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1.1. Professor Lin began to _________ herself to teaching orphans after she retired.

2.2. It was truly _________ of John to speak to others with his mouth full of food.

3.3. ________ has it that the company plans to lay off 1000 workers outside the U.S.

4.4.Out of _________, the little boy opened the box to see what was inside, only to find a key.
(A) respect
(B) policy
(C) tradition
(D) curiosity

5.5. Being _________ with her poor performance, the ballet dancer burst into tears.

6.6. One of the _________ of online shopping is that online shopping stores offer round-the-clock service.

7.7. We should keep off any foods which _________ do harm to our health.

8.8. Though faced with many difficulties, the young baseball pitcher still _________ to find a way out.

9.9. Nowadays, handshakes are a(n) _________ way of greeting one another, especially in business affairs.

10.10. Mark frowned after he tried stinky tofu. _________, he didn’t like it.

11.11. A college degree is now _________ for jobs that used to be held by high school graduates.

12.12. The food at that restaurant was by far the best but the _________ was terrible. The waiter was really rude.

13.13. When travelling to a _________ country, it is suggested that you learn more about its culture and language.

14.14. According to the news report, more than ten thousand people _________ in the marathon held in Taipei last Sunday.

15.15. _________ speaking, I don’t appreciate modern art. Some forms of it seem really bizarre to me.

16.16.A: _________ do you visit your grandparents in Tainan? B: About twice a month.
(A)How long
(B)How far
(C)How often
(D)How soon

17.17. Mr. Lee is a highly picky person. He is _________ person in the world that I’d like to work with.
(A)the last
(B)the least
(C)the best
(D)the first

18.18. _________ with his outgoing twin brother, Brian is too shy.
(B)To compare

19.19. The apples which are grown organically on this farm taste _________. They are sweet and juicy.

20.20. The tennis player keeps _________ and improving, even though he is a renowned champion.
(A)to practice

21.21. Under the table _________ two lovely kittens eating their food happily.

22.22. Space technology has made _________ possible for human beings to travel in space.

23.23. You _________ the car before we hit the road. Now, our car has broken down and we are in the middle of nowhere.
(A)should check
(B)should have checked
(C)shouldn’t check
(D)shouldn’t have checked

24.24. Lisa is very excited about the upcoming party, and _________ am I.

25.25. Not until the sun set _________ it was time to head home.
(A)John realized
(B)did John realize
(C)John did realize
(D)John realizes

26.26. Venice is known by several names, one of _________ is the “Floating City” because it consists of 118 small islands connected by canals and bridges.

27.27. To use his old house as a coffee shop, Ted had the house _________ at a cost of 50,000 dollars.
(D)to remodel

28.28. The millionaire was a generous man. He donated a great amount of money to help _________ suffered from the earthquake.

29.29. By the time the bomb exploded, all the people _________ the building safely. No one was hurt.
(A)had been left
(B)have left
(D)had left

30.30. We should all work together to protect the earth, _________ we will lose it sooner or later.

31.三、克漏字測驗【請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案】 第一篇: More and more researchers care about this matter. They perform studies, gathering information on how parents use technology in the development of their kids. 31 their interest in the matter, some questions have been answered. For example, at what age should children be 32 to use tablets and smartphones? According to experts, children under the age of two had better not interact with tablets, smartphones or other 33 such as computers or TV. This idea has been backed up by doctors and the reason is 34 little children at that age are encouraged to explore their environment and learn how the world works. 35 , in this stage of their life, their bodies are developing. Sitting idly in front of a screen can lead to health problems in the future.
(A)In spite of
(B)Aside from
(C)Thanks to
(D)Judging from




(C)In contrast

36.第二篇: Research says that husbands do not help enough around the house. A study from an American university says it is 36 for men to do an equal share of housework. Researchers looked at 182 working couples. Both partners worked the same number of hours in full-time jobs. Men did five hours a week 37 housework than their wives after their baby was born, even though both parents worked the same number of hours in their job. They spent 16 hours or so a week 38 with the baby. Becoming a parent added about 21 hours per week to a mother's work. Most of this was 39 her baby. New fathers did not do extra work because they did not realize the mother was doing so much more. 40 reason is that after a baby is born, fathers follow the traditional roles in society, where the mother takes care of the baby and the father works. This happens even when the mother is working the same number of hours in her job.


