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1.I believe he will enter a good college because he studies very ________. 
(A)lazily
(B)basically
(C)slowly
(D)diligently
2.You should go to your ________ for a tooth check-up twice a year. 
(A)patient
(B)dentist
(C)scientist
(D)musician
3.She is very ________ with her students. Those who don’t obey her rules are sure to be punished. 
(A)strict
(B)polite
(C)friendly
(D)generous
4.His health has ________ greatly since he stopped eating unhealthy food. He is much stronger now. 
(A)failed
(B)harmed
(C)improved
(D)disappeared
5.Linda fell down the stairs and ________ her ankle. Fortunately it wasn’t broken. 
(A)grasped
(B)polluted
(C)sprained
(D)exploded
6.My brother can play any sport. He is very ________. 
(A)jealous
(B)drowsy
(C)furious
(D)athletic
7.I cannot ________ my parents to let me move out. They think I am too young to take care of myself. 
(A)persuade
(B)mention
(C)hesitate
(D)represent
8.As a ________ against computer viruses, I delete any e-mail whose sender is unknown. 
(A)distribution
(B)precaution
(C)reservation
(D)decoration
9.Kevin has the ________ to become an excellent professional tennis player. He is sure to make it. 
(A)reservation
(B)potential
(C)excuse
(D)fault
10.Our company is looking for a person ________ for the job. In other words, he or she should be equal to the task. 
(A)identified
(B)satisfied
(C)equipped
(D)qualified
11.The problem with you is that you tend to take ________ too personally and get angry easily. 
(A)criticism
(B)possession
(C)variety
(D)arrogance
12.When you apply for a job, a well-written ________ can create a strong impression on the interviewer. 
(A)request
(B)command
(C)resume
(D)prescription
13.These days, the ________ rate in our country has been rising and people have had more and more difficulty earning a living. 
(A)finance
(B)unemployment
(C)exchange
(D)economical
14.The organization holds a(n) ________ meeting to discuss important issues about global warming. 
(A)annual
(B)moral
(C)luxurious
(D)anxious
15.The more ________ you have, the more you have to decide what’s important. 
(A)options
(B)lucky
(C)major
(D)mayor
16.My wife seldom ________ a taxi to the supermarket. 
(A)take
(B)takes
(C)taken
(D)taking
17.Your coat is ________ than mine. 
(A)heavy
(B)as long
(C)more larger
(D)more expensive
18.You have finished your homework, ________? 
(A)did you
(B)have you
(C)didn’t you
(D)haven’t you
19.It is kind ________ you to help me with my homework. 
(A)in
(B)to
(C)of
(D)for
20.Why are the colors printed different from ________ on the monitor? 
(A)that
(B)what
(C)those
(D)which
21.I won’t buy him a cake. I will give him a ________ cake. 
(A)making-home
(B)home-makingƒ
(C)made-home
(D)home-made
22.It was ________ quiet. 
(A)until the teacher came in did students become ‚
(B)until the teacher came in that students became ƒ
(C)not until the teacher came in that students became „
(D)not until the teacher came in did students become
23.Many people find ________ difficult to walk away from the computers once they enter the virtual world. 
(A)that
(B)this
(C)it
(D)them
24.When I first came to the United States, I had a hard time ________ used to the new environment. 
(A)to get
(B)getting
(C)to getting
(D)got
25.Why do people invent things? Some say, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” ________, if something is needed, then it will be invented. 
(A)In other words
(B)Likewise
(C)Besides
(D)However
26.The doctor suggested that he ________ exercise every day to stay healthy. 
(A)take
(B)takes
(C)took
(D)will take
27.________ his English, Richard makes it a habit to listen to English radio programs and read English newspapers every day. 
(A)Improve
(B)Improving
(C)Improved
(D)To improve
28.Participants in the program “30-Hour Famine” skip meals for 30 hours so that they can get a real understanding of ________ hunger is like. 
(A)how
(B)why
(C)what
(D)where
29.There was once a man who was traveling between cities when he was attacked by robbers. They robbed and beat him, ________ him dying by the roadside. 
(A)and leaving
(B)and leave
(C)which leaves
(D)leaving
30.People may like different kinds of music. Some like classical music, others like jazz, and still ________ like country music. 
(A)another
(B)other
(C)others
(D)the others
31.A: Hello, may I speak to Barbara, please? B: __________________________ I’ll get her. 
(A)Hold on.
(B)Speaking.
(C)She is out.
(D)This is she.
32.A: How often do you go shopping? B: __________________________ 
(A)By car.
(B)Last Sunday.
(C)Once a week.
(D)For three hours.
33.A: Can I see your passport, please. B: Sure. __________________________ 
(A)Here and there.
(B)Here you are.
(C)I can see it.
(D)I lost it.
34.A: Does your sister help your parents do daily chores? B: __________________________ 
(A)Yes. She does all her homework. ‚
(B)No. She is too lazy to do anything. ƒ
(C)Certainly. She is studying very hard. „
(D)Of course not. She sweeps the floor every day.
35.A: I have no idea how to write this composition. B: Maybe you should write down outlines first. A: That’s a good idea. __________________________ 
(A)You’re pulling my leg. ‚
(B)You’re putting on airs. ƒ
(C)I’ll give it a shot. „
(D)I’ll put it aside.
