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1.1. Johnson was unable to give a(n) __________ to the difficult question because he didn’t understand it at all.
(A) comedy
(B) response
(C) ability
(D) percent


2.2. The restaurant __________ various dishes for its customers. They can choose rice, noodles, or dumplings for their dinner.
(A) provides
(B) tends
(C) litters
(D) funds


3.3. BMW is a German company that has long been famous for the __________ of high-quality and expensive cars.
(A) normal
(B) production
(C) laughter
(D) muscle


4.4. To __________ costs, Ms. Cruz decided to make her meals at home instead of going out to eat.
(A) gain
(B) pursue
(C) claim
(D) reduce


5.5. Susan had a strong desire to serve the public, so she decided to go into __________.
(A) enthusiasm
(B) pain
(C) politics
(D) attitude


6.6. Zoey made every effort to __________ her goal of becoming a doctor, and she finally succeeded after years of hard work.
(A) achieve
(B) explore
(C) sort
(D) include


7.7. Our math teacher used some simple examples to help us better understand the difficult __________.
(A) career
(B) degree
(C) concept
(D) advantage


8.8. If too many people are out of work, __________ problems are sure to rise.
(A) convenient
(B) social
(C) rural
(D) absolute


9.9. Dexter follows a careful diet and exercises every day to __________ his weight.
(A) harm
(B) complicate
(C) maintain
(D) weaken


10.10. “Never put off what I can do today till tomorrow” is my __________ of doing things, so I always hand in my homework on time.
(A) contrast
(B) protection
(C) management
(D) policy


11.11. After the firefighters received the phone call about the fire, they took __________ action and rushed to the burning factory.
(A) colonial
(B) political
(C) worthless
(D) immediate


12.12. Scientists still have difficulty __________ when a great earthquake will occur.
(A) predicting
(B) healing
(C) motivating
(D) focusing


13.二、單字書中英文意思配對題 (共25分,每題1分)
【題組】13.() transfer
(A)遷移;轉移、轉乘
(B)總結;結束
(C)吸引人的事或物
(D)氛圍;氣氛
(E)商業的、商業廣告


