IN THIS LESSON, YOU WILL
2. Talk about Brazilian money.ブラジルの通貨について話しましょう。
3. Report an incident to the police.警察に事件を報告しましょう。
STEP A EXERCISE
Choose the correct words in the parentheses.
- My phone (stole / was stolen) yesterday.
- (Speaking / To speak) to a representative, press 1.
- The metal (one / ones) is 10 centavos.
- (Watch out / Show up) for pickpockets and purse-snatchers.
STEP B EXERCISE
Are the underlined parts grammatically correct? If not, correct them.
1. The one with two kinds of metal are 1 real.
2. The paper one is 10 reais.
3. His house robbed by an unidentified man.
4. His car was hit by a motorcycle last week.
You and your friend are traveling to Brazil next month. You are researching about the country to prepare for your trip.
Read the travel advisory.
- phrasal verbs句動詞
Brazil Travel Advisory
The Japanese government would like to remind its citizens about the risk of traveling to certain parts of Brazil due to increasing reports of crime.
In Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo, there have been numerous cases of armed robberies and street thefts. Japanese tourists are advised to watch out for gang members and stay away from favelas. It is best to stay in safe areas and to store valuables in hotel room safes.
Japanese travelers are advised to report stolen passports and any other issues to local police immediately.
For further information, please contact the Japanese Embassy in Brasilia.
- What have there been numerous cases of in Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo?
- armed robberies and street thefts
- traffic accidents
- What should Japanese travelers do if their passports are stolen?
- store them in hotel room safes
- report it immediately
- Who should Japanese travelers contact if they want more information?
- the Japanese Embassy in Rio de Janeiro
- the Japanese Embassy in Brasilia
You and your friend are at the airport in Brazil. You just exchanged your money for some Brazilian reais and were surprised by how colorful they are.
Ask your friend how much the different Brazilian coins and bills are.
- (adjective) + one(s)形容詞＋もの（複数形）
- one(s) + with (noun)もの（複数形）＋with名詞
Report the incident to a police officer at the airport. Tell him/her that some of your friend’s personal belongings, including her passport and phone, were inside the stolen bag.
- passive voice受動態
Prepare for your trip. Then, while in Brazil, ask for help from the police.旅行の準備をしましょう。そしてブラジルの旅行中、警察に助けを求めましょう。
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