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1.1. All the flights to and from Kaohsiung were _____ because of the heavy thunderstorm.
(A) advised
(B) disclosed
(C) cancelled
(D) benefited
2.2. The woman told the truth to her lawyer without ____ because he was the only person she could rely on.
(A) reservation
(B) combination
(C) impression
(D) foundation
3.3. The man was severely injured in last weekend’s tragic car accident and died _____ afterwards.
(A) mostly
(B) shortly
(C) easily
(D) hardly
4.4. Mr. Smith’s work in Taiwan is just _____. He will go back to the U.S. next month.
(A) liberal
(B) rural
(C) conscious
(D) temporary
5.5. Helen _____ with anger when she saw her boyfriend kissing an attractive girl.
(A) collided
(B) exploded
(C) relaxed
(D) defeated
6.6. Dr. Liu’s new book is a collection of his _____ of the daily life of tribal people in Africa.
(A) observations
(B) interferences
(C) preventions
(D) substitutions
7.7. The young couple decided to ______ their wedding until all the details were well taken care of.
(A) announce
(B) maintain
(C) postpone
(D) simplify
8.8. The conflicts between John and his teacher made it difficult for the teacher to judge his performance _____.
(A) objectively
(B) painfully
(C) excitedly
(D) intimately
9.9. Living in a highly _____ society, you definitely have to arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible.
(A) tolerant
(B) permanent
(C) favorable
(D) competitive
10.10. The 70-year-old professor sued the university for age _____, because his teaching contract had not been renewed.
(A) possession
(B) commitment
(C) discrimination
(D) employment
11.11. Kevin burst into tears _____ because his teacher punished him in front of the whole class.
(A) on the side
(B) on the spot
(C) on any account
(D) on the mark
12.12. As soon as the couple realized that they didn’t love each other anymore, they _____.
(A) fell off
(B) cut in
(C) broke up
(D) stood by
13.13. The power workers had to work _____ to repair the power lines since the whole city was in the dark.
(A) around the clock
(B) in the extreme
(C) on the house
(D) in the majority
14.14. After retirement, Mr. Wang _____ ice skating, which he had always loved but had not had time for.
(A) appealed to
(B) took to
(C) related to
(D) saw to
15.15. Why do we have to _____ Sue’s selfish behavior? We have to teach her to care for others.
(A) get over with
(B) hang out with
(C) make up with
(D) put up with
16.說明︰1.第16至20題,每題皆為未完成的句子。請逐題依文意與語法,從右欄
(A)到(J)的選項中選出最適當者,合併成一個意思通順、用法正確的句子。 2.請將每題所選答案之英文字母代號標示在答案卡之「選擇題答案區」。每題答對得1分,答錯不倒扣。 
(AB) … so he went abroad to study. 
(AC) … I stayed in bed an extra hour. 
(AD) … or she might miss the class.
 (AE) … he will fail the exam.
 (BC) … who changed him into a gentleman. 
(BD) … she had gone bankrupt.
 (BE) … is more likely to look young.
 (CD) … and is sure to have a healthy body.
 (CE) … I admired her most in the world.
 (DE) … I would have taken action right away.

