2022年02月15日

2月15日:毎日5分の英語習慣:喫煙者逆ギレで電車遅延 F-15戦闘機の遺体発見



おはようございます!
今朝の日本の英語ニュースです。

主なニュースはこちらです。


東京:新規感染者は6日連続減少し、10,334人
日本:ファイザー社ワクチン1000万回分を追加購入
民事裁判の全手続きをオンライン化へ
G7:ロシアに警告:ウクライナに侵攻したら制裁
IAEA:福島原発からの汚染水放出を審査
ワリエワは出場可能、メダル授与式なし
キリン:ミャンマーのビール事業から撤退へ
日本海で墜落したF-15戦闘機:2人の遺体を発見
JR西日本で喫煙者が逆ギレ:450人に影響


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English Listening with Japan Latest News, Japan English News, Quick Scan, Daily News
毎日5分の英語習慣、英語ニュース、ラジオ英語、英語教育、日本の最新英語ニュース、デイリー英語


それではよい一日を!





スクリプトは以下の通りとなります。





Tokyo marks 6th day of drop from week ago with 10,334 new cases.
Tokyo posted 10,334 new COVID-19 cases and seven related deaths on Feb. 14, along with a slight rise in serious cases.
The latest daily count of new cases, 1,877 fewer than the previous Monday, marked the sixth consecutive day of decline from the figure for a week ago, metropolitan health officials said.

Japan to buy additional 10 million COVID vaccine shots from Pfizer.
Japan has agreed with Pfizer Inc. to purchase an additional 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses by March, the health ministry said Monday, as the county trails other developed economies in its rollout of booster shots.
The additional shots will add to the 120 million doses Japan already agreed to procure from the U.S. pharmaceutical giant for this year.

Japan to Make All Civil Court Procedures Online.
An advisory panel to Japan's justice minister Monday proposed revising the Civil Procedure Law to enable all civil court procedures to be conducted online.
The proposal from the Legislative Council seeks to enable online submissions of court petitions and preparatory documents, which are currently submitted either by mail or in person at courts. Online submissions will have to be made by lawyers or other attorneys, according to the proposal.

G-7 warns Russia of 'massive' consequences if it invades Ukraine.
The finance ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations on Monday warned of "massive and immediate consequences" on Russia if it invades Ukraine.
"We are prepared to collectively impose economic and financial sanctions which will have massive and immediate consequences on the Russian economy," they said in a statement.

IAEA reviews water release from damaged Japan nuclear plant.
A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency on Monday began its review of Japan's plan to begin releasing more than a million tons of treated radioactive water into the sea from the wrecked Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant − a review that Japan hopes will instill confidence in the plan.
The 15-member team is to visit the Fukushima plant on Tuesday and meet with government and utility officials during its five-day mission.

Russian skater Valieva can compete, but medal ceremony won't be held.
Russian teenager Kamila Valieva has been cleared to compete in the women's figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics despite failing a pre-Games drug test, setting her up for an attempt at a second gold medal.
Whatever happens on the ice, Valieva will not get a medal ceremony moment in Beijing. Nor will any skater who finishes in the top three with her.

Japan's Kirin to withdraw from its Myanmar brewery venture.
Japanese beverage giant Kirin Holdings said Monday it has decided to withdraw from its joint venture in Myanmar.
Kirin, owner of the San Miguel, Fat Tire and Lion brands, said its board made the decision to "urgently terminate" the partnership with Myanma Economic Holdings Plc, a military-affiliated company, after finding it would be difficult to quickly end the venture in the way Kirin wanted to.

Bodies of 2 pilots of crashed F-15 found in Sea of Japan.
The Japan Air Self-Defense Force said it has found the bodies of two pilots who were aboard an F-15 fighter that crashed into the Sea of Japan in late January.
The first body was discovered last Friday and the other one on Sunday in waters near the crash site about 5 kilometers west-northwest of the Komatsu Air Base in Ishikawa Prefecture, central Japan, according to the ASDF.

