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ドラゴン・イングリッシュ【基本英文100】

カード 100枚 作成者: ふみや (作成日: 2016/04/15)

  • It would be dangerous to drink two bottles of whiskey and drive a car.

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  • 1

    It would be dangerous to drink two bottles of whiskey and drive a car.

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    • ウィスキーのボトルを2本も空けて車を運転するのは危険だ。

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  • 2

    It is very dangerous to cross a busy street before the light turns green.

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    • 交通量の多い通りを、信号が青に変わらないうちに横断するのはとても危険です。

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  • 3

    It is really pleasant to take a walk early in the morning, listening to birds sing

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    • 早朝、鳥のさえずりを聴きながら散歩するのは本当に気持ちがいい。

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  • 4

    Most Japanese high school students go to a cram school to prepare for college entrance exams.

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    • 日本の高校生の大半が、大学入試に備えるため塾に行く。

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  • 5

    When waiting for the elevator to come or the traffic light to change, most Japanese people become irritated in only thirty seconds.

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    • 日本人は、エレベーターや信号待ちだと、わずか30秒でいらいらし始める。

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  • 6

    An elderly woman sitting next to me on the train asked me where I was going.

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    • 列車で隣に座ったおばあさんに、どこまで行くのと尋ねられた。

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  • 7

    Tom told us that we should rent a car to get around the city because the public transportation was inconvenient.

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    • 公共の交通機関では不便だから、レンタカーを借りてその街をあちこち見てまわるのはどうだろ う、とトムは言った。

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  • 8

    Everyone should be free to decide when to get married and whether to have children.

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    • いつ結婚するか、子供を産むか産まないかは、各人の自由な判断によるべきだ。

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  • 9

    It is impossible to predict where and when there will be a major earthquake.

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    • 大地震がいつどこで起こるかは予測不可能だ。

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  • 10

    Tom insisted that everything would be all right, but I couldn't help feeling worried.

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    • トムは万事うまくいくと言い張ったが、私は心配で仕方なかった。

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  • 11

    It never occurred to me that my remark might hurt her feelings.

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    • 僕の発言が彼女を傷つけるなんて思いもしなかった。

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  • 12

    "Tom, dinner is ready." "OK, Mom. I'm coming ."

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    • 「トム、ごはんですよ」 「わかった。すぐ行くよ」

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  • 13

    I'll call you when I get to Narita Airport.

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    • 成田空港に着いたら、電話します。

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  • 14

    If you take the train to Tokyo Disneyland from here, you have to change three times.

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    • ここから東京ディズニーランドまで電車で行くなら、 3回も乗り換えが必要になります。

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  • 15

    I've decided to look for a job abroad when I graduate from college.

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    • 大学を卒業したら海外で仕事を探すことに決めている。

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  • 16

    This dryer doesn't work.Something seems to be wrong with it.

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    • このドライヤー、動かないわ。壊れたみたい。

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  • 17

    The best thing about my stay with an American family was that the parents treated me just like their daughter.

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    • アメリカでのホームステイで一番うれしかったことは、ホストファミリーの両親が私を自分の娘のように扱ってくれたことです。

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  • 18

    I lived in Canada for three years when I was in my teens because my father was transferred there.

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    • 10代の頃、父の仕事の関係でカナダに3年間住んだことがある。

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  • 19

    The Internet is widely used, so sales of personal computers have been rapidly increasing over the last few years.

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    • インターネットの普及とともに、ここ数年、パソコンの売り上げが急速に伸びている。

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  • 20

    I've often heard Tom boast that he is very good at swimming, but I've never actually seen him swim.

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    • トムが水泳の名人だと自慢するのをたびたび聞いたことがあるが、実際に泳いでいるところを見たことがない。

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  • 21

    It has been only a week since I began a part-time job at a convenience store, but I'm already used to it.

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    • コンビニでアルバイトを始めてから1週間にしかならないが、もうすっかり仕事に慣れた。

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  • 22

    When I got on the train this morning, I couldn't find an empty seat.

