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1.1 Most religions teach that we should have ______ for the poor, the weak, and the unfortunate.
(A) association
(B) bisection
(C) compassion
(D) obsession
2.2 The body temperature of crocodiles is not ______, so they have to warm themselves in the sun during the day.
(A) constant
(B) accurate
(C) falling
(D) mild
3.3 My boss came from an impoverished family and he attributed his success to his parents’ strict ______.
(A) emulation
(B) mentality
(C) ordinance
(D) upbringing
4.4 Citizens of the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan ______ challenges, especially when it comes to archery, the country’s beloved national sport.
(A) detest
(B) forsake
(C) relish
(D) withdraw
5.5 Clothing in Western society is ______. When we dress in the prevailing fashion, we are both trying to conform, yet simultaneously, to individualize ourselves.
(A) ambiguous
(B) paradoxical
(C) philosophical
(D) redundant
6.6 The 2-year-old child is happily playing with his new toy. Obviously, he does not realize ______.
(A) his parents to leave him
(B) his parents leaving him
(C) his parents be leaving him
(D) that his parents are leaving him
7.Attitudes of intolerance towards homosexuality have been so pronounced in the past that it is only during recent years that some of the myths surrounding the subject have been dispelled. Homosexuality is not a sickness and is not distinctively associated with any forms of psychiatric disturbance. Homosexual males are not limited to any particular __7__ of occupations, such as hairdressing, interior decorating, or the arts. Like the terms racism and sexism, heterosexism refers to the process by which non-heterosexual people are categorized and discriminated against on the basis of their sexual __8__ . Homophobia describes a fear of and __9__ for homosexual individuals. __10__ homosexuality is becoming more accepted, both heterosexism and homophobia remain ingrained in many realms of Western society; antagonism towards homosexuals __11__ in many people’s emotional attitudes. Instances of violent assault and murder of homosexuals remain all too common. For this reason, many homosexual groups are campaigning to have anti-homosexual acts classified as “hate crimes.”
【題組】 7
(A) factor
(B) censor
(C) sector
(D) mentor
8.【題組】8
(A) deception
(B) orientation
(C) contraction
(D) abstraction
9.【題組】9
(A) reverence
(B) ecstasy
(C) apathy
(D) disdain
10.【題組】10
(A) As
(B) If
(C) Because
(D) Although
11.【題組】11
(A) falters
(B) persists
(C) expires
(D) collapses
12.12 It was not until the 1970s, when ranchers began acquiring bison with an eye toward encouraging a boutique meat market, that the species rebounded in significant numbers.
(A) The population of bison increased a lot in the 1970s because ranchers saw the potential of bison as a kind of meat on the table and started to raise them on their farms.
(B) Bison eyes became a popular item in many jewelry stores in the 1970s when ranchers developed an interest in purchasing bison.
(C) Many one-eyed bison boutiques were opened in the marketplace in the 1970s, which contributed to the fast growth of the species on ranches.
(D) There was a big increase in the numbers of the bison species in the 1970s when ranchers started to appreciate its beauty.
13.13 The presence of a lovely animal can be ______ for the elderly who live by themselves.
(A) aggravating
(B) disrespectful
(C) domesticated
(D) therapeutic
14.14 More damaging are the little violations of ethical standards forced on managers or other employees who are asked every day to sacrifice personal values for company gain.
(A) Management will be at stake while little sacrifice on workers’ personal values is forced to happen.
(B) Employees’ little sacrifice on personal values for company gain is considered more damaging.
(C) Employees sacrifice their values to rescue the damaging ethical standards in companies.
(D) Ethical standards being violated means more damage of the company gain.
15.15 The green fairy tale of replacing fossil fuel with biofuel, such as palm oil, begins to look more like an environmental nightmare.
(A) The wide use of fossil fuel is believed to be a nightmare to the environment for its burning is causing severe environmental problems.
(B) The long use of fossil fuel is being replaced by palm oil, which is called biofuel and believed to bring a cleaner environment.
(C) Replacing fossil fuel with biofuel was believed to be good to the environment, but now it seems to cause more problems.
(D) Replacing fossil fuel with biofuel like palm oil is a green fairy tale because biofuel is called green oil.
16.16 African voters are losing patience with faulty elections that often exclude popular candidates and are marred by serious irregularities.
(A) Many voters in Africa have lost in their fight against the government, which often removes popular candidates from the ballots in elections.
(B) In Africa, the citizenry is irritated by elections which often exclude well-liked contenders and are marked with unfair practices.
(C) It is common to see that candidates in popular elections in Africa are often those with moral or financial liabilities.
(D) Many African voters are not happy about problematic elections in which candidates smear each other irresponsibly.
17.第 17 題至第 20 題為篇章結構,各題請依文意,從四個選項中選出最合適者,各題答案內容不重複 When the Doha global trade negotiations collapsed in July, 2008, many countries shared the blame. __17__ Indian consumers have suffered during the recent food crisis, with inflation over 12 percent for some commodities. Removing agricultural trade barriers would surely have helped get cheaper food to India’s many millions of poor citizens. Yet Indian trade minister Kamal Nath declined to open India further to farm imports. __18__ Essentially, India’s politicians fear that liberalizing agriculture will expose their farmers to catastrophe if food prices collapse in the future. India has some efficient farmers who would gain from a boost in trade. __19__ Land holdings are small, productivity is low, mechanization is minimal, and big business faces restrictions in consolidating farming. __20__ Over 100,000 Indian farmers have committed suicide in the past decade. Many reasons are cited for this: crop failure, bad monsoons, mounting debts, and alcoholism. The government’s response has been to award 100,000 rupees compensation to the families of farmers who have taken their own lives, a policy which has been criticized for creating a perverse incentive to suicides or murders.
【題組】 17
(A) But one of the more surprising culprits was India.
(B) What was behind this decision?
(C) But vast areas of the agricultural sector are hugely inefficient.
(D) By refusing to move on from its outdated approach to agriculture, India is condemning farmers to misery.
18.【題組】18
(A) But the fundamental problem is that many Indian farmers will never make a proper living on their own land.
(B) What was behind this decision?
(C) And there is also a humanitarian problem.
(D) But one of the more surprising culprits was India.
19.【題組】19
(A) But vast areas of the agricultural sector are hugely inefficient.
(B) And there is also a humanitarian problem.
(C) But the fundamental problem is that many Indian farmers will never make a proper living on their own land.
(D) What was behind this decision?
20.【題組】20
(A) By refusing to move on from its outdated approach to agriculture, India is condemning farmers to misery.
(B) But the fundamental problem is that many Indian farmers will never make a proper living on their own land.
(C) But vast areas of the agricultural sector are hugely inefficient.
(D) And there is also a humanitarian problem.