【題組】16. Since it was a holiday,
17.【題組】17. Unless he prepares well,
18.【題組】18. If I had known the fact,_______________________
19.【題組】19. Belle was the person
20.【題組】20. A person who exercises regularly
21.The first American space toilet was Alan Shepard’s space suit. His flight was supposed to last only 15 minutes, so there was no provision made for him to relieve himself in the capsule. His flight, _(21)_, was delayed for hours. It was then decided that Alan Shepard should relieve himself in his space suit, and continue with the mission as scheduled. _(22)_ problem urged NASA to develop the first space toilet, a modified diaper. Diapers are _(23)_ used by astronauts when they are outside the space shuttle, wearing a spacesuit. As the flights grew longer, a new set of two collection bags was devised, _(24)_ for liquid wastes and the other for solid wastes. Once used, the bags are sealed and stored for the flight back to the earth, _(25)_ they are disposed of.
【題組】21.
(A) therefore
(B) similarly
(C) however
(D) otherwise
22.【題組】22.
(A) Each
(B) This
(C) Their
(D) Another
23.【題組】23.
(A) rather
(B) almost
(C) ever
(D) still
24.【題組】24.
(A) the one
(B) someone
(C) no one
(D) one
25.【題組】25.
(A) where
(B) what
(C) which
(D) whether
26.Up to about 250 million years ago the world had just one huge super-continent called Pangaea. Animals were able to move and intermix with __(26)__. About 200 million years ago this super-continent broke up into two continents: Laurasia and Gondwana. About 60 million years ago Gondwana broke up into __(27)__ later became South America, Africa, Antarctica, India and Australia. Since then Australia __(28)__ from the rest of the world by vast oceans. The animals there no longer had __(29)__ with animals from other parts of the world. They evolved separately. As a result, about 95 % of Australia’s mammals and 94 % of its frogs are found __(30)__ else in the world. Australia has lots of very unusual animals.
【題組】26.
(A) another
(B) one another
(C) other
(D) the other
27.【題組】27.
(A) which
(B) where
(C) what
(D) that
28.【題組】28.
(A) is isolated
(B) had isolated
(C) has isolated
(D) has been isolated
29.【題組】29.
(A) confusion
(B) marriage
(C) contact
(D) transaction
30.【題組】30.
(A) nowhere
(B) somewhere
(C) everywhere
(D) anywhere
31.   Stress has become a favorite subject of everyday conversation. It is not __(31)__ to hear friends and family members talk about the difficulty they have in __(32)__ the stress of everyday life and the efforts they make to control the events __(33)__ cause stress.
   Most of us understand the results of not controlling our reactions __(34)__ stress. Forty-three percent of all adults suffer terrible health effects __(35)__ stress. Most physician office visits are for stress-related illnesses and complaints. Stress is linked to the six __(36)__ causes of death— heart disease, cancer, lung disease, accidents, liver disease, and suicide. Currently, health care costs account for __(37)__ twelve percent of the gross domestic product. 
   Yet, while stress may damage our health, it is sometimes necessary, __(38)__ desirable. Exciting or challenging events __(39)__ the birth of a child, completion of a major project at work, or moving to a new city generate __(40)__ much stress as does tragedy or disaster. And without stress, life would be dull. 
(AB) about (AC) from (AD) even (AE) as (BC) managing (BD) like (BE) to (CD) that (CE) unusual (DE) leading

