Backpackers(背包客) usually carry big bags on their backs. They wear jeans and T-shirts. They use a guidebook and a map. They spend the least money to visit the most places.
Backpackers do lots of homework about the places they want to go to before setting out: food, hostels(青年旅舍), things to buy and so on. They also have to know where to catch a train.
In their big bag they put things like clothes and medicine. A tent and a sleeping bag are also necessary when they have to live outside.
Most backpackers choose hostels to stay in because they are cheap and comfortable. There are usually six or eight beds in each room.
Backpacking lets travelers see and know more. American Charles Veley was the world's most traveled backpacker. He went to over 190 countries in ten years! And he will travel on.
1.Backpackers do lots of homework EXCEPT_______.
B.finding out the train station
C.finding the hostels
D.learning to sing
2.What may not be in a Backpackers’ bag?
3.Why do backpackers choose hostels to stay in?
A.Because there are sleeping bags
B.Because there are big rooms.
C.Because hostels sell different food.
D.Because hostels are cheap and comfortable.
4.Which of the following is TRUE?
A.Backpackers can see and know more than other kinds of travelers.
B.Charles has been to so many countries that he will stop traveling.
C.Backpackers have to know where to put a tent before traveling.
D.The largest room in a hostel is usually for no more than six people.
5.The writer mainly tells us ________.
A.what backpackers are
B.where backpackers stay in
C.how backpackers do their homework
D.who is the most traveled backpacker.