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1.31 This is a conservative society that values an unquestioning ______ of tradition and cultural norms.
(A)acceptance
(B)threat
(C)dispute
(D)diplomacy


2.32 To avoid imitation from our competitors, our new products require ______ to both cover design and functions.
(A)alterations
(B)restorations
(C)decorations
(D)preparations


3.33 The patient couldn’t but let out a ______ when the nurse moved his broken leg.
(A)groan
(B)grant
(C)remendy
(D)relief


4.34 Luckily, the historic building remained ______ after the terrible earthquake.
(A)contact
(B)intent
(C)contract
(D)intact


5.35 Abortion is an extremely ______ issue, for it involves ending the life of a baby in the mother’s womb.
(A)complicated
(B)graceful
(C)pregnant
(D)typical


6.36 Understanding the ______ to health that flies pose is important to help prevent the transmission of dangerous diseases and bacteria.
(A)insurance
(B)trend
(C)expectations
(D)threats


7.37 During the premiere’s visit, unemployed protestors ______ , shutting down public transportation.
(A)went round the block
(B)spared no effort
(C)took to the streets
(D)held the ground


8.38 Traveling by the MRT in Taipei is quick and convenient, but the trains can be very ______ during rush hours.
(A)crowned
(B)clowned
(C)clouded
(D)crowded


9.39 My mother spent NT$ 10,000 on a cream product which claims to be able to ______ eye wrinkles.
(A)occupy
(B)fertilize
(C)refresh
(D)diminish


10.40 I need a reliable and ______ secretary, not a lazy, forgetful one like you!
(A)efficient
(B)considerable
(C)fanatic
(D)simultaneous


11.41 Max tends to ______ the degree of things. If he has a cold, he may say he is dying.
(A)exasperate
(B)demonstrate
(C)exaggerate
(D)evaluate


12.請依下文回答第 42 題至第 45 題:
 In Texas, people take chili seriously. So seriously that from May to November, hundreds of Texans devote their weekends ___42___  giant pots of it in chili cookoffs. These contests are carefully organized in cities and towns throughout the state, each one  ___43___  that it sponsors the best one around.  ___44___  other states have their own version of the cookoff, Texas sets the standards. The Chili Appreciation Society International in Dallas has established rules and regulations as well as a point system for determining the winners. There is even a newspaper, the Goat Gap Gazette in Houston, that is  ___45___  for chili heads, the name given to those who are passionate about chili making. It publishes a complete list of competitions in the United States and provides useful hints and bits of gossip for its subscribers.

【題組】42
(A)for cooking
(B)into cooking
(C)to cook
(D)to cooking


13.【題組】43
(A)boasted
(B)boasts
(C)boasting
(D)will boast


14.【題組】44
(A)Whatever
(B)Before
(C)After
(D)Even though


15.【題組】45
(A)inclusively
(B)exclusively
(C)externally
(D)internally


16.請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題:
 A wet spring in Las Vegas has spawned hordes of grasshoppers so large that they are showing up on the weather radar. In viewing the radar, CNN meteorologist Allison Chinchar said it looked like there were two storms over the Vegas area: one in the north of the city (that was actual rain) and another right over Las Vegas. But the second one wasn’t moving as rain normally would, she said. “It looked as though it should be torrentially downpouring in Las Vegas,” said Chinchar. By changing the settings on the radar, meteorologists could see that the other “storm” was actually the massive hordes of grasshoppers that have settled over the city in recent days, Chinchar said. Las Vegas, like all of Nevada, has had almost twice as much rain in 2019 than normal, Chinchar said. “It appears through history that when we have a wet winter or spring, these things build up often down below Laughlin and even into Arizona,” Jeff Knight, state entomologist, said. “We’ll have grasshopper migrations about this time of the year, and they’ll move northward.” Knight said the swarms aren’t terribly unusual given the amount of rain the state has had this year. “We have records clear from the ’60s of it happening, and I have seen it ... at least four or five times in my 30-plus years,” he said. “There are some special weather conditions that trigger the migration.”

【題組】46 Which of the following is the topic of this passage?
(A)Las Vegas’ grasshopper invasion is so big that you can see it on weather radar.
(B)Grasshoppers lead to more rain in Las Vegas.
(C)Las Vegas’ grasshoppers have started their migration earlier than usual.
(D)Las Vegas’ deserts are soon disappearing due to vast amounts of rain.


17.【題組】47 What could have possibly caused the oversized grasshoppers?
(A)Meteor showers.
(B)Exposure to radar system.
(C)Unusual amount of rain.
(D)Change of sunlight.


18.【題組】48 What do “these things” refer to in the passage?
(A)Storms.
(B)Deserts.
(C)Meteors.
(D)Grasshoppers.


19.【題組】49 According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about grasshoppers?
(A)They can be easily seen on the radar system.
(B)They often migrate to Arizona.
(C)They like torrential downpouring.
(D)The swarms of grasshoppers are a common scene in Arizona.


20.【題組】50 Which of the following words could replace “hordes” in the first sentence?
(A)Eggs.
(B)Children.
(C)Swarms.
(D)States.


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