1.1. If he’s not here in five minutes, we’ll ________ he isn’t coming.
(A) project (B) ignore (C) assume (D) respond
2.2. Due to the volcanic ________, many tourists were detained at the airport because
most flights were canceled.
(A) resolution (B) eruption (C) moderation (D) possession
3.3. The cook had ________ the soup by putting too much salt in it.
(A) designed (B) frozen (C) perched (D) spoilt
4.4. The coach is unfair. He always makes decisions ________ for John, who is the top
player on the team.
(A) favorable (B) regretful (C) dramatic (D) mature
5.5. Mr. Brown is one of our ________. He comes to our store almost every day.
(A) astronauts (B) candidates (C) regulars (D) suspects
6.6. Linda is leaving our company next week. It’s now urgent for us to find someone to
________ her, or we can’t finish the project in time.
(A) offend (B) replace (C) convey (D) launch
7.7. Jack tends to be _________ to his parents and does whatever he’s told to.
(A) obedient (B) imaginary (C) reluctant (D) memorable
8.8. The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is ________ a catastrophe to the environment in
(A) undoubtedly (B) intimately (C) anonymously (D) extensively
9.9. Whenever there’s a holiday, the lake is ________ with boats.
(A) armed (B) dotted (C) gifted (D) soaked
10.10.Aged people and children should be given ________ in boarding the lifeboat.
(A) appeal (B) progress (C) priority (D) acquisition
11.11.If you don’t clean the wound properly, you could get an _________.
(A) indication (B) infection (C) inflation (D) intention
12.12.As a careful person, he always checks his writing twice to ________ possible
(A) investigate (B) discriminate (C) eliminate (D) nominate
13.13.The numbers of students of class A and class B are 32 and 35 ________.
(A) comparatively (B) marvelously (C) irrationally (D) respectively
14.14.She enjoyed the excitement of her work. Money was not her only ________.
(A) honesty (B) loyalty (C) objection (D) motivation
15.15.Stricter speed limit enforcement has ________ the number of car accidents.
(A) reduced (B) survived (C) haunted (D) fashioned
16.二、綜合測驗16 至 25 題，請依文意選出最適當的一個選項 請依文意選出最適當的一個選項 請依文意選出最適當的一個選項，標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之「選擇題
答案區」。每題答對得 2 分，共 20 分，答錯不倒扣。
Many people know William Shakespeare as a poet and dramatist, but in fact he is also
a word creator. One of Shakespeare’s biggest 16 to the English language is the
introduction of vocabulary and phrases which enriched the language, making it more
expressive. According to careful calculations, Shakespeare used around 17,677 wordsin
his works, approximately one tenth of 17 being original. His extraordinary
experimentation with words also 18 colorful formation of expressions. 19 , phrases
like “All’s well that ends well” and “To be or not to be” have become an integral part of
the English language and have been used as quotes. He was by no means the only one to
enjoy our admiration, but to date no one else has displayed 20 genius as this great
16. (A) adjustments (B) oppositions (C) contributions (D) exposures
17.【題組】17. (A) them (B) which (C) what (D) whom
18.【題組】18. (A) gave out (B) resulted in (C) admitted to (D) came across
19.【題組】19. (A) In a word (B) As a whole (C) For example (D) On the other hand
20.【題組】20. (A) that (B) much (C) so (D) such
21. Have you ever noticed that Google sometimes uses different logos on its homepage to
celebrate certain occasions or holidays? We call these special logos doodles. A doodle
21 a person’s mind is otherwise occupied. It is a simple drawing
with concrete representational meanings or it can just be abstract shapes. Stereotypical
examples of doodling are found in school notebooks, often in the margins, drawn by
students daydreaming or 22 interest during class. 23 common examples
of doodling are produced during long telephone conversations if a pen and paper are 24 .
Popular kinds of doodles include cartoon versions of teachers or companions in a school,
famous TV or comic characters, invented fictional beings, landscapes, geometric shapes
and patterns, and animations produced 25 drawing a scene sequence in various
pages of a book or notebook. 【題組】
21. (A) while (B) since (C) whereas (D) before
22.【題組】22. (A) lost (B) to lose (C) lose (D) losing
23.【題組】23. (A) The others (B) Others (C) The other (D) Other
24.【題組】24. (A) general (B) convenient (C) available (D) relevant
25.【題組】25. (A) in (B) by (C) from (D) into
26 至 30 題，請逐題依文意與語法 請逐題依文意與語法 請逐題依文意與語法，從右欄 (A)到 (E)的選項中選出最適當者 的選項中選出最適當者，
合併成一個意思通順、 合併成一個意思通順、用法正確的句子 用法正確的句子 用法正確的句子，並標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之「選擇題答案區」。每題
答對得 1 分，共 5 分，答錯不倒扣。
(A) the more confident you feel about
(B) that he knew he had been laid off.
