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和訳と選択をお願いします 長くなってすみません(>_<) Air does not seem to have any weight because people can't feel it on their hands and heads. It isn't very heavy, but there is so much of it above the earth that it does weigh a great deal. Some people who have studied the air say that it goes 200 miles above the earth. The air does weigh about 15 pounds on every square inch of house and of every person's body. It( 1 ) many tons on even a small house. The reason this great weight doesn't crush a house is that there is air inside the house. The air inside pushes out with just the same force that the air outside pushes down. There is a weight of 150 pounds under it ( 2 ) , so that the person does not feel any weight at all. It is this great weight of the air up above( 3 ) makes the air on the earth move about in winds. Land gets cold and hot so easily that the winds on land change often. The mountains and rivers and lakes on the land change the direction of the winds. On the ocean the wind does not get hot or cold very fast. Water in great bodies like the ocean does not get warm very quickly in the summer, and there are no mountains in the ocean to turn the winds aside. The winds on the ocean blow steadily from ( 4 ) direction for a long time. (1)1 .amounts to 2.adds to 3.fails to 4. brings to (2)1.pushing open 2.pressing up 3.hanging over 4.pulling down (3)1. this 2.that 3. lest 4.it (4)1.another 2.other 3.one 4. many


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空気には重さがないように思えます、なぜならば、人々は手や頭に重さを感じることができないからです。空気はあまり重くありません、しかし、地球上には空気が大量にあるので、それの重さは大変なものになります。空気を研究した人々の中には、空気は地上200マイルに達すると言う人もあります。空気は、実際、家やあらゆる人の体の1平方インチあたり約15ポンドの重さがあります。それは、合計すると小さな家でさえ何トンにも達します。この大きな重量が家を押しつぶさない理由は、空気が家の内部にもあるからです。内部の空気は、外気が押し下げるまさに同じ力で押し戻しているのです。その下では、150ポンドの重量が、上へ押し上げているのです、その結果、人はまったく少しの重さも感じないのです。地球上の空気を風として動き回らせているのが、この上空にある空気の大きな重量なのです。陸地は、とても簡単に冷たくなったり暑くなったりするので、陸上の風は、しばしば変化します。陸上では山や川や湖が、風の方向を変えます。海上では、風はあまり速く熱くなったり冷たくなったりしません。海のような大量の水は、夏でもあまり速く暖かくなりませんし、風の向きを変える山も海にはありません。海の風は、長い間1つの方向から安定して吹きます。 (1) 1. amounts to (2) 2. pressing up (3) 2. that (4) 3. one





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