実践ビジネス英語 2020/9/4 L9(3) Keep your eyes on the road.





実践ビジネス英語 2020/9/4 L9(3) Keep your eyes on the road.ながら運転をしないで
Lyons describes the pledge he made not to be distracted in any way while driving, and Ueda lists some of the activities that pose a danger while someone is driving, such as fiddling with the radio and speaking to passengers. Grace says she turns off her phone while driving, or puts it in silent mode. Salmans says there’s plenty of good advice online, but that it really changes driver’s behavior.
Q1). ながら運転にはどんなことが関係していると、ライオンズは言っていますか。
Lyons says, “Distracted driving is anything that diverts your attention from driving.”
Q2). マクミランによると、自動車業界とテクノロジー業界は何をしつつありますか。
McMillan says, “The good news is that the auto and tech industries are introducing devices that are designed to reduce the danger of distracted driving.”
vow 誓う、公約する
Make a solemn promise to do something or act in a certain way. When people get married, for example, they vow to love and honor each other. Or, John vowed never to drink again. A vow can also be a noun. People make wedding vows, for example. Some people take a vow of silence. They pledge not to talk until something happens or something is done.
certificate 証明書
in return その代わりに、お返しに
take one’s hat off to -, (口)〜に脱帽する、には頭が下がる
McMillan says, “I take my hat off to you.”

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