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1.1. The rate of literacy refers to the ability to sufficiently read and write. Many factors, such as _______ and quality of education, can contribute to it.
(A) accessibility
(B) drawback
(C) intervention
(D) remembrance

2.2. The latest version of the app does not only run faster than its _______ but looks fancier in its interface.
(A) catastrophe
(B) lieutenant
(C) predecessor
(D) quantifier

3.3. Seniors in the department of Chemistry are always required to _______ some important experiments assigned by their professors.
(A) assault
(B) interject
(C) overwhelm
(D) undertake

4.4. Indisputably men and women anywhere in the world doing the _______ jobs should receive the same amount of payment.
(A) compensating
(B) dispensable
(C) equivalent
(D) tentative

5.5. More and more studies on cholesterol continuously _______ that frequent exercises help decrease the levels of it.
(A) corroborate
(B) downpour
(C) moisturize
(D) shoulder

6.6. Because of arising international competitors, the computer company is reconsidering how to _______ its resources in a more efficient fashion.
(A) bemoan
(B) deploy
(C) lessen
(D) decline

7.7. Toddlers can easily feel _______ in their parents’ and their grand-parents’ affections immediately after there is a newborn in the family.
(A) extradited
(B) mesmerized
(C) supplanted
(D) vindicated

8.8. Sometimes during conversations our body language can be so _______ that we do not realize or sense it.
(A) aggressive
(B) bilateral
(C) implicit
(D) mysterious

9.9. Some celebrities sign _______ endorsement deals, making lots of money, sometimes more than they could earn from their real jobs.
(A) charitable
(B) lucrative
(C) superficial
(D) hazardous

10.10. Fortunately, no one was injured in the disaster because the fire department had _______ the village in time.
(A) evacuated
(B) expelled
(C) escalated
(D) elaborated

11.11. No one wants to touch this _______ issue as it is a hot potato that could arouse great controversy.
(A) oriental
(B) feasible
(C) poetic
(D) thorny

12.12. My brother fell ill two days after he arrived in Africa because he couldn’t _______ to the new environment.
(A) adept
(B) adopt
(C) adapt
(D) addict

13.13. Deserts are characterized by extreme _______ of water and plants.
(A) velocity
(B) scarcity
(C) utility
(D) insanity

14.14. The country’s president laid a _______ on the tomb of the late general to honor his contributions as a national hero.
(A) wreath
(B) siesta
(C) fungus
(D) laureate

15.15. The professor highly values conciseness, and any _______ papers or reports from his students will get low marks.
(A) furtive
(B) archaic
(C) verbose
(D) succinct

16.16. The volunteers were given orders to contact the command center _______ anything alarming happen.
(A) must
(B) should
(C) ought
(D) would

17.17. The scent _______ off from a perfume is commonly described by its top, heart, and base notes.
(A) give
(B) gave
(C) given
(D) giving

18.18. No sooner had I went out _______ it started to rain. Luckily I brought an umbrella with me.
(A) before
(B) than
(C) until
(D) when

19.19. _______ his excellent academic performance, Jonny is still jobless after his college commencement for half a year.
(A) In spite of
(B) Despite that
(C) Even though
(D) No matter how

20.20. Let me know _______ you are at our company’s entrance. You’ll need my escort to enter our company.
(A) as soon as
(B) no sooner than
(C) until
(D) as far as

21.21. The bus station, which most tourists would first visit, is _______ the city hall and the police station in the city.
(A) of opposite
(B) opposite of
(C) opposite to
(D) to opposite

22.22. That the celebrity plans on visiting the hospital is _______ kept secret. Outsiders are not supposed to know.
(A) be
(B) have
(C) to be
(D) to have

23.23. Research shows the proportion of migrant workers and industrial and service workers willing to express opinions is higher than _______ of corporate managers.
(A) this
(B) that
(C) these
(D) those

24.24. Can you tell me _______?
(A) the nearest post office is where
(B) where post office is the nearest
(C) where is the nearest post office
(D) where the nearest post office is

25.25. The police decided to _______ the central train station because some witnesses said a fugitive ran into it.
(A) search
(B) search for
(C) seek
(D) seek after

26.26. Some doctors think that it is good to our health to walk at least 10,000 steps _______.
(A) every daily
(B) everydaily
(C) every day
(D) everyday

27.27. Excuse me. I just couldn’t help _______ your conversation, but I totally agree with you.
(A) overhear
(B) overheard
(C) overhearing
(D) to overhear

28.28. The horse _______ for prize money by a brutal millionaire.
(A) was used to race
(B) was used to racing
(C) used to race
(D) used to racing

29.29. One would have weak muscle and bones if he or she _______ vitamin D in his or her diets.
(A) lacks
(B) lacks of
(C) is lack of
(D) is lacking of

30.30. With very long legs and very light weight, my best friend Susan can run _______.
(A) as fast as twice I do
(B) as twice fast as I do
(C) twice as fast as I do
(D) as fast I do as twice

