Question No. 14
M： Where are you going in such a hurry?
W： I’m taking a DVD back to the rental shop.
M： I need to talk to you about our homework.
W： Sorry, but this has to be there before noon. I’ve got to run!
M： No problem. I’ll call you later.
Question No. 15
W： This coffee is too strong!
W： Yeah, is the machine broken?
M： No, it seems fine.
W： What could the problem be?
M： Hmm… I don’t know. I did what you told me to do.
W： What exactly did you do?
M： I put 40 grams of coffee for each cup.
W： No, I said 14!
Question No. 16
W： May I help you?
M： I left my glasses on the train yesterday.
W： On which train?
M： The four o’clock bound for Tokyo.
W： What do they look like?
M： They have round lenses with black frames.
W： Can you fill out this form? We’ll contact you if someone brings them in.
Questions No. 17 to 19
W： What are you working on?
M： My presentation for next week.
W： Oh, it’s about the London Paralympics.
M： Yeah. I made this chart showing the number of participants from each country and the number of medals they won. Great Britain had 294 athletes and won 120 medals.
W： Wow! How about countries with fewer athletes?
M： Well, Japan and Spain sent just over 130 athletes ― Japan won 16 medals, and Spain, 42.
W： Spain and France had similar results, but France won three more medals.
M： Right. I’m surprised about Ukraine though. They sent only 17 more participants than Spain, but they won twice as many medals.
W： Interesting. France and Germany had almost the same number of athletes, but they didn’t do as well as Ukraine.
M： Well, Germany did better than France.
W： Wow! They won 152 medals!
W： Oh, sorry. That’s the number of participants. They got 66.
M： Anyway, this is what I’ll talk about.
【解答】2015年度 本試験 第３問
問14 ③ 問15 ③ 問16 ①
問17 ③ 問18 ④ 問19 ⑥