1.26. He failed to get a _____ job because of bad economy. Now he works part-time at a coffee shop.
(A) functional (B) minimum (C) permanent (D) suspicious
2.27. The Moon Festival is on the fifteenth day of the eighth month on the _____ calendar.
(A) distant (B) lunar (C) private (D) rural
3.28. Police officers have to show their _____ when trying to stop any cars.
(A) badges (B) gallops (C) lumbers (D) passwords
4.29. If you don’t buy the books but make copies, you’re violating the _____ property law.
(A) alcoholic (B) elementary (C) intellectual (D) opposite
5.30.1 don’t enjoy _____ at all. Fixed price can save a lot of trouble for customers and salesclerks.
(A) bargaining (B) disguising (C) murmuring (D) previewing
6.31. The United States housing_burst in 2007. The value of apartment buildings declined drastically.
(A) balloon (B) ballot (C) bubble (D) button
7.32. Global warming is the rise in the average temperature of the Earth’s _____ and oceans.
(A) altitude (B) atmosphere (C) longevity (D) longitude
8.33. John is a popular _____ About 1000 fans keep track of his online recommendations about restaurants.
(A) blogger (B) dresser (C) frontier (D) hacker
9.34. John won’t accept the job offer, _____ ?
(A) will John (B) will he (C) would John (D) would he
10.35.1 want to learn how to eat _____ chopsticks.
(A) above (B) by (C) in (D) with
11.36. He _____ . Since then, we’ve become not only neighbors but also good friends.
(A) had moved to Taipei for one year (B) has moved to Taipei one year ago
(C) moved to Taipei one year ago (D) was moving to Taipei for one year
12.37. _____ is a serious problem in Taiwan.
(A) Drinking-driving (B) Drinking-driven (C) Drunk-driving (D) Drunk-driven
13.38.1 know I _____ you the truth. But I was scared at that time.
(A) had told (B) have told (C) must have told (D) should have told
14.39. _____ to be a comfort dog, Mary enjoys people’s hugging and petting.
(A) To be trained (B) To train (C) Training (D) Trained
15.40. Fve got no idea _____ he understood me.
(A) and (B) if (C) that (D) which
The leaders of the Group of Eight (G-8) countries met at a summit in UAquila, Italy. The G-8 is a group of industrialized countries that includes Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Japan and the United States. After three days of talks, the leaders of these countries launched a new plan to tackle 41 problems The plan was 42 by over 30 countries and organizations. Food security, or ensuring adequate access to food, has become a very important issue for 43 everywhere after high food prices last year led to riots in some countries. 44 , there are now one billion people across the world that live with hunger.
The G-8 initiative involves spending $20 billion on seeds, fertilizers, tools and other aid for small farmers over the next three years 45 poor nations can grow enough food. This is a new step towards solving food scarcity. 【題組】41. (A) educational (B) financial (C) hunger (D) traffic
19.【題組】44. (A) As a result (B) At times (C) More and more (D) What is more
20.【題組】45. (A) so that (B) in that (C) so as to (D) only when
Earlier this week, the United States Senate voted to begin debate on a historic immigration bill. The proposed law would offer a chance for more than 11 million undocumented immigrants, those not in the country legally, to become American citizens. It would also increase the number of foreign temporary technology workers at a time when American technology workers face high unemployment.
The vote to permit debate passed easily, 82-15. It clears the way for discussions that political observers say could extend through the rest of the month. The legislation establishes a 13-year citizenship process for immigrants who arrived in the United States illegally. Public opinion studies released Thursday suggest wide support for the main reforms. People in 29 states were asked questions about immigration A majority supported reforms that included stronger border security, a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and laws to block employers from hiring people living in the United States illegally.
The studies did not ask about a disputed part of the bill that would increase the number of temporary foreign technology workers. Labor rights groups and business groups disagree about that issue. Some businesses threatened to withdraw their support for immigration reform if the resulting bill did not drop a requirement that employers seek American workers before hiring foreigners. Foreign scientists, engineers and computer programmers can live and work in the United States under special permits called H-1B visas. Many young scientists and engineers in India, China and other developing countries compete for the work permits. A group representing American engineers had asked Congress to limit the number of foreign engineers as part of the bill. Instead, the new bill increases the number of H-1B visas. Labor rights groups strongly support citizenship for undocumented low wage workers but dispute whether more temporary technology workers are needed in the United States. They say foreign workers force down wages.
【題組】46. According to the passage, how many illegal immigrants will be influenced by the new immigration law? (A) 1，100,000 (B) 11,000,000 (C) 110,000,000 (D) 1,110,000,000
22.【題組】47. How many years does it take for the illegal immigrants to become American citizens?
(A)5 (B)13 (C)15 (D)29
23.【題組】48. How do American people feel about the new immigration bill?
(A) They don’t support it. (B) They welcome it.
(C) They have mixed opinions. (D) They don’t care.
24.【題組】49. According to the passage, who can apply for H-1B visas?
(A) Illegal immigrants (B) Foreign scientists
(C) Chinese farmers (D) Indian fishermen
25.【題組】50. What can H-1B visa holders bring to the U.S. from the perspective of American labor rights groups? (A) More job opportunities (B) Higher scientific development
(C) More cross-racial interaction (D) Lower salaries