1.1. The _____ of the state announced a new measure to reduce the crime rate.
(A) terrorist (B) governor (C) criminal (D) customer
2.2. This ______ neighborhood has several parks for children to play in.
(A) responsible (B) respiratory (C) residential (D) restrictive
3.3. Uncle Mike has no ______ for noisy children.
(A) tolerance (B) territory (C) technology (D) terrace
4.4. Mrs. White accused her husband of his deliberate _____ to their son's need for medical care.
(A) intelligence (B) independence (C) indifference (D) integration
5.5. What you eat every day will directly _____ your health.
(A) enact (B) affect (C) effective (D) affective
6.6. The SARS epidemic is a ______ facing the whole of mankind.
(A) disaster (B) sufferer (C) survivor (D) climber
7.7. Henry got a big ______. He's now manager of the company.
(A) investigation (B) corruption (C) promotion (D) exploration
8.8. It’s not easy to tell one’s ______ age.
(A) exact (B) previous (C) former (D) foregoing
9.9. The audience ______ and cheered when the Nobel Prize winner stood up to speak.
(A) clapped (B) chewed (C) clipped (D) clicked
10.10. Jenny has just ______ with her boyfriend.
(A) cut in (B) fallen off (C) broken up (D) backed down
11.11. We had to ______ the inconvenience.
(A) put up with (B) take advantage of (C) keep an eye on (D) beat up on
12.12. The baseball game has been canceled ______ the heavy rain.
(A) in addition to (B) in accordance with (C) in spite of (D) as a result of
13.13. The accident caused by a careless driver ______ two deaths.
(A) counted on (B) broke with (C) resulted in (D) resulted from
14.14. The doctor told him to ______ smoking and drinking.
(A) burst out (B) drop in on (C) give off (D) cut down on
15.15. After a long delay, he ______ writing the letter.
(A) looked up to (B) got around to (C) came across (D) came down with
16.16. If I had gone to the party last night, I ______ tired now.
(A) am (B) were (C) would be (D) would have been
17.17. The brown dog ______ lives in Paul's back yard is called Bobby.
(A) what (B) whom (C) whose (D) that
18.18. On reaching the station, I found that my friend ______ .
(A) has arrived (B) had arrived (C) is arriving (D) arrives
19.19. She ______ there now, but I am not sure.
(A) maybe (B) might be (C) may have been (D) might have been
20.20. Let us keep our streets, parks and ______ public places clean.
(A) other (B) another (C) others (D) the others
21.21. He insists that she ______ as soon as possible.
(A) come (B) came (C) comes (D) has come
22.22. She had great difficulty ______ a job.
(A) find (B) finding (C) to find (D) found
23.23. The software ______ you to access the Internet in seconds.
(A) lets (B) makes (C) enables (D) has
24.24. Three points in this report are especially ______ of notice.
(A) worth (B) worthy (C) worthwhile (D) worth while
25.25. I cannot make myself ______ English.
(A) to understand (B) understanding (C) understood (D) understood in
Most people today insist that there is an inadequate amount of time to meet all the demands of their
jobs, their families, and the modern world. Even with all the time-saving devices of modern industrial
society, many people still lead hectic lives. They make commitments to do things every evening after work
and use their weekends to catch up on housework and sleep. Modern transportation gets them quickly form
home to office to health club to restaurant. People can now pack more activities into a single day than their
ancestors dreamed possible, yet they still seem to be always running out of time. With constant
interruptions from telephone calls or visitors, they are unable to make time for everything that requires
attention. Sometimes so many things are going on at once that they feel overwhelmed, desperately in need
of some breathing space in which they can collect their thoughts. Spare time can be hard to find, and when
the boss pops his head in the door to ask, “Do you have a minute?”, the temptation is to say, “No!”
【題組】26. According to the passage, many people today lead lives.
(A) leisurely (B) busy (C) harmonious (D) tranquil
27.【題組】27. People can now do more things in a single day than their ancestors, but they still think .
(A) they seldom have time enough for life
(B) they can have more dreams than their ancestors
(C) they spend too much time doing housework on weekdays.
(D) leisure time is easy to find
Dr. Henry Lee was born in China on November 22, 1938. He graduated in 1960 from the Central
Police College with a degree in Police Science. After working in the Taipei City Police Department for
several years as a police officer, he came to the United States to pursue further study. In 1972 he earned his
B.S. Degree in Forensic Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. He went on to
study science and biochemistry at New York University and earned his M.S. Degree in 1974 and Ph. D. in
Biochemistry in 1975. He also holds an honorary Doctor of Science Degree, conferred by the University of
New Haven, honorary Doctor of Laws from Roger Williams University, Rhode Island, honorary Doctor of
Humane Letters from St. Joseph College and the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He
has also completed many special training courses at the FBI Academy; Alcohol, Firearms and Tobacco
Agency; Drug Enforcement Agency; Royal Canadian Mounted Police and other law enforcement training
Dr. Lee is best known for his work in forensic serology, which is the identification of blood, hair, semen
and tissue types. Dr. Lee is also known for his work in fingerprint matching, ballistics testing, fiber and
paint sample investigation, and blood splatter and crime scene reconstruction. Dr. Lee has authored or
co-authored over 20 books and articles dealing with forensic science and has received numerous awards,
citations and commendations from law enforcement agencies.
【題組】28. The above passage is .
(A) an editorial (B) a classified advertisement
(C) a weather forecast (D) a biography
29.【題組】29. Which of the following is true?
(A) Dr. Lee comes from Connecticut. (B) Dr. Lee is a famous lawyer.
(C) Dr. Lee is good at forensic science. (D) Dr. Lee wrote books about politics.
30.【題組】30. In what year did Dr. Lee earn a degree in Police Science?
(A) 1938 (B) 1960 (C) 1972 (D) 1975
31.貳、多重選擇題： 【題組】31. ______ that, I haven't decided yet.
(A) As against (B) As regards (C) With regard to (D) Regarding (E) As it is
32.【題組】32. These measures have been taken increasing the company's profits.
(A) with the aim of (B) in order to (C) with a view to (D) so as to (E) according to
33.【題組】33. There to be some mistake.
(A) appeals (B) seems (C) attends (D) appears (E) aspires
34.【題組】34. I to be out when she called.
(A) chose (B) chanced (C) happened (D) occurred (E) took place
35.【題組】35. Tell me he arrived here yesterday.
(A) the time (B) when (C) the time when (D) the time that (E) the time at which
36.【題組】36. Everybody thinks my idea .
(A) to be wonderful (B) wonderful (C) is wonderful (D) be wonderful (E) to wonderful
37.【題組】37. in his room, he didn't know what happened outside.
(A) He was studying
(B) As he was studying
(C) Though he was studying
(E) Because he was studying
38.【題組】38. You need time and money. , you need diligence.
(A) However (B) Therefore (C) Besides (D) Moreover (E) In addition
39.【題組】39. Walk faster, the train.
(A) or you'll miss (B) or you'll catch
(C) and you'll catch (D) and you'll miss
(E) and you won't catch
40.【題組】40. I've never been to restaurant before.
(A) such an expensive (B) so expensive a
(C) such expensive (D) so an expensive
(E) such expensive a