1.貳、英文：單選題 40 題，每題 2.5 分、共 100 分
1. When taking a drug for a while, some patients would gradually develop a
_____ for it and need to be given a larger dose.
(A) anticipation (B) hesitancy (C) disinclination (D) tolerance
7.7. Taiwan orchid producers have successfully mastered their art to the
point that they now enjoy a _____ lead in the floricultural industry.
(A) permanent (B) ferocious (C) considerable (D) unanimous
10.10. By the time I got to the end of his article, I felt I knew everything there
_____ about the European Union Free Trade Agreement.
(A) was to know (B) is being known
(C) had been known (D) would be known
13.13. The Sunshine Non-Profit Foundation tried to persuade people not to
_____ this store until it agreed to hire capable people with physical
(A) promote (B) register (C) navigate (D) frequent
16.16. Playing sports in school _____ meant to teach teamwork and leadership skills students can use later in life.
(A) which is an activity (B) because activity is
(C) being an activity which is (D) is an activity
26.26. If you don’t hurry up with your proposal, by the time you present it to
the screening committee,others _____ better ones.
(A) can come up with (B) will have come up with
(C) would have come up with (D) will be coming up with
29.29. After her first Harry Potter book was published, Rowling went from a
common housewife to a world-famous literary _____ practically overnight .
(A) momentum (B) collaboration (C) representation (D) sensation
The internship—a spell of cv-burnishing work experience--is now
ubiquitous across America and beyond. This year young Americans will
complete perhaps one million (31.) placements; Google alone recruited
3,000 interns this summer, (32.) them the chance to “do cool things that matter”.Brussels and Luxembourg are the summer homes of 1,400
stagiaires, (33.) embryonic Eurocrats,doing five-month spells at the
European Commission. The “Big Four” audit companies—Deloitte,Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers(PWC)—will (34.) more than
30,000 interns this year. Bank of China runs an eight-week program (“full of contentment, yet indescribable”,according to an intern (35.) on its
website); Alibaba, a Chinese online-retailing behemoth, has a global
scheme. Infosy, an Indian tech giant, brings 150 interns from around the world to Bangalore each year.
【題組】31. (A)conventional (B)convenient
The exact historical origins of the ice cream that young and old alike
adore are shrouded in mystery. Before this popular dessert was invented, Marco Polo had returned from the Orient with a recipe for sherbet.
Hundred of years earlier, the Roman emperor Nero had snow and ice
rushed to Rome from the mountains by special teams of runners.
He then flavored the ice with fruit juices. Ice creams like the modern
variety were probably invented in Italy, where it quickly became an
expensive treat for the very rich. King Charles I of England bragged of his secret recipe for ice cream; Henry II of France served a different flavor to his court each day for a month to mark his marriage. In America,
Thomas Jefferson also bragged of his secret flavors. George Washington, according to a merchant’s
book, spent almost $200 on ice cream in 1790. And Dolly Madison served ice cream at her husband’s Second Inaugural at the White House. It was
pointedly evident that the cream was from the president’s cows; the fruit, from the White House garden. Not until the nineteenth century, when
insulated icehouses for keeping ice and hand-cranked ice-cream freezers were invented, were the lower classes able to afford ice cream.
【題組】36. What is the author’s purpose in writing this passage?
(A) To clarify a myth about ice cream flavors.
(B) To discuss the evolution of ice cream in America.
(C) To inform us about the history of ice cream.
(D) To provide reasons for the popularity of ice cream.
37.【題組】37. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?
(A) Marco Polo brought the recipe for sherbet from the Orient.
(B) The Roman emperor Nero enjoyed ice and fruit juices.
(C) Henry II of France served ice cream to celebrate his marriage.
(D) The Italians are generally credited for creating the first sherbet
38.【題組】38. What can be concluded from the passage?
(A) Nero got his idea for ice and fruit juices from the Orient.
(B) Thomas Jefferson was a great fan of ice cream.
(C) Ice cream has lost its appeal in some European countries.
(D) England discovered ice cream earlier than the Italians.
39.【題組】39. The passage suggests that _____.
(A) Dolly Madison could make ice creams better than anyone else
(B) after the lower classes could afford ice cream, the rich lost interest in the treat
(C) ice cream was introduced in America before it was known in England
(D) it wasn't until 1800 that ice cream was made available to the general public