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1.1.( ) The clouds parted and a__________of light fell on the church, through the windows, and onto the floor. 
(A) dip 
(B) beam 
(C) spark 
(D) path

2.2.( ) After the first snow of the year, the entire grassland disappeared under a     __________of snow. 
(A) flake 
(B) blossom 
(C) blanket 
(D) flash

3.3.( ) Jamie: All of our hard work has finally paid off. Minnie: Why do you say that? Jamie: The innocent Filipino that was forced to confess to a crime he didn’t commit was released. Minnie: How come? Jamie: Many people around the world joined Amnesty International and wrote letters to the Philippine government and to protest. Isn’t it great? Minnie: __________    
(A) No, because people expect you to use your right hand when you are writing. 
(B) No, because writing and making gestures is considered unfriendly. 
(C) Yes. It’s nice to know that people around the world care about human rights. 
(D) Yes. The people were probably surprised that you know their customs.

4.4.( ) One simple yet good way to__________ your love for your family is to express it directly in words. 
(A) manifest 
(B) resemble 
(C) execute 
(D) instruct

5.5.( ) The candy can no longer be sold because it was found to contain artificial ingredients far beyond the __________    level. 
(A) abundant 
(B) immense 
(C) permissible 
(D) descriptive

6.6.( ) One week after the typhoon, some bridges were finally opened and bus service__________in the country’s most severely damaged areas. 
(A) departed 
(B) resumed 
(C) transported 
(D) corresponded

7.7.( ) Tom: You know what she should do? She should... Kevin: Don’t say anything!__________     
(A) You should set off now! 
(B) You can cope with the problem! 
(C) You will make matters worse! 
(D) You will take advantage of her!

8.8.( ) __________ some big companies are concerned, profit is much more important than public welfare. 
(A) As far as 
(B) As long as 
(C) As soon as 
(D) As much as

9.9.( )__________ behalf of all the people that received help from you, I am writing to thank you for your generous donation to our charity. 
(A) For 
(B) To 
(C) In 
(D) On

10.10( ) The employees expressed their demands__________ the pay issue. 
(A) regarding 
(B) regard to 
(C) regarded 
(D) regard as

11.11( ) Jake doesn’t like his boss because she often picks__________ him. 
(A) out 
(B) up 
(C) for 
(D) on

12.12( ) Animals bred in the zoo have shorter lifespans than those in the wild. Therefore, animals born of unnatural breeding programs are not __________. 
(A) work on 
(B) better off 
(C) identify with 
(D) result from

13.13.( ) The studio, whose investment is at risk,__________ changes that they feel will make the film more likely to succeed at the box office. 
(A) insists on 
(B) comes to 
(C) pays a price of 
(D) isolates from

14.14( ) The little girl’s heavenly voice__________. The judges named her the winner of the talent show and said that she would be the next big star in the music industry. 
(A) found inspiration in everyone 
(B) stood tall 
(C) called everyone names 
(D) blew everyone’s minds

15.15( ) Pokѐmon Go once __________ Taiwan. You could easily spot people everywhere on the street playing it. 
(A) occurred to 
(B) caught on in 
(C) dependent on 
(D) afforded to

16.16( ) The company will make changes to deal with its financial situation;__________    , some employees will have to leave. 
(A) in addition 
(B) even so 
(C) in other words 
(D) on the other hand

17.17( ) Anderson’s grandfather and uncle were arrested for murdering their neighbors; therefore, Anderson has tried to__________ himself__________ them and moved out of his hometown. 
(A) distance ... from 
(B) blame ... on 
(C) contribute ... to 
(D) devote ... to

18.18( ) Tom: The picture brought to mind my grandfather. James: The man with a full head of gray hair is your grandfather while the toddler is you? Tom: Yeah, I was one then. James:__________     Tom: So I heard. My aunts said I was the apple of his eyes. 
(A) I guess it must grieve you to see him getting bald. 
(B) It looks as if he loves you very much. 
(C) Do you fondly think of him? 
(D) Unsurprisingly, you look full of life.

