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1.Waiting outside his classroom for his classmates to arrive, John _________ idly at the heavy rain. 
(A)glared
(B)blushed
(C)crashed
(D)stared
2.You are our top _________ and that means we’re always there when you need us. 
(A)principle
(B)intention
(C)priority
(D)objective
3.A life spent making mistakes is not only more _________ but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. 
(A)possible
(B)horrible
(C)honorable
(D)questionable
4.It isn’t how much we do, but how much love we put into what we do that really _________. 
(A)amounts
(B)accounts
(C)means
(D)counts
5.I am a regular _________ of the evening news. I know all the latest news. 
(A)loser
(B)winner
(C)cleaner
(D)viewer
6.The sufferings of the poor family _________ the attention and pity of the whole society. 
(A)rose
(B)arose
(C)raised
(D)aroused
7.Happiness _________ in contentment. Therefore, we should cherish what we have now. 
(A)consists
(B)depends
(C)recognizes
(D)permits
8.For years, women’s progress has been cast as a struggle for equality. The number of women-owned businesses has grown over time and made jobs _________ to women. 
(A)available
(B)considerable
(C)incidental
(D)exceptional
9.Ambush marketing is a marketing strategy wherein the advertisers _________ themselves with, and therefore capitalize on, a particular event without paying any sponsorship fee. 
(A)regulate
(B)improvise
(C)rationalize
(D)associate
10.As I walked through the town, I was _________ reminded of my childhood. 
(A)conservatively
(B)constantly
(C)consistently
(D)consequently
11.The matter that is of great importance to us will be given _________ attention. 
(A)inclusive
(B)exclusive
(C)instinctive
(D)sensitive
12.John accepted the job, for the company offered a _________ salary along with a generous benefits package. 
(A)genuine
(B)minimum
(C)modest
(D)competitive
13.As the pace of change _________, more and more companies find that businesses need to continually renew and refresh themselves. 
(A)impedes
(B)regresses
(C)accelerates
(D)deteriorates
14.The Red Cross _________ food, clothes and medicine to Hurricane Sandy victims. 
(A)attributed
(B)assigned
(C)resigned
(D)distributed
15.Driving while either _________ or drunk is dangerous and drivers with high blood alcohol content or concentration (BAC) are at greatly increased risk of car accidents, highway injuries and vehicular deaths. 
(A)integrated
(B)intoxicated
(C)complicated
(D)consolidated
16.The Kenyans have three runners in the 1500 meters, any of _________ could take the gold medal. 
(A)who
(B)whose
(C)whom
(D)what
17.You should throw away your old furniture, if _________. 
(A)necessity
(B)necessary
(C)necessarily
(D)necessitates
18.It was my grandfather’s belief _________ women should stay at home and keep the house. 
(A)which
(B)what
(C)that
(D)where
19.Assault and homicide in Newtown are believed _________ a popular topic of common concern. 
(A)that is
(B)to be
(C)to being
(D)being
20.Not only you but also Michael _________ asked to participate in the annual conference. 
(A)are
(B)has
(C)was
(D)were
21.It _________ that eating too much greasy food is harmful _________ our health. 
(A)believe / on
(B)believes / for
(C)believed / of
(D)is believed / to
22.There are lots of toy balls in the pool. _________ are red, and _________ are white. 
(A)Ones / the others
(B)Some / others
(C)Some / other
(D)Others / many
23.Joseph _________ New York three times, and he is going there again next month. 
(A)gone
(B)went
(C)has been to
(D)has gone to
24.The fierce typhoon is coming and it is time we _________ some food and water. 
(A)buying
(B)bought
(C)have bought
(D)need buying
25.Some TV channels, such as Discovery and National Geographic, provide people _________ both entertaining and educational programs to broaden their world view. 
(A)at
(B)as
(C)for
(D)with
26.Mary has been suffering from toothache for two days. Her parents _________ to see the dentist without delay. 
(A)made her to go
(B)insisted that she goƒ
(C)insisted on her to go
(D)suggested that she goes
27.It’s often been reported that North Koreans are a few inches _________ South Koreans. 