14.【題組】14.( ) commercial
(A)遷移;轉移、轉乘
(B)總結;結束
(C)吸引人的事或物
(D)氛圍;氣氛
(E)商業的、商業廣告


15.【題組】15.( ) attraction
(A)遷移;轉移、轉乘
(B)總結;結束
(C)吸引人的事或物
(D)氛圍;氣氛
(E)商業的、商業廣告


16.【題組】16.( ) conclude
(A)遷移;轉移、轉乘
(B)總結;結束
(C)吸引人的事或物
(D)氛圍;氣氛
(E)商業的、商業廣告


17.【題組】17.( ) atmosphere
(A)遷移;轉移、轉乘
(B)總結;結束
(C)吸引人的事或物
(D)氛圍;氣氛
(E)商業的、商業廣告


18.【題組】18.( ) background
(A)容忍;容許;忍受
(B)背景;學經歷
(C)地理(學)的
(D)防禦物;防衛
(E)惡劣的;嚴峻的


19.【題組】19.( ) tolerate
(A)容忍;容許;忍受
(B)背景;學經歷
(C)地理(學)的
(D)防禦物;防衛
(E)惡劣的;嚴峻的


20.【題組】20.( ) defense
(A)容忍;容許;忍受
(B)背景;學經歷
(C)地理(學)的
(D)防禦物;防衛
(E)惡劣的;嚴峻的


21.【題組】21.( ) harsh
(A)容忍;容許;忍受
(B)背景;學經歷
(C)地理(學)的
(D)防禦物;防衛
(E)惡劣的;嚴峻的


22.【題組】22.( ) geographical
(A)容忍;容許;忍受
(B)背景;學經歷
(C)地理(學)的
(D)防禦物;防衛
(E)惡劣的;嚴峻的


23.【題組】23.( ) adapt
(A)忽略;忽視
(B)製造商
(C)(使)適應、改編
(D)全球的;全世界的
(E)凍僵;結冰


24.【題組】24.( () freeze
(A)忽略;忽視
(B)製造商
(C)(使)適應、改編
(D)全球的;全世界的
(E)凍僵;結冰


25.【題組】25.( ) manufacturer
(A)忽略;忽視
(B)製造商
(C)(使)適應、改編
(D)全球的;全世界的
(E)凍僵;結冰


26.【題組】26.( ) neglect
(A)忽略;忽視
(B)製造商
(C)(使)適應、改編
(D)全球的;全世界的
(E)凍僵;結冰


27.【題組】27.( ) global
(A)忽略;忽視
(B)製造商
(C)(使)適應、改編
(D)全球的;全世界的
(E)凍僵;結冰


28.【題組】28.( ) recover
(A)汙染
(B)最低的;最小量
(C)擔憂的
(D)需求;需求量
(E)找回;恢復


29.【題組】29.( ) demand
(A)汙染
(B)最低的;最小量
(C)擔憂的
(D)需求;需求量
(E)找回;恢復


30.【題組】30.( ) minimum
(A)汙染
(B)最低的;最小量
(C)擔憂的
(D)需求;需求量
(E)找回;恢復


31.【題組】31.( () pollute
(A)汙染
(B)最低的;最小量
(C)擔憂的
(D)需求;需求量
(E)找回;恢復


32.【題組】32.( ) concerned
(A)汙染
(B)最低的;最小量
(C)擔憂的
(D)需求;需求量
(E)找回;恢復


33.【題組】33.( ) contribute
(A)消費者
(B)做出貢獻;促成
(C)醫學的;醫療的
(D)提醒物
(E)購買的東西、購買


34.【題組】34.( )medical
(A)消費者
(B)做出貢獻;促成
(C)醫學的;醫療的
(D)提醒物
(E)購買的東西、購買


35.【題組】35.( )consumer
(A)消費者
(B)做出貢獻;促成
(C)醫學的;醫療的
(D)提醒物
(E)購買的東西、購買


36.【題組】36.( )purchase
(A)消費者
(B)做出貢獻;促成
(C)醫學的;醫療的
(D)提醒物
(E)購買的東西、購買


37.【題組】37.( ) reminder
(A)消費者
(B)做出貢獻;促成
(C)醫學的;醫療的
(D)提醒物
(E)購買的東西、購買


38.三、克漏字 (共15分,每題1分)
 A. How do people deal with the unknown? According to research, superstition __38__ fear. For example, Westerners are used to __39__ that devils might enter one’s body when one sneezes. Therefore, they would say, “Bless you,” when someone around them sneezes. When a woman is getting married, she will invite her sisters and close friends to be her bridesmaids. Bridesmaids are typically young women of marriageable age. 
What they have to do is take part in the wedding and help the bride on the wedding day. The __40__ of the superstition dates back to Roman times. It was believed that evil spirits would attend the wedding __41__ and did something bad to hurt the bride. Therefore, bridesmaids were asked to fool the unwelcome visitors by __42__ the same as the bride. The superstition is so well-known that most people choose to do as most people do. Many other customs are __43__ to weddings, and traditions of wedding and marriage vary from culture to culture.
 With the change of time, some superstitions remain unchanged because people hope to have a chance to control their own life. Although predicting the future is impossible, people find comfort __44__ following customs. This is why most of the superstitions can be passed on to the younger generations.

【題組】38( )
(A) looks for
(B) grows out of
(C) takes the place of
(D) fights off


39.【題組】39( )
(A) believing
(B) believe
(C) believed
(D) be believed


40.【題組】40( )
(A) scream
(B) diary
(C) tendency
(D) origin


41.【題組】41( )
(A) association
(B) engagement
(C) ceremony
(D) scientist


42.【題組】42( )
(A) dressed
(B) dress
(C) to dress
(D) dressing


43.【題組】43( )
(A) artificial
(B) related
(C) familiar
(D) actual


44.【題組】44( )
(A) on
(B) at
(C) in
(D) of


45.B. There is no denying that honesty is always the best policy. As kids, we are taught the __45__ of honesty through fairy tales and stories. It’s true __46__ if one lies, he or she will lose everything just like the boy who cried wolf. But, why do we still lie from time to time?
 People lie for a number of reasons. They may lie to cover up their mistakes or to __47__ in an embarrassing situation. Or, they lie to get out of situations that they don’t want to be __48__ in or cannot deal with. There’s another reason why people lie. They lie __49__ keep themselves out of dangerous situations. Parents may teach their children to lie under certain __50__. Some parents, for example, ask their children to say that Mom and Dad are too busy __51__ the phone if a stranger calls while they are out. It is a(n) __52__ lie which can keep people safe from harm.
 It is not always easy to determine a specific reason for a lie. Whatever the reason is, we’d better think twice before we lie for fear of losing others’ trust forever.

