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1.1.I. Vocabulary and Grammar. Choose the best answer for each test item. 單字與文法 The plane leaving for Tokyo from Hong Kong will __________ at seven p.m..
(A) depart
(B) departing
(C) departure
(D) departed
2.2.You will have to pay extra __________ for overweight baggage.
(A) tags
(B) badges
(C) fees
(D) credits
3.3.If you want to become a successful tour manager, you have to work __________ and learn from the seniors.
(A) hard
(B) hardly
(C) harshly
(D) easily
4.4.You will get a boarding __________ after completing the check-in.
(A) pass
(B) post
(C) plan
(D) past
5.5.May I have two hundred U.S. dollars in small __________?
(A) accounts
(B) balance
(C) numbers
(D) denominations
6.6.I would like to __________ $500from my savings account.
(A) give in
(B) put out
(C) withdraw
(D) reject
7.7.The flight to Chicago has been __________ due to heavy snow.
(A) concealed
(B) cancelled
(C) compared
(D) consoled
8.8.Please keep your seat belt __________ during the flight for safety.
(A) fasten
(B) fastened
(C) fastening
(D) fastener
9.9.You will need to take a __________ flight from Taoyuan to Kaohsiung.
(A) contacting
(B) connecting
(C) competing
(D) computing
10.10.Many tourists are fascinated by the natural __________ of Taroko Gorge.
(A) sparkles
(B) spectacles
(C) spectators
(D) sprinklers
11.11.City __________ are always available at the local tourist information center.
(A) floors
(B) streets
(C) maps
(D) tickets
12.12.The American government has decided to provide financial assistance to __________ the automobile industry. Car makers are relieved at the news.
(A) accommodate
(B) bail out
(C) cash in on
(D) detect
13.13.Tourists are advised to __________ traveling to areas with landslides.
(A) avoid
(B) assume
(C) assist
(D) accompany
14.14.All transportation vehicles should be well-__________ and kept in good running condition.
(A) retrained
(B) maintained
(C) entertained
(D) suspended
15.15.__________ birds are suspected to be major carriers of avian flu.
(A) Immigrating
(B) Migratory
(C) Seasoning
(D) Motivating
16.16.My boss is very __________; he keeps asking us to complete assigned tasks within the limited time span.
(A) luxurious
(B) demanding
(C) obvious
(D) relaxing
17.17.I missed the early morning train because I __________.
(A) overbooked
(B) overcooked
(C) overtook
(D) overslept
18.18.In time of economic __________, many small companies will downsize their operation.
(A) appreciation
(B) progression
(C) recession
(D) reduction
19.19.You will be __________ for littering in public places.
(A) fined
(B) found
(C) founded
(D) funded
20.20.The police officer needs to __________ the traffic during the rush hours.
(A) assign
(B) break
(C) compete
(D) direct
21.21.We look forward to __________ from you soon.
(A) seeing
(B) hear
(C) hearing
(D) listen
22.22.Reservations for hotel accommodation should be made in __________ to make sure rooms are available.
(A) advance
(B) advanced
(C) advances
(D) advancing
23.23.People traveling to a foreign country may need to apply __________ a visa.
(A) for
(B) of
(C) on
(D) to
24.24.He likes to travel. He is very __________ in learning foreign languages and cultures.
(A) interest
(B) interested
(C) interesting
(D) interestingly
25.25.This is a non-smoking restaurant. Please __________ your cigarette at once.
(A) put in
(B) put on
(C) put out
(D) put up
26.26.The hotel services are far from satisfactory. I need to __________ a complaint with the manager.
(A) pay
(B) claim
(C) file
(D) add
27.27.The company is __________ the new products now, so you can buy one and get the second one free.
(A) forwarding
(B) progressing
(C) promoting
(D) pretending
28.28.Beware of strangers at the airport and do not leave your luggage __________.
(A) unanswered
(B) uninterested
(C) unimportant
(D) unattended
29.29.If you have the receipts for the goods you have purchased, you can claim a tax __________ at the airport upon departure.
