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33. Exposure of children to abuse toward women by their partners fosters the development of emotional problems in the children. These children grow up ashamed of the situation at home, thinking it is a family secret, which _________ keeps them from seeking help.
(A) in turn
(B) all in all
(C) by contrast
(D) in return
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答案:A
難度:適中
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Viva Lin 高三上 (2013/06/04 22:23)
in turn
a) as a result of something因此
Interest rates were cut and, in turn, share prices rose.

b) one after the other, especially in a particular order: 
Each of us in turn had to describe how alcohol had affected our lives.
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Viva Lin 高三上 (2013/06/04 22:24)
all in all大體來說
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ivsmilecc824 國三上 (2015/05/22 14:20)
in turn 輪流、相應地、「反過來」、「反之」
in return for 報答
39.What is generally designed to avoid the exposure of fire to the air and to cool the fire as well?
(A)fire extinguisher
(B)fire alarm
(C)fire detector
(D)flare gun
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答案:A
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39.What device is generally designed to avoid the exposure of fire to the air and to put out the fire?
(A)fire extinguisher
(B)fire alarm
(C)fire detector
(D)fire exposurer
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答案:A
難度:適中
Each summer, no matter how pressing my work schedule, I take off one day exclusively for my son. We call it dad-son day. This year our third stop was the amusement park, where he discovered that he was tall enough to ride one of the fastest roller coasters(过山车) in the world. We blasted through face-stretching turns and loops for ninety seconds. Then, as we stepped off the ride, he shrugged and, in a distressingly calm voice, remarked that it was not as exciting as other rides he’d been on. As I listened, I began to sense something seriously out of balance. Throughout the season, I noticed similar events all around me. Parents seemed hard pressed to find new thrills for indifferent kids. Surrounded by ever-greater stimulation, their young faces wore looking disappointed and bored. Facing their children’s complaints of “nothing to do”. Parents were shelling out large numbers of dollars for various forms of entertainment. In many cases the money seemed to do little more than buy transient relief from the terrible moans of their bored children. This set me pondering the obvious question: “How can it be so hard for kids to find something to do when there’s never been such a range of stimulating entertainment available to them?” Why do children immersed in this much excitement seem starved for more? That was, I realized, the point. I discovered during my own reckless adolescence that what creates excitement is not going fast, but going faster. Thrills have less to do with speed than changes in speed. I’m concerned about the cumulative effect of years at these levels of feverish activity. It is no mystery to me why many teenagers appear apathetic (麻木的) and burned out, with a “been there, done that” air of indifference toward much of life. As increasing numbers of friendschildren are prescribed medications-stimulants to deal with inattentiveness at school or anti-depressants to help with the loss of interest and joy in their lives-l question the role of kids boredom in some of the diagnoses. My own work is focused on the chemical imbalances and biological factors related to behavioral and emotional disorders. These are complex problems. Yet I’ve been reflecting more and more on how the pace of life and the intensity of stimulation may be contributing to the rising rates of psychiatric problems among children and adolescents in our society.
【題組】24. In Para. 6 . the author expresses his doubt about the effectiveness of trying to change children indifference toward much of life by ________.
(A) diverting their interest from electronic visual games
(B) prescribing medications for their temporary relief
(C) creating more stimulating activities for them
(D) spending more money on their entertainment
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答案:B
難度:適中
Questions 52 to 56 are based on the following passage. There is nothing like the suggestion of a cancer risk to scare a parent, especially one of the overeducated, ecoconscious type. So you can imagine the reaction when a recent USA Today investigation of air quality around the nations schools singled out those in the smugly(自鸣得意的)green village of Berkeley, Calif., as being among the worst in the country. The citys public high school, as well as a number of daycare centers, preschools, elementary and middle schools, fell in the lowest 10%. Industrial pollution in our town had supposedly turned students into living science experiments breathing in a laboratorys worth of heavy metals like manganese, chromium and nickel each day. This in a city that requires school cafeterias to serve organic meals. Great, I thought, organic lunch, toxic campus. Since December, when the report came out, the mayor, neighborhood activists(活跃分子)and various parentteacher associations have engaged in a fierce battle over its validity: over the guilt of the steelcasting factory on the western edge of town, over union jobs versus childrens health and over what, if anything, ought to be done. With all sides presenting their own experts armed with conflicting scientific studies, whom should parents believe? Is there truly a threat here, we asked one another as we dropped off our kids, and if so, how great is it? And how does it compare with the other, seemingly perpetual health scares we confront, like panic over lead in synthetic athletic fields? Rather than just another weird episode in the town that brought you protesting environmentalists, this latest drama is a trial for how todays parents perceive risk, how we try to keep our kids safewhether its possible to keep them safe—in what feels like an increasingly threatening world. It raises the question of what, in our time, “safecould even mean. “Theres no way around the uncertainty,” says Kimberly Thompson, president of Kid Risk, a nonprofit group that studies childrens health. “That means your choices can matter, but it also means you arent going to know if they do.” A 2004 report in the journal Pediatrics explained that nervous parents have more to fear from fire, car accidents and drowning than from toxic chemical exposure. To which I say: Well, obviously. But such concrete hazards are beside the point. Its the dangers parents cant—and may neverquantify that occur all of sudden. Thats why Ive rid my cupboard of microwave food packed in bags coated with a potential cancercausing substance, but although Ive lived blocks from a major fault line(地质断层) for more than 12 years, I still havent bolted our bookcases to the living room wall.
【題組】55. What is the view of the 2004 report in the journal Pediatrics?
(A) It is important to quantify various concrete hazards.
(B) Daily accidents pose a more serious threat to children.
(C) Parents should be aware of childrens health hazards.
(D) Attention should be paid to toxic chemical exposure.
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答案:D
難度:適中