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1.31 When young people travel, many of them would choose to stay at a youth hostel, a cheap ________ where ten or more people sleep in one room.
(A) accommodation
(B) compliance
(C) furnishing
(D) installation
2.32 If you must ride your bicycle at night, you need to wear light or bright-colored clothing to increase your ________ to oncoming traffic.
(A) perception
(B) visibility
(C) recognition
(D) sensitivity
3.33 Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) is a British television series about two private detectives, one alive, one dead, played ________ by comedians Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer.
(A) rightfully
(B) privately
(C) personally
(D) respectively
4.34 It has become a tradition for this company to ________ ten percent of its annual profits to charities or organizations that help people in need.
(A) allocate
(B) constitute
(C) dispatch
(D) establish
5.35 Flaubert was extremely ________: by the age of sixteen he was writing stories in the romantic taste, which were published only after his death.
(A) critical
(B) immature
(C) precocious
(D) theoretical
6.36 Being entirely ________ by land and with no access to the ocean, the country cannot easily transport its products to other countries.
(A) enclosed
(B) manipulated
(C) polarized
(D) refilled
7.37 Most people living in the suburbs take the ________ train to their offices in the city every day.
(A) commuter
(B) freight
(C) stationary
(D) voyage
8.
At the start of the Dark Ages, there were no galaxies, no stars, and no planets. Even if there had been, we 
would not be able to spot them. That is because hydrogen-gas clouds are nearly opaque to   38   light. No 
ordinary   39   will ever be able to see what happened afterward.   40   somehow the matter that started as a 
sea of individual atoms managed to transform itself into something more. So back in the early 1990s, Avi Loeb 
at Harvard University began lobbying theorists to make a major push to   41   through computer simulations 
how the first stars formed. The plan was to   42   the young universe digitally, plug in equations for the 
relevant physics, and see what must have happened. 

【題組】38
(A) visible
(B) visionary
(C) visionless
(D) visual
9.【題組】39
(A) microscope
(B) stethoscope
(C) stereoscope
(D) telescope
10.【題組】40
(A) Yet
(B) Likely
(C) Again
(D) Perhaps
11.【題組】41
(A) induce
(B) deduce
(C) reduce
(D) seduce
12.【題組】42
(A) re-design
(B) re-deliver
(C) re-cover
(D) re-create
13.43 Fashion has always been demonized by moralists, and often represented as a threat to pre-existing models of decorum, gender definitions, and the boundaries between them.
(A) Fashion, viewed by moralists as a social evil, is believed to represent pre-existing behavior models and gender roles in the society.
(B) Fashion is a threat to established models of good manners and gender roles which have long been criticized by moralists.
(C) Moralists have always criticized fashion for its potential to destroy new decorum models and gender roles.
(D) Moralists have long viewed fashion as an evil that threatens good behavior and clearly-defined gender roles in the society.
14.44 Making a good first impression begins with a conscious decision to put your best foot forward. And then, whenever possible, you must make the effort to live up to that impression.
(A) Living up to the first impression is easier once the best foot is put forward.
(B) It is possible to put your best foot forward every time by remaining conscious.
(C) It is just as important to make a good first impression as to maintain it at all times.
(D) The first impression of someone cannot be changed unless it is done with a conscious effort.
15.45 Officials across the country have been busying themselves with what until three or four years ago would have been an unthinkable task: persuading migrants to stay.
(A) All officials of the country have been busy with a vital task they should have done three years ago: persuading migrants to stay.
(B) Officials of the country have been busy persuading migrants to stay, which would have been unthinkable three or four years ago.
(C) Not until three or four years ago did the officials across the country think of the remarkable task: persuading migrants to stay.
(D) Officials of the country have been trying hard to ask migrants to stay, which won’t be done until three or four years from now.
16.46 The only way to prevent e-waste from flooding our cities is to carve a new and more responsible direction for it to flow in.
(A) To design a more reliable new way to store e-waste is the only solution to prevent our cities from being sabotaged by it.
(B) A more reliable new method to solve the problem of e-waste is the only way for our cities to avoid being flooded.
(C) In order to stop the circulation of e-waste, innovated and clear instructions are needed in our cities.
(D) Prevention of e-waste in our flooded cities is the only way to a new and more reliable instruction.
17.
    Conditions in which people live vary from place to place. That is, we all live and grow up in different environments.   47   These kinds of differences—and of course, similarities—are studied by cross-cultural psychology.   48   It also explores the ways in which particular human activities are influenced by different, sometimes dissimilar, social and cultural forces. 
     49   It also establishes psychological universals, that is, phenomena  common for people in several, many, or perhaps all cultures. In general, human personality traits are relatively enduring patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting.   50   For example, it was found that the same composition of personality is common in 
people in various countries such as Germany, Portugal, Israel, China, Korea, and Japan. These universal traits include neuroticism, extroversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, and conscientiousness. 

【題組】47
(A) Cross-cultural psychology cares not only about differences between cultural groups.
(B) Cross-cultural psychology researchers draw their conclusions from at least two samples representing two cultural groups.
(C) Human actions and mental sets may also fluctuate from group to group.
(D) In particular, cross-cultural psychology examines the linkages between cultural norms and behavior.
18.【題組】48
(A) Cross-cultural psychology involves more than a single observation made by a psychotherapist.
(B) Human actions and mental sets may also fluctuate from group to group.
(C) Cross-cultural psychology researchers draw their conclusions from at least two samples representing two cultural groups.
(D) In particular, cross-cultural psychology examines the linkages between cultural norms and behavior.
19.【題組】49
(A) Perhaps the structure of human personality is one of such universals.
(B) Cross-cultural psychology cares not only about differences between cultural groups.
(C) Cross-cultural psychology involves more than a single observation made by a psychotherapist.
(D) Human actions and mental sets may also fluctuate from group to group.
20.【題組】50
(A) Perhaps the structure of human personality is one of such universals.
(B) Cross-cultural psychology cares not only about differences between cultural groups.
(C) Cross-cultural psychology researchers draw their conclusions from at least two samples representing two cultural groups.
(D) In particular, cross-cultural psychology examines the linkages between cultural norms and behavior.