• 締切済み
  • 困ってます

英語 次の質問に対する答えを答えなさい

次の質問に対する答えを(ア)~(オ)の中から選びなさい。 [1] Why is Anna Mary Robertson Moses calld “Grandma Moses”? [2] When was Grabdma Moses boen? [3] How many children did she raise? [4] What was the theme of her paintings? [5] How is the style of her paintings? 選択肢 (ア) She was born on September 7,1860. (イ) It's simple and clear. (ウ) Because she was more than eighty years old when she became famous. (エ) She bronght up five children. (オ) It was traditional American country life. 誤字や抜けてるところあるかもしれませんが よろしくお願いします。

共感・応援の気持ちを伝えよう!

  • 英語
  • 回答数1
  • ありがとう数0

みんなの回答

  • 回答No.1

[1] Why is Anna Mary Robertson Moses calld “Grandma Moses”? (ウ) Because she was more than eighty years old when she became famous. [2] When was Grabdma Moses born? (ア) She was born on September 7,1860. [3] How many children did she raise? (エ) She bronght up five children. [4] What was the theme of her paintings? (オ) It was traditional American country life. [5] How is the style of her paintings? (イ) It's simple and clear.

共感・感謝の気持ちを伝えよう!

関連するQ&A

  • 英語長文です。答えを教えてください。

    About fifteen years ago a little girl was sitting in a rusty wheelchair outside the central hospital of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. The girl had no legs and she was perhaps ten years old. Her name was Sofia. Today, Sofia is one of my closest and dearest friends.(1No one has taught me as much as she about the conditions of being human. )Nor has anyone taught me more about poor people's unprecedented power of resistance--those who are forced to survive at the bottom of society in a world we all share and inhabit :so unjust and brutal. It was early in the morning. Sofia and her sister were running along a small road in her village. Sofia knew very well that she and her sister should keep to the road. There was something she called (2earth crocodiles) buried in the ground by the side of the road and they could snap at you. The girls were running. Children play, as it is their given right, and they forget, which is also their given right. With her right foot Sofia accidentally stepped to the side of the road. She put her foot on a land mine. However, (3the mine had been placed in the ground in such a manner that the major part of the explosion that followed was directed at her sister Maria, )who died instantly. Sofia was brought to the hospital, drenched in her own blood. The doctor who took care of Sofia when she arrived at the hospital said, "Since she was so seriously damaged, we were hoping that Sofia would die along with her sister. Her legs torn apart, her chest blown to pieces, everything." Yet Sofia survived. She had greater strength than the entire military industrial complex that tried to take her life, which continues to hold the poor hostage, the poor who cannot defend themselves (4on equal terms. )Within her body and mind Sofia carried with her the strong will to ( 5 ) of the poor people of the world. Today, Sofia has become a symbol all around the world of the resistance against the usage of land mines. For many young people, she has become a heroine. She is a heroine for me as well. When I saw Sofia walk with her new artificial legs, I experienced profound happiness in my life. At that very moment I also claimed what would later be my, as well as Sofia's, motto in life. "It is never too late! Everything is still possible!" In an instant her life was blown apart, but she resisted and she fought back. Nothing could defeat her. What Sofia brings me is hope, hope for the future. Her (6indomitable) spirit cannot be broken. 問題 1.下線部(1)を日本語に直しなさい。 2.下線部(2)と同じものを具体的に表す語句を本文中からそのまま抜き出しなさい。ただし、単複数の別は問わないものとする。 3.下線部(3)を日本語に直しなさい。 4.下線部(4)の意味として最も適切なものを選びなさい。 (1)対等に (2)条件付きで (3)仲良く (4)同じ用語で 5.空所(5)に入れるのに最も適切なものを選びなさい。 (1) learn (2) walk (3) resist (4) play 6.下線部(6)の意味として最も適切なものを選びなさい。 (1)impossible to discourage (2) having an optimistic view of life (3) independent-minded (4) very friendly and helpful 7.本文の内容に合うものを2つ選びなさい。 (1)About fifteen years ago, the author visited the central hospital of Maputo to see one of his closest friends, Sofia . (2) It was quite natural for Sofia and her sister to forget about land mines buried in the ground while running along the road. (3) Sofia was so hopelessly injured that the medical staff at the hospital gave up doing anything to help her survive. (4) Among those around the world who are against using land mines, Sofia is admired as a symbol of resistance. (5) The author decided his motto in life on seeing Sofia walk with her new artificial legs.

