News Report 1 女士開車遇到毒蛇
Kelly escaped injury and managed to save her car after a four-foot long rat snake came out from under her car seat and slithered across her feet as she was driving down the high way。 Rat snakes are poisonous or a threat to people generally。 Q1： But the woman says the snake she encountered Thursday terrified her out of her wits。 It was rough with big scales， said 。。。 who was on her way to pick up her friend at the airport when it happened。 I don‘t know whether I had my hands on the steering wheel or not。 I’m not the most flexible person in the world， but I can guarantee my knees were up next to my ears。 She said the snake first slithered back under the seat and she hoped it would stay there until she was able to get off the high way and stop。 That didn‘t work out， she said。 Here he comes， and he wind up in my back seat before I could finally get off the road， stop and get out of the car。 Q2： She called for help and Washington county animal control officers came and captured the snake。
Q1： How did Kelly feel when she first came across the Rattlesnake？
Q2： What does the report say about the snake？
1. B) Scared.
2. D) It was covered with large scales.
News Report 2 快餐的上餐速度正在變慢
Q3： Fast food turns out isn’t quite as fast as it used to be。 A new study finds that MacDonald posted its slowest drives through times since this survey was first conducted fifteen years ago。 As MacDonald’s， customers were spent on average three minutes and nine seconds from the time they placed their orders until they received their food。 That‘s about ten seconds more than the industry average and a lot slower than a decade ago， according to the study， which was commissioned by QSR， an industry trade publication。 And MacDonalds wasn’t alone in slowing down。 Other chains also saw their drive through performance slowing down。 Q4： Among the reasons for the slower service， today there are more choices on the menu， and the products themselves are more complex and take longer to prepare。 Speed， of course， is essential to the drive through experience， and drive throughs are hugely important to chains such as MacDonalds， Burger King， and Tucle Bell。 Usually， the drive through accounts for sixty to seventy percent of all business that goes through a fast food restaurant， notes Sam Ochers， editor of QSR。 Of course， consumers also want their orders prepare correctly and on that score， Ochers says accuracy is still really high。
Q3： What is the news report mainly about？
Q4： What has slowed down MacDonald‘s drive through service？
3. A) A Study of the fast-food service.
4. C) Increased variety of products.