國中英語基測出現過 go 的考題。

Dear Aunt Tara,

I have a problem with my homework. We have to do It in a group. It has to be finished this Friday, but Gary, the boy in our group, has done nothing helpful. He just keeps rocking the boat.

Every time we talk about the work with him, he always says, “Don’t worry. I’ll do it later.But he seldom does his job. And when he does, he does it the wrong way. Someone has to do it for him again. What’s worse is when Ms. Lin asks about our group, Gary always tells her that we others don’t work hard enough. I’m really mad at Gary about this. We’re in the same group. Shouldn’t we help each other to do a better job?

Kate

Dear Kate:

It is important for students to learn how to work together in a group. Maybe you should talk to Gary about the problem and tell him you all need his help. If he still doesn’t change, go talk to your teacher. I believe she can make Gary do his job.

Aunt Tara

1.
What does rocking the boat most likely mean in Kate's letter?
likely 可能
Stopping things going well.
Telling people what to do.
Working without thinking.
Doing easy jobs.
2.
What does this mean?
Making excuses for being late for group meetings.
Talking too much about himself.
Speaking at the wrong time.
Saying something bad about the group.
3.
What do we know from Aunt Tara’s letter?
Kate is the leader of Ms. Lin’s class.
Kate should let Gary know how she feels.
Gary should be put in another group.
Gary has decided to change himself