- Did you travel this year?
- Would you like your country’s borders to be opened?
- border /BAWR-der/
- visa /VEE-zuh/
- arrival /uh-RAHY-vuhl/
- government /GUHV-ern-muhnt/
- issue /ISH-oo/
[noun] – a line that has been agreed to divide one country from another
Many refugees have arrived at the border without passports.
[VEE-zuh] – an official mark, usually made in a passport, that allows you to enter or leave a particular country
We traveled to Argentina on a tourist visa.
[noun] – the fact of arriving somewhere
What’s the specific time of his arrival?
[noun] – the group of people who officially control a country
The government has imposed export restraints on some products.
[noun] – a subject or problem that people are thinking and talking about
Education is now a major political issue.
True or False:
- Japan’s borders will reopen to foreign visitors after being closed for more than two years.
- On October 21, travelers will not need a visa or to go via a travel agency to enter the country.
- Tourists must show confirmation of their triple vaccination in order to enter.
- Mr. Marcos revealed a domestic reward program that provides savings on admission to shows, concerts, theme parks, and other events.
- Japan is one of the last Asian countries to keep its borders closed over COVID health issues.
Fill in the blanks:
- The ______ has done something to protect the environment.
- There are soldiers on the ______.
- She entered the country on a student ______.
- The date of his ______ is uncertain.
- This ______ has caused wide public concern.