95 年 - 桃 園 縣95 學 年度國民中學教師甄選【專門科目： 英語】試題 #1-25 Language Proficiency#7436
1.1. In order to enforce ratings, in 1998 the United States government passed two laws which placed a high _________ on theaters that sold tickets to R-rated movies
to underage children.
2.2. She experienced great emotional shock in a car accident in which she lost both her parents when she was two, and she has never been able to overcome the _________.
3.3. Registering for school the first time is a very complicated process. In order to _________ the unnecessary and confusing process, you better consult someone who did it before.
4.4. Mozart was known for his __________ speed in writing music which could only come from his own spontaneous imagination.
5.5. Sometimes adults have more _______ notions than kids do, so it is more difficult for adults to accept new conditions.
6.6. The trees have been cut down in large amounts. The ______ of the world’s rain forests is a serious problem.
7.7. One of the reasons for bad economics is the country’s __________ unemployment problem. It has existed for a long time and the government has no capacity to solve it.
8.8. According to the constitution, citizens are entitled the right to vote in the elections including a __________ regarding a national issue.
9.9. Two of nature’s most dangerous types of storms are tornados and ________. Both are windstorms and often cause great damages.
10.10.The police had to wait for the drunkard to _________ up
before they could interrogate him.
11.11.Bus services, taxis, and jeeps in this summer resort _________to the tourists’ need of road transportation.
12.12.Mr. Peterson’s claim that he is able to see bacteria with his naked eyes is essentially__________.
13.13. If the economy does not grow in the next few months, the tycoon’s business may need to __________ with a rival company.
14.14. Each year, the local government has to__________ about 600,000 cubic yards of sediment out of the Patapsco River.
15.15. The ancient empire has a highly developed social __________system, which divides people into nobles, workers, soldiers, and slaves.
16.16. In the days of enslavement, the oppressed used to hold __________ meetings in a secret place.
17.17.The situation could have __________ been much worse, but we will never know for sure.
18.18.The duty of confidentiality imposed on public employees is very limited in comparison with that __________ on private-sector employees.
19.19.The real key to __________creative lies in what you do with your knowledge.
(D) have been
20.20. On Saturday nights, I prefer going out to __________ home alone.
(B) to stay
21.21. His English is so poor that he cannot make himself __________.
(D) to understand
22.22. The man for __________ he has worked is his uncle.
23.23. Her youngest daughter was seldom made __________ the table.
(C) to clear
24.24. She said that her husband __________ fishing the previous night.
(B) has gone
(C) would go
(D) had gone
25.25. Neither the students nor the teacher __________ a solution to the problem that they are discussing.