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1 2013 年 度 青 山 学 院 高 等 部 一 般 入 学 試 験 問 題 英 語 始 まりのブザーが 鳴 るまでページをめくってはいけません 下 記 の 注 意 事 項 に 目 を 通 しておいてください 問 題 用 紙 は 1 ページから 12 ページまであるので 始 まりのブザー が 鳴 ったらすぐに 確 認 すること 解 答 はすべて 別 紙 の 解 答 用 紙 に 記 入 すること とじてある 問 題 用 紙 をばらばらにしたり 一 部 を 切 り 取 ったり しないこと どの 問 題 から 解 き 進 めてもよい 終 了 のブザーが 鳴 ったら 筆 記 用 具 を 置 くこと 解 答 用 紙 のみを 提 出 し 問 題 冊 子 は 持 ち 帰 ってもかまわない

2 . A D 1. What class does Mark have next? A. P.E. B. English C. Math D. History 2. What time will the students practice? A. 1:00 B. 1:30 C. 2:00 D. 2:30 3. How is the weather in the south this afternoon? A. rainy B. windy C. cloudy D. sunny 4. When is John s birthday party? A. Wednesday B. Thursday C. Friday D. Saturday 5. Where is Erika? A. at home C. at a shop B. at school D. at a restaurant 6. What are the students waiting for? A. a car B. a taxi C. a train D. a bus 7. How much will it cost to send the box? A. $5.80 B. $5.20 C. $10 D. $4.20 1

3 8. What will the man have for lunch with his cheeseburger? A. coke, apple pie B. coke, fries C. coke, fries, apple pie D. fries, apple pie 9. Where are the students going tomorrow on their school trip? A. a bank B. a shopping mall C. a beach D. an old town 10. Why are the students having a party for Ken? A. It s his birthday. B. He ll leave the school. C. He s going on holiday. D. He passed a test. 11. What is the woman s address? A. 70 Beverley Way C. 70 Veberley Way B. 17 Beverley Way D. 17 Veberley Way 12. Where does the speaker work? A. in a clothes shop B. in a furniture shop C. in a shoe shop D. in a camera shop 13. Why is John angry? A. The neighbors are noisy. C. He has an important test. B. He doesn t like rock music. D. The light is broken. 14. What does the woman want to know? A. where the man lives B. how long the bus will take C. where the train station is D. when the next bus will come 15. What did the woman like about the movie? A. the jokes B. the music C. the story D. the special effects 2

4 . Tokyo is bigger Kyoto. bigger than Kyoto 1. It is very important for them understand the culture of other countries. 2. Could you tell me to get to the train station? 3. Luckily, we able to eat at my favorite restaurant yesterday. 4. There are many books on the table as you have in your bookcase. 5. She always cleans her teeth before to bed. 6. If you ever Canada again, please come and stay with us. 7. I d like to know most interesting book you have ever read. 8. This is a photo which was of us when we arrived at the party. 9. I want to enjoy my work, so I d like a job which will me happy. 10. Which area of Tokyo are you living in the moment? 3

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6 . Until how old would you like to live? 79, the average lifespan for a Japanese man? Or seven years more than that, the average lifespan for a Japanese woman? 100? Or even longer? A French woman, Jeanne Calment, started skating at the age of 85, appeared in her first movie at 114, and held a concert in her neighborhood on her 121 st birthday. Some scientists in the past said that humans couldn t live past 110, but Calment lived until she was 122 years and 164 days old. Here in Japan, 73-year-old Tamae Watanabe became the oldest woman ever to climb Mount Everest in Nepal. It was her second successful climb of the mountain in ten years. She is a very active elderly woman, and ア she is not finished yet. If I keep exercising every day, I think I can continue hiking for ten more years, she says. At the age of 101, a famous Japanese doctor works full time, teaches university students, and writes books. He only sleeps five hours a day and eats very healthily. He travels both in Japan and abroad イ about / many / to / work / times / his / talk a year. How is this possible? Now, some researchers are working on a new medicine. Thanks to this medicine, mice can live 50 percent longer. So if the average human lifespan is about 80 years, adding this extra amount would get you to ウ. Other scientists working on new research say it may be possible to live even longer than that. Some scientists have suggested that there is no limit, and that people could live to 200, 300, or even 500 years old. However, many other scientists in this area エ are doubtful about this and say the human body is just not really designed to last much longer than 100 years. Even with healthier lifestyles and less disease, they say the brain and the heart can only work for a limited amount of time. Some scientists think the super-aged people may have a good life. On the other hand, others have a different opinion. Even if you pass the age of 100, オ enough / have / will / healthy / to / be / you a good life? The number of years you live isn t something that is decided when you are born, by God or by anybody else. It is very interesting to know how long humans can live, but maybe it is more important to think about how you live your life. As the famous doctor in Japan says, カ Don t add age to your life; add life to your age. 5

7 1. A. She hasn t reached the top of Mount Everest yet. B. It takes her a long time to climb a mountain. C. She is going to continue to live an active life. D. She will retire when she is 83 years old. A. If you take care of your health, you can live longer. B. If you live for a long time, your life becomes better. C. Having a long life depends on both your good actions and the bad ones. D. Having a good life depends on how much effort you are willing to make A. 80 B. 120 C. 130 D A. believe that something you want will happen B. think only about the bad side of something C. have a different idea about something D. confuse the meaning with something else 5. A. Live Long or Live Better? B. Science Makes Our Lives Better C. No Limit for Human Life D. A Healthier Lifestyle or a Longer Life? 6

