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1.36 America’s traditional _________toward British colonialism and imperial patterns of trade remained a constant source of friction between the two allies in the years immediately after World War II.
(A)snobbery
(B)gravity
(C)leaning
(D)antipathy .

2.37 The embassy has responded to the escalation by issuing a statement saying that it would_________ the visas of several officials.
(A)convey
(B)glisten
(C)incite
(D)revoke .

3.38 The underlying cause of compulsive overeating is the inability to eat in_________ , not the unavailability of nutritional information.
(A)advance
(B)meditation
(C)moderation
(D)adversity .

4.39 It is required by law that all companies established on the island _________their business and employees.
(A)betray
(B)inspire
(C)overlook
(D)register .

5.40 In a recent sexual harrassment case in the show business, 16 victims described inappropriate behavior by this superstar, eight of_________ said they had serious depression.
(A)those
(B)which
(C)who
(D)whom .

6.請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題: Sherlock Holmes was popular from his first appearance in 1887, in the novelette “A Study in Scarlet.” He was so popular that soon Conan Doyle began to 41 having created him, since Holmes stories so completely overshadowed what Conan Doyle considered his serious work, such as his historical novel. Readers lined up at newsstands for The Strand on publication day 42 a new Holmes story was to appear inside. Because of Holmes, Conan Doyle was, one historian wrote, “as well-known as Queen Victoria.” Holmes fans were truly the 43 middle-class, the exact sort of group whose tastes would be denigrated by snooty critics as populist for more than a century to come. The 44 for Holmes stories seemed endless. The Strand would pay Conan Doyle nicely for whatever he could give them. But he hadn’t meant to spend the rest of his life inventing and solving fiction crimes. By 1893, Conan Doyle had had enough. So he had the evil professor Moriarty push Holmes down the falls. But by 1901, however, public pressure grew so great that Conan Doyle wrote a new story featuring Holmes before his fall. In 1903, in “The Adventure of the Empty House,” he went one step further, resurrecting Holmes with the explanation that only Moriarty had died in the fall, while Holmes had 45 his own death. Fans rejoiced.
【題組】41
(A)regret
(B)delight
(C)meditate
(D)accuse .

7.【題組】42
(A)until
(B)whenever
(C)since
(D)whether .

8.【題組】43
(A)exciting
(B)declining
(C)emerging
(D)inviting .

9.【題組】44
(A)indifference
(B)account
(C)hostility
(D)craving .

10.【題組】45
(A)faked
(B)committed
(C)reformed
(D)realized .

11.請依下文回答第 46 題至第 48 題: Who really makes the changes in an organization? It’s not always the people with the highest executive titles. A growing body of research has pointed to the importance of informal leaders known as “brokers,” who have the gift of connecting employees in productive new ways. New research by Professor Brands has uncovered bias surrounding brokerage roles. Professor Brands examined what are known as “friendship networks” within organizations. In this sense, friends are the people you turn to for help, advice, and information, whether or not they are in your work group. Simply put, you like and trust them. It’s within these friendship networks that much of an organization’s work gets done. In a study of two separate groups–employees of an electronic-components distributor and a cohort of M.B.A. students–she identified brokers based on the high level of connectivity they displayed. They also identified the people who were perceived by their colleagues to be brokers. Researchers asked members to evaluate their colleagues, including the actual and perceived brokers. This is where gender differences emerged. The researchers found that people tended to ignore the activities of female brokers and to exaggerate how much men served as brokers. If women were recognized as brokers, they were perceived more negatively. “They incurred reputation penalties,” Professor Brands says. “They were seen as more competent, but less warm.” Other research, she says, has shown that men who take on brokerage roles tend to receive benefits in the form of compensation and promotions, whereas female brokers’ careers are negatively affected. Professor Brands also analyzed the performance of the brokers’ teams. They found that women who were thought by their teams to be brokers tended to perform well individually, but at the expense of their overall team’s performance. The professors noted that men are traditionally defined by words like aggressive, forceful, independent, and decisive. Women are expected to be kind, helpful, sympathetic, and concerned about others. Women are thought to excel in the social realm–so you would think that they would be seen as good work brokers, the researchers said. But “despite the widespread notion of women as social specialists, perceptions of the network position of women will be distorted because of the expectation that brokerage is man’s work,” they wrote.
【題組】46 What is the main idea of this passage?
(A)Brokers have the gift of connecting employees in productive new ways.
(B)Friends are the people you turn to for help, advice, and information.
(C)A gender bias exists among informal leaders at work.
(D)Much of an organization’s work gets done within the friendship networks. .

12.【題組】47 According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?
(A)Female brokers were perceived more positively.
(B)Gender difference mattered in evaluating colleagues.
(C)People tended to ignore the activities of female brokers.
(D)People exaggerated how much men served as brokers. .

13.【題組】48 According to the passage, which of the following does NOT traditionally characterize men?
(A)determined
(B)assertive
(C)self-reliant
(D)compassionate .

14.請依下文回答第 49 題至第 50 題: There is a general agreement that the unconscious plays an extremely important role in problem-solving. Everyone has had the experience of having the answer to a problem suddenly occur in his/her mind. One maddeningly familiar phenomenon to many people is a late answer to an important problem. One may work for days or weeks on a problem and complete it. Then, at some random point in time, a better answer appears. Since the original problem was probably completed in order to reach a deadline, this better answer often only serves to annoy one that he/she did not think of it sooner. It came straight from the unconscious as a result of the incubation process it was going through. I have found in my own case that this incubation process works. I have the confidence to think hard about a problem and then forget about it for a period of time. When I begin to work on it again, new answers are usually present.
【題組】49 Which of the following is a suitable title for this passage?
(A)The Real Work of the Unconscious
(B)The Incubation Process
(C)A Late Answer
(D)The Power of Memory .

15.【題組】50 According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A)One should not rely on his or her unconscious to help solve problems.
(B)The time lag between the original answer and the late answer is the incubation process at work.
(C)One should only rely on the incubation process to solve problems.
(D)More often than not, a late answer is always welcome. .

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