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1.1. Sometimes adults have more _____ notions than kids do, so it is more difficult for adults to acceptnew conditions.
(A) prepared
(B) previewed
(C) prevented
(D) preconceived
2.2. The _____ from automobiles makes the air unhealthy.
(A) emission
(B) permission
(C) transmission
(D) submission
3.3. Make sure you drink a lot of water when you exercise on a hot day; you don’t want to get _______.
(A) detergent
(B) dehydrated
(C) decomposed
(D) defrosted
4.4. Although the Olympic Games is meant to bring together the athletes of the world in peaceful competition, it has been ______ by political tensions.
(A) affected
(B) blessed
(C) embroiled
(D) involved
5.5. I am honored to accept this award ______ our departed director.
(A) in light of
(B) on behalf of
(C) on account of
(D) because of
6.6. Peter did not have anywhere to stay so David ______ for a few days.
(A) put him on
(B) put him over
(C) put him up
(D) put him across
7.7. John bent the rule to his own advantage. What hedid was an act from ____ rather than from principle.
(A) aversion
(B) expediency
(C) homogeneity
(D) saturation
8.8. It is impossible for a patient with mild or acute symptoms to know if the tumor is ____ or malignant; therefore more medical examinations are needed.
(A) benign
(B)oracular
(C)pungent
(D) stagnant
9.9. Computer graphics is just an appropriate ____ for turning algebra into forms.
(A) altruism
(B) liberalism
(C) pendulum
(D)mechanism
10.10. The police officer was accused of ____ while handling the traffic accidents. He let the drunk driver, a famous singer, walk away from the scene.
(A) impropriety
(B) homophobia
(C) loitering
(D) opacity
11.
The H1N1 flu seems a far cry from the mass killer it was feared to be when it first emerged in Mexico in April. _11__ it 
has since infected more than 12,000 people in 43 countries, including more than 6,500 in the U.S., it has so far killed just 86 
victims. Health officials are still on high __12__.The disease continues to spread, with a batch of new cases in Japan in 
mid-May that could be enough to prompt the World Health Organization (WHO) to __13__ an official pandemic. 
Meanwhile, in New York City, which saw one of the earliest and fastest escalating __14__ of the disease in the U.S., the 
H1N1-related death of an assistant principal of a public school on May 17 prompted more school closures and raised concerns 
from some parents. __15__ the city's jailhouses have become a political battlefield over H1N1. After at least four inmates 
__16__ the disease at Rikers Island, potentially putting guards at risk of infection, the head of the correctional officer's union 
said he would file a lawsuit to force the city to close down part of the prison. 
New Yorkers can rest easy — Mayor Michael Bloomberghas said that “turning prisoners __17__ in the streets of the city 
is not something we plan to do.” But a month after the H1N1 virus first grabbed the world's attention,we're still pondering the 
essential question: how __18__ of swine flu should we be? The answer is that we may not know for weeksor months — the 
world has been hit with pandemics before, but what is happening now is unprecedented. “For the first time in humanity, we are 
seeing, or we may be seeing, pandemic influenza_19_ in front of our eyes,” said Margaret Chan, the director-general of the 
WHO. 
That may help explain why the global response feelsa bit disjointed. Different countries have different ways of __20__ an 
evolving epidemic: while the Hong Kong government has been quarantining for 10 days everyone who has been __21__ a 
confirmed flu patient, local governments in the U.S. are still debating whether schools with infections should close. __22__, 
drug companies say they could produce nearly 5 billion doses of H1N1 vaccine in a year, if pressed. But there's still no decision 
yet on whether to go forward, or exactly how the vaccine might be distributed.  

【題組】11.
(A) What
(B) While
(C) How
(D) Where
12.【題組】12.
(A) alert
(B) demand
(C) profile
(D) risks
13.【題組】13.
(A) warn
(B) inform
(C) report
(D) declare
14.【題組】14.
(A) circles
(B) outbreaks
(C) rumors
(D) accounts
15.【題組】15.
(A) Even
(B) As
(C) Though
(D) Such
16.【題組】16.
(A) suspended
(B) suffered
(C) contracted
(D) caused
17.【題組】17.
(A) away
(B) loose
(C) off
(D) down
18.【題組】18.
(A) defeated
(B) angry
(C) afraid
(D) tired
19.【題組】19.