【題組】45( )
(A) admission
(B) convenience
(C) project
(D) virtue


46.【題組】46( )
(A) that
(B) what
(C) who
(D) which


47.【題組】47( )
(A) pay off
(B) save face
(C) set up
(D) stay up


48.【題組】48( )
(A) consequent
(B) confident
(C) involved
(D) recent


49.【題組】49( )
(A) in order not to
(B) so as not to
(C) for the purpose of
(D) so as to


50.【題組】50( )
(A) circumstances
(B) consequences
(C) comedians
(D) reactions


51.【題組】51( )
(A) answering
(B) to answer
(C) that answer
(D) to answering


52.【題組】52( )
(A) honest
(B) fellow
(C) protective
(D) irresponsible


53.四、文意選填 (共10分,每題1分) 
 A superstition is a belief, and it means that one event can result in—or prevent—another, especially when the two are in no way related. Take a rabbit’s foot. Rabbits, unlike most other animals, touch the ground __53__ their back feet first when they are running. Many Westerners thus think that this is unusual and __54__ a rabbit’s foot as a lucky sign. However, there is no __55__ proof of this superstition. __56__ on wood is another similar example. Americans are used to saying “knock on wood” or actually doing so to __57__ something bad from happening when they have just said it won’t occur or hasn’t occurred. This is because they are afraid that tree spirits would affect their luck. Many people stick to these beliefs because they tend to superstitiously __58__ one event with another. 
In addition to the above superstitions for good luck, some customs that have long been practiced grow out of people’s fears. Most people practice these customs to deal with the __59__. In Taiwan, for __60__, the word for the number “four” sounds like the word for “death.” __61__ this association, the number “four” has long been viewed as an unlucky number by most Taiwanese people. The reason why people in some Western countries often say “Bless you” when someone sneezes is also __62__ on superstition. In the past, they used to believe that devils might enter a person’s body when that person sneezed. 

(A) Because of
(B) instance
(C) scientific
(D) Knocking
(E) prevent (AB) regard (AC) based (AD) associate (AE) with (BC) unknown

【題組】53


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63.五、閱讀測驗 (共16分,每題2分) 
A. Once there lived a poor man who had never gone to school, and most people thought that he was stupid. But this man knew a magic trick (把戲) that let him feed himself. If he stood under a mango tree and spoke magic words, the tree would grow fruit right away. The man could eat mangoes until he was full, and he would give the rest away. 
 One day, a young man, Keshav, saw what the man did and begged to learn the trick. The man agreed to teach him but warned, “If I teach you, you must never be greedy, and you must always tell the truth. The magic will stop working if you ever tell a lie.”
 Keshav learned the magic and went home. He did the trick several times every day, and he made a fortune by selling mangoes in the market. When the king learned of this, he sent for Keshav and had him explain where he had learned the magic. 
 Keshav was proud and didn’t want to tell the king that he’d learned something from a man who was thought to be stupid by everyone. So he lied and said he learned it from a wise magician in a faraway land. 
 The king wanted to see the trick and ordered Keshav demonstrate (示範) the magic for him. Everyone watched as Keshav stood under the king’s mango tree. He said the magic words, but nothing happened, just as the man had warned—the magic would stop working if Keshav told a lie..
 Seeing he had no choice, Keshav told the king the truth. The king was angry at him and killed him for being so proud and for lying. The magic never worked again because Keshav had used it for his own greed.

【題組】63)( ) According to the passage, how did the poor man support himself?
(A) By teaching magic tricks.
(B) By working for the king.
(C) By doing a magic trick.
(D) By performing the magic show.


64.【題組】64)() According to the passage, what did the old man warn Keshav about?
(A) He should never show his trick to the public.
(B) He should not do it too many times in one day.
(C) He should always be honest and never be greedy.
(D) He should not reveal who taught him the magic trick.


