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100 年 - 100 年公務人員特種考試國家安全情報人員三等-英文#21179 

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1.31 I can’t____the noise, the traffic, and the pollution in the city any more.
(A) put over
(B) put through
(C) put down
(D) put up with
2.32 The major problem of his writing is the____ and unnecessary repetition of words.
(A) tangible
(B) symbolic
(C) monotonous
(D) conciliatory
3.33 Size matters, at least in astronomy. Large telescopes are able to detect fainter objects than their smaller____ can because they gather more light.
(A) anecdotes
(B) counterparts
(C) fragments
(D) incentives
4.34 The problem of gun control in America will continue to grow in a vicious circle____ more and more people buying guns to protect themselves.
(A) because
(B) for
(C) while
(D) with
5.35 If it snows this week, we will go skiing this weekend. ____, we will stay in the city and see a movie.
(A) Therefore
(B) Otherwise
(C) Moreover
(D) However
6.請依下文回答第 36 題至第 39 題 The current debate over euthanasia is often simplistic. The subject is complex. We don’t even have a generally agreed-upon definition of the word. Is euthanasia solely an act 36 by someone—a physician or a family member—on someone else who is ill or dying? Does euthanasia 37 the patient’s consent? The family’s consent? Is it 38 other forms of suicide or homicide? How does it differ from simply “pulling the plug”? If one type of euthanasia consists of refraining from the use of “heroic measures” to prolong life,39 does one distinguish between those measures that are heroic and those that are standard treatments?
【題組】 36
(A) concluded
(B) created
(C) contained
(D) committed
7.【題組】37
(A) catch
(B) focus
(C) inquire
(D) require
8.【題組】38
(A) accredited to
(B) derived from
(C) attributed to
(D) separable from
9.【題組】39 does one distinguish between those measures that are heroic and those that are sta39
(A) how
(B) what
(C) when
(D) whichndard treatments?
10.40 The bullfight is one of the most morally contentious of all legally sanctioned activities in the western world.
(A) It is not easy to end the practice of bullfighting as it is permitted by law and beneficial to the moral health of thesociety.
(B) In the western world, the bullfight is legally allowed but morally forbidden.
(C) Although an officially authorized activity, the bullfight remains one of the greatest ethical controversies in thewestern world.
(D) In the western world, the bullfight is prohibited by law and forbidden by the society’s conscience.
11.41 F. Reinitzer finally realized the cloudy liquid he stumbled upon was a new state of matter and coined the name “liquid crystal.”
(A) It was a coincidence that F. Reinitzer discovered a new material, for which he created the term “liquid crystal.”
(B) F. Reinitzer found a new kind of material when he fell down accidentally and he called the newly found“liquidcrystal."
(C) It dawned on F. Reinitzer that he needed“liquid crystal"to prove that he had come across a new kind ofmaterial in coins.
(D) When churning the cloudy liquid, F. Reinitzer found that the material assumed a new form which he called“liquid crystal."
12.42 The drug trafficking situation is one more potential strain on the already tense relationship between the UnitedStates and Canada.
(A) The United States and Canada have a tense relationship in recent years due to traffic problems.
(B) Drug smuggling adds a new strain on the tense US-Canada relations.
(C) The border transportation problem has long existed between the United States and Canada.
(D) The United States and Canada have a tense relationship along the border.
13.43 The wild and treacherous weather is a threatening sign of grave environmental problems.
(A) The unpredictable weather threatens the impending serious environmental problems.
(B) The unpredictable weather signifies the impending disastrous environmental problems.
(C) Environmental problems threaten our daily life with unpredictable weather.
(D) Our daily life is threatened with the unpredictable weather.
14.第 44 題至第 47 題為篇章結構,各題請依文意,從四個選項中選出最合適者,各題答案內容不重複 Exposition, as well as argument, can be made more vivid, and hence more understandable, with the support of description. Most exposition does contain some elements of description. 44 It therefore becomes a basic pattern for the expository purpose. Description is most useful in painting a word-picture of something concrete, such as a scene or a person. 45 We can also describe an abstract concept, such as an emotion or a quality or a mood. But most attempts to describe fear, for instance, still resort to the physical—a “coldness around the heart,” perhaps—and in such concrete ways communicate the abstract to the reader. The first and most important job in any descriptive endeavor is to select the details to be included. 46 Thus writers must constantly keep in mind the kind of picture they want to paint with words. Such a word-picture need not be entirely visual. 47 Writers can use strokes that will add the dimensions of sound, smell, and even touch. Such “strokes,” if made to seem natural enough, can help create a vivid and effective image in the reader’s mind.
【題組】 44
(A) Description is either objective or subjective.
(B) Objective description is purely factual, uncolored by any feelings of the author.
(C) At times description carries almost the entire burden of explanation.
(D) Its use is not restricted, however, to what we can perceive with our senses.
15.【題組】45
(A) There are usually many from which to choose.
(B) In this respect writers have more freedom than artists.
(C) Objective description is purely factual, uncolored by any feelings of the author.
(D) Its use is not restricted, however, to what we can perceive with our senses.
16.【題組】46
(A) Description is either objective or subjective.
(B) There are usually many from which to choose.
(C) Ingenuity should not be allowed to produce excessive description.
(D) Its use is not restricted, however, to what we can perceive with our senses.
17.【題組】47
(A) Description is either objective or subjective.
(B) In this respect writers have more freedom than artists.
(C) Ingenuity should not be allowed to produce excessive description.
(D) At times description carries almost the entire burden of explanation.
18.48 Genes are usually regarded as immutable, but in reality more than 90 percent of them are____ or less active in producing protein, so some types of stimulation can wake them up.
(A) mutable
(B) dormant
(C) predictable
(D) definite
19.49 Adding electronic entertainment devices to a vehicle is a formula for disaster in driving safety.
(A) Adding electronic entertainment devices to a car is very likely to lead to auto accidents.
(B) Drivers are easily distracted by electronic entertainment devices which are formulaic.
(C) We should add electronic entertainment devices to a car for the sake of driving safety.
(D) The more electronic entertainment devices are added to a car, the fewer auto accidents will occur.
20.50 When Mary was 45, her eye doctor told her that she had to get____ eyeglasses so that she could see clearly both near and far.
(A) bifocal
(B) binocular
(C) bilingual
(D) bilateral