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1.11. After working diligently for thirty years, I think I should slow down and enjoy a(n) _______ life now.
(A) countless
(B) leisurely
(C) ashamed
(D) beloved
2.12. Joseph became a billionaire after he _______ a big fortune and three houses in the downtown area from his grandparents.
(A) crippled
(B) donated
(C) settled
(D) inherited
3.13. Last night, I went to a concert. The orchestra was led by a world-famous _______ , and their music was really amazing.
(A) conductor
(B) assistant
(C) craftsman
(D) skyscraper
4.14. Eric usually nods off in English class. ______ , he is not interested in English at all.
(A) Merely
(B) Readily
(C) Obviously
(D) Eventually
5.15. He came to our company five years earlier than me. Thus, he is _______ to me here.
(A) available
(B) virgin
(C) relative
(D) senior
6.16. I took several part-time jobs in college. Among them, _______ is my favorite job because teaching others was really meaningful for me.
(A) pioneering
(B) sneaking
(C) tutoring
(D) laboring
7.17. You should not ______ anything that has copyrights since it is illegal to do it.
(A) pirate
(B) host
(C) spy
(D) peer
8.18. Nike is one of the major shoe ______ in the world. It sells a huge number of shoes every year.
(A) manufacturers
(B) volunteers
(C) publishers
(D) settlers
9.19. The ______ of the earthquake last week have no food to eat and no place to live in.
(A) operators
(B) gangsters
(C) victims
(D) sophomores
10.20. After the ______ took another look at the crime scene, he knew that the case was more complicated than he had imagined.
(A) emperor
(B) inspector
(C) pickpocket
(D) murderer
11.21. If the war does break out, all the people of these two countries will become ________ . Everyone will suffer from the war.
(A) orphans
(B) ministers
(C) instructors
(D) refugees
12.22. Without a good working environment and a high salary, many _______ of this company want to quit.
(A) examinees
(B) examiners
(C) employees
(D) employers
13.23. Hilda was a successful wine _____ . She earned much money by selling wine.
(A) scholar
(B) merchant
(C) priest
(D) lecturer
14.24. It is so unbelievable that the only _______ of the severe crash is a three-month-old infant.
(A) pilgrim
(B) surgeon
(C) physicist
(D) survivor III. Phrase Matching (9%)
15.25. After his wife ______ , Albert was so sad that he did not want to see friends and always thought of those happy days.

(A) laid down
(B) held on to
(C) passed away
(D) ended up
(E) lived out
16.26. Jennifer’s parents ______ the rule that she could not come home later than ten or she will be grounded.
 
(A) laid down
(B) held on to
(C) passed away
(D) ended up
(E) lived out
17.27. After hiding for many years, the cold-blooded killer, who had killed twenty-three people, ________ in jail. 

(A) laid down
(B) held on to
(C) passed away
(D) ended up
(E) lived out
18.28. Little Yoshi _______ her dream of teaching English in an international program, and she believed that her dream would come true in the end. 
 
(A) go through
(B) hang in there
(C) believe in
(D) go ahead
(E) on hand
19.29. Please ______ and enjoy the paintings in this exhibition. Feel free to ask any question about the paintings.

(A) go through    
(B) hang in there   

(C) believe in    
(D) go ahead  
(E) on hand
20.30. I was exhausted, and I really wanted to quit, but I told myself to ______ and finish the race. 

(A) go through    
(B) hang in there   

(C) believe in    
(D) go ahead  
(E) on hand
21.31. Younger kids, compared with teenagers, are more likely to _____ the existence of Santa Clause. 

(A) go through    
(B) hang in there   

(C) believe in    
(D) go ahead  
(E) on hand
22.32. In life you will ______ many hardships because life isn't always easy and perfect.

(A) go through    
(B) hang in there   

(C) believe in    
(D) go ahead  
(E) on hand
23.33. Without any lighters or matches ______, the scouts failed to start fire to keep themselves warm in the camping site.

