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1.1. Having received unusually low amounts of rain, the country is currently experiencing a water ____.
(A) shortage
(B) excess
(C) surplus
(D) overflow


2.2. The team will ____ the risks of the strategy in order to decide whether to adopt it or not.
(A) scale
(B) weight
(C) assess
(D) escalate


3.3. Drug trials did not provide sufficient ____ that the medicine is effective.
(A) clue
(B) goods
(C) witness
(D) evidence


4.4. ____ refers to any type of marketing communication used to inform or persuade target audiences of the relative merits of a product, service, brand or issue.
(A) Demotion
(B) Promotion
(C) Development
(D) Advancement


5.5. To everyone’s surprise, the long-time friend of the candidate voted for his ____ in this year’s election.
(A) supplement
(B) bandit
(C) opponent
(D) triumph


6.6. As the number of confirmed cases ____ in the city, the government began to consider shutting down schools.
(A) tweaked
(B) romped
(C) surged
(D) loitered


7.7. Be careful not to get bitten by the animal. It may look small and cute, but it’s from one of the most ____ species.
(A) unanimous
(B) nominal
(C) fractional
(D) venomous


8.8. A solar eclipse ____ a portion of the Earth is engulfed in a shadow cast by the Moon which fully or partially blocks sunlight.
(A) occurs
(B) occurs when
(C) that occurs
(D) which occurs


9.9. ____ being intelligent, Sarah is also diligent.
(A) Not only
(B) Except
(C) Beside
(D) Besides


10.10. A new television series teaches handicapped children ____ can and should think about career development.
(A) and
(B) both
(C) that they
(D) what they


11.11. ____ in a vicious crash, Kyle Busch would not participate in the race. Joe Gibbs Racing said he had surgery to repair his leg, was resting comfortably and will remain hospitalized for observation.
(A) His broken leg
(B) His leg is broken
(C) His leg was broken
(D) His leg having been broken


12.12. The president signed an executive order last month ____ an existing law that protects federal monuments.
(A) reinforced
(B) to reinforce
(C) which at reinforced
(D) that reinforcing


13.13. Angry parents ____ one of the major entrances into the school hours before the event started.
(A) have blocked
(B) blocking
(C) were blocked
(D) had blocked


14.14. The concert, ____ Friday night at 10 p.m. and ____ until 6 a.m., will be the first open performance of the popular group in four years.
(A) to start…lasted
(B) which start… last
(C) that is start…. lasts
(D) starting… lasting


15.15. The instructor recommended ____ the language so that young readers could comprehend.
(A) that we simplify
(B) simplified
(C) we simplifying
(D) us go simplify


16.三、克漏字測驗【請依照段落上下文意,選出最適當的答案】 
With the threat of a pandemic, the most common emotional response is fear. If the threat is eliminated (such as with a vaccine), people may  16  shaking hands or kissing on the cheek. If the perception of threat remains, however, people may be less likely to  17  these behaviors. Over time, we could see a shift in the social norms, where it is more acceptable not to shake hands or refuse a kiss on the cheek. Those of us who have a strong perception of threat will most likely avoid large crowds. The pandemic has also seen people unite for the common good,  18  that be fundraising and volunteering for those affected by the crisis, or increased respect for frontline workers. It would be refreshing if this lasted. The experience of a collective emergency often gives people a greater sense of  19  identity and concern for others. Hopefully, we will be more  20  of what we normally take for granted such as our health and health care workers, our freedom and liberties, and so forth. No matter how bad the circumstance is, we adapt as life continues to be different in a post-Coronavirus world.

【題組】16.
(A) consume
(B) assume
(C) presume
(D) resume


17.【題組】17.
(A) put on
(B) take up
(C) engage in
(D) turn over


18.【題組】18.
(A) if
(B) where
(C) whether
(D) whether or not


19.【題組】19.
(A) owned
(B) shared
(C) rejected
(D) belonged


20.【題組】20.
(A) appreciative
(B) forced
(C) indispensable
(D) neglectful


21.四、閱讀測驗
   Since many people now value unique life experiences over material goods, visiting the world’s most beautiful locations has become an increasingly common passion. As a result, the tourism industry has been growing at a yearly rate of around 4 percent. Though we may be living in a golden age of travel, mass tourism—and the frequent air travel that goes along with it—could have a severe effect on the environment if left unchecked.
   The millions of feet that trample on the world’s natural wonders can do as much damage in a year as natural causes would in hundreds, not to mention the tons of garbage left by careless tourists. Even more insidious is the larger amount of carbon emissions produced by modern airplanes. In 2018, 4.3 billion passengers traveled by air, which was 38 million more than the previous year. Its effect was once almost negligible, but now air travel accounts for 2 percent of global carbon emissions. 
  For those of us concerned about the environment, what can be done to make sure our travels are as environmentally friendly as possible? Travelers to environmentally vulnerable places must of course take care to limit the direct impact of their visit—that is, do their best to respect local laws and leave no trace. However, even more vital is to carefully research any trip and only choose destinations that have the infrastructure necessary to handle tourism in a sustainable way. If traveling by air is necessary, passengers should pack lightly, which saves on airplane fuel, and whenever possible, fly directly rather than with several layovers. Airplanes use a large amount of their fuel during takeoff, so avoiding multiple stops will considerably reduce a passenger’s personal carbon footprint. Secondly, if you can afford it, take advantage of “carbon offsetting” choices offered by many airlines. This is usually an extra charge that goes toward funding schemes that reduce your carbon footprint, such as forest-planting or clean-energy projects. Traveling the world is something few of us are willing to give up. The least we can do is make sure that our own enjoyment does not make it impossible for the next generation of travelers to enjoy the world.

【題組】21. What does “if left unchecked” mean in the first paragraph?
(A) if not locked
(B) if none attended
(C) if left by itself
(D) if not to be restricted


22.【題組】22. Which of the following is closest in meaning to “insidious” in the second paragraph?
(A) scarcely controversial
(B) seemingly harmless but actually with grave effect
(C) obviously beneficial
(D) currently prominent but eventually negligible


23.【題組】23. Based on the article, which of the following statements is true?
(A) On average, 4.3 billion people fly each year.
(B) The tourist industry is growing about 5 percent per year.
(C) Transportation taken by tourists accounts for 2 percent of the world’s carbon emissions.
(D) The number of people traveling by airplane increased by 38 million from 2017 to 2018.


24.【題組】24. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way to reduce the effects of travel?
(A) Taking care to follow local laws.
(B) Booking nonstop flights whenever possible.
(C) Bringing all your trash with you when you leave.
(D) Paying a little extra for programs that cancel the carbon footprint of your flight.


25.【題組】25. What is the most appropriate title for the article?
(A) Planet-Friendly Traveling.
(B) Global Carbon Emissions.
(C) The Tourism Industry in the World.
(D) How to Create A Sustainable Environment


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