(A)more shorter than
(B)as shorter as
(C)shorter than
(D)short of
28.The government spends _________ of dollars each year promoting this program for improving the lives of its senior citizens. 
(A)a million
(B)millions
(C)million
(D)several million
29._________ the traffic congestion on downtown streets, city officials are again looking at the possibility of establishing taxi stands. 
(A)Facing
(B)Faced
(C)To facing
(D)Having been faced
30._________ had they reached the other side than the fox tossed the gingerbread man up in the air. 
(A)As soon
(B)No sooner
(C)Much sooner
(D)Soon
31.    Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce, is the buying and selling of product or service over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. Electronic commerce _31_ such technologies as electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, Internet marketing, online transaction processing, and the like. Modern electronic commerce typically uses the World Wide Web, although it may encompass a wider range of technologies _32_ e-mail, mobile devices and telephones as well. Electronic commerce is generally considered to be the sales aspect of e-business. It also consists of the exchange of data to _33_ the financing and payment aspects of business transactions. Amongst _34_ economies, China’s e-commerce presence continues to expand. With 384 million internet users, China’s online shopping sales _35_ to $36.6 billion in 2009 and one of the reasons behind the huge growth has been the improved trust level for shoppers. To conclude, e-commerce has become an important tool for businesses worldwide not only to sell to customers but also to engage them.
【題組】31
(A)draws on
(B)puts down
(C)takes off
(D)gives out
32.【題組】32
(A)as for
(B)such as
(C)up to
(D)above all
33.【題組】33
(A)isolate
(B)evacuate
(C)facilitate
(D)terminate
34.【題組】34
(A)immersing
(B)imposing
(C)exposing
(D)emerging
35.【題組】35
(A)restricted
(B)decreased
(C)turned
(D)rose
36.
    Since June 28th, 2011, tourists from China have been allowed to visit Taiwan as individuals rather than as part of a tour group. At first, only people from the cities of Beijing, Shanghai, and Xiamen were _36_ for the new “free independent traveler” (FIT) program. This change _37_ as a boon to Taiwan’s travel industry, as it was expected to bring more people who would like to experience another side of Chinese culture. Businesses such as hotels, department stores, restaurants, and other stores _38_ tourism are anticipating significant
benefits. As of 2010, 3,200 Chinese tourists were visiting Taiwan per day, and _39_ May 2011, the total number of mainland tourists that had come to Taiwan exceeded 2.3 million. While this is exciting news for the tourism sector, it does _40_ concerns for government security services. Officials worried that their agencies did not have sufficient staff or resources to ensure that FITs will not overstay their 15-day limit in Taiwan, go missing or work illegally. It is hoped, though, that this new program will help Taiwan’s tourism industry grow.

【題組】36
(A)able
(B)capable
(C)eligible
(D)intelligible
37.【題組】37
(A)hailed
(B)is hailing
(C)has hailed
(D)was hailed
38.【題組】38
(A)composed of
(B)related to
(C)concerned with
(D)resulted in
39.【題組】39
(A)at
(B)by
(C)from
(D)with
40.【題組】40
(A)pose
(B)impose
(C)endorse
(D)suppose
41.
    Players and fans alike have their ways of avoiding bad luck. Some sports superstitions are stranger than others. For example, basketball superstar Michael Jordan (a graduate of North Carolina) always wore his blue North Carolina shorts under his Bulls uniform for good luck.
    Baseball players may be the most superstitious. Pitcher Turk Wendell brushes his teeth and chews licorice between every inning. Wade Boggs would eat only chicken the day of a game. Former pitcher Mark “The Bird” Fidrych used to play with the dirt on the mound and talk to himself and the ball before he pitched. Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciaparra gets dressed the same way every day, makes sure to step on each dugout step with both feet, and tugs at his batting gloves and taps his toes during each at-bat.
    There are lots of common superstitions in baseball. For example, spitting into your hand before picking up the bat is said to bring good luck. On the other hand, it is bad luck if a dog walks across the diamond before the first pitch. Similarly, lending a bat to a fellow player is a serious jinx.

【題組】Which of the following people is NOT mentioned as a baseball player in the passage? 
