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1.1I always_at the headlines in the morning, but I rarely have time to read the whole newspaper.
(A) glance
(B) gamble
(C) globalize
(D) garner

2.2. Without further proof, the police had to_the man under arrest.
(A) reveal
(B) recover
(C) remove
(D) release

3.3. Do you think it proper to_weakness to women?
(A) assign
(B) attribute
(C) contribute
(D) distribute

4.4. The long dark days and lack of a job made Mike feel_.
(A) alarmed
(B) excited
(C) satisfied
(D) depressed

5.5. I check the newest index of the stock market every day to see if my_grows larger or smaller.
(A) commodities
(B) exchange
(C) portfolio
(D) credits

6.6. No country has a_on morality or truth, whose principles should be established with general agreements.
(A) monopoly
(B) monarch
(C) dialect
(D) dialogue

7.7. Citigroup Inc plans to shed about 10 percent of its global workforce, and additional reductions would come from_.
(A) legends
(B) layoffs
(C) lodgings
(D) luxuries

8.8. Kelly went to his county’s court and_ a lawsuit against the person who he felt was responsible for his loss.
(A) held
(B) distorted
(C) commenced
(D) filed

9.9. Jack’s poor handling of the business_on negligence.
(A) edged
(B) neared
(C) bordered
(D) approached

10.10. In order to_inward investment, the government is planning to provide free premises of offices and factories for three years.
(A) discourage
(B) promote
(C) reduce
(D) abandon

11.11. The congressmen have reached a_that smoking should be banned within thirty feet from the entrance of a building.
(A) consensus
(B) flexibility
(C) dispute
(D) subscription

12.12. When we receive text messages of promotions from a company, we must be_of possible false advertisement out of which the company wants to make profit.
(A) worried
(B) suspicious
(C) reluctant
(D) effective

13.13. I just learned that Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark was the_for the original Disneyland in L. A., California.
(A) organization
(B) substitution
(C) inspiration
(D) complication

14.14. Tom’s desk was so_with papers that it was hard to find anything.
(A) cluttered
(B) muddled
(C) overrun
(D) burdened

15.15. All branch stores are required to fill out the _ report to check if there is enough merchandise on shelf and in stock.
(A) finance
(B) inquiry
(C) customs
(D) inventory  

16._in the car accident was a real miracle.
(A) That the man survived
(B) Where the man survived
(C) What the man survived
(D) The man survived

17.17. We have_time to decide whether we will sign the contract.
(A) than more enough
(B) enough more than
(C) more than enough
(D) enough than more

18.18. The pilot,_ —at the air force base, said that he was not given orders to fight.
(A) while being interviewed
(B) while interviewing
(C) when to interview
(D) when he interviewed

19.19. The General Sherman Tree, the largest of all the giant sequoias,_to be the world’s largest living thing.
(A) is reputed
(B) reputed
(C) are reputed
(D) being reputed

20.20. Some fundamental theories of literary critics_an essence of biblical spirits, from which other critical theories develop.
(A) utilize
(B) utilization
(C) utilizing
(D) to utilize

21.21. Citic Pacific Ltd. said the company performed well_the first quarter and has sufficient capital for investments.

22.22.1 happened_an old friend of mine when I was on vacation in Canada.
(A) to meet
(B) to be met
(C) that I met
(D) meeting

23.23. People who were born on very high mountains typically have larger lungs to help breathing _who live at sea level do.
(A) those
(B) than those
(C) than
(D) for those

24.24. The attitude of receptionists from a governmental office is_unfriendly.
(A) in frequency
(B) frequent
(C) frequently
(D) frequented

25.25. Jason Bower dozed off in the meeting. He_all night partying again.
(A) must have stayed up
(B) should have stayed up
(C) has stayed up
(D) always stayed up

26.26.1 want to see_•
(A) what it tracks and manages data reporting
(B) what does it track and manage data reporting
(C) how it tracks and manages data reporting
(D) how does it track and manage data reporting

27.27. Not until Toyota debuted the model Prius in the late 1990s_the technology of hybrid engine.
(A) the auto industry introduced
(B) did the auto industry introduce
(C) the auto industry introducing
(D) does the auto industry

28.28._ —for the sales in the first quarter may not necessarily be the final sales volume at the end of the quarter.
(A) Although it projects
(B) What is projected
(C) Projected
(D) Despite its projection

29.29._ —in 1952, the MIT Sloan School of Management is one of the world’s most prestigious business school.
(A) Founding
(B) Founded
(C) To found
(D) To find

30.30. To prevent sewage from entering the waterways and protect public health, the city councilman strongly demanded that the sewage system_in three months.
(A) improved
(B) to improve
(C) was improved
(D) be improved

 (一)To learn about others you must be involved with them. You must have a relationship —31— them of mutual trust. For how can I learn about you unless you trust me enough to disclose your “inner self’ to me? And how can you trust me unless I am willing —32— myself to you? You can help me understand myself, if I trust what you say about me. Self-understanding cannot easily be achieved in isolation; other people help us to define who we are. Our impression of ourselves depends upon —33— other people consistently react to us. My self-understanding and my knowledge of you depend upon our relationship. —34—a trustful relationship, you may hide yourself from me. Knowing —35— and understanding yourself lead to self-acceptance. You discover that the qualities in yourself that you have rejected are not unique to yourself.


