ニュースの中での Prepare

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began to prepare 準備し始めました
order to prepare 準備する
prepare students 生徒を準備する
time to prepare 準備する時間
used to prepare 準備に使用

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Bangkok Post
· Tap into your inner agility and resilience  
If we’re not prepared for such changes, we will find ourselves struggling to keep up.
The Age
· George Floyd protests go global  
A police officer prepares to shoot tear gas in Minneapolis.Credit:AP
Malay Mail
· Liverpool's training return a 'massive lift' for Klopp  
LONDON, June 1 ― Juergen Klopp admitted yesterday that it has been a “massive lift” to see his Liverpool squad back training together as they prepare for the return of the Premier League.
NBCNews.com
· Minneapolis, other major cities face another night of anger  
Several Chicago streets and transit routes remained closed Sunday as police and Guard units prepared for what they expected to be more protests once night fell.
Malay Mail
· Paris reopens square at fire-scarred Notre-Dame cathedral  
The monumental facade and arched entrances remain blocked, however, behind beige security barriers as workers prepare to resume restoration work as France’s coronavirus lockdown is lifted.
Malay Mail
· F1 gets two-race Silverstone go-ahead despite quarantine rules, says report  
“We will maintain a close dialogue with them in the coming weeks as we prepare to start our season in the first week of July.”
The Age
· Police deem boy's alleged park fight death non-suspicious  
A report will be prepared for the coroner.
The Guardian
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance  
Prime minister Narendra Modi’s government has extended lockdown until 30 June in a number of zones identified as ‘high-risk’ by individual states, while the rest of India prepares to reopen.
The Guardian
· Spanish PM seeks final extension to state of emergency – as it happened  
While the rest of India prepares to reopen, individual states are identifying high-risk zones where lockdowns will stay in place.
The Guardian
· Seven former foreign secretaries urge UK to take lead on Hong Kong  
He said: “It means the Foreign Office being prepared to ‘scratch the Rolls‑Royce a bit more often’.