(A)Wade Boggs. ‚
(B)Turk Wendell. ƒ
(C)Michael Jordan. „
(D)Mark “The Bird” Fidrych.
42.【題組】Which fielding position does Nomar Garciaparra play? 
(A)Pitcher. ‚
(B)Catcher. ƒ
(C)Shortstop. „
(D)First baseman.
43.【題組】What is the second paragraph mainly about? 
(A)The popularity of baseball in the world. ‚
(B)Examples of baseball players’ superstitions. ƒ
(C)Healthy food for professional baseball players. „
(D)Comparison between basketball and baseball superstitions.
44.【題組】What does jinx in the last paragraph mean? 
(A)Bad luck. ‚
(B)Good luck. ƒ
(C)Superstition. „
(D)A fielding position.
45.【題組】According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? 
(A)Basketball players may be more superstitious than baseball players. ‚
(B)A dog walking across the diamond before the first pitch is good luck. ƒ
(C)To avoid bad luck, a player should always lend his bat to another player. „
(D)Spitting into your hand before picking up the bat is believed to bring good luck.
46.
    Whether he’s covering the war in Iraq, a tsunami in Thailand, or the death of a celebrity, Anderson Cooper stands out as an insightful, charismatic reporter.
    Born into an extremely wealthy and well-educated family, Cooper, however, confronted more than its fair share of tragedy in his life. At 10, Cooper lost his father. A decade later, his oldest brother Carter committed suicide. His brother’s death had a profound impact on him, causing Cooper to re-evaluate his life and career. From his losses, Cooper realized he could handle adversity better than most, and he developed the desire to break bad news to others. Despite not having any formal training, Cooper decided to become a journalist. After failing to land a job as a reporter, Cooper took matters into his hands. In 1990, he bought a camera and used fake press ID to cover the crisis in Somalia. The producer of the news program— Channel One was so impressed with his coverage that they bought the footage and gave him a job as chief international correspondent. And in 2001, CNN hired him as a co-anchor for one of their programs.
    Once he was in the spotlight on CNN, Cooper’s career soared. His passionate news segments appealed to many viewers. His ability to get to the bottom of things makes many people feel like they are getting the news from a person who is just like them. Although Cooper mainly reports from CNN studios in New York, he has never been reluctant to report from dangerous locations. In 2004, he rushed down to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck. Cooper was clearly moved by the damage he witnessed. Thus, many viewers connected with his raw emotion and his coverage launched him to superstardom. While reporting the earthquake in Haiti, he threw down his camera and rescued a boy who was injured in the streets. For his stellar work, Cooper has taken home several honors.

【題組】How can we best describe Cooper’s childhood? 
(A)Cooper came from a rich family and he rarely had any problems. ‚
(B)Cooper received an excellent education and he lived a happy life. ƒ
(C)Cooper’s parents were kind and they encouraged him to be a reporter. „
(D)Cooper’s family had a lot of money but he went through some tough times.
47.【題組】Why was Cooper given a job as a correspondent for Channel One? 
(A)They were impressed by his prior experience as a journalist. ‚
(B)They really liked the footage he shot in Somalia. ƒ
(C)They thought his work at CNN was fantastic. „
(D)They believed that he had sufficient formal training in journalism.
48.【題組】The word “adversity” in the fourth line of the second paragraph is closest in meaning to “_________.” 
(A)calamity ‚
(B)interception ƒ
(C)universality „
(D)misguidance
49.【題組】Which of the following would Cooper be least likely to do on assignment? 
(A)Give an impassioned speech about how bad a situation is. ‚
(B)Try to assist a child who is injured while he is reporting. ƒ
(C)Start a fight with thugs because he didn’t agree with their opinions. „
(D)Share his emotions about an issue that really upsets him.
50.【題組】Who would enjoy a report by Anderson Cooper most? 
(A)Someone who wants to get the news from somebody they know and trust. ‚
(B)Someone who is only interested in getting the facts of a serious situation. ƒ
(C)A person who enjoys entertaining reports filled with lots of humor. „
(D)A person who enjoys professional newscasts that are filmed only in studios.