結論：Yes or Noの場合 / 疑問詞の場合（問題そのまま真似る）
I have two reasons.
★First, It is interesting for me to～
★★Second, I like △△ （with my family）（at the park）（in the morning）
★面白いという理由は、どんな題材でも使える。it for to～構文は長いので有用。
What do you enjoy doing on weekends?
I enjoy going to the park near my house on weekends.
First, I can play soccer with my friends there.
Second,I like taking pictures of the beautiful flowers and trees in the park.
Do you like going to festivals in summer?
First, it’s too hot in summer, so I don’t want to go to festivals.
Second, festivals are often very crowded.
I don’t like going to crowded places.
Do you like eating in parks?
First, I like eating while l look at beautiful flowers.
Second, food tastes better when I eat it outside on sunny days.
Do you think there should be more sports programs on TV?
I have two reasons.
First, if there are more sports programs, more people may try doing sports.
This will help them stay healthy.
Second, people can have more chances to learn about sports that are not well known.
There are many kinds of sports that are not popular yet.
Do you think it is good for children to watch TV?
Do you think it is important for students to learn how to give presentations at school?
Do you think it is better for people to live in a house or in an apartment?
If people live in an apartment, they can use their money for other things.
Also, these days, many people live alone. If you live alone, you do not need a lot of space.
Therefore, I think people should live in apartments.
What is the best age for people to start learning English?
Twelve-year-old children know how to read and write already.
This makes it easier for them to learn a new language.
Also, they understand why English is important.
Many young children do not know this, so they do not try hard.
Do you think it is important for people to eat breakfast every day?
First, people can study or work better if they eat breakfast.
Without breakfast, they often feel too tired to do anything in the morning.
Second, breakfast can be a good chance for people to communicate. They can share information at the beginning of each day.
Do you think school classrooms in Japan should use air conditioners in the summer?
First, summer is getting hotter and
hotter in Japan. It will be easy for students to study during the summer if school classrooms use air conditioners.
Second, some students become ill if the classroom is too hot.
Using air conditioners in the summer will stop students from feeling bad.
Do you think it is a good idea for people to have a car?
First, if people have a car, they can move easily from place to place. They do not have to worry about changing trains or buses when they travel.
Second, cars are helpful when people go shopping.
People do not have to carry heavy bags a long way if they have a car.
Which do you think is better for people, borrowing books from libraries or buying books at stores?
First, people can save money. Books cost money to buy, but it is free to borrow them from libraries.
Second, people do not need a lot of space for books if they borrow them from libraries.
They can use the space in their homes for other things.
Today in Japan, many buildings and public areas have a lot of lights for decoration, such as the lights used during Christmas.
Do you think this is a good idea?
First of all, these lights are a good way to increase the number of tourists. If many people come to see the decorations, they may buy souvenirs from shops and eat at the restaurants in the area.
Second, bright lights will help prevent crimes at nighttime. In a bright area, it is easy to see people’s faces and other things clearly.
For these reasons, I think it is good for buildings and public areas to have lights for decoration.
Should people stop using goods that are made from animals?
Many products made from animals are being replaced by artificial goods, and technological advancements have greatly improved the quality of these man-made goods.
For example, the quality of fake fur is almost the same as that of real fur. Such high-quality alternative goods mean that using animal products is unnecessary.
Furthermore, some animal products come from animals living in conditions that restrict their freedom.
However, animals deserve the right to live freely, and this right should not be ignored for the sake of commercial gain.
Therefore, stopping the use of animal-based goods is an effective way to protect animal rights.
In conclusion, the high quality of other types of products and the importance of protecting animal rights mean that people should stop using goods made from animals.
Should investment in technology be a bigger priority for governments?
As the fallout from global warming continues to threaten the survival of humankind, technology is proving to be an invaluable tool.
The encouraging progress being made in areas (such as alternative energy) exemplifies the role that technology can play in combating this problem.
While such technologies offer undeniable benefits, their development requires steady financial backing, which governments have a moral responsibility to provide.
The rise of modern health issues is another problem that can benefit from government-level investment.
Although rates of obesity and coronary diseases continue to escalate. breakthroughs in surgical procedures and innovations in monetary preventative medicine provide hope.
Yet without support from governments, securing budgets for the rigorous research and testing required for mass production and adoption of these technologies will be a struggle.
Additionally, labor shortages are necessitating research into technologies such artificial intelligence and automation.
Rising labor demands in the construction industry, for example, can be answered with on-site robots that not only automate menial tasks I but also improve workflow efficiency.
The broad implementation of such technologies, however, requires state-level subsidies and grants to offset high up-front costs.
Considering the potential of technology to mitigate the effects of modern-day environmental, medical, and labor problems, boosting investment in technologies related to such issues is imperative for governments.
the benefits of doing so can curb the emerging problems そうすることで、新たな問題を抑制することができる
the fallout from global warming 地球温暖化から来る脅威（副産物）
is proving to be ～ ～であることが証明される
an invaluable tool 貴重な(評価できないほど)手段
alternative energy exemplifies the role 代替エネルギーの役割の例
undeniable benefits 否定できない利益
development requires steady financial backing 開発には安定した資金的裏付けが必要
governments have a moral responsibility 政府には道義的責任がある
The rise of modern health issues 現代の健康病の増加
rates of obesity continue to escalate 肥満は増加の一途をたどっている
monetary preventative medicine 金銭的な予防医学
automate menial tasks 単純な作業を自動化する
The broad implementation of such technologies このような技術を広く普及（実装）させること
grants (to offset high up-front costs) 補助金（高い初期費用を相殺するための）
boosting investment (in technologies related to such issues) is imperative for governments 政府にとって(このような問題に関連する技術への)投資を促進することは必須である