1.36.Under the threat of Ebola virus, people who have not been inoculated are ________to the disease.
(A)numerable (B)anonymous (C)insensitive (D)vulnerable
2.37.Hurricanes are not________ ; therefore, they always cause severe casualties.
(A)portable (B)persistent (C)predictable (D)premature
3.38.M. Rodriguez said clearly, “I like Pilar. She always________ with her jokes.”
(A)freaked me out (B)cheered me up (C)chilled me out (D)ended me up
4.39.The Internet is rapidly ________the TV as the most popular form of home entertainment.
(A)taking place of (B)in use of (C)replacing (D)displacing
5.40.The most convenient way to get________ this small town is to ride a scooter.
(A)on (B)above (C)at (D)around
6.第 41 題至第 45 題，請依文意，從四個選項中選出最合適者
Pushing a wheelchair is not really as easy as it looks. Before 41 out, you have to make sure that the rider is
situated well in the seat of the wheelchair, so that the balance is kept steady during the ride. Also, her legs have to be
firmly placed on the footrests so that her feet will not 42 on the ground. Then, before going forward, the brakes
on the wheels have to be released. While en route, there are also many things to watch out for. You should never go
too fast 43 bumps appear in your path. Maybe a teenager will suddenly stop in front of you to tie his tennis 44
laces or a young toddler will wander into your pathway, and you will have to come to a 45 stop. If you are careful
enough, you and the rider will arrive at your destination without any mishaps.
41 【題組】41. (A)reaching (B)setting (C)stretching (D)pointing
7.【題組】42 (A)drag (B)pull (C)walk (D)trip
8.【題組】43 (A)if so (B)and then (C)in case (D)although
9.【題組】44 (A)ball (B)racket (C)shoe (D)game
10.【題組】45 (A)later (B)sudden (C)false (D)heavy
11.Tourism today has become rather specialized. In addition to the general tours, which only allow the traveler to
quickly visit one or two heritage sites and do a little shopping on the side, innovative travel agencies offer a number of
itineraries for people with special interests. For modern-day religious pilgrims, trips are arranged to Jerusalem and
Mecca. For people who are interested in nature, ocean liners retrace the voyages taken by the naturalist Charles Darwin.
Nature lovers can also take ecological tours that teach how to distinguish the plant and insect life in preserved wetlands.
One of the newer types of tourism is called dark tourism, which includes tours to cemeteries and prisons. The traveler can
visit the tombs of famous people at a cemetery in Paris or visit prisons where well-known political prisoners or hardened
criminals were imprisoned. For people who take such specialized tours, learning something is more important than just
being able to say, “I’ve been there.” 【題組】46 The journey taken together by the faithful followers of a particular religion is called a .
(A)pilgrimage (B)pleasure trip (C)performance (D)general tour
12.【題組】47. An ocean tour that follows Darwin’s journeys would take you to see the unusual_______ on remote islands in the
(A)history museums (B)natural species (C)sea coast resorts (D)high-tech harbors
13.【題組】48. According to the paragraph, on an ecological tour you would most likely be given instruction in ______various
species of plant life.
(A)cultivating (B)planting (C)identifying (D)hybridizing
14.【題組】49. The type of tourism called dark tourism could take you to visit a ________ .
(A)medieval castle (B)burial site (C)political convention (D)battleground
15.【題組】50. From the paragraph we may assume that the writer most likely prefers________ tours.
(A)expensive (B)specialized (C)ordinary (D)business