(B)to help

(A)making up
(B)looking after
(C)showing off
(D)cheering up

(B)The other

41.四、閱讀測驗【請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案】 第一篇: If you want to teach your children about money, giving them pocket money is a good idea. They’re going to need a place to put it, which is how the three-jar system came into existence: one for spending, one for saving and one for giving. Almost every child understands the first jar and has a long list of things they want to spend money on right now. The save jar teaches patience, a concept that parents are constantly trying to reinforce in all sorts of ways. But the give jar is more mysterious. Give to whom? And why give at all? Quite often our answer is to give back because it’s the right thing to do. However, it won’t satisfy your children’s curiosity, so let me suggest another one: One great reason to give is to honor your own family’s history of being helped. First, this is an opportunity to tell stories about you and your relatives that your children may not have heard before. People they know, perhaps even their mother or father, have benefited from someone else’s donations. And since your family was lucky enough to receive help, it’s only fair that you help some other families, too. In our family, we tell several stories about it. Telling these stories has helped make our present-day volunteer work and donations more real. When my wife and I showed our now 9-year-old daughter how we divided the money we wanted to donate, she understood why we were so generous with others. There are stories waiting for you to tell your children. And once you do, chances are they will know just what to do with that money accumulating in their Give jars.
【題組】41. What is the main purpose of this passage?
(A)To compare the stories told in different families.
(B)To show how money is given to those in need.
(C)To explain how parents can teach children to give.
(D)To introduce a new way of saving money for kids.

42.【題組】42. According to the passage, which jar gives children the money they need to buy things on their lists?
(A)The save jar.
(B)The spend jar.
(C)The give jar.
(D)The receive jar.

43.【題組】43. According to the passage, which jar teaches children the concept of patience?
(A)The save jar.
(B)The spend jar.
(C)The give jar.
(D)The receive jar.

44.【題組】44. According to the passage, how does the author teach his children to give?
(A)By taking his children to visit poor people and give them money.
(B)By forcing his children to donate money to the people who need it.
(C)By telling his children how their family have benefited from others’ donations.
(D)By showing his children how he divides his money into three parts.

45.【題組】45. According to the passage, which of the following statement is true?
(A)The author doesn’t know how to teach his children to be patient and to be honest.
(B)The author lets his 9-year-old daughter know clearly that she won’t be generous with others.
(C)The author doesn’t like the idea of three-jar system because it leads to the biggest waste of money.
(D)The author believes that one great reason to give is to honor the family’s history of being helped.

46.第二篇: One of the biggest shopping days of the year has brought out millions of bargain hunters across the world. The day is called Black Friday. Real and online stores offer discounts of up to 70 percent on thousands of items. It is traditionally a big shopping day in the USA, but four years ago it crossed the Atlantic and is now huge in the U.K. It has become so popular in Britain that the police had to be called to four supermarkets just after midnight on Friday (the bargains went on sale at one minute past midnight). The police were worried about shoppers getting crushed in the crowds. A police spokesman said, "Officers have worked with store staff to ensure that sale-goers were able to enter and exit the stores safely." While shoppers in the U.K. were happy to head to the shops, many store workers in the USA were angry this year. Many stores decided to start Black Friday a day early, which was on the US celebration of Thanksgiving. Store employees and shoppers thought it was wrong for stores to ask employees to work on Thanksgiving, which is traditionally a time for people to spend with their family. A “Boycott Black Thursday” Facebook page has more than 114,000 likes. Many big stores, such as Costco and IKEA did not open. CNN reports that there are over 60 petitions on the website trying to get stores and customers to change Black Friday. They want a bigger focus on family instead of profits.
【題組】46. What is the article mainly about?
(A)Why people in the U.K. boycott Black Friday now.
(B)How American people celebrated Thanksgiving this year.
(C)What happened in the U.K. and in the USA on Black Friday this year.
(D)How Facebook helped to keep the tradition of Thanksgiving.

47.【題組】47. What does Thanksgiving mean to American people?
(A)It is a time for making friends.
(B)It is a time for shopping online.
(C)It is a time for making profits.
(D)It is a time to spend with family.

48.【題組】48. According to the passage, why did the police in the U.K. have to work with store staff on Black Friday?
(A)To make sure that those stores did offer discounts to the shoppers.
(B)To ensure that sale-goers were able to enter and exit the stores safely.
(C)To make sure that every shopper waited in line before midnight on Black Friday.
(D)To ensure the safety of the items which were put up for sale.

49.【題組】49. According to the passage, why were many store workers in the USA angry this year?
(A)Many stores decided to start Black Friday a day early.
(B)The US government decided to cancel the celebration of Thanksgiving.
(C)Their bosses decided to have a salary cut.
(D)Many big stores, such as Costco and IKEA, did not open on Black Friday.

50.【題組】50. According to the passage, which of the following statement is true?
(A)Online stores never offer discounts on Black Friday.
(B)Black Friday first started in the U.K. ten years ago.
(C)Shoppers thought it was right for stores to ask employees to work on Thanksgiving.
(D)Black Friday is now huge in the U.K.



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