  • 英語の文法チェックしてください、

    The second story “Girl” was more interesting to me. The story is like family motto from her mother to girl. This story imply that girl’s mother really love her children with extravagance. I can find her mother’s love, worry and many more feeling to her daughter. I like this story because this story has more adorable feelings. I believe that “white elephant” is more difficult than “Girl”, because that story is mostly consisted of conversation between them, however, that conversation makes me confused. It is not clear for me. The girl was mad first time, but she easily come back to good mood the end of the story. I wanted to see the process how she came back to good mood. I believe that “Girl” is not a real story. I guess that this story is talking about future’s children. In my opinion, the girls’ mother wants to have a girl baby in her future, so she is talking about how her children want to grow up when she have a girl baby,

  • 英語の質問です

    私はいまアメリカに住んでいて、今日理科の宿題がドカッと来たので助けが必要です。 「問題」 *Which term refers to the rate of change of motion? *As Sarah stood kness-deep in the ocean, she noted how high the waves came up on her compared to the day before. Which property of waves was Maria observing? *Porous duilding materials are often used on the surfaces in classrooms and restants because these surface tend to _______________ sound waves. * when doing work using simple machines, what happens when the effort distance is increased?

  • 英語質問

    以下の文章を和訳して頂きたいです。 かなり困って居ます><宜しくお願いします。 (1)I had a sister who had diabetes.She died when she was 39. If she had lived a century ago, she would have been dead by the age of 14. Had she been born today, she probably would have lived a full life because gene therapy would soon be able to replace her defective ganes. My parents told me Andrea had diabetes when I was a high school student in California. And later, I learned Andrea would have the disease forever and would be taking shots every day of her life so she could live. I knew it was serious. Without insulin, Andrea's cells would die even though she had plenty of suger in her blood. Each day she would measure her suger level and them inject insulin into her thigh. (2)Time passed, and I went to Colorado Callege. Andrea went to the University of Southern California. I think that USC was a good choice for her. She went to classes, parties, and maintained her California blonde good looks. She graduated, married a lawyer-to-be, adopted a child because of repeated miscarriages due to her diabetes, and got divorced-a typical American story except for the diabetes. (3)Andrea, along with the rest of my family, remainded in California while I was moving about the country getting an education, as well as being a wife and mother of two children. I settled on the opposite side of the country in Buffalo, New York. (4)One day Andrea came to Buffalo. We soon learned she was going blind. She told us that only an operation would help her eyes. Her physicians did not hold out much hope because of her lifelong treatment with inslin; although it had saved her life, it had also caused malfunctioning in her circulatory system. Her eyes were only part of the problem; her entire cardiovascular system was compromised. The operation, in fact, would be dangerous. (5)My sister was adament. She had tired going to classes designed to help patients who were going blind. She said she would rather be dead than blind. She was going forward with the operation, which would be in a couple of weeks. (6)Andrea died on the operating table at the age of 39. It was cardiac arrest, not an uncommon fate for diabetics whose cardiovascular systems were compromised. She had visited me to say goodbye-except I did not know it.