8 6. A. Some scientists think there is a limit to how long a person s heart can continue working. B. Jeanne Calment lived longer than the average lifespan for a Japanese woman. C. Tamae Watanabe first climbed Mount Everest when she was 73 years old. D. God decides how long you are going to live before you are born. E. The famous Japanese doctor continues to travel both in his own country and to other countries. F. Some mice have lived until they are nearly 80 years old in science experiments. G. Sleeping for a short time is not good for your lifespan. 7

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10 . Have you ever heard the phrase sports psychology? Psychology is a science that studies the mind and how it influences people s actions, and the people who study psychology are called psychologists. Sports psychology helps athletes, or teams, to get better results. Chris Carr is a sports psychologist, and he helped the USA diving team in the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing in He believes that sports psychology plays a very important role in helping athletes to get ready for the Olympic moment. Is sports psychology limited to professional players? 1 In fact, we can see that sports psychology is used at all levels of sport. For example, the members of the sports psychology program in John F. Kennedy University, California, USA, have worked with groups of athletes from schools and colleges in the local community, as well as Olympic athletes and professional teams. Sports psychology is used in more popular sports for example, soccer, golf, and tennis as well as in less well-known ones such as cricket and fencing. It is even used in non-sporting areas, including education and business. These advantages mean that it is growing quickly all over the world. Everybody knows that talent and physical skill are important in every athlete s success, but many people don t understand the importance of the mind and how we use it. In fact, the mind is a powerful factor in being successful in sports. By understanding the power of your mind and being able to use it to help you succeed, you can be a good sportsperson. Sports psychology can help your mind in many ways. For example, it can help you to set and achieve goals, keep your level of *motivation up, and manage the fear and the pressure of losing games. To be successful, you need to be able to build a 2 system for setting goals and reaching them. You may think that goal-setting is easy, but if you don t have a good model or teacher in this area, you will have to use a *trial-and-error approach to goal setting. 9

11 As a sportsperson, you need to understand your motivation. Most top players will tell you that they play their sport because they love to test their skills against other players. However, even the best athletes in the world sometimes lose their motivation. Sommer Christie, of the Canadian Sports Psychology Association, advises athletes how to keep their motivation up, even in the off-season. She says the off-season is the perfect time to keep practicing and to work on everything that makes you better. In addition to training the mind to win, some sports psychologists believe that knowing how to face losing games is also important. In the Summer Olympic Games in London in 2012, over 10,500 athletes tried to win a gold medal and only about 300 won. The others experienced the sadness or anger that comes with 3 failure. Jordan Metzl, a sports expert for young athletes in New York, says that the pressure of losing and the pain of the loss are very strong feelings which athletes have to manage. He thinks it is impossible to get ready for this loss, and believes that thinking about only winning during a game is a more important part of an athlete s psychology. Peter Haberl, senior psychologist on Team USA for the mental care of its top Olympic athletes, takes a different approach. He believes you cannot take away thoughts of losing. So he gives athletes support to face the loss, and to understand that losing and winning are both part of the athlete s experience. One of the wonderful points of sports psychology is that it works both on and off the field. It helps you to become more confident. All successful players know that when they are confident, their chances for success are much higher. Feeling confident leads you to challenge more, and to reach your best results. The way of building your self-confidence in sports psychology can help you to get more power both in sports and in your life. Also, sports psychology is useful not only for each player or person but also for a team. Anytime you have a group of people together, differences in personal characters and goals can lead to argument or fighting. If you don t have the same goals and understanding of one another, you will see a decrease in your team s success. You can use this basic idea of sports psychology in order to make your communication skills better, to take leadership, and to work together better as a group in your life at home, at school, or in your office. Notes: *motivation = *trial-and-error = 10

12 1. Which is the best phrase or sentence for 1? A. Of course. B. Yes, it is. C. Not at all. D. It depends. 2. What is true about the members of the sports psychology program in John F. Kennedy University? A. One of the members, Chris Carr, worked with Olympic athletes in Beijing. B. They helped the USA diving team in the Olympic Games in Beijing. C. They train college students in local sports teams to become Olympic athletes. D. They work with not only school kids but professional sports teams. 3. What is the most important thing in order to be a successful athlete? A. Developing your talent or physical skill. B. Using the power of the mind. C. Having a good model or teacher. D. We don t know from this reading. 4. What does 2 system mean in this reading? A. a time limit for training something B. a set of ideas, or a way of doing something C. a human or an animal body, or a part of it D. a school for sports psychologists 5. Why do top athletes play sports? A. In order to win a gold medal in the next Olympic Games. B. In order to become a better teacher of the sport they play. C. In order to compare their performance with other players. D. In order to improve the way they use trial-and-error. 11

13 6. What does 3 failure mean in this reading? A. not having the result you wanted B. not finishing at the right time C. not working as well as before D. not causing strong feelings 7. What is the main idea of Peter Haberl s approach? A. Being prepared for losing games is necessary. B. Thinking only about winning is very important. C. Knowing that your motivation is down is the key. D. Being self-confident gives you more power to win. 8. What is needed for a team to succeed? A. Powerful leaders. B. Winning experiences. C. Shared goals. D. Personal differences. 9. Who believes that training all through the year improves you? A. Chris Carr B. Sommer Christie C. Jordan Metzl D. Peter Haberl 10. What is NOT true about sports psychology? A. More and more people around the world now understand the advantages of sports psychology. B. Sports psychology is effective in various sports, including both well-known and less well-known ones. C. The basic ideas of sports psychology work not only in playing sports but in our everyday lives. D. Thanks to sports psychology, athletes no longer have to prepare for losing games. 12

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