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1. The _____ in G 20 said they recognized the need to protect the   marine environment and prevent accidents related to offshore drilling and exploration.
(A) lunatics
(B) manufacturers
(C) opponents
(D) delegates
2.Comets are ____ by the sun, which boils icy particles and dust off the comet’s nucleus into a cloud of material called a head or tail form and this is reflected off sunlight.
(A) deteriorated
(B) annihilated
(C) illuminated
(D) humiliated
3.He was charged with _____ driving—failure to stop when the red light showed and failure to use the safety belt.
(A) negligent
(B) outrageous
(C) indulgent
(D) confidential
4.The most _____ and serious risk for BP cleanup workers is perhaps not the oil or the chemicals but the killer Gulf heat. In New Orleans, the temperature is 91°F, with a heat index of 100°F.
(A) extravagant
(B) scandal
(C) insufficient
(D) imminent
5.During a lunar eclipse, the Earth _____ some of the sun’s rays that would normally reach the moon.
(A) takes out
(B) blocks out
(C) runs into
(D) holds on
6.A Delaware man charged with faking his way into Harvard University was accepted at Stanford University after he _____ the Ivy League school.
(A) caught up with
(B) was kicked out of
(C) took over
(D) was converted to
7.You may use this insect repellent on your arms and legs to _____ the mosquitoes.
(A) keep away
(B) make up for
(C) have an effect on
(D) take apart
8.The Obama administration’s Race to the Top competition, which will distribute $4.35 billion in education stimulus money to states, favors so-called STEM programs, which _____ science, technology, engineering and math.
(A) resort to
(B) hang out
(C) stand for
(D) look forward to
9._____ an extermination program earlier this century, wolves roamed across nearly all of North America.
(A) Prior to
(B) In the aftermath
(C) In terms of
(D) As for
10.That movie star’s fox fur coat _____ at the charity donation party.
(A) let the cat out of the bag
(B) raised eyebrows
(C) was taken aback
(D) was a blas
11.11. I had fallen ____ the start for her serious little oval face and those great big sad gray eyes of hers.
(A) down
(B) up
(C) from
(D) in
12. The professor demanded that she in the term paper by tomorrow.
(A) turn
(B) turns
(C) will turn
(D) is turning
13.Sabrina would have made the trip to Hong Kong last week if she the bad flu.
(A) doesn’t have
(B) didn’t have
(C) hasn’t had
(D) hadn’t had
14.Monica runs faster than _________ girl in her class.
(A) other
(B) any other
(C) all other
(D) all the other
15.Surprisingly, Tina’s performance on the test is superior .
(A) than John
(B) than Ann’s
(C) to yours
(D) to me
16.In the cold and gloom a poor little girl, ____ and barefoot, was walking through the streets
(A) barehead
(B) bareheaded
(C) barethread
(D) barethreaded
17.17. I had kept ____ on the wrong side of the road long after having passed a car.
(A) going
(B) in going
(C) to going
(D) to go
18. I wonder _____ keep it to myself.
(A) why I didn’t
(B) why didn’t I
(C) what I didn’t
(D) what didn’t I
19.Her performance really made an impression ____ me.
(A) at
(B) in
(C) with
(D) on
20.A: Is Gloria very aggressive? B: Yes, than her sister.
(A) so much
(B) so more
(C) much less
(D) much more so

There (were) more than 300,000 people living in Philadelphia (by)

the end of the colonial period, (made) it (the) largest city in the colony.

