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1.1. Don’t bother asking him for money. It would be a ______ of time.
(A) hurry
(B) space
(C) waste
(D) moment

2.2. Brian and Bill are afraid of their father because he is very ______ with them.
(A) natural
(B) bright
(C) gentle
(D) strict

3.3. Don’t ______ about the test tomorrow. I believe you’ll do well.
(A) follow
(B) change
(C) expect
(D) worry

4.4. Patricia made a ______ for dinner for 7 P.M. at her favorite French restaurant, C’est La Vie.
(A) reservation
(B) preservation
(C) conservation
(D) observation

5.5. Tom ______ get any exercise. I can’t believe that he’s playing basketball today.
(A) usually
(B) always
(C) hardly
(D) finally

6.6. Journalists have a(n) ______ to keep the public informed about what the government does; that’s their job.
(A) obligation
(B) motivation
(C) application
(D) restriction

7.7. Is it a compliment? By your intonation, it sounds more like a joke.
(A) collocation
(B) praise
(C) remark
(D) competition

8.8. Deer and rabbits are naturally timid creatures.
(A) pretty
(B) adventurous
(C) shy
(D) vivid

9.9. We estimated Professor Wang’s income to be about one million a year.
(A) assessed
(B) enlarged
(C) taxed
(D) reduced

10.10. You know how everyone feigns surprise when you tell them how tall you are.
(A) prevents
(B) pretends
(D) deduces

11.11. Excuse me, sir. I need to get ______ the bus at the next stop.
(A) away
(B) off
(C) down
(D) out

12.12. Because of the emphasis on nutrition in recent decades, Americans now consume ______ chicken and fish and much less beef.
(B) either
(C) a number of
(D) a great deal of

13.13. I can’t put up ______ this toothache any longer.
(A) to
(B) with
(C) off
(D) on

14.14. ______Amy woke up, she jumped out of bed and ran toward the window.
(A) Since
(B) Before
(C) By the way
(D) As soon as

15.15. Stephen was named ______ his dad’s college coach, Mr. Stevens.
(A) as
(B) by
(C) of
(D) after

16.16. Jennifer’s easygoing personality allows her to fit ______ well with everyone.
(A) into
(B) for
(C) in
(D) out

17.17. It seems obvious, when looking at a map, that the eastern part of Brazil ______ connected to Africa long ago when the earth was forming.
(A) must be
(B) must have been
(C) should have been
(D) might be

18.18. Parking is not allowed in this area. If you park your car here, it will be ______ .
(A) towed away
(B) taken out
(C) given up
(D) turned of

19.19. Why don’t you ______ Bonnie? She’s going to the supermarket, and she can get the butter you need.
(A) go along with
(B) company along with
(C) get along with
(D) accompany with

20.20. We sent out lots of party invitations, but very few people ______.
(A) looked us up
(B) hit it off
(C) turned up
(D) came about

21.21. I have to finish this report in an hour. I’m afraid I’m ______ to help you right now.
(A) busy enough
(B) so busy
(C) very busy
(D) too busy

22.22. The famous novel Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone______ by J. K. Rowling.
(A) writes
(B) was written
(C) wrote
(D) has written

23.23. Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ______ to have written the overture for Don Giovanni in a single night—the night before the opera’s debut.
(A) said
(B) is said
(C) has said
(D) was saying

24.24. Alice must improve her handwriting, or her teacher will stop ______ her papers.
(A) accepting
(B) to accept
(C) accepted
(D) accept

25.25. Hou Hsiao-hsien is a prominent figure in Taiwan’s “New Wave” cinema movement, ______ during the 1980s.
(A) beginning
(B) in which began
(C) which began
(D) that began

26.26. ______, the soldiers will fire without warning.
(A) When threatening
(B) When they are threatening
(C) When threatened
(D) When been threatened

27.27. A: Thank you for helping me. B: ______
(A) Cheers!
(B) Not much.
(C) No problem!
(D) Excuse me.

28.28. A: Are you free on Saturday? Jurassic World is at the Vieshaw Cinemas. B: Really? ______. What time?
(A) I’m busy on Saturday.
(B) That’s not for me.
(C) It’s a pity I can’t go.
(D) I’d love to go.

29.29. A: The weather isn’t very nice today, is it? B: ______ It’s too hot.
(A) No, it certainly isn’t.
(B) I don’t think so.
(C) Of course.
(D) Yes, it certainly is.

30.30. A: What time do you have? B: ______ A: Thanks.
(A) Not very often.
(B) Twenty minutes.
(C) My watch says seven-ten.
(D) Yes, I’m available.

31.31. A: Will you back me up on this new project? B: ______
(A) I’ll leave it to you.
(B) You can count on me.
(C) Never mind.
(D) Don’t mention it. 

