14.34. It’s not smart to follow your boyfriend to move to a new city. Have you considered ______________if you break
up with him?
(A)to do what
(B)what will you do
(C)what you will do
(D)you will do what
16.36.______________on top of a hill, this B&B house overlooks a beautiful valley of tea gardens. No wonder it attracts a lot of visitors every weekend.
(D)It was stood
21.There are several places in the world that are famous for people who lived a very long life. Among them are the Caucasus Mountains in Russia,___41___ there are amazing examples of very long-lived people. Birth records are not available, but a woman called Tsurba probably lived until 160. In general, people there not only live a long time, but they also live well. They hardly get sick, and when they die, they have not only their own teeth but also a full head of hair, and good eyesight. About those people who enjoy long lives, there are several things___42___ . They live in mountainous areas remote from modern cities. They eat natural fruits and vegetables that are free___43___ chemicals. What’s more, they exercise a lot but___44___ less calories than most people in the modern world do. And there is one more thing.___45___ most of them are farmers who lead a simple life, they do not worry as much as urban people do. Now, you know what to do if you want to live long, too.
26.Walking into a convenience store and ordering a cup of steaming hot coffee has become a habit of many of
us in Taiwan. Not only does coffee taste great but it gives us a much welcomed boost. Some people, however, are
advised to avoid caffeine for medical reasons. To enjoy the flavor of coffee and not to hinder their health too much,
these people may then turn to drink decaffeinated coffee. But, is decaf coffee any better than regular coffee even
with the removal of caffeine?
The whole purpose ofdrinking decaf isthatitdoesn’tcontaincaffeine.Caffeine,besidesbeing very addictive, is said to over-stimulate and dehydrate the body. However, although decaf doesn’t contain caffeine, it still contains several of regular coffee’s other unhealthy ingredients. For instance, your cup of decaf still contains theobromine, which is almost as addictive as caffeine. And it also contains chlorogenic acid, which has been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks. So in terms of the potential damage you could be doing to your body, there isn’t a huge difference.
Of course, coffee is in no way as bad for you as cigarettes or excess alcohol, and nobody is saying that you shouldn’t drink coffee at all. But it’s important to be aware of what you are drinking. Although there is no
evidence to suggest that drinking coffee does any long term harm to the body, there are links between coffee and
high blood pressure and other forms of heart disease. As with most things in life, moderation is the key. Drink
sensibly and you’ll be fine. If you’re a very heavy coffee drinker, you’re unlikely to be doing your body any favors, whether it’s decaf coffee or not.
【題組】46. Where is the passage likely to appear?
(A)A history textbook.
(B)A journal on food.
(C)A health care magazine.
(D)A cookbook on drinks.
28.【題組】48. According to the passage, what can caffeine do to your body?
(A)Reduce aches and pains.
(B)Make you tired and unable to focus.
(C)Provide your body with sufficient water.
(D)Stimulate the nervous system to give you a boost.
29.【題組】49. What can we infer from the passage?
(A)Decaf is not as good for health as regular coffee.
(B)Drinking a lot of coffee may cause some heart problems.
(C)Drinking coffee is not popular with people in Taiwan until very recently.
(D)Coffee does as much harm to your health as cigarettes and should be avoided.
30.【題組】50. What does the word “moderation” in the last paragraph mean?
(A)Keeping up with the date.
(B)Being aware of possible danger.
(C)Not having too much of something.
(D)Knowing what is important and what is not.