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1.26. In order to host the upcoming international sports event, the nation plans to construct an athletes’ village to ______ players from all over the world.
(A) accommodate
(B) elaborate
(C) incorporate
(D) orientate .

2.27. It is still unclear whom the queen will choose as her ______ to succeed the throne.
(A) crook
(B) duke
(C) heir
(D) vice .

3.28. The government ______ the yearly budget to different plans according to importance and emergence.
(A) allocates
(B) escalates
(C) integrates
(D) obligates .

4.29. The Department of National Defense has issued a warning because the enemy’s ______ aircraft was spotted over the capital this morning.
(A) cordial
(B) hostile
(C) trivial
(D) valiant .

5.30. Crows in this area often collect ______ objects to decorate their nests.
(A) bleak
(B) discreet
(C) glistening
(D) moralistic .

6.31. The host announces a ten-minute ______ for the speaker and audience to take a rest.
(A) approval
(B) interval
(C) editorial
(D) ordeal .

7.32. Sticking to her own principle, the actress does all her own ______ instead of using a double.
(A) bruises
(B) mottos
(C) stunts
(D) traits .

8.二、文法測驗【請在下列各題中選出最適當的答案】 33. In the presidential debate, the candidate was asked to clarify what he meant ______ pragmatic diplomacy.
(A) at
(B) by
(C) through
(D) with .

9.34. Buildings that do not pass the regulations on disaster prevention are ______ to collapse after earthquakes.
(A) tend
(B) like
(C) prone
(D) risk .

10.35. ______ the pessimistic situation, the team continues to search for survivors in the wreckage.
(A) Although
(B) Despite
(C) Even
(D) Though .

11.36. ______ by the urge to solve cases, the detective considers his work an entertainment rather than a job.
(A) Drive
(B) Drove
(C) Driven
(D) Driving .

12.37. The concept that robots may take over humans in jobs that require precision ______ already being realized.
(A) are
(B) is
(C) to
(D) might .

13.38. In order to ruin the enemy’s blueprints completely, the spy set fire to the building ______ the expense of her own life.
(A) at
(B) by
(C) in
(D) on .

14.39. Lacking careful preparation beforehand, much of the material I printed went ______.
(A) used
(B) useable
(C) useless
(D) useful .

15.40. If mastering this language is his goal, he had better ______ himself with native speakers.
(A) acquaint
(B) acquaints
(C) acquainting
(D) acquainted .

16.三、克漏字測驗【請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案】 Japan has started testing its fastest-ever bullet train—capable of reaching 400 kilometers per hour—as it continues to develop the revolutionary mode of travel. The ALFA-X version of the Shinkansen train began three years’ worth of test runs on Friday. 41 it enters operation sometime around 2030, it will run at speeds of up to 360 kph, comfortably making it the world’s fastest bullet train. It will also outpace China’s Fuxing train, which runs at 10 kph slower 42 being designed with the same top speed capabilities as the ALFA-X. The model’s futuristic design features 10 cars and a long pointed nose. It’ll be tested on the line between the cities of Sendai and Aomori, which are about 280 kilometers 43 . The ALFA-X marks a new stage of growth for the Shinkansen, pushing the world-renowned high speed rail service even faster towards the future. Its testing debut comes 44 Japan’s new high-speed Shinkansen N700S continues tests that began just over a year ago. That model will enter operation in 2020, but its maximum speeds of 300 kph—the same as other N700 series trains—will be easily surpassed by the ALFA-X. The flurry of new models coincides 45 Japan’s preparations to host the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. No matter what speeds the train achieves during its test runs, it won’t match the record-breaking pace of Japan Railway’s magnetic levitation, or maglev, train which hit 603 kph on an experimental track in 2015.
【題組】41.
(A) Once
(B) Since
(C) Though
(D) While .

17.【題組】42.
(A) besides
(B) despite
(C) rather
(D) whether .

18.【題組】43.
(A) about
(B) along
(C) apart
(D) away .

19.【題組】44.
(A) as
(B) but
(C) since
(D) where .

20.【題組】45.
(A) by
(B) for
(C) of
(D) with .

21.四、閱讀測驗【請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案】 It can be argued that music is a core function in our brains. Our brains are wired from the beginning to process and understand music. Yet music has always been sort of a mystery, especially since it’s not typically considered “necessary” for survival. That is reserved for the trifecta of food, sex, and sleep. A study came out this month that adds another important piece of information as we continue to figure out how our brain processes music. When we satisfy our desire to eat, sleep, or reproduce, our brain releases dopamine — the “feel-good” neurochemical involved when we experience pleasure and reward. It turns out this same chemical is released when listening to music. A study was conducted by researchers at McGill University in Canada. The researchers used a combination of PET (positron emission tomography) and fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imagining) techniques to scan the brains of the eight participants as they listened to music over the course of three sessions. In addition, the participants completed a questionnaire in which they rated how pleasurable they found the music. It turns out that when we anticipate and then actually experience a pleasurable response while listening to music, our brain reacts in distinct and specific ways to release the “feel-good” chemical dopamine. From an academic standpoint, this is a fascinating study. According to the researchers, this may be the first study to show that an abstract reward, such as listening to music, releases dopamine. We’ve traditionally considered abstract rewards to be processed on a more cognitive level, but this study shows that our ancient reward circuits can be involved. Additionally, it points to a shared neural network involving tangible and abstract rewards. We already know that skills such as speech production use shared neural networks to those used to sing. This study shows the shared neural circuitry involving how our reward circuits process both tangible and abstract rewards. From a practical standpoint, this will not affect your average day-to-day listening. Just know that when you experience an emotion while listening to music, your ancient reward circuits are flooding your brain with a chemical designed to make you feel good.
【題組】46. What is the main idea of this article?
(A) Explaining the details of a research in Canada
(B) Explaining the importance of food, sleep, and sex
(C) Explaining the main purpose of neural networks
(D) Explaining the relation between dopamine and music .

22.【題組】47. According to the article, which of the following statements is true?
(A) Music is the first found abstract trigger for dopamine production.
(B) The study shows that rewards are processed on a higher cognitive level.
(C) The neural networks used for speech production and singing are different.
(D) Music is proven in the experiment to be the fourth necessity for our survival. .

23.【題組】48. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word tangible in the sixth paragraph?
(A) Concrete
(B) Disgraceful
(C) Literate
(D) Symbolic .

24.【題組】49. According to the article, which of the following is NOT true about dopamine?
(A) It is also known to be the “feel-good” neurochemical.
(B) It shares neural networks with speech production and singing.
(C) It was traditionally thought to be related to food, sex, and sleep.
(D) It is evoked when we anticipate and experience pleasurable music. .

25.【題組】50. According to the article, what does the “ancient reward circuits” refer to?
(A) The brain
(B) Music
(C) Dopamine
(D) Food, sex, and sleep .

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