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1.16. In recent years, English is a language used mainly in multilingual contexts for communication between non-native speakers. In a sense, what status has English gained for international communication?
(A) Lingua franca.
(B) Communicative competence.
(C) Multilingualism.
(D) Official language


2.17. Regarding internal structure of the syllable unit, which of the following is NOT found in the monosyllabic English word “sprit”?
(A) Onset
(B) Rhyme
(C) Theme
(D) Coda


3.18. How many different vowel sounds are there in the following words? seat, sit, safe, set, sat, sot, soot, suit, feet, fit, fate, fret, fat, fought, foot, fruit
(A) 7
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 10


4.19. Which of the following about morphemes is incorrect?
(A) Morphemes like true, mother, and orange are free morphemes.
(B) –ful, –ed, re- are bound morphemes.
(C) –ment and mis- are derivational morphemes.
(D) a- and -ed are inflectional morphemes.


5.20. __________ is especially popular in the speech of students, where it has yielded forms like prof for professor, phys-ed for physical education, poli-sci for political science, and burger for hamburger.
(A) Conversion
(B) Backformation
(C) Onomatopoeia
(D) Clipping


6.21. Which of the following is NOT a minimal pair?
(A) pat/bat
(B) tough/bough
(C) either/ether
(D) peace/peas


7.22. Plain as in plain check, plain Jane, and plains Indian are considered __________.
(A) polysemous lexical items
(B) homonymous lexical items
(C) metaphoric lexical items
(D)synonymous lexical items


8.23. Sue: Is the boss in? Alan: The light's on in her office. Sue: Oh, thanks! Alan's reply is an example of __________.
(A) maxim of relevance
(B) cooperative principle
(C) indirect speech act
(D) politeness


9.24. Which pair of words contains relational opposites?
(A) sleep/wake
(B) give/receive
(C) descend/ascend
(D) wrap/unwrap


10.25. Which of the underlined parts is a derivational morpheme?
(A) She had broken   a finger.
(B) The window was   broken.
(C) She was breaking  her rules.
(D) She cried with a broken  heart.


11.26. Which of the underlined phrases has an adjective as the head of the phrase?
(A) She is a famous writer of fairytales.
(B) She stunned in a fairytale gown.
(C) She is very fond of fairytales.
(D) She built a fairytale house.


12.27. Examine the following two sentences. What is the first sentence to the second sentence? (1) Her son robbed the bank. (2) That her son robbed the bank made Susie very sad.
(A) Entailment.
(B) Implicature.
(C) Presupposition.
(D) Paraphrase.


13.28. The major teaching technique of the method is the use of commands to direct student behavior, that is, the commands are given to get students to perform an action; the action makes the meaning of the commands clear.
(A) Direct
(B) Audio-Lingual
(C) Silent Way
(D) Total Physical Response


14.29. The sentence “What’s your name?” consists of what + is + your + name. Sean heard and picked up the whole utterance without analysis of the individual parts. Sean learned this utterance as __________.
(A) positive transfer
(B) a formulaic sequence
(C) a part of universal grammar
(D) a formal feature of the language


15.30. What is a foreign language learner’s ability to discriminate among sounds, to recognize grammatical functions of words in a sentence, and to extract patterns from the input?
(A) Aptitude
(B) Motivation
(C) Intelligence
(D) Affective filter


16.31. Self-assessment is extremely important in that it promotes invaluable learning skills such as monitoring one’s own progress, reflecting on one’s abilities and learning style, and setting personal goals. Which of the following is NOT the most widely used self-assessment method?
(A) Portfolios
(B) Conferencing
(C) Dialogue journals
(D) Take-home tasks


17.32. In a test, almost every student chose a right word for the picture of an apple. We say this item has __________.
(A) low discrimination
(B) low reliability
(C) high difficulty
(D) high validity


18.33. According to Tomlinson (2001), differentiated instruction is NOT __________.
(A) student-centered
(B) the individualized instruction
(C) a blend of whole-class, group, and individual instruction
(D) an approach that addresses academic diversity


19.34. In a class, Mr. Lin asked students, “What word would remain if [s] was taken away from stop? What task did Mr. Lin implement in class?
(A) A jigsaw task
(B) A spelling task
(C) A phonemic awareness task
(D) An information-gap task


20.35. Consider the sentences in the familiar story, “The House that Jack Built.”
This is the house that Jack built.
 This is the cheese that lay in the house that Jack built.
 This is the rat that ate the cheese that lay in the house that Jack built.
This is the cat that killed the rat that ate the cheese that lay in the house that Jack built.
 What does this set of sentences reveal about the nature of human language?
(A) Recursion
(B) Topicalization
(C) Assimilation
(D) Complementary distribution


21.36. Which of the following information about sight words is incorrect?
(A) Sight words are words that readers recognize immediately without needing to resort to analysis.
(B) Most practice with sight words should involve the words in context.
(C) Early choices for sight words to be taught should be words that are extremely useful and meaningful.
(D) Teaching phonics is essential in learning to recognize sight words.


