英会話タイピング

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投稿者きえふ プレイ回数1548 順位1993位
タイピング練習のついでに英会話も学習しましょう。
中学英語100からランダムに15の例文が抽出されます。
タイピング練習のついでに英会話も学習しましょう。
順位名前スコア称号打鍵/秒正誤率時間(秒)打鍵数ミス問題日付
1 たか 5554 A 5.9 94.4% 85.7 506 30 15 2019/11/17
2 Monica 5222 B+ 5.4 96.5% 78.7 426 15 15 2019/11/20
3 なっとうさまさま 4686 C++ 4.7 97.7% 92.6 444 10 15 2019/10/23
4 kuni 4283 C+ 4.3 99.5% 111.6 480 2 15 2019/10/25
5 まこ 3965 D++ 4.1 95.1% 126.1 527 27 15 2019/10/29

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問題文

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(Do you study English?>Yes, I do.)

Do you study English?>Yes, I do.

(Do you study English?>No, I do not.)

Do you study English?>No, I do not.

(I do not like soccer.)

I do not like soccer.

(What is this?>It is a bag.)

What is this?>It is a bag.

(English is easy.)

English is easy.

(What do you eat?>I eat sushi.)

What do you eat?>I eat sushi.

(How many dogs do you have?>I have two dogs.)

How many dogs do you have?>I have two dogs.

(Let's go to the park.)

Let's go to the park.

(Look at me.)

Look at me.

(Jack speaks English.)

Jack speaks English.

(Does Jack speak English?)

Does Jack speak English?

(She does not like music.)

She does not like music.

(She is my sister.)

She is my sister.

(What time is it?>It is eight o'clock.)

What time is it?>It is eight o'clock.

(What color do you like?>I like Red)

What color do you like?>I like Red

(Which is your favorite, baseball or soccer?)

Which is your favorite, baseball or soccer?

(Where is my cap?>It is on the desk.)

Where is my cap?>It is on the desk.

(Whose pen is this?>It is mine.)

Whose pen is this?>It is mine.

(I know him.)

I know him.

(I like her.)

I like her.

など

(I am watching TV.)

I am watching TV.

(Are you using a computer?)

Are you using a computer?

(What are you doing?>I am listening to music.)

What are you doing?>I am listening to music.

(Don't open the door.)

Don't open the door.

(Be careful.)

Be careful.

(I can swim well.)

I can swim well.

(Can you play the piano?>Yes, I can.)

Can you play the piano?>Yes, I can.

(Can you play the piano?>No, I cannot.)

Can you play the piano?>No, I cannot.

(When do you swim?>I swim in summer.)

When do you swim?>I swim in summer.

(Can I use this dictionary?>I'm sorry, you can't.)

Can I use this dictionary?>I'm sorry, you can't.

(Can you close the window?>Sure.)

Can you close the window?>Sure.

(I studied English last night.)

I studied English last night.

(I went to school yesterday.)

I went to school yesterday.

(Did you have lunch?>Yes, I did.)

Did you have lunch?>Yes, I did.

(Did you have lunch?>No, I did not.)

Did you have lunch?>No, I did not.

(What's wrong?>I have a stomachache.)

What's wrong?>I have a stomachache.

(I was thirteen last year.)

I was thirteen last year.

(Was Jack busy yesterday?>Yes, he was.)

Was Jack busy yesterday?>Yes, he was.

(Was Jack busy yesterday?>No, he was not.)

Was Jack busy yesterday?>No, he was not.

(I was reading a book.)

I was reading a book.

(You look happy.)

You look happy.

(I am going to visit Kyoto next year.)

I am going to visit Kyoto next year.

(Are you going to see him?>Yes, I am.)

Are you going to see him?>Yes, I am.

(Are you going to see him?>No, I am not.)

Are you going to see him?>No, I am not.

(He gave me a watch.)

He gave me a watch.

(May I open the window?)

May I open the window?

(Could you help me?)

Could you help me?

(I went to Tokyo to see my friend.)

I went to Tokyo to see my friend.

(I want to visit New York.)

I want to visit New York.

(I want something to eat.)

I want something to eat.

(I have to get up early.)

I have to get up early.

(I do not have to go there.)

I do not have to go there.

(I will go there this afternoon.)

I will go there this afternoon.

(I must finish this homework.)

I must finish this homework.

(You must not smoke here.)

You must not smoke here.

(If it rains tomorrow, I will stay home.)

If it rains tomorrow, I will stay home.

(I think that the book is interesting.)

I think that the book is interesting.

(When I came home, my father was watching TV.)

When I came home, my father was watching TV.

(Because I am very tired, I cannot walk.)

Because I am very tired, I cannot walk.

(Which pencil is yours?)

Which pencil is yours?

(There is a park near my house.)

There is a park near my house.

(Are there any girls under the tree?>Yes, there are.)

Are there any girls under the tree?>Yes, there are.

(Are there any girls under the tree?>No, there are not.)

Are there any girls under the tree?>No, there are not.

(We enjoyed listening to music.)

We enjoyed listening to music.

(Playing the guitar is fun.)

Playing the guitar is fun.

(Your pen is longer than mine.)

Your pen is longer than mine.

(Jack is the tallest in my class.)

Jack is the tallest in my class.

(This book is more interesting than that one.)

This book is more interesting than that one.

(She is the most beautiful of the four.)

She is the most beautiful of the four.

(white is the best player in his team.)

white is the best player in his team.

(You can run as fast as Miki.)

You can run as fast as Miki.

(Shall I help you?>Yes, please.)

Shall I help you?>Yes, please.

(Shall I help you?>No, thank you.)

Shall I help you?>No, thank you.

(English is spoken by many people.)

English is spoken by many people.

(Was the fish cooked by your mother?>Yes, it was.)

Was the fish cooked by your mother?>Yes, it was.

(The news made her sad.)

The news made her sad.

(I have lived in Yokohama for fifteen years.)

I have lived in Yokohama for fifteen years.

(Has your father been busy since last week?>Yes, he has.)

Has your father been busy since last week?>Yes, he has.

(Has your father been busy since last week?>No, he has not.)

Has your father been busy since last week?>No, he has not.

(How long have you studied English?)

How long have you studied English?

(I have studied it for two years.)

I have studied it for two years.

(Miki has been sick in bed since yesterday.)

Miki has been sick in bed since yesterday.

(Have you ever been to Hokkaido?>Yes, I have.)

Have you ever been to Hokkaido?>Yes, I have.

(Have you ever been to Hokkaido?>No, I have not.)

Have you ever been to Hokkaido?>No, I have not.

(I have never written a letter.)

I have never written a letter.

(I have just finished my homework.)

I have just finished my homework.

(The train has already left.)

The train has already left.

(Have you seen the movie yet?)

Have you seen the movie yet?

(I have not eaten breakfast yet.)

I have not eaten breakfast yet.

(I am glad to see you.)

I am glad to see you.

(Would you like to go with us?)

Would you like to go with us?

(Would you like some coffee?>Yes, please.)

Would you like some coffee?>Yes, please.

(Would you like some coffee?>No, thank you.)

Would you like some coffee?>No, thank you.

(Do you know how to use a computer?)

Do you know how to use a computer?

(It is difficult for me to speak English.)

It is difficult for me to speak English.

(I want him to come here.)

I want him to come here.

(I told you to open the window.)

I told you to open the window.

(Could you tell me how to get to Haneda?)

Could you tell me how to get to Haneda?

(This is a letter written by Jack.)

This is a letter written by Jack.

(The boy standing over there is my brother.)

The boy standing over there is my brother.

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