レアジョブ英会話 オンライン英会話                 I can listen to and understand an announcement about leave.


  • announce
  • report
  • apologize for
  • woory about
  • take over his tasks
  • temporarity cover his job


Use someone/anyone/no one + (to-infinitive) to talk about people.


  • I have a lot of work today, so I need someone to finish the report for me.
  • Everyone went home, so there’s no one to help me with this.
  • Sandra is sick today, but there isn’t anyone to take over her tasks.

Use something/anything/nothing + (to-infinitive) to talk about things.


  • We have something to announce.
  • Everything’s okay now. You don’t have anything to worry about.
  • Please go. There’s noting to see here.
In Japan, less than 10% of men take paternity leave, but in Sweden, approximately 90% of men take paternity leave! In Sweden, both men and women can take up to 240 days of parental leave. They also get paid 90% of their salary for the first 180 days of parental leave.

Choose the correct words in the parentheses.

  1. I can’t go out this weekend. There’s (someone / no one) to take care of my kids.
  2. Can we go to your office? I have (anything / something) to report.
  3. Calm down. You don’t have (anything / no one) to worry about.
  4. The phone rang, but there wasn’t (something / anyone) to answer it.