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20 ブリティッシュカウンセル公認 IELTS学習教材&学習ガイド Official IELTS How to prepare for Top tips for IELTS Practice Materials IELTS Academic Vol. 1 & 2 This comprehensive British Essential advice for the four Test yourself to see if you are Council resource is suitable parts of the IELTS Academic ready for IELTS. These for home study or for use in test. It includes a CD-ROM materials include sample class. The book and CD-Rom with an interactive practice tests for al modules: contain a range of practical test, sample answers and scores, feedback and a Listening, Reading, Writing exercises to prepare you in video Speaking test to give and Speaking, and answers the four skills, and an answer you a clear idea of what with examiners’ comments. key and transcript of CD- you have to do when you Rom recordings. take the test.
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英語 – 22 それは世界で 最も重要な言 語 English, also called the language of international communication, is said to be the most important language worldwide. But why exactly is English so necessary today? Chinese, Spanish and English are the most spoken languages on earth, but regardless of this, one of them especially emerges not only in number of speakers but also in influence and international importance, English. More than two billion people all over the world speak English and that number increases everyday. Being an English speaker has many benefits and there are many reasons learn English. Studies have shown, that the presence of English language skills are related to social and economic indicators, such as income and other factors. With this in mind in Chile the amount of foreign language speakers is surprisingly low. Only 4% of Chileans can speak English. Ok so why is English actually so important anyways? English has special or official status in more than 75 countries and is spoken as a first language by more than 375 million people. It is also the most commonly used language among foreign language speakers. Throughout the world, when people with different languages come together they mostly use English to communicate. Furthermore it is the most dominant language of diplomacy, business and science, economy, computer and internet. It should also be noted that more than 90% of websites are written and created in English with 80% of the data stored in the computers around the world is in English. If you do not En speak try English this is a lot of information that won’t have access to. An impressive 36% of the internet users communicate in English. Today a goo Pred- knowledge in English belongs to the most important requirements in many professions. A person that speaks English well also has a better chance of finding a good job abroad. Many multi-national companies when dealing with cross-border business communication will intermediate do it in English. level 301 “Throughout the 3.5- 4 band world, when people score with different languages come together they mostly use English to communicate.”
23 Furthermore it is the most dominant language of diplomacy, business and science, economy, computer and internet. It should also be noted that more than 90% of websites are written and created in English with 80% of the data stored in the computers around the world is in English. If you do not speak English this is a lot of information that won’t have access to. An impressive 36% of the internet users communicate in English. Today a good knowledge in English belongs to the most important requirements in many professions. A person that speaks English well also has a better chance of finding a good job abroad. Many multi-national companies when dealing with cross-border business communication will do it in English. Apart from that, it is the language of art, the film industry, musics and books. Knowing English opens up a great range of entertainment possibilities and the ability to immerse yourself in new worlds of cultural understanding. There is good news for all those who want to improve their English language skills. English is said to be the easiest language of the world to learn. The EF (Education First) English Proficiency Index (3. Edition) analyzed the English language knowledge of 60 countries all over the world, and they listed their findings.
英語クイズ - あなたの英語力を試そう 24 Reading: A new survey from an internet-based market research company shows the things British people are most afraid of. Top of the list is heights. Over half of the people who took the survey said they had acrophobia – the medical name for the fear of heights. In second place was a fear of snakes, with 21 per cent of people saying they were "very afraid" of the slippery creatures. The third biggest fear was public speaking, with 20 per cent being "very afraid" and 36 per cent being "a little afraid" of speaking in public. Other things that frighten people most include spiders, mice, needles and injections, the sight of blood, flying, and being in small spaces. Number 10 on the list was coulrophobia – the fear of clowns. The market research company asked over 2,000 people what they were afraid of. They had to rate 13 common phobias from "not at all afraid" to "very afraid". The researchers found that there were big differences between what men and women were afraid of, and what frightened old and young people. The researchers said: "Al are not created equal when it comes to fears." The survey showed that more women than men were afraid of things, especial y spiders. These scare a third of men and about half of women. Age differences showed young people were more likely to be afraid of public speaking. Those in the older age groups were more likely than younger people to be afraid of heights. TRUE OR FALSE a. The British government conducted a survey on people's fears. b. British people are most afraid of heights. c. The medical name for the fear of heights is acrophobia. d. The tenth biggest fear was crowns. e. More than 20,000 people answered questions about their fears. f. There were big differences between the fears of women and men. g. Women are less afraid of spiders than men are. h. Older people are less afraid of public speaking than young people are.
25 SYNONYM MATCH 1. Survey
A. The same 2. Afraid
B. Position 3. Place
C. Areas 4. Creatures
D. Assess 5. Spaces
E. Scared 6. Rate
F. Probable 7. Big
G. Particularly 8. Equal
H. Animals 9. Especially
I. Large 10. Likely
J. Study PHRASE MATCH: more than one answer is possible
A. Rate 13 common phobias 1. Market
B. All afraid 2. The things British people are
C. On the list 3. Over half of the people who
D. Took the survey 4. Slippery
E. Equal 5. Number 10
F. Research 6. They had to
G. Speaking 7. Not at
H. Of men 8. Created
I. Most afraid of 9. These scare a third
J. creatures 10. Afraid of public
Comprehension questions: 1. What kind of company made this 26 survey? Answers: 2. What are people afraid of if they have SYNOYM: acrophobia? 1. J 2. E 3. B 4. H 5. C 6. D 7. I 8. A 3. What was number three on the list of 9. G 10. F fears? PHRASE MATCH: 4. What are people afraid of the sight of? 1. F 2. I 3. D 4. J 5. C 6. A 7. B 8. E 9. H 10.G 5. Where on the list was the fear of clowns? TRUE/FALSE: 6. How many people took the survey? A. False B. True C. True D. False E. 7. How many phobias did people have to False F. True G. False H. True rate? COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS: 1. A market research company 8. What groups of people were 2. Heights frightened of different things? 3. Public speaking 4. Blood 9. How many men were afraid of 5. Number 10 6. Over 2,000 spiders? 7. 13 10. Who was more likely to be afraid of 8. Men and women, and young and old heights? 9. A third 10. Older people Fear Discussion: 1. Why are we afraid of things that are not dangerous? 2. What was your biggest fear when you were a child? 3. Have you ever overcome a fear? 4. What do you do when you are real y scared? 5. How could you get over one of your fears? 6. Is fear healthy?