(C) that his parents deny him nothing.
(D) stay away from fair-weather friends.
(E) crying over spilt milk.
26. The teacher suggested that John
27.【題組】27. It is no use
28.【題組】28. It was not until yesterday
29.【題組】29. The more you know,
30.【題組】30. The child takes it for granted
31.“You scream. I scream. We all scream for ice cream.” This summer delight that
surpasses all ages has mysterious historical origins. Legend has 31 that Marco
Polo returned from the Orient with a recipe for sherbet. Hundred of years earlier, the
Roman emperor Nero 32 snow and ice rushed to Rome from the mountains by
special teams of runners. The ice was flavored 33 fruit juices. Ice cream like
the modern variety was 34 to be created in Italy, and quickly
became a luxurious 35 for the very wealthy. King Charles I of England,
for instance, 36 his secret recipe for ice cream. Henry II of France served a
different flavor to his court on a daily 37 for a month to mark his holy marriage.
In America, Thomas Jefferson took pride in his one-of-a-kind flavors. Even George
Washington 38 spent almost $200 on ice cream in 1790. Not until the 19th
century, when ice can be kept 39 the use of insulated icehouses and a
hand-cranked freezer was invented, were the lower classes able to 40 ice cream.
We are truly blessed to have ice cream anytime we want!
(A) likely (B) afford (C) basis (D) treat
(E) extravagantly (AB) it (AC) with (AD) had
(AE) thanks to (BC) bragged of
41.We usually establish the property right of a thing by purchasing it. However, there
are two ways in which one can possess a book. 41 That is just as you
pay for clothes and furniture. 42 Full ownership comes only when you
have made it a part of yourself. 43 An illustration may make the point
clear. 44 But you do not own the beef steak in the most important sense
until you consume it and get it into your bloodstream. 45 That is the
other way one owns it. (A) But this act of purchase is only the beginning of possession.
(B) The first is the property right you establish by paying for it.
(C) You buy a beef steak and transfer it from the butcher’s icebox to your own.
(D) And the best way to make yourself a part of it is by reading it.
(E) Therefore, books, too, must be absorbed in your bloodstream to do you any good.
46.46 至 60 題，每題請根據本文選出最適當的一個選項 每題請根據本文選出最適當的一個選項 每題請根據本文選出最適當的一個選項，標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之 標示在答案卡之「選
擇題答案區」。 擇題答案區」。每題答對得 2 分，共 30 分，答錯不倒扣。
Whale watching in Kona is a welcome activity all year long because the water is
usually calm, and the ocean gets very deep right offshore, so access to the whales may take
only minutes. If you are here especially in the winter, there are many whale watch
cruises running during Humpback whale season, offering a wide range of boats, activities,
education and facilities. Many have a hydrophone on board, which is dropped under
water when the whales are near, allowing you to hear the haunting Humpback songs of the
deep. Some cruise operators are professional marine scientists specializing in whale
research. The rest of the year, the cruise choices are much slimmer but the whales
certainly aren’t. For year-round whale watching excursions, check with Captain Dan
McSweeney at 322-0028. 【題組】 46. Which of the following is TRUE?
(A) Summer is the best season for Humpback whale watching in this area.
(B) The choices of whale watching in Kona are more limited in January.
(C) A hydrophone is a device that enables us to listen to the whale’s sounds.
(D) Whale watching in Kona is merely for fun; there is no other purpose.
47.【題組】47. The word that can best substitute the word excursions in line 9 is _________.
(A) hydrophones (B) tools (C) experiments (D) cruises
48.【題組】48. From this passage, it can be inferred that Kona is also a paradise for _________.
(A) star gazing (B) scuba diving (C) horseback riding (D) rafting
49.【題組】49. The passage may be adapted from a(n) ___________.
(A) encyclopedia (B) user’s manual
(C) tour guidebook (D) magazine about history
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50.【題組】50.If this passage is only a paragraph in an article, which of the following topics may
NOT appear in the same article?
(A) The inventor of hydrophones.
(B) The accommodations and restaurants in this area.
(C) A short introduction to the major tourist spots in Kona.
(D) A brief geographic glimpse of Kona area.
government has said will stay in
place for another year.
