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1.1. It is important to show our _______ to those who offer us their assistance.
(A) multitude
(B) solitude
(C) gratitude
(D) latitude
2.2. In every country, it is the responsibility of armed forces to _______ security from outside threats.
(A) dismiss
(B) retort
(C) reform
(D) assure
3.3. Tim _______ payment of his college loan because he hasn’t found a job.
(A) deferred
(B) prevailed
(C) composed
(D) dedicated
4.4. The computer network wasn’t working properly because it was _______ by a virus.
(A) infected
(B) reflected
(C) intimated
(D) contracted
5.5. The votes to adopt the proposal were _______ affirmative, with 250 for adoption and only 50 against.
(A) approximately
(B) predominantly
(C) hardly
(D) slightly
6.6. For me, 10 real friends are more valuable than 100 _______.
(A) acquaintances
(B) populations
(C) frequencies
(D) decorations
7.7. Frank’s paper is so _______ that I can’t even figure out his main idea.
(A) unauthorized
(B) unorganized
(C) undisguised
(D) unlicensed
8.8. Patients are _______ from the hospital after they recover.
(A) admitted
(B) isolated
(C) treated
(D) discharged
9.9. In the celebration, he told the guests that traveling around the island by foot in 30 days had been his greatest _______.
(A) accomplishment
(B) correspondence
(C) resistance
(D) deficiency
10.10. In battle, soldiers must _______ quickly to changing conditions.
(A) apprise
(B) abandon
(C) adapt
(D) acclaim
11.11. Water will not _______ that paint; you have to use a special chemical to clean up after you finish painting.
(A) discard
(B) dissolve
(C) diverge
(D) distil
12.12. I can’t see the pictures clearly because they are too _______.
(A) pliable
(B) blurry
(C) diverse
(D) visual
13.13. Harry doesn’t have any savings because the total amount of his monthly bills always _______ the amount of money he earns.
(A) condenses
(B) exceeds
(C) affords
(D) supports
14.14. Helicopter is used a great deal in rescue operations. In other words, it is used _______in rescue missions.
(A) extensively
(B) normally
(C) casually
(D) scarcely
15.15. When skiing, you need to wear _______ to protect your eyes.
(A) telescopes
(B) binoculars
(C) contact lens
(D) goggles
16.16. A _______is used for driving nails into the wall.
(A) cord
(B) hammer
(C) wrench
(D) plug  
17.17. The doctor ordered Mr. Wang to rest; _______ he took up playing baseball.
(A) as a result
(B) moreover
(C) otherwise
(D) however
18.18. If the gadget were user-friendly enough, I _______ one.
(A) have ordered
(B) had ordered
(C) am ordering
(D) would order
19.19. There are too many assignments due tomorrow. I don’t think I can _______ my assignments before midnight.
(A) get up
(B) get by
(C) get through
(D) get off
20.20. By this same time next week he _______ Jane already.
(A) will marry
(B) marries
(C) will have married
(D) is marrying
21.21. My friends would like to have a party for my birthday, but I _______.
(A) prefer to not
(B) not prefer
(C) not prefer to
(D) prefer not to
22.22. Grace _______ lunch. She is trying out a new recipe.
(A) cooks
(B) is cooking
(C) cooked
(D) was cooking
23.23. Do you know _______?
(A) how important is the test
(B) the test how important is
(C) how important the test is
(D) the test is how important
24.24. She won’t attend the conference tomorrow, and _______.
(A) nor do I
(B) nor I will
(C) neither will I
(D) I won’t, neither
25.25. We chose to rent _______ buy a house because we were only going to live there for a year.
(A) as well as
(B) contrary to
(C) instead of
(D) rather than
26.26. Dr. Lin, _______ the president of the university, will give a speech at the commencement ceremony.
(A) which is
(B) who is
(C) that is
(D) he is
27.27. Which of the following sentences is CORRECT?
(A) Not knowing where the station was, I asked a woman for the direction.
(B) We enjoyed to watch the game together last night.
(C) Being a fine day, I had a walk in the park.
