News in Levels トランプ大統領 英文

レベル1

11–11–2016 07:00Level 1Level 2Level 3

People are in the streets of California, USA. They are saying “Not my president”. They want to show that they are not happy. They do not want Donald Trump as president of the United States.

Hundreds of these people go through big cities. They use anti-Trump slogans. They say bad words to the president.

Many people are shocked that Donald Trump is the new president. After eight years of control, the Democrats have to leave the White House. The protests clearly show that many people are not happy with this.

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レベル2

11–11–2016 07:00Level 1Level 2Level 3

Crowds of people shouted “Not my president” in the streets of California. They wanted to express their anger at the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States.

They wanted to make sure that their voices were heard. Hundreds of these people went through big cities. They used anti-Trump slogans and shouted insults at the newly elected president.

Republican Donald Trump’s victory over democrat Hillary Clinton shocked many people. It ended eight years of democratic control of the White House. Clearly, as the protests show, many people are not pleased with the result.

Difficult words: express (show), election (choosing), insult (angry words).

Read more: http://www.newsinlevels.com/products/trump-is-the-president-level-2/

レベル3

Crowds of people chanted “Not my president” in the streets of California to express their anger at the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States.

Making sure that their voices were heard, hundreds marched through big cities using anti-Trump slogans and shouting insults at the newly-elected president.

Republican Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton shocked many people and ended eight years of democratic control of the White House, but clearly, as the protests show, many people are not pleased with the outcome.

Read more: http://www.newsinlevels.com/products/trump-is-the-president-level-3/

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