I (  )(  ) this work by tomorrow.
⑬辞書を使ってもいいですか?
(  ) I (  ) a dictionary?
⑭あの男性はお金持ちに違いない。
That man (  )(  ) rich.

問5 日本語に訳しなさい。
2×5=10
①They try to get on the train ahead of everyone else.

②The woman admired the diligence of the Japanese.

③I was surprised to see Tom at the airport.

④I found this dictionary useful.


That's all. Thanks in advance.

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Here are my comments.
For problems like 問1, I prefer that the wrong answers are grammatically incorrect - i.e., that there is absolutely no context in which they can be used correctly.
For question 8, though, "is living" could be correct if you are using it in the future tense, to mean "he will be living". Obviously, "has lived" is the best answer to this question, but I think it would be clearer if you were to change "is living" to something else. This is optional; you can leave this as it is if you prefer.

問1-18 With the sentence structure you have, the most grammatically correct answer would be "appeared to have been waiting", which is not one of your choices. The reason for this is that the sentence is in the past tense, and is referring to an event that started from an even earlier point in time. "waited" is OK as an answer, so you can leave this problem as is, but the grammar is not optimal, just so you know.

問2 We cannot see the blanks - where they are and how many there are, so it is difficult for us to evaluate this. It looks OK, though. A couple of questions: is there a blank for "yesterday" on question 6? Does question 9 have only one blank?

問3-8 This question seems to be missing a word in the parentheses, such as "up".

問4 I am not completely sure what the correct answers are to questions 4, 7, and 9, but I trust that you have answers in mind which use English properly. (Is #4 "pointed out"?) For question 7, "a train" is better than "the train". Sometimes we use "the" even when not referring to a specific thing (e.g., "I will take the train to Tokyo"; "I am going to the post office"), but in your question 7, "the train" sounds unnatural.

問5-1 This sentence is confusing to me. Are you referring to a specific case, or a general case (習慣)? I recommend changing this to something which is clearer.

Finally, I assume you are aware of this, but 問1, 4, and 5 are each in need of one more question to reach the designated point total.
 

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Thank you very much for your great help. You are really helpful.
Here are my comments.
For problems like 問1, I prefer that the wrong answers are grammatically incorrect - i.e., that there is absolutely no context in which they can be used correctly.
For question 8, though, "is living" could be correct if you are using it in the future tense, to mean "he will be living". Obviously, "has lived" is the best answer to this question, but I think it would be clearer if you were to change "is living" to something else. This is optional; you can leave this as it is if you prefer.
Oh, really? I didn't know that you can say "He is living in France for three years". Can't you say "He lives in France for three years? Such things are really difficult for me because I am not familiar with everyday English.
How about this, then?
⑧He _____ in France for three years.
(ア)lives (イ)has living (ウ)has lived

問1-18 With the sentence structure you have, the most grammatically correct answer would be "appeared to have been waiting", which is not one of your choices. The reason for this is that the sentence is in the past tense, and is referring to an event that started from an even earlier point in time. "waited" is OK as an answer, so you can leave this problem as is, but the grammar is not optimal, just so you know.
How about this?
⑱That lady appeared to have _____ the temple.
(ア)visit (イ)visiting (ウ)visited


問2 We cannot see the blanks - where they are and how many there are, so it is difficult for us to evaluate this. It looks OK, though. A couple of questions: is there a blank for "yesterday" on question 6? Does question 9 have only one blank?
Oh, not again! This site often deletes blanks.
This is the corrected version.
①あなたは電車で学校に来ているのですか。
Do you come to school            ?
②彼らは日曜日に教会へ行く。
They go to church ____ ____ .
③私は、毎朝、6時に起きます。
I get up ____ ____ ____ morning.
④私の父は車を3台持っています。
My father ____ ____ ____.
⑤あなたは、自転車を2台持ってるんでしょ?
You have two bikes, ____ ____?
⑥あなたは、きのう学校に行かなかったんでしょ?
You didn't go to school yesterday, ____ ____?
⑦これらの絵は、私の父によって描かれた。
These pictures ____ ____ ____ my father.
⑧この本は、世界中で読まれている。
This book ____ ____ ____ over the world.
⑨ほとんどの日本人は、自分の国を低く評価したようだ。
Most Japanese people seem to ____ ____ a low opinion of their own country.
⑩オーストラリアの人達は自分の国に誇りを持っている。
Australian people ____ ____ ____ their own country.

問3-8 This question seems to be missing a word in the parentheses, such as "up".
Yes.You are right.
How about this?
⑧彼女は、苦労しながらその重たいカバンを持って階段を上っていた。
She was ( with / up / stairs / the / struggling ) her heavy bag.

