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Passage Two Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage. In California the regulators, the utilities and the governor all want the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to cap spot (现货的) market prices. The Californians claim it will rein in outrageous prices. Federal regulators have refused. The battle is on. Governor Gray Davis says,“I’m not happy with the Federal Regulatory Commission at all. They’re living in an ivory tower. If their bills were going up like the people in San Diego, they would know that this is a real problem in the real world.” As part of deregulation, price caps were removed to allow for a free market. Timing is everything; natural gas prices had already skyrocketed. Demand was high from California’s booming economy. No new power plants had been built here in ten years, and power producers had the right to hike prices along with demand. And hike them they did. Loretta Lynch of the Public Utilities Commission says,” This commission and all of California was beating down the door of federal regulators to say‘help us impose reasonable price caps to help to keep our market stable.” Federal regulators did ask for longer-term contracts between power producers and the utilities to stabilize prices. The federal commission, unavailable for comment on this story, released a recent statement defending its position not to re-regulate. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Dec. 15,2000: “The commission?s intention is to enable the markets to catch up to current supply and demand problems and not to reintroduce command and control regulation that has helped to produce the current crisis.” Some energy experts believe that, without temporary price caps, the crisis will continue. Severin Borenstein of the U.C. Energy Institute says,“Some federal regulators have a blind commitment to making the market work and I think part of the problem is they really don?t understand what?s going on.” Gary Ackerman of the Western Power Trading Forum says,“He’s dead wrong about that. The federal regulators understand far better than any individual state that, though it might be painful and it certainly is painful in California, price caps don’t work. They never work.”
【題組】17. Governor Gray Davis was dissatisfied with the Federal Regulatory Commission because .
(A) they did not know what the real problem was
(B) they were living an easy life in an ivory tower
(C) they could not experience the life in San Diego
(D) they turned a blind eye to the situation in California
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答案:D
難度:適中
16 Passage Two Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage. In California the regulators, the utilities and the governor all want the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to cap spot (现货的) market prices. The Californians claim it will rein in outrageous prices. Federal regulators have refused. The battle is on. Governor Gray Davis says,“I’m not happy with the Federal Regulatory Commission at all. They’re living in an ivory tower. If their bills were going up like the people in San Diego, they would know that this is a real problem in the real world.” As part of deregulation, price caps were removed to allow for a free market. Timing is everything; natural gas prices had already skyrocketed. Demand was high from California’s booming economy. No new power plants had been built here in ten years, and power producers had the right to hike prices along with demand. And hike them they did. Loretta Lynch of the Public Utilities Commission says,” This commission and all of California was beating down the door of federal regulators to say‘help us impose reasonable price caps to help to keep our market stable.” Federal regulators did ask for longer-term contracts between power producers and the utilities to stabilize prices. The federal commission, unavailable for comment on this story, released a recent statement defending its position not to re-regulate. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Dec. 15,2000: “The commission?s intention is to enable the markets to catch up to current supply and demand problems and not to reintroduce command and control regulation that has helped to produce the current crisis.” Some energy experts believe that, without temporary price caps, the crisis will continue. Severin Borenstein of the U.C. Energy Institute says,“Some federal regulators have a blind commitment to making the market work and I think part of the problem is they really don?t understand what?s going on.” Gary Ackerman of the Western Power Trading Forum says,“He’s dead wrong about that. The federal regulators understand far better than any individual state that, though it might be painful and it certainly is painful in California, price caps don’t work. They never work.” . The battle between Californians and federal regulators is about .
(A) control over the price of power
(B) necessity of removing price caps
(C) hiking the energy prices in California
(D) a regulation concerning power supply
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答案:A
難度:適中
17. Governor Gray Davis was dissatisfied with the Federal Regulatory Commission because .
(A) they did not know what the real problem was
(B) they were living an easy life in an ivory tower
(C) they could not experience the life in San Diego
(D) they turned a blind eye to the situation in California
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答案:D
難度:困難
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36.______ the consumer demand for ivory, many African elephants are being slaughtered ruthlessly.
(A) Due to
(B) Regardless of
(C) Because
(D) Despite the fact that
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答案:A
難度:適中
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浴巾 國三下 (2014/12/04 20:52)
有一首歌叫because you live  可以這樣記..

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allkimo 國一上 (2015/02/03 15:46)
Due to 由於象牙的消費需求,許多非洲大象遭到無情的屠殺
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allkimo 國一上 (2015/02/03 15:50)
(A)Due to 由於
(B)Regardless of 不管
(C)Because 因為
(D)Despite the fact that 儘管
47-50題為題組 Zoe was just 2 weeks old when she was spotted wandering in a village market near Kenya’s Tsavo National Park in December 1995. Zoe’s mother had died and the baby was left alone. She was no ordinary orphan: she was an elephant. So she was trucked to a most unusual orphanage in Nairobi, run by a woman named Daphne Sheldrick. Daphne’s husband, David Sheldrick, founded Tsavo National Park. Daphne has been working with wild animals for some 60 years, and in 1977 she opened the elephant orphanage at her home in Nairobi. As of 1997, the orphanage, which depends on private contributions, has saved more than 100 infants. Zoe was rather healthy when she was found, and once under the care of the orphanage she was very happy, consuming six gallons of vitamin-rich milk a day and earning a reputation as a confident, naughty and mischievous youngster. After a year in the orphanage with the constant companionship of her human family, Zoe was taken to a refuge at Tsavo National Park. There her keepers have gradually introduced her to the ways of the wild, helping her to find food and water. Zoe lives together with other elephant youngsters in a protected area. It may take some years, but the final aim is to release all of them to a wild herd. Daphne said that her dream for the future is to see ivory banned, all stored ivory destroyed and no one wearing an ivory ornament ever again. “There will always be competition for land,” she explained, “but we can protect elephants in the parks and give the young a chance.”
【題組】50. According to this passage, Daphne would like to________.
(A) make elephants live in their own groups
(B) set up as many orphanages as possible
(C) sell ivory for maintaining the orphanage
(D) send Zoe to a zoo in Europe or America
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答案:A
難度:適中
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