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1.26. Some of my colleagues joined the______against the building of a nuclear power plant.
2.27. Most young college graduates today are not given too many______for jobs because of the weak economy.
3.28. Your passport will ______soon. Remember to renew it before you go abroad.
4.29. Jenny declined Jack’s invitation in a______manner to neither disappoint him nor embarrass him.
5.30. If a hurricane strikes, there is a huge basement which can______ all the villagers on the island.
6.31. Since Sam was accused of tax avoidance, he has lost all his ______as an honest government official.
7.32. The businesses are______around the newly-developed city, and many people come here for job
8.33. We have to make a thorough______ of the current situation first before working out the most practical
9.34.______ his busy schedule, he manages to find time to exercise.
(C) Instead of
(D) Owing to
10.35. There is no way we can make______possible for students to speak English fluently in a week.
11.36. The company______ their products to Europe, but now their core business is in China.
(A) is used to selling
(B) used to sell
(C) was used to sell
(D) used to selling
12.37. The manager offered a great reward to______ could first complete the challenging task.
13.38.______ by the unknown stranger in the room, the girl screamed as loudly as she could.
(C) To stun
(D) To be stunned
14.39. Charlie ______video games for eight hours by the time his father comes home at midnight tonight.
(A) have played
(B) was playing
(C) had been playing
(D) will have been playing
15.40. Not until I arrived at school______ that I had forgotten to lock the front door of my house.
(A) I recalled
(B) did I recall
(C) I did recall
(D) recalled by me
In Taiwan, working holiday has become increasingly popular among those who would like to go abroad and try new things, especially for the young. 41 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it is reported that the number of applicants for working holiday visa each year has gone beyond ten thousand people since 2009 42 that there are ten countries offering working holiday opportunities in 2013. Working holiday makers undertake employments to afford travel fiinds in countries they would like to visit. 43 a short period of time, usually less than a year, they temporarily leave the place they are accustomed to, 44 themselves into a remote and unfamiliar environment. New people, new culture, different values, different ways of life are 45 would possibly be expected. These enable working holiday makers to have expanded views, gain valuable experience, and enrich their lives.
(A) According to
(B) Because of
(C) Due to
(D) Except for
Dementia is the loss of mental functions such as thinking, memory, and reasoning that is severe enough to interfere with a person’s daily functioning. Rather than a disease itself, dementia is a group of symptoms caused by various diseases or conditions. They damage and kill the brain cells, which results in impairment of cognitive ability.
Dementia develops when the parts of the brain that are involved with learning, memory, decision-making, and language are affected by one or more of a variety of infections or diseases. The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, but there are as many as 50 other known causes. In some cases, the dementia can be treated and cured because the cause is treatable. Examples of this include dementia caused by substance abuse, combinations of prescription medications, and hormone or vitamin imbalances. In other cases, although a person may appear to have dementia, a severe depression can be causing the symptoms. This is known as pseudo dementia and is highly treatable. In most cases, however, true dementia can never be cured.
Considered a late-life illness, dementia tends to develop mostly in elders. About 5% to 8% of all people over the age of 65 have some forms of dementia, and this number doubles every five years above that age. It is estimated that as many as half of people in their 80s suffer from dementia. One of file main symptoms is memory loss, which becomes worse as the illness progresses. Subjects with mild to moderate degree of dementia may fail to find right words to name things and become more repetitive. In later stages of the condition, subjects may lose track of time and be unable to work out directions even in familiar places. Oftentimes, symptoms also include changes in personality, mood, and behavior.
Although dementia seems to be unavoidable and irreversible as one ages, there are still ways that may prevent or delay the development of dementia. For example, several studies have found that people who engage in intellectually stimulating activities, such as social interactions, chess, crossword puzzles, and playing a musical instrument, significantly lower their risk of developing dementia. Those ways may not apply to all forms of dementia, but many people are encouraged by the results of the studies and believe it will eventually become possible to prevent some forms of dementia.
【題組】46. Where is the passage most likely taken from?
(A) A guide to general pathology.
(B) A review of political philosophy.
(C) A journal of sociological studies.
(D) A report on archaeological findings.
22.【題組】47. Which of the following topics is not dealt with in the passage?
(A) 丁he causes of dementia.
(B) The symptoms of dementia.
(C) The ways to diagnose dementia.
(D) The methods to prevent dementia.
23.【題組】48. Which of the following words is closest in meaning to “pseudo” in the second paragraph?
24.【題組】49. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A) Dementia can be attributed to numerous reasons.
(B) Dementia is less likely to develop in male than in female elders.
(C) Alzheimer，s disease is not the principal factor in the development of dementia.
(D) Playing intellectual games will definitely protect everyone from developing dementia.
25.【題組】50. Choose all possible activities below that could prevent the elderly from developing dementia.
I. Drinking alcohol alone.
II. Watching TV at home.
III. Joining a book study group.
IV. Playing the guitar in a band.
(C) m IV.
(D) n, IE, IV.