問4 I am not completely sure what the correct answers are to questions 4, 7, and 9, but I trust that you have answers in mind which use English properly. (Is #4 "pointed out"?) For question 7, "a train" is better than "the train". Sometimes we use "the" even when not referring to a specific thing (e.g., "I will take the train to Tokyo"; "I am going to the post office"), but in your question 7, "the train" sounds unnatural.
④彼女は、日本人はとても親切だという点を指摘した。
She (  )(  ) that Japanese people are very kind.
Yes. The intended answer is "pointed out". Is there another possibility?

How about "trains"? I made a mistake when I copied it from the textbook.
⑦日本人は、電車に乗るとき、我慢強く並びます。
When the Japanese board trains, they (  ) up (  ).

⑨彼はアルバイト(パート)で働き始めた。
He began (  )(  ).
This is also from the textbook. The intended answer is "He began working part-time". Does it sound off?

The intended answers of the others:
①彼女は、日本人のマナーの良さに感銘を受けた。
She was (impressed)(by) the manners of the Japanese.
②私の両親は英語を話すことが出来ます。
My parents (are)(able) to speak English.
③あなたは日本のことをどう思いますか?
(What) do you (think) of Japan?
④彼女は、日本人はとても親切だという点を指摘した。
She (pointed)(out) that Japanese people are very kind.
⑤年のいった人達は早起きする傾向がある。
Old people (tend)(to) get up early.
⑥私は車のキーを探しています。
I'm (looking)(for) my car key.
⑦日本人は、電車に乗るとき、我慢強く並びます。
When the Japanese board trains, they (line) up (patiently).
⑧私は他の人達を手伝うべきだと言われた。
I (was)(told) that I should help other people.

⑩その時、まわりに(店の)お客様はいなかった。
There were (no)(customers) around then.
⑪明日、雨が降るかも知れない。
It (may)(rain) tomorrow.
⑫明日までにこの仕事を終えないといけない。
I (must)(finish) this work by tomorrow.
⑬辞書を使ってもいいですか?
(May/Can) I (use) a dictionary?
⑭あの男性はお金持ちに違いない。
That man (must)(be) rich.
How about this?
That man surely is rich.

問5-1 This sentence is confusing to me. Are you referring to a specific case, or a general case (習慣)? I recommend changing this to something which is clearer.

That was from the textbook. It goes like this:
Yin Wenyi, from China, for example, is impressed by the manners of the Japanese. She points out that when the Japanese board trains they line up patiently, unlike people in China. There, train passengers tend to try and get on the train ahead of everyone else.

So I believe that my students understand what the sentence means.

Finally, I assume you are aware of this, but 問1, 4, and 5 are each in need of one more question to reach the designated point total.

I'm sorry, but I don't get it. Does "the designated point total" mean 100 points? If so, Yes. I have to add some more questions.

Thank you very much.

Hirashin
 

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Oh, really? I didn't know that you can say "He is living in France for three years".
Yes, I understand that it is difficult for you to fully know which expressions are possible, and which are clearly wrong. In the case of "he is living in France for three years", this expression could be used, for example, to describe a person who has just moved to France and plans to live there for three years, or a person who is about to move there. While it might not be preferred textbook English grammar, it is something that COULD be spoken by a native speaker, and therefore is difficult to claim as incorrect. And, as I wrote, I think it is best for all of the wrong answers to be clearly, undisputedly wrong and ungrammatical.

Of course, with such multiple choice questions, students are always asked to choose the BEST answer, so this resolves the issue to some extent.


How about this, then?
⑧He _____ in France for three years.
(ア)lives (イ)has living (ウ)has lived
Yes, this is better.


How about this?
⑱That lady appeared to have _____ the temple.
(ア)visit (イ)visiting (ウ)visited
Yes, this is better.


問2-9 I can't think of a suitable answer that fills two blanks. Perhaps there is one, but ピンと来ない.


How about this?
⑧彼女は、苦労しながらその重たいカバンを持って階段を上っていた。
She was ( with / up / stairs / the / struggling ) her heavy bag.
Yes, this is fine.


④彼女は、日本人はとても親切だという点を指摘した。
She (  )(  ) that Japanese people are very kind.
Yes. The intended answer is "pointed out". Is there another possibility?
That is the only answer I could think of. I was puzzled because I didn't think that "pointed out" was an expression that you would have taught your students. It is fine.


How about "trains"? I made a mistake when I copied it from the textbook.
⑦日本人は、電車に乗るとき、我慢強く並びます。
When the Japanese board trains, they (  ) up (  ).
Yes, this is fine.