31.三、克漏字測驗【請依照句子前後文意,選出最適當的答案】 第一篇: Found in 1901 by a team of French archeologists in the ancient city of Susa in Iran, the Hammurabi Laws seem to have been created to govern day to day life in Babylonia. 31 the Hammurabi Laws are not the earliest written laws nor the first of its kind, they are the most complete and incredibly well-preserved. The laws were created while Hammurabi reigned in Babylon from 1792 till 1750 BC
(E) It is widely believed that the Hammurabi Laws have been created on the grounds of Sumerian documents that 32 Hammurabi Laws. They seem to have been written by the king of Ur, Ur-Namma, and Lipit-Ishtar of Isin. The Hammurabi Laws have been carefully collected and written on a diorite stela in the temple of Marduk. The laws, 282 of them, centered around economic dealings such as commerce, prices, trade and tariffs, 33 family law, civil law, and criminal law. The punishment for 34 any of the laws was different and dependent on the circumstances as well as the offenders’ status. There were three 35 social classes in ancient Babylonia - the elite (amelu), the free man (mushkenu), and slaves (ardu). Interestingly enough, while the elite had various privileges and their births and deaths were recorded, under the laws, they were also subjected to harsher punishments and pricier fines.

(A) After
(B) Before
(C) Where
(D) While

(A) ensue
(B) incinerate
(C) predate
(D) terminate

(A) as long as
(B) as well as
(C) in case of
(D) in spite of

(A) breaking
(B) enforcing
(C) following
(D) upholding

(A) daffodil
(B) distinct
(C) divine
(D) dubious

36.第二篇: The national interest in keeping government secrets will always 36 the public interest in transparency. Just as a leak-proof government breeds abuses, so too can excessive leaks, particularly when involving other countries’ matters, destroy international alliances and mutual trust, making every nation 37 . Instead of asking the media to withhold publication, the best way for the U.S. government to prevent damaging leaks is to 38 . It’s utterly unbelievable that a staggering 3 million military personnel had access to the information contained in the first round of documents from WikiLeaks’ release of more than 250,000 U.S. embassy cables. 39 is that a single person, Bradley Manning, a 23-year-old Army intelligence analyst, boasted in an online chat that he had downloaded an astonishingly large number of 40 documents, which should never have been obtained in any forms by any persona less than the Secretary of Defense.
(A) necessitate
(B) sustain
(C) coincide with
(D) conflict with

(A) an island
(B) a partner
(C) a gem
(D) a wonder

(A) mend fences
(B) tighten security
(C) train spies
(D) execute dissidents

(A) Somewhat fortunate
(B) Similarly comforting
(C) More absurd
(D) Less influential

(A) classified
(B) classical
(C) confident
(D) compulsive

41.四、閱讀測驗【請在下列各題中選出最適當的答案】 第一篇: Approximately 450 years after the June 19, 1566, birth of King James I of England, one achievement of his reign still stands above the rest: the 1611 English translation of the Old and New Testaments that bears his name. The King James Bible, one of the most printed books ever, transformed the English language. King James I inherited a contentious religious situation. Just about 50 years before he came to power, Queen Elizabeth I’s half-sister, Queen Mary I, a Catholic, had executed nearly 250 Protestants during her short reign. As her successor, Elizabeth affirmed the legitimacy of her father Henry VIII’s Anglican Church, but maintained a settlement by which Protestants and Puritans were allowed to practice their own varieties of the religion. The Anglican Church was thus under attack from Puritans and Calvinists seeking to do away with bishops and their hierarchy. Eventually, in the 1640s, these bitter disputes would become catalysts of the English Civil War. But during James’ reign, they were expressed in a very different forum: translation. Translations of ancient texts exploded in the 15th century. Scholars in Italy, Holland and elsewhere perfected the Latin of Cicero and learned Greek and Hebrew. The “rediscovery” of these languages and the advent of printing allowed access to knowledge not only secular (the pagan Classics) but also sacred (the Bible in its original languages). The new market for translated texts created an urgent demand for individuals capable of reading the ancient languages. Protestant scholars used their new learning to render the Bible into common tongues, meant to give people a more direct relationship with God. The result, in England, was the publication of translations starting with William Tyndale’s 1526 Bible and culminating in the so-called “Geneva Bible” completed by Calvinists whom Queen Mary had exiled to Switzerland. In 1604, King James sought to unite these factions through one universally accepted text. The idea was proposed by a Puritan, John Rainolds who hoped that James would turn his face against the Bishops’ Bible, but his plan backfired when the King insisted that the new translation be based on it and condemned the notes of the Geneva translation. Though disappointed, Rainolds pressed on and was charged with producing a translation of the Prophets. He set about his work with a committee, as five similar committees elsewhere rendered different books of the Bible. These scholars examined every word to determine the most suitable turns of phrase before sending their work to colleagues for confirmation. Rainolds, dying in 1607, never saw the publication of his great work four years later.
【題組】41. What is the passage mainly about?
(A) How the King James Bible came to be.
(B) Why King James I fought the religious wars.
(C) What King James I did for the Anglican Church.
(D) Where the original King James Bible was kept.

