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104 年 - 104年三等警察人員_水上警察人員 水上警察專業英文#22621 

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1.41 The difference between a technologist and an intelligent criminal _____ how he or she defines the purpose for performing the action.
(A) turns into
(B)lies in
(C)keeps up with
(D)does away with
2.42 The surviving logs sometimes can provide the most accurate known positions of a loss, but many ships were _____ precisely because their officers did not know where they were.
(A)found
(B)wrecked
(C)forwarded
(D)traced
3.43 The fees charged to smuggle migrants differ considerably based on the point of origin, with figures _____ $2,000 to $10,000.
(A)further up
(B)taking up
(C)distant from
(D)ranging from
4.44 To combat piracy, some ship owners have signed up for kidnap and ransom insurance policies to help _____ the damage if their boats are attacked.
(A)abolish
(B)deprive
(C)reduce
(D)stabilize
5.45 The Norwegian Cruise Line canceled three more sailings after one of its liners _____ with a cargo ship in the English Channel affecting more than 2,000 passengers.
(A)tangled
(B)stumbled
(C)collided
(D)affiliated
6.46 Since its _____ in February 1, 2000, the Coast Guard Administration has been responsible for the safety and security of Taiwan’s coastline and waters.
(A)establishment
(B)precedence
(C)derivation
(D)countdown
7.47 Drug abuse and trafficking of drugs continue to spread worldwide and almost every country in the world suffers a broad range of drug-related crime and violence. What does trafficking of mean in this sentence?
(A) damage from
(B)transforming of
(C)illicit trade in
(D)manufacturing of
8.48 The captain cautioned all mariners that accidents could occur quickly and without warning to even the most experienced boaters, _____ little or no time for anyone to put on a life jacket.
(A)leaves
(B)leaving
(C)be left
(D)to have left
9.49 At approximately 8:50 a.m. Badu Coast Guard received a call reporting that a vessel had _____ due to a rogue wave and that people on board were in need of immediate assistance.
(A)decomposed
(B)capsized
(C)expelled
(D)terminated
10.50 The system _____ 17 radar installations deployed along the nation’s shore and is set to obtain more information on surface currents, such as the Kuroshio current, as well as the tidal movement of the ocean.
(A) undermines
(B)estimates
(C)comprises
(D)releases
11.請依下文回答第 51 題至第 52 題: 
After five decades of Coast Guard Auxiliary service, friends and family honored a Palm Beach Gardens man Tuesday before burying him at sea. People who knew William P. Kaufmann said he 51 grateful for the memorial service at Station Lake Worth Inlet, a place he thought of as home. Two servicemen presented Kaufmann’s son with a flag before scattering his ashes three miles off shore. Kaufmann, 96, was often spotted wearing his Auxiliary uniform, and he seldom left the house 52 his Coast Guard hat. He was proud to answer anyone who asked about it that he was still an active member, said Pearl Ginsburg, 85, his companion of seven years.

【題組】51
(A)was to be
(B)had been
(C)has been
(D)would have been
12.【題組】52
(A)without
(B)with
(C)on
(D)over
13.請依下文回答第 53 題至第 56 題:
 In the past few years, Taiwan has seen a sharp spike in the number of animals smuggled to China. Most of them are 53 Chinese box turtles and yellow pond turtles. From 2006 to 2013, more than 11,000 turtles were confiscated from smugglers. In Taiwan, each turtle sells for $30 but in China, they can fetch up to $200. Last year saw an especially large number of confiscations: 7,010 turtles were confiscated by Taiwan’s coast guard -- more than any other year.54 in China, they would be worth $1.4m. 55 is Chinese people’s increasing wealth and appetite for exotic cuisine, unusual pets and traditional Chinese medicine. Turtles are the easiest target because they stand a better chance of surviving the smuggling process -- they can go without food and water for longer periods of time 56 other animals. The turtles are also considered by Chinese as good luck charms that can bring fortune to their owners.

【題組】53
(A)conspicuous
(B)notorious
(C)protected
(D)indvoke
14.【題組】 54
(A)Having sold
(B)If sold
(C)After selling
(D)Upon selling
15.【題組】55
(A)What is driving the demand
(B)The one who requires most
(C)No matter how much they sell
(D)Those who intend to buy
16.【題組】56
(A)close to
(B)similar to
(C)compared to
(D)other than
17.請依下文回答第 57 題至第 60 題: 
Although oceans cover two-thirds of the surface of the Earth, they are surprisingly vulnerable to human influences, 57 overfishing, pollution from run-off, and dumping of waste. This kind of pollution can have serious economic and health impacts by killing marine life and damaging habitats and ecosystems. Toxins from pesticides, fertilizers, and other chemicals used on farms 58 nearby rivers that flow into the ocean, and this can cause extensive loss of marine life in bays and estuaries, 59 the creation of dead zones. The dumping of industrial, nuclear and other waste into oceans was legal until the early 1970’s when 60 . However, illegal dumping still occurs in many places.

【題組】 57
(A)such as
(B)prior to
(C)now that
(D)looking for
18.【題組】58
(A)dissolve
(B)contaminate
(C)solidify
(D)transform
19.【題組】59
(A)leads to
(B)being led to
(C)led to
(D)leading to
20.【題組】60
(A)it first came to reality
(B)it was first regulated
(C)they came into existence
(D)they became updated
【非選題】
21.一、英譯中: Maritime paramilitary forces are being expanded and increasingly used as foreign-policy tools in East Asia. Such forces are less likely to be involved in significant military clashes and any incidents that arise from their activities are usually containable. However, their use also means diplomatic crises are more common, as maritime paramilitaries are more likely to use force or come under attack themselves.(15 分)
【非選題】
22.二、中譯英: 水上警察也要執行搜索及救援任務,回應緊急求助電話,並在軍事設施及船塢提供 反恐巡邏。(10 分)