36.A: Why don’t we go to Spain for our Christmas vacation? We haven’t been there before. B: __________________________ For one thing, we don’t even know how to speak Spanish. 
(A)It couldn’t be better. ‚
(B)Maybe we can invite Peter and Jane to go with us. ƒ
(C)I don’t know if that’s a good idea. „
(D)I heard that people there are very friendly.
37.A: Here’s your check. The total is NT$1980. B: __________________________ A: I am sorry. We only accept cash. 
(A)Do you take credit cards? ‚
(B)Should I leave a tip? ƒ
(C)Are you sure about this? „
(D)Can we split the check?
38.A: Are you going to the art show? B: Possibly. __________________________ A: It’s a series of portraits. B: OK. I would like to go then. 
(A)I’m quite interested in modern art. ‚
(B)It depends on what kind of art it is. ƒ
(C)I’ll check my time. „
(D)Let’s meet at the entrance to the art gallery.
39.A: You look so excited. Did you win the lottery? B: No. Better than that. A: Come on! __________________________ Tell me what makes you so excited. B: Well, Helen accepted my proposal on Valentine’s Day and we are getting married! I think I’m the luckiest man in the world! 
(A)Don’t keep me in suspense. ‚
(B)Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. ƒ
(C)Don’t always fool around. „
(D)Don’t take good luck for granted.
40.A: I heard that you are going to retire this summer. Do you have any plan for your life after retirement? B: Not really. But I am going to travel around the world first until I get tired of it. A: __________________________ I wish I were you. 
(A)What a miserable life you lead! ‚
(B)Don’t worry. Be happy! ƒ
(C)How I envy you! „
(D)I’d rather be a volunteer worker in a hospital.
41.Winning 11 nominations for Oscar Award, Ang Lee’s Life of Pi is the pride of Taiwan. The movie is based on a popular novel of the same name. Written by Yann Martel, the novel was _41_ by several publishers at first. When it was finally published in 2001, it was a huge success. Not only _42_ a best seller, but it also won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction and the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature. Martel has said that he wrote Life of Pi because he was lonely and searching for direction in his life. He traveled to India and spent more than thirteen months visiting different places, _43_ ended up appearing in the novel. Martel also explores many different complex themes in this novel, _44_ the importance of faith and the powerful instinct to survive. Perhaps Ang Lee sums up Life of Pi best when he says that it is “an adventure of hope, wonder, survival, spirituality, and faith.” By bringing this moving story to the screen in 3-D, Lee has created a film that is a(n) _45_ for the eyes and an adventure for the soul.
【題組】41
(A)turned into
(B)turned out
(C)turned up
(D)turned down
42.【題組】42
(A)it became
(B)did it become
(C)it will become
(D)will it become
43.【題組】43
(A)many of which‚
(B)many of them
(C)that
(D)with many
44.【題組】44
(A)included
(B)including
(C)to include
(D)inclusive in
45.【題組】45
(A)treat
(B)advice
(C)remedy
(D)burden
46.
    Brushing your teeth at least once a day is a good idea for many reasons, but you may be surprised to know that brushing your teeth may even prevent mental illness. A U.S. study indicates that people who keep their teeth and gums healthy with regular brushing may have a lower risk of developing dementia later in life. Researchers at the University of California who followed nearly 5,500 elderly people from 1992 to 2010 found that those who reported brushing their teeth less than once a day were up to 65 percent more likely to develop dementia than those who brushed daily.
    According to Annlia Paganini-Hill, who led the study, people’s oral health habits influence whether or not they get dementia. It is found that people with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, have more gum disease-related bacteria in their brains than a person without Alzheimer’s. And it’s thought that gum disease bacteria might get into the brain, causing swelling and brain damage.
    However, the study wasn’t perfect— the researchers didn’t do any actual dental exams, and other factors like poor nutrition could have led to both tooth loss and an increased risk of dementia. Amber Watts, a dementia expert says, “I would be reluctant to draw the conclusion that brushing your teeth would definitely prevent you from getting Alzheimer’s disease.”

【題組】What is the best title for this passage? 
(A)Dementia: Treatments and Drugs ‚
(B)From a Sweet Tooth to a Loose Tooth ƒ
(C)Brush Your Teeth— Save Your Brain? „
(D)Alzheimer’s Disease: What If There Was a Cure?
47.【題組】For about how long did Annlia Paganini-Hill’s study last? 
(A)5 years.
(B)10 years.
(C)18 years.
(D)65 years.
48.【題組】What is one of the findings of Annlia Paganini-Hill’s study? 
(A)More dental exams should be done. ‚
(B)Dental health is linked to dementia risk. ƒ
(C)65 percent of the elderly people have tooth problems. „
(D)Elderly people have a lower risk of developing dementia.
49.【題組】Which of the following is a mental illness? 
(A)Gum disease.
(B)Oral disorder.
(C)Poor nutrition.
(D)Alzheimer’s disease.
50.【題組】According to the passage, which of the following is true? 
(A)Amber Watts believes that tooth brushing can cure Alzheimer’s disease. ‚
(B)Both Amber Watts and Annlia Paganini-Hill report the same findings. ƒ
(C)Amber Watts thinks Annlia Paganini-Hill’s study wasn’t perfect. „
(D)Amber Watts was on Annlia Paganini-Hill’s research team.