Grammar
ask
for~(~を求める)
Some people find it difficult to ask for
help.
reach an agreement
 合意に達する
Similar to~(~によく似てい
る)
 Her
ideas are quite similar
to mine.
to tell the truth
(本当のことを言うと)
To tell the truth, I was
frightened to death.
It doesn’t matter whether
~(~しようとしまいと大した問題では
ない。)
 It
doesn’t matter whether
you are rich.
be moved (感動する)

She was moved by what he said.
those who=
those people who

Those who are lazy will never pass.
owe A to B

I owe my life to my family.
make it (成功する)

He couldn’t make it in business.
on one’s own (助けを借りず
に、ひとりで)
in the suburbs of ~(~の
郊外で)
ride north (自転車などを北に向
かって進める)
give A rides(Aを車に乗せ
る)

Can you give me a ride?
(lift)
Review(復習)

①坂本さんは、世界一周に成功したのは、
だれのおかげだと言っているでしょうか。
①答え:物質的、精神的に支え
てくれた大勢の人々。
Q1 What did the vice- director
really want Mr. Sakamoto to do?
Answer:

He wanted Mr. Sakamoto to achieve
his dream instead of him and come
back safely.
Q2 Why did Mr. Sakamoto
succeed in his project?

Because many people supported him
materially and spiritually.
Think :

なぜ副本部長は坂本さんの計画を援助し
ようと思ったのでしょうか。
答え:

自分が同じような夢を持っていたが果た
せなかったので、坂本さんにその夢を託
したかったから。
②坂本さんを車に乗せてくれた人
たちは、どんな人たちだったでしょ
う。
答え:

親切で、人間、自然、野外活動を愛して
いる人々。
Q3 Why did he leave his
bicycle and hitchhike?
Answer:

Because it was reckless to ride north
during the winter in Alaska.
Q4 Was he able to see
any auroras?

Yes, he was.
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