65.【題組】65)( ) According to the passage, why did the king kill Keshav?
(A) Keshav refused to reveal who taught him the magic trick.
(B) Keshav acted proudly and made up a lie.
(C) Keshav made a lot of money by selling mangoes.
(D) Keshav failed to repay the man who taught him the trick.


66.【題組】66)( ) According to the passage, which of the following about Keshav is true?
(A) He is proud and dishonest.
(B) He is irresponsible and friendly.
(C) He is lucky and honest.
(D) He is confident and smart.


67.B. In Western culture, you will probably feel nervous when you break a mirror because it may bring seven years of bad luck. When you knock over (打翻) a salt shaker (佐料瓶), you will have to throw some salt over your left shoulder. These will look strange and foolish to Asians. Yet the same Asian people might turn around and tell you that it is bad luck to get married or travel on certain days, or stick (插) your chopsticks upright in a bowl full of rice. 
 Every country in the world has its own superstitious beliefs that go far back into its history and traditions. In Spain, you will have bad luck if you wear your shirt inside out. In Europe or the U.S., people avoid walking under a ladder. Russians will not wash their hair on the day when a family member is leaving the house. In China, you will rarely find the 4th and 14th floors as these numbers have similar pronunciations to that of “death.” Sometimes beliefs in different countries have opposite (相反的) meanings. Russians never have birthday parties before the actual birth date, but some Chinese people would have their birthdays celebrated beforehand (預先). While in many European countries, a black cat crossing your way is a bad sign, in Britain, a black cat brings good luck. Germans are more specific about black cats though. If a black cat crosses your path from the right to the left, it is a bad sign, but from the left to the right—the cat is granting(賜給) favorable(有助益的) times for you.
 Superstitions are not supposed to influence our lives, but if you go abroad, you should find out in advance about the most popular superstitions of that country so that you will not make someone uncomfortable by doing something totally “unlucky.”

【題組】67)( ) According to the passage, what may seem terrible to Europeans but fine with Asians?
(A) Breaking a mirror.
(B) Sticking chopsticks upright in a bowl full of rice.
(C) Buying an apartment on the 14th floor.
(D) Celebrating a birthday after the birth date.


68.【題組】68)( ) According to the passage, if you go to Russia, what will you find?
(A) They dislike to live on the 4th floor of the apartment.
(B) They consider wearing one’s shirt inside out fashionable.
(C) They would avoid passing under a ladder.
(D) They avoid washing their hair on a day when a family member is leaving home.


69.【題組】69)( ) According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?
(A) Germans would welcome black cats crossing their path from left to right.
(B) Some Chinese people would prefer to celebrate their birthdays ahead of time.
(C) In Britain, a black cat is a bad sign.
(D) Chinese people would avoid traveling and holding wedding ceremony on certain days.


70.【題組】70)( ) Which is the best title for this passage?
(A)World Without Superstitions
(B) Popular Superstitions Around the World
(C) Superstitions about Chopsticks
(D) Black Cats: Loved by All


【非選題】
71.
六、依據提示完成句型 (共16分,第一、二題4分,第三、四題3分,第五題2分) 
提示: That­clause + be + adj. → It + be + adj. + that­clause

【題組】1. That the same gesture can have different meanings in different countries is interesting. (請使用It . . .改寫) →_____


【非選題】
72.【題組】

2. 5f2e5eae40892.jpg (請使用形容詞heavy並帶入比較級句型來合併兩句話) →_____



【非選題】
73.【題組】

3. The girl who carried a lot of books was Lily. (請簡化並用分詞片語改寫) →_____



【非選題】
74.【題組】4. Your hair is too long. _____ (get a haircut). (請使用It is time...句型與提示字get a haircut來完成句子) 提示: S1 + be/V + as adj. (+ N) as + S2 . . . S1 + V + as adv. as + S2 . . .

【非選題】
75.【題組】5. I can’t dance as well as (good) my sister but I can sing better than she can. (請使用as…as句型來完成句子)

【非選題】
76.
七、文意字彙 (共6分,每題2分) 請根據句意寫出相符的單字

【題組】1. Parents always offer v__e advice when their children turn to them for help.


【非選題】
77.【題組】2. Riding a bike to work has many b__ts. It does good to our health and is more environmentally friendly.

【非選題】
78.【題組】3. A dishwasher (洗碗機) is a very useful piece of kitchen e___t. We use it every day after each big meal.

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