22.[選錯]Never (in the history) of humanity (there have) been (more people) (living) on this relatively small planet.
(A) in the history
(B) there have
(C) more people
(D) living
23.[選錯]Keen to (join) the trend, people have realized (that) when it comes to the (purchase) of a bicycle, the choice is (surprising) involved.
(A) join
(B) that
(C) purchase
(D) surprising
24.(Despite) the trend for rural people to migrate to the city, it was (not) until 2007 that the world population of city dwellers (came) to outnumber (those) of country dwellers. 請選錯誤
25.[選錯]In my opinion, graffiti can have a negative (affect) on neighborhoods (by) causing lost revenue for property owners and (making) businesses hesitant to (invest).
(A) affect
(B) by
(C) making
(D) invest
26.[選錯]Studies find men get (sunburning) more than women, in part because they are more likely to work (outside) and in part because they are (less) likely to wear sunscreen or (protective) clothing.
(A) sunburning
(B) outside
(C) less
(D) protective
27.[選錯]Many doctors, while (advocate) for exercising (in general), have recommended swimming and walking over running (because of) the assumption that running would (ultimately) destroy your knees.
(A)  advocate
(B) in general
(C)  because of
(D) ultimately
28.[選錯]While (much) attention has (paid to) the nation’s (stubbornly) high unemployment rate, political scientists have found little correlation (between) that measure and midterm elections results.
(A) much
(B) paid to
(C) stubbornly
(D) between
29.Americans eat (as many) bananas as apples and oranges (combined), (which are) especially amazing when you consider that not so long ago, bananas were virtually (unknown) in the US. 請選錯誤
(A)as many
(C)which are
30.Yesterday Apple confirmed user complaints about reception problems (with) the new iPhone 4, (cautioning) that signal degradation might occur if users (griped) the bottom-left corner of the device (in a certain way). 請選錯誤
(D)in a certain way
31.There was once a town in the heart of America _____31_____ all life seemed to live in harmony with its surroundings. The town lay in the _____32_____ of a checkerboard of prosperous farms, with fields of grain and hillsides of orchards where, in spring, white clouds of bloom _____33_____ above the green fields. In autumn, oak and maple and birch set up a blaze of color that flamed and flickered across a backdrop of pines. Then foxes _____34_____ in the hills and deer silently crossed the fields, half _____35_____ in the mists of the fall mornings.
【題組】 31.
(A) what
(B) which
(C) who
(D) where
32.【題組】 32.
(A) midst
(B) central
(C) riding
(D) bedding
(A) panic
(B) picnicking
(C) drifted
(D) rubble
34.【題組】 34.
(A) barked
(B) parked
(C) sparked
(D) shouted
35.【題組】 35.
(A) hide
(B) hides
(C) hidden
(D) hid
36.Obesity has become a serious problem in Europe. The following statistics are quite  _____ 36 _____  . About 200 million Europeans are now considered overweight or even obese. In many European countries, it is estimated that more than half the adult population is overweight, doubling or tripling the number 20 years ago. _____37_____  , Greece tops the list of “eurobesity” with 70 percent of women and almost as many men obese, Germany has the most men in Europe overweight, and the U.K. records dangerously high levels for both men and women. In contrast, France, Italy, and the Netherlands can  _____ 38 _____ pride in having less people overweight. In general, people are getting fatter. Why? Although people are eating less than they used to, they have become less active. They are leading more sedentary lifestyles  _____ 39 _____  they sit more at desks and use cars more often. Hence,  _____ 40 _____  Europeans make themselves as active as they used to be, fighting the “bulge” will become an arduous task -- or even a mission impossible for them.
(A) stunned
(B) stunning
(C) to stun
(D) stun
37.【題組】 37.
(A) Conversely
(B) Consequently
(C) However
(D) Specifically
(A) do
(B) make
(C) take
(D) set
(A) which
(B) that
(C) with which
(D) in that
40.C. A man’s dog stands by him in __41__ and in poverty, in health and in sickness. He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintry winds __42__ and the snow drives fiercely, if only he may be near his master’s side. He will kiss the hand that has no food to __43__, he will lick the wounds and sores that come in encounters with the roughness of the world. He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince. When all other friends __44__, he remains. When riches take wings and reputation falls to __45__, he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens.
【題組】 41.
(A) proper
(B) prosperous
(C) prosperity
(D) prospect
(A) offer
(B) beg
(C) earn
(D) vase
(A) desert
(B) desertion
(C) catch
(D) ketchup
(A) peace
(B) appease
(C) piece
(D) pieces
Dads now can have the proper excuse when they make a spectacle of themselves on the dance floor. A study was conducted by Dr. Peter Lovatt, a British psychologist and dancer, to compare the dance style and confidence of nearly 14,000 people. The study found that the way people dance changes as a function of their age and gender. While the dancing confidence of men goes up steadily through the late teens and 20s before leveling off in the early 30s, their confidence levels suddenly shoot up once they are over 60. On top of that, middle-aged men typically have larger, less coordinated movements than their younger counterparts. As a result, their awkward moves keep young women at bay. Dr. Lovatt further conducted a follow-up study to explore why some people are confident on the dance floor, while others refuse to even wiggle their hips. In a nutshell, he summarized the suggestions of his study as follows: “Dancing is a natural expression of who you are. Don’t try to copy the movements of others. Just relax, move freely and, most of all, have fun.”

【題組】 46. The phrase “make a spectacle of themselves” means .
(A) make fools of themselves
(B) make their contribution
(C) make themselves visible
(D) make themselves excused
45.【題組】The phrase “keep young women at bay” means .
(A) make young women stay at the beach
(B) hold young women on the boat
(C) prevent young women from coming closer
(D) let young women keep on dancing
46.【題組】 According to the passage, if a man’s dancing confidence level has reached the stage of little or no change, approximately how old do you think he is?
(A) 18
(B) 25
(C) 33
(D) 62
47.【題組】According to the passage, which of the following words will you use to describe the typical way dads dance?.
(A) attractive
(B) clumsy
(C) dexterous
(D) graceful
48.【題組】 Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
(A) Why dads can’t be good dancers.
(B) Ways to be a good dancer.
(C) Gender difference in dance style.
(D) How to attract young women.