New Treasure Stage 1 Lesson 13 Read Mansfield
Mansfield is a mining town. Mr. Hall was a miner. He lived in Mansfield and he worked ( ) the mine.
This is Mr. Hall’s photograph. It is an old photograph. “Look at my photograph,” he says. “There are ( ) people in the street. They are going to work ( ) the mine. There are ( ) ( ) ( ) shops. ( ) people lived in Mansfield then. Mansfield was a busy town. There were ( ) ( ) ( ) children.” But Mansfield was a dirty town. 木々がありません ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) in the old photograph. The mine wasn’t very clean. The river was very dirty ( ) ( ) the mine and ( ) ( ) no fish in the river. The air was ( ) very dirty and there were ( ) sick people. Many people were sad.
This is a new photograph. Today, Mansfield is different. マンスフィールドには炭鉱はない ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) now. There are trees in the photograph. Now the river is clean and たくさんの魚がいる ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ). The air is clean, too. There are ( ) sick people in Mansfield today. But Mansfield is not a busy town now. There ( ) no mine and there ( ) no miners. There are ( ) jobs in Mansfield. In this photograph, there are ( ) people in the street and there are no children ( ) the park.
Does Mr. Hall like Mansfield now? Mr. Hall says, “Mansfield is a clean town now, so I am happy. But there are ( ) people in Mansfield and I am sad.” 公害はない ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) in Mansfield today, but 仕事がない ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ). “We must save the earth,” says Mr. Hall, “But we must make jobs, too.”