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111 年 - 111 第一銀行新進人員甄選_一般行員 A_共同科目:英文#107083 

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1.1. The mayor declared a citywide _____ ahead of a storm that is expected to bring record rainfall this weekend.
(A) concealment
(B) predicate
(C) emergency
(D) faintness

2.2. The president criticized the media and said the constant talk of a coming war was creating _____ and hurting the country’s economy.
(A) companion
(B) panic
(C) bandage
(D) essence

3.3. The recent series of unfortunate events made him feel _____ and lost all hope.
(A) settled
(B) depressed
(C) refined
(D) triumphed

4.4. I can’t _____ whether it was a rainy or snowy day when he last visited us. It was so many years ago.
(A) recall
(B) indulge
(C) pamper
(D) afford

5.5. We differ from our _____ in that we value our customers’ trust as our most important asset, and that’s why we are able to stay ahead in the competition.
(A) champions
(B) rivals
(C) editors
(D) assistants

6.6. This is his fourth _____ to learn the song. He has already tried three times in the past month.
(A) clearance
(B) plantation
(C) attempt
(D) monastery

7.7. _____ of the town can buy tickets to the show at a discount, but you need to show your ID to prove that you live in the town.
(A) Surveyors
(B) Emigrants
(C) Auditors
(D) Residents

8.8. As the gunman opened fire, they all ran for _____ behind the trees.
(A) appearance
(B) presence
(C) income
(D) safety

9.9. The interior designer needs to _____ the size of the room to see if the furniture will fit there.
(A) measure
(B) express
(C) locate
(D) struggle

10.10. They have to wear _____ clothing for the short visits, and their radiation levels have to be tested after they leave the room.
(A) satisfactory
(B) powerful
(C) tropical
(D) protective

11.11. With a work _____, a foreigner can apply for a work visa in order to have temporary residence in Taiwan.
(A) permit
(B) discount
(C) doubt
(D) rent

12.12. Despite Jason’s apparent _____ views, he still practices the traditional ceremonies and regulations of a puritan.
(A) historical
(B) liberal
(C) sensitive
(D) attractive

13.13. Skydivers often open their _____ upwind of the intended landing area, and then land into the wind to minimize speed.
(A) publications
(B) parachutes
(C) procedures
(D) possessions

14.14. Samantha flew into a _____ when she heard that her older brother would be getting her family’s real estate.
(A) economy
(B) hardware
(C) underpass
(D) rage

15.15. Severe _____ reactions to vaccines are rare and difficult to predict, generally occurring at a rate of approximately one event per million cases.
(A) distinctive
(B) subjective
(C) transparent
(D) allergic

16.16. Either you or your mother _____ to come and sign the paper before next Wednesday.
(A) need
(B) are needing
(C) be needed
(D) needs

17.17. You have to stop _____ so much if you want to stay healthy.
(A) to drink and smoke
(B) drink and smoke
(C) drinking and smoking
(D) be drinking and smoking

18.18. It was _____ experience that I still remember it clearly today.
(A) so much wonderful
(B) such a wonderful
(C) so a wonderful
(D) wonderful such as

19.19. All those _____ in the woods were found later by the police.
(A) who lost
(B) were lost
(C) been lost
(D) lost

20.20. _____ his past behavior, I wouldn’t be surprised if you don’t welcome him.
(A) Given
(B) To give
(C) Giving
(D) Be given

21.21. I don’t think your parents will be happy to hear about it. _____ them.
(A) You better not to tell
(B) You no telling
(C) You’d better not tell
(D) You don’t have told

22.22. It’s ridiculous that the necklace costs fifty dollars only but the box costs _____.
(A) twice as much
(B) two that much
(C) twice so
(D) at such two times

23.23. I’m so glad that I left early, or I _____ caught in the accident.
(A) could was
(B) could have been
(C) can to be
(D) can been

24.24. I didn’t enjoy _____ those papers and I was glad to be rid of them.
(A) make
(B) made
(C) to make
(D) making

25.25. Your shoes are worn out, but hers still _____ good.
(A) looks
(B) look
(C) is looking
(D) has looked

26.26. Bob was a pioneer in the industry, and much of what he did _____ now the standard today.
(A) is
(B) are
(C) am
(D) will be

27.27. These girls want to play _____ piano, and those boys want to play _____ basketball.
(A) x / x
(B) the / the
(C) x / the
(D) the / x