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    • 今朝電車に乗ったとき、空いた席が見つからなかった。 

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  • 23

    I'm not wearing glasses now, so I can't make out what the sign says.

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    • 今はめがねをかけていないので、あの標示に何と書いてあるのかわかりません。

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  • 24

    Less than twenty-four hours after I return to my hometown, without realizing it, I start to talk in the local dialect.

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    • 私は、故郷に帰れば24時間もしないうちに、自然と地元の方言を話している。

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  • 25

    Humans learn to express what they think by the age of five or six.

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    • 人間は5~6歳になる頃には、思ったことを表現できる能力を持つようになる。

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  • 26

    Thanks to the map you drew me the other day,I managed to get here without getting lost.

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    • 先日描いてもらった地図のおかげで、迷わずにここまで来ることができました。

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  • 27

    Last summer I took two weeks off, and went on a trip to Europe with my wife.

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    • この夏に2週間の休みをとり、妻とヨーロッパ旅行に行きました。

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  • 28

    Bob had changed a lot, so when I saw him at a class reunion, I didn't recognize him.

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    • ボブはずいぶんと変わっていたので、このまえクラス会で会ったときに彼だとわからなかった。

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  • 29

    When I visited my hometown for the first time in twenty years, I found that it was no longer what it used to be.

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    • 20年ぶりに訪れた故郷はすっかり変わってしまい、昔の面影をとどめていなかった。

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  • 30

    I stayed up till four last night preparing for the math lesson, so I feel very sleepy.

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  • 31

    I've finished reading the novel I borrowed from the library yesterday, so now I hav nothing to do.

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  • 32

    If you had taken this medicine and stayed in bed, you would probably have got well in two or three days.

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  • 33

    The teacher says that we should wait here for a while because if we left now, we might get caught in a thunderstorm on the way.

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  • 34

    People wish they could live forever and never become older. However, if this wish came true, there would be too many people on the earth.

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  • 35

    Ann looks happy. Something good must have happened to her.

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  • 36

    If you have been to old European cities, you must have been impressed by the beautiful streets.

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  • 37

    Without fossil fuels such as oil and coal, the history of the 20th century would have been completely different.

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  • 38

    Some students coming to the library act as if they are in a coffee shop.

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  • 39

    When I was a child, I often wished my house were a little larger.

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  • 40

    I'd like to work as a volunteer helping victims of natural disasters, such as floods or earthquakes.

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  • 41

    Tom has nice drums, and he never lets anyone else play them.

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  • 42

    At first I thought Tom was joking, but later I realized he was serious.

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  • 43

    Last Sunday I tried making some Italian food for the first time, and it was delicious.

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  • 44

    Some people say that they don't like summer because it is so hot that they don't feel like doing anything. However, I like the heat of summer because I can swim in the sea.

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  • 45

    James came to Japan eight years ago not only because he wanted to visit temples, but also because he had a Japanese girlfriend.

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  • 46

    I am against human cloning. That is because it could cause duplication of dictators.

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  • 47

    The graph shows that in Japan the birth rate has been decreasing since 1985. This decrease is partly because it costs a lot of money to raise children.

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  • 48

    I apologized to Ann for being late, but she didn't forgive me.

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  • 49

    During the math class, my cell phone began to ring, and the teacher severely scolded me I regretted that I hadn't turned it off.

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  • 50

    I'm so busy doing the housework every day that I have no time to see a movie.

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  • 51

    This wooden desk is too heavy for me to carry upstairs alone.

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  • 52

    While traveling in Europe, I was disappointed that wherever I went, there were many Japanese tourists.

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  • 53

    I was very happy when I saw my mother going to work wearing the earrings I had bought her.

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  • 54

    If you expect that schools only teach academic subjects, then this proves that you don't understand what schools are for.

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  • 55

    Most Japanese people spend most of their time working to live.

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  • 56

    Japanese people usually express their feelings as indirectly as possible so that they won't offend others.

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  • 57

    Whether a college is good or bad depends not only on how many books its library has and how good they are. It also depends on how intelligent its teachers and students are.

