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What do dreams mean? This is a question that _____6 _____ about dreams. People have always been interestedin dreams, even if they cannot be sure what their dreams really mean. Dreaming of not being able to move is a common experience of many people. You try to get away from something, _____7 _____ you cannot move. Or you dream you are doing something probably wrong. Like this example: A young girl, whose mother had told her never to go out with a boy alone, _____8 _____ dreamed of being in a dance hall with a large number of boys after her. She was _____9 _____ and tried to run away. But she could not move. Her legs would not move. The dream showed that her real wish was to get boys' attention. If you cannot get away from something in a dream, it may mean that you do not really wish to get away from it. Like the young girl, people often wish to do something they _____10 _____ allowed to do in real life.

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46、*Catherine sells houses for a company. A man has agreed to buy a house for $450,000, but then he changes his mind. Her boss calls her into his office. He is so angry that he speaks rudely to her. She knows it is not her fault, and she bursts into tears. *Having just finished dinner, Jim is talking in the backyard with his wife and children. The phone rings. It is Jim’s mother calling from another city. Jim’s father has just had a heart attack and died. Jim starts crying as he tells his mother he will come as soon as possible. *How do people feel about crying? Catherine was embarrassed and very angry with herself. Jim felt better after he let out his feelings. *Chemists have been studying why people cry. They say the body produces two kinds of tears. One kind cleans out the eye if it gets dirt in it. But when people cry because of their feelings, these tears have poison chemicals in them. The body is getting rid of chemicals produced by strong feelings.
【題組】50 Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
(A) Business.
(B) Feeling.
(C) Anger.
(D) Crying. .

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What will life be like in the future? Many people are busy making predictions about the future. Scientists and engineers find out how current technology can be further developed. Other scholars are deeply concerned about ecology and the kinds of energy we should use to protect the environment in the future. Writers put their imaginative ideas about the future into science fiction novels. One example is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, which is a story about a scientist who tried to create a new human being. Today science fiction writers write about life on other planets and how human beings can live longer. People from all walks of life are involved in thinking about the future because our survival may depend upon it.
【題組】6 The term “Science Fiction” refers to books that mainly .
(A) teach the scientific laws of nature
(B) show realistic social conditions
(C) guess about the future
(D) give advice about how to stay healthy .


Online learning is also called distance education. Many American colleges and universities have been offering it for years. Online classes are usually taught by _8_ who have been trained in online teaching. These classes can be highly interactive, _9_ students communicate with each other and their teachers. Some classes require students to all log in at the same time so they can _10_ live lectures by a professor. Students can also ask questions and work together on team projects. Many schools offer online education. Students should be especially careful of programs that offer a degree _11_ for little or no work. These are known as diploma mills, and are illegal in the United States. Educational advisers also say that before you enter any program, make sure the work will _12_ in your country.


There is no _______ that Joanna will pass the French exam. She has studied so hard for it.
(A) idea
(B) worry
(C) doubt
(D) rush.

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請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題 The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species(CITES) took place in Doha, Qatar, between March 12 and 25, 2010. The representatives of 175 member nations discussed several animal species that are in danger of becoming extinct because of trade, both legal and illegal. CITES secretary-general Willem Wijnstekers said, “If we use tiger numbers as a performance indicator, then we must admit that we have failed miserably.” Human encroaching and illegal trade in tiger parts have contributed to the fall in their numbers from 100,000 at the beginning of the 20th century to around 3,600 today. Bans were proposed on legal trading in certain species. Japan is the largest importer of the Atlantic bluefin tuna. The fish is the key ingredient in sushi, a Japanese delicacy. Stocks of this fish have fallen by 75% due to widespread overfishing. Monaco, a European nation, proposed a ban on fishing. The World Wildlife Fund world call for restaurants, retailers, chefs and consumers around the world to stop selling, serving, buying and eating the endangered fish. The USA proposed a ban on the international sale of polar bear skins. Their population, now between 20,000 and 25,000, could go down by one-third by the year 2050. This is because climate change is destroying their natural habitat. CITES members opposed the ban saying the threat to the habitat was not connected with trade. They also said that polar bear hunting was a regulated activity and that it was a source of livelihood to many people.
【題組】49 Which country should be held responsible for the overfishing of Atlantic bluefin tuna?
(A) Qatar
(B) Japan
(C) Monaco
(D) The U.S.A. .

