5.5. Tainan County has more _____ than any other county in Taiwan. These include Tsengwen, Paihe, Chienshanpei, Teyuanpei, Wushantou, Luliao, Hutoupei, Mirror, and Nanhua.
17.17. The Eternal Golden Castle was built in 1874 by the famous Qing official Shen Baozhen _____ safeguard the coast and to defend Taiwan against Japanese invasions.
(A) in order to
(B) in order for
(C) owing to
(D) thanks to
19.19. Officially, the population of Taiwan consist of 98% Han Chinese, _____ 85% identify as Taiwanese while 13% are recent immigrants. The remainder 2% are aborigines.
(D) of which
20.20. The 228 Incident was an uprising in Taiwan that began _____ February 28, 1947 and was suppressed by the Kuomintang government, resulting _____ between ten thousand and twenty thousand civilians killed.
(A) on, from
(B) in, in
(C) in, from
(D) on, in
21.21. Shooting, beheading, burning, and bombing: these are all tools of _______ used by the Taliban and others to shut down hundreds of Afghanistan’s public schools.
22.22. In the past few weeks, President Bush has faced ________ by his fellow Republicans over his handling of the war in Iraq. Even military families have voiced their doubts about it.
23.23. Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman has died. He was 89 years old. He was “probably the greatest film artist, all things considered, since the invention of the motion picture camera,” Woody Allen said in a 70th birthday _______ in 1988.
24.24. For centuries, people struggled with tuberculosis, not knowing its cause or treatment. Cures were discovered in the 1940s and 1950s, but today’s often drug-resistant _______ have raised new public health concerns.
26.26. _______ the poem gives an illusion that she needs no one to feel sad for her death, she indeed desires for love and wants her lover back to give her roses while she is still alive.