6-8 “Newspapers and Magazines”

Module 6, Unit 8

“Newspapers and Magazines”

Base Sentences (856-870)

856 I sent in a subscription to that magazine. It’s put out every week.

856 私はその雑誌へのサブスクリプションで送信。これは、毎週出している。

857 If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be delivered to your door.

857 あなたが新聞にサブスクライブ場合、それはあなたのドアに配信ことでしょう。

858 I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the headlines.

858 私は全体のペーパーを読んでいない。私はちょうど見出しをちらっと見た。

859 The first chapter of the story is in this issue of the magazine.

859 物語の最初の章では、雑誌のこの号である。

860 I haven’t seen the latest issue of the magazine. Is it out yet?

860 私は、雑誌の最新号を見ていない。それはまだ出ますか?

861 What’s the total circulation of this newspaper?

861 この新聞の総発行部数は何ですか?

862 I’m looking for the classified section. Have you seen it?

862 私は分類されたセクションを探しています。あなたはそれを見たことがありますか?

863 My brother-in-law is a reporter on The New York Times staff.

863 私の義理の兄弟は、ニューヨーク·タイムズのスタッフの記者です。

864 There was an article in today’s paper about the election.

864 選挙に関する今日の新聞に記事がありました。

865 There wasn’t much news in the paper today.

865 紙に多くのニュース、今日はありませんでした。

866 How long have you been taking this magazine?

866 どのくらいの期間、この雑誌を取っている?

867 Did you read the article about the rescue of the two fishermen?

867 次の2つの漁師の救助についての記事を読んでいましたか?

868 Why don’t you put an advertisement in the paper to sell your car?

868 なぜあなたはあなたの車を販売するために紙に広告を入れてはいけません?

869 I got four replies to my ad about the bicycle for sale.

869 私は販売のための自転車についての私の広告に4返事を得た。

870 My son has a newspaper route. He delivers the morning paper.

870 私の息子は新聞のルートを持っています。彼は、朝刊を提供します。

Verb Study

1. send (sent, sends, sending) in

(A) I sent in a subscription to that magazine. (B) When are you going to send your subscription in? (C) He sends in his subscription to the same magazine every year. (D) I’m sending in a subscription to my favorite magazine. (A)私はその雑誌へのサブスクリプションで送られた。 (B)のときには、で、サブスクリプションを送信するつもりですか? (C)彼は毎年同じ雑誌に彼のサブスクリプションに送信されます。 (D)私は私のお気に入りの雑誌へのサブスクリプションに送っている。

2. subscribe (subscribed, subscribing) to

(A) If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be delivered to your door. (B) I subscribed to the paper last week. (C) If you had subscribed to the paper, it would have been delivered to you every day. (D) I’m subscribing to the paper so it will be delivered to my door every morning. あなたは新聞を購読している場合(A)は、それがあなたのドアに配信されます。 (B)私は先週、紙にサブスクライブ。あなたは紙を購読していた場合(C)、それが毎日あなたに配信されたであろう。それは毎朝私のドアに配信することができるようになる(D)私は紙に購読しています。

3. glance (glanced, glancing) at

(A) I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the headlines. (B) She glances at the headlines before she goes to work. (C) After we had glanced at the headlines, we went to work. (D) I’m glancing at the headlines now. (A)私は、全体の紙を読んでいませんでした。私はちょうど見出しをちらっと見た。 (B)の見出しで彼女は視線、彼女が仕事に行く前に。我々は見出しをちらっと見た後(C)、我々は仕事に行きました。 (D)私は今、見出しをちらっと見ています。

4. sell (sold, sells, selling)

(A) Why don’t you put an ad in the paper to sell your car? (B) I already sold my car. I sold it last week. (C) She sells her old car each year and gets a new one. (D) I’m selling my old phonograph and radio. (A)は、なぜあなたはあなたの車を販売するために紙に広告を入れてはいけません? (B)私はすでに私の車を販売しました。私は先週、それを売却した。 (C)彼女は毎年彼女の古い車を販売しており、新しいものを取得します。 (D)私は私の古い蓄音機やラジオを販売しています。

5. publish (published, publishing), put out

(A) This newspaper is published every day. (B) Some magazines are put out every week, and others are published once a month. (C) He decided against publishing his novel at this time. (D) That’s a large publishing company. They’ve put out many books on education. (A)この新聞は毎日発行されます。 (B)一部の雑誌は毎週出しており、他のものは月に一度発行されています。 (C)彼はこの時点で彼の小説を出版し、反対することを決めた。 (D)それは大規模な出版社です。彼らは、教育に多くの本を出してきました。

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a I sent in a subscription to that magazine, It’s put out every week .

1b I sent in a subscription to that magazine, It’s published every week .

1c I sent in a subscription to that magazine, It’s released every week .

1d I sent in a subscription to that magazine, It’s printed every week .

1e I sent in a subscription to that magazine, It’s issued every week .

2a If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be delivered to your door .

2b If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be left at your door .

2c If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be dropped off at your door .

2d If you subscribe to the newspaper, it’ll be brought to your door.

3a I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the headlines .

3b I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the sports page .

3c I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the front page .

3d I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the comic strips .

3e I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the editorial .

3f I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the society page .

3g I didn’t read the whole paper. I just glanced at the comics .

4a The first chapter of the story is in this issue of the magazine .

4b The first installment of the story is in this issue of the magazine .