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請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題: Gasoline used to be very cheap in the United States. Companies bought oil cheaply from overseas and turned it into gasoline. The government encouraged the low prices and did not tax gasoline much. Americans became used to larger and larger cars that took a lot of gasoline to run. The amount of gasoline a car uses depends on the car’s size and weight, along with the design of the engine. Gasoline in Western Europe and Japan, however, was very expensive, partly because governments put high taxes on gasoline to raise money. Cars built in Western Europe and Japan were generally small and light, and they used much less gasoline. In 1973, some of the countries that sold oil to the United States stopped selling it. As a result, there wasn’t enough gasoline, and the price of oil products, including gasoline, rose sharply. The prices stayed high when the oil-producing countries started to sell oil again in 1974.
【題組】49 According to the article, the price of gasoline rose in the U.S. in 1973 because .
(A)there were more cars imported from Japan
(B)there was a huge gasoline shortage
(C)there were fewer gasoline stations
(D)there were more cars imported from Western Europe .


第 41 題至第 45 題,請依文意,從四個選項中選出最合適者 Pushing a wheelchair is not really as easy as it looks. Before 41 out, you have to make sure that the rider is situated well in the seat of the wheelchair, so that the balance is kept steady during the ride. Also, her legs have to be firmly placed on the footrests so that her feet will not 42 on the ground. Then, before going forward, the brakes on the wheels have to be released. While en route, there are also many things to watch out for. You should never go too fast 43 bumps appear in your path. Maybe a teenager will suddenly stop in front of you to tie his tennis 44 laces or a young toddler will wander into your pathway, and you will have to come to a 45 stop. If you are careful enough, you and the rider will arrive at your destination without any mishaps. 41


3 Jane was very happy that her speech last night attracted a large _____.
(A) audience
(B) circle
(C) auditorium
(D) people.


40 There are always taxis waiting at the railway station for people ______the train.
(A) looking for
(B) getting off
(C) taking care of
(D) stepping on .


41 The wedding will ______on Sunday, May 1, on the south lawn of Central Park.
(A) turn out
(B) turn up
(C) take place
(D) make sense .


39 Ken has traveled a lot, but he ______to Taiwan.
(A) has never been
(B) has never
(C) is never
(D) was never.

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A refugee is a person who leaves his or her country to find a safer place to live. Refugees are usually running away from their countries due to reasons of war or differences in beliefs or races. Millions of refugees are living in crowded camps. The situation is particularly difficult for children. Losing their parents, many young refugees have become the heads of their families. They have to act older and wiser than they really are. It is said that the number of refugees has been going down by 18 percent. There are several reasons for this. First, the smaller number of refugees may be caused by increased efforts to help refugees go back home. Another possible reason is that it has become more difficult for people to seek help in other countries. For example, some countries have changed the rules for refugees who want to cross their country lines and stay there. Though the decreasing number is good news, there are still many people running away from their own country. Hopefully, the world will try hard to keep refugee numbers down.
【題組】49 Many young refugees have to act older and wiser than they really are because______ .
(A) their parents are gone
(B) their camps are full of people
(C) they lost their beliefs in God
(D) they grow bigger in the refugee camps.


3 A friend of ____is coming to stay with me next week.
(A) me
(B) my
(C) Mary
(D) mine .


5 We are so glad that Miss Snow is teaching ____ English.
(A) we
(B) hers
(C) ours
(D) us .


In many countries people used to shop for groceries in small shops or at street markets. But 41 people go to supermarkets instead. Most supermarkets are organized in a manner that will make shoppers want to 42 money not only on food, but on other items that they didn’t plan to buy before they entered the store. There are many things on display that people really don’t need, like jewelry, 43 decorations, flowers, and cakes. Smart shoppers should protect themselves against the attractions of the displays and spend their money 44 . So the next time you go to the supermarket just buy the items that are 45 for the dinner table.
(A) spend
(B) sell
(C) buy
(D) cost .

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請依下文回答第 32 題至第 35 題 He had expected the nursing home to be a cozy little building where a handful of old people quietly spent their last days with the comforting help of dutiful nurses. Instead, the building Daan led him to was huge. Three stories with several wings branching out from the central block in the middle of a well-tended park, provided with plenty of trees and flowers and patches of garden no doubt meant to dress the place up to look like a well-to-do country house or a luxury health spa. But nothing could disguise the institutional bulk of the “home” or the endless comings and goings of cars and vans and buses and bikes and various vehicles of a clinical type, and the people—patients, visitors, medical staff—who thus arrived and left. In fact, not a home in any honest sense of the word but a busy hospital for the treatment of the legion of ailments, failings, accidents, and calamities, including the final requirement of death, that afflict the elderly, senior citizens, those in the autumn of their years.
【題組】32 People who live in this nursing home are_____ .
(D)old .


