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1934   ______, Chinese culture has been regarded as unique and influential.
(A) At present
(B) Through the ages
(C) From that moment on
(D) Since then
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答案:B
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Hsu Baleng 高一下 (2012/12/15 22:21)
Through the ages 從古至今
Since then Australia _____ from the rest of the world by vast oceans.
(A) is isolated
(B) had isolated
(C) has isolated
(D) has been isolated
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答案:D
難度:適中
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阿國 國三下 (2015/06/24 11:08)
本題採用被動語態has been isolated
Mitch Albom won fame ______ "Tuesdays with Morrie", which is a non-fiction novel, hit the market. He has written four more novels since then.
(A)from
(B)with
(C)upon
(D)as soon as
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答案:D
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Dex Shih 高三上 (2014/04/25 20:35)
缺空格,還有引號。 
Mitch Albom won fame ____________ "Tuesdays with Morrie", which is a non-fiction novel, hit the market. He has written four more novels since then.
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【站僕】摩檸Morning 大三上 (2014/04/26 14:09)
原本題目:

Mitch Albom won fame Tuesdays with Morrie, which is a non-fiction novel, hit the market. He has written four more novels since then. (A)from (B)with (C)upon (D)as soon as

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Mitch Albom won fame ______ "Tuesdays with Morrie", which is a non-fiction novel, hit the market. He has written four more novels since then. (A)from (B)with (C)upon (D)as soon as
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向日葵 高二上 (2016/03/30 16:02)
當這本非小說《最後14堂星期二的課》上市, 米奇·艾爾邦贏得名聲
53.My family and I lived across the street from Southway Park since I was four years old. Then just last year they city put a chain link fence around the park and started bulldozing (用推土机推平) the trees and grass to make way for a new apartment complex. When I saw the fence and bulldozers, I asked myself, “Why don’t they just leave it alone?” Looking back, I think what sentenced the part to oblivion (别遗忘) was the drought (旱灾) we had about four years ago. Up until then, Southway Park was a nice green park with plenty of trees and a public swimming pool. My friends and I rollerskated on the sidewalks, climbed the tress, and swam in the pool all the years I was growing up. The park was almost like my own yard. Then the summer I was fifteen the drought came and things changed. There had been almost no rain at all that year. The city stopped watering the park grass. Within a few weeks I found myself living across the street from a huge brown desert. Leaves fell off the part tress, and pretty soon the trees started dying, too. Next, the part swimming pool was closed. The city cut down on the work force that kept the park, and pretty soon it just got too ugly and dirty to enjoy anymore. As the drought lasted into the fall, the part got worse every month. The rubbish piled up or blew across the brown grass. Soon the only people in the park were beggars and other people down on their luck. People said drugs were being sold or traded there now. The part had gotten scary, and my mother told us kids not to go there anymore. The drought finally ended and things seemed to get back to normal, that is, everything but the park. It had gotten into such bad shape that the city just let it stay that way. Then about six months ago I heard that the city was going to “redevelopcertain worn-out areas of the city. It turned out that the city had planned to get rid of the park, sell the land and let someone build rows of apartment buildings on it. The chain-link fencing and bulldozers did their work. Now we live across the street from six rows of apartment building. Each of them is three units high and stretches a block in each direction. The neighborhood has changed without the park. The streets I used to play in are jammed with cars now. Things will never be the same again. Sometimes I wonder, though, what changes another drought would make in the way things are today. How did the writer feel when he saw the fence and bulldozers?
(A) Scared.
(B) Confused.
(C) Upset.
(D) Curious.
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答案:D
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41.If you were to walk up to Arthur Bonner and say, “ Hey, Butterfly Man,” his face would break into a smile. The title suits him. And he loves it. Arthur Bonner works with the Palos Verdes blue butterfly(蝴蝶), once thought to have died out. Today the butterfly is coming backthanks to him. But years ago if you’d told him this was what he’d be doing someday, he would have laughed, “ You’re crazy.” As a boy, he used to be “ a little tough guy on the streets”. At age thirteen, he was caught by police stealing. At eighteen, he landed in prison for shooting a man. “ I knew it had hurt my mom,” Bonner said after he got out of prison. “ So I told myself I would not put my mom through that pain again.” One day he met Professor Mattoni, who was working to rebuild the habitat(栖息地) for an endangered butterfly called El Segundo blue. “ I saw the signButterfly Habitat’ and asked, ‘ How can you have a habitat when the butterflies can just fly away?’” Bonner recalls. “ Dr. Mattoni laughed and handed me a magnifying glass(放大镜) , ‘Look at the leaves.’ I could see all these caterpillars(蝴蝶的幼虫) on the plant. Dr Mattoni explained, ‘ Without the plant, there are no butterflies.’” Weeks later, Bonner received a call from Dr. Mattoni, who told him there was a butterfly needed help. That was how he met the Palos Verdes blue. Since then he’s been working for four years to help bring the butterfly back. He grows astragalus, the only plant the butterfly eats. He collects butterflies and brings them into a lab to lay eggs. Then he puts new butterflies into the habitat. The butterfly’s population, once almost zero, is now up to 900. For their work, Bonner and Dr. Mattoni receiced lots of awards. But for Bonner, he earned something more: he turned his life around. For six years now Bonner has kept his promise to stay out of prison. While he’s bringing back the Palos Verdes blue, the butterfly has helped bring him back, too. When he was young, Arthur Bonner _______.
(A)broke the law and ended up in prison
(B)was fond of shooting and hurt his mom
(C)often laughed at people on the streeets
(D)often caught butterflies and took them home
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答案:A
難度:適中