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Part II Reading Comprehension (40 points) Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or incomplete statements. For each of them there are four choices marked ABCand D. You should decide on the best choice and then mark the corresponding letter on the ANSWEASHEET. Passage One Ever since Stephanie’s 13th birthday we have been receiving comments from other adults expressing their sympathies because our daughter is now a teenager. We’ve heard everything from, “ Sure she’s a good kid, but just wait, now that she’s a teenager ...” to the ever inspiring, “Well, all kids are rotten when they are teenagers, just try to go through it the best way you can.” What’s more upsetting is that many of these insensitive adults feel the need to share their negative predictions well within the hearing of both our daughters. I know that teenagers can be moody and difficult at times, but I’m 32 and I can also be difficult and moody. We worry about the future and want today’s kids to know that we care for them and that there are opportunities that await them. However, at the very point they set out on that journey toward adulthood we stand there watching them disapprovingly, just waiting for them to make a mistake, “just like we knew they would.” We tell them to respect themselves and to say no to drugs, yet we fail to set a positive example by treating them with kindness and consideration, demonstrating our respect for them. I have, at times, been guilty of this behavior but am now realizing that the more I see each person as a person, the more I am pleasantly surprised in some way or another. For example, a few weeks ago my husband and I were having dinner at our favorite restaurant and two teenage boys came in and sat down right beside us. I must admit that my first thought was, “Perfect, there goes our quiet, peaceful dinner.” I was so wrong! These young men were well behaved, quiet, and left a nice tip for the waitress. Once I looked beyond the jeans so loose they were practically falling off and the multi-colored hair, I saw what fine people these kids were. Many of the people who, perhaps unknowingly, treat teens with disrespect are unhappy about the fact that pop singers and sports stars are our children’s heroes. I feel that unless we give them something better to go after, we really shouldn’t complain.
【題組】45. What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
(A)There is nothing wrong with teenagers admiring pop singers and sport stars.
(B)Pop singers and sport stars should not be heroes of our children.
(C)If our children admire pop singers and sports stars, it is the parents who are to blame.
(D)Parents should set a good example for their children to follow.
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答案:C
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It is ________ that a foreigner can speak Mandarin so fluently. 
(A)marvelous ‚
(B)change ƒ
(C)approve „
(D)patient
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答案:A
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Jy-shan Lou 高三上 (2013/08/29 09:53)
marvel 奇蹟marvelous .....觀看完整全文,請先登入
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勇敢 國三下 (2013/12/19 22:33)
marvelous. 神奇,奇妙
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Jerryboy 國一上 (2016/08/26 15:09)
marvelous 令人驚歎的;非凡的;不可思議的
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Minnie Chen 小一上 (2016/10/21 14:10)

(A)奇妙
(B)變化
(C)贊成
(D)病人

6. Al’s sister is a female _____ who can give artificial respiration in an emergency.
(A) machinery
(B) inventory
(C) paramedic
(D) authentic II. Grammar and Sentence Completion
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答案:C
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Sophia Lu 高三下 (2012/03/15 08:45)
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34 When those billionaires are loved and admired, it is often because people can actually see and enjoy the fruits of their labors.
(A)Oftentimes, people won’t praise the super-rich until they can actually contribute their efforts to the success of those billionaires.
(B)Oftentimes, the super-rich won’t let the public share and benefit from their success until the public actually starts to praise them.
(C)When the public can witness the achievements of the super-rich, they often will start to adore them.
(D)When people can actually receive and enjoy direct help from the super-rich, oftentimes, they will start to praise those billionaires.
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答案:C
難度:困難
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S. 高三下 (2013/02/10 17:50)

請問有人幫解這題嗎?

 

為什麼難度:困難的題型會放在循序漸進測驗#1呢?

 

 

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Shi Jou 大三下 (2013/06/06 09:22)
34當這些億萬富翁喜愛和推崇往往是因為人們可以清楚地看到享受他們的勞動成果
(A)通常情況下,人們不會讚美的超級富豪直到他們能真正那些億萬富翁的成功貢獻自己的力量
(B)通常情況下,超級富豪不會讓公眾共享從他們的成功受益,直到市民開始稱讚他們
(C)當公眾可以親眼目睹的成就的超級富豪他們往往會開始崇拜他們
(D)當人們可以超級富豪,通常情況下實際收到的享受直接的幫助他們將開始讚美那些億萬富翁
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盡力了,放下,再出發 高三下 (2015/03/17 22:57)
(A)除非人們能實際地把他們的成功歸功於那些富豪,通常,人們不會讚美超級富豪。
Global warming may or may not be the great environmental crisis of the 21st century, but regardless of whether it is or isn’t –we won’t do much about it. We will argue over it and may even, as a nation, make some fairly solemn-sounding commitments to avoid it. But the more dramatic and meaningful these commitments seem, the less likely they are to be observed. Al Gore calls global warming an “inconvenient truth,” as if merely recognizing it could put us on a path to a solution. But the real truth is that we don’t know enough to relieve global warming, and –without major technological breakthroughs—we can’t do much about it. From 2003 to 2050, the world’s population is projected to grow from 6.4 billion to 9.1 billion, a 42% increase. If energy use per person and technology remain the same, total energy use and greenhouse gas emissions (mainly, CO2) will be 42% higher in 2050. but that’s too low, because societies that grow richer use more energy. We need economic growth unless we condemn the world’s poor to their present poverty and freeze everyone else’s living standards. With modest growth, energy use and greenhouse emissions more than double by 2050. No government will adopt rigid restrictions on economic growth and personal freedom (limits on electricity usage, driving and travel) that might cut back global warming. Still, politicians want to show they’re “doing something.” Consider the Kyoto Protocol (京都议定书). It allowed countries that joined to punish those that didn’t. But it hasn’t reduced CO2 emissions (up about 25% since 1990), and many signatories (签字国) didn’t adopt tough enough policies to hit their 2008-2012 targets. The practical conclusion is that if global warming is a potential disaster, the only solution is new technology. Only an aggressive research and development program might find ways of breaking dependence on fossil fuels or dealing with it. The trouble with the global warming debate is that it has become a moral problem when it’s really an engineering one. The inconvenient truth is that if we don’t solve the engineering problem, we’re helpless.
【題組】58. According to the author’s understanding, what is Al Gore’s view on global warming?
(A)It is a reality both people and politicians are unaware of.
(B) It is a phenomenon that causes us many inconveniences.
(C) It is a problem that can be solved once it is recognized.
(D) It is an area we actually have little knowledge about.
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答案:C
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