BBC Learning English 英语教学




1. When you're out walking up a mountain, what's the highest point you want to aim for?

a) the summit

b) the peak

c) the crest

d) all of the above

2. When you go walking you can say you are going to 'take a hike' but in informal English, what does this phrase also mean?

a) buy some boots

b) told to go away

c) go on holiday

d) put up the price

3. When you're out walking, what can you get if your boots rub the back of your feet too much?

a) warts

b) spots

c) blisters

d) bunions

4. What other word describes the act of going on long walks for enjoyment?

a) rambling

b) straggling

c) twitching

d) meandering

5. If something is described as 'a walk in the park', what does it mean?

a) To go on a really easy walk

b) To do something for a short period of time

c) To have lots of energy or enthusiasm

d) To do something that is easy to do or accomplish

6. What do you call the bag that you can carry on your bag and holds the essential things you need for your hike?

a) knapsack

b) rucksack

c) backpack

d) all of the above


1) d, 2) b, 3) c, 4) a, 5) d, 6) d.


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