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第 1 至 10 題為題組 
   Fortune cookies, commonly served after meals at Chinese restaurants in the U.S., are characterized by a fortune, which is written on a small piece of paper tucked inside the cookie. There are several stories about the origin of the fortune cookie. None of them, however, has been proven to be entirely true.

   One of these stories the cookie’s origin back to 13th- and 14th-century China, which was then occupied by the Mongols. According to the legend, notes of plans for a revolution to overthrow the Mongols were hidden in mooncakes that would ordinarily have been stuffed with sweet bean paste. The revolution turned out to be and eventually led to the formation of the Ming Dynasty. This story may sound highly credible, but there seems to be no solid evidence that it inspired the creation of the 5  we know of today as fortune cookies.

   Another 6 claims that David Jung, a Chinese immigrant living in Los Angeles, created the fortune cookie in 1918. Concerned about the poor people he saw wandering near his shop, he made cookies and passed them out free on the streets. Each cookie 7  a strip of paper inside with an inspirational Bible quotation on it.

   However, the more generally accepted story is that the fortune cookie first 8  in either 1907 or 1914 in San Francisco, created by a Japanese immigrant, Makoto Hagiwara. The fortune cookie was based on a Japanese snack, but Hagiwara sweetened the recipe to appeal to American 9  . He enclosed thank-you notes in the cookies and served them to his guests with tea. Within a few years, Chinese restaurant owners in San Francisco had copied the recipe and 10  the thank you notes with fortune notes. Such fortune cookies became common in Chinese restaurants in the U.S. after World War II.

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   Todd Bol, a retired businessman, could never have expected that a wooden container he built on his deck one day in 2009 would have the global impact it does today.
   Bol built a dollhouse-size structure that looked like a schoolhouse on a post, and he put it on his lawn as a free community library to commemorate his mother, who was a book lover and school teacher. Bol’s prototype gave birth to Little Free Library (LFL), a nonprofit organization that seeks to place small, accessible book exchange boxes in neighborhoods around the world. The concept is simple: Neighbors are invited to share a book, leave a book, or both. Today, there are over 50,000 of these libraries registered in 70 countries.
   Almost everyone can register with LFL and start a library as long as the person keeps it in good shape and makes sure that book materials are appropriate for his/her neighborhood. Library owners can create their own library boxes; therefore, the libraries are usually unique in appearance, and there seems to be no limit to the possibilities. One library in California was built out of a used wine crate; another in Texas had tiny stairs and bright colored walls. Once registered, libraries are assigned a number at LFL’s website. The LFL Index lists the locations of all libraries with GPS coordinates and other information. Owners receive a sign that reads “Little Free Library.”
   People say they have been more inclined to pick up a book when walking by a Little  Free Library, out of curiosity and because it’s convenient. Some sidewalk librarians say they have met more neighbors since having a little library in their front yard. Bol is also most proud of the way Little Free Library is bringing communities together. “It’s started a neighborhood exchange. It gets people talking and more comfortable with their neighbors,” he says. “This leads to them helping each other.”

【題組】11. Which of the following statements is NOT mentioned about Todd Bol?
(A) His mother used to be a school teacher.
(B) He was engaged in trade and commerce.
(C) He provided a great service to his neighborhood.
(D) He built a schoolhouse to pay tribute to his mother. .

12.【題組】12. What does “prototype” refer to in the second paragraph?
(A) A community center.
(B) A book exchange box.
(C) A dollhouse on a post.
(D) A nonprofit organization. .

13.【題組】13. Which of the following is true about the operation of a Little Free Library?
(A) The library can come in any shape and color.
(B) There is no limit to the selection of its materials.
(C) The owner must first be assigned a number from the LFL website.
(D) The librarian is in charge of checking the books in and out of the library. .

14.【題組】14. What is a contribution of Little Free Library?
(A) The LFL Index can improve GPS functions.
(B) It promotes reading and literacy in a simple way.
(C) It helps to strengthen library associations around the world.
(D) Its location satisfies people’s curiosity about their neighbors. .

15.第 15 至 19 題為題組 
   Many people at some point in life have white spots on their fingernails. One of the most common causes for these little white spots is a condition called leukonychia. Although the name sounds pretty serious, the condition typically 15 . And while many people think the white spots are caused by a calcium or zinc deficiency, that’s generally not the case.
    In reality, these spots most often develop 16 mild to moderate trauma to your nail. If you can’t think of anything that would have injured your nail, consider the fact that nails grow very slowly, so the injury 17 weeks before the spots ever appeared. The spots could also be a sign of a mild infection or allergy, or a side effect of certain medications.
     18 the source of the injury, these spots typically do not require any treatment and should go away as your nail grows out. And they should not return unless you suffer another injury to a nail. However, this generally 19 when only a single or a few nails are affected. If all of your nails are showing white spots, the leukonychia could be related to another more serious condition such as anemia, cardiac disease, diabetes, or kidney disease.

【題組】15.
(A) isn’t
(B) doesn’t
(C) couldn’t
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(A) in spite of
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(A) might occur
(B) would occur
(C) will have occurred
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(A) Supposing
(B) Including
(C) Whatever
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(A) indicates
(B) defines
(C) applies
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20.【題組】20. At the beginning of the semester, the teacher told the students that late assignments would receive a low grade as a _____.
(A) hardship
(B) comment
(C) bargain
(D) penalty.

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