(A) relief
(B) rebate
(C) involve
(D) reply
30.30.We are sorry. All lines are currently busy. Please __________ on for the next available agent.
(A) keep
(B) hold
(C) call
(D) take
31.31.All passengers shall go through __________ check before boarding.
(A) security
(B) activity
(C) insurance
(D) deficiency
32.32.The time __________ is thirteen hours between Taipei and New York.
(A) decision
(B) division
(C) diligence
(D) difference
33.33.This artist’s __________ are on exhibition at the museum.
(A) workouts
(B) presences
(C) masterminds
(D) masterpieces
34.34.You will pay a __________ of fifty dollars for your ferry ride.
(A) fan
(B) fate
(C) fair
(D) fare
35.35.People have to learn to __________ their problems.
(A) find fault with
(B) cope with
(C) come up with
(D) end up with
36.36.Public __________ to voting is a problem in many democratic countries with low turnouts in elections.
(A) interpretation
(B) intervention
(C) contribution
(D) indifference
37.37.The news was __________ good __________ true.
(A) to…..is
(B) two…..to be
(C) too…..to be
(D) so…..that is
38.38.The __________ cake appears so __________.
(A) flash…..inviting
(B) flesh…..invited
(C) fresh…..inviting
(D) flush…..invited
39.39.__________ a fire, the heritage building __________.
(A) It is because…..burned down
(B) Because…..burned down
(C) Because of…..was burned down
(D) That because of…..had burned down
40.40.Jumbo jet had made __________ for people __________ for a long distance comfortably.
(A) possible…..to travel
(B) possible it…..travel
(C) it possible…..to travel
(D) it is possible…..travel
41.41.Those who __________ a quake __________ life more.
(A) survives…..cherishes
(B) have survived…..will cherish
(C) are surviving…..are cherished
(D) are survivals of …..had cherished
42.42.II. Word meaning. Choose the best answer for the underlined word or phrase in each sentence. 詞意測驗:請選出詞意與每題以底線標示之字詞最接近的答案 Government officials have 【overlooked】 the impact of inflation on the economy.
(A) highly expected
(B) failed to notice
(C) found ways of
(D) forgave
43.43.I 【came across】 my high school classmate when I traveled to Los Angeles.
(A) met by chance
(B) planned to visit
(C) moved to see
(D) was glad to find
44.44.John’s families moved to the United States. They intended to live there 【for good】.
(A) comfortably
(B) permanently
(C) mostly
(D) temporarily
45.45.All drinks served on the airplane are 【complimentary】.
(A) for extra cost
(B) of self service
(C) free of charge
(D) first come, first served
46.46.The airplane is 【cruising】 at an altitude of 30,000feet at 700kilometers per hour.
(A) detecting
(B) moving
(C) showing
(D) speeding
47.47.Many people have 【put on】 some pounds during the New Year vacation.
(A) dressed up
(B) gained
(C) gambled
(D) turned into
48.48.I think you are paying too much for the 【bells and whistles】 of this new car.
(A) important equipment
(B) basic ingredients
(C) unnecessary features
(D) visual differences
49.49.After three years, the most wanted criminal 【is still at large】.
(A) is finally kept in prison
(B) is living miserably
(C) is released
(D) has not yet been caught
50.50.The airline company finally 【broke even】 last year.
(A) was highly profitable
(B) went bankrupt
(C) stopped losing money
(D) had an accident
51.51.You will need to 【brush up on】 your Spanish if you want to do business with people from South American countries.
(A) improve
(B) learn painting
(C) pretend to master
(D) withdraw
52.52.All 【proceeds】 from the auction will go to charities.
(A) profits
(B) bargains
(C) costs
(D) losses
53.53.As the flight to the Bahamas was delayed for eight hours, all passengers were 【going bananas】.
(A) buying fruits
(B) going to the market
(C) getting very angry
(D) disappointed
54.54.He got his visa 【at the eleventh hour】.
(A) at the last moment
(B) at eleven o’clock
(C) before noon
(D) by midnight
55.55.I was supposed to meet John at the concert hall, but he 【stood me up】.
