7.7 An airline____ travelling in secret should act normally first and then test the flight attendant with
abnormal behaviors such as being drunk, noisy, or difficult to please.
(A)individual (B)inspector (C)intern (D)inventor
17.17 Located in one of the city’s poorer neighborhoods, many old houses in this area have been torn down to
_____ for new and better public housing.
(A)date back (B) fall short (C)get around (D)make way
18.18 To order room service, you call the reception and ask for food items listed on the hotel’s menu. The food
_____ your room for you to enjoy.
(A)is then brought to (B)may then bring in (C)to bring is then at (D)has then brought to
19.19 In the United States, about 1.8 million people in the____ industry work in establishments such as hotels,
restaurants, casinos, and amusement parks.
(A)hospitality (B) missionary (C) renaissance (D)sanctuary
22.22 Once we were seated at the restaurant, it took almost no time before big bamboo steamers full of dumplings
arrived, along with____ on how to eat those xiao long bao.
(A)brunches (B) chopsticks (C) directions (D)functions
23.23 Youbike is a bicycle rental service that ____with the MRT Easycard, and is widely thought of as the
“last mile” in public transportation after you have ridden the bus, train, or MRT.
(A)books (B) calls (C) uses (D)works
24.24 Taipei Zoo will accept reservations for up to 300 visitors per day to meet the panda family. Visitors without
reservation can ____up for the ticket, though numbers will be limited.
(A)catch (B) follow (C) keep (D) queue
26.26 When the 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan, the railway administration immediately suspended train
service____ it checked for any possible damage to tracks.
(A)where (B) that (C)whethe r (D) while
28.28 When arriving in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, some visitors find it difficult to adjust to the city’s high
_____ and need to seek medical help.
(A)altitude (B)superstition (C) significance (D)economy
31.31 There are many baggage claim ____at most international airports. Once you have collected your baggage
there, move toward the customs clearance area.
(A)escalators (B)cylinders (C) tunnels (D)carousels
39.39 Most countries have passed laws to protect their national ____such as valuable historical buildings or
things that are important to cultural preservation.
(A)habitat (B)continent (C)anthem (D)heritage
43.43 A____ park is a large area of land reserved for wild animals, in which they can move freely and be seen
by the public who usually drive through the park in cars.
(A)shrine (B)botanical (C)descendent (D)safari
44.44 Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Kumpur are the world’s tallest twin towers. Visitors can see the views of
the city from the Skybridge as well as from the____ at Level 86.
(A)environment (B)observatory (C) glacier (D)latitude
45.45 It is said that even today men and women still struggle to achieve a balance in their co-existence. In many
parts of the world, women are stil____l to occupy positions previously closed to them.
(A)striving (B)abolishing (C) discerning (D)inspecting
59.59 More and more public____ stations can be found in places like restaurants, department stores, and
airports. Smartphone owners can make use of them when the battery is low.
(A)charging (B) hacking (C) fueling (D)boosting
61.61 A U.S. flight bound for New York last month experienced ____shortly after take-off from Houston,
causing minor injuries to five crew and passengers.
(A)jet lag (B) boundaries (C) turbulence (D)atmosphere
69.69 Every year the school prepares a celebratory dinner ____for the graduating class. The event will be held
at San Francisco's Ritz-Carlton Hotel this year.
(A)engagement (B) complex (C) disposal (D)banquet
71.Culinary tourism is when people travel to a different country to enjoy local cuisine. Travelers often look
specifically for places with a rich cuisine, food and drink festivals, and cooking classes. Many different
destinations are popular for culinary tourism, such as France, Thailand, India, and Japan.
The most basic form of culinary tourism is when travelers go to a country with the aim of trying local dishes.
Culinary tourists are interested in dishes that cannot be found in other places. Food and drink festivals increase
culinary tourism because they give travelers a chance to sample many different dishes. Cooking classes also give
tourists the chance to learn how to cook local dishes and teach them new techniques in the process. A culinary tour
may include a mixture of these activities.
