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102 年 - 102年 板信商銀 新進行員甄試試題#10460 

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1.I have to cancel my ________ with the dentist because I need to take a business trip. 
(A)trend
(B)invention
(C)appointment
(D)improvement
2.The local company is growing fast and now preparing to ________ their business overseas. 
(A)sacrifice
(B)memorize
(C)expand
(D)consume
3.Students should make the best use of the library ________ to study and to do research. 
(A)electricity
(B)resources
(C)population
(D)designs
4.News reports now are so ________ that readers’ attention is mainly directed to violence and scandals. 
(A)objective
(B)sensitive
(C)original
(D)sensational
5.Although the terms seem harsh to us, we have no choice but to ________. 
(A)celebrate
(B)compromise
(C)calculate
(D)communicate
6.After years of hard work, Andy finally ________ his goal of becoming the top salesman in the company. 
(A)blamed
(B)transported
(C)deposited
(D)fulfilled
7.The sales team will be ________ into three groups, responsible for different areas. 
(A)scolded
(B)collapsed
(C)divided
(D)soothed
8.When you ________ for the workshop, you need to first pay half of program fees. 
(A)register
(B)bankrupt
(C)downgrade
(D)influence
9.________ in 2001, the company is now becoming one of the market leaders. 
(A)To establish
(B)Established
(C)Establishing
(D)For establishing
10.Since he started working in this company, he ________ late for work. 
(A)is never
(B)was never
(C)will never be
(D)has never been
11.Many companies in Taiwan would make their employees ________ overtime with or without pay. 
(A)to work
(B)working
(C)work
(D)worked
12.We could have completed the project if you ________ your part of work. 
(A)do
(B)will do
(C)had done
(D)have done
13.One technique, ________ “brainstorming”, helps people think and find more creative ideas and solutions. 
(A)to know as
(B)known as
(C)knowing of
(D)known of
14.________ of the twin brothers would agree to sell the farm to the big food corporation. To them, money is not as important as keeping the family business. 
(A)Both
(B)Noneƒ
(C)All
(D)Neither
15.Among all the committee members, Mr. Smith is ________ one for employees’ rights and benefits. 
(A)more support
(B)the best support
(C)the most supportive
(D)more supportive
16.
Many people in the workplace find speaking English to _16_ is a big challenge. Their lack
of confidence in English is not only a personal loss _17_ costs their companies a lot of money. This is why most big companies now _18_ their employees by their English ability. If your English is better than others, this means that you have better opportunities to be _19_ and promoted. Because of the increasing importance of English, there are many English language schools offering all kinds and levels of English courses. _20_ regular English courses, people go to English-speaking countries, like the U.S., Canada, Australia and the U.K., to study English. The need for English creates a big market for business in Taiwan and in many other countries, too.

【題組】16
(A)family
(B)relatives
(C)professors
(D)foreigners
17.【題組】17
(A)more than
(B)but also
(C)otherwise
(D)and also
18.【題組】18
(A)select
(B)prove
(C)produce
(D)separate
19.【題組】19
(A)fired
(B)split
(C)hired
(D)applied
20.【題組】20
(A)As long as
(B)In addition to
(C)In order to
(D)As soon as
21.
The enthusiasm around the world for social media such as Facebook and Twitter has gotten some people into trouble. To avoid such troubles, all social media users must have some common sense to make the right judgment.
For starters, you have to remember that the postings are public, and they may be seen by people they are not meant for. As a result, you could accidentally offend someone, violate others’ rights, or even hurt your career. It is no news that many employers check social media sites to learn about their job applicants and even about their employees. Next, avoid discussing about work on social media. There are quite a few cases of people getting themselves into trouble. Some of them were fired by posting their criticism and complaints about customers or company policies. One vice president at Apple Inc. was asked to leave because he posted confidential information on the LinkedIn professional network. In other cases, there were also law suits.
These social networking sites do bring people together, and indeed facilitate communication. However, on the other hand, people often overlook the potential pitfalls. When messages can be sent so instantly and widely, whatever you post on these sites is practically open secrets.


【題組】Which of the following is the best title for the passage? 
(A)New Social Communication Tools ‚
(B)Secret Postings on Facebook ƒ
(C)Twitter vs. Facebook „
(D)Pitfalls of Social Media
22.【題組】Which of the following is likely to happen when one posts inappropriate information? 
(A)He could get himself fired and sued by the company. ‚
(B)He could be allowed to post confidential information. ƒ
(C)He could communicate effectively between all parties. „
(D)He could be promoted for such postings.
23.【題組】According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? 
(A)Some companies watch their employees on the social media sites. ‚
(B)The social media sites allow some employers to know more about their applicants. ƒ
(C)Even if some postings are offensive, they can hardly do any damage. „
(D)Talking about work on the social media site is not a very smart move.
24.【題組】Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “facilitate”? 
(A)to help and make easy ‚
(B)to prevent it from happening ƒ
(C)to purchase new facilities „
(D)to take effect
25.【題組】According to the passage, why was the vice president at Apple asked to leave? 
(A)He bought the competitor’s products. ‚
(B)He leaked company secrets. ƒ
(C)He sold confidential information to the competitor. „
(D)He posted his resume on the LinkedIn site.