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レアジョブオリジナルの英会話ニュース教材です。世界の時事ネタを中心に、ビジネスから科学やスポーツまで、幅広いトピックのニュースを毎日更新しています。本教材を通して、ビジネスで使える実用的な英会話表現や英単語を身に付けることができます。
 
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Tech giant Google recently removed around 600 apps from the Play Store due to disruptive ads.According to Google, these apps violated the company’s ads policy, which forbids developers from displaying ads when their app is not in use. Google explained that an ad is disruptive if it interferes with the functionality and usability of a phone, like a …
 
An artificial intelligence (AI) model can now better determine the degree of students’ learning using educational games.Researchers from North Carolina State University created a model that can project student achievement on a test based on students’ previous experience with learning tools like educational games.The researchers tested the effective…
 
Apple’s smartwatch line outsold all Swiss watch brands in 2019, a report by market and consumer research company Strategy Analytics says.According to the report, Apple sold nearly 31 million units of its Apple Watch worldwide last year. This resulted in a 36% growth in the product’s global shipment. The number of Swiss watches shipped in the same y…
 
A study by a company that reviews mattresses online revealed that taking a nap may make people more productive.To understand how napping affects productivity, Mattress Nerd reviewed the personality traits and nap frequency of 2,000 Americans through a survey with the help of market research company OnePoll. The survey results showed that those who …
 
Environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion staged a demonstration urging the UK government to cancel London Fashion Week.To gather support, the group created a Facebook event inviting people to join the demonstration. On the second day of London Fashion Week in February, hundreds of people came to support the protest. As a result, the roads …
 
A Swedish woman found her long-lost mixtape after it went missing for two decades.Stella Wedell lost her mixtape while on vacation in Spain when she was 12 years old. Her tape included hits by British duo Pet Shop Boys and Jamaican singer Bob Marley.Twenty years later, she spotted the mixtape and its tracklist at an art exhibit in Stockholm, Sweden…
 
Google has launched three new apps to help people monitor and reduce their smartphone use.This is part of Google’s Digital Wellbeing Experiments—an open platform for designers and developers to submit ideas that can help smartphone users minimize their screen time.According to the company, technology has become so integrated into people's lives tha…
 
A group of astronomers is partnering with the Very Large Array (VLA), an observatory with 28 massive radio telescopes, to search the sky for traces of extraterrestrial life.During the last American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) conference, astronomers from an institute in California laid out a project that will increase efforts …
 
The European Space Agency (ESA), in partnership with NASA, launched a spacecraft to take detailed photographs of the Sun.Called the Solar Orbiter, the spacecraft was launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida last February. It is expected to reach the Sun after two years, and its mission is estimated to last for at least a decade.The launching of the …
 
New York proposed a bill that may ban the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet stores to promote the adoption of animals as pets.Senator Michael Gianaris, the sponsor of the bill, explained that the goal of the proposed law is to eliminate abusive breeders who supply animals to some pet shops. The senator asserted that pets should be respected an…
 
David Neeleman, the CEO of American low-cost airline JetBlue Airways, will launch a new affordable airline called Breeze Airways.Previously known as Moxy, Breeze is Neeleman’s fifth airline brand. It will target underserved airports and destinations that have only a few direct flights. Neeleman did not specify which cities Breeze will serve, but he…
 
The number of primary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom that employ mental health professionals for students has increased, a study revealed.The study was conducted by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) and Place2Be, a UK-based charitable institution for mental health. Participants included 653 school leaders who answered a …
 
A court has issued an order directing American car manufacturer Tesla to temporarily halt the clearing of land and forest for its new factory in Brandenburg, Germany.The order was issued by the Higher Administrative Court of Berlin-Brandenburg. This was after the Green League of Brandenburg, an environmental protection group, had filed a lawsuit op…
 
New research suggests that following the ketogenic (keto) diet, a low-carb and high-fat diet, can be detrimental to the bones.According to a study published in Frontiers in Endocrinology, regularly consuming very small amounts of carbohydrates can make bones weaker. The research involved 30 race walking athletes who were preparing for the 2016 Summ…
 
Facebook has announced new parental controls on Messenger Kids.Messenger Kids, a messaging app for children under 13 years old, was first introduced in 2017 as a child-friendly version of Facebook’s Messenger app. Parents can set up their children’s account and oversee who the latter can communicate with. Children can use the app to chat, video cal…
 
Lifestyle brand and gaming firm 100 Thieves created the biggest headquarters for e-sports, or competitive and organized online gaming, in the United States.The facility, called 100 Thieves Cash App Compound, was named after its major sponsor Cash App—a mobile payment app created by financial services company Square, Inc. Jack Dorsey, the CEO and co…
 
