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1.41 A new bill urging US President Obama to push for observer _____ for Taiwan in the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) was introduced into the US Congress.
(A)squad
(B)squat
(C)statue
(D)status
2.42 A passenger plane was forced to make an emergency _____ yesterday after an air traffic control received a bomb threat.
(A) exit 
(B)landing  
(C)room  
(D)take-off
3.43 After a fatal traffic accident, authorities urge motorists to obey road safety rules and _____ to vehicles with right of way.
(A) bow
(B) dedicate
(C) hail
(D) yield
4.44 A series of traffic control measures were _____ on all freeways throughout Taiwan during the Tomb-Sweeping Festival from April 3-6.
(A)dismantled
(B)implemented
(C) prosecuted
(D) trespassed
5.45 Taiwan and the Kingdom of Swaziland have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to cooperate on anti-terrorism, immigration affairs, and the prevention of human _____ .
(A) hygiene 
(B)longevity  
(C) probation  
(D)rafficking 
6.46 The National Police Agency (NPA) has decided to _____ the tasks of police officers to reduce their workloads.
(A) besiege
(B) improvise
(C) recruit
(D) streamline
7.47 The White House says U.S. President Barack Obama is removing Cuba from a list of state sponsors of terrorism. The removal is an important step in the president’s efforts to _____ relations between the two countries.
(A) designate
(B) impress
(C) normalize
(D) tease
8.48 One billion teenagers and young adults around the world risk losing their hearing by listening to loud music. The U.N. agency is asking young people to turn down the volume to prevent _____ damage to their hearing.
(A) reluctant
(B) intimate
(C) minor
(D) irreversible
9.49 A 100-year-old Japanese woman Ms.Nagaoka became the world’s first centenarian to complete a 1,500-meter freestyle swimming competition in a 25-meter pool. Her race was not a race of speed but of _____ , or not giving up.
(A) frustration
(B)endurance
(C)conference
(D)allowance
10. 50 At least 33 miners are confirmed dead from an explosion at a coal mine in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk. Most of the injured miners are suffering from severe burns, smoke________and shock and are treated in the hospital.
(A) ignorance
(B)paradox
(C)reception
(D)inhalation
11.請依下文回答第 51 題至第 55 題: 
French police on Thursday were hunting a trio of thieves who made off with a handbag containing 5 million euros (US$5.4 million) worth of Chanel jewels in a smash-and-grab on the highway between Paris and Charles de Gaulle Airport. A Taiwanese art collector was traveling in a taxi on Wednesday afternoon through a long tunnel 51 for robbery attacks on tourists stuck in traffic when the thieves smashed a car window and 52 her handbag. The 1.3km Landy tunnel is taken by most people arriving at Charles de Gaulle Airport and heading into Paris and is the ideal spot for smash-and-grabs. “It is often 53 delinquency. They aren’t afraid of anything, know the area and escape through emergency exits,” the source said. A driver distracted and talking on his cellphone, a handbag left on a passenger seat or luxury cars carrying tourists with possibly wads of cash on them are all easy 54 . In February 2010, Christina Chernovetska, daughter of the then mayor of Kiev, was the victim of a similar robbery when a bag she said contained jewels worth 4.5 million euros was stolen from her. Saudi prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd, the multimillionaire son of the late King Fahd, 55 victim to a spectacular armed raid on his convoy in Paris in August last year, in which 250,000 euros and diplomatic papers were stolen.

【題組】 51
(A)anxious 
(B)eligible  
(C)notorious  
(D)strategic 
12.【題組】52
(A)appreciated
(B)complimented
(C)kidnapped
(D)snatched
13.【題組】53
(A)decent  
(B)global
(C)  local  
(D)vacant
14.【題組】54
(A)destinations
(B) escapes  
(C)  robberies
(D)targets 
15.【題組】55
(A)fell
(B) murdered
(C) rescued  
(D) stabbed
16.請依下文回答第 56 題至第 60 題: 
When the police chief in Tacoma, Wash. shot and killed his wife in a parking lot after years of abusing her, the shock from that event 10 years ago mobilized national support for a more aggressive response to domestic violence in police households. While police officers today are more aware of the problem, the following is also true: In many departments, an officer will automatically be fired for a positive marijuana test, but can stay on the job after abusing or battering a spouse. In the wake of the Tacoma killing, the International Association of Chiefs of Police strengthened its efforts to persuade departments to adopt a set of model rules on domestic violence in their own ranks. Responding to concerns that domestic violence had long been treated more leniently than other forms of misconduct, the organization called for zero tolerance for abusers, tougher pre-employment screening and a separate set of procedures to ensure rigorous investigation of every accusation. But police departments have been slow to adopt the rules. And while most officials say they treat domestic abuse by officers as they would any other form of misconduct, interviews and disciplinary records indicate that, in fact, punishment is often light and job loss uncommon. Only a quarter of the 56 largest city and county police departments that responded to a recent survey have a distinct policy for domestic violence involving officers. And only one, Nashville, has adopted the entire model policy, according to the survey, conducted by The New York Times and the PBS investigative news program “Frontline.” Three others — Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago; and Columbus, Ohio — follow most of its provisions.

【題組】56 What is the main idea of this passage?
(A)Domestic violence is rare among police officers.
(B) It is illegal to abuse one’s spouse.
(C)One police officer shot and killed his wife.
(D)Police departments are slow to police their own abusers.
17.【題組】57 According to the passage, how many departments have a distinct policy for domestic violence concerning officers?
(A) 1  
(B)3 
(C)14  
(D)56
18.【題組】58 According to the passage, which of the following cities has adopted the entire model policy?
(A) Charlotte, N.C. 
(B)Chicago  
(C)Columbus, Ohio  
(D)Nashville 
19.【題組】59 According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?
(A) Punishment is often very severe for domestic violence concerning police officers.
(B)Police officers will be automatically fired for battering their spouses.
(C)Domestic violence has long been treated more leniently than other forms of misconduct.
(D)Domestic violence has been treated aggressively in the police departments.
20.【題組】60 According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?
(A) Tacoma, Wash. has adopted the entire model policy after the accident.
(B)An officer will be automatically fired for a positive marijuana test in many departments.
(C)An officer fired for battering his wife is uncommon in the United States.
(D)Most police departments have been slow in response to domestic violence in police households.