2015年5月31日 星期日

Something I did for tests


  • Listening Comprehension


A. 辨識句意:根據你所看到的圖片,選出最符合圖片的描述。
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B、基本問答:根據聽到的內容,選出一個最適合的回應句。
06. (A) I think so too. We are as good as they.
      (B) You’re right. We are sure to win.
      (C) It’s hard to say. Just don’t give up now.

07.(A) She can type for three hours without taking any rest.
     (B) She set the record only in twenty seconds.
     (C)
 Sixty words a minute.

08. (A) I’m going on a trip next Tuesday.
      (B) Wait. I will help you pack yours later.
      (C) In case it rains on the way.

09. (A) Thanks, but I don’t have his number.
      (B)
 Sure. I called him back already.
      (C)
 Great. He gave me a phone.

10. (A) Of course. You seem interested in cooking.
      (B)
 Go ahead. You really need to relax.
      (C) Sounds cool. I love traveling on a plane.


錄音稿
A. 辨識句意:根據你所看到的圖片,選出最符合圖片的描述。
1. (A) The fire was so big that nobody was able to save the boy.
    (B) The fire was burning, and it kept the room so warm.
    (C) The fire that burned down the house lasted for an hour.
2. (A) She was sleeping in bed comfortably.
    (B) She was woken up by the terrible earthquake.
    (C) Her bed was washed away during the big typhoon.
3. (A) The boy counted sheep but still couldn't fall asleep.
    (B) The boy fed the sheep before he went to bed.
    (C) The boy did math problem about sheep in bed.
4. (A) The dozen eggs cost me less than ninety cents.
    (B) The dozen eggs cost me more than ninety dollars.
    (C) The dozen eggs cost me less than one dollar.
5. (A) Neither Tom nor Mary knows how to do the math problem.
    (B) Both Tom and Mary don't know how to do the math problem.
    (C) Not only Tom but also Mary knows how to do the math problem.

B基本問答:根據聽到的內容,選出一個最適合的回應句
6. I don’t think we have even a slim chance of winning the game.
7. How fast can the secretary type?
8. Leo, what are you packing your bag for?
    9. Do you know your husband called this morning?
    10. I haven’t made up my mind if I should go traveling next month.


  • Reading Comprehension

     We all know that sharks are dangerous, but it’s time to
  listen to what the sharks may say. They complain that they are
  endangered around the world because their fins have become
  famous dishes on the table. The market shows a large shark fin
  can sell for more than NT$10,000 in China. Though sharks are
  considered to be the largest and deadliest fish in the world, its
  numbers are quickly declining. Believe it or not, this is not
  because of the power of nature. Delicious Chinese shark fin soup
  is the number one killer that has threatened their lives.

  & complain抱怨   fin    deadly致命的   threaten 脅迫
(  ) 1.What does “declining” mean?
     (A) To become more and more.    
     (B)  To become less and less.
     (C)  To become smaller and smeller.    
     (D) To become larger and larger


(  ) 2.According to the reading, which do you think is the most dangerous?
    (A) Sharks.   (B) Shark fin soup.    (C) China.   (D) People.


(  ) 3.Which of the following is true?
    (A) All shark fins can sell over NT$10,000.
    (B) Sharks are the biggest animals in the world.
    (C) Shark fin soup is popular but expensive.  

    (D) Sharks are dangerous because of their fins.&

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  There are some foreign superstitions that might be strange or funny to us, For example, if you sneeze, western people usually say, “God bless you.” to you. How come one’s sneeze has anything to do with God? It is because the old western world believed that the soul could run away from a man’s body when he sneezed. To stop this from happening, they turned to God for help. Another interesting example is that when they wish us good luck, they sometimes say “break a leg!” How may one person be so mean to us? Well, the truth is that they want to trick evil spirits into staying away from us and keep us safe. So next time when you hear somebody say those words to you, will you be angry?
&  superstition 迷信     sneeze 打噴嚏      evil spirit 邪靈

(  ) 1.According to the superstitions, what could happen to those who sneeze?
    (A) They’ll break a leg.  
    (B)  They’ll catch a cold.   
    (C)  They’ll lose their soul. 
    (D) They’ll die.

(  ) 2.How will you feel on hearing “break a leg!” after you finish the reading?

     (A) Mad.       (B) Touched.     (C) Scared.      (D) Worried.

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