19.19( ) Jace: This book is so amazing! Levi: What’s it about? Jace: It’s about ancient Chinese myths with giants like Kua Fu Chases the Sun and Pangu Separates the Sky from the Earth. Levi: I thought giants only appeared in Western folktales. I didn’t know those stories were also about giants. Jace:Actually, __________. 
(A) it really astonishes me that they were giants 
(B) giants are common in old stories around the world 
(C) I’ve written many stories about giants 
(D) giants were more mischievous than you thought

20.20( ) Justin: The course just now was so interesting that I couldn’t stop taking notes. Steve: You can say that again. I certainly broaded my horizons after the professor introduced us to Oscar Wilde. Justin: For me, the part about his homosexuality was especially inspiring. Steve: __________. It is hard to imagine such a situation now. Justin: We are so fortunate to live in an era when the LGBT community has been widely accepted. 
(A) Was he a homosexual? It seemed that I didn’t pay attention to that part of the course. 
(B) In those days, having an illicit relationship with men was considered a crime. 
(C) He was such a brilliant playwright, writing several short fiction stories that are still popular now. 
(D) Sexual orientation is not chosen. Rather, it is genetically determined.

21.21( ) Lena: I wish I could win the lottery and never need to worry about money again. Oscar:__________ Be careful what you wish for, in case it comes true! Lena: What do you mean? Oscar:     
(A) You can’t break the curse unless you reverse the situation. 
(B) Don’t overlook the details when you are signing a contract. 
(C) I want to win some money, so your wish contrasts with mine. 
(D) Even becoming rich might not turn out the way you want.

22.22( ) Oliver: Have you ever thought about time travel? Vicky: Not at all. Why do you ask? Oliver: __________    I am a little interested in seeing it. 
(A) Because there’s a movie dealing with the concept. 
(B) Time travel has been increasingly popular recently. 
(C) I hope I will become an astronaut in the near future. 
(D) It’s because you are always talking about traveling

The village was holding its annual lottery. It took place on a warm mid-summer day,__(1)__ the people gathered in the square.__(2)__by Mr. Summers, who ran the local coal business, the lottery began. As Mr.Summers read out the names of each family in the village, the men came up one by one to take a paper out of the__(3)__black box in front of him. When the box was empty, all of the slips of paper were opened__(4)__ . Bill Hutchinson picked the paper__(5)__ the black dot on it. Five pieces of paper were put back in the box, one for each member of the Hutchinson family. One of them had a black dot.

【題組】23( )
(A) that 
(B) what 
(C) who 
(D) when

24.【題組】24( )
(A) Presided over 
(B) Having presided 
(C) To preside over 
(D) Presiding over

25.【題組】25( )
(A) fresh 
(B) shabby 
(C) frantic 
(D) nagging

26.【題組】26( )
(A) originally 
(B) undoubtedly 
(C) virtually 
(D) simultaneously

27.【題組】27( )
(A) through 
(B) with 
(C) at 
(D) into

28.Many people are anxious about the future. They are afraid of where it is taking them. What can help them combat this fear is a small word with a big idea__(1)__ inside it. That word is hope. There are many kinds of hope, but the best one is the__(2)__ hope, which is based on action. In other words, you can make things better__(3)__you take action. And hope is not just something that individuals have. There is such a thing as __(4)__ hope, which is held and grown together by groups of people. By coming together, people can stand __(5)__fear, hatred, and other bad things. Hope has great power.
【題組】28( )
(A) capturing 
(B) captured 
(C) to capture 
(D) capture

29.【題組】29( )
(A) grounded 
(B) forbidden 
(C) minuscule 
(D) colossal

30.【題組】30( )
(A) so that 
(B) as if 
(C) even though 
(D) as long as

31.【題組】31( )
(A) informative 
(B) constructive 
(C) collective 
(D) competitive

32.【題組】32( )
(A) with 
(B) to 
(C) against 
(D) for

       Tea, the most typical English drink, became established in Britain because of the influence of a foreign princess, Catherine of Braganza, the queen of Charles II. A lover of tea since her childhood in Portugal, she brought tea-drinking to the English royal court and set a trend for the beverage in the seventeenth century. The fashion soon spread beyond the circle of the nobility to the middle classes, and tea became a popular drink at the London coffee houses where people met to do business and discuss events of the day. Many employers served a cup of tea to their workers in the middle of the morning, thus inventing a lasting British institution, the “tea break.” However, drinking tea in social settings outside the workplace was beyond the means of the majority of British people. It came with a high price tag and tea was taxed as well.   
       Around 1800, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, Anne Maria, began the popular practice of “afternoon tea,” a ceremony taking place at about four o’clock. Until then, people did not usually eat or drink anything between lunch and dinner. At approximately the same time, the Earl of Sandwich popularized a new way of eating bread—in thin slices, with something (e.g., jam or cucumbers) between them. Before long, a small meal at the end of the afternoon, involving tea and sandwiches, had become part of the British way of life.   
       As tea became much cheaper during the nineteenth century, its popularity spread right through all corners of the British society. Thus, tea became Britain’s favorite drink. In working-class households, it was served with the main meal of the day, eaten when workers returned home after a day’s labor. This meal has become known as “high tea.” Today, tea can be drunk at any time of the day, and accounts for over two-fifths of all beverages consumed in Britain—with the exception of water.

