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1.31 In the US, it is considered rude to stare;_____ , the polite Englishman is taught to pay strict attention to a speaker.
(A)in consequence
(B)in hindsight
(C)in retrospect
(D)in contrast.

2.32 Although wearable devices like smart watches and fitness wristbands are cool, they may be hacked and _____information of users’ ATM passwords or PIN.
(A)flee
(B)kick
(C)leak
(D)tick.

3.33 John got rid of some old furniture so as to_____ the space of his small apartment for accommodating his family of five.
(A)capitalize
(B)maximize
(C)reinforce
(D)strengthen.

4.34 Because of this report, the abuse of child labor at factories in India was_____ to the world.
(A)contributed
(B)devoted
(C)exposed
(D)flocked.

5.35 Mount Ali is a spectacular tourist_____ in Taiwan. It is crowded with tourists and climbers on holidays.
(A)attraction
(B)attribution
(C)temptation
(D)repulsion.

6.36 Mr. Woodgate, clearly disturbed by the charge, scarcely made an_____ in public.
(A)appointment
(B)abundance
(C)appearance
(D)accommodation.

7.37 Helen was very _____of her daughter because she got the best grade on the English test today.
(A)conscious
(B)jealous
(C)proud
(D)tired.

8.38 Because the train tickets were not_____ , we had to take the bus instead.
(A)available
(B)invisible
(C)agreeable
(D)inevitable.

9.39 All products should be sold with clear warnings about possible health_____ .
(A)risks
(B)benefits
(C)doses
(D)advantages.

10.40 To develop various skills and a sense of responsibility, college students are encouraged to_____ club activities outside of regular school hours.
(A)abstain from
(B)intercede with
(C)participate in
(D)succumb to.

11.請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題

Cheerleading is an organized sports activity combining dance, gymnastics, and stunt elements to cheer on teams.It originated in Britain in the 1860s when students began to cheer in unison for their favorite athletes at sports events.A decade later cheerleading crossed overseas to the United States, ___41___ it remains the most common. 

___42___ women currently dominate the field, cheerleading was begun by men. In the 1920s women becameinvolved in cheerleading, but it was not until 1940s that they joined in large numbers, since so many college-aged menwent off to fight in World War II. In 1948, Lawrence Herkimer, the father of modern cheerleading, founded theNational Cheerleaders Association and held the first cheerleading camp. He established the first cheer uniformcompany and invented the iconic cheer accessory, pom poms. ___43___ Herkimer, cheerleading would not be the sportthat we know and love today.

The history of competitive cheerleading dates back to the late 1960s, when the International CheerleadingFoundation began ___44___ the top ten college cheerleading squads as well as handing out Cheerleader All Americaawards. As the popularity of cheerleading grew, so ___45___ the stunts, tumbling and skill level of the cheerleadersparticipating. Today competitive cheerleading is one of the most popular sports in the United States and it has becomea multi-million-dollar industry that shows no signs of slowing down.

【題組】41
(A)which
(B)where
(C)when
(D)how.

12.【題組】42
(A)Once
(B)Because
(C)Unless
(D)Although.

13.【題組】43
(A)Because of
(B)Apart from
(C)Like
(D)Without.

14.【題組】44
(A)charging
(B)adapting
(C)figuring
(D)ranking.

15.【題組】45
(A)did
(B)that
(C)what
(D)were .

16.請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題

My wife was one of the many bright and industrious young women of the 1960s who worked their way throughcollege. Somewhere late in her sophomore year, her funds ran low and she inquired at the university about a small loanfor books and supplies. She was told that her chance of getting a loan was slim, because university funds were scarce,too, and what resources remained for loans were being given almost exclusively to male students. The only womengetting loans at the moment were seniors who were about to graduate.

She wasn’t surprised—disappointed, but not surprised. The priorities were well known: male students first,regardless of academic status, and then if there was enough money left, it would go to advanced female students. Theuniversity’s loan policy was not unusual; it was just one more expression of an ancient value in the Western tradition.Education for male is practical, but for females, it is luxurious. It is the males, after all, who are destined to hold jobsthat require learning; Females—well, a measure of common sense is sufficient for bringing up children.

【題組】46 What is the main idea of this passage?
(A)In the 1960s, university funds were sufficient to meet all students’ needs.
(B)In the 1960s, there were more male students than female students.
(C)In the 1960s, females were considered to be less academically important than males.
(D)In the 1960s, common sense was enough to raise children..

17.【題組】47 According to the passage, which of the following statements explains why the author’s wife failed to get a loan from the university?
(A)Her academic performance was poor.
(B)She was married and her husband could support her.
(C)Her loan was for books and supplies.
(D)There was discrimination against women..

18.【題組】48 According to the passage, which of the following statements best describes the distributing policy of university student loans in the 1960s?
(A)Male students and female students had equal chances.
(B)Almost all university student loans were granted to male students.
(C)Universities gave equal chances of financial support to senior students.
(D)All students of lower academic status were not given any university loans..

19.【題組】49 In this article, what is the meaning of the word “slim” in the first paragraph?
(A)slender
(B)skinny
(C)faint
(D)small.

20.【題組】50 In the passage, what does the word “resources” refer to in the first paragraph?
(A)money
(B)jobs
(C)banks
(D)schools.

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重新載圖(C)【題組】36. (A) make (B) making (C) are making (D) don’t make ....

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