(A) evolve
(B) to evolve
(C) evolved
(D) evolving
20.【題組】20.
(A) lining up with
(B) summing upwith
(C) ending up with
(D) keeping up with
21.【題組】21.
(A) by way of
(B) on top of
(C) in contact with
(D) at odds with
22.【題組】22.
(A) Meanwhile
(B) Likewise
(C) Otherwise
(D)Notwithstanding
23.
 Squirrel hunting was a popular sport in West Caldwell when I was young. One day I loaded my ___23____ rifle, cocked 
the spring, and waited on the steps of the porch. A squirrel was at the top of the pear tree. I raisedthe rifle. The movement 
startled the squirrel and he jumped to the oak treeand froze __24__ I stepped off the porch. I sighted __25___ the side of the 
barrel, aimed for the squirrel’s head, and fired. Imissed the squirrel’s head and jut-shot him. Bravely, he clung to the tree as 
long as he could, then started to come down, clutching piteously at branches as he fell, _26__ mortally. I didn’t know it, yet the 
shot alerted my mother. She watched the furry creature’s descent until it fell to the ground and I shot it again, this time through 
the head at point-blank range, _27__ put it out of its suffering. 

【題組】23.
(A) homemade
(B) nocturnal
(C) acoustic
(D) ludicrous
24.【題組】24.
(A) until
(B) or
(C) as
(D) but
25.【題組】25.
(A) with
(B) along
(C) about
(D) around
26.【題組】26.
(A) would
(B) worn
(C) wounded
(D) wounding
27.【題組】27.
(A) even
(B) then
(C) and
(D) to
28.
Have you ever stood at the bus stop watching hundreds of cars go by and wondered just how many of those cars are 
headed to the same place you want to go? Wouldn’t it be great if you could just stick out your thumb and get a quick ride rather 
than waiting 10 minutes for the old bus? 
 Imagine if, instead of congested lanes of large cars with one person on board, we had a stream of traffic picking up and 
setting down passengers to help them get to their destination , a truly “rapid transit” service in action on every street. __28__ Or 
are you turned off instantly by the modern day stigma associated with “hitchhiking”? 
 Hitching a ride used to be quite socially acceptable. Nowadays (at least in the “civilized” west) somebody sticking out 
their thumb on the side of the road is seen as a much less than desirable passenger. Equally, were youto decide to try your hand 
for ride, you might not be all that comfortable with the first person who stops for you. __29__
It doesn't matter whether it's hydrogen, batteries or gasoline under the hood, if it’s two tons of metal carrying one person, 
then it is grossly inefficient. __30__   In our morefrugal future, we’re going to need to make better use of those spare seats. 



【題組】28.
(A) After all, what sort of creep would pick up a stranger off the side of the road?
(B) Can you picture this future where every car is instead a mini-bus?
(C) Of course, depending on your destination, it might take more than one 'ride' to get you from “A to B.”
(D) Clearly, we have the roads and spare seats in the vehicles to get us where we want to be.
29.【題組】29.
(A) After all, what sort of creep would pick up a stranger off the side of the road?
(B) Can you picture this future where every car is instead a mini-bus?
(C) Of course, depending on your destination, it might take more than one 'ride' to get you from “A to B.”
(D) Clearly, we have the roads and spare seats in the vehicles to get us where we want to be.
30.【題組】30.
(A) After all, what sort of creep would pick up a stranger off the side of the road?
(B) Can you picture this future where every car is instead a mini-bus?
(C) Of course, depending on your destination, it might take more than one 'ride' to get you from “A to B.”
(D) Clearly, we have the roads and spare seats in the vehicles to get us where we want to be.
31.
For those of us standing on the side of the road waiting for a ride, what we lack is a means of connecting us to a driver 
who doesn’t know we need them. __31__. It is simplya matter of integrating three common functions: First, a mobile (cell) 
phone to inform the world of our current location and where we want to go. __32__ And finally a means of paying the driver a 
small fee for the ride.  
 Let’s call this new device the “iHitch'”- a phone, GPS and payment system all in one - a simple challenge for the likes of 
Nokia, Apple or Garmin. __33__ And finally we will need some software which, when told where the drivers are going and 
where the passengers want to be, can make the optimum connections between the two.  

