Hiking is a good way to relievestress, but gettinglost can be an unhappyexperience. To avoidgettinglost, you shouldlearnabout the place in which you want to hike by studying a map. You can locate the rivers, roads, and otherlandmarks on the map so that you can knowthemwhen you are hiking. You shouldnever go hikingalone. It is best to have at leastthreepeople in yourgroup. If one of you becomessick or injured, therewill be one to takecare of the sick or injured one and one to call for help. Also, eachpersonshouldtake a smallcompass, waterproofwatches, and a pocketknife.
If you get lost, don’t be nervous. You can take out your map and use yourcompass to decide on a route to the nearestroad. If you are not sure of a way out, staywhere you are. Get a firestarted to keep you warm. Yell out once in a while and wait for the searchteam to arrive. But the mostimportantthing is to staycalm.
【題組】60. Which of the following is trueabout the article?
(A) Whenpeople get lost, theyshouldremainquiet all the time.
(B) Gettinglost in the mountains is a wonderfulexperience for hikers.
(C) Peopleshould run around if they get lost and cannotfind a way out.
(D) Stayingcalm is the mostimportantthing to do whenpeople get lost.
In 2005, a womannamedTanyaPintodecided to takethreemonths off fromwork in America and to visit the countrywhere she was born－India. She helped at MotherTeresa's home for orphans（孤兒）－childrenwithoutparents－in Kolkata（加爾各答）. As she traveled, she saw morechildren in need. Afterreturning to her job in Texas, TanyastartedBaal Dan. Tanyastarted the projectwithhelpfromfriends and kind-heartedpeople. Theywouldeachgive ten dollars, twentydollars or fiftydollars for her to take to India. Today, Baal Dan getshelpfrommorepeople and organizations（組織）thatalsogivemoney. No matter how muchmoneytheygive, it is of greathelp to Baal Dan. Children in need in India can get food, clothes and educationfromBaal Dan. Tanyaherselfalsotakes the children out to the zoo or to the park. She hopesthese fun activities（活動）can bring joy to themeventhoughlife is so hard. TanyaPintooncesaid, "Even if you are not a celebrity, if you are not rich, if you are not famous, you can do something to helpmakethisworld a betterplace."
【題組】50.What do we knowfromwhatTanyaPintosaid in the lastparagraph?
(A) Money can nevermake the worldbetter. (B) Whenpeople are famous, theyalso get rich.
(C) People can't get richunlessthey do something. (D) Anybody can make a difference to the world.
Part Ⅲ ListeningComprehension (35 minutes)
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Directions: In thissection, you willhear 8 shortconversations and 2 longconversations. At the end of eachconversation, one or morequestionswill be askedaboutwhat was said. Both the conversation and the questionswill be spokenonlyonce. Aftereachquestiontherewill be a pause. During the pause, you mustread the fourchoicesmarked (A), (B), (C) and (D), and decidewhich is the bestanswer. Thenmark the correspondingletter on AnswerSheet 2 with a singlelinethrough the centre.
(A) Theywouldrathertravelaroundthanstay at home.
(B) Theyprefer to carrycashwhentravelingabroad.
(D) They dont like to spendmuchmoney on traveling.
_______________ Whenpeople are angry, theyoftenjump to conclusions, and some of thoseconclusions can be veryinaccurate. When you start to feelangry, the firstthing you should do is to slowdown and thinkthroughyourresponses. At the sametime, listencarefully to what the
otherperson is saying. Try to figure out what is causing the anger for both of you. It may take a lot of patience on yourpart, but don’t let yourangerspin out of control.
(A) There are manypossibleindirectfactorswhichmighttrigger one’s angers.
(B) One way to bettermanageangerwhen you are in an argument is to learn how to
(C) Whenyourboyfriendyells at you, he may really be sayingthat he feelsneglected and
(D) You shouldthinktwiceanytimebefore you speak, so you can expressyourselfclearlyeverytime.
第 46 題至第 50 題為題組
Americanfamilies are differenttodaythantheywere 100 years ago. The biggestdifference is thatthey are
smaller. In the past, mostfamilieslived on farms. Theyneededlots of children to helpwithwork. Today, mostfamilieslive in cities, and manyparentscannotafford a largefamily. Otherparentsworrythat if theyhavemorethan two
children, it willincrease the world’s population.
Also, the types of families are changing. There are moresingleparentsthaneverbefore. Moreunmarriedcouples
are havingchildren, and manycouples are choosing to have no children at all. Todaytraditionalfamilies – a marriedcouplewithchildren – composelessthan 25 percent of all US households.
One reason for this is the greaternumber of workingwomen. In the past, womendepended on theirhusbands.
Now manywomenhavejobs. They do not have to be married to get money. Anotherreason is divorce. This is when
the husband and wifedecide to end theirmarriage. Abouthalf of all US marriages end in divorce. Finally, manypeople
are not gettingmarried. Theychoose to livetheirlives by themselves.
【題組】50 According to the passage, which of the followingstatements is related to the change of US families?
(A) Manywomenbegin to earntheir own money. (B) Manywomendepend on theirhusbands.
(C) Manycouplesdecide to continuetheirmarriage. (D) Manypeople get married and havechildren.