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99 年 - 臺灣菸酒股份有限公司99 年第2 職等從業人員(相當評價職位第6 工等)甄試試題#17698 

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1.1. The job market is getting more and more _____ because of the high unemployment rate.
(A) competitive
(B) influential
(C) measurable
(D) professional

2.2. The U.S.A. is a _____ country, in which businesses belong mostly to private owners, not to the government.
(A) capitalist
(B) communist
(C) socialist
(D) journalist

3.3. According to the law, people who smoke in public places shall be _____ NT$10,000.
(A) reduced
(B) fined
(C) graded
(D) headed

4.4. Stock markets worldwide _____ on the news of a possible financial crisis. Investors were terrified.
(A) crashed
(B) dripped
(C) flamed
(D) grasped

5.5. Martin Luther King’s _____ in bringing civil rights to his black fellow men is still admired today.
(A) exclusion
(B) migration
(C) persistence
(D) perplexity

6.6. Hank suggested _____ a driving lesson.
(A) I take
(B) I took
(C) me take
(D) me took

7.7. _____ John _____ Mary went to the party yesterday because they had to work overtime.
(A) Either…or
(B) Neither…nor
(C) Both…and
(D) Not only…but also

8.8. He quit _____ last year. He feels healthier now.
(A) smoking
(B) to smoke
(C) smoke
(D) smoked

9.9. I _____ go to work on weekends.
(A) some time
(B) some times
(C) sometime
(D) sometimes

10.10. Since I live close to my office, I go to work _____ foot.
(A) by
(B) in
(C) on
(D) with

11.三、克漏字測驗(請依照段落上下文意 (請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案 ,選出最適當的答案) Well, I’ll tell you what my goal is for the future. I’m going to become the first women 11 of the country. And I’m going to go to college to study history because I think that’s 12 if you are going to be in politics. Second, when I’m in college, I think 13 important to go and live in another country for a year or two and learn another language. And third, when I come back, I’m going to go to 14 school and become a lawyer for a few years. Then I’m going to go into 15 . Starting as a mayor, then a senator, I’ll be prepared to become the president.
(A) doctor
(B) lawyer
(C) president
(D) superstar

(A) important
(B) impossible
(C) international
(D) interesting

(A) it
(B) it’s
(C) its
(D) it be

(A) business
(B) humanity
(C) law
(D) medical

(A) factory
(B) entertainment
(C) industry
(D) politics

16.四、閱讀測驗 Schools in the 2010’s will be working together with businessmen and offices, and factories will be full of schoolchildren and teachers. Since the reforms of the nineteenth century which got children out of factories, the British have disliked mixing learning with commerce. But the past ten years of high youth unemployment rate have encouraged most schools to create new links with employers to provide their pupils with more marketable skills. And in the next ten years, when youth labor will become scarce rather than plentiful, many employers not yet working with schools will be encouraged to do so.
【題組】16. One of Britain’s aims of the nineteenth century social reforms must have been .
(A) to provide pupils with more skills
(B) to create new links with employers
(C) to separate learning from commerce
(D) to mix learning with commerce

17.【題組】17. In Britain, the 2010’s will see a ___________________.
(A) new increase in youth labor
(B) higher demand for skilled workers
(C) a high youth unemployment
(D) weak link between schools and factories

18.【題組】18. In the past decade, the British schools have taken their pupils to factories because .
(A) youth labor is plentiful
(B) the employers encourage them to do so
(C) they have had to prepare their students for employment
(D) the British think it’s good for their children to work there

19.【題組】19. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage?
(A) Birth rate in Britain will become lower.
(B) In the past ten years, Britain’s youth unemployment rate is high.
(C) In Britain, youth labor will be much less than needed in the next decade.
(D) Most British schools have been encouraged to provide their pupils with more marketable skills.

20.【題組】20. To solve the problem of labor resources in the 2010’s, ___________________.
(A) the British must mix learning with working
(B) employers must have better relations with schools
(C) teachers will have to work together with businessmen
(D) the British will have to send their children to factories