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1.1..The supervisor showed his ______ with the team’s poor sales performance during the meeting. 
(A)confirmation
(B)gratitude
(C)displeasure
(D)rejection
2.2.For people in business, it is obvious that the cost of a product is an ______ of its quality. In fact, many buyers believe the more something costs, the better it is. 
(A)instructor
(B)advice
(C)impact
(D)indicator
3.3.There were some ______ questions on the test last week, and it took me a while to figure out the answers. 
(A)stubborn
(B)contemporary
(C)prosperous
(D)tricky
4.4.In the face of great competition, Air Asia lowered its fares so that it could compete with its ______. 
(A)rival
(B)consumer
(C)colleague
(D)contractor
5.5.It’s impossible to ______ whether this project will run successfully or not. 
(A)preview
(B)prohibit
(C)forecast
(D)prevent
6.6.Director Ang Lee continually challenged himself and once again ______ his talent through the award-winning movie Life of Pi . 
(A)declined
(B)proved
(C)emerged
(D)recalled
7.7.Maximum and minimum are ______. The former means the largest in number while the latter refers to the smallest. 
(A)options
(B)operations
(C)opposites
(D)opinions
8.8.The teacher ______ when the student muttered some curses. The teacher thought that was rude. 
(A)frowned
(B)controlled
(C)measured
(D)suspected
9.9.You are the one who asks for a pet, so the puppy is your ______ and you need to feed it. 
(A)consequence
(B)foundation
(C)amazement
(D)responsibility
10.10.I ______ a violent car crash while I was waiting for my friends at the theater. That was horrible. 
(A)contained
(B)impressed
(C)exhibited
(D)witnessed
11.11.The explosion of the nuclear power plant in Japan has caused global ______ about the safety of the nuclear energy. 
(A)concerns
(B)damages
(C)offenses
(D)rescues
12.12.Maria’s bossy husband asked her to quit her job and stay at home so that she could more fully and ______ take care of the family. 
(A)fortunately
(B)relatively
(C)completely
(D)accidentally
13.13.Tears welled up in my eyes when I watched the ______ news about a 1-year-old baby being abused to death by his cruel stepfather. 
(A)tragic
(B)logical
(C)careful
(D)painless
14.14.Whenever I have time to break away from my work, I would play the guitar. This ______ always lifts my mood. 
(A)tradition
(B)relaxation
(C)addition
(D)profession
15.15.This national park is famous for its ______ mountain tracks. No wonder it ranks as one of the best retreats to many hikers. 
(A)curious
(B)cautious
(C)charming
(D)confusing
16.16.The patient’s condition had been ______ since the operation, which worried her family. 
(A)approving
(B)deteriorating
(C)convincing
(D)disgusting
17.17.Alice grew up in a poor neighborhood in the city, but now she lives in a(n) ______ suburb. 
(A)affluent
(B)entertaining
(C)gloomy
(D)accurate
18.18.Many local companies are considering to ______ their businesses in South-eastern Asian countries. 
(A)expand
(B)accuse
(C)disappoint
(D)terrify
19.19.All ______ in the company enjoy working here, and see the company as their second home. 
(A)securities
(B)handbooks
(C)programs
(D)employees
20.20.Building roads, bridges and houses is no easy job, and that’s why it is harder to find good ______ workers nowadays. 
(A)airline
(B)construction
(C)automobile
(D)celebrity
21.21.While preparing for the test, ______. 
(A)the book was read by him
(B)the book made him happy to read ƒ
(C)he wanted to read the book
(D)reading the book gave him some pleasure
22.22.______ for survival but they also fought for freedom. 
(A)They not only fought
(B)Not only did they fight ƒ
(C)They fought not only
(D)Not only they fought
23.23.The phone constantly ______ since the president officially announced his resignation at the press conference last week. 
(A)has been ringing
(B)rang
(C)had rung
(D)had been ringing
24.24.One of the biggest problems in the world is global warming. ______ problem is AIDS. 
(A)Another
(B)The another
(C)Other
(D)The other
25.25.All the applicants for the interview ______ next week. 
(A)will notify
(B)will be notified
(C)will have notified
(D)will have been notified
26.26.Henry seldom came to see his parents, ______? 
