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1(A).

36 Reading stories about someone who ___________obstacles may motivate you to reach your goals.
(A) overcame
(B) overthrew
(C) overwhelmed
(D) overboard .

2(C).

37 The boy’s mother___________ he would start losing weight as he got a little older.
(A) confused
(B) evidenced
(C) anticipated
(D) persuaded .

3(D).

38 Children with poor eating habits are three times more likely to ___________health problems than those with good eating habits.
(A) put up with
(B) keep in touch with
(C) take the blame for
(D) end up with .

4(B).

39 Guests can only check in at the hotel after 3:00 p.m., ___________please leave your bags here and check in later.
(A) but
(B) so
(C) then
(D) and .

5(C).

40 Mosquitoes and black flies caused the hikers much___________ when they went hiking in the forest in summer.
(A) ferment
(B) comment
(C) torment
(D) fragment .

6(B).

請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題: Just because Vitamin C is of no use against a cold doesn’t mean you should forget about this vitamin. Vitamin C helps 41 many other health problems, including heart disease and strokes. This vitamin is also good for your eyes, increases brain power, and it can prevent wrinkles. There are 42 parts of the body that don’t get a boost from Vitamin C. Now that you know the real health benefits of Vitamin C, you might want to know the best way to get it work for you. The current recommended dose of this vitamin is 500 mg a day. 43 you could just take a pill, there are many fruits that carry high doses of Vitamin C, like guavas, papayas, strawberries, kiwis, and oranges. You can also get Vitamin C from vegetables such as red peppers, dark leafy greens, and broccoli. Eating these foods will give you the C you need, 44 many other vitamins and minerals that keep you healthy. Vitamin C may not be a cure for a cold. However, by keeping your heart, eyes, brain, and skin 45 working order, this vitamin does its best to make sure you look and feel fantastic.
【題組】 41
(A) boost
(B) prevent
(C) evaluate
(D) measure .

7(A).

【題組】42
(A) few
(B) less
(C) little
(D) more .

8(C).

【題組】43
(A) How
(B) That
(C) While
(D) Where .

9(B).
X


【題組】44
(A) as well as
(B) as soon as
(C) no less than
(D) no more than .

10(B).

【題組】45
(A) at
(B) in
(C) for
(D) with .

11(B).

請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題: Urban legends are an important part of popular culture, experts say, offering insight into our fears and the state of society. They’re also good fun. “Life is so much more interesting with monsters in it,” says Mikel J. Koven, a folklorist. “It’s the same with these legends. They’re just good stories.” Like the variations in the stories themselves, folklorists all have their own definitions of what makes an urban legend. Academics have always disagreed on whether urban legends are, by definition, too fantastic to be true or at least partly based on fact, said Koven, who tends to believe the latter. Urban legends aren’t easily verifiable, by nature. Usually passed on by word of mouth or in e-mail form, they often invoke the famous clause—“it happened to friend of a friend”(or FOAF)that makes finding the original source of the story virtually impossible. Discovering the truth behind urban legends, however, isn’t as important as the lessons they impart, experts say. “The lack of verification in no way diminishes the appeal that urban legends have for us,” writes Jan Harold Brunvand in “The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meanings.” “We enjoy them merely as stories, and tend to at least half-believe them as possibly accurate reports.” 
 A renowned folklorist, Brunvand is considered the pre-eminent scholar on urban legends. The definition of an urban legend, he writes, is “a strong basic story-appeal, a foundation in actual belief, and a meaningful message or moral.” Most urban legends tend to offer a moral lesson, Koven agreed, that is always interpreted differently depending on the individual. The lessons don’t necessarily have to be of the deep, meaning-of-life, variety, he said. Urban legends are also good indicators of what’s going on in current society, said Koven. “By looking at what’s implied in a story, we get an insight into the fears of a group in society,” he said. Urban legends “need to make cultural sense,” he said, noting that some stick around for decades while others fizzle out depending on their relevance to the modern social order. It’s a lack of information coupled with these fears that tends to give rise to new legends, Koven said. “When demand exceeds supply, people will fill in the gaps with their own information as they’ll just make it up.” The abundance of conspiracy theories and legends surrounding 9/11, the war in Iraq and Hurricane Katrina seems to point to distrust in the government among some groups, he said. But urban legends aren’t all serious life lessons and conspiracy theories, experts say, with the scariest, most plausible ones often framed as funny stories. Those stories can spread like wildfire in today’s Internet world, but they’ve been part of human culture as long as there has been culture, and Brunvand argues that legends should be around as long as there are inexplicable curiosities in life.

【題組】46 What is the main idea of this passage?
(A) Urban legends are all nonsense that we needn’t pay attention to.
(B) Urban legends have many levels of concepts and they will survive.
(C) Urban legends are a good way to escape from government control.
(D) Urban legends should not spread before the source of information is confirmed. .

12(A).

【題組】47 Which of the following statements is NOT a characteristic of urban legends?
(A) They only told stories long time ago.
(B) They are sometimes creepy and scary.
(C) They sometimes have moral lessons.
(D) They are not easy to prove true or false. .

13(D).

【題組】48 According to the expert, what is people’s common attitude toward urban legends?
(A) They don’t believe them at first, but after verification, they do.
(B) They dismiss them as nonsense; they don’t believe them at all.
(C) They not only believe them but also spread them without consideration.
(D) They tend to think they are stories, or half-believe them with some details. .

14(B).

【題組】49 According to the passage, which statement below is NOT true?
(A) The Internet helps a lot on the spreading of urban legends.
(B) It is easy for people to verify urban legends through the Internet.
(C) As long as people remain curious, the urban legends are here to stay.
(D) People’s fear may sometimes contribute to the generation of urban legends. .

15(A).
X


【題組】50 What type of writing does this passage belong to?
(A) Narrative.
(B) Analytical.
(C) Descriptive.
(D) Pedagogical. .

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