  • 英語

    1There are few places downtown for parking, ( ) is really a problem. アwhat イwhere ウwhich エwho 2Last winter I went to Korea, ( ) as warm as I had expected. アwhen wasn't イwhere it wasn't ウwhere wasn't エwhich it wasn't 3Last night Nancy told me about her new job in Tokyo, ( ) she appears to be enjoying very much. アwhich イwhere ウwhat エwhen 4We have two washing machines, ( ) are broken. アwhich of both イwhat of both ウboth of which エboth of what 5In the middle of the town, there stood a house, ( ) roof was brightly painted. アwhich イwhat ウof which エwhose 6Many people criticized me, but I did what ( ). アI thought I was right イI thought it was right ウI thought was right エI was thought right 7Yuriko is known for always saying ( ) comes to mind. アanymore イanything ウeveryone エwhatever 8It's not only her friends that Ms.Kimura is kind to. She helps ( ) needs her help. アwhatever イwho ウwhoever エwhom 9The hotel is really nice. Food is quite good and, ( ), the staff is friendly. 大体の問題は解答の目星がついていますが、4と7だけ、迷いました。4はwhichかbothか、7は何か決まり文句があった気がします。googleで調べましたら、whatever comes to mind があったので、解答はwhateverでしょうか。

  • 日本語訳で困っています。

    英語の日本語訳で困っています。誰か教えてください。お願いします。 (1)The writer clearly remembers how she was saved when she was two. (2)The writer's mother always watched her children carefully. (3)The writer's father wasn't at home when the writer had a near-death experience. (4)When the writer fell into the pool, her sister and her friend noticed but ignored her.

  • 英語

    1The reproduction of the broken vase was on ( ) at the museum. アstage イappearance ウdisplay エscreen 2It'll take him a month to get in ( ) for the next game. アshape イexercise ウtime エtrain 3She hates her new job. ( ) she does is run errands for her boss. アAll イWhatever ウOnly エHowever 4( ) divorced, her career as a writer might not have been possible. アIf she is イWithout her ウHad she not エShe and her husband 5It is high time I ( ). アbe going イwas going ウwill go エmust go 6She told me that since she had the flu, she couldn't go out with me, ( ) turned out to be a lie. アit イthat ウwhich エwhat 7Tom skipped college, working ( ) as a writer from the age of twenty until his death. アotherwise イafter ウ however エinstead 英作文 1人はたとえ法律を破ることになっても、自分が正しいと思うことをすべきだろうか 。 Should……even when it means breaking the law? 2予約を水曜から木曜に変えていただけますか。 Would you mind 3過去十年間、その国の経済は年平均3%の成長を遂げてきた。 Over the  past ten yeaqs, the country's economy has 選択肢で迷った問題です。 1The twin sisters look so much alike that I can't tell one from ( ). 1other 2another 3the other 4others 2I don't want ( ) of these two dresses. 3( ) students at this school come to school by bus. 1Most 2Almost 3Most of 4Almost of

  • 英語の質問です!

    これを訳してほしいです。 Elizabeth wanted to be accepted for what she was. 並べ替えよろしくお願いします。 when/free/them/done/was/was/her teaching work/read/to 回答お願いしますm(__)m

  • 次の問題の答えを教えてほしいです!!

    ☆1.~5.に続く最も適切なものをa.~e.から1つずつ選びなさい。 またそれぞれを日本文に直しなさい。 1.This is the book [           ]. 2.Yokohama is the city [           ]. 3.Don't put off till tomorrow [             ]. 4.Bill is the man [             ]. 5.The man [               ]. a.who arrives first every morning b.which I bought the other day c.what you can do today d.whom I met at the airport yesterday is her father e.whose population is the second largest in Japan ☆[              ]に入る最も適切なものをa.~d.から1つずつ選びなさい。 またそれぞれを日本文に直しなさい。 1.He is [                  ] a walking dictionary. 2.She is not [                  ] ten years ago. 3.He is handsome, [                    ], very smart. 4.Linda missed the train, [                ], lost her ticket. a.and what is more b.and what was worse c.what she was d.what is called お願いします!!

  • 英語の質問です!

    各文の()の中から間違いのある箇所を1つ見つけ、選んでください。解説もお願いします! He could see (by her face) (that) she (received) (a piece of good news). (Despite) those (differences), Susan has always been very (considerate) (with) her friends. She forget (bringing) her lunch. That's (why) she (was) late (for) my class this morning. This plant (is said) to be (possible) to live (without) water (for) many days.