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40. Which process can reduce the work required for multistage compression?
(A) Isentropic expansion
(B) Regenerative system
(C) Intercooling
(D) Reciprocating compression
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答案:C
難度:適中
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 摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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37.Which process can reduce the work required for multistage compression?
(A)Isentropic expansion
(B)Regenerative system
(C)Intercooling
(D)Reciprocating compression
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答案:C
難度:適中
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 摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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26.Which process can reduce the work required for multistage compression?
(A)Isentropic expansion
(B)Regenerative system
(C)Intercooling
(D)Reciprocating compression
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答案:C
難度:簡單
IV. Reading comprehension: 24% (每題 2 分)
(A) Do you know that jogging regularly is good for your memory? Scientists at Cambridge University have shown that running makes the brain grow fresh grey matter and it has a big effect on mental ability. According to their research, a few days of running led to the growth of hundreds of thousands of brain cells that improved the ability to recall memories without confusing them, a skill that is very important for learning and other cognitive tasks, researchers said. P. 4 The new brain cells appeared in an area that is linked to the formation and recall of memory. The work reveals why jogging and other aerobic exercise can improve memory and learning, and potentially slow down the failure of mental ability in old age. Scientists are unsure why exercise causes the growth of grey matter, but it may be linked to increased blood flow or higher levels of hormones that are released while exercising. In an experiment, they studied two groups of mice, one of which had unlimited access to a running wheel throughout. The other mice, remained sedentary, formed another group. After training sessions, the mice in the exercising group scored almost twice as highly as the other mice in a repeated memory test for a sugar reward. On the other hand, the sedentary mice gradually worsened at the test. To sum up, exercising regularly not only can help us lose some extra fat, but it can also help us build up better memory. So before each exam, besides studying at your desk, try going for a run every day, and you may be surprised by how much more you can remember from your textbook!

【題組】50. Which of the following statements can best describe the author’s attitude toward languages?
(A) We shouldn’t try to stop the death of a language because it is a natural process.
(B) Speaking the same tongue helps communication, but a lot of wisdom will die with the death of minor languages.
(C) To preserve different cultures around the world, we should stop speaking major languages.
(D)Linguists all over the world should be respected because they help stop the death of minor languages.
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答案:B
難度:適中

(C) In 1992 linguists raced to Turkey to make an emergency recording. They wanted to hear a man read the words on his gravestone before he died. Tevfik Ensec was the only man who could read these words properly. He was the last living P. 5 speaker of a language called Ubykh. Ubykh is just one of the languages that die out every year. This happens because languages are living things. About 6,000 languages exist in the world today, the number of which, however, is getting smaller all the time due to the steady growth of bigger languages. Currently, the Celtic languages such as Irish and Welsh are nearly extinct. What’s to blame? English. And in South America, Spanish and Portuguese are replacing other regional languages found there. Linguists predict that at least half of the world’s languages will become extinct in the next hundred years. The world’s most dominant languages such as English, Mandarin, and Spanish are growing at an amazing speed. But is this necessarily a bad thing? Wouldn’t it be better if we all spoke the same language? The death of a language is never a good thing. Languages are not simply words which confuse people who speak different tongues. Instead, they are connected to the culture in which they are created. As different cultures experience the world in different ways, their languages reflect this. Therefore, when we lose a language, we lose that bit of knowledge that is connected to it. Although it would be convenient to be able to express oneself anywhere in the world, it would come at a great cost. If some day we all end up speaking the same language, we can be assured that a huge amount of wisdom will be lost.

【題組】50. Which of the following statements can best describe the author’s attitude toward languages?
(A) We shouldn’t try to stop the death of a language because it is a natural process.
(B) Speaking the same tongue helps communication, but a lot of wisdom will die with the death of minor languages.
(C) To preserve different cultures around the world, we should stop speaking major languages.
(D)Linguists all over the world should be respected because they help stop the death of minor languages.
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答案:B
難度:適中