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試題內容
Questions 5 to 8 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
1.[單選題]______
  • A.Luck rarely contributes to a person’s success.
  • B.One must have natural talent to be successful.
  • C.One should always be ready to seize opportunities.
  • D.Practice is essential to becoming good at something.
2.[單選題]______
  • A.Putting time and effort into fun things is profitable.
  • B.People who love what they do care little about money.
  • C.Being passionate about work can make one wealthy.
  • D.People in need of money work hard automatically.
3.[單選題]______
  • A. It knocks at your door only once in a while.
  • B.It is something that no one can possibly create.
  • C.It comes naturally out of one’s self-confidence.
  • D.It means being good at seizing opportunities.
4.[單選題]______
  • A.When luck plays a role.
  • B.What determines success.
  • C.Whether practice makes perfect.
  • D.How important natural talent is.
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  • 參考答案:A,C,B,C
  • 解題思路:錄音原文:

        W: I have many business English students. When I teach the classroom, we often end up talking about things like success and what leads to success. And it's interesting that many of them mention the element of luck.

      M: Right.

      W: Luck is important to success. But since you've seen that fantastic video on the TED Talks website by Richard St. John, he doesn't mention luck at all.

      M: Well, I'm a firm believer that people can make their own luck. I mean what people regard as luck, you can actually create, to a degree.

      W: Sure. I think a lot of what people consider luck is attributed to how you respond to the opportunities that come your way.

      M: Yes. Very good point.

      W: Seizing the opportunities. But was there any point in the video that you thought was particularly interesting?

      M: Yes. Actually there was. Something very impressive to me as many people think that luck is important and that natural talent is something you must have in order to be successful. And in the video we saw, the point about getting good at something is not about having some natural talent. It's all about practice, practice, practice.

      W: Definitely yeah. Natural talent helps in some way but at the end of the day you really do need to work hard and get really really good at what you do.

      M: Sure.

      W: I thought one interesting thing in the video was the idea of passion being so important and that people who really love what they do. Of course you're going to want to work harder and put the time and effort into it. And the funny thing is that if you love what you do and are really passionate about it and work really hard, the money kind of comes automatically.

      Q5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

      Q6. What is the woman’s view of luck?

      Q7. What is the chief point the TED Talks video makes?

      Q8. What does the woman think is the funny thing in the TED Talks video?


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