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  • 58

    The increase in the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is closely connected with global warming.

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  • 59

    The more modern civilization advances, the longer we are forced to stay up at night the less sleep we get.

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  • 60

    Doctors and teachers are alike in that both of them deal not with things but with people.

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  • 61

    Professional baseball is far more exciting at a stadium than on TV.

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  • 62

    This motorbike is about twice as expensive in the U.K. as in Japan.

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  • 63

    Just because young people today read less than they used to, it doesn't always follow that they are less eager to learn.

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  • 64

    Frankly speaking, the entrance exams I took yesterday were far more difficult than I had expected.

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  • 65

    A lot of people have personal computers, but very few of them know how to use them effectively.

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  • 66

    A lot of housewives complain that prices are too high.

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  • 67

    In some countries people have too much food, while in others tens of thousands of children are starving.

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  • 68

    Don't forget to turn off the air conditioner before you go to bed, or you'll catch a cold.

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  • 69

    There is a saying that a cold can cause a variety of diseases. Take care not to catch a cold.

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  • 70

    On the Internet, you can exchange thoughts and ideas with people a over the world regardless of their age, sex, or nationality.

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  • 71

    However much exercise you get, you won't lose weight unless you count your calories.

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  • 72

    Although you believe you know a word, you may learn something new if you look it up in the dictionary.

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  • 73

    Some Japanese tourists lack common sense and carry a lot of cash in their backpockets.

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  • 74

    In order to stay healthy, you should have a balanced diet and get regular exercise.

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  • 75

    If you live in a developing country for a while, you have an opportunity to look at Japan from a different point of view.

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  • 76

    It is not until you go abroad that you realize how many neon lights there are in big Japanese cities.

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  • 77

    It is a pity that many Japanese people mistakenly believe that they have only to speak English to be internationally-minded.

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  • 78

    It is surprising that many Americans don't care how you pronounce English as long as they can understand what you are trying to say.

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  • 79

    The best things you can do to protect nature are to reduce garbage and to use environmentally friendly products.

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  • 80

    It is said that seven out of ten young Japanese people don't believe in religion.

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  • 81

    Ways of greeting vary from country to country. In Japan bowing is more common than shaking hands.

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  • 82

    Hamamatsu is located east of Lake Hamana, which is famous for its beautiful scenery and delicious fish.

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  • 83

    Quite a few elderly women look down on their husbands, who cannot do anything by themselves and ask too much of them.

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  • 84

    The movie theater is about twenty minutes' walk from here, but it takes only five minutes to get there by subway.

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  • 85

    It cost ten thousand yen to have this bike repaired.

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  • 86

    There are four people in my family. Our apartment is on the fifth floor of this building.

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  • 87

    The tendency for young people to believe everything that is printed is nothing new.

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  • 88

    When I was studying in Paris, a famous painter bought me a meal at a first-class restaurant.

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  • 89

    Tom finally realized his dream of becoming an astronaut, but at the expense of many other things.

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  • 90

    If city life gives you stress and fatigue, it is best to relax in the mountains or on beaches in order to relieve them.

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  • 91

    In Japan, women have difficulty getting promoted or returning to their jobs after giving birth and raising their children.

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  • 92

    In the U.S., parents drive their children everywhere until they are old enough to get a driver's license.

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  • 93

    Excuse me. Could you tell me how to get to the post office?" "Go straight for two blocks, then turn left. You'll find it on your right."

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  • 94

    What do you think of our new teacher?" "There is something about her that attracts me."

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  • 95

    People who don't feel guilty about occupying two seats on a crowded train really make me angry.

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  • 96

    Everyone is born with a talent. The question is whether they can find it or not.

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  • 97

    When I left the office for lunch, I ran into an old friend from high school.

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  • 98

    This music is worth listening to over and over again. I recommend it.

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  • 99

    Teeth play an important part in your health. If you want to stay healthy you should brush your teeth after every meal.

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  • 100

    Bear in mind that if you have enthusiasm, you can succeed in anything.

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