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The great triumphs of technology and exploration begin as the dreams and hypotheses of bold thinkers. As economic and environmental pressures build on Earth, the dreams—a satellite, men and women in space, the first walk on the moon and Mars, space stations, and a shuttlebecome an essential alternative.
(A)Bold dreams and hypotheses produce technological success and explorations into the space.
(B)Economic and environmental pressures will be replaced by explorations into the space.
(C)Technology and exploration into space initially take the form of dreams and hypotheses, but become an alternative when Earth encounters problems.
(D)Satellites, space stations, shuttles and other extraordinary adventures result in the dreams and hypotheses of bold thinkers.
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答案:C
難度:適中
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Shi Jou 大三下 (2013/03/31 19:04)
技術和探索的偉大勝利開始大膽的思想家的夢想和假設​​。由於經濟和環境壓力的基礎上地球,夢想的衛星在太空中男性和女性,第一個月球和火星上散步空間站航天飛機上成為一個重要選擇
(A)大膽夢想和假設​​生產技術成功與探索的空間
(B)經濟和環境壓力取而代之的將是探索的空間
(C)技術和空間探索最初夢想和假設​​的形式成為不可替代的地球遇到問題
(D)衛星,空間站,航天飛機其他非凡冒險的夢想和大膽的思想家假設
六:閱讀測驗:10% [1] In May 2011 the drink Coca-Cola turned 125 years old! Coca-Cola is sold in over 200 countries world wide and enjoyed by billions. But it wasn't made to be a refreshing, sweet drink. Instead, Coca-Cola was made to be medicine. On May 8th, 1886, John Pemberton worked in his backyard trying to make another drink that would help people. He had already invented several products and wanted to make one that would help people who were tired, had headaches, or were nervous. He made it in his backyard with a large brass kettle, a fire, and stirred it with a boat oar. When he was finished, he went to Jacobs Pharmacy in Atlanta Georgia and asked the assistant to mix his mixture with water and chill it with ice. When they tasted it, they thought it was really good. The assistant made another glass, but this time used carbonated water instead. It was even better! Mr. Pemberton changed his mind. Instead of medicine, he started to sell his invention as a fountain drink. He named the drink Coca-Cola for the coco leaves and the cola nuts he used. Today, the Coca-Cola Company has grown much larger than one man working in his backyard and is still based in Atlanta, Georgia. Thanks to one accident, people enjoy Coca-Cola all over the world. So, accidents can sometimes be a very good thing and we are lucky that Mr. Pemberton recognized what he had made.
【題組】52. What was NOT used in making the first batch of Coca-Cola?
(A) Fire.
(B) A large spoon.
(C) A brass kettle.
(D) A boat oar.
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答案: [無官方正解]
難度:適中
38 Paula and I are ________about each other. We fell in love the first day we met online three months ago.
(A) sad
(B) crazy
(C) loving
(D) attractive
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答案:B
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Akai 國一上 (2016/01/12 15:51)
crazy abo.....看完整詳解
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Anna(鐵特運輸營業已上榜) 高二下 (2016/05/02 14:32)
attractive to 人:吸引某人~
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Chan Hom Lin 國三上 (2016/05/13 20:10)
crazy about 為(誰)...瘋狂,迷戀的
crazy about each other 在這裡的是「迷戀的
each other 彼此的
fell in love 墮入情海的,相戀
fell  下跌,墮入

保拉
和我都互相迷戀對方
我們相戀的第一天
是三個月前的網路上認識的

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大一上 (2016/07/17 01:05)

be crazy about sb/sth
to be very 
interested in something or love someone very much

很狂熱;醉心於;迷戀

例句︰Both my sons are crazy about old motorbikes.

(我的兩個兒子都對舊摩托車很著迷。)

18. I reflected deeply ______ the adventures in the jungle and in turn succeeded in making my first drawing with a color pencil.
(A) at
(B) for
(C) upon
(D) to
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答案:C
難度:適中
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Jenny Cheng 國一上 (2010/06/27 18:46)
reflect on.....觀看完整全文,請先登入
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Dex Shih 高三上 (2012/08/25 18:42)

reflect - give evidence of a certain behavior; "His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him"
reflect - give evidence of the quality of; "The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student"
reflect - manifest or bring back; "This action reflects his true beliefs"
reflect - to throw or bend back (from a surface); "Sound is reflected well in this auditorium"
The automobile solved some very important problems for most people, but in doing so, poisoned our air, choked our cities with traffic, and contributed toward the destruction of some of the beauty of our natural landscape. Antibiotics certainly solved some significant problems for almost all people, but in doing so, resulted in the weakening of what we call our immune systems. Television solved several important problems, but in solving them, changed the nature of political discourse, led to a serious decline in literacy, and quite possibly made the traditional process of socializing children impossible. It is doubtful that one can think of a single technology that did not generate new problems as a result of its having solved an old problem. Of course, it is sometimes very difficult to know what new problems will arise as a result of a technological solution. Benedictine monks invented the mechanical clock in the thirteenth century in order to be more precise in performing their canonical prayers, which they needed to do seven times a day. Had they known that the mechanical clock would eventually be used by merchants as a means of establishing a standardized workday and then a standardized productthat is, that the clock would be used as an instrument for making money instead of serving God – the monks might have decided that their sundials and water clocks were quite sufficient. Had Gutenberg foreseen that his printing press with movable type would lead to the breakup of the Holy Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church, he surely would have used his old wine press to make wine but not books. In the thirteenth century perhaps it didn’t matter so much if people lacked technological vision; perhaps not even in the fifteenth century. But in the twenty-first century, we can no longer afford to move into the future with our eyes tightly closed.
【題組】77.The first clock in history was invented to ________.
(A) decorate a church
(B) keep time
(C) make money
(D) play music
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答案:B
難度:適中
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