42.【題組】42. Which of the following statements was true before King James I’s accession?
(A) Catholic Queen Mary I was preceded by Queen Elizabeth I legitimizing the Anglican Church.
(B) Quarrels between the Puritans and Calvinists during King James I’s period later led to the English Civil War.
(C) The Anglican Church was considered Protestants and their believers were once executed by Queen Elizabeth I.
(D) The father of Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I was Henry VIII who might have established the Anglican Church.

43.【題組】43. Which of the following reasons was NOT true regarding the making of King James Bible?
(A) European scholars had already mastered the ancient Latin of Cicero.
(B) Printing technologies had made copies of books, in general, possible.
(C) Two different existing English versions of the Bible had created religious circles in England.
(D) King James I was about to fight Switzerland in order to arrest the Calvinists exiled by Queen Mary.

44.【題組】44. What does it in the fourth paragraph refer to?
(A) King James Bible.
(B) The Geneva Bible.
(C) The Bishops’ Bible.
(D) William Tyndale’s Bible.

45.【題組】45. What was the role of Rainolds in the making of King James Bible?
(A) He started to translate the Bible into English based upon the Geneva Bible.
(B) He set about translating King James Bible and demanded similarity of the Bishops’ version.
(C) He proposed the idea of a unified English version of the Bible and was asked to translate a part of it.
(D) He was assigned to translate the Bible and to evaluate the correctness of the translation by himself.

46.第二篇: Wherever you find people, you’ll find festivals. Most of these cultural events involve fairly normal activities such as sharing specific cuisines, dancing or gift-giving. However, some consist of truly bizarre rituals, and here’s a selection of some really odd ones. Hadaka Matsuri The name of this festival translates from Japanese as “naked festival.” However, it should be noted that this is not a completely accurate description, as most of the participants in this all-male event wear a loincloth. The annual Hadaka Matsuri in the city Okayama on the third Saturday of February is the most famous mainly because the festival originated there 500 years ago. If you’re thinking of attending, bear in mind that it’s not the most comfortable situation, as things get really hot and sweaty when 9,000 semi-nude men squeeze into the well-known Saidaiji Temple. The men must catch a pair of lucky sticks that are thrown into the crowd by a monk, and place them in a box of rice, and the person who achieves this will earn a year of happiness. Monkey Buffet Festival For many tourists in Thailand, monkeys can be a nuisance. They jump all over you and grab anything they can get their hands on, including jewelry, so wearing earrings is potentially dangerous. However, it is notable that Thai people don’t view monkeys as a menace. In fact, they believe the cheeky creatures are relatives of a divine monkey named Hanuman. For this reason, giving the monkeys an annual feast each November is thought to bring good luck. There is music and dance at the festival, and youngsters dress up like monkeys, while the key feature is the buffet, which offers over 4,000 kilograms of fruits and vegetables! El Colacho This strange festival takes place in a small village in northern Spain. With unclear origins, it dates back to at least the 17 th century, and is held annually in May or June as part of a larger Catholic celebration. The main activity involves men jumping over babies less than one year old who are lying on a mattress. The men are dressed in devil costumes, and the act of jumping over the babies is supposed to cleanse their souls of evil. To many foreigners, however, this eccentric event does not make much sense.
【題組】46. What is the best title for this article?
(A) Weird Celebrations around the World
(B) Believe It or Not: Funny Traditions in Asia
(C) The Dark Side of Global Superstitions
(D) When Odd Rituals Went Wrong

47.【題組】47. What is the order of time for the three cultural events to take place in a year?
(A) Hadaka Matsuri, Monkey Buffet Festival, El Colacho
(B) Hadaka Matsuri, El Colacho, Monkey Buffet Festival
(C) Monkey Buffet Festival, Hadaka Matsuri, El Colacho
(D) El Colacho, Hadaka Matsuri, Monkey Buffet Festival

48.【題組】48. Which of the following aspects is NOT mentioned about El Colacho in the paragraph?
(A) Where it is celebrated.
(B) How long it has existed.
(C) Who started or invented it.
(D) Why local people observe it.

49.【題組】49. Which of the following is true about Hadaka Matsuri?
(A) It is a Japanese tradition which literally means “naked truth.”
(B) It first began in the city of Okayama around half of a millennium ago.
(C) As many as 9,000 men would try to grab a pair of sticks without any clothes on.
(D) Hadaka Matsuri is the name of the first monk that hosted this event and threw the sticks.

50.【題組】50. Which of the following is NOT true about Monkey Buffet Festival?
(A) Thai people hope to become fortunate by giving monkeys a good treat.
(B) The foods offered in the buffet are mostly thousands of kilos of produce.
(C) It is held to direct monkeys elsewhere so that they would not bother or attack tourists.
(D) People celebrate it with pleasant sounds and joyful movements as well as monkey costumes.



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