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1.A doctor of Chinese medicine says that different pressure points on the body can be pressed to ________ long-term back pain. 

2.Our company has always been a famous trendsetter in Taiwan because our window displays are always so creative and ________. 

3.Taiwan singer Jay Chou is the latest ________ for many of the young generation. 
(B)heart beat
(C)heart murmur
(D)heart attack

4.My friend was two hours late for our ________ and I was afraid she had stood me up. 

5.We extend our sincere ________ to the family and friends of Steven Jobs, who has suddenly left us at the age of 56. 

6.Recurrence rate of the disease is high in the athlete ________ has experienced transient quadriplegia or any neck injury. 

7.Teaching stroke patients to sing "rewires" their brains, helping them ________ their speech, say scientists. 

8.His team enjoyed a 10-game winning streak at the start of this season, ________ its position as the top team in baseball. 

9.________ how difficult the situation may seem, it is very essential to remember that there are others who are worse off. 
(A)Even when
(B)As if
(C)But for
(D)No matter

10.Hardly ________ when it started raining. 
(A)the outdoor reception had begun
(B)had the outdoor reception begun 
(C)the outdoor reception began
(D)began the outdoor reception

11.Imagine this situation: An American businessman is giving a speech in Germany. He doesn’t speak German, so he is using an interpreter to help him. In the introduction to his speech, he tells a little joke. Everyone laughs. So we would guess that his joke worked. Not really. In fact, the joke was not _11_ because the interpreter knew it was offensive in German culture. So why did everyone laugh? The interpreter told them to. He said, “The speaker has just told a joke. Please laugh.” As a matter of fact, most interpreters _12_ the same thing. That’s because different cultures find different things _13_ . For example, Americans often make fun of themselves or others in their jokes. But people from China, Japan and other cultures in the Far East do not _14_ jokes that are too personal. Laughing at their own or other people’s mistakes is not considered funny. _15_ , they might feel offended by such a joke. That’s why we should be careful in cross-cultural situations.

(A)won’t do
(B)shouldn’t have done
(C)were doing
(D)would have done



(A)Still better
(B)Even worse
(C)Rather good
(D)Ever possible

16.The brain that revolutionized physics now can be downloaded as an app for US$9.99 (NT$290). While Albert Einstein’s genius isn’t included, an exclusive iPad application launched Tuesday promises to make detailed images of his brain more _16_ to scientists than ever before. Teachers, students and anyone who’s curious also can get a look. A medical museum under development in Chicago obtained funding to scan and digitize nearly 350 fragile and priceless slides made from slices of Einstein’s brain after his death in 1955. The application will _17_ researchers and novices to peer the eccentric Nobel winner’s brain as if they were looking through a microscope. After Einstein died, a pathologist named Thomas Harvey performed an autopsy, removing the great man’s brain _18_ future researchers could discover the secrets behind his genius. Harvey gave samples to researchers and collaborated on a 1999 study _19_ in the Lancet. That study showed that a region of Einstein’s brain — the parietal lobe — was 15 percent wider than normal. The parietal lobe is important to the _20_ of math, language and spatial relationships. The new iPad app may allow researchers to dig even deeper by looking for brain regions where the neurons are more densely connected than normal.


(A)in hopes that
(B)in case that
(C)despite that
(D)reflect that