4c The first part of the story is in this issue of the magazine .

5a I haven’t seen the latest issue of the magazine. Is it out yet ?

5b I haven’t seen the latest issue of the magazine. Is it on the newsstands ?

5c I haven’t seen the latest issue of the magazine. Is it out already ?

5d I haven’t seen the latest issue of the magazine. Is it on sale now ?

6a What’s the total circulation of this newspaper ?

6b What’s the total circulation of this publication ?

6c What’s the total circulation of this weekly magazine ?

6d What’s the total circulation of this journal ?

6e What’s the total circulation of this newsletter ?

7a I’m looking for the classified section. Have you seen it?

7b I’m looking for the amusement section. Have you seen it?

7c I’m looking for the business section. Have you seen it?

7d I’m looking for the book review section. Have you seen it?

7e I’m looking for the editorial section. Have you seen it?

8a My brother-in-law is a reporter on The New York Times staff .

8b My brother-in-law is a copy editor on The New York Times staff .

8c My brother-in-law is a feature writer on The New York Times staff .

8d My brother-in-law is a linotype operator on The New York Times staff .

9a There was an article in today’s paper about the election .

9b There was an article in today’s paper about the flood .

9c There was an article in today’s paper about the earthquake .

9d There was an article in today’s paper about the bank robbery .

9e There was an article in today’s paper about the disaster at sea .

10a There wasn’t much news in the paper today .

10b There wasn’t much news on the radio this morning .

10c There wasn’t much news on TV tonight .

10d There wasn’t much news in the press release this afternoon .

11a How long have you been taking this magazine ?

11b How long have you been subscribing to this magazine ?

11c How long have you been getting this magazine ?

11d How long have you been receiving this magazine ?

11e How long have you been reading this magazine ?

12a Did you read the article about the rescue of the two fishermen ?

12b Did you read the article about the forest fire in Virginia ?

12c Did you read the article about the pedestrian that was killed ?

12d Did you read the article about the New Year celebrations ?

13a Why don’t you put an advertisement in the paper to sell your car ?

13b Why don’t you put an advertisement in the paper to sell your phonograph ?

13c Why don’t you put an advertisement in the paper to sell your lawn furniture ?

14a I got four replies to my ad about the bicycle for sale .

14b I got four responses to my ad about the bicycle for sale .

14c I got four answers to my ad about the bicycle for sale .

15a My son has a newspaper route . He delivers the morning paper .

15b My son has a part-time job . He delivers the morning paper .

15c My son has a job after school . He delivers the morning paper .

15d My son has a job on Saturdays . He delivers the morning paper .

Reading Practice

The American humorist, Will Rogers, used to say, “All I know is what I read in the newspapers”. This was an exaggeration for humorous purposes, but it is true that newspapers are an important source of information. アメリカのユーモア作家、ウィル”私が知っているすべては私が新聞で読んだものである”と言うために使用ロジャース、。これは、ユーモラスな目的のために誇張だったが、新聞は重要な情報源であることは事実である。

Many people begin their day by reading the paper. In this way they learn what is going on in the world. Sometimes, however, they don’t have time to read the news carefully and must be satisfied with a quick look at the front page; at other times they may be in such a hurry that they have time only to glance at the headlines. 多くの人が紙を読むことによって自分の一日の始まり。このように彼らは世界で何が起こっているかを学びます。しかし、時には、彼らは慎重にニュースを読むための時間を持っていないと、フロントページで簡単に見に満足されている必要があり、他の時間に彼らが見出しを一瞥するだけの時間を持っていることをそんなに急いであってもよい。

There are newspapers to satisfy every reader. In the big cities there are many types of papers, with several different editions every day. In small towns there are fewer newspapers and perhaps only one edition, each day. In some areas the paper is printed weekly. すべての読者を満足させるの新聞があります。大都市での論文の多くの種類は毎日、いくつかの異なるエディションで、そこにある。小さな町では少なく、新聞やおそらく唯一つのエディション、毎日があります。一部の地域では紙は毎週印刷されます。

Most newspapers have several sections, especially on Sundays when the edition is larger than usual. There are, in addition to the front page with the most important news, the sports section, the society page, the comics, the amusement section, a business page, and the editorials. ほとんどの新聞は特に版は通常よりも大きい場合、日曜日には、いくつかのセクションがあります。最も重要なニュース、スポーツ欄、社会ページ、コミック、アミューズメントセクション、ビジネスページ、と社説でフロントページのほかに、あります。

Another type of publication which helps keep the population informed is the magazine. Some magazines are published weekly; others are put out monthly. 人口が知らせておくのに役立ちます出版物の別のタイプの雑誌です。いくつかの雑誌は毎週公開されているが、その他は毎月出している。

There are news magazines, literary magazines, and magazines for such special interests as photography, sports, art, and music. ニュース雑誌、文芸雑誌、写真、スポーツ、芸術、音楽などの特別な利害関係のための雑誌があります。

Some are primarily for men, others for women, and there is a selection of children’s magazines, too. In the United States, there are publications for every taste and interest. いくつかは、女性のための男性の、他人のために主にあり、子供たちの雑誌の選択もございます。米国では、すべての味と関心のための出版物があります。

Questions

1. What is the function of a newspaper?

2. Why is a newspaper important?

3. Name three sections of a newspaper.

4. What is the purpose of headlines?

5. Name three types of magazines.

6. What magazines do you read? What newspapers do you read?

Word List

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