⑨彼はアルバイト(パート)で働き始めた。
He began (  )(  ).
This is also from the textbook. The intended answer is "He began working part-time". Does it sound off?
To me, this question is difficult, and I would probably not get the correct answer. Usually, an expression like part-time is only hyphenated when it is followed by a noun. Otherwise it is usually expressed as two words ("part time"). This is not a strict rule, though, so your model answer is not wrong. It is difficult for me to figure out this question especially because the parts of speech (品詞) are different between the Japanese and English versions (アルバイト is a noun, but "part-time" is not). Since your question comes from the textbook, and your students have presumably studied it, it is OK to leave it as is if you want to. If this was for a standardized test being given to many students at many different schools, though, I would recommend removing it, or revising it to something clearer.


問4-5 I forgot to point this out in my original reply, but the expression "old people" has fallen out of favor, and today is considered impolite. If you have taught this to your students already, then you can leave the question as it is, but going forward, I recommend that you use and teach a different expression, such as "the elderly" or "elderly people".


問4-11 "might rain" is also OK.


⑭あの男性はお金持ちに違いない。
That man (must)(be) rich.
How about this?
That man surely is rich.
Both of these answers are OK.


That was from the textbook. It goes like this:
Yin Wenyi, from China, for example, is impressed by the manners of the Japanese. She points out that when the Japanese board trains they line up patiently, unlike people in China. There, train passengers tend to try and get on the train ahead of everyone else.
So I believe that my students understand what the sentence means.
OK, I see.
This would be clearer if you changed it to:
①In China, passengers try to get on the train ahead of everyone else.
But it is OK as is.


I'm sorry, but I don't get it. Does "the designated point total" mean 100 points? If so, Yes. I have to add some more questions.
Yes, that is what I meant. More specifically, by "designated point total", I was referring to the point totals that you have written. For example, for 問1 you wrote "1×20=20点", but there are currently only 19 questions, =19点. That's all I meant.
 

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Thank you, joadbres.
問2-9 I can't think of a suitable answer that fills two blanks. Perhaps there is one, but ピンと来ない.

⑨ほとんどの日本人は、自分の国を低く評価したようだ。
Most Japanese people seem to                a low opinion of their own country.

This is also from the textbook. It goes like this:
In October 2009, an interesting article appeared in the British magazine The Economist. It was about a survey carried out in 33 countries around the world. The survey asked people how much they admired, trusted, respected, and took pride in their own country. Australia came top, China was 7th, while America was 11th. At the bottom of the list was Japan. The Japanese respondents seem to have had a low opinion of their own country.

How about this:?
⑨その調査で、日本人は、自分の国を低く評価したようだ。
In the survey, the Japanese seem to               a low opinion of their own country.

問4-5 I forgot to point this out in my original reply, but the expression "old people" has fallen out of favor, and today is considered impolite. If you have taught this to your students already, then you can leave the question as it is, but going forward, I recommend that you use and teach a different expression, such as "the elderly" or "elderly people".

OK. I'll change it to "elderly people".

This would be clearer if you changed it to:
①In China, passengers try to get on the train ahead of everyone else.

OK. I'll take it. (Does this make sense? Am I saying it right?)

Thank you.
Hirashin

 
 

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How about this:?
⑨その調査で、日本人は、自分の国を低く評価したようだ。
In the survey, the Japanese seem to               a low opinion of their own country.
OK, I see now. This is my fault for not properly understanding the Japanese version. You can leave it the way it was, if you want. The revised version is OK, too, although "From the survey" sounds a little better.

OK. I'll take it. (Does this make sense? Am I saying it right?)
"I'll take it" sounds a little strange. "I'll take your advice" or "I'll take your suggestion" are better. Or "I'll follow your advice / suggestion."
 

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Thank you for your ongoing help., joadbres.

Here are the rest of the questions.

問1
⑳ In the survey in 2007, Japan shared the number one spot _____ Canada.
(ア)with (イ)in (ウ)to
問4
⑮その調査では人々にどのくらい自分の国を信頼しているかを尋ねた。
The (  ) asked people how much they (  ) their own country.
問5
⑤ Many foreign people see Japan as a safe place.
[Would "foreign people" sound rude?]
 

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I changed 問3④ into
④日本は、世界の他の国にいい影響を与えている。
Japan has ( influence / the / positive / on / a ) rest of the world.
 

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問1
⑳ In the survey in 2007, Japan shared the number one spot _____ Canada.
(ア)with (イ)in (ウ)to
問4
⑮その調査では人々にどのくらい自分の国を信頼しているかを尋ねた。
The (  ) asked people how much they (  ) their own country.
問5
⑤ Many foreign people see Japan as a safe place.
[Would "foreign people" sound rude?]
These are all fine. "Foreign people" is not rude. "Foreigners" is also OK.


