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46 What great horror movies do is that they show us our fears and make them so beautiful that we can't take our eyes off the screen.
(A) Great horror movies catch our eyes by showing us our fears in an irresistibly beautiful way on the screen.
(B) Great horror movies force us to examine our fears through frightening but beautiful scenes on the screen.
(C) Great horror movies amaze us by showing us frightening scenes about our beauty on the screen.
(D) Great horror movies allow us to transform our fears in an irresistible way into beautiful scenes on the screen.
林詩芳 University 11st (2013/09/17 16:15):
Angus Yang University 21st (2013/11/16 19:23):
超恐怖的電影演出讓我們害怕, 畏懼; 擔心但又很完美地方式讓我們的眼睛離不開螢幕
(D)太恐怖電影向我們展示我們在屏幕上美的可怕場景。 讓我們改變我們的恐懼,一種             不可抗拒的方式在屏幕上變成美麗的場景。
坐四望三 許武忠 Senior 22st (2016/03/15 01:15):
(A)好的恐怖電影吸引我們的注意力, 運用難以抗拒的美麗手法將我們內心的恐懼展現在螢幕上.

63 D Feeling blue about world ? “Ceer up.” Says science writer Matt Ridley.”The world has never been a better place to live in, and it will keep on getting better both for humans and got nature.” Ridley calls himself a tat ional optimist—tactical .because he’s carefully weighed the evidence optimistic .because that offence shows human progress to be both unavoidable and good .Ad this is what he’s set out to prone from unique point of view in his most recent book. The Rant anal Opting .He views mankind as grand enterprise that .on the whole .has done little but progress for 100.000 years. He backed his finding with hard gathered though years of research. Here’s how he explains his views. Shopping fuels invention It is reported that there are more than ten billion different producers for sale in London alone. Een allowing for the many people who still live in poverty .our own generation has access to more nutritious food .more convenient transport .bigger houses, better ears .and of course, more pounds and dollars than any who lived before us .This will continue as long as we there things to make other things, This more we specialize and exchange, the better off we’ll be. 2) Billiant advances One reason we are richer, healthier, taller, cleverer, longer-lived and freer than ener before is that the four most basie human needs -food, clothing, fuel and shelter- have grown a lot cheaper. Take one example. In 1800 a candle providing one hour’s light cost six hours’ work. In the 1880s the same light from an oil lamp took 15 minutes’ work to pay for. In 1950 it was eight seconds. Today it’s half second. 3) Let’s not kill ourselves for climate change Mitigating(减轻) climate change could prove just as damaging to human welface as climate change itself. Achild that dies from indoor smoke in a village, where the use of fassil-fuel(化石燃料) electrieity is forhidden by well meaming members of green polucal movements trying to save the world, is just as great a tragedy as a child that mes in a flood caused by climate change. If chmaic change proves to be xxxx, but cutting carbon canses realparn, we may well find that we have stopped a nose bleed by putting a tournquet(止血带) around our necks. . What is the theme of Ridley’s most recent book?
(A) Weakness of human nature.
(B) Cncern about climate change.
(C) Importance of practical thinking.
(D) Optimism about human progress.

4. _______________ Doctor Walz suggests that people have a difficult time with change, so when someone we love alters his or her lifestyle, we have a problem dealing with it. People we know will try to change us back to what the culture tolerates. There are other reasons to keep your weight-loss plans to yourself. Dr. Peter Gollwitzer describes how spilling the beans and the resulting response can change someone’s actions. His studies found that when you tell people what you intend to do, and that intention is acknowledged, the recognition qualifies as an indicator of accomplishment, lessening the urge to follow through.
(A) Sticking to your diet plans is difficult because temptations are hard to resist.
(B) The goals of your diet plans are subject to change when you take the suggestions of some experts.
(C) Telling family and friends about your diet plans could have a detrimental effect.
(D) It is difficult to diet because we will go through a difficult period of behavior change. ¯

IV. 閱讀測驗 20% (每題 2 分) [A] On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, a black woman, was arrested after refusing to surrender her seat on a public bus to a white man, as dictated by the Southern system of legal segregation known as Jim Crow laws. This incident inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a nonviolent campaign led by Martin Luther King Jr. The boycott continued for 382 days. Eventually, the boycott was deemed a success because it resulted in the United States Supreme Court’s decision to outlaw racial segregation on all public transportation. Following the success of the boycott, King emerged as a leader of the civil rights movement at the national level, and along with other African leaders, such as Bayard Rustin, Joseph Lowery, and Ella Baker, was instrumental in founding the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). The SCLC was established as an organization dedicated to the use of nonviolent protest as a means of achieving civil rights reform. King was one of the organizers of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. The marchers made demands for an end to the segregation of public schools, enactment of civil rights legislation, protection from brutality for civil rights workers, an increase in the minimum wage, and self-government for the District of Columbia. At the march, King made what is generally considered his most influential speech, in which he repeatedly used the phrase “I have a dream” to convey his vision of a society characterized by interracial harmony. Many of the demands of the marchers were realized in the following years with passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as well as the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
【Group】73. Which of the following best expresses the essential information in the underlined sentence in the passage?
(A) The boycott made King a civil rights leader, together with other African Americans. 8
(B) After the boycott, King became a national civil rights leader and co-founder of the SCL
(C) The SCLC was founded by King after the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
(D) King, a co-founder of the SCLC, is recognized as a leader of the civil rights movement. [B] Emotional abuse is a form of violence that destroys a person’s sense of self. It is an ongoing process to control, degrade, humiliate and punish a person through belittling and putting aside their ideas, feelings, perceptions and personality. Emotional abuse can be both verbal and behavioral, can be active or passive and can happen between intimate partners, by parents, siblings or even friends and colleagues. Because the wounds of emotional violence aren’t physically visible, it often goes unnoticed and unreported. Most people don’t understand the power of persistent bullying. The effects of emotional violence can be debilitating and devastating and can manifest (insomnia, nightmares, racing heartbeat, fatigue, etc) physically or (depression, anxiety and fear, confusion) psychologically. People think that abuse happens only when the violence is physical. Only when someone is beaten or bruised do we think we need to do something about it. What we don’t realize is that while the bruises from emotional violence can’t be seen, they remain with a person for a long time. The pain of feeling that you are “nobody” or “worthless” is lasting. Words sometimes cut deeper. Emotional abuse can sometimes be hard to detect because the signs and symptoms vary. The ambiguity exists because emotional abuse is defined by the effect it has on a person’s self-esteem. Intimidating someone, bullying, denying a person his or her rights, making someone feel worthless—all these are definitely not easy to identify. Everyone has a different threshold and so it affects people differently. But, if a person’s ability to function is affected, it is abuse. If the words and behavior drive a person to distress, anxiety and if there is a loss of self confidence and trust, it is abuse.
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28. The study revealed that what people say they do is often very______what they actually do.
(A) similar from
(B) different from
(C) differ from
(D) differ to
研究所、轉學考(插大)、學士後-英文- 2013 - 102 淡江大學 轉學考 英文#56303
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