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103 年 - 103年台灣銀行新進人員甄試試題 英文#17412 

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1.26. It’s dangerous to talk or text on cell phone while walking. You get easily____and may be hit by a car.
(A) disapproved
(B) discriminated
(C) distracted
(D) distributed
2.27. Today, health-conscious_____are willing to pay more for organic food products.
(A) barriers
(B) consumers
(C) founders
(D) removers
3.28. When you see smoke coming out of the engine, don’t______. Keep calm and press the emergency button.
(A) panic
(B) upset
(C) weave
(D) zipper
4.29. In order to save money for the trip, Emily_____one-third of her monthly salary in the bank.
(A) balances
(B) deposits
(C) figures
(D) harvests
5.30. Compared to the situation two decades ago, there are more_____-based than permanent job opportunities today.
(A) contract
(B) global
(C) journey
(D) minority
6.31. With the protection of user ID and password, the document is not easily_____by others from the computer.
(A) preceded
(B) prescribed
(C) rehearsed
(D) retrieved
7.32. Everyone believes that the new business will survive and______under the leadership of its visionary CEO.
(A) guarantee
(B) monitor
(C) prosper
(D) sacrifice
8.33. Results of recent surveys_____that support for the party has dwindled from 40% to 25%.
(A) answer
(B) expect
(C) indicate
(D) operate
9.34. Thanks______the hard work from everyone, the project was indeed a great success.
(A)all
(B) by
(C) to
(D) via
10.35. Many people buy puppies without______their long-term responsibilities.
(A) consider
(B) considering
(C) to consider
(D) being considered
11.36. Mr. Wang______to school until the age of sixteen. But he worked extremely hard since then and became a renowned scholar.
(A) did not go
(B) would go
(C) was going
(D) was not going
12.37. Corporate culture is transmitted to employees in a number of ways, the most common______stories, rituals, and language.
(A) is
(B) are
(C) been
(D) being
13.38. Please refrain______while onboard this aircraft. It is now prohibited.
(A) from smoking
(B) to smoke
(C) smoking
(D) smoked
14.39.______it is for manufacturing or household use, most power comes from burning fossil fuels.
(A) Whether
(B) Wherever
(C) Which
(D) While
15.40. They raised a million dollars, most______was later donated to charity.
(A) wherein
(B) of what
(C) in that
(D) of which
16.
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        Postpartum depression isn’t always postpartum. A fast-growing body of research is changing the very definition of maternal mental illness. Scientists say new findings 41 the longstanding view that symptoms begin only after childbirth. 42 , depression often begins during pregnancy. Recent studies also show that the range of disorder women face is wider. In the year after giving birth at least one in eight and as 43 as one in five women develop symptoms of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder or a combination. In addition, predicting who might develop these illnesses is difficult. While studies are revealing clues as to who is most vulnerable, there are often cases that appear to come out of 44 . Sometimes cases are mild, resolving 45 without treatment. But a large analysis of 30 studies estimated that about a fifth of women had an episode of depression in the year after giving birth, about half of them with serious symptoms.


【題組】41.
(A) contradict
(B) predict
(C) reconcile
(D) uncover
17.【題組】42.
(A) As a result
(B) From now on
(C) In fact
(D) Therefore
18.【題組】43.
(A) far
(B) many
(C) soon
(D) well
19.【題組】44.
(A) where
(B) nowhere
(C) somewhere
(D) wherever
20.【題組】45.
(A) that
(B) them
(C) those
(D) themselves
21.
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        If you see a tiny helicopter hovering over a home for sale, don’t be alarmed. It may be the latest example of drones being used for local businesses. Real estate companies are beginning to use Unmanned Aircraft Systems, better known as drones, to give potential home buyers bird’s-eye views of properties with a quick fly-by.

        Coconut Creek-based Above It All Video is using drones, or “aerial photography platforms” to shoot video and still photos for real estate marketing. Local realtors have already used the drones for selling luxury properties, and the feedback is good from most of them. “It’s an incredible way to showcase larger properties with nice views - like waterfront and golf course homes,” said a licensed real estate agent. “At this point, it’s unique and it makes people pause and say, 'Wow, I need to check this out.'”

        Bret Brown, a realtor in Virginia, recently used a drone to capture the aerial view of a property for sale. Flying over the lot, the drone’s camera shows the large driveway, three-car garage, extensive back yard, and outdoor pool that come with the $3.5 million price tag. “It just shows the landscaping and how the house is situated on the lot. It gives a totally different perspective,” Brown says.

        Right now, drones are being used primarily for high-end properties, where acres of land and outdoor amenities such as tennis and basketball courts or a pool can be accentuated to a potential buyer. “You really have to have a spectacular property,” says Marc Infeld of Coldwell Banker. Infeld says he expects the use of drones in the real estate industry to increase as the technology improves and more agents are trained to use it. “It will definitely become more integrated into real estate as drone technology continues to evolve,” Infeld says.

        Still, there could be potential legal issues. “I think there are some gray areas as far as copyright laws are concerned,” says Infeld, explaining that people own the rights to all images of their private property. Also, the use of unmanned aerial systems for commercial purposes is banned by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration — although rarely enforced.


【題組】46. What is this passage mainly about?
(A) Recent development of drones.
(B) Safety and legal issues of drones.
(C) Use of drones in the real estate industry.
(D) The various commercial applications of drones.
22.【題組】47. According to the passage, which of the following is true about drones?
(A) Drones are mostly small in size.
(B) Pilots need special training to fly drones.
(C) Realtors feel a growing sense of alarm for the prevalence of drones.
(D) U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is the copyright owner of most drones.
23.【題組】48. Which of the following scenes is likely to be shown in a drone-made video?
(A) A government-funded retirement home for senior citizens.
(B) A grand 10-bedroom villa with a private beach.
(C) A small apartment in a downtown area.
(D) A landscape of 3D-printed skyscrapers.
24.【題組】49. Why do drone videos attract attention from real estate companies?
(A) They are much safer to shoot.
(B) They are less costly nowadays.
(C) They could only be used before copyright laws are enforced.
(D) They allow home buyers to see the property from a different angle.
25.【題組】50. What could be inferred from this passage?
(A) The ban on unmanned aircrafts will soon be lifted.
(B) Traffic accidents could be avoided with the use of drones.
(C) Potential home buyers are interested to view aerial videos shot by drones.
(D) Real estate companies will soon be merged or acquired by the aviation industry.