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1.Many people          their true feelings in order to keep peace with others. As a result, they settled for a mediocre existence. 

(A) announced
(B) enunciated
(C) perpetuated
(D) suppressed
2.Though Hong Kong reverted to Chinese         in 1997, a border still runs between the territory and mainland China. 

(A) autonomy
(B) bureaucracy
(C) plutocracy
(D) sovereignty
3.Heavy rain persisted and further _______ the road conditions of the disaster areas hard hit by the devastating typhoon. 

(A) aggravated
(B) extinguished
(C) fusilladed
(D) pasteurized
4.Carbon dioxide from the human burning of fossil fuel is building up in the atmosphere at a _____  pace, enough to double the present concentration in a century.

(A) shuffling
(B) chasing
(C) dragging
(D) frightening
5.Jack started a _______ body building program, which involved four hours of weight training, jogging, and swimming every other day. 

(A) brittle
(B) fluvial
(C) jocular
(D) rigorous
6.I was granted two days’ sick-leave because I had         headache, running nose, and fever. 

(A) digressive
(B) exotic
(C) excruciating
(D) defective
7.Everest has its immense psychic gravity that pulls people into its orbit. 

(A) Being immense, Everest has enough power to stabilize people’s life. 

(B) People need to know the psychic power to find the orbit to reach Everest. 

(C) Only people who are in the orbit are aware of Everest’s psychic gravity. 

(D) Everest possesses an enormous charm that invites people to visit it.
8.Just as technology helped create the attention deficit generation, technology is also providing ways of coping with fragmented lives. 

(A) Interrupting people too frequently, technology also allows people to regain their attention to find back their lives.

(B) Damaging people’s attention capacity, technology also enables people to pay better attention to pieces of their lives.

(C) Shortening people’s attention span, technology also provides people with means to tear apart their lives.

(D) Causing people to become less focused, technology also empowers people to attend to their frequently interrupted lives.
9.A decade after its first film debut, the final chapter of the Harry Potter saga has broken box-office records. 

(A) The first film in the series is the best all-time performer at the box office. 

(B) The last Harry Potter movie continued to surpass its own previous records. 

(C) It took a decade for the final chapter of the saga to turn into a franchise success. 

(D) By breaking box-office records with the first film debut, the movie Harry Potter was overrated.
10.In order to keep ourselves composed, we should let go of the belief that people are entitled to let out their emotions in all circumstances.

(A) We’ve been taught to believe that it’s inappropriate to let out our emotions. 

(B) Letting go of the uncontrollable things in our life helps us to keep our composure.

(C) The right time to let out our emotions is when we know we have the right to do so. 

(D) To remain composed, we need to know the right time and place to let out our emotions.
11.The description of these events in the article corresponds closely to other accounts reported on the news. 

(A) What is written about the events in the article is highly related to what is written on the news. 

(B) The description of the incidents in the article is in contrast to something that’s reported on the news.
(C) The paper carefully describes the events that happened before and were reported on the news. 

(D) People who describe those events write a letter directly to those who report the news.
12.The crowd gathering in the square gave a _______ cheer when the news was announced that an agreement had been reached.
(A) prospective
(B) controversial
(C) spontaneous
(D) transparent
13.【題組】 The drug Ecstasy or “E” is an amphetamine, which comes in a pill or tablet form. If you take an E, you might experience a general state of euphoria,      43       increased sensitivity to touch, taste, and color and raised confidence. At higher doses, a user can also experience sudden feelings of panic, depression, confusion, and anxiety. Ecstasy is often termed the “love drug” or “hug drug” because it    44    feelings of heightened sensuality. Translation: you will be loving everyone you meet. This is dangerous     45     it may lead you to trust people you have only just met. Ecstasy users can suffer severe dehydration from dancing for hours and not noticing their fatigue. Other physical    46        of a pill include: sweating, teeth grinding, blurred vision, nausea and cramping. The street quality of Ecstasy can never be    47   . The reality is that you could have a deadly reaction. If you or one of your friends starts vomiting or loses consciousness after taking a pill, stay calm and call an ambulance or go to the hospital straight away.



【題組】43
(A) included
(B) including
(C) inclusive
(D) to include
14.【題組】44
(A) trifles
(B) tricks
(C) trickles
(D) triggers
15.【題組】45
(A) as  
(B) but  
(C) yet  
(D) or
16.【題組】46
(A) attractions
(B) defects
(C) effects
(D) affections
17.【題組】47
(A) qualified
(B) gratified
(C) guaranteed
(D) quarantined
18.【題組】 Georgia O’Keeffe’s belief that she could become a famous artist was rare among women of her time. She was born in 1887 and at that time it was accepted that woman art students would become teachers. Actually, O’Keeffe did take a job as an art instructor after her studies in New York. In 1918 she moved to New York, where her work was already starting to be noticed. In just a few years she was praised as the greatest woman artist of her time, the first woman artist to excel in America at a time when most artists were men. She painted in bright colors and a modern style and became more famous every day. But she was still different. She wore men’s clothes and long black dresses. She did not talk much. When she did, she was often angry. It was the only way she knew how to express herself, other than through the art. In 1946, O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico. She lived in an adobe house in a tiny village called Abiquiu, at the end of 20 miles of dirt road. It had spectacular views of the New Mexico landscape, of the mountains and valleys, of sunrises and sunsets. It was here that Georgia O’Keeffe lived an isolated life for the next 30 years and produced her greatest works of art. She became the best-known American woman artist of the 20th century, more famous than even she had ever imagined.


【題組】 According to the passage, how was O’Keeffe very different from ordinary women?
(A) She wore men’s clothes and long black dresses.
(B) She loved teaching.
(C) She liked to talk.
(D) She lived in New York.
19.【題組】How old was O’Keeffe when she died? 

(A) 78 years old
(B) 80 years old
(C) 89 years old
(D) 64 years old
20.【題組】Which of the following statements is NOT true? 

(A) O’Keeffe moved to New York in 1918. 

(B) O’Keeffe was not famous when she was alive. 

(C) O’Keeffe painted in bright colors and a modern style.

(D) O’Keeffe lived in New Mexico for 30 years.