実践ビジネス英語 2021/3/18 L22(2)The New Normal 新しい日常





実践ビジネス英語 2021/3/18 L22(2)The New Normal 新しい日常
Paul Pearson says, “The coronavirus pandemic has completely upended daily life. ”
Ueda Shota says, “There are rumors that A&A may be moving its headquarters out of New York. Is that true?”
Pearson says, “One option is for us to move our headquarters to a new building with better air circulation.”
-Summary
Grace describes how various employees get to work. And Pearson says New York’s bike-lane network can handle a large increase in the number of people who bicycle to their jobs. Ueda adds that asking people to use mass transit could heighten the danger of infection and that more car traffic would also be a burden on the city’s infrastructure. Grace lists some ways that transit officials are trying to bring back passengers.
Q1). サルマンズはどうして、マンハッタンに住む魅力の多くがなくなると考えていますか。
Salmans says, “If being close to your workplace is no longer a major factor in deciding where to live, residing in Manhattan loses a lot of its appeal.”
Q2). 最も安全な通勤手段は何だと、ピアソンは言っていますか。
Pearson says, “The way I see it, the safest options are walking or biking.”

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