36 Tom____ his best suit and went to the party.
(A)got on
(B)put on
(C)took on
(D)worked on.

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Nowadays, computers have become part of our daily lives. People use computers to search for information, or simply play computer games. 
I use my computer twice a week. I frequently use it to download pop songs and movies from the Internet. I often use Facebook to keep in touch with friends who are far away. Sometimes I write something and post it on my blog in order to let others know what is going on in my life. 
Computers are convenient; however, they do cause serious problems. For example, some teenagers play computer games so often that they ignore their studies. They become addicted to computer games and stop interacting with people, finally forgetting how to function in the real world. In addition, long hours of computer use can result in poor eyesight and other health problems.

【題組】44 When the author lists the problems related to computer, he or she is especially talking about
(A) people who have many friends.
(B) poor and lazy students.
(C) those in their old age.
(D) young people between 13 and 19. .


In our busy modern world, doctors do not always take the time to explain illness and possible remedies to their patients. Doctors may even not give any scientific details in words that are easy to ( 41 ) , either. For this reason, many hopeful people ( 42 ) advantage of Internet resources to find the facts they need for good medical decisions. On the subject of physical and medical research, there are thousands of amazing websites ( 43 ) people can get information. Some people believe that the great amount of medical information ( 44 )on the Internet can improve their health, while others claim that these facts and opinions may be inaccurate and therefore dangerous. Indeed, to find out the best ways to ( 45 ) difficult health problems, we may still need to seek advice from doctors.
(C) bring
(D)receive .

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請依下文回答第 46 題至第 50 題: The term vegan was coined in England in 1944 by Donald Watson, co-founder of the British Vegan Society, to mean “non-dairy vegetarian”; the society also opposed the consumption of eggs. In 1951, the society extended the definition of veganism to mean “the doctrine that man should live without exploiting animals,” and in 1960, H. Jay Dinshah started the American Vegan Society, linking veganism to the concept of avoidance of violence against living things.

Veganism is a small but growing movement. In many countries, the number of vegan restaurants is increasing. Also, some of the top athletes in certain endurance sports—for instance, the Ironman triathlon and the ultramarathon—practice veganism, including raw veganism.

Well-planned vegan diets have been found to offer protection against certain degenerative conditions, including heart disease, and are regarded by the American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada as appropriate for all stages of the life-cycle. Vegan diets tend to be higher in dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, and phytochemicals, and lower in calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, vitamin D, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B12. Because uncontaminated plant foods do not provide vitamin B12 (which is produced by micro-organisms such as bacteria), vegans should eat foods fortified with B12 or take a daily supplement.

【題組】49 What does the author of this article suggest that vegans do to gain all necessary nutrition?
(A) Eat more fiber.
(B) Exercise daily.
(C) Take vitamin B12 supplement.
(D) Prepare their daily diets at home. .


In many countries people used to shop for groceries in small shops or at street markets. But 41 people go to supermarkets instead. Most supermarkets are organized in a manner that will make shoppers want to 42 money not only on food, but on other items that they didn’t plan to buy before they entered the store. There are many things on display that people really don’t need, like jewelry, 43 decorations, flowers, and cakes. Smart shoppers should protect themselves against the attractions of the displays and spend their money 44 . So the next time you go to the supermarket just buy the items that are 45 for the dinner table.
(A) low
(B) old
(C) serious
(D) fancy .


40 Students choose to study a lost ancient city just recently _____ in Europe.
(D)discovering .


14 There are so many interesting books on the shelf and I don’t know which one to____________ from.
(C) look
(D) choose .


請依下文回答第 41 題至第 45 題: The babies of women living in high air pollution neighborhoods may have lower IQs. A study 41 low-income pregnant women in the South Bronx and upper Manhattan. The women wore monitors during the last months of pregnancy. They lived in areas that had high pollution from cars, buses and trucks. Before starting school, the children took IQ tests. The children most exposed to air pollution scored lower than children with lower exposure 42 . The difference of four or five points may affect schoolwork. Experts say the differences do not mean that children will not learn to read and write. It shows that air pollution may harm children 43 lead does. The research may explain why these children do not do well in school. Earlier research showed that air pollution could increase the 44 of cancer, lower birth weight and asthma. Researchers plan to continue monitoring and testing the children. They want to know 45 school performance is affected over a long time. Experts said this research was important. They said there should be more studies.
(B) cure
(C) quest
(D) risk .

A. 授與動詞+間接受詞+直接受詞    B. 授與動詞+直接受詞+介系詞+間接受詞 Ex: 請依據範例,利用上面所學的句型造句: 範例:I / bought / him / watchI bought him a watch.

I bought a watch for him.

【題組】4. Mr. Kao / showed / his students / photo




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