2. What does the father's advice imply?
[A] It is wrong to give more pay to the passengers.
[B] Don't believe the passengers if they are paying you more.
[C] Don't follow others to overcharge the passengers.
[D] It is difficult to work hard and live as an honest boy.
3. What can be concluded from this passage about the speaker?
[A] His father's advice helped him decide which job to take up.
[B] Working in a sports team was his most important experience.
[C] He learned much from his shared experience with his team members.
[D] His experience as a baggage boy had a great influence on his later life.
4. Why can't the speaker put up with stealing?
[A] Because he thinks it is a totally shared experience.
[B] Because he thinks it is considered as the most dangerous deed.
[C] Because he thinks it does great harm to human relationship.
[D] Because he thinks it may lead to the loss of his sports team.
Questions 1 to 3 are based on a passage discussing changes in our life. You now have 15 seconds to read questions 1 to 3.
1. What can we learn about the time when things were slower?
[A] We could see changes happen quickly.
[B] We could remember the day or the year when things happened.
[C] We could see each new thing come into our life.
[D] We could imagine such a time when things were slower.
2. Which of the following illustrates the quick change in people's lives?
[A] We could not tell when there was a first generation of things.
[B] We could not know any instances of second and third generations of things.
[C] We could remember our first train rides clearly.
[D] We could know only an instance of the third generation of television.
3. What does the speaker think of his friend?
[A] She is a living history book. [B] She has a good sense of history.
[C] She is very old. [D] She can easily get excited.