(A) to reveal
(B) reveal
(C) revealing
(D) revealed


(A) Why we did not have
(B) Though we do not have
(C) If we do not have
(D) When we did not have

(A) the other
(B) others
(C) another
(D) anothers

36.(二)The digital age is dawning, and that,s good news for Asian companies. Already, a high —36— of the world’s new digital products, such as DVD players and digital cameras, are being produced there, not only because manufacturing costs are lower there than in North America and Europe, but also because Asia has become a center for —37—. Japanese companies, of course, have long been admired for their ability to design and manufacture consumer products that incorporate the latest technology while —38一 the most-desired functions. Now other Asian countries like Korea and Taiwan are —39—. With the worldwide demand for digital products growing —40— a furious pace, the future looks bright for the Asian companies that make them.
(A) level
(B) quality
(C) affluence
(D) percentage

(A) animation
(B) innovation
(C) recreation
(D) organization

(A) offering
(B) offered
(C) did offer
(D) would offer

(A) taking its leave
(B) making its exit
(C) following its lead
(D) catching its breath


41.四、閱讀測驗 (一) One of the keys to the success of Toyota’s lean production and continuing improvement processes is that they are not formulaic to the point that they limit employee innovation. Instead, they are quite the opposite, serving as guides designed to unleash previously untapped employee potential. In Toyota, principles should remain the same but methods for reaching objectives should constantly change: What works today can always be improved upon. Therefore, a central element of maintaining the same culture at Toyota year after year is encouraging employees to find different and new ways of contributing. Many who study Toyota’s way of working are often initially surprised at the lack of specific, step-by-step, how-to instructions. But the Toyota culture is intended to draw upon the creative abilities of employees; if the processes were put into a manual featuring steps 1, 2 and 3,then people would likely follow the steps robotically, doing their job each day precisely the same way they did it the day before. The Toyota system is teaching people to think for themselves and find a better way to do the job, and to take individual ownership.
【題組】41. Which of the following is the most appropriate title for the above passage?
(A) Toyota’s Employee Loyalty
(B) More Than a Formula
(C) More Formula than Creativity
(D) Employee Management

42.【題組】42. In Toyota,_•
(A) employees are required to follow stringent instructions
(B) exploring employee potential for innovation is encouraged
(C) independent thinking is not prioritized
(D) action plans and methods cannot be easily altered

43.【題組】43. In Line 3,the underlined phrase “to unleash previously untapped employee potential” implies that
(A) less control over employees,creative doings brings out greater employee contribution
(B) putting employees on a leash is to tap on employees’ unknown abilities
(C) employees have great potential except unleashing themselves
(D) previously employed personnel cannot be unleashed for more contribution

44.【題組】44. Which of the following elements can be barely seen in Toyota,s management?
(A) Emphasis on employees’ creative abilities
(B) Rather standard principles but flexible methods
(C) Innovative approaches to reach objectives
(D) Specific and step-by-step instructions

45.【題組】45. Which of the following is NOT a key to success in Toyota?
(A) Encouraging new ways of employee contribution
(B) Undertakings to do better in different ways
(C) A strong process control by following the manuals
(D) To think outside the box

46.(二) How men first learnt to invent words is unknown; in other words, the origin of language is a mystery. All we really know is that men, unlike animals, somehow invented certain sounds to express thoughts and feelings, actions and things, so that they could communicate with each other; and that later they agreed upon certain signs, called letters, which could be combined to represent those sounds, and which could be written down. Those sounds, whether spoken or written in letters, we call words. The power of words, then, lies in their associations—the things they bring up before our minds, Words become filled with meaning for us by experience; and the longer we live, the more certain words recall to us the glad and sad events of our past; and the more we read and learn, the more the number of words that mean something to us increases. Great writers are those who not only have great thoughts but also express these thoughts in words which appeal powerfully to our minds and emotions. This charming and telling use of words is what we call literary style. Above all, the real poet is a master of words. He can convey his meaning in words which like music and by their association can move men to tears. We should therefore learn to choose our words carefully and use them accurately, or they will make our speech silly and vulgar.
【題組】46. The author of the passage advises us_.
(A) to use emotional words
(B) to use words in a literary style
(C) not to use silly and rude words
(D) to use words carefully and accurately

47.【題組】47. What is true about the words?
(A) They are visual letters.
(B) They are signs called letters.
(C) They are represented by sounds.
(D) They are represented by thoughts.

48.【題組】48. One of the reasons why men invented certain sounds to express thoughts and feelings was that
(A) they could agree upon letters
(B) they could write and combine them
(C) they could express actions and things
(D) they could communicate with each other

49.【題組】49. The secret of a writer’s success is the use of words that_.
(A) recall to us the glad and sad events of our past
(B) are as beautiful as music
(C) are arranged in a creative way
(D) agree with certain literary style

50.【題組】50. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?
(A) The more we read and learn, the more learned we are.
(B) The more we read and learn, the more the number of words that mean something to us decreases.
(C) The more we read and learn, the more illiterate we become.
(D) The more we read and learn, the more knowledge we will acquire.