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100 年 - 100年 初等考試-英文-其他類科#4093 

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1. I can't find my wallet. Can you ___ me some money?
(A)lend
(B)help
(C)borrow
(D)show
2. What's the ___ today? It is so cold.
(A)feeling
(B)suggestion
(C)tempo
(D)temperature
3.This expensive motorcycle ___ a rich friend of mine.
(A)belongs to
(B)looks after
(C)is used to
(D)runs after
4.When I woke up early this morning, I heard a dog  ___ downstairs.
(A)to bark
(B)barked
(C)barking
(D)has barked
5.The project needs to be finished soon, ___our boss wants to know the result.
(A)because
(B)yet
(C)but
(D)so
6.Lots of people believe that their memory gets worse as they get older. But this doesn't have to be___for you.
(A)bad
(B)true
(C)fast
(D)same
7.Research shows there are some things you can do to help keep your brain active and your memory sharp as you age. ___physical exercise and mental exercise will help your memory.
(A)No
(B)All
(C)Both
(D)Either
8.Physical exercise improves circulation of the blood. This helps your brain function ___ .
(A)good
(B)bad
(C)better
(D)worse
9.Keep your body active by walking, going to the gym, swimming, or riding your bike. Your brain, like your muscles, also needs ___ to stay in shape.
(A)memory
(B)research
(C)jogging
(D)exercise
10.Try to challenge yourself by doing mental exercises. Do crossword puzzles, read a lot, and play games that require ___-games like chess. All of these mental exercises will help improve your memory. Remember, memory is like a muscle. The more you use it, the better it gets.
(A)sitting
(B)making
(C)dancing
(D)thinking
11.On the afternoon of May 12, 2008, an earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale hit Sichuan Province, a mountainous region iv Western china. By the next day, the death toll stood at 12,000, with another 18,000 still missing. Over 15 million people live in the affected area, including almost 4 million in the city of Chengdu. Nearly 2,000 of the dead were students and teachers caught in schools that collapsed. Since the Tangshan earthquake in 1976, which killed over 240,000 people, China has required that new structures withstand major quakes. But the collapse of schools, hospitals and factories in several different areas around Sichuan may raise questions about how rigorously such codes have been enforced during China's recent, epic building boom. Many parents have said their children were crushed in shoddy school buildings that toppled while nearby apartments and government offices stayed upright.
【題組】What does “affected" in the sentence-“Over 15 million people live in the affected area"-mean?
(A)Influenced
(B)Infected
(C)Validated
(D)Affective
12.【題組】
According to the article,___.
(A)china had enforced rigorous building codes
(B)Buildings collapsed because of lack of rigorous building codes
(C)Rirorous codes had helped China's recent building boom
(D)China's recent building boom had been praised
(E)一律給分
13.【題組】According to the article, which one of the following statements in NOT true?
(A)The Tangshan earthquake killed over 240,000 people.
(B)Many people died because of the collapse of schools, hospitals, and factories.
(C)About 30,000 people were dead or missing when the news came out.
(D)China has required that new structures withstand major quakes only after the Sichuan earthquake.
14.【題組】According to this article, how many people were killed by the Sichuan earthquake?
(A)12,000
(B)18,000
(C)2,000
(D)240,000
15.【題組】According to the article, “epic building boom" refers to___.
(A)the bombing of buildings
(B)the collapse of buildings
(C)the fast construction of buildings
(D)the booming sound of buildings