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1.36 I have heard many different _____ of the same story, and they all have a sad ending.
(A) tunes
(B) covers
(C) bindings
(D) versions .

2.37 Among the top cell phone makers, their smart phone products have always been known for their quality design and attention to___________ .
(A) bill
(B) silence
(C) confidence
(D) detail ..

3.38 It’s not difficult to _____ the new printer if you follow the instructions carefully.
(A) set up
(B) set in
(C) set off
(D) set out .

4.39 When you are asked to _____ an article, you need to summarize and evaluate the author’s ideas.
(A) murmur
(B) review
(C) handle
(D) stimulate .

5.40 People are curious where Anita got her hair cut because she looks _____ with her new hair style.
(A) likely
(B) necessary
(C) terrific
(D) possible.

6.請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題  A trip to the art museum could have turned into a very costly trip for a 12-year-old boy in Taipei when he lost his balance and put his hand through a painting worth around $1.5 million. The damaged work, “Flowers” by Italian master Paolo Porpora, was part of a Taipei exhibition of artwork by or influenced by Leonardo da Vinci. Porpora was a 41 still life artist who produced baroque-style paintings, often of fruit and flowers. The work was 200cm tall, depicting flowers in a vase. The film 42 by the organizers of the “Face of Leonardo: Images of a Genius” exhibition shows the boy – in shorts, sneakers, a blue T-shirt and holding a drink – walk past the painting, catching his foot and stumbling over. He looks up at the painting, shown later to have a fist-sized gash at the bottom. The boy 43 , looking around at other people in the room. Organizers did not believe that the boy intentionally vandalized the oil painting, saying that it was obvious that the boy did not mean to push it.“All 55 paintings in the venue are 44 pieces and they are very rare and precious,” a post on the exhibition’s Facebook page said. “Once these works are damaged, they are permanently damaged.” Nevertheless, the exhibition organizers decided not to 45 the boy for the damage and said that the painting could be easily restored. This incident, however, made them reconsider displaying valuable paintings in the open.
【題組】41
(A) led
(B) lead
(C) leads
(D) leading .

7.【題組】42
(A) released
(B) relied
(C) replied
(D) replaced .

8.【題組】43
(A) sleeps
(B) freezes
(C) fails
(D) scares .

9.【題組】44
(A) authentic
(B) fake
(C) unreal
(D) novel .

10.【題組】45
(A) chase
(B) choose
(C) change
(D) charge .

11.請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題
  Maritza, a professional yoga trainer, is one of almost 100,000 users of Bliive-a Brazil-based website that brands itself as the world’s largest online time-exchange platform. Bliive looks and feels like a social media platform. Its users trade services, including guitar lessons, air conditioner repairs and tarot card readings, without any cash or creditcard transactions. For each hour of service provided, the user receives Time Money, with which they can buy another service. Maritza earned almost 40 hours’ worth of Bliive services. With that much Time Money, she was able to create her own website about breathing techniques, including her own branding. Each person offers his help in one-hourchunks, and people who have “exchanged” Time Money can rate and review the quality of the service provided.
  Bliive was founded a year and a half ago by Lorrana Scarpioni, a 24-year-old public relations student. She now employs a team of about a dozen people in Sao Paulo. She came up with the idea after watching documentaries about the sharing economy and alternative currencies. “If people were willing to engage in couch surfing-letting complete strangers into their houses-surely there was a potential for exchanging something as simple as one hour of a service,”Lorrana says.“Bliive is a collaborative network of time exchange. We see this platform as a movement that shows people the real value of exchanges and how they can develop themselves this way.”
  Bliive takes the concept of the sharing economy-popularized by platforms including Uber and Airbnb-a stepfurther. It creates a new channel between the supply and demand of services, and does away with conventional cash altogether. More than 90,000 services are on offer on the website, making it larger than other barter-based sites. “Theno-money-involved transferences can be a great alternative to keep people developing themselves. We see a lot ofpeople who have graduated with very nice degrees, but they don’t have jobs,” she says. While Bliive aims to become more profitable, Lorrana is keen to retain its core values. “We use these talents and values to create a world that ismore collaborative and less competitive, more focused on the value of people, not just the value of money,” she says.

【題組】46 According to this passage, what is true about Bliive?
(A) Its users trade currencies around the world.
(B) Its users learn to compete for Time Money.
(C) Its users do collaborative network of time exchange.
(D) Its users find dates from the social media based in Brazil. .

12.【題組】47 What do Bliive users receive for their services?
(A) Face-to-face yoga training.
(B) Free round-trip tickets to Brazil.
(C) Virtual money to buy anything on the platform.
(D) Other services in exchange for the time they serve. .

13.【題組】48 Who is Lorrana Scarpioni?
(A) The founder of Bliive.
(B) The yoga trainer on Bliive.
(C) The author of Sharing Economy.
(D) The director of Sharing Economy. .

14.【題組】49 What does the figure “90,000” refer to in the last paragraph?
(A) The total number of users on Bliive.
(B) The total revenue generated by Bliive.
(C) The current amount of services available on Bliive.
(D) The current number of players competing on Bliive. .

15.【題組】50 Which of the following statements best describes the core value of Bliive?
(A) To provide alternative currencies online.
(B) To cancel all conventional cash transactions.
(C) To create a new channel of time management.
(D) To show that people are to be valued more than money. .

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