5.35 A little girl _____ argues with an adult for his rude behavior in the museum. Her language expressions are very
fluent and appropriate.
(A) ambiguously (B) consciously (C) dependently (D) eloquently
11.請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題：
Whether it’s a beach getaway or a camping trip, animal encounters — some potentially dangerous — can happen on
any vacation. According to the experts, the secret to 41 a dangerous animal encounter, like one with a shark, bear
or rattlesnake, is to not panic. “Easier said than done, and sounds obvious, but seriously, try and keep your cool,” Ms.
Levin said. The best thing to do during such an encounter is to 42 yourself slowly from the scene if you can.
If you come face-to-face with a bear, mountain lion or coyote, do your best to look 43 . Stand tall, huddle together,
open your coats, and raise your backpack overhead. In addition, do not feed wild animals; the more you feed them, the
more they grow 44 humans, and stick around people — which leads to people treating them like 45 and
trying to poison, trap, or kill them. In general, it's better if wild animals retain a healthy fear of (and distance from)
humans in densely populated places.
【題組】41 (A) seducing (B) suffering (C) surviving (D) solving
16.請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題：
Wherever you go in France, the country’s artistic heritage is very much in evidence. France does have her share of ugly
urban sprawl and unlovely out-of-town hypermarkets, but these are eclipsed by her wealth of beautifully restored and
maintained historic buildings which, together with striking new architecture and works of art, are part of the fabric of
France has had an important role throughout the history of western art which began with the cave painters of the
Dordogne, long before their land became a nation. From the Renaissance onwards French kings invited the finest
European painters to decorate their palaces, and Paris became the center of nearly all important artistic developments,
whether the artists concerned were French or not.
It was only in the nineteenth century that French painters formed a distinctively French movement that was far more
influential than the Flemish, German and Italian schools of previous centuries. The impressionists and their successors
radically altered the direction of European art, attracting even more foreign artists to Paris.
Since the seventeenth century, when the Academies of painting and sculpture, and architecture were founded,
architecture and the visual arts have been a central concern of the French state. Today, the Ministry of Culture is
housed in the elegant seventeenth-century Palais-Royal, alongside two of the nation’s highest institutions, the Conseil
Constitutionnel and the Conseil d’Etat, exemplifying the belief of Catherine Trautmann, the culture minister from 1997
to 2000, that “culture is at the heart of our democratic system.” This sentiment echoes the aims of her predecessors who
include de Gaulle’s post-war minister Andre Malraux and Mitterrand’s innovative and daring minister, Jack Lang, both
of whom wanted to enrich the lives of ordinary citizens.
【題組】46 What is the passage mainly about?
(A) The origin of European art. (B) The ancient buildings of Paris.
(C) The importance of art to the French. (D) The development of architecture in France.
17.【題組】47 According to the passage, which of the following is true about France?
(A) She has the rich people share their wealth with the poor.
(B) She combines old and new elements in shaping her culture.
(C) She skillfully hides the ugly parts of the country from tourists.
(D) She replaces the historical buildings with modern architectural projects.
18.【題組】48 According to the passage, which of the following is true about the "Dordogne"?
(A) It is an association of painters who served French kings.
(B) It is a place famous for its prehistoric cave paintings.
(C) It is a method used to decorate the palaces in the Renaissance.
(D) It is a country defeated by France in the seventeenth century.
19.【題組】49 According to the passage, what did French artists achieve in the nineteenth century?
(A) They applied the features of different forms of art to French architecture.
(B) They challenged the art establishment and started a new approach to painting.
(C) They supported the European artists to begin their careers as the impressionists.
(D) They promoted the value of art democracy which attracted the interest of young people.