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41.This report shows that even for American college graduates who are able to find work, there is little guarantee that they will earn a wage _____ with their skills or adequate to pay back their debts.
(A) contingent
(B) contiguous
(C) commensurate
(D) corroborative
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答案:C
難度:適中
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Coco Lee 國三上 (2012/04/22 00:55)

1. contingent (a.) 偶然的, 以~為條件的

2. contiguous (a.) 鄰近的, 連續的

3. commensurate (a.) 同量的, 相稱的 = corresponding

4. corroborative (a.) 確證的

48. This study shows that despite having instructorsprovided notes in hand at each lecture, virtually every medical student took _____ notes during lectures.
(A) voluminous
(B) incandescent
(C) recondite
(D) meddlesome
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答案:A
難度:適中
1F
Mary Hong 高二上 (2012/06/27 22:09)
(A) voluminous   長篇的
(B) incandescent    熾熱的
(C) recondite       深奧的
(D) meddlesome    愛管閒事的
 
298   This report was not finished because the team was short on time.
(A)時間短
(B)時間剛好
(C)時間不夠
(D)時間太多
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答案:C
難度:簡單
1F
Henry Huang 高一下 (2015/03/25 09:52)
因為時間不夠的關係,這篇報導沒有完成
 C
We’ve reached a strangesome would say unusualpoint. While fighting world hunger continues to be the matter of vital importance according to a recent report from the World Health Organization (WHO), more people now die from being overweight, or say, from being extremely fat, than from being underweight. It’s the good life that’s more likely to kill us these days.
Worse, nearly l8 million children under the age of five around the world are estimated to be overweight. What’s going on?
We really don’t have many excuses for our weight problems. The dangers of the problem have been drilled into us by public-health campaigns since 2001 and the message is getting through—up to a point.
In the 1970s, Finland, for example, had the highest rate of heart disease in the world and being overweight was its main cause. Not any more. A public-health campaign has greatly reduced the number of heart disease deaths by 80 per cent over the past three decades.
Maybe that explains why the percentage of people in Finland taking diet pills doubled between 2001 and 2005, and doctors even offer surgery of removing fat inside and change the shape of the body. That has become a sort of fashion. No wonder it ranks as the world’s most body-conscious country.
We know what we should be doing to lose weight—but actually doing it is another matter. By far the most popular excuse is not taking enough exercise. More than half of us admit we lack willpower.
Others blame good food. They say: it’s just too inviting and it makes them overeat. Still others lay the blame on the Americans, complaining that pounds have piled on thanks to eating too much American-style fast food.
Some also blame their parentstheir genes. But unfortunately, the parents are wronged because they’re normal in shape, or rather slim.
It’s a similar story around the world, although people are relatively unlikely to have tried to lose weight. Parents are eager to see their kids shape up. Do as I say—not as I do.

【題組】59. What is the “strangepoint mentioned in the first sentence?
(A). The good life is a greater risk than the bad life.
(B). Starvation is taking more people’s lives in the world.
(C). WHO report shows people’s unawareness of food safety.
(D). Overweight issue remains unresolved despite WHO’s efforts.
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答案:A
難度:適中
47. This clearly shows that crops and weeds have quite a number of ________ in common.
(A) traits
(B) traces
(C)tracks
(D) trails
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答案:A
難度:適中