Angry smoker on train in Kansai causes delays for 450 passengers.
A passenger smoking in the restroom on a no-smoking train linking Hyogo and Osaka prefectures went into a frenzy and grabbed the conductor by the collar after being told to put out the cigarette on Feb. 13.
The conductor contacted a division of the Fukuchiyama branch office of JR West to seek instructions. The smoker was handed over to officers from the Fukusaki Police Station at Teramae Station in Kamikawa, Hyogo Prefecture, where the train was scheduled to stop.
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2月15日:毎日5分の英語習慣:喫煙者逆ギレで電車遅延 F-15戦闘機の遺体を発見



おはようございます!
今朝の日本の英語ニュースです。

主なニュースはこちらです。


東京:新規感染者は6日連続減少し、10,334人
日本:ファイザー社ワクチン1000万回分を追加購入
民事裁判の全手続きをオンライン化へ
G7:ロシアに警告:ウクライナに侵攻したら制裁
IAEA:福島原発からの汚染水放出を審査
ワリエワは出場可能、メダル授与式なし
キリン:ミャンマーのビール事業から撤退へ
日本海で墜落したF-15戦闘機:2人の遺体を発見
JR西日本で喫煙者が逆ギレ:450人に影響


医師専門の転職支援サイト



English Listening with Japan Latest News, Japan English News, Quick Scan, Daily News
毎日5分の英語習慣、英語ニュース、ラジオ英語、英語教育、日本の最新英語ニュース、デイリー英語


それではよい一日を!





スクリプトは以下の通りとなります。





Tokyo marks 6th day of drop from week ago with 10,334 new cases.
Tokyo posted 10,334 new COVID-19 cases and seven related deaths on Feb. 14, along with a slight rise in serious cases.
The latest daily count of new cases, 1,877 fewer than the previous Monday, marked the sixth consecutive day of decline from the figure for a week ago, metropolitan health officials said.

Japan to buy additional 10 million COVID vaccine shots from Pfizer.
Japan has agreed with Pfizer Inc. to purchase an additional 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses by March, the health ministry said Monday, as the county trails other developed economies in its rollout of booster shots.
The additional shots will add to the 120 million doses Japan already agreed to procure from the U.S. pharmaceutical giant for this year.

Japan to Make All Civil Court Procedures Online.
An advisory panel to Japan's justice minister Monday proposed revising the Civil Procedure Law to enable all civil court procedures to be conducted online.
The proposal from the Legislative Council seeks to enable online submissions of court petitions and preparatory documents, which are currently submitted either by mail or in person at courts. Online submissions will have to be made by lawyers or other attorneys, according to the proposal.

G-7 warns Russia of 'massive' consequences if it invades Ukraine.
The finance ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations on Monday warned of "massive and immediate consequences" on Russia if it invades Ukraine.
"We are prepared to collectively impose economic and financial sanctions which will have massive and immediate consequences on the Russian economy," they said in a statement.

IAEA reviews water release from damaged Japan nuclear plant.
A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency on Monday began its review of Japan's plan to begin releasing more than a million tons of treated radioactive water into the sea from the wrecked Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant − a review that Japan hopes will instill confidence in the plan.
The 15-member team is to visit the Fukushima plant on Tuesday and meet with government and utility officials during its five-day mission.

Russian skater Valieva can compete, but medal ceremony won't be held.
Russian teenager Kamila Valieva has been cleared to compete in the women's figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics despite failing a pre-Games drug test, setting her up for an attempt at a second gold medal.
Whatever happens on the ice, Valieva will not get a medal ceremony moment in Beijing. Nor will any skater who finishes in the top three with her.

Japan's Kirin to withdraw from its Myanmar brewery venture.
Japanese beverage giant Kirin Holdings said Monday it has decided to withdraw from its joint venture in Myanmar.
Kirin, owner of the San Miguel, Fat Tire and Lion brands, said its board made the decision to "urgently terminate" the partnership with Myanma Economic Holdings Plc, a military-affiliated company, after finding it would be difficult to quickly end the venture in the way Kirin wanted to.

Bodies of 2 pilots of crashed F-15 found in Sea of Japan.
The Japan Air Self-Defense Force said it has found the bodies of two pilots who were aboard an F-15 fighter that crashed into the Sea of Japan in late January.
The first body was discovered last Friday and the other one on Sunday in waters near the crash site about 5 kilometers west-northwest of the Komatsu Air Base in Ishikawa Prefecture, central Japan, according to the ASDF.

Angry smoker on train in Kansai causes delays for 450 passengers.
A passenger smoking in the restroom on a no-smoking train linking Hyogo and Osaka prefectures went into a frenzy and grabbed the conductor by the collar after being told to put out the cigarette on Feb. 13.
The conductor contacted a division of the Fukuchiyama branch office of JR West to seek instructions. The smoker was handed over to officers from the Fukusaki Police Station at Teramae Station in Kamikawa, Hyogo Prefecture, where the train was scheduled to stop.
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