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1.It seems that more women nowadays are seeking out _____ relationships with males.

(A) convulsive 
(B) dominical 
(C) egalitarian  
(D) retrospective
2.No further research is needed to _____ one fact about Pablo Picasso: He was a man of great talent.

(A) contrast 
(B) decompose 
(C) establish  
(D) fold
3.When _____ to pathogens, healthy animals will normally mount an immune response to fight off the infection.

(A) composed 
(B) disposed 
(C) exposed  
(D) supposed
4.The treaty our government signed _____ that any party which violated the regulations was liable to retaliation.

(A) penalized 
(B) reprieved 
(C) stipulated  
(D) thwarted
5.

When I asked the taxi driver to drive faster, he said _____ .

(A) he will drive faster if I pay him more  


(B) I will drive faster if you pay me more

(C) he would drive faster if I paid him more 


(D) I would drive faster if you paid me more

6.Not only _____ to report the accident, but he also denied that he had been driving the car.

(A) he failed 
(B) did he fail 
(C) was he failed  
(D) has he failed
7.Every parent is aware of their infant’s tendencies to rapidly go _____ between sleep and wakefulness.

(A) in and out 
(B) up and down 
(C) back and forth  
(D) inside and outside
8.The name of the author is put on the poster, _____ the name of his country.

(A) so is 
(B) also is 
(C) is too  
(D) but is
9.Don’t bargain with me any more! This is _____ I can afford.

(A) the lowest possible price  
(B) the possible most price

(C) the possible lowest price   
(D) the price most possible
10.

Punctuation, one is taught, has a point: to   _____1_____   law and order. Punctuation marks are the road signs   _____2_____   along the highway of our communication—to control speeds, provide directions and prevent   _____3_____   collisions. A period has the unblinking finality of a red light; the comma is a flashing yellow light that asks us only to slow down; and the semicolon is a stop sign that tells us to ease gradually to a halt,   _____4_____   gradually starting up again.


【題組】1
(A) keep away 
(B) keep on 
(C) keep up  
(D) keep up with
11.【題組】2
(A) placed 
(B) placing 
(C) be placed  
(D) be placing
12.【題組】3
(A) head 
(B) on-head 
(C) head-on  
(D) heading-on
13.A small boy’s pockets are likely to contain a miscellaneous collection of objects.

(A) A small boy tends to be like many objects he collects in his pockets.

(B) A small boy likes to collect a variety of pockets and put them in containers.

(C) It is misunderstood that a small boy likes to put lots of things in his pockets.

(D) It is possible that there are different things in a small boy’s pockets.
14.Wine tasters "are schooled in the art of distinguishing fine wine from bad wine".

(A) go to special school for learning wine tasting

(B) learn to be wine-brewing artists

(C) are especially trained to taste wine

(D) are skilled in drawing the wine labels
15.

The extraordinary success some Asian Americans are enjoying in a few areas has created the misconception of an exemplary minority and has detracted from a need  to accurately assess the costs and sacrifices involved for those who manage to reach such a high level of achievements.

(A) The success of Asian Americans in some areas can mislead people from finding out what are really behind it.

(B) The Asian Americans are proud of the achievements they have made in a few local areas.

(C) Some Asian Americans detracted themselves from the need to accurately appraise the costs to reach high achievements.

(D) People are led to believe that Asian’s minority status is created without sacrifices. 

16.

 Of all Modernism’s tenets, few have been more “revered” than the assembly line. Its crisp efficiency was a template for everything. The new BMW plant in Leipzig serves as an antidote to just that sort of uniformity. A boomerang-shaped industrial shed with rows of cars streaming on curving tracks, it is less a model of efficiency than a machine for voyeuristic pleasure. Moreover, the plant is an attempt at social engineering. Its architect subverts the sequential order of manufacturing by having each car loop back through the central building, where workers can survey their work. Engineers and workers are in constant contact, too, mingling in the corridors and the cafeteria, which breaks down the hierarchy. Because each car is routed on its way from the body shop to the paint shop or final assembly plant, you witness them in all their various stages. At certain points, the cars stop and revolve on enormous turntables before heading off in a new direction. The movements suggest mechanical ballet. Leipzig plant is thus the flagship of BMW that provides customized services. Very subtly, the free flow of information replaces the monotony of the assembly line; individual needs rule over bland repetition; and machines are at the service of man.


【題組】

What is the major setback of modernist architecture?

(A) Its voyeuristic function  
(B) Its uniformity

(C) Lack of communication  
(D) The social hierarchy

17.【題組】How is the new Leipzig assembly plant also an attempt at social engineering?

(A) By introducing art into manufacture

(B) By constantly focusing on the machines

(C) By bringing down the barrier between workers and engineers

(D) By breaking up the monotonous shape of factory buildings
18.【題組】Why is the factory shaped like a boomerang?

(A) To imbue the factory with beauty

(B) To absorb energy from Australian aborigines

(C) To provide a solution to modernists’ dead end

(D) To allow cars to come back to the main building
19.【題組】What is the main social significance of the Leipzig plant?

(A) Utopian buildings can be sexually appealing.

(B) Customized service is the latest trend of manufacturing.

(C) Humanity, rather than machines, takes the central stage.

(D) Engineers should oversee their products as often as possible.

 

20.

Punctuation, one is taught, has a point: to   _____1_____   law and order. Punctuation marks are the road signs   _____2_____   along the highway of our communication—to control speeds, provide directions and prevent   _____3_____   collisions. A period has the unblinking finality of a red light; the comma is a flashing yellow light that asks us only to slow down; and the semicolon is a stop sign that tells us to ease gradually to a halt,   _____4_____   gradually starting up again.


【題組】4
(A)before
(B)after
(C)earlier
(C)later