**問題用紙**

**１９９３ ４級**

**文字・語彙**

**（１００点 ２５文）**

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**問題****Ⅱ ＿＿＿＿のことばはどうかきますか。１２３４からいちばんいいものをひとつえらびなさい。**

**Part II How do you write the word which is underlined. Please choose one best answer from 1 2 3 4.**

１． あめの日は、あぱあとのへやでおんがくをききます。

Hiragana : あめのひは あぱあとのへやでおんがくをききます。

Meaning : At the rainy day, I listens song in my room’s apartement.

１．あめ １．飴 2.雨 ３.偶 ４.母

Answer : ２

The answer is the second option which means rain. The fourth option means mother which is spelled haha. The first option has the same spelling as the answer which is ame but the meaning is candy where it is not suitable for the context of the sentence.

２．あぱあと１．マポート 2．アパート ３．マボート ４.アボート

Answer : 2

The right answer is the second option which is spelled as apaato means apartment. The first option is spelled as mapooto. The third option is spelled as mabooto and the last one is spelled as abooto.

３．ききます１．開けます ３．目きます 3.聞きます ４.耳きます

Answer : 3

The right answer is the third option. And the other choice are just the wrong options.

２． いいてんきですから、そとでたべましょう。

１．てんき１. 矢気 ２．大気 ３．夫気 4.天気

Answer : 4

The right answer is the fourth option. All of the answer ends with 気, and all the kanji starts with it is just the variation that can be misleading. The first option starts with 矢 (ya) which means for arrow if it stands by itself. The second option starts with 大 (tai,dai) which means for big if it stands by itself. The third option starts with 夫 which is spelled as otto. It means husband. All of those three kanji is not common to be combined with気 except the fourth option.

２．たべ1．食べ ２. 口べ ３. 善べ ４．養べ

Answer : 1

The first option is the right answer. The second one’s first kanji is口(kuchi) which means mouth. 善 is the third option which is spelled as zen that means virtue or goodness.

３． ことしのなつやすみには国からちちが来ます。

Hiragana :

ことしのなつやすみはくにからちちがきます。

Meaning :

This year’s summer holiday, my father come from the country.

１．ことし１．来年 ２．令年 ３.昨年 4.今年

Answer : 4

The fourth option is the right answer which means this year. The first option is spelled as rainen which means next year. The third option is spelled as sakunen which means last year.

２．やすみ１．体み ２.体すみ 3.休み ４．休す

Answer : 3

The right answer is the third option. The kanji which is written in the first and second option is a kanji for body体 (karada) if it is stands by itself. The fourth option is the right kanji but improper spelled or falsely written.

３．ちち １．又 2.父 ３．文 ４．交

Answer : 2

The second answer is the right answer. The other option is just a mislead since the form is quite the same. The first option which means also, again or and is spelled as mata. The third option is spelled as bun which means sentence. The last one is spelled as kou which means school.

４． がっこうがおわってから、えいがをみに行きます。

１．がっこう 1．学校 ２．学積 ３．学枚 ４．学穂

Answer : 1

The answer is the first one. All of the option starts with the same kanji which is 学 (gaku). It means learning, knowledge and when it is combined with the 校, it means school. The second option is spelled as gakuseki which means the school record, achievement. The third and fourth options is unlikely to be combined to be a jyukugo (kanji compound) or two or more kanji letters to be combined.

２．みに１．具に ２．自に ３．貝に 4．見に

Answer : 4

The fourth answer is the right one. All of the answer ends with に. But all of the first kanji letter looks all the same in all of the options besides the fourth option. The other options is just trying to mislead to get the right answer. Kanji 具 means tools, ingredients, means. The second option’s kanji, 自means self. The third option, 貝 which means shell, shellfish.