A bookshop in Nova Scotia [NOH-vuh SKOH-shuh], Canada, hosts kittens up for adoption.Otis & Clementine’s Books & Coffee is a secondhand bookstore that also functions as a coffee shop. Ellen Helmke [HELM-khuh] opened the store back in 2011 but only started to foster kittens in May 2019.According to Helmke, she started housing the kittens because she…
 
UPS, the world’s biggest package delivery company, has partnered with high-tech transport company Waymo to test self-driving vehicles in transporting goods.To add value to its service through innovative delivery technologies, UPS enlisted the services of Waymo, which started in 2009 as Google’s self-driving car project. The two companies are testin…
 
NASA, in partnership with Australian tech company Akin, is developing empathetic robots that can emotionally support future astronauts.Currently, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) receive mental health assistance from psychiatrists on Earth via remote communication. This system works because the ISS is in low Earth orbit, wher…
 
A recent study has revealed that the Arctic region is becoming greener at an alarming rate.The region is typically covered in ice, and its low temperature is generally not suitable for vegetation. However, because of global warming, the vast ice sheet covering the region is now slowly melting, allowing plants to grow.Dubbed as Arctic greening, the …
 
A new study found that students show better behavior in school when teachers praise them.The researchers defined praise as a verbal expression of approving good behavior. On the other hand, reprimand is defined as a verbal expression of disapproving inappropriate behavior. Previous studies have shown that giving praise is the best way to reinforce …
 
A new study suggests that people’s eating habits are likely influenced by their peers online.The study, published in the journal Appetite, revealed that social media users are more likely to eat certain types of food if they think their peers online do the same. Researchers from Aston University interviewed 369 university students for the study. Th…
 
American ride-hailing company Uber has closed a deal with Nissan to improve air quality in London.In January 2019, Uber launched the Clean Air Plan, which involves completely transitioning to only electric vehicles (EVs) in the city by 2025. In line with the initiative, Uber has partnered with Nissan to provide 2,000 LEAF hatchbacks for London-base…
 
Humans can age in four different ways, a study suggests.Scientists from the Stanford University School of Medicine found that humans age depending on the series of molecular reactions, or biological pathways, they are predisposed to. The researchers focused on four main aging categories, which the scientists named “ageotypes.” These include metabol…
 
Octi [OK-tee], a new social networking app, lets users interact with each other using augmented reality (AR).Launched last January, Octi employs facial recognition technology in addition to AR. To activate Octi, users need to run the app and point their phone’s camera at another person. Octi users can add each other as friends or send invitations t…
 
The Petersfield Bookshop in Hampshire, England, was flooded with orders after a famous author shared its post about poor sales.After not making sales for a whole day, Robert Sansom, one of the bookstore’s staff, posted about the unusual incident on Twitter. He then asked people to buy from the bookstore’s online shop and to get the most out of its …
 
The UK government now offers a Global Talent Visa to experts like scientists, mathematicians, and researchers who want to enter the country.The new visa scheme took effect last February. It replaced the old Exceptional Talent Visa, which allowed applicants to be recommended by the country’s most prestigious science and research organizations. In th…
 
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved Palforzia, a peanut allergy drug for children aged 4 to 17.Dr. Peter Marks, the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research director, said that there are about one million children with peanut allergies in the United States. People with this diagnosis strictly avoid peanuts because…
 
Because of numerous cases involving untrained animals in recent years, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed to limit the number of emotional support animals (ESAs) allowed on flights.The current law permits disabled passengers to travel with service animals, but under DOT’s new proposal, airlines will no longer be required to allo…
 
Rutland [RUHT-luh nd], the smallest county in England, has approved the construction of a McDonald’s branch despite numerous complaints from residents.The county, which takes pride in its rural scenery and traditional market town, initially prohibited major fast-food brands from setting up shop within its territory. The proposal to build a McDonald…
 
Scientists successfully changed the genetic makeup of mosquitoes to make them resistant to all strains of the dengue [DENG-gey] virus.Dengue, a viral disease that affects millions of people around the world yearly, is transmitted by female Aedes aegypti [ey-EE-deez ee-JIP-tahy] mosquitoes. The mosquitoes become carriers of the virus when they inges…
 
Australia proposed a bill to step up its fight against contract cheating or the act in which students pay someone to do their schoolwork, such as essays and online tests.Under the bill, those who offer or promote academic cheating services can be imprisoned for two years and pay fines of up to A$210,000 (more than US$140,000).Upon the proposed law’…
 