(A) go through    
(B) hang in there   

(C) believe in    
(D) go ahead  
(E) on hand
24.34. It is really a beautiful afternoon! Let’s take a walk around the lake, _______ we?
(A) would
(B) will
(C) shall
(D) ought
25.35. I don't have enough money to buy lunch. ______ you lend me some money?
(A) Could
(B) Shall
(C) Should
(D) Might
26.36. That ice is dangerously thin now. You _____ go ice-skating today.
(A) might not
(B) must not
(C) might as well
(D) cannot help but
27.37. He _____ this crime. He wasn't even in the city that night.
(A) could not commit
(B) might not commit
(C) couldn’t have committed
(D) shall not have committed
28.38. _____ the New Year bring you all your heart desires.
(A) Will
(B) Would
(C) Shall
(D) May
29.39. It’s shocking that the pop singer _____ die at such a young age.
(A) should
(B) must have
(C) would
(D) might
30.40. I _____ have a Rolls-Royce, but now I can barely afford a small motorbike.
(A) used to
(B) would
(C) was used to
(D) would be used to
31.41. Which of the following is grammatically correct?
(A) Dare you talked to the girl?
(B) Do you dare to talk to that girl?
(C) The clerk needs not say sorry.
(D) The clerk need not to say sorry.
32.42. You have a bad cold. You _____ drink icy water.
(A) may well
(B) need not
(C) can not but
(D) had better not
33.43. You should obey your parents, but you never _______ .
(A) have
(B) do
(C) would
(D) used to
34.44.My name is David and Allan is my best friend. Allan and I _____44_____ to the same school since kindergarten. We went to the same elementary school, the same junior high school, and now we go to the same high school. However, _____45_____ we are in the same high school now, we don’t really hang out much. We are in different classes, and we join different clubs. Besides, the study load in high school is far heavier than we _____46_____ in junior high school. There are many more subjects to study, and tests and homework assignments just _____47_____ piling up. We are both struggling to get used to high school life. I miss _____48_____ biking trips with Allan in the countryside. I find _____49_____ sad that we are so close in distance and yet spend so little time together. The winter break is approaching. I hope we can get together more often then.
【題組】44.
(A) went
(B) go
(C) have been going
(D) are going
35.【題組】45.
(A) even though
(B) in spite of
(C) as if
(D) instead of
36.【題組】46.
(A) had expected
(B) have expected
(C) expected
(D) will expect
37.【題組】47.
(A) become
(B) turn
(C) grow
(D) keep
38.【題組】48.
(A) taking
(B) to take
(C) taken
(D) take
39.【題組】49.
(A) its
(B) what’s
(C) it
(D) that’s
40.Many people enjoy good food, but the process of preparation could be a lot of work. If you know nothing about certain tips _____50_____ how to cook more effectively, the pleasure of cooking could be spoiled and it could even cause you harm. _____51_____ slicing onions for example. As a kind of widely-enjoyed vegetable, onions make lots of people cry. Many people like onion’s tangy taste but are afraid of cutting them into slices before _____52_____ them. If you want to enjoy the taste of onion without a tear-stained face, the scientific facts behind onions might help. The chemical released from onions while you cut them is called “sulphur compound,” which is irritating and _____53_____ tearing gas as weapons. To prevent the chemical from hurting your eyes, put the onions in the refrigerator first. The low temperature in the refrigerator would make the chemical _____54_____ active and it would not release as much when you cut the onions. _____55_____ amazingly easy it is to solve the problem! Next time, try this tip, and you will no longer have to eat onions with red puffy eyes.
【題組】 50.
(A) at
(B) on
(C) with
(D) to
41.【題組】51.
(A) Make
(B) Use
(C) Take
(D) Have
42.【題組】52.
(A) they cook
(B) cook
(C) having cooked
(D) they had cooked
43.【題組】53.
(A) used to make
(B) is used to making
(C) used to making
(D) is used to make
44.【題組】54.
(A) more
(B) much
(C) less
(D) very
45.【題組】55.
(A) How
(B) What
(C) So
(D) Such
46.Lin Hwai-min, the founder of Could Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan, has contributed a lot to the development of modern dance in Taiwan. Those _____56_____ only see the shiny praise that Lin has won over the years might not be able to imagine the difficulties that Lin has been through in the past. Born in a family where scholars were highly valued, his parents _____57_____ him to spend more time studying to get high social status. His dream of being a dancer, _____58_____ very different from his parents’ expectations, never faded. Lin worked hard in his modern dance class, but the training was _____59_____ harder than he had expected. Finally, all the hard work proved its worth. Lin not only danced to his tune _____60_____ founded Cloud Gate in 1973, and Cloud Gate 2 in 1999. He succeeded _____61_____ fusing Chinese and western dancing spirits and skills. Without a doubt, Lin and his dance troupe’s great productions will continue to influence audiences worldwide.