(A)does he
(B)did he
(C)doesn’t he
(D)didn’t he
27.27.We are looking for a volunteer ______ specialty can help run the project in Thailand. 
(A)who
(B)whom
(C)that
(D)whose
28.28.Generally speaking, those ______ look on the bright side of life are healthier and live longer. 
(A)who
(B)what
(C)whoever
(D)which
29.29.You had better have some extra cash ______ you want to buy something at the convenience store. 
(A)if only
(B)in case
(C)in spite of
(D)even though
30.30.To get our work ______ on time, we need to know what is the most important and needs attention first. 
(A)do
(B)done
(C)doing
(D)to do
31.31.There are two men walking quickly but quietly, and it looks like they don’t want ______. 
(A)to see
(B)seeing
(C)to be seen
(D)to be seeing
32.32.I don’t know if he’s very keen on the idea ______ I think I can talk him into it. 
(A)for
(B)so
(C)nor
(D)but
33.33.The Lees have two boys. ______ of them feels interested in taking over their father’s business. They prefer to start their own. 
(A)All
(B)Both
(C)Neither
(D)None
34.34.More and more parents find ______ a headache to regulate the time their children spend on the Internet. 
(A)it
(B)that
(C)them
(D)there
35.35.I know I have been given so much care and love by my parents, but sometimes I wish they ______ just give me a chance to have a break. 
(A)had
(B)would
(C)may
(D)must
36.36.I think I am in love. Since the day I met Sabrina, her lovely image ______ in my mind. 
(A)stays
(B)stayed
(C)is to stay
(D)has stayed
37.37.______ his success in research, he is recruited by a multinational company. 
(A)As far as
(B)In spite of
(C)Because of
(D)In addition
38.38.His supervisor made him ______ overtime every day without extra pay. 
(A)working
(B)to work
(C)worked
(D)work
39.39.One of his coworker accidentally unplugged the computer while he ______ important files to the server. 
(A)uploaded
(B)could upload
(C)did upload
(D)was uploading
40.40.______ the bad weather, they went mountain-climbing. 
(A)Though
(B)Despite
(C)Since
(D)Instead of
41.41.A: I’m sorry, Ms. We ran out of coffee. Can I get you something else instead? B: ________________ I’ll take tea. 
(A)That sounds fabulous.
(B)What do you have?
(C)In that case,
(D)Take it easy!
42.42.A: Excuse me, Sir. ________________ B: Yes, I am afraid so. My wife is sitting here. She is in the ladies’ room now. 
(A)Can I sit here?
(B)Is this chair for me? ƒ
(C)I wonder if you mind keeping the seat for me.
(D)Is this seat taken?
43.43.A: I will be out of town next week, so I was wondering if you’d substitute me. B: ________________. A: Thank you. You are my savior. 
(A)Let me check my schedule.
(B)I’d be happy to. ƒ
(C)I am not sure.
(D)I should have been able to help you.
44.44.A: Are you ready to leave for the movie yet? B: ________________. Let’s go. 
(A)There’s no way we’ll arrive on time.
(B)Sure, the movie has just finished. ƒ
(C)Oh, I didn’t realize it was time to leave already.
(D)We’d better get things down and go home.
45.45.A: You seem worried. ________________ B: Well, a lot of things have been going on lately, and I am not sure if I can overcome all of them. A: Please let me know if you need company. 
(A)Is there anything new?
(B)Tell me more about it. ƒ
(C)What’s bugging you?
(D)„You should know it is piece of cake.
46.46.A: Did you enjoy the dinner party last night? B: I sure did. By the way, do you know the girl who sang Adele’s Rolling In The Deep last night? A: ________________ We’re working in the same department. Why? B: She’s beautiful and sings well. I’d like to know her. 
(A)You mean Lacy.
(B)No, I don’t know her. ƒ
(C)You know the song too?
(D)I know she’s really good.
47.47.A: Hey, Sophie! Over here! B: ________________ Sophie has long hair. That girl’s hair is short. A: You don’t know that she had her hair cut yesterday, do you? B: Really!? 
(A)That can’t be her.
(B)You need to be louder. ƒ
(C)She’s walking far away.
(D)She looks different today.
48.48.A: I can’t stand Kevin at all. B: ________________ I thought you were buddies. A: He always takes joy in pointing out my mistakes. B: That is not nice. 