A new study found that practicing healthy habits can extend a person’s life span.The research is an extension of a previous study that observed over 38,000 men and 73,000 women for 28 and 34 years, respectively. The new study analyzed how healthy habits can affect a person’s risk of developing cancer, diabetes, and other chronic diseases from 50 ye…
 
Digital detoxes, or periods of time when using electronic devices are deliberately avoided, are becoming popular among travelers, a report says.Black Tomato, a luxury tour company, released a report about the changing perspective of people on traveling. The travel firm partnered with London-based market research company Euromonitor International to…
 
Researchers from the University of Leeds found a link between eating breakfast and General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) grades among British students.The study found that students who skip breakfast get lower GCSE scores compared to those who frequently eat breakfast. On average, breakfast skippers scored 10.25 points lower—equivalent …
 
A group of researchers from a university in Finland discovered that people can be identified through their dance moves using a technology they made.The discovery was purely unintentional. The team was initially aiming to find out how musical genres elicit specific dance movements since this has not been explored in depth in previous studies.However…
 
A study has reported that students who can understand and manage their emotions perform well in school.In addition to having high intellect and being conscientious, new research from the American Psychological Association found that emotional intelligence also contributes to academic success. An analysis of over 160 studies showed that students wit…
 
A seven-year-old boy from Germany caught the art industry’s attention for his impressive paintings that sold for thousands of dollars.Mikail [MI-ka-il] Akar from Cologne [kuh-LOHN], Germany, has been dubbed by the local media as the “preschool Picasso.” Akar’s artwork has been compared to the paintings of Jackson Pollock [POL-uh k], a notable Ameri…
 
Global telecommunications company Verizon is cutting cable and Internet bundles to offer customers a build-your-own cable and Internet plan.According to the company, it is eliminating its one- and two-year Internet and cable bundle contracts that often caused customer complaints. Customers expressed frustration over having to buy services they do n…
 
A high school student from New York has discovered a planet that is nearly seven times the size of Earth during a NASA internship.Seventeen-year-old Wolf Cukier [SOO-kee-uh r] found the planet, now named TOI 1338b, during his summer internship at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.It was Cukier’s second internship at the same…
 
The Silver Whisper ship has embarked on a journey around the world to visit all seven continents.Silversea Cruises, which owns the Silver Whisper ship, is acclaimed for its luxury cruise ships designed for few guests and its personalized service. The company boasts of 9 cruise ships that travel to 900 locations worldwide. According to Silversea, th…
 
Almost 500 million people around the world do not have jobs or lack access to decent jobs, according to the United Nations’ International Labour Organization (ILO).The ILO releases its World Employment and Social Outlook (WESO) report annually to share updates and trends in employment, unemployment, and labor issues. For 2020, the report highlights…
 
Apple’s new machine dismantles iPhones to extract minerals that can be reused and recycled.The machine, called Daisy, is 10 meters in length and has five robotic arms. To remove iPhone batteries, Daisy blasts the smartphones with freezing air then pops out the screws. The remaining components are sent to recyclers where the minerals are extracted a…
 
A study found that too much stress and exhaustion are associated with a fatal heart disorder known as atrial fibrillation (AFib), which causes irregular and fast heart rate.AFib can cause strokes and other heart diseases. Most patients with the disease experience chest pain, difficulty breathing, rapid heartbeat, and extreme tiredness. However, sym…
 
A college professor has earned public attention after his student uploaded a video of him and his unconventional ways of teaching.Dr. David Wright is a 69-year-old Tidewater Community College professor who is known for his zany physics experiments. Erica Church, one of Wright’s students, filmed his lessons and posted a compilation on Twitter. Since…
 
The United States is seeing a positive trend in the growth of its hotel industry, but a lack of manpower threatens to hamper this expansion, according to a report.A report by media company Skift revealed that US hotel companies are seeing continuous growth and expansion of operations. However, a severe labor shortage is causing delays in many proje…
 
The world’s oceans are currently losing oxygen, a nature conservation organization reported.According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), around 700 areas in oceans around the world have low oxygen levels. This is a stark increase from only 45 sites back in the 1960s. The organization also found that the volume of anoxic w…
 
Experts have warned about the risks of vitamin B12 deficiency among vegans and recommended ways on how to get sufficient levels of the vitamin.A vegan diet is rich in fiber and low in cholesterol, but it lacks some nutrients like vitamin B12. This vitamin, which is responsible for keeping nerves and blood cells healthy, is naturally present in anim…
 
A study done in the Netherlands suggests that children who engage in effort-focused self-talk can improve their math scores.Two forms of self-talk are effort-focused and ability-focused. Effort-focused self-talk includes mantras like, “I will do my best” or “I am going to try very hard.” In contrast, ability-focused self-talk involves statements li…
 
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