(A) kept his promise
(B) knew it well
(C) canceled the reservation
(D) didn’t show up
56.III. Cloze. Please choose the best answer for each blank in the following passages. 段落填空:請選出下列段落中各句空格的最佳答案 【題組】 Now 【56】 as a clinical condition, the symptoms of jet lag include 【57】 of exhaustion, disorientation, forgetfulness and fuzziness, not to mention headaches, bad moods, and a reduced sex drive. Some people's circadian rhythms are so 【58】 disrupted that they are on the 【59】 of true depression. But while it's generally accepted that there is no "cure" for jet lag, an increasing number of treatments and products are said to be able to minimize its 【60】, which can last anything from a few days to several weeks.
【題組】56.
(A) organized
(B) recognized
(C) memorized
(D) prescribed
57.【題組】57.
(A) symbols
(B) desires
(C) emotions
(D) feelings
58.【題組】58.
(A) only
(B) kindly
(C) gently
(D) severely
59.【題組】59.
(A) blank
(B) blink
(C) brink
(D) blanket
60.【題組】60.
(A) effects
(B) affects
(C) effectiveness
(D) advances
61.【題組】 When you 【61】 a foreign purchase to a bank credit card, such as MasterCard or Visa, all you lose with most cards is the 1percent the issuer charges for the actual exchange. Other banks, 【62】 , add a surcharge of 2to 3percent on transactions in foreign currencies. Even 【63】 a surcharge, you generally lose less with a credit card 【64】 with currency or traveler’s checks. Therefore, don’t use traveler’s checks as your primary 【65】 of foreign payment. But do take along a few $20checks or bills to exchange at retail for those last minute or unexpected needs.
【題組】61.
(A) exchange
(B) charge
(C) recharge
(D) claim
62.【題組】62.
(A) as a result
(B) as a consequence
(C) however
(D) moreover
63.【題組】63.
(A) when
(B) with
(C) as
(D) about
64.【題組】64.
(A) than
(B) then
(C) there
(D) theme
65.【題組】65.
(A) mean
(B) means
(C) meaning
(D) material
66.【題組】 All societies have dress codes, most of which 【66】 unwritten but understood by most members of the society. The dress code has 【67】 rules or signals indicating how a person's clothing should be 【68】 . This message may 【69) indications of the person's social class, income, occupation, ethnic and religious affiliation, attitude, marital status, sexual availability, and sexual orientation. Clothes convey other social messages, including personal or cultural identity. 【70】 , wearing expensive clothes can communicate wealth or the image of wealth.
【題組】66.
(A) is
(B) are
(C) be
(D) had
67.【題組】67.
(A) build
(B) been built
(C) built-in
(D) building
68.【題組】68.
(A) wear
(B) wore
(C) worn
(D) warm
69.【題組】69.
(A) accuse
(B) exclude
(C) include
(D) confess
70.【題組】70.
(A) In addition
(B) In summary
(C) For example
(D) In contrast
71..IV. Reading Comprehension. 閱讀測驗 【題組】 Railways were the first form of mass transportation and had an effective monopoly on land transport until the development of the motorcar in the early 20th century. Railway companies in Europe and the United States used streamlined trains since 1933for high-speed services with an average speed of up to 130km/h (80mph) and a top speed of more than 160km/h (100mph). The first high-speed train was the Italian ETR 200that in July 1939went from Milan to Florence at 165km/h, with a top speed of 203km/h. With this service, these trains were able to compete with the upcoming airplanes. In 1957, the Odakyu Electric Railway in Greater Tokyo launched its Romancecar 3000SSE. This set a world record for narrow gauge trains at 145km/h (90mph), giving Japanese designers confidence that they could safely build even faster trains at standard gauge. Desperate for transport solutions due to overloaded trains between Tokyo and Osaka, the idea of high-speed rail was born in Japan. There is no globally accepted standard separating high-speed rail from conventional railroads; however, a number of widely accepted variables have been acknowledged by the industry in recent years. Generally, high-speed rail is defined as having a top speed in regular use of over 200km/h (125mph).