22.37. Students listen twice to a short talk. The first time, students listen for the main idea, and then the second time the listen for details. Next, students write down what they have remembered from the talk based on their notes taken while listening. Then, they work with a partner to construct together the best version of what they have heard. What they write is shared with the whole class for a peer-editing session. This technique is called __________.
(A)graphic organizer
(B) dialogue journal
(C) auditory discrimination
(D) dictogloss


23.38. Which of the following teaching approaches employs an analytic syllabus?
(A) The Direct Method
(B) Audio-Lingual Method
(C) Content-based Instruction
(D) Communicative Language Teaching


24.39. Which of the situations would increase the reliability of a language test?
(A) Having more items on the test
(B) Rating the test subjectively
(C) Designing a more difficult test
(D) Having variations in test task characteristics


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40. Examine the following stages, through which John acquires irregular past tense forms. At what stages does John’s grammar undergo restructuring?
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(A) Stages 1 & 2
(B) Stages 2 & 3
(C) Stages 3 & 4
(D) Stages 4 & 5



26.41. John says, “He walk to school.” Which of the following sentences produced by the teacher is considered as negative evidence for John?
(A) T: Pardon me?
(B) T: No. He does not walk to school.
(C) T: Yes. He walks to school.
(D) T: Remember when the subject is he, the verb should be studies.


27.42. Which of the following is NOT what Whole Language teachers do?
(A) Encouraging lots of reading and theme cycle explorations
(B) Helping readers understand the role of predicting and self-correcting
(C) Planning for opportunities for oral discussion and writing
(D) Engaging learners in strategies such as sounding out and reading accurately


28.43. The language tryptich is a key concept in the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach. Which of the following is NOT included?
(A) Language as learning
(B) Language of learning
(C) Language for learning
(D) Language through learning


29.44. In recent years, education departments in Taiwan are working hard on ways to implement programs where non-language subjects such as arts, math, PE, or science are instructed in English. This approach is most similar to __________.
(A) the lexical approach
(B) content-based instruction
(C) cooperative language learning
(D) competency-based language teaching


30.45. The bilingual experimental programs at five elementary schools (東新、文昌、懷生、永吉、明道國小) in Taipei City are those which have __________.
(A) at least one native English speaker teacher
(B) more than three English language classes per week
(C) one-third of their total class periods taught in English
(D) established an English scenario center for at least three years


31.46.以下哪個基礎能力模式強調「一開始學習者第二語言的能力是十分有限,所以須從第一語言來學習第二語言,此時 老師同時使用兩個語言;然後再逐漸減少第一語言、增加使用第二語言,待學生第二語言的知識和能力到了某一程 度後,才全部使用第二語言」?
(A)分離(separate)
(B)共同(common)
(C)整合(integrated)
(D)依賴(dependent)


32.47.根據「臺北市國民小學英語文暨彈性學習教學綱要」,下列何者為「能有節奏(rhythm)的說出句子」的學習內涵?
(A) 能吟唱簡易的歌謠、韻文,如兒歌、童謠等。
(B) 能以課堂中所學的字詞和句子簡單地介紹家人和朋友。
(C) 能依據語意,以輕重拍適切地說出句子,如重音落在實詞,虛詞輕輕帶過。
(D) 能說出押尾韻(如 cat/mat)、押頭韻(如 must/mat)的字詞,並能流利的念出繞口令。


33.48.下列那一項不是本市英語課程實施方法中「讀/寫教學活動實施建議」之一?
(A) 運用字母拼讀卡、字詞閃示卡、實物或情境圖片…等來幫助辨識/強化 字母、字、詞或理解字、詞與句子的意 義,及其適當用法。
(B) 運用菜單、時間表、行程表、地圖、指標等各種實際生活資料,活化英語學習。
(C) 書寫活動應依摹寫、拼寫、聽寫、書寫、創作,循序漸進。
(D) 運用熟悉的童話故事,提高閱讀興趣,增強基本閱讀能力。


34.49. 為銜接「十二年國民基本教育課程綱要語文領域-英語文」,臺北市國小英語輔導團出版之補充教材 English Easy Go 第十至十二輯、國家教育研究院開發之課程手冊教學示例與教學模組等教學設計資源,是為針對「十二年國民 基本教育課程綱要語文領域-英語文」所新增的以下哪一方面學習表現?
(A) 文化理解
(B) 學習方法與策略
(C) 學習興趣與態度
(D) 邏輯思考、判斷與創造力


35.50.根據「臺北市國民小學英語文暨彈性學習教學綱要」,下列何者為高年段才出現的句型?
(A) What does he/she do? He’s/She’s a teacher.
(B) What does he/she like? He/She likes cats.
(C) What can he/she do? He/She can swim.
(D) What are these/those? They are cars/tigers/erasers


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