【題組】31.
(A) Then, GPS units to work out where we are standing and which drivers are coming our way.
(B) The next step is equipping a critical mass of passengers and vehicles for it to be a practical option.
(C) But the technological solution to this problem is already close at hand.
(D) To make our hitchhiking future happen, we’re going to need help overcoming the significant social and cultural barriers.
32.【題組】32.
(A) Then, GPS units to work out where we are standing and which drivers are coming our way.
(B) The next step is equipping a critical mass of passengers and vehicles for it to be a practical option.
(C) But the technological solution to this problem is already close at hand.
(D) To make our hitchhiking future happen, we’re going to need help overcoming the significant social and cultural barriers.
33.【題組】33.
(A) Then, GPS units to work out where we are standing and which drivers are coming our way.
(B) The next step is equipping a critical mass of passengers and vehicles for it to be a practical option.
(C) But the technological solution to this problem is already close at hand.
(D) To make our hitchhiking future happen, we’re going to need help overcoming the significant social and cultural barriers.
34.
Inspired to save?   I hope so.   But maybe you’re wondering where the money will come from.   I put my head together 
with Jeff Yeager, author of The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches, to suggest five places to start. 
Limit trips to the supermarket.  Every time you walk through those automatic doors, you’re bombarded with 
opportunities for an impulsive buy, and you may walk out with at least one or two things not on your list.   Try to make one big 
trip a week.   Savings:If you make four trips a week and spend $10 extra each time, cut three to save $120 a month. 
Coupons aren’t just for groceries anymore.  You can find coupons for movies, restaurants, andeven clothing stores.  
Savings:If your family dines out twice a month at $75 a meal, you’ll save $180 a year with ten-percent-off coupons. 
Audit your bills.  Call your wireless provider once a year to make sure you’re on the best plan.   Do the same with your
cable, internet, and long-distance providers.   Bundling all three usually nets a discount.   Savings:Several hundred dollars a 
year. 
Use public transportation or carpool.  You’ll save on petrol, maintenance and even parking.   Savings:If you 
commute 25 kilometers round-trip each day, save about $100 a month by alternating driving each week with a friend. 
Consolidate your plugs.  Between five and fifteen percent of the power used by electronics is consumed when they’re 
turned off.   Plug your TV, DVD player, cable box, and home entertainment system into a power strip or surge protector, then 
unplug it at night and when you’re not home.   Savings:If your electric bill runs $120 a month, you’ll save up to $216 a year. 

【題組】34. Which of the following is the best title for this passage?
(A) A Miss Is as Good as a Mile
(B) The Early Bird Catches the Worm
(C) Ways to Stash Cash
(D) Penny Wise and Pound Foolish
35.【題組】35. The word “limit” in line 4 is best replaced by ______.
(A) make
(B) plan
(C) change
(D) reduce
36.【題組】36. Which of the following is NOT suggested by thispassage as a way of saving money?
(A) When one eats out with family or friends, one should use coupons.
(B) When one shops for groceries, one should go to the supermarket closest to one’s house.
(C) When one is not home, one should plug off electrical appliances not in use.
(D) When one goes to work, one should carpool with friends instead of driving alone.
37.【題組】37. According to this passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A) The annual sale is the time for one to buy whatone needs at the lowest price.
(B) Things are sold at different prices at different stores, so it’s worthwhile to look around for thebest buys.
(C) There are a variety of ways one can adopt to save money.
(D) Of all the recommended ways of saving money, one can save the most by unplugging electrical appliances when they are not in use.
38.【題組】38. The word itin the second last line refers to ______.
(A) electric bill
(B) power strip
(C) electronics
(D) home entertainment system
39.
We are fast becoming a nation of social networking addicts, and no group more so than students. But where should we 
draw the line between our professional and private lives? And what are the potential risks we face when we log on? There are 
some high-profile cases of careers being ruined because of inappropriate content found on social networking sites. In October 
last year, Philip Clarke, a Tory aide, was suspended after a “blacked up” Tory co-worker was posted onhis Facebook page. 
Whether it was sheer stupidity or not, it is a scary reminder that what we post online could be seen by anyone.  
