10. _______________ The Indonesian kite, for example, is usually constructed of four or five sticks
tied together in the center. The sticks form sturdy frame for a rectangular cover whose center is
pierced by a circular hole several inches in diameter. The surface of the cover is often decorated
with stripes and designs reminiscent of stars. This kite is especially suited for flying in strong
(A) Kites were first introduced in China by 5th century BC, yet their designs vary around the world.
(B) In many cultures around the world, the custom of kite flying has been passed from generation to
generation almost as a ritual.
(C) The traditional kite flying involves flying a tethered man-made object with the help of the
(D) Kites were invented approximately 2,800 years ago in China, where materials ideal for kite
building were readily available: silk fabric, silk line and bamboo.
第二大題：段落組成(第 11−20 題)
63. Typically as cells grow, their increase in volume outpaces their increase in surface area, and continued survival requires
undergoing asexual reproduction to reestablish a healthy surface area to volume ratio. Thus, which of these is LEAST
likely to contribute to the ability of a single-celled foraminiferan to grow to a diameter of several centimeters?
(A) Its calcium carbonate test contributes extra mass.
(B) Its symbiotic algae provide glucose to the cytoplasm.
(C) Its symbiotic algae absorb metabolic waste products from the cytoplasm.
(D) Its symbiotic algae provide oxygen to the cytoplasm.
(E) Its threadlike pseudopods dramatically increase its surface area to volume ratio.