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1.31 It is a____
 issue whether genetically modified foods are good or bad for our health; there are pros and cons to their use.
(A) deliberate
(B) tedious
(C) prohibited
(D) controversial


2.32 Why you let such a foolish thing happen is beyond my ____
. I still cannot understand what you were thinking at that time.
(A) belief
(B) comprehension
(C) doubt
(D) recognition


3.33 We plan to____ US$100,000 to help the families of the earthquake victims.
(A) rise
(B) shield
(C) raise
(D) represent


4.34 To make French toast for four people, you’ll need the following____ : two eggs, a cup of milk, and a tablespoon of butter.
(A) articles
(B) factors
(C) recipes
(D) ingredients


5.35 Tina always has a stomachache after a big meal because she has poor ____.
(A) digestion
(B) circulation
(C) pulsation
(D) pressure


6.36 Mummification, performed by Egyptians, is a process of ____dead bodies, that is, protecting dead bodies from decay.
(A) confining
(B) identifying
(C) measuring
(D) preserving


7.37 ____nice pictures is difficult in that you need to have a good knowledge of light and color.
(A) Take
(B) In order to take
(C) When you take
(D) Taking


8.38 The two women wrongfully detained by the Immigration Department ____being locked up if they’d been more cooperative with the authorities.
(A) could have avoided
(B) could avoid
(C) have avoided
(D) had avoided


9.39 At the age of nineteen, Tom served as a captain on an Italian ship____ sailed around the Mediterranean Sea.
(A) where
(B) in which
(C) when
(D) which


10.40 Tom: Hey, Jane. How’re you doing? 
Jane: I’m okay, Tom, thanks____. 
Tom: Not much. I’ll be glad when final exams are over.
(A) How are you?
(B) How do you do?
(C) What’s new?
(D) Why are you happy?


11.41 A: Mary, John and I are going to a concert this Friday.____ 
B: Sure, I love concerts. What time should we meet? 
A: At about 6:30.
(A) Can you play the piano?
(B) Would you like to join us?
(C) What’s the occasion?
(D) What kind of party?


12.42 Dad: Did you talk to our son over the phone last night? Mom:____ But it was so difficult to get through.
 Dad: Maybe he was on the line all night.
(A) He’s tried his best.
(B) He’s been trying.
(C) I tried.
(D) I did.


13.依下文回答第 43 題至第 46 題 
     IQ tests are reliable in predicting a child’s success in school, but many psychologists caution against relying too heavily on these scores as a measure of a child’s capabilities. In fact, some critics dispute the validity of using IQ tests at all, citing many 43 that can affect a child’s ability to perform well on them. First of all, critics point out that children develop 44 different rates, depending on their biology, family, school, and environment. They also state that performance on an IQ test reflects not just a child’s aptitude for learning, but also his or her already 45 knowledge: vocabulary, math, as well as cultural knowledge that is learned, not inborn. Performance on IQ tests also reflects the ability to focus and pay attention, so children who have attention problems may be at a 46 . Moreover, a child’s performance can be affected by illness or emotional stress. Educators and psychologists encourage parents not to see an IQ score as a sure indicator of their child’s future success.

【題組】43
(A) faucets
(B) factors
(C) filters
(D) figures


14.【題組】44
(A) at
(B) in
(C) on
(D) to


15.【題組】45
(A) acquired
(B) acquiring
(C) required
(D) requiring


16.【題組】46
(A) disability
(B) disadvantage
(C) disagreement
(D) discomfort


17.依下文回答第 47 題至第 50 題
    “Birth order” refers to whether we were the first child born in a family or one of many, or even the last. Many researchers think that where we are in relationship to our siblings helps influence how we develop.
    Firstborns: Pressure on the oldest child comes in the form of discipline and punishment. Besides, the firstborn gets the most work—they are frequently the first to be called for extra housework or errands. A common characteristic of a firstborn is confidence in being taken seriously by those around him. It’s no wonder that firstborns often go on to positions of leadership.
    Middle-borns: “I just didn’t get much respect in my family” is a key distinguishing phrase for middle-borns. Friends thus become very special to them—it’s how they obtain the cherished rewards and recognition. The middle-born is independent and is loyal to his peer group. And they learn to negotiate and compromise and frequently work to avoid conflict.
    Last-borns: Youngest children are typically the outgoing charmers. They are also affectionate, uncomplicated, and sometimes a little absent-minded. There is also another mainstream of qualities in most last-borns: rebellious, critical, spoiled, and impetuous—the “dark side” of the last-born.
     Only child: Like firstborns, single children are often treated like little adults—sometimes to the point of feeling they never had a childhood. Only children may become very critical, cold-blooded, and never tolerant of mistakes or failures. Or they may become everybody’s rescuers, the ones who agonize over the problems of others and always want to move in, take over, and solve everything.

【題組】47 Which word is closest in meaning to “impetuous” in the fourth paragraph?
(A) Imaginative
(B) Impulsive
(C) Indifferent
(D) Industrious


18.【題組】48 Among the four birth orders introduced in the passage, which two are more similar to each other?
(A) Firstborns and middle-borns.
(B) Middle-borns and last-borns.
(C) Last-borns and only children.
(D) Only children and firstborns.


19.【題組】49 According to the passage, who will most likely become angry if failing to get a perfect 100 points on a math test?
(A) The firstborn.
(B) The middle-born.
(C) The last-born.
(D) The only child.


20.【題組】50 Which of the following statements is NOT true?
(A) Last-borns are most likely to be sent by mothers to do dishes and buy groceries.
(B) Experts believe that birth order has something to do with one’s personality.
(C) Although only children can be cold-blooded, they can be active helpers, too.
(D) Instead of getting attention from their family, second-borns obtain recognition from their peers.


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