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97 年 - 097年 中華郵政 專業職(二) (內勤) 英文#7263 

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1.More fathers are becoming aware of their responsibilities to their families. They feel now they must get ______ to help raise their children.
(A) analyzed
(B) encouraged
(C) involved
(D) offended

2.Humans are deeply ______ beings. Friendship and marriage make people happier. 
(A) central
(B) fearful
(C) legal
(D) social

3.Successful students ______ their notes after they finish taking them. 
(A) arrest
(B) debase
(C) hallow
(D) review

4.The good weather will ______ all the week. 
(A) insist
(B) assist
(C) resist
(D) persist

5.We do ask that you make your reservations right away in order to take ______ of lower rates.
(A) effect
(B) advantage
(C) objection
(D) influence

6.If this matter cannot be resolved, I will be forced to ______ the contract. 
(A) cancel
(B) canoe
(C) conclude
(D) consult

7.The education of girls is the surest way to reduce ______. 
(A) powder
(B) pout
(C) pouch
(D) poverty

8.We have just introduced our new hair dryer to the ______.
(A) marker
(B) machine
(C) market
(D) magic

9.______ you eat every day has a profound and everlasting impact on your health. 
(A) For
(B) That
(C) To
(D) What

10.London coffee houses became centers of discussion ______ as “penny universities”. 
(A) knew
(B) knowing
(C) known
(D) to know

11.It is believed that international sports competitions would promote friendly relations ______ nations. 
(A) among
(B) amidst
(C) between
(D) within

12.Studies show that the younger Japanese consumers are, ______ in having a car. 
(A) the less interested they are 
(B) the less interesting they are 
(C) they are less interested 
(D) they are less interesting

13.When an athlete won an event in the Olympic Games, musicians played the national anthem of his country and his national flag ______. 
(A) raised
(B) raising 
(C) was raised
(D) was raising

14.Another innovation which has helped blind people ______ the training of guide dogs. 
(A) are
(B) is
(C) to be
(D) being

15.As the bus rolled into her hometown, Liz looked around at the familiar streets and shops that she ______ for two years.
(A) did not see
(B) does not see 
(C) had not seen
(D) has not seen

16.Recently we asked for your opinions about paying students to improve school attendance or performance on tests. Some American __41__ are doing this. But more of you were against the idea than were __42__ it. Some people said paying students sends a message that __43__ is the only valuable reward. Steven from China says students should study for knowledge. Money may improve performance in the short term, he says, but we should think about the __44__. Zhao Jing Tao, a college student in China, thought of an old saying. __45__ students is like "drinking poison to end thirst" -- trying to solve a problem without considering the effects.
【題組】 41.
(A) news
(B) opinions
(C) schools
(D) students

(A) for
(B) liking
(C) support
(D) to

(A) knowledge
(B) lecture
(C) money
(D) opinion

(A) long term
(B) paying students
(C) school performance
(D) valuable reward

(A) Considering
(B) Excellent
(C) Knowledgeable
(D) Paying

21.My high school was one of the best in the country. The average score for my class on the Scholastic Aptitude Test was 615 out of 800 on the verbal part and 675 on the math part. This compares to only 419 and 473 nationally. Last year, 51% of my class was National Merit Scholars. This is unheard of at any other school. Take one of our classes for example, we sat on the floor or lay on couches while we worked, if we felt like it. We could talk whenever we wanted to. We didn’t need permission to go to the bathroom or to leave the classroom for any other reason. I’m not sure I ever saw my teacher give a lecture. He was always busy racing around the classroom offering comments and answering questions. And we chose what we wanted to learn. If something interesting turned up while we were doing a project, we could investigate it further. Considering all these qualities of my American history classes, I’d say it was the progressive type, one that Darling-Hammond would admire.
【題組】 46. How many parts of the Scholastic Aptitude Test are mentioned in the article? 
(A) Two.
(B) Three.
(C) Four.
(D) Five.

22.【題組】47. How many points higher than the national average did the author’s high school class score on the verbal part of the Scholastic Aptitude Test? 
(A) 51
(B) 185
(C) 196
(D) 298

23.【題組】 48. According to the article, who decided where the students sat in the class?
(A) Ministry of Education. 
(B) The school. 
(C) The teacher. 
(D) The students.

24.【題組】 49. When the students wanted to leave the classroom in the American history class, what should they do? 
(A) Give a good reason. 
(B) Just leave. 
(C) Report to the teacher. 
(D) Wait till the bell rings.

25.【題組】 50. What did the teacher of American history do in class? 
(A) Answering questions. 
(B) Fooling around. 
(C) Giving a lecture. 
(D) Quieting the class down.