(D) This is a very touched story.
28.28. Which of the following sentences is INCORRECT?
(A) Do you know the name of the song we learned today?
(B) The students had been notified before they left the classroom.
(C)He gave several reasons, only a few of which were valid.
(D) Despite of the bad weather, he went to school.
29.
III. Reading Comprehension: Questions 29-40. Read the following passage/report and choose the BEST ANSWER to each question. 
Questions 29-34 
         A  fingerprint is an impression of the ridges, or raised portions, of our fingers. When we touch certain surfaces, material from our fingers is left 
behind and fingerprints remain. The police can use such fingerprints to identify the people who left them. This is because no two people—not even 
identical twins—have the same fingerprints. 
         Scientists who analyze fingerprints have classified them into three types: latent, patent, and plastic. Latent prints may show only  a  small portion of 
the finger and may be smudged or distorted, depending on how they were made. This kind of print is not reliable for the police to establish a person’s 
identity. Patent prints are ridge impressions which are easily seen by human eyes. Since these prints are already visible, they are generally 
photographed. A plastic print is  a ridge impression that has been pressed into a  material that retains the shape of the ridges. Examples of these prints are commonly found in melted candle wax and grease on car parts. These prints are also easy to see, but they may be accompanied by latent prints of other people, so investigators have to examine them carefully. 
        Although there are hundreds of reported techniques for fingerprint detection, only about twenty are really effective and currently being used. 
Some involve using a  chemical that reacts with the amino acids in the print; other methods depend on a  powder sticking to oily or watery print deposits. 
As technology improves, so does fingerprint detection. This is bad news for criminals who think they can simply wipe away their fingerprints and not 
be identified by the police. 


【題組】29. Why are fingerprints important for the police?
(A) The photographed fingerprints can be profitable.
(B) The fingerprints can be photographed.
(C) The fingerprints can be used to find out people’s identity.
(D) The fingerprints can easily be found.
30.【題組】30. How many kinds of fingerprints are mentioned in this passage?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 20
31.【題組】31. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?
(A) The police should depend on latent prints to establish one’s identity.
(B) The identical twins don’t have the identical fingerprints.
(C) Some fingerprints can be seen without special instruments.
(D) Using a powder sticking to oily or watery print deposits is an effective method for fingerprint detection.
32.【題組】32. How are patent prints examined?
(A) By melting them
(B) By smudging them
(C) By pasting them
(D) By photographing them
33.【題組】33. What is a fingerprint?
(A) An impression of ridges of our fingers
(B) A classification of ridges of our fingers
(C) A rising of ridges of our fingers
(D) A development of ridges of our fingers
34.【題組】34. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
(A) Currently over one hundred techniques for fingerprint detection are used by the police.
(B) Only a small portion of the reported techniques for fingerprint detection works successfully.
(C) The improvement of fingerprint detection technology does not affect criminals.
(D) A fingerprint can be left on any surface.
35.Questions 35-40

【題組】35. How many main sections are there in this report?
(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 10
(D) 12
36.【題組】36. Which part of the report can be left blank?
(A) Report No.
(B) DESCRIPTION OF HAZARD
(C) RECOMMENDATIONS
(D) SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION
37.【題組】37. What safety hazard is described in the report?
(A) A traffic light that isn’t working
(B) An unmarked jogging path
(C) A broken stop sign
(D) A bent post
38.【題組】38. What is recommended to be done by the person who reported the hazard?
(A) Call Civil Engineering.
(B) Forbid people to jog on Winslow Street.
(C) Close the intersection.
(D) Set up a temporary sign post until repairs can be made.
39.【題組】39. According to the safety technician, what is the cause of the hazard?
(A) The metal sign was bent.
(B) The wood post was rotten.
(C) A driver hit the sign.
(D) The grass covered the sign.
40.【題組】40. What did the safety technician do to fix the problem?
(A) He called Civil Engineering to repair the sign.
(B) He put a barrier to stop joggers on Winslow Road.
(C) He replaced the rotten wood with new wood.
(D) He attached a metal sign to the post.