英語特別演習（高橋） 2006 年度前期 中間試験問題 Ⅰ. Give the meaning of each word below. abolish acknowledge assess betray circulate denounce detach disapprove disguise donate gasp imply indulge leak interfere meddle oppress perplex presume prosecute offend obstruct reassure resent retreat Ⅱ. Explain the underlined phrases within the textual context. 1. Fortunately, no one is yet talking about banning bees (full disclosure here: I am fond of both peanuts and honey), and that’s precisely my point. 2. This demand for a peanut ban has divided the community and placed school officials in a tough spot. 3. If the cockroach were not such a bad house guest, it would no doubt receive the admiration it richly deserves. 4. To enter Disneyland is to cross the boundaries of space and time. 5. All this buggy propagation can give the wrong impression about what’s been going on in the kitchen overnight. Ⅲ. Translate the underlined sentences into Japanese. 1. Until then, all the peanut-free zones in the world can’t diminish the need to teach children with allergies to take care of themselves. 2. In the meantime, doctors are working on a vaccine-like treatment that might dampen the immune system’s overreaction. 3. We know of no other orientation behaviour in any animal capable of such a high frequency of body turning. 4. The same bacteria defender is found in any human tears, there regularly splitting open errant bacteria too, and so leaving the surface of the eye one of the few regions of the body relatively bacteria-free. 5. And considering the fate that lies in store for them on the other side, it might be better if they didn’t make it. 6. Disneyland’s Main Street is thus an imaginary main street infinitely idealized in the minds of the American people.