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1.1 We still haven’t got used to ____ in the hot and humid city after these many years.
(A) live
(B) living
(C) be living
(D) having lived
2.2 The secretary was ____ for work because of the heavy traffic.
(A) late
(B) hired
(C) special
(D) quiet
3.3 A friend of ____is coming to stay with me next week.
(A) me
(B) my
(C) Mary
(D) mine
4.4 Do you know the man ____ lives next door?
(A) who
(B) he
(C) which
(D) whom
5.5 We are so glad that Miss Snow is teaching ____ English.
(A) we
(B) hers
(C) ours
(D) us
6.6 It ____ me two hours to get there because the traffic was awful.
(A) took
(B) takes
(C) spent
(D) brings
7.7 You don’t want to go to the party, ____ ? You look very sleepy.
(A) don’t you
(B) do you
(C) will you
(D) won’t you
8.8 Mary can’t hear, and she can hardly speak ____ .
(A) so
(B) too
(C) also
(D) either
9.9 Where did you have your hair ____?
(A) done
(B) do
(C) been done
(D) to do
10.10 Please turn off the light. We should save ____ ; otherwise, the bill might go up again.
(A) engine
(B) electricity
(C) elevator
(D) exhibition
11.11 When she ____in track-and-field events in the 1960 Olympics, Wilma Rudolph won three gold medals.
(A) grinned
(B) determined
(C) defined
(D) competed
12.12 In India, eighty percent of the entire ____ are Hindus.
(A) solution
(B) tradition
(C) population
(D) organization
13.13 Taipei 101 is one of the most well-known ____ in the world. You can enjoy a great view of the city from the top floors of the building.
(A) companies
(B) skyscrapers
(C) organizations
(D) advertisements
14.14 Most students think that there is a need to ____ bus fare, but not all students agree to have the fare increased by 35 percent.
(A) raise
(B) rise
(C) improve
(D) invent
15.15 A restaurant manager should know how to deal with ____ from customers who are not satisfied with the food or the service.
(A) praises
(B) complaints
(C) responsibility
(D) performance
16.16 You must keep ____whatever your boss tells you to do, or you may be fired.
(A) in mind
(B) in reality
(C) in contact
(D) in hand
17.17 My son is ____of the dark, so he never walks out of the house after sunset.
(A) angry
(B) afraid
(C) proud
(D) worried
18.18 That old man has no family, so he sometimes gets very, very ____ .
(A) friendly
(B) natural
(C) comfortable
(D) lonely
19.19 Nick: May I speak with Sharon, please? Betty: I’m afraid you ____ the wrong number.
(A) dialed
(B) took
(C) made
(D) sent
20.20 The job of a dentist ____ a lot of patience.
(A) fills with
(B) calls for
(C) fills in
(D) calls out
21.21 Cultures ____ , so we sometimes need to adjust our behavior when we are in a new country.
(A) vary
(B) varies
(C) various
(D) variety
22.22 I was ____ about Mary so I watched her closely.
(A) interesting
(B) strange
(C) curious
(D) kind
23.23 I read about the crime in the ____ .
(A) newspaper
(B) television
(C) radio
(D) calendar
24.24 I am very thirsty. May I have some more ____?
(A) beef
(B) juice
(C) pork
(D) sauce
25.25 Hotel guests who ____ checking out after 1:00 P.M. should contact the front desk.
(A) are going
(B) were
(C) will
(D) will be
26.26 This Italian restaurant is the ____ place to eat in the city.
(A) most
(B) best
(C) more
(D) better
27.27 Susan: I’m going to Tokyo on vacation next week. Alice: Oh, how nice! ____ Susan: Thanks a lot.
(A) I can’t believe it.
(B) I was there once.
(C) Have a good time.
(D) Better luck next time.
28.28 Look! Here is a new ____ bill.
(A) fifth-dollar
(B) five-dollars
(C) five dollars
(D) five-dollar
29.29 Today is a beautiful day, ____ ?
(A) doesn’t it
(B) does it
(C) isn’t it
(D) is it
30.30 ____, I continued working until late last night.
(A) Although I was tired
(B) But I was tired
(C) However, I was tired
(D) Moreover, I was tired
31.31 Doris: Did you sleep well last night? Jennifer: No, I had an awful night. ____ in the middle of the night, and couldn’t get back to sleep.