28.28. The water at the surface of the sea is warmer than _____ at greater depths.
(A) it
(B) they
(C) what
(D) that

29.29. Cynthia _____ in a bookstore since she graduated from university in 2015.
(A) works
(B) worked
(C) is working
(D) has been working

30.30. _____ from the top of the mountain, the beach is crowded with hotels and others high-rise buildings
(A) See
(B) Seeing
(C) Seen
(D) To see

        There are at least two different versions of the origin of the Buffalo wings, although they contain the same basic facts. The first plate of the tasty chicken wings in orange sauce was served in 1964 at a family-owned establishment in Buffalo called the Anchor Bar. The wings were the invention of Teressa Bellissimo, who   31    them in her own special sauce and served them with a side of blue cheese and celery because that’s what she had available. In 1980, Teressa Bellissimo’s husband, Frank, told the New Yorker that the wings had been invented out of   32   : the bar had accidentally received a shipment of wings (instead of other chicken parts) and didn’t know what to do with them. However, Bellissimo’s son, Dominic, disputed his father’s story. Dominic claimed that the wings were a midnight snack Teressa created on his   33   : he had been drinking with friends and asked his mother to whip up something for them to eat. The stories don’t necessarily   34   each other—perhaps Teressa decided to serve her son some of the extra chicken wings from the mistaken shipment—but all three Bellissimo family members have since passed away, so it’s   35   to prove which version is correct.

(A) involved
(B) covered
(C) drilled
(D) pumped

(A) luxury
(B) design
(C) necessity
(D) explanation

(A) request
(B) institution
(C) message
(D) sentiment

(A) seek
(B) contradict
(C) determine
(D) forgive

(A) reasonable
(B) defendable
(C) unchangeable
(D) impossible

         The idea of a soul or spirit that is associated with personal identity and consciousness is common throughout the world. In the Eastern cultures   36   there is a belief in some non-physical part of a human being, there has been the belief that the soul or spirit will eventually become absorbed or extinguished and there will be no survival of individual consciousness or identity. However, in Western cultures there is the idea of the survival of the soul or spirit. It originated at times when the average life expectancy was very   37   compared to what is the case today. Perhaps the idea of a survival in some form after death was   38   due to the brief and often very difficult life encountered by humans. Such a belief in survival of personal identity and consciousness provided a number of very positive results. There would be hope for a future life   39   the present life and devoid of problems. There would be concern to live a proper life so as to secure the promise of the better life in the next world. There would be the hope that   40   would prevail if not in this world then in some other, where the good would be rewarded and those who broke some moral code would be dealt with appropriately, even punished.

(A) how
(B) when
(C) where
(D) what

(A) low
(B) fresh
(C) solid
(D) dry

(A) relative
(B) failing
(C) depressing
(D) attractive

(A) better than
(B) far from
(C) prior to
(D) instead of

(A) artistry
(B) justice
(C) infancy
(D) magnitude

41.四、閱讀測驗 第一篇: 
        Getting your kids involved in golf at an early age could set them up for success in all aspects of life. Golf is a great way to get the kids physically active in a safe environment. And the benefits go beyond physical fitness—it can benefit their mental and emotional development as well as help develop social and emotional skills that will last their whole lives.
        There are several important benefits of golf for kids’ health and physical fitness. First of all, golf promotes overall physical fitness. Playing golf strengthens the spine and core muscles, and it can encourage children to try other sports and activities. The physical skills they learn in golf, such as hand-eye coordination, can carry over and help them succeed in other sports and develop lifelong healthy exercise habits. Second, golf is a low-intensity and non-contact sport. A low-intensity workout is great for kids as it won’t over-burden their small, growing bodies. This low-impact activity still provides vital exercise that promotes overall health. Golf courses are safe, positive spaces, and the sport is gentle, with little chance of major injury. Unlike other popular kids’ sports such as football and hockey, where there’s a higher chance of tackling injuries, golf is a relatively safe sport for kids to play. Golf also cultivates a love of nature. The game gets kids outside, breathing in the fresh air and enjoying the sunshine. Most golf courses are carefully maintained and beautifully landscaped, allowing anyone who plays to enjoy the beauty of the trees and flowers on-site, as well as a wide variety of birds and other animals that live in and around the courses. Most importantly, playing golf benefits vision. One of the consequences of our modern era with computer screens, video games, and smartphones is that kids are developing nearsightedness at a higher rate. A natural way to combat this is with regular outdoor activity and to focus on objects farther away. Golf is a great way to accomplish both of these, helping this issue and preventing the development of nearsightedness in children.