I changed 問3④ into
④日本は、世界の他の国にいい影響を与えている。
Japan has ( influence / the / positive / on / a ) rest of the world.
This is fine. However, now it is very similar to 問3⑥. Are you sure you want to do this?
 

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Thanks, joadbres.
This is fine. However, now it is very similar to 問3⑥. Are you sure you want to do this?
I've changed some of the problems and added some.

問2
⑤トムはサッカーをしているんでしょ?
Tom plays soccer,            ?
⑦この絵は、私の父によって描かれた。
This picture                   my father.
⑧携帯電話は、世界中で使われている。
Cellphones           over the world.

問3
④日本は、世界の他の地域にいい影響を与えていると私は思います。
I think Japan has ( influence / the / positive / on / a ) rest of the world.
⑥日本に住んでいる外国の人達は日本と日本人についてどう思っているだろうか。
( in Japan / think about / do / foreign residents / what ) the country and its people?
⑨その事故の後すぐ、私は日本を離れた。(文頭の語も小文字にしてあります)
( the / after / accident / soon ), I left Japan.

問4
⑨彼はアルバイト(パート)で働き始めた。
He (  )(  ) part-time.
The intended answer:
He began/started working part-time.


問6 次の文を受動態にしなさい。[完全解答]
1×2=2
①Japanese people built this bridge.
②Many people around the world speak English.

The intended answer:
①This bridge was built by Japanese people.
②English is spoken by many people around the world.


問7 次の文を[ ]の語数で英訳しなさい。
1×3=3
①あなたはどこに住んでいますか。[4語]
②彼らはいつここに着いたのですか。[5語]
③今何時ですか。[4語]

The intended answer:
①Where do you live?
②When did they arrive/get here?
③What time is it?

問8 次の文を読んで、下の①~⑤の文が、 本文の内容に合っていたらTを、違っているか、または本文に書いていない場合はFを解答欄に書きなさい。         各1点
Soon after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Yin decided to leave Japan. At the station, she found the escalators shut down. She was struggling up the stairs with her heavy suitcase when a Japanese woman approached her. "Can I help you? We're all having a tough time, aren't we?" she said. In that instant, she knew that she would surely return to Japan.
①Yin had decided to leave Japan when the Great East Japan Earthquake happened.
②Yin had known that the escalators in the station were shut down.
③It was not easy for Yin to carry her heavy suitcase at the station.
④A few Japanese women helped Yin when she was struggling up the stairs with her heavy suitcase.
⑤Yin decided to go back to China because a kind Japanese woman offered help.
 
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Here are my comments:

問2-8 It appears that you provided only two blanks, but this question seems to require three blanks.

問3-6 It seems that there are two possible answers to this question. "in Japan" could be in the 1st or the 4th position. Therefore, I think that this question needs to be revised.

問7-2 "When did they come here?" is also OK.

問8 If you provide this text, it reveals the answer to 問3-8. Is that OK?
 

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Thank you for your great help, joadbres.

問2-8 It appears that you provided only two blanks, but this question seems to require three blanks.

Ah, it's the mistake I made when I copied the question here. In the original version it has three blanks. This site often deletes blanks and underlines for some reason.

問3-6 It seems that there are two possible answers to this question. "in Japan" could be in the 1st or the 4th position. Therefore, I think that this question needs to be revised.

⑥日本に住んでいる外国の人達は日本と日本人についてどう思っているだろうか。
( in Japan / think about / do / foreign residents / what ) the country and its people?
The intended answer is :
What do foreign residents in Japan think about the country and its people?
Is there another possible answer? Do you mean this?
In Japan what do foreign residents think about the country and its people?
If so, how about this?
日本に住んでいる外国の人達は日本と日本人についてどう思っているだろうか。
What ( in Japan / think / do / about / foreign residents ) the country and its people?

問7-2 "When did they come here?" is also OK.

When did they come here?
When did they arrive here?
When did they get here?

Are they interchangeable?

問8 If you provide this text, it reveals the answer to 問3-8. Is that OK?

Oh, it seems that I forgot to tell you that I've changed the question.

⑧私は、その地震が起きたとき、テレビを見ていた。
I ( watching / was / the / when / TV ) earthquake occurred.
 

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Is there another possible answer? Do you mean this?
In Japan what do foreign residents think about the country and its people?
Yes

If so, how about this?
日本に住んでいる外国の人達は日本と日本人についてどう思っているだろうか。
What ( in Japan / think / do / about / foreign residents ) the country and its people?
Yes, that is fine.

When did they come here?
When did they arrive here?
When did they get here?

Are they interchangeable?
Yes.
 
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