(A) I fell asleep
(B) I felt so sleepy
(C) I overslept
(D) I woke up
32.32 Sylvia: What’s your favorite season? Amy: ____ Sylvia: Me too. I hate cold winter days.
(A) Hamburgers. I like fast food.
(B) Novels. I like to read in my free time.
(C) Summer. I like to do outdoor activities.
(D) Teachers. I like to teach young people.
33.33 A: Can you recommend to me an English tutor? B: Sure. Mr. Johnson is a very good one. A: Where does he live? B: ____
(A) Here’s my card.
(B) He’s my brother.
(C) Here’s his address.
(D) He likes live colors.
34.34 A: Good afternoon, Great Western Restaurant. This is Steven. How may I help you? B: I would like to make a reservation. A: Certainly, Madam. For what ____? B: September 8th.
(A) date
(B) day
(C) month
(D) week
35.35 Clerk: Can I help you, Sir? David: Yes. I want to buy a pair of jeans, Size L. Clerk: I have several in your size. ____ David: Yes, of course.
(A) How do you like it?
(B) How many would you like to buy?
(C) Do you want to try on one of these?
(D) They must be expensive.
36.Plants and animals need each other to keep the air ‘right’ for all of us in the world. Plants are 36 made of carbon. They make their own food 37 using carbon dioxide from the air and water from the earth. They take in water through 38 and carbon dioxide through their leaves. They use the carbon from the carbon dioxide to build new leaves, stems, and flowers, 39 they don’t need the oxygen from the water or from the carbon dioxide. When it is dark, plants 40 a lot of oxygen, and so there is new oxygen in the air for us to breathe.
【題組】 36
(A) more
(B) most of all
(C) most
(D) mostly
(A) at
(B) by
(C) for
(D) to
(A) their roots
(B) the air
(C) oxygen
(D) the sun
(A) as
(B) where
(C) but
(D) which
(A) give out
(B) take in
(C) get on
(D) get up
41.In many countries people used to shop for groceries in small shops or at street markets. But 41 people go to supermarkets instead. Most supermarkets are organized in a manner that will make shoppers want to 42 money not only on food, but on other items that they didn’t plan to buy before they entered the store. There are many things on display that people really don’t need, like jewelry, 43 decorations, flowers, and cakes. Smart shoppers should protect themselves against the attractions of the displays and spend their money 44 . So the next time you go to the supermarket just buy the items that are 45 for the dinner table.
【題組】 41
(A) in the future
(B) nowadays
(C) yesterday
(D) never
(A) spend
(B) sell
(C) buy
(D) cost
(A) low
(B) old
(C) serious
(D) fancy
(A) recently
(B) wisely
(C) likely
(D) briefly
(A) necessary
(B) dangerous
(C) strange
(D) hungry
46.Two gas company servicemen, a senior training supervisor and a young trainee, were out checking meters in a suburban neighborhood. They parked their truck at the end of the alley and worked their way to the other end. At the last house a woman looking out her kitchen window watched the two men as they checked her gas meter. Finishing the meter check, the senior supervisor challenged his younger co-worker to a foot race down the alley back to the truck to prove that an older guy could out-run a younger one. As they came running up to the truck, they realized the lady from that last house was huffing and puffing right behind them. They stopped and asked her what was wrong. Gasping for breath, she replied, “When I see two gas men running as hard as you two were, I figured I’d better run too!”
【題組】 46 What does “trainee” in the first sentence mean?
(A) beginner
(B) manager
(C) porter
(D) teacher
47.【題組】47 What does the phrase “huffing and puffing” mean according to the passage?
(A) blowing
(B) chasing
(C) gasping
(D) running
48.【題組】48 Why is the woman running after two gas company servicemen?
(A) Just for fun.
(B) She wants to practice running.
(C) The two servicemen have stolen something from her.
(D) She is afraid that there might be danger in her house.
49.【題組】49 How do you describe the relationship between the senior training supervisor and the young trainee?
(A) chilly
(B) friendly
(C) intense
(D) nervous
50.【題組】50 Which of the following can be inferred from this passage?
(A) The woman smells gas leaking.
(B) The woman likes to run after people.
(C) The two servicemen have broken the woman’s gas meter.
(D) The woman thought there might be something wrong with her gas meter.