3.3________of heart attack include chest pain, cold sweating and nausea, developing into trouble breathing
and loss of consciousness in the most serious cases .
(A)Symbols (B) Symptoms (C)Symphonies
4.4 Many citizens view the rapid influx of immigrants with anxiety, worrying that the nation might fail
to _______the streams of new arrivals pouring in annually. (A)circulate (B) accumulate (C)assimilate
7.7 To follow a Mediterranean-style diet, which include high consumption of olive oil, fruits, and vegetables, and low consumption of red meat, would decrease the chance of developing________ disease.
(A)congenital (B) contemptuous (C)cardinal
10.10 The major argument against immigration is that so many migrants fail to _________with the local community and culture and this leads to social tension and even unrest. (A)integrate (B)implement (C)incorporate
11.請依下文回答第 11 題至第 15 題：For United States Government personnel abroad to host a banquet, round tables of six or more persons allowmore flexibility than rectangular ones. Often it is more convenient to 11 at two or more tables of six ormore persons. The advantage of this arrangement is that it affords more places of honor as the host andhostess can each have a co-hostess and cohost at their 12 tables. At seated meals, foreign guests shouldhave precedence 13 Americans of comparable rank with the exception of an American Ambassador.American officials present on such occasions should understand that it is 14 to cede one’s rank to arepresentative of another country. They should forget precedence among themselves and be prepared to beseated in any way that will make conversation easier and will take language abilities into account. To avoidany misunderstanding, it would be well for the host or hostess to inform in advance any guest, whetherAmerican or foreign, who are not seated according to protocol, of the reason for this 15 from the norm.When a high official is a guest, they should obtain his prior permission.
(A)address (B) adhere (C)entertain
16.請依下文回答第 16 題至第 20 題：Since the 1980s, immigration has drastically increased, making the city more ethnically and linguisticallydiverse. More than half of the people in Vancouver do not speak English as their first language. Almost 30%of the city’s inhabitants are of Chinese heritage. In the 1980s, an influx of immigrants from Hong Kong inanticipation of the transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to China, combined with an increase inimmigrants from mainland China and previous immigrants from Taiwan, established in Vancouver one ofthe highest concentrations of ethnic Chinese residents in North America. This arrival of Asian immigrantscontinued a tradition of immigration from around the world that had established Vancouver as thesecond-most popular destination for immigrants in Canada after Toronto. Other significant Asian ethnicgroups in Vancouver are Filipino, Japanese, Korean, as well as sizeable communities of Vietnamese,Indonesians, and Cambodians. Despite increases in Latin American immigration to Vancouver in the 1980s and '90s, recent immigration hasbeen comparatively low, and African immigration has been similarly stagnant. The black population ofVancouver is rather scant in comparison to other Canadian major cities. The neighborhood of Strathcona wasthe core of the city’s Jewish community. Hogan’s Alley, a small area adjacent to Chinatown, just off MainStreet at Prior, was once home to a significant black community.Prior to the Hong Kong diaspora of the 1990s, the largest non-British ethnic groups in the city were Irish andGerman, followed by Scandinavian, Italian, Ukrainian and Chinese. From the mid-1950s until the 1980s,many Portuguese immigrants came to Vancouver and the city had the third-largest Portuguese population inCanada in 2001. Eastern Europeans began immigrating after the Soviet takeover of Eastern Europe afterWorld War II. Greek immigration increased in the late 1960s and early '70s, with most settling in theKitsilano area.
【題組】16 What is this passage mainly about?
(A)Demographics in Vancouver. (B)Languages in Vancouver. (C)How to immigrate to Vancouver.
(D)How to make a living in Vancouver.
17.【題組】17 According to the first paragraph, which of the following statements is true?
(A)Since the 1980s, immigration has declined in Vancouver.
(B)Half of the people in Vancouver do not speak English as their first language.
(C)More than half of the city’s inhabitants are of Eastern Europe heritage.
(D)An influx of immigrants from Taiwan became the most numerous ethnic Chinese residents in Vancouver.
18.【題組】18 According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?
(A)Immigrants from around the world established Toronto as the most popular destination in Canada.
(B)There was a larger black population in Vancouver than in other Canadian major cities.
(C)The neighborhood of Strathcona was the center of the city’s Jewish community.
(D)Hogan’s Alley was once home to a significant black community.
【非選題】 21.一、Traduzca el siguiente texto al chino（25 分）
El pasado mes de mayo la canciller alemana Angela Merkel fue investida
doctora Honoris Causa en la 386 ceremonia de graduación de la universidad
de Harvard y al mismo tiempo dio un discurso a los graduados de dicha
universidad. Este discurso fue, entre otras cosas, una llamada, apenas
ligeramente encubierta, a rechazar el trumpismo. “¡Derribad los muros!”, les
decía desde el atril a los estudiantes la primera mujer que alcanzó el puesto
de canciller de la Alemania reunificada. “Derribad los muros de la ignorancia
y la estrechez mental!”; "¡Reflexionad, pensad libremente para poder
distinguir y no disfrazar las mentiras como verdad y la verdad como
【非選題】 23.三、Redacción（25 分）
Hoy día la gente disfruta mejor del buen servicio médico y el bienestar
social, la longevidad ya es un fenómeno normal. No obstante, surgen las
enfermedades como la demencia senil, Alzheimer o Parkinson que molestan,
sobre todo, a la gente mayor. Según usted, ¿cómo se prepara para tener una
vida relativamente más sana y evitar el envejecimiento rápido, así como
prevenir dichas enfermedades.