100 年 - 台北市立建國高級中學100學年度第一次教師甄選英文科筆試試題#7760
1.1.Stars run the ___ from Earth-sized white dwarfs to red giants with diameters up to 200 times that of our sun.
2.2.The banker referred to his mistress ___ as his “social secretary.”
3.3.An authentic ___ is an essential ingredient in a good historical novel.
4.4.Voters have become thoroughly disgusted with candidates who ___ their rivals’ reputations.
5.5.Falling home prices and the slowdown in housing sales are often the first ___ of a recession.
6.6.Tour guides are trained to give complete and polite answers to questions, not ___ responses.
7.7.“Female unknown,” said the medical examiner, “severe ___ force trauma to head, ears, and chest.”
8.8.With her standing in the public opinion polls ___, the President had a very tenuous hold on power.
9.9.Battered by a devastating tornado and then a fire, the ____ community faced dismal prospects.
10.10.Even with the scaly snakes swinging from the skull held in his hand, the famed magician remained ___ as if he was used to it.
11.11.I do not criticize people for trying to get ahead, but I ___ any attempt to take unfair advantage of others.
12.12.“A good salad,” noted the celebrity chef, “should be more of a ___ event than an ironclad recipe. Feel free to add or omit ingredients as whim or necessity dictates.”
13.13.I think that the vivid phrase “having a short fuse” aptly describes my wife’s ___ temperament.
14.14.Health-care advocates can work intensively during a medical crisis or ___ if a client's needs are more episodic.
15.15.It is frustrating that a magazine would ___ a story from many years ago and present it to the people as if it were somehow current.