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1.31 An American may have great difficulty_____ a Chinese from a Japanese. To westerners, they are both Asian.
(A) distinguishing
(B) associating
(C) contributing
(D) occupying


2.32 After years of trying, the couple have finally _____the fact that they will never have their own children. They decided to adopt one.
(A) carried out
(B) brought about
(C) come to terms with
(D) looked up to


3.33 John: So you have a crush on Helen? Ken: Shh! This is between you and me, you know. John: _____
(A) Sure, there is no hurry.
(B) Yes, she is the apple of her parents’ eye.
(C) Don’t worry. Helen is not in a rush.
(D) Of course, I won’t tell anyone.


4.34 The personnel office has made a_____ effort to make itself more efficient in responding to employees’ need.
(A) virtual
(B) vocational
(C) valiant
(D) versatile


5.35 In yesterday’s protest, the demonstrators_____ leaflets of their claims against air pollution to passers-by.
(A) contributed
(B) distributed
(C) distracted
(D) concentrated


6.36 A: How did you like the trip to Penghu? B: _____A: Oh, that’s too bad.
(A) I enjoyed every moment of it.
(B) Nothing could be better.
(C) I wish you could be with me.
(D) I felt seasick most of the time.


7.37 Darren: You must be very excited about going to Vancouver for schooling. Paula:_____ , but I’m afraid I can’t do well because my English is poor.
(A) I really don’t know
(B) Well, I ought to be
(C) Don’t mention it
(D) Certainly not


8.       Men who receive transplanted kidneys from women are more likely to lose or reject them than they would organs from other men. Physician Martin Zeier of the University of Heidelberg uncovered this pattern by scouring a giant database called the Collaborative Transplant Study, which collects records of organ donation from patients in 49 countries. After analyzing records of nearly 167,000 kidney, heart, and liver transplants, he found that men had a 22 percent higher risk of rejecting or losing a donated kidney from a woman than one from a man within one year of transplant. Men were also 13 percent more likely to lose a woman’s heart. No parallel effect was seen in women who received kidney or heart transplants from men.       This pattern hints at a fundamental, still-unknown difference between the immune systems of men and women. The presence or absence of estrogen, or a gender-related difference in the distribution of chemical receptors on the surface of cells, might influence immune reactions that can lead to organ acceptance or rejection. Nonetheless, Zeier would never advise a man to turn down a female kidney, especially since rejection can often be reversed with the proper drug regimen. And there are other factors—the age and health of the donor, for example—that are much more important than the gender difference.
【題組】38 Which of the following is NOT true about the Collaborative Transplant Study?
(A) It collects specifically data about kidney transplants.
(B) Its data comes from more than a dozen countries.
(C) It was used by Dr. Zeier to study the success or failure of organ transplants.
(D) The data is collected from both male and female patients.


9.【題組】39 According to this passage, what happens when a man receives a heart from a woman?
(A) The success rate is higher than when he receives one from another man.
(B) His body is more likely to accept it than when a woman receives one from another woman.
(C) His body is more likely to reject it than when a woman receives a heart from a man.
(D) He has the same chance of success as when he receives one from another man.


10.【題組】40 Why would Zeier not advise a man to turn down a donation from a woman?
(A) Other factors might be more important than gender differences.
(B) The immune systems of males and females are not as different as often assumed.
(C) Different kinds of organs may have different success rates.
(D) Much still remains unknown about the gender-related differences in immune reactions.


11.【題組】41 What does “parallel” in the last sentence of the first paragraph mean?
(A) Opposite
(B) Paradoxical
(C) Negative
(D) Comparable


12.【題組】42 Which of the following would be an appropriate title for this passage?
(A) The Science of Kidney Transplants
(B) A Healthful Life of Males and Females
(C) Transplants and the Immune System
(D) Gender Differences in Organ Transplants 


13.     When children are old enough to help with household chores, the assignments tend to depend on gender.43 , girls wash dishes and boys mow the lawn. 44 , the leisure activities that children are encouraged to engage in vary by gender. Johnny plays in Little League and Mary practices the piano. 45 these patterns, it is not surprising that parents’ traditional or nontraditional attitudes about gender roles have been shown to influence the gender roles acquired by their children.
【題組】 43
(A) In fact
(B) For example
(C) In part
(D) That is


14.【題組】44
(A) Instead
(B) Likely
(C) Likewise
(D) However


15.【題組】45
(A) Giving
(B) Given
(C) Being giving
(D) To give


16.46 She had several _____of depression lately.
(A) episodes
(B) portions
(C) detentions
(D) conventions


17.47 It is_____ whether the chairperson had the capacity to carry out this project.
(A) reasonable
(B) reliable
(C) unforgettable
(D) questionable


18.48 As bird flu is highly_____ , the government is taking immediate measures to prevent it from spreading.
(A) geographical
(B) superficial
(C) monstrous
(D) contagious


19.49 To boost the economy, great efforts are being made to_____ the development of science, technology, and education.
(A) accelerate
(B) reconcile
(C) seduce
(D) prescribe


20.50 Despite your failure to get any prize in this contest, you could try to do better next year since it is held _____.
(A) specifically
(B) previously
(C) voluntarily
(D) annually


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