【題組】71 According to the first paragraph of this passage, what is true about the development of mass transportation?
(A) Railways used to be the primary means of land transportation before the 20th century.
(B) Motorcars were designed to monopolize land transport in the early 20th century.
(C) High-speed services derived from motorcar racing.
(D) The high-speed train was first built by Japanese engineers.
72.【題組】72.According to the passage, which country introduced the first high-speed train?
(A) Italy.
(B) France.
(C) Japan.
(D) The USA.
73.【題組】73.What is the top record speed ever achieved by high-speed trains before 1960?
(A) 90km/h
(B) 145km/h
(C) 165km/h
(D) 203km/h
74.【題組】74.What was the driving force for the Japanese to first build the high-speed rail?
(A) To compete with airplane transportation.
(B) To share the train transport loadings between Tokyo and Osaka.
(C) To attract foreign tourists to Japan.
(D) To show off their hi-tech achievement.
75.【題組】75.Which of the following statements is true?
(A) Traditional railroads are no longer in use.
(B) Airlines will lose their customers to high-speed rails because of speed.
(C) High-speed rail is defined as having a speed of over 200kilometers per hour.
(D) High-speed rail companies will replace all land transporters.
76.【題組】 A tour manager has individual duties to perform to run a tour smoothly and successfully. For instance, the tour manager should always be the first one up every morning in order to make sure each team member is ready before the bus leaves for the next scenic spot each day. The tour manager will also check for possible changes to the itinerary. Most days of a tour require a long bus trip to the next venue. The traveling time may be the only opportunity for the tour manager to undertake much of the administrative chores: paper work, phone calls, and planning for the next few days. This may include confirming and reconfirming hotel reservations, return flights, and arrival time at restaurants and scenic spots. It usually falls to the tour manager to keep the team members and the service crew happy while they are hundreds, or thousands, of miles away from their homes and their families. The tour manager shall keep everyone working as a team and deal with individual problems, such as stolen passports, physical ailments and medical emergencies. Most importantly, the tour manager must take the group members home safe and sound at the end of the journey and get ready for the next trip.
【題組】76. What is this passage mainly about?
(A) Running a profitable tour.
(B) Tips on booking cheap hotel rooms.
(C) Enjoying tours.
(D) The duties of a tour manager.
77.【題組】77.Which of the following is generally NOT considered a tour manager’s responsibility?
(A) Keep everyone happy.
(B) Drive the tour bus.
(C) Visit the resorts as scheduled.
(D) Confirm hotel reservations.
78.【題組】78.Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the word “venue” in the passage?
(A) Stand
(B) Spot
(C) Sport
(D) Sigh
79.79.What will a responsible tour manager most likely do on the bus during the tour?
(A) Make phone calls to friends.
(B) Buy discounted souvenirs for team members.
(C) Find seats with the best view for team members.
(D) Reconfirm return flights for team members.
80.【題組】 A tour manager has individual duties to perform to run a tour smoothly and successfully. For instance, the tour manager should always be the first one up every morning in order to make sure each team member is ready before the bus leaves for the next scenic spot each day. The tour manager will also check for possible changes to the itinerary. Most days of a tour require a long bus trip to the next venue. The traveling time may be the only opportunity for the tour manager to undertake much of the administrative chores: paper work, phone calls, and planning for the next few days. This may include confirming and reconfirming hotel reservations, return flights, and arrival time at restaurants and scenic spots. It usually falls to the tour manager to keep the team members and the service crew happy while they are hundreds, or thousands, of miles away from their homes and their families. The tour manager shall keep everyone working as a team and deal with individual problems, such as stolen passports, physical ailments and medical emergencies. Most importantly, the tour manager must take the group members home safe and sound at the end of the journey and get ready for the next trip.
【題組】80.What can be inferred from this passage?
(A) Most tours become mental and physical burdens for a tour manager.
(B) Most tours require tour members to pay extra fees for services.
(C) Most tour managers don’t change their original itinerary.
(D) Most tour managers ask their group members to help with chores.