40.40.A: I'll get it ready the first thing tomorrow. Anything else?
B: __________ Thank for your help.
(A) No, I have it all.
(B) That's all.
(C) I'm just trying to Mr. Lei, please.
(D) I'm thinking now.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has launched a new app, its first mobile application, for parents to store and access pictures and other vital information about their children in case they ever go missing. The free Child ID app is only available for use on iPhones but the FBI said there are plans to 【41】 it to other types of mobile devices. "In the 【42】 event that your child goes missing, you can quickly email the photos and information to the authorities," the FBI said in a statement. The app 【43】 tips on how to keep children safe, a checklist and a tab to easily email the secure information. Other features contain guidance on what to do in the initial hours after a child goes missing, which the FBI says occurs every 40 seconds in the United States. The agency also plans to add another feature that will enable users 【44】 other photos stored on their smart phone. It said all data on the smart phone will remain only on the device unless it 【45】 to the authorities. The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store on iTunes. 【題組】41.四、克漏字測驗
Transport authorities will enforce a new traffic law requiring back-seat passengers to wear seat belts starting Aug. 1, officials said yesterday. There will be a six-month grace period in which violators will receive a warning instead of a fine, but beginning Feb. 1 next year, they will be fined ranging from NT$1,500 to NT$6,000, the officials from the transport ministry said. The law, passed earlier this year, requires all passengers in the back seat of most kinds of vehicle to wear seat belts.
The new law is applicable to private cars, taxis, rentals and small cargo vans. Ambulances and child-transport vehicles — such as those used by kindergartens — are exempted. The law also forbids children under 12 sitting in the front seat. Kids under 4 years old or under 18 kilograms must be seated on safety seats, and children from 4 to 12 must all wear seat belts.
Drivers will be fined if passengers fail to buckle up. On ordinary roads and streets, the fine is NT$1,500, and on highways and expressways, the fines range from NT$3,000 to NT$6,000Taxi passengers must also wear seat belts. If passengers refuse to do so after being reminded by the drivers, it will be the passengers who receive the fine, the officials said. 【題組】46.五、閱讀測驗
What is the article mainly about?
(A) Buckling up seat belts.
(B) Increasing seat belt use.
(C) Back-seat passengers’ problems.
(D) The new seat-belt law.
48.【題組】48.According to the new law, which of the following is NOT true?
(A) It orders back-seat passengers to buckle up.
(B) During the six-month grace period, violators will receive a warning.
(C) It is applicable to ambulances and child-transport vehicles.
(D) The fines for violators on freeways and expressways range from NT$3,000 to NT$6,000