1.36 Do you know how long it ___ to walk to the train station from here?
(A)gets (B)takes (C)spends (D)makes
2.37 After the stolen truck was abandoned, the police ___ it to the nearest garage.
(A)fined (B)towed (C)repaired (D)announced
3.38 Jenny’s excellent academic record helped her gain ___ to many top universities.
(A)reception (B)agreement (C)decision (D)admission
4.39 Are you free this weekend? There’s an ___ of paintings of Manet at Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
(A)impression (B)exception (C)exhibition (D)inflation
5.40 Mr. Lin couldn’t decide which car to buy, ___ there were many attractive models.
(A)so (B)or (C)for (D)but
6.第 41 題至第 45 題為題組
For decades, childhood obesity rates have been on the rise. Now some U.S. cities are seeing progress in their fight
against fat. New York City showed a 5.5% drop in the number of overweight children from 2007 to 2011. Philadelphia
showed a 4.7% drop, and Los Angeles a 3% drop. Declining childhood obesity rates have also been reported in parts of
Mississippi, the state with the highest obesity rate in the nation.
In 2011, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began a project to combat childhood obesity. The
project’s goal is to find ways to make healthy changes in a community’s schools, food stores, parks and other places. For
example, Philadelphia works with an organization called the Food Trust to connect schools with local farms and bring
fresh vegetables to cafeterias. New York City has required chain restaurants to post calorie information on their menus.
Mississippi created a program called “Fruits & Veggies: More Matters” to teach kids how to add healthy foods to their
daily diets. These examples send a clear message: Any community that makes these kinds of changes over a few years
will see their children get healthier.
Now schools nationwide are doing their part. Fried food has disappeared from many cafeteria menus. Whole-wheat
bread has replaced white bread. Drinks like water and low-fat milk have replaced sugary beverages, including fruit punch,
sports drinks and soda. Many schools have banned junk food and require healthier snack options in vending machines. 【題組】41 What does the word “obesity” in the article most likely mean?
(A)disease (B)overweight (C)birthrate (D)discipline
7.【題組】42 Which city/state showed the biggest decline in childhood obesity rate?
(B)New York City.
8.【題組】43 What is the third paragraph mainly about?
(A)Some healthy choices.
(B)Some nutritional facts.
(C)Some medical treatments.
(D)Some weight control myths.
9.【題組】44 Which measure was taken by Philadelphia to combat childhood obesity?
(A)Establishing chain restaurants all over the city.
(B)Providing fresh vegetables in school cafeterias.
(C)Giving calorie information on restaurant menus.
(D)Teaching children how to go on a healthy diet.
10.【題組】45 Which of the following will most likely appear in a healthy diet?
11.第 46 題至第 50 題為題組
Getting a good camera shot is a difficult challenge for amateur photographers. In order to get a successful picture,
there are many things to 46 . First, what do you want to appear in the 47 of the photo you are taking and what
will be in the background? Second, you will have to choose between getting a 48 or a distance shot. Third, how will
you need to adjust the camera so that the film is not under- or over-exposed because of the amount of light? If you are
indoors, the lighting may be 49 and you can use the indoor setting. However, when you are outdoors, you will need
to adjust the camera settings so as not to get too much 50 from the sun. Even though there are so many factors to
take into consideration, most people with a lot of practice can succeed in getting excellent photographs.
【題組】46 (A)conclude (B)consider (C)compete (D)cure