【題組】56.
(A) who
(B) which
(C) whose
(D) whom
47.【題組】57.
(A) prefers
(B) preferred
(C) have preferred
(D) had preferred
48.【題組】58.
(A) since
(B) even
(C) though
(D) so
49.【題組】59.
(A) very
(B) some
(C) more
(D) much
50.【題組】60.
(A) so
(B) and
(C) but
(D) that
51.【題組】61.
(A) at
(B) of
(C) on
(D) in
52.Once upon a time, a goblin decided to take a magic mirror to Heaven. However, the mirror accidentally _____62_____ out of his hand and broke. Meanwhile, two children, Kay and Gerda, were enjoying a day of fun. A piece of the shattered mirror fell into Kay’s eye. The once good boy turned very mischievous. Later, when he was playing with others, he tied his sled to a carriage in the town square. Suddenly, the carriage began to fly, taking Kay away. Though Gerda felt sad, she decided to embark upon a _____63_____ to find Kay back. On the long trip, she almost forgot her quest because of a kind, old lady who offered her a _____64_____ place to stay. At last, Gerda found Kay at the Snow Queen’s palace. However, Kay showed _____65_____ toward Gerda since he had forgotten her. Trying to save Kay, Gerda started singing their favorite song which made Kay cry. His tears washed out the tiny piece of the broken mirror. _____66_____ , Kay’s memories came back to him. In the end, Kay and Gerda went back home together, and then lived happily ever after.
【題組】62.
(A) wrapped
(B) floated
(C) launched
(D) slipped
53.【題組】63.
(A) material
(B) journey
(C) demand
(D) structure
54.【題組】64.
(A) humble
(B) vital
(C) cozy
(D) solid
55.【題組】65.
(A) indifference
(B) atmosphere
(C) beverage
(D) abdomen
56.【題組】66.
(A) At random
(B) In advance
(C) On his way
(D) All at once
57.Conor Grennan decided to take a challenge as his 30th birthday was approaching. Originally, he planned out a round-the-world trip. _____67_____ ?In Nepal, he worked at the Little Princes Children’s Home. _____68_____ Nevertheless, later, he found the kids were abandoned by the traffickers who tricked their parents into believing that they would give the children a better life. After knowing this, he resolved to do something. _____69_____ Now Conor lives next door to Little Princes. He takes care of the kids and corresponds with people who have donated to his cause. His organization has brought nearly 300 families together. You can find more in his book, Little Princes: One Man’s Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal.
【題組】67.
(A) He founded Next Generation Nepal, an organization reuniting trafficked children with their parents.
(B) However, he turned out to spend much more years in his first stop Nepal than he had expected.
(C) Much to his disappointment, he had to flee, but he would return to Katmandu.
(D) As he worked there, he thought the children there lost their parents due to the ongoing war.
58.【題組】68.
(A) He founded Next Generation Nepal, an organization reuniting trafficked children with their parents.
(B) However, he turned out to spend much more years in his first stop Nepal than he had expected.
(C) Much to his disappointment, he had to flee, but he would return to Katmandu.
(D) As he worked there, he thought the children there lost their parents due to the ongoing war.
59.【題組】69.
(A) He founded Next Generation Nepal, an organization reuniting trafficked children with their parents.
(B) However, he turned out to spend much more years in his first stop Nepal than he had expected.
(C) Much to his disappointment, he had to flee, but he would return to Katmandu.
(D) As he worked there, he thought the children there lost their parents due to the ongoing war.
60.
Crazy Dream
Last night I had a crazy dream
That I was teachin’ school.
My teachers had turned into kids,
And I laid down the rules.

I gave ‘em a hundred hist’ry books
To memorize each night,
And made ‘em read ‘em on their heads
Without turnin’ on the light.

I sent ‘em on a field trip
To the outskirts of Mongolia,
And gave ‘em an overnight assignment
To grow a twenty-foot purple magnolia.

I asked ‘em how many awful grades
Can cause how many tears?
And if they got one answer wrong,
I just hung ‘em up by their ears.

And when they talked or laughed in class,
I pinch ‘em ‘til they cried
Louder and louder ─ ‘til I woke up
Feeling very satisfied.

【題組】 70. What is the rhyme scheme in the second stanza of the poem “Crazy Dream”?
(A) efef
(B) efgf
(C) eeff
(D) efgg
61.【題組】71. What is NOT the tone of the poem “Crazy Dream”?
(A) funny
(B) humorous
(C) critical
(D) teasing
62.【題組】72. In the poem “Crazy Dream”, what did the teachers, who had turned into kids, NOT do?
(A) They read books on their heads.
(B) They went on a field trip.
(C) They grew a twenty-foot purple magnolia overnight.
(D) They asked how many awful grades can cause how many tears.