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102年 警察鐵路三等 法學知識與英文#10461 

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1.To             foreign cultures into language curriculum, teachers would introduce particular activities of festivals or celebrations to their students.
(A)concede
(B)devote
(C)infuse
(D)transplant
2.The authorities concerned investigate banks and brokers          of discriminating against minority applicants who need loans to buy houses.
(A)comprised
(B)deprived
(C)reminded
(D)suspected
3.Starting January 1, 2012, one of the          Taipei City Government uses to encourage childbirth is to offer families a one-time payment of NT$20,000 per child.
(A)formulas
(B)guidelines
(C)measures
(D)provisions
4.Screening does not reduce cancer-related mortality. In fact, it may increase mortality by increasing the number of           medical procedures carried out.
 
(A)interventional
(B)invasive
(C)panicked
(D)panoramic
5.The ambassador’s offensive remarks have          widespread criticism and storms of protests in the country.
(A)corrupted
(B)deflated
(C)languished
(D)provoked
6.The presidential candidate avoided talking much about          issues related to national health insurance and tax increase.
(A)concomitant
(B)hedonistic
(C)provocative
(D)subliminal
7.Tourism is a dynamic and competitive industry that requires the ability to constantly           to customers’ changing needs and desires.
(A)adapt
(B)addict
(C)apply
(D)attach
8.Melissa is very into politics. In fact, she has had            to become the first female prime minister of the country since she was a little girl.
(A)alienation
(B)annihilation
(C)aspirations
(D)assumptions
9. Evaluating job applicants on the basis of embedded life interests is a useful macro approach to matching job candidates with jobs they excel at. People with a life interest in the application of technology    39      how things work and are curious about finding better ways to use technology to solve business problems. People with     40     analysis background excel at running the numbers and see it as the best way to figure out business solutions. Theory and concept people enjoy thinking and talking about abstract ideas. People with a life interest in creative production are imaginative thinkers, comfortable and engaged during brainstorming sessions. Many of them have an interest in the arts and       41       creative industries such as entertainment. Individuals with a life interest in coaching and mentoring like to teach. Many like feeling useful to others; some genuinely take satisfaction from the success of those they counsel. Individuals with a life interest in enterprise control like to be in charge. They are happiest when they have authority over their little piece of universe in decision-making. They ask for as much responsibility as possible in any work situation. Because many people have more than one interest, these classifications of life interests may     42       in an individual. So do not try to pigeonhole individuals too narrowly.


【題組】39
(A)are afflicted with
(B)are intrigued by
(C)are fed up with
(D)are ignorant of
10.【題組】40
(A)subjective
(B)superlative
(C)qualitative
(D)quantitative
11.【題組】41
(A)gravitate toward
(B)refrain from
(C)discriminate against
(D)conflict with
12.【題組】42
(A)disintegrate
(B)overlap
(C)submerge
(D)vanish
13.43 The US is not a homogeneous country, and each state has a different appetite for different things, which poses a challenge for other countries that wish to target the US market.

(A)The US is particularly challenging for foreign businesses that are unaware of the homogeneous taste of the US market.

(B)Countries that prefer regional differences will have greater success in the US market because it is not a homogeneous country.
 
(C)The US market shows that foreign businesses that are not familiar with regional preferences can be successful in a homogeneous counrty.

(D)Other countries that are not familiar with US regional preferences find it challenging to target the US market due to its non-homogeneous nature.
14.Jonny is          for being lazy and late to work. He always postpones his work, slowing down the team’s work.
(A)formidable
(B)notorious
(C)remarkable
(D)ambitious
15.45 The paper presents the hypothesis that human emotion originates biochemically without scanting the likelihood that cultural influences are almost equally important.

(A)In the paper, it is contended that human emotion is created by biochemical processes of the human body rather than by cultural factors.

(B)The paper asserts that human emotion is the result of biochemical processes which are in turn shaped by cultural influences.

(C)The paper hypothesizes that there is a biochemical foundation for human emotion, while admitting that cultural influences cannot be neglected.

(D)It is hypothesized in the paper that human emotion has a biochemical origin and is exempted from cultural influences.
16.The Saisiyat people—one of Taiwan’s officially recognized aboriginal groups—have a unique ritual ceremony called Pas-ta’al. That ceremony is said to have been carried out for as many as 400 years. Today, it takes place every two years. And every ten years, it is larger and takes on added significance. The most recent ten-year ceremony was held in 2006 at two complementary and overlapping sites in northern Taiwan during the full moon of the 10th lunar month. <br>     Thousands gathered for the first day of the ceremony in Wufeng, Hsinchu County. Tourists from all over the island joined the local villagers in the elaborate ceremony in an open field. Men and women were dancing and singing, arms crossed, hand-in-hand, and moving in and out of a huge circle. Native Saisiyat people all wore bright red and white traditional costumes with intricate weaving and beading. Some had ornate decorations at the back, from which hung mirrors, beads, and bells that rang and clanged as the dancers moved. Tourists were welcome but were asked to stay away from particular areas where secret rituals were performed by village elders. They were also advised to tie Japanese silver grass around their arms, cameras, and recorders.
【題組】What is Pas-ta’al?

(A)It is an annual ritual ceremony of the Saisiyat people.

(B)It is a Saisiyat wedding ceremony in which people sing and dance.

(C)It is a Saisiyat ceremony in which Japanese silver grass is used as sacrifice.

(D)It is a Saisiyat ceremony that has a history as long as four hundred years.
17.【題組】When or where is Pas-ta’al normally held?

(A)It is held in October every two years.

(B)It takes place in two major sites in northern Taiwan.

(C)It is held only when the Japanese silver grass is fully grown.

(D)It takes place only at Wufeng, Hsinchu County.
18.【題組】Which of the following statements is NOT true about the ceremony? 

(A)Tourists are welcome, and they can join the elders in secret rituals. 

(B)Local villagers wear traditional red and white costumes. 

(C)Tourists and villagers dance in a big circle in an open field. 

(D)Tourists are advised to tie Japanese silver grass around their arms and cameras.
19.【題組】According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? 

(A)Pas-ta’al is a common ceremony among the officially-recognized aboringinal peoples in Taiwan. 

(B)Pas-ta’al is a ceremony unique to the Saisiyat people. 

(C)Japanese tourists are invited to the big ceremony every ten years. 

(D)Pas-ta’al takes place in mid-October every year.
20.【題組】Which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage? 

(A)Each of the officially-recognized aboriginal peoples has its own unique tribal ceremony. 

(B)Japanese silver grass is worn by tourists to indicate their non-native identity. 

(C)The Saisiyat people use beads, bells, and mirrors as decorations in their daily clothing. 

(D)Pas-ta’al is only partially open to the public.