Question No. 20
And now for the Ski Report. If you’re planning on skiing this weekend, here’s what you can expect. If you’re going to Richmond Mountain, you will find nice powder snow, but it will be cloudy and windy. In Washington Valley, excellent snow conditions and sunny skies await you. Spruce Valley will be closed because of high winds. At Vincent Mountain, the weather will be sunny and clear, but the snow is sticky after all the rain they had last week. Wherever you go, drive carefully and enjoy skiing!
Question No. 21
Attention please. Due to technical problems, Train 342 (three-four-two), the Sunshine Express, scheduled to depart from Platform 5 for Miami at 10:00 (o’clock), has been cancelled. If you have already purchased a ticket for Train 342, please go to the service counter for a cash refund or ticket exchange. Passengers without tickets should go to the ticket window to purchase tickets for the next available train.
Question No. 22
Hi, everybody. Here we are, bright and early, ready to join two thousand people in the Greenview Holiday Marathon. The race will start in 25 minutes. We all have to go to our starting positions right away. Everybody in our group is registered and has a color-coded number, right? Only pre-registered runners with numbers are allowed to participate. So, be sure your number patches are in full view. Remember, there are five starting zones. You have to go to the color-coded zone that matches the color of your number patch. Let’s get out there and do our best!
Questions No. 23 to 25
Our guest on this evening’s show is Elsa Baker, a woman who has just come back from a three-year trip around the world. She visited five continents and even managed to pick up a few foreign languages along the way. She spent nine months traveling the length of South America by bus and traveled all over Europe and Russia by train.
What makes Elsa different from your ordinary tourist, however, is that she was eighty-three years old when she started out on her trip. After her husband passed away four years ago, she sold her house, bought a backpack and a number of travel books, and took off. She told us earlier that she felt if she didn’t go then, she would never have another chance to follow her lifelong dream ― to travel abroad.
Tonight we will hear about some of her many adventures ― riding on a camel in the Indian desert, hiking in the Himalayas, and boating down the Amazon River. How did she do it? How did she manage? What are Elsa’s future travel plans? Tune in at seven o’clock and find out on tonight’s edition of Adventure Travel.
【解答】 2007年度 追試験 第４問
問20 ④ 問21 ②
問23 ③ 問24 ①