Particularly in Thailand, there are cooking schools with a huge range of prices, locations, and cuisines to
choose from. A typical half-day course includes an introduction to fundamental ingredients, cooking techniques,
and a hands-on chance to prepare and cook at least four dishes. Most schools offer a revolving cast of dishes,
making it possible to study for a week without repeating a lesson. Courses often start with a visit to a market and
end with a communal lunch where you get to taste your hard work.
The courses at smaller Thai cooking schools in Bangkok offer an ideal home-style learning environment that
is different from most of the hotels and restaurants in Thailand. You can experience Thai culture through the arts
and secrets of fragrant and delicious Thai cooking with the local people. Experienced chefs will show you the
secret recipe of authentic Thai cuisine step-by-step. But keep in mind that Thai cooking is extremely flexible.
Although you will be given recipes, the emphasis is on understanding the ingredients and flavors and using your
senses to make adjustments when you cook. Classes are intended to be relaxed and fun, reflecting the Thai
approach to life. There is no need to have any previous cooking experience, just a love of food and a willingness
to experiment. 【題組】71 What does the passage suggest about culinary tourism?
(A)Thailand is by far the best destination for culinary tourists.
(B)Most culinary tourists do not express concern about weight watching.
(C)International fast food chain stores are usually not on the itinerary of culinary tourists.
(D)To boost culinary tourism, free samples are provided to tourists in food and drink festivals.
72.【題組】72 Which of the following is true about cooking courses in Thailand?
(A)Most cooking classes do not start until the afternoon.
(B)Ingredients are usually purchased by the chef for tourists.
(C)There is a wide selection of cooking courses in Thailand for tourists.
(D)Smaller cooking schools are preferred over famous hotels and restaurants.
74.【題組】74 According to the passage, which of the following statement could be inferred?
(A)Thai people are generally very laid-back.
(B)A culinary tour is not complete without food festivals.
(C)Destinations for culinary tourism are limited to four specific countries.
(D)There is a lot of confidential information involved in cooking Thai food.
76.The use of emoticons, punctuation to depict a facial expression, is an essential part of the lexicon of the
Internet. Even if you don’t use emoticons, you probably know what they are-little strings of characters, when
looked at sideways, are like faces showing some emotion. For example, :-D means laughing, with eyes, a nose,
and a capital D for a wide, happy mouth.
All this is the result of a half-joking computer post put up by a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon
University on September 19, 1982. Scott Fahlman noticed that some of the jokes being sent around Carnegie
Mellon’s computer network were being taken seriously by a few people on campus. Someone who didn’t get the
joke might be upset by an all-in-fun comment and send out an angry response. This wasted a lot of people’s time.
Fahlman suggested the smiley as a solution. If you write something not to be taken seriously, he suggested, type :-)
after it. Some people took up his suggestion and it became part of the Internet shorthand at Carnegie
Mellon. The popularity of smiley turned out to be much more than Fahlman expected. Within a few months, it
soon spread via messages to other universities and companies.
No one really knows how many emoticons there are, but lists of 100 or so are common. The most popular
ones are actually turned into little pictures by word-processing or instant-messaging software. For
instance, :-( meaning sadness or disappointment becomes / on your computer screen. 【題組】76 What is the main purpose of the passage?
(A)To convince the reader to use emoticons in electronic communication.
(B)To introduce the reader to the origin of the smiley.
(C)To provide a historical overview of the Internet development.
(D)To explain the various meanings of the smiley.
78.【題組】78 Which of the following best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in the second
(A)Many people at his university liked his suggestion.
(B)He was promoted to a better job because of his suggestion.
(C)His suggestion helped create the Internet at the university.
(D)His suggestion was shortened by the university faculty.
79.【題組】79 Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about Fahlman’s colleagues at Carnegie Mellon?
(A)They often posted jokes.
(B)They tried to offend each other.
(C)They didn’t know how to write good messages.
(D)They didn’t like jokes at all.
80.【題組】80 According to the passage, which of the following is true about emoticons?
(A)They can all be turned into little pictures by common word-processing software.
(B)Nobody actually noticed the use of emoticons in text messages.
(C)They are symbols used on a network to indicate emotion.
(D)No more than 100 emoticons are found nowadays.