(1) Nothing is ruder than that you do not listen to others. → not listening
(2) I have money as much as you do. → as much money as
(3) Kyle can write letters in Japanses as easy as he does in English. → easily
(4) My Italian is far better now than I left Japan.
→ than (it was) when I left Japan
(5) I do not read as many magazines as I used to be → used to
（解答） It is a lot warmer in Okinawa than (it is) in Tokyo.
（別解） Okinawa has a much warmer climate than Tkyo (does).
（解答） Andrew is still in his early twenties, but he looks older (than he really is).
（別解） Andrew is still in his early twenties, but he looks old for his age.
（解答） There are more Nobel Prize winners [more people who have won a Nobel Prize] in Japan than in any other country in Asia [any other Asian country].
（別解1） Nowhere [In no (other9 country] in Asia are there more people who have won a Nobel Prize than in Japan.
（別解2） Japan has more Nobel Prize winners than any other Asian country.
（別解3） There is no country in Asia that has produced [turned out] more Nobel Prize winners than Japan (has).
（別解4） No other country in Asia has more Nobel Prize winners than Japan (does / has).
２．（解答）の in Japan の位置は文頭でも可
・Nobel Prize winners あるいはpeople who have won [have got] a Nobel Prize とす
・a Nobel Prize winner 「ノーベル賞受賞者」は、a Nobelistとも言えるが、それほど
一般的ではない。a Nobel laureate とも言う。
（解答） In that country, more people speak Spanish than English.
（別解） In that country, Spanish is more widely spoken than English.
（解答） According to the weather forecast, it will be about 3℃ [three degrees Celsius].
（別解） The weather forecast says (that) tomorrow will be warmer by about 3℃ than today.
（解答） When I read this novel again, I found (that) it was more interesting than I had thought the first time I read it.
（別解） When I reread this novel, I found (that) it was more interesting than it had seemed when I read it for the first time.
（解答） It seems to me that my hometown is greener and its river (is) cleaner than ten years ago.
（別解） I think that in my hometown there is more greenery and its river is cleaner than ten years ago.
（解答） Even nowadays, when the Internet is (so) widely used, it is (just) as important to be with our colleagues (in the same place) as it used to be.
（別解） Certainly, the Internet is (so) common these days, but it is still as important to be with your coworkers (in the same place) as (it was) before.
（解答） According to another survey, two-thirds of the people who thought (that) they were "unhappy" considered wealth and success (to be) more important than human relationships.
（別解） According to other research, two-thirds of the people who believed (that) they were "unhappy" attached more importance to money and success than to human relationships.
（解答） The number of Japanese students going to foreign countries to study at college increased sharply in the 1980s, but has continued to decreased since 2004.
（別解） The number of Japanese students who study at foreign college increased sharply in the 1980s, but has been decreasing since 2004.
（解答） Some people say (that) this is (mainly) because young people are not as ambitious as they used to be. However, I believe (that) it is because of the continuing (economic) recession.
（別解） There are some people who say (that) the (main) reason for this is that young people are less ambitious than they used to. However, as far as I am concerned, the long (economic) recession has influenced this decrease.
I would work for a large company for the following reasons.
Firstly, at a large company I would get a higher salary and bonuses. A large company is unlikely to get bankrupt so my life would be stake.
Secondly, there would be many employees, some of them from overseas, so I would be able to get to know a wide range of people.
Thirdly, I would like to work overseas and would have more chance of being sent abroad by a big company. Then I could make use of my English and any other language I might learn at university.