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41.說明︰第41至55題,每題請分別根據各篇文章之文意選出最適當的一個選項,標示在答案卡之「選擇題答案區」。每題答對得2分,答錯不倒扣。 I usually go to work by subway, and I get to work by 8:00 A.M. Before I start my job, I put on my uniform and look at myself in the mirror to make sure that I look neat. At 8:30 in the morning, I go on duty. I usually eat lunch from twelve to one and generally take a fifteen-minute break in the morning and in the afternoon. At 4:30 in the afternoon, I go off duty. I enjoy my job very much. I meet all kinds of people and talk to everyone. Many people ask me questions, and I give them the necessary information. I try to be very helpful. I always call out floors very clearly, and I am constantly on the move. Most men take off their hats in my car, and sometimes I have to tell passengers to put out their cigarettes. Some people smile at me, but others just ignore me. In fact, my life can be described as consisting of a series of “ups” and “downs.”
【題組】41. The passage is written mainly to describe __________.
(A) what the author looks like
(B) what “life” means to the author
(C) what a typical day is like for the author
(D) what kinds of people the author works with
42.【題組】42. We may infer from the passage that the author is a(n) __________.
(A) policeman
(B) driver
(C) floor cleaner
(D) elevator operator
43.【題組】43. The expression “constantly on the move” in the passage refers to the fact that __________.
(A)the author always calls out floors very clearly
(B)the author seldom stays in one place for a long while
(C)the author meets all kinds of people and talks to everyone
(D)the author frequently helps passengers move their baggage
44.Magic is believed to have begun with the Egyptians, in 1700 BC. A magician named Dedi of Dedsnefu was reported to have performed for the pharaoh, or the king. He was also known to have entertained the slaves who built the pyramids. The “Cups and Balls” trick which he was particularly good at is still performed by magicians all over the world today. The ancient Greeks and Romans were also fascinated by the idea of magic. Actually, one of their main interests was the art of deception. This explains why at that time the priests even built magic devices into their temples. These devices made it possible for doors to open by themselves and wine to flow magically out of statues’ mouths. This was done mainly to convince people that the priests were powerful. Magic, however, was not well accepted before the 1800s. Magicians were thought of as freaks and were only allowed to perform in a circus. It was in the 19th century that the magician Robert Houdin came along and changed people’s views and attitudes about magic. It was also because of Robert Houdin that many magicians were able to add Dr. or MD to their names. Today magicians try hard to find new ways to show their practiced skills. Magic is now entertainment for families all over the world.
【題組】44. What is the best title for the passage?
(A) Magical Tricks
(B) A Great Magician
(C) Magic as Entertainment
(D) The History of Magic
45.【題組】45. In ancient Greece, what did the priests do to show people they had unusual power?
(A) They performed magical tricks to entertain people.
(B) They made the statues in the temples drink wine as they wished.
(C) They treated the people with wine flowing down from statues’ mouths.
(D) They built magic devices in the temples to make doors open by themselves.
46.【題組】46. What did people think of magic before 1800?
(A) Magic should be used only in temples.
(B) Magic could only be performed in a circus.
(C) Magic was performed by freaks and doctors.
(D) Magic was the major daily activity for the pharaohs.
47.【題組】47. Which of the following statements is true?
(A) Magic began about 3,700 years ago.
(B) Dedi of Dedsnefu performed magic for kings only.
(C) Robert Houdin was the first magician to perform magic.
(D) The “Cups and Balls” trick has been performed for about 1,700 years.
48.There are three branches of medicine. One is called “doctor medicine,” or “scientific medicine.” Scientific doctors try to observe sicknesses, look for logical patterns, and then find out how the human body works. From there they figure out what treatments may work. This kind of medicine is believed to date from the 4th century BC. Although nowadays it is successful, in the ancient world this approach probably did not cure many patients. A second kind of medicine is called “natural cures,” or “folk medicine,” in which less educated people try to cure sicknesses with various herbs. These folk healers also use observation and logic, but they are not so aware of it. They try things until they find something that seems to work, and then they keep doing that. Folk medicine flourished long before the development of scientific medicine and was more successful in ancient times than doctor medicine. The third kind is called “health spas,” or “faith healing.” Sometimes this may be as simple as touching the holy man and being immediately healed. Other times, a magician may make you a magic charm, or say a spell, to cure you. Some religious groups organize special healing shrines for the sick. In these places people rest, get plenty of sleep, eat healthy food, drink water instead of wine, and exercise in various ways. They also talk to the priests and pray to the gods. If you are feeling depressed or you have been working too hard, going to these places may be just the right thing to make you feel better.
【題組】48. Doctor medicine __________.
(A) has a longer history than folk medicine
(B) has been practiced for around 1,600 years
(C) bases its treatments on observation and logic
(D) was very successful in curing sicknesses in ancient times
49.【題組】49. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT used in health spas?
(A) Magic power.
(B) Various herbs.
(C) Religious faith.
(D) A healthy life style.
50.【題組】50. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A) Folk healers choose different herbs to cure diseases without any sound basis.
(B) People who practice folk medicine need lots of formal education on herbs.
(C) The success of folk medicine led to the development of doctor medicine.
(D) Natural cures worked better than scientific medicine in ancient times.
51.【題組】51. The author’s primary purpose in this passage is to __________.
(A) describe different types of medicine
(B) argue for the importance of medicine in health care
(C) show the crucial role religion plays in medical treatments
(D) compare the educational background of three different types of patients
52.Today's teen consumer market is the most profitable it has ever been. Even though 65% of teens claim that they rely on themselves for their fashion ideas, it is estimated that less than 20% of the teen population is innovative enough to drive fashion trends, according to a recent study by a marketing firm. Marketers recognize this fact and often use elements of youth culture to promote their products. Perhaps one of the best examples is their use of hip-hop culture. It is reported that hip-hop fashion alone generates $750 million to $1 billion annually. Sales of rap music and videos each exceed that amount. Rap's rise and sustained global popularity is a good illustration of how influential youth culture is on youth attitudes and behavior. Remember when Madonna hit the charts with her bra in full view while singing about "virginity"? Soon after that, adolescent girls around the world began wearing their underwear outside their clothes. Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger was fully aware of the power of youth culture. He marketed his brand by giving clothes to famous MTV stars and featuring teen stars in his print ads. Picking up on teens' interest in computer games, Hilfiger sponsored a Nintendo competition and installed Nintendo terminals in his stores. The payoff? Teens rated Hilfiger jeans as their number one brand in a survey in 2000.
【題組】52. What is the best title for this passage?
(A) The Importance of Marketing
(B) The Power of Youth Culture
(C) The Popularity of Hip-hop Fashion
(D) The Success of Tommy Hilfiger
53.【題組】53. How much money do sales of rap music and videos together make each year?
(A) More than $1 billion.
(B) Between $750 million and $1 billion.
(C) Between $500 million and $750 million.
(D) Less than $500 million.
54.【題組】54. According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A) The purchasing power of teenagers has been decreasing over the years.
(B) Many teenagers make a lot of profits in the fashion market today.
(C) Madonna led the fashion of wearing underwear outside clothes.
(D) Marketers recognize youth culture as a part of hip-hop culture.
55.【題組】55. It can be inferred from the passage that Hilfiger __________.
(A) believed that MTV stars could drive fashion trends among teens
(B) sold Nintendo terminals together with teens’ clothes in his stores
(C) sponsored a Nintendo competition out of his own interest in computer games
(D) was rated by teens and adults as the best designer of jeans around the world in 2000