【題組】41. What is the second paragraph mainly about?
(A) Why playing golf helps children succeed in career
(B) The physical and mental benefits of golf for children
(C) How golf benefits children physically
(D) Golf as a great way to improve children’s vision

42.【題組】42. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage as a benefit of golf playing for children?
(A) Golf is safer than football or hockey.
(B) Golf helps children know more successful people.
(C) Golf promotes a love of nature.
(D) Golf can prevent nearsightedness in children.

43.【題組】43. What can be inferred from the passage?
(A) Computers and smart phones can help children learn better in school.
(B) Playing sports benefits children’s health but not social skills.
(C) Golf is a non-contact sport, so children will not get COVID playing golf.
(D) Some golf-related skills can be useful in other sports as well.

44.【題組】44. According to the passage, which of the following is the best for children’s health?
(A) Spending time in nature and enjoying sunshine
(B) Planting trees and keeping birds as pets
(C) Taking lessons on improving social skills
(D) Becoming a member of a fancy beach club

45.【題組】45. Where can the passage most likely be found?
(A) A newspaper editorial on raising competitive children in modern America
(B) A research paper comparing the effects of golf and other sports on children’s physical development
(C) A brochure of a club that offers golf lessons for children
(D) A textbook on sports and children’s emotional well-being

         Face coverings as a way of protecting our health go back at least 2,000 years. The Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder used animal-bladder skins as masks to filter dust while working with toxic minerals. In China there is evidence of similar face coverings in the Yuan dynasty. In his travelogue written during this period, the Italian explorer Marco Polo described servants of the Chinese emperor wearing silk scarves to cover their mouths and noses to prevent their breath from contaminating the food they prepared. By the early 14th century, the Black Death had prompted widespread use of facial coverings. Another outbreak in the 17th century led to the invention of the beak mask by French doctor Charles de Lorme. Covering the entire face, the mask had glass portals so the wearer could see, and the beak was often filled with spices to filter out disease. Artist Leonardo da Vinci soaked cloth in water and placed it on his face to prevent toxic chemicals from paint and plaster from entering his lungs. People trying to escape a burning building are still advised to do so to protect their lungs from the effects of smoke inhalation. The discovery of the presence of bacteria in the air by Louis Pasteur made people aware of the dangers of breathing in harmful pathogens. Therefore, doctors asked people to wear cotton masks to limit contagion during epidemics. Fashionable women also wore lace veils to protect their lungs from harmful airborne particles. In the early 20th century, Wu Lien-teh, a public-health specialist, developed a mask from layers of cotton with ties so that it could be hung on the ears. This was the prototype from which the masks used in medicine today developed. In 1905 Chicago physician Alice Hamilton measured the bacteria from healthy doctors and nurses when they talked or coughed, leading her to recommend masks during surgery. Her recommendations led to widespread use of protective masks for surgeons and nurses.

【題組】46. What is the best title for the passage?
(A) How Face Masks Change Our Lives
(B) A Brief History of Face Masks
(C) Why People Prefer Face Masks to Veils
(D) Face Masks and Modern Life

47.【題組】47. Which of the following is true?
(A) Face coverings started out as a fashion statement.
(B) Face masks may cause more air and water pollution.
(C) Cotton masks do not protect people from harmful bacteria.
(D) Bacteria may come out of healthy people’s mouths and noses.

48.【題組】48. What can be inferred from the passage?
(A) Protective masks have been worn by surgeons and nurses for more than 100 years.
(B) People did not know there were bacteria in the air until COVID appeared in 2019.
(C) The first medical mask was invented by an artist.
(D) Face coverings were first used by servants of Chinese emperors.

49.【題組】49. Which of the following is most closely associated with the modern version of medical masks?
(A) Wu Lien-teh
(B) Leonardo da Vinci
(C) Louis Pasteur
(D) Marco Polo

50.【題組】50. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT mentioned as a purpose of wearing face coverings?
(A) Infectious diseases will not spread as quickly.
(B) Bacteria will not hurt the patient in surgery.
(C) Fashionable ladies will not need to show their faces in public.
(D) Toxic chemicals will not be breathed in by artists working with paint or plaster.



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111 年 - 111 第一銀行新進人員甄選_一般行員 A_共同科目:英文#107083-阿摩線上測驗

111 年 - 111 第一銀行新進人員甄選_一般行員 A_共同科目:英文#107083