6.21. Japan’s Shuri’s Castle on the island of Okinawa _______ in the late fourteenth century. However, fire broke out at it on October 31, 2019.
(A) builds (B) has built (C) was built (D) will be built
9.24. Taiwan won South Korea 7-0 without losing any point in the national baseball game. _______, it was a successful win for Taiwan.
(A) By chance (B) Without a doubt (C) For example (D) Seconds later
10.25. Schweitzer: Do you know _____ Korean students of Shan-shan High School are going to arrive at Wen-chang Junior high
Dylan: It’s next Friday. I can’t wait to see them.
(A) when (B) where (C) whether (D) why
11.26. Mandy was too nervous to sing in front of the public. She got speechless and didn’t know _______ after stepping on stage.
(A) who could she ask for help (B) how to do (C) where did she go (D) what to do next
【題組】27. Which is true about the New Year’s traditions all over the world?
(A) People watch the latest show on TV on New Year’s Eve in Germany.
(B) In Denmark, be careful not to break anything at neighbors’ doors.
(C) You are welcomed to wear clothes with heart-shaped pictures in the Philippines.
(D) Single women in Ireland sleep on pillows with mistletoes leaves under them.
13.【題組】28. Which might happen on New Year’s Day in the Philippines?
(A) Mary asked her dead grandpa to show her the way.
(B) George burned a scarecrow in the yard with his family.
(C) Ben’s mom bought apples, oranges, and pears in the market.
(D) Mr. Brown was angry at many pieces of glass on the ground.
14. There’s a goat on my table! A giant panda is on a chair, as seen through Google AR.
Google has made it possible for you to go on a safari without leaving your desk. All you have to do is search for an animal in Google on your smartphone, and then scroll down to an animated 3D model of the animal. You can move your finger around to view the animal from all angles. You can get a 360-degree view of the animal.
But wait! That animal can also be dropped into your places with AR (augmented reality) if you have an AR phone. From the screen with the 3D model, click the“view in your space” button. The camera app will open and you’ll have to scan the place to put the animal on a place. You’ll be able to see the 3D animal in augmented reality. You can move it around. What’s more, you can even click a photo of it. And if you want to stand or sit right next to the animal, that is possible, too. There are a few notices. You must have an AR phone. In addition, not every animal can be found. Take an example, you can not find a dinosaur. Do you have an interested in it? Just Try it. safari觀察野生動物 scroll滾動 animated動畫的 degree度 click按一下 button按鈕 scan掃描 【題組】29. What can we learn from this reading?
(A) You can find all animals through Google AR.
(B) Each smartphone can apply this new technology.
(C) You can take pictures with a tiger at home just with your smartphones.
(D) So far, you can’t go on a safari indoors.
15.【題組】30. What does “AR” mean?
(A) Images show users views of the real world.
(B) Images happen in your mind when you are sleeping.
(C) Images are seen on television screens.
(D) Images are formed in video games.
16. Chinese culture is full of special beliefs and festivals. These beliefs lead the daily actions of many Chinese people. These things are mostly practiced by the older generations. The elder people share the beliefs with their children and grandchildren. That is how they keep the beliefs live and active. Some examples of the beliefs include never giving a watch or clock as a gift. It is unlucky. It means you will die. Also, many buildings do not have a fourth floor because the number four sounds like the Chinese word for death. These types of beliefs are very common and often seem strange to western people. A famous festival is Ghost Month. During this time, Chinese people prepare food and money offerings. People burn a special kind of paper money and place food outside on a table for the ghost to enjoy. By doing this, the ghost won’t trouble you or hurt you. These steps may seem stupid to some people, but it is important to remember that they are a major part of Chinese culture.
culture文化 generation一代 include包含 offering祭品 major主要的 【題組】31. Eddy would like to surprise his girlfriend on her birthday. She is familiar with Chinese culture and interested in it very much.
What may Eddy choose as a birhtday present for her?
(A) An expensive clock.
(B) A fashionable watch.
(C) A T-shirt with big number four on it.
(D) A cup with her favorite photo printed.
17.【題組】 32. What can we learn from the last sentence?
(A) When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
(B) Don’t judge a book by its cover.
(C) The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.
(D) Actions speak louder than words.
19.Judy: Hey, Allen. Are you a 35. fan? Allen: Yes, I am. Why?
Judy: Ummm. I always want to know 36. players are even on a team. Allen: Okay. There are nine players from one team on the field at one time, while the other team is the one hitting the ball and trying to score a run. There are three outfielders and three basemen, one shortstop, one pitcher and one catcher.
Judy: Okay. So what do the three outfielders do?
Allen: If 37. from the other team hits the ball out past the bases, they have to get the ball and throw it back and try and get the batter out.
Judy: Oh really? That's awesome. I had no idea..
Allen: Yeah. Each team at bat gets three outs. If you get the third one, the other team gets their turn at bat.
Judy: Also, I was wondering what is a home run? Allen: A home run happens 38. a batter hits the ball, and none of the outfielders can get to it and throw it back to get the batter out, before he runs to all three bases and gets back to home base. Judy: Oh. Okay! But why do they call it a "home run"? Allen: I guess it’s because he starts from home base and runs around the field until he ends up back at home base, so he’s running from home to home without stopping!
Judy: Okay. Now that I know a few things, I can watch a game. Allen: Yeah. Have fun!
Judy: Thanks, Jack!
Allen: You’re welcome.
*outfielder外野手 baseman內野手 shortstop游擊手 【題組】35. (A) soccer (B) basketball (C) baseball (D) volleyball