Arguably, it is graduates who are at greatest risk.Facebook was created by a Harvard University student to help people on 
campus keep in touch and was originally based around university networks. Mass demand for the service has led it to be opened 
to all, with networks now based around cities rather than universities. This makes it more difficult for graduates to decide when, 
if ever, it is time to end their relationship with social networking.  
Continuing the student lifestyle through your profile may seem the best way of avoiding having to growup completely. 
But student accounts can be particularly explicit and although uploading photos from a 48-hour post-exam bender might seem 
like a great idea at the time, you never know who might be looking at them a few months down the line.And it could be to the 
determent of your fledgling career.  
Throughout the press there have been reports about employers snooping onapplicants’ accounts before they even make it 
to interview. Research has shown that one in five employers use social networking sites to check up onhow candidates project 
themselves, with almost two thirds admitting that details found online affect their decisions. So, when the boundaries between 
your private and professional life become blurred, is it time to walk away from social networking?  
Many young people entering professions such as teaching or youth work are “guided” towards leaving networking sites 
because of concerns that younger people under theirsupervision could easily find them online. In professions like these, 
concerned as they are with the boundaries of decency between adults and children, the risk of using such sites can be high.  
For the majority of us, perhaps it is not a case ofending your relationship with social networking, but instead simply time 
to “clean up” your account. Deleting those drunken photos, and removing the “What serial killer are you?” application takes 
little effort and could spell the difference between getting your dream job and not.  
There’s also no reason why potential employers won’t be impressed by your ability to have an active social life as well 
keep up with work. Despite this, however, in a world where first impressions count, being a member of a social networking site 
leaves you open to being judged by other people, but the vast benefits of membership shouldn’t be overlooked either.  
In the transition from student to graduate, stayingin touch seems more important than ever, and thesesites offer an 
efficient tool for communicating in an information-hungry world. Perhaps the key to successful social networking is an 
awareness of your surroundings and how your actionsaffect these … without forgetting to have a bit offun along the way. 

【題組】39. Why is Philip Clarke mentioned in the article?
(A) To show the risks of high-profile careers.
(B) As a way to remind people to watch out for their co-workers.
(C) To advocate the importance of having socialnetworking sites.
(D) As an example of how social networking site s can jeopardize careers.
40.【題組】40. Which of the following is NOT true about Facebook?
(A) It was meant to be circulated among students.
(B) It was designed to help students keep in touch.
(C) It was created by a student from Harvard University.
(D) It was first based around the cities ratherthan universities.
41.【題組】41. Why are teachers and youth workers advised not to use networking sites?
(A) They might lose their jobs because of their social life.
(B) Their private life might be ruined because of these sites.
(C) Youngsters they supervise might have accessto these sites.
(D) Their students will try to find out about their professional life.
42.【題組】42. What does “snooping on” in paragraph 4 mean?
(A) Reading carefully.
(B) Searching secretively.
(C) Randomly checking into.
(D) Deliberately looking for.
43.【題組】43. What is the main idea of this article?
(A) Graduates should not live a life style of students.
(B) Employers have every right to check job applicants’ private life.
(C) It is important to exercise caution with socialnetworking sites.
(D) In an information-hungry world, people needto stay in touch electronically.
44.【題組】44. What is the writer’s attitude about social networking site?
(A) A Facebook page doesn't have to equal career suicide.
(B) Being able to continue a student lifestyle is important.
(C) It is important to sacrifice private life to keep your careers.
(D) One’s professional life is what most employ ers are interested in.
45.【題組】45. Who are the target readers of this article?
(A) Company CEOs.
(B) Corporate managers.
(C) University professors.
(D) Newly graduated students.
46.(選錯) 46. The ( A )first global pollution convention ( B )was held in Hong Kong and it ( C )was attended by scientists from ( D )over the world. 
47.(選錯)47. The ( A )wooden fence ( B )surrounded the factory ( C )was beginning to deteriorate ( D )from rain.
48.(選錯)48. ( A )The majority of the residents of Westville( B ) stick with their banks ( C )regardless whether they offer the best ( D ) deal.
49.(選錯)49. Never look ( A )straightat the sun. ( B )Any damage ( C )in the retina ( D )could cause permanent blindness.
50.(選錯)50. More experiments ( A )on more lymphoma-bearing mice followed, and the doses ( B ) likely to achievethe best effect ( C )was assessed with ( D )great care.