51. New Zealand has given the go-ahead for an application to insert human genes into
cows in the hope they can produce medicines in their milk. A state-funded agricultural
research organization believes milk from the genetically modified cows may be used to
cure diseases. Approval for the project in dispute came from the Environmental Risk
Management Authority (ERMA) even after a long inquiry in which it received 863
submissions, only seven of them in favor.
The Green Party, which is strongly opposed to genetic engineering of animals and
crops, deplored the decision, while scientists hailed it as paving the way for a
biotechnology breakthrough in New Zealand, which is one of the world’s biggest
producers and exporters of dairy products and other foods. ERMA chief executive Bas
Walker said potential benefits of the experiments outweighed the risks.
Genes from goats, pigs, sheep and mice can also be put into cattle on condition of
ERMA’s approval for the project which must be carried out on a secure farm. ERMA said
because the experiments will be done on a restricted farm, approval did not conflict with
New Zealand’s suspension of the general release into the environment of genetically
modified plants, animals and microorganisms, which the 【題組】51. What does New Zealand government think of this project?
(A) The government is in favor of this project.
(B) The government adopts a wait-and-see attitude.
(C) The government has given a flat disapproval to this project.
(D) The government agrees on this project but will carry it out a year later.
52.【題組】52.Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word deplored in line 8?
(A) encouraged (B) withheld
(C) appreciated (D) disapproved
53.【題組】53.How many submissions were against the project?
(A) 856 (B) 863 (C) 879 (D) 870
54.【題組】54.What can we say about the author’s tone?
(A) affectionate (B) neutral (C) cynical (D) sensual
55.【題組】55.Which of the following is NOT TRUE?
(A) The purpose of this project is to produce milk to cure some diseases by putting
human genes in the cows experimented.
(B) All the experiments will be conducted only on a specific farm.
(C) Genes from many other animals are involved in the experiments in addition to
(D) ERMA is the institute that is in charge of this scientific research.
56. Some teenagers become overloaded with stress. When it happens, inadequately
managed stress can lead to social withdrawal, aggression, physical illness, or drug and/or
alcohol use. When we perceive a situation as difficult or painful, changes occur in our
minds and bodies to prepare us to react to danger. As a natural physical mechanism, this
“fight or flight response” includes faster heart and breathing rate, upset stomach, a sense of
dread and/or a desire to escape. As soon as we decide that a situation is no longer
dangerous, a “relaxation response” occurs to help us relax and calm down, which includes
decreased heart and breathing rate and a sense of well being. Teenagers that develop
“relaxation responses” and other stress management skills feel less helpless and have more
choices when dealing with stress.
To handle stress well, we should first of all exercise and eat regularly, and avoid
excess caffeine intake which causes feelings of anxiety and disturbance. Besides, setting
small goals and breaking tasks into smaller attainable chunks may help lower anxiety.
After a short-term goal is achieved, we can schedule breaks and enjoyable activities, such
as music, art, sports, or socializing. Decreasing negative self talk and challenging
negative thoughts about ourselves with positive thoughts are ways to enhance mental
health. For example, “My life will never get better” can be transformed into “I may feel
hopeless now, but my life will probably get better if I work at it and get some help.”
Finally we should accept what we are and realize no one is perfect. If there are signs of
being overly stressed, we can always go to a consultation with an adolescent psychiatrist
or qualified mental health professional. 【題組】56. Which is the best title of this passage?
(A) Ways of Fighting Against Stress
(B) No One Is Perfect
(C) Doctors’ Advice on Mental Health
(D) What We Can Do to Escape Stress
57.【題組】57. According to this passage, which is NOT one of the impacts made by stress?
(A) Stronger and faster heartbeat.
(B) Trying to avoid company.
(C) Resorting to friends’ assistance.
(D) Losing our temper.
58.【題組】58. The “fight or flight response” _________.
(A) serves as a protection against the stress-induced danger
(B) always enhances our mental well-being
(C) will enable us to beat stress more effectively
(D) is an abnormal condition and must be cured in no time
59.【題組】59. By smaller attainable chunks, the author refers to _________.
(A) loose schedules (B) short-term goals
(C) positive encouragements (D) daily assignments
60.【題組】60. Which of the following is TRUE about coping with stress?
(A) We must complete a mission at one time and never put it off until later moments.
(B) Coffee and tea are helpful to stimulate our energy.
(C) We must seek excellence and set an ambitious goal.
(D) Some rewarding activities are necessary after we accomplish a task.