【非選題】【已刪除】Stress has become a favorite subject of everyday conversation. It is not __(31)__ to hear friends and family members talk about the difficulty they have in __(32)__ the stress of everyday life and the efforts they make to control the events __(33)__ cause stress. Most of us understand the results of not controlling our reactions __(34)__ stress. Forty-three percent of all adults suffer terrible health effects __(35)__ stress. Most physician office visits are for stress-related illnesses and complaints. Stress is linked to the six __(36)__ causes of death— heart disease, cancer, lung disease, accidents, liver disease, and suicide. Currently, health care costs account for __(37)__ twelve percent of the gross domestic product. Yet, while stress may damage our health, it is sometimes necessary, __(38)__ desirable. Exciting or challenging events __(39)__ the birth of a child, completion of a major project at work, or moving to a new city generate __(40)__ much stress as does tragedy or disaster. And without stress, life would be dull. (A) about (B) from (C) even (D) as (E) managing (F) like (G) to (H) that (I) unusual (J) leading

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【非選題】

閱讀下面這篇文章,然後簡答下列問題。答案必須寫在「答案卷」上。 請依序作答,並標明題號。答案應簡明扼要,只寫重要詞彙(key words),請勿超過五個英文單詞(words)。每題2分,共10分。注意:請勿抄下整句或整行,否則不予計分。 The guitar is one of the oldest instruments known to man. It probably originated in the vicinity of China. There were guitars in ancient Egypt and Greece as well, but the written history of the guitar starts in Spain in the 13th century. By 1500 the guitar was popular in Italy, France, and Spain. A French document of that time concludes that many people were playing the guitar. Stradivarius, the undeniable king of violin makers, could not resist creating a variety of guitars. Also, there was no lack of music written for the instrument. Haydn, Schubert, and others wrote guitar music. When the great Beethoven was asked to compose music for the guitar, he went into a rage and refused, but eventually even Beethoven could not ignore the challenge. Legend tells us he finally called the guitar a miniature orchestra. Indeed the guitar does sound like a little orchestra! Perhaps that is why in rural areas around the world the guitar has been a source of music for millions to enjoy.

【題組】 1. Where is the earliest written record of the guitar found?

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【非選題】【題組】2. What musical instrument was Stradivarius most famous for making?

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【非選題】【題組】3. What was Beethoven’s first reaction when he was asked to write music for the guitar?

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【非選題】【題組】4. What was the challenge that Beethoven could not ignore?

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【非選題】【題組】5. What does “millions” in the last line refer to?

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【非選題】依提示在「答案卷」上寫一篇英文作文。 文長120個單詞(words)左右。 提示︰ 請以 “Music Is An Important Part of Our Life” 為題,說明音樂(例如古典音樂、流行歌曲、搖滾音樂等)在生活中的重要性,並以你或他人的經驗為例,敘述音樂所帶來的好處。

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