(A)Why not sit down?
(B)I can understand that. ƒ
(C)It cannot be your fault.
(D)What’s the problem?
49.49.A: Have you seen the movie Les Misérables? B: Yeah, my sister and I went to see it last Saturday. A: What did you think? Was it better than you had expected? B: Well, ________________ 
(A)I cannot agree with you more.
(B)my sister likes the story a lot. ƒ
(C)I think I like the novel better.
(D)maybe we can watch it together.
50.50.A: Kathy, what do you do to stay in shape? B: I exercise a lot. Instead of getting around by bus or MRT, I walk to get around. A: ________________ If I do this, I can not only exercise but also save some money. 
(A)I think you’re crazy.
(B)But it may take a lot of time. ƒ
(C)That sounds like a good idea.
(D)Staying in shape is impossible.
51.This report mainly examines education in North America and Asia. In a Western society, __51__the United States or Canada, with many national, religious, and cultural differences, people highly value individualism — the differences __52__ people –and independent thinking. Students do not often memorize information. __53__, they find answers themselves, and they express their ideas in class discussion. At an early age, students learn to form their own ideas and opinions. In most Asian societies, __54__, the people have the same language, history, and culture. Perhaps for this reason, the educational system in much of Asia reflects society’s belief in group goals and traditions __55__individualism. Children in China and Japan often work together and help one another on assignments. In the classroom, the teaching methods are often very formal. There is not much discussion. Instead, the students recite rules or information that they have memorized.
【題組】51.51
(A)for instance
(B)such as
(C)seemingly
(D)in
52.【題組】52.52
(A)among
(B)between
(C)under
(D)beyond
53.【題組】53.53
(A)Meanwhile
(B)Instead
(C)Like
(D)However
54.【題組】54.54
(A)while
(B)for example
(C)furthermore
(D)by contrast
55.【題組】55.55
(A)including
(B)in addition to
(C)due to
(D)rather than
56.
The year was 1949, and the place was New York City. Frank McNamara, an executive at the Hamilton Credit Corporation, was dining with two associates at a restaurant called Major’s Cabin Grill. When the bill came at the end of the meal, McNamara reached into his pocket for his wallet. To his embarrassment, he realized he’d left it at home! He had to call his
wife, who rushed over to the restaurant to deliver him some cash.
This experience gave McNamara an idea. Local merchants in New York City, such as department stores and gas stations, issued credit cards that could be used only in their stores. But what if there was a credit card that could be used at all sorts of different locations? McNamara persuaded his two associates of the idea, and thus, the Diners Club card— the first real credit card— was born. In February 1950, McNamara became the first to use it, at a dinner at Major’s Cabin Grill that became known as “the first supper.”
McNamara started small by distributing the card to 200 people, most of whom were friends. They were made of cardboard and had the names of 14 restaurants— the only places that had agreed to accept his card— printed on the back. By the end of 1950, the card was a runaway success, with 20,000 people signing up for one. By 1952, thousands of merchants were accepting it. The credit card industry as we know it was born!

【題組】56.What is the best title for the passage? 
(A)A Free Lunch
(B)Birth of Credit Cards ƒ
(C)Dining in New York City
(D)McNamara: A Man of Ideas
57.【題組】57.What does “it” in the first paragraph refer to? 
(A)A Diners Club card.
(B)McNamara’s pocket. ƒ
(C)McNamara’s wallet.
(D)The bill for the meal.
58.【題組】58.Which of the following statements is true about Frank McNamara? 
(A)He owned a restaurant in New York. ‚
(B)He found it an inconvenience to carry cash. ƒ
(C)The first credit card was his and his friends’ idea. „
(D)He used the first credit card to pay for “the first supper.”
59.【題組】59.Which of the following statements is true about the first Diners Club card? 
(A)It had names of restaurants printed on the back. ‚
(B)It was also accepted at some department stores. ƒ
(C)It was issued by Major’s Cabin Grill in New York. „
(D)It was a plastic card used by McNamara and his friends.
60.【題組】60.What is implied about credit cards in the passage? 
(A)Credit cards used to be popular in the 1950s but not now. ‚
(B)It took a long time for people to accept this way of payment. ƒ
(C)They have been used for about 60 years since their appearance. „
(D)By the end of 1950, they had been widely used all over America.