1.John is one of the most capable customer service_______in the department.
(A) stores (B) clerks (C) organizations (D) companies
2.Before you ask a question or give comments at a conference, you ought to_______yourself. The audience wants to
know who you are.
(A) prove (B) identify (C) accuse (D) support
3.Frequently, several forms of environmental change are_______for the disappearance of species.
(A) famous (B) renowned (C) responsible (D) fashionable
4.If you hire a lawyer, you are his or her_______.
(A) client (B) customer (C) consumer (D) conductor
5.Credit card companies make money when card users buy more than they can_______.
(A) deposit (B) withdraw (C) afford (D) cash
6.Marian is very_______for the help she received during her illness. She hopes that one day she could return these
(A) inactive (B) decisive (C) grateful (D) resentful
7.Because of language barriers, foreigners often need_______when they report cases to the police.
(A) thermos (B) interpreters (C) detectives (D) bodyguards
8.The police regularly_______certain neighborhoods to ensure the safety of residents there.
(A) patrol (B) survey (C) examine (D) display
9.The term CEO is an_______for Chief Executive Officer.
(A) attempt (B) acronym (C) achievement (D) adaptation
10.Tom is a campus_______. He is violent to younger and smaller boys.
(A) bully (B) star (C) leader (D) gang
11.A former aide has been arrested after he allegedly_______a trip to Thailand and passed documents to the country’s
(A) escaped (B) concealed (C) combined (D) confined
12.Stephan is busy right now. He will call you back in_______five minutes.
(A) after (B) beyond (C) about (D) later
13.Please_______. I am running late for an important meeting.
(A) hurry up (B) slow down (C) put off (D) rush into
14.If possible, President Chen will definitely like to meet his American_______, President Bush.
(A) rival (B) counterpart (C) companion (D) peer
15.The speech was so_______that I fell asleep soon after it started.
(A) becoming (B) boring (C) bearing (D) blowing
16.After Hurricane Katrina, many people in Taiwan are_______their friends and relatives in New Orleans.
(A) worried about (B) talked about (C) yelling at (D) concerning at
17.Before leaving a hotel, you need to_______, returning the key of your room and paying the bill.
(A) check in (B) move off (C) move in (D) check out
18.Smoking is allowed only in_______areas such as outdoor cafés or parks.
(A) opened (B) open-air (C) opening (D) openly
19.If a person_______personal satisfaction, perhaps a career in teaching or the arts is best for him.
(A) is sorry for (B) is divided into (C) is interested in (D) is about to
20.Professor Anderson requires his students to_______their assignments on time.
(A) hand on (B) give in (C) hand in (D) give out
21.The Apollo 11 spacecraft was_______three sections, or modules－the command module, the service module, and
the lunar module.
(A) consisted of (B) comprised (C) composed (D) made up of
22.The crime rate in Taichung is among the highest around the island. The city is_______the large number of
gangsters it attracts.
(A) famous of (B) notorious for (C) renowned as (D) marked because
23.With more and more business correspondence now being conducted using the Internet, it is important for people to
be_______the use of its language.
(A) apt to (B) silent of (C) likely to (D) aware of
24.An important meeting can fail_______a simple misunderstanding.
(A) owing (B) since (C) because of (D) because
25.When a police car follows yours, you’d better_______and wait patiently in your car.
(A) speed up (B) pull over (C) run over (D) take up
26.The Bill of Rights became part of the Constitution of the United States_______December 15, 1791.
(A) in (B) on (C) at (D) from
27.In Taiwan, 7-ELEVEN stores stay open_______the clock. It never closes.
(A) around (B) on (C) over (D) along
28.Selena couldn’t make_______her mind as to which dresses to buy. They all looked pretty to her.
(A) of (B) on (C) up (D) out
29.I’m sorry for being late. My car broke_______on my way here and I spent over 20 minutes waiting for the bus to
(A) off (B) down (C) up (D) away
30.Throughout history, games similar_______modern football have been played around the world.
(A) in (B) as (C) to (D) with