【題組】33( ) How is this passage organized? 
(A) By cause and effect. 
(B) In the order of importance. 
(C) In the sequence of time. 
(D) By comparison and contrast.

34.【題組】34( ) What does the phrase “a lasting British institution” in the first paragraph mean? 
(A) The most popular British organization. 
(B) A long-standing tradition in the UK. 
(C) The last tea company in London. 
(D) A well-established British business.

35.【題組】35( ) According to the passage, why was tea NOT a common drink of everyday life in the seventeenth century? 
(A) It was only served at coffee houses in London. 
(B) It was taxed as an alcoholic drink. 
(C) It was forbidden outside of the business setting. 
(D) It was too expensive for most people.

36.【題組】36( ) According to the passage, which of the following is true? 
(A) High tea was served later in the day than afternoon tea in the nineteenth century. 
(B) British people had tea breaks twice a day in the eighteenth century. 
(C) Princess Catherine brought tea to England after visiting Portugal. 
(D) The Earl of Sandwich started the afternoon tea ceremony.  

37.   The planet’s deepest point is in the Pacific Ocean’s Mariana Trench, which lies miles below the sea surface. According to a new study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, even in this remote locale, creatures cannot escape pollution.  
       A team of researchers recently sent a remotely operated vehicle into the depths of the Mariana Trench. They found that extraordinarily high levels of forbidden industrial chemicals are contaminating marine life more than 7 miles deep in the trench. The small hard-shelled marine life that the robotic submarine brought to the surface was polluted with toxic chemicals, with toxin levels 50 times greater than those of the most heavily polluted rivers in the world.  
       These pollution levels were not the only alarming aspect of the discovery. The types of compounds found were all considered “persistent organic pollutants” (POPs), meaning they stick around in the environment for a very long time. Two of the most prevalent types are PCBs and PBDEs. PCBs were once used in many industrial applications, but were outlawed in the United States in the 1970s after being linked to cancer. Similarly, PBDEs were used in a wide range of products — from electronics to couch cushions. Neither chemical breaks down in the environment.  
       These compounds stick to the surface of materials like plastic. Many creatures mistakenly eat this colorful but toxic material, causing the POPs to build up in their bodies, lurking in their fat tissues. When these sea creatures die, their POP-riddled bodies sink to the ocean floor, where deep-sea marine life eat their remains. POPs are therefore transferred to other creatures along the food chain.  
       The Mariana Trench is many miles away from any industrial source. This suggests that these pollutants travel over long distances despite having been prohibited worldwide decades ago.

【題組】37( ) What is the passage mainly about? 
(A) The decrease of polluted creatures in the food chain. 
(B) Using remote control in research on marine pollution. 
(C) Pollution of the deep sea by persistent toxic chemicals. 
(D) Types of chemical pollution caused by industrial applications.

38.【題組】38( ) Which of the following is closest in meaning to “POP-riddled” in paragraph 4? 
(A) Operated by POPs. 
(B) Filled with POPs. 
(C) Completed with POPs. 
(D) Discarded by POPs.

39.【題組】39( ) According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? 
(A) PCBs are often used in making electronic products. 
(B) Chemicals washed down to the ocean stay on the surface. 
(C) The deepest point of the Mariana Trench is free from pollution. 
(D) A robotic vehicle was used to help study pollution in the Mariana Trench.

40.【題組】40( ) Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? 
(A) Marine pollution poses a threat to human health. 
(B) Strict regulations are being developed to stop ocean pollution. 
(C) PCBs and PBDEs become less harmful over long periods of time. 
(D) Chemical pollution is more serious in rivers than in industrial areas.



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111 年 - 桃園市新興國際中小學附設國中部111學年度一年級英語#106108-阿摩線上測驗

111 年 - 桃園市新興國際中小學附設國中部111學年度一年級英語#106108