32.32. A: Are you a big coffee drinker? B: Definitely. ______
(A) I don’t care for coffee.
(B) I’ve been cutting back.
(C) I’m not much of a coffee drinker.
(D) I’m a coffee addict.

33.33. Johan finished
school by
next winter, so we’re going to

34.34. You may become
a victim of cyber bullying
(B) because
you have said or done unpopular something

35.35. Because the beaches are eroding
at an alarming rate for the past
ten years, the government no longer
(C) permits
building within 300 meters of the coastal area.

36.36. Arabs adore
kids and one of the first things
you’ll be asked
is how many do you have

37.37. If I have
the doctor’s advice then, I should not
ill now.

38.38. Today I have to pick
up Nikita
at school and drop off her
the theater. V.Cloze Test(Question39-43)

39.Dear Martha, When I was reading the newspaper last night, I saw a story about sleep. 39 fact, the story was about how much sleep teenagers need. Scientists have studied this question and they now believe that we teenagers need more sleep than adults. According to this news story, adults need only about eight hours of sleep every night, 40 teenagers like us need nine or ten hours! Maybe that’s 41 it is so hard for me to get out of bed in the morning. I really need to sleep longer. If I show this story to my 42 , perhaps they’ll let me sleep later in the morning. Wait a minute-no, they won’t, 43 I have to get up and go to school. If they knew these facts about sleep, they might make me go to bed earlier. Then I would miss my favorite TV program.
(A) In
(B) As
(C) On
(D) Above

(A) so
(B) but
(C) that
(D) otherwise

(A) what
(B) when
(C) why
(D) how

(A) parents
(B) friends
(C) doctors
(D) teachers

(A) unless
(B) though
(C) however
(D) because

44.VI.Reading Comprehension(Question44-50) It wasn’t that long ago that your holiday started with a trip to your local travel agent. Today, travelers are increasingly sorting out their travel arrangements using smartphone and tablet apps. This trend led US travel industry analysts Skift to create a name for such travelers—the Silent Traveler. What sets the silent traveler apart is his or her ability to solve problems using their tablets and smartphones while on their holidays. They don’t contact local tour companies directly or hunt down help from hotel staff, rather they solve their own travel concerns using their own tech-savvy wits. Using their smartphones or tablets they check local information, make bookings and basically manage their holiday entirely digitally. A survey released by Skift in July this year found that just under 40 % of silent travelers were aged between 25 and 34.
【題組】44. What will a silent traveler do?
(A) Visit a local travel agent.
(B) Book a hotel room over the phone.
(C) Check information on the Internet.
(D) Plan his tour with the help of a guidebook.

45.【題組】45. The word “savvy” in line 10 is closest in meaning to ___.
(A) smart
(B) unwary
(C) naive
(D) obdurate

46.【題組】46. What can we infer from this passage?
(A) Hotel staff will probably lose their jobs in the future.
(B) More and more people will arrange their tour digitally.
(C) Smartphones and tablets will soon replace travel agencies.
(D) Travel agents will face keen competition from their colleagues.

47.【題組】47. What does Skift’s survey tell us?
(A) Senior citizens are not silent travelers.
(B) Not all silent travelers are aged between 25 and 34.
(C) More than half of silent travelers are aged between 24 and 34.
(D) The number of silent travelers is more than we expect.

48.An important environmental problem for the world is desertification. This is the process of useful land losing its ability to produce plants and, little by little, turning into desert. It is an especially big problem in parts of Africa and Asia, but it is happening in many other places as well. Desertification is a major problem for several reasons. It mostly affects poor people in under-developed parts of the world. Even now, it is diminishing the amount of land that such people can use. They are losing land for their homes, as well as land for growing food and raising animals. In most cases, such people do not have the money or knowledge to protect themselves from desertification. When their land changes to desert, there is nowhere for them to go and nothing for them to eat. In the worst cases, desertification can decimate hundreds of thousands of people.
 Humans play a big role in causing desertification. They keep too many animals, such as cows, on their land. They also cut down too many trees, so that new trees cannot grow. It is important to try to change these destructive practices. If they continue, more and more land will be permanently ruined. (From Reading Challenge 2, Book 3)

【題組】48. What happens to land after desertification?
(A) People can plant trees.
(B) People can move back.
(C) More money can make it better.
(D) It can never be used again.

49.【題組】49. What is the meaning of “decimate” as seen in the passage?
(A) Cover up
(B) Destroy
(C) Improve the condition
(D) Gather together

50.【題組】50. Why is desertification a bad thing?
(A) It is affecting Asia and Africa.
(B) Animals cannot live in the desert.
(C) It can cause many people to die.
(D) It makes people cut down trees.