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Those who are leaders may want to set a good example _____ company money. One way is to bring in your lunch to show you are serious about savings.
(A) when it comes to save
(B) when it comes to saving
(C) when comes to save
(D) when come to save
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答案:B
難度:適中
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Emma Lin 小一下 (2010/02/01 11:47)
when it c.....看完整詳解
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Rafael Tang 高二下 (2014/05/17 16:35)

When it comes to + N / Ving 談到……..

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Joyce(多虧阿摩我105年上榜) 高三上 (2016/05/16 22:49)
when it comes to 的to 是介詞,所以後面若加動詞,要變成動名詞
6. The police raided night clubs at the downtown, detaining those who were ____ of taking drugs.
(A) rejected
(B) accepted
(C) suspected
(D) injected
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答案:C
難度:簡單
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陳郁蓁 國三下 (2010/06/20 11:24)
(C) suspected

有嫌疑的; 被懷疑可能存在的


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Jiarong 高三上 (2011/10/23 05:29)

suspect + of  N. / that clause~~

The extraordinary success some Asian Americans are enjoying in a few areas has created the misconception of an exemplary minority and has detracted from a need  to accurately assess the costs and sacrifices involved for those who manage to reach such a high level of achievements.

(A) The success of Asian Americans in some areas can mislead people from finding out what are really behind it.

(B) The Asian Americans are proud of the achievements they have made in a few local areas.

(C) Some Asian Americans detracted themselves from the need to accurately appraise the costs to reach high achievements.

(D) People are led to believe that Asian’s minority status is created without sacrifices

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答案:A
難度:適中
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陳紫晏 幼稚園下 (2013/08/03 16:45)
樓上翻譯非常怪
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Hsien-jou Yang 國三上 (2013/08/05 11:01)
2F是google機器翻譯,既然樓上說了很怪那我就努力一下
對那些想要達到高水平成就的經營者來說,部份亞裔美國人在少部分領域所享受的非凡成就已經造成他們對少數模範的誤解,以及在於正確的--評估花費&犧牲--(風險評估)上的拖累。
<心得:整句充滿了倒裝和插入子句 在翻譯前最好能先把所有子句都分開來才容易懂>
A亞裔美國人在部分領域的成功能誤導大眾找出成功背後的真相(應該是指背後的犧牲和努力)
B在部分地區,亞裔美國人對於他們自己的成就感到自豪
C部分亞裔美國人因需要正確的評估高成就的風險而拖累自己
D大眾被引導去相信少數亞洲人的成就是不需要犧牲的
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Te-Chun Wang 高一上 (2014/04/14 17:24)

The extraordinary success (some Asian Americans are enjoying in a few areas)

has created the misconception (of an exemplary minority) and

has detracted from a need to accurately assess the costs and sacrifices (involved (for those) (who) manage to reach such a high level of achievements.))

 

按字的順序來翻的話

傑出成功表現(一部分亞裔美國人正在享受(在一些領域上))

造成了一種(模範的少數代表的)誤導。而且

降低了需求準確地估計(被涉入的那些(設法達到如此高水平的成就的)人的)代價與犧牲。

 

 

(A)   The success (of Asian Americans (in some areas)) can mislead people from finding out ((what) are really behind it.)

成功(亞裔美國人(在一些領域上))              會誤導     人們      發現      成功真正背後的原因。

 

https://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/question?qid=1508061010708 參考yahoo

Buying overpriced indulgences may feel good in the short term, but you pay the price later. Or at least that’s the conventional wisdom. But a study by a couple of business-school professors says splurging now makes you happier later. Even more surprising: not splurging now gives you pangs of regret later. One study in the Harvard Business Review polled college students and alumni on the subject of spring breaks. Regret about not having spent more money or traveling during breaks increased with time, whereas regret about not having worked, studied, or saved money during breaks decreased with time. The authors write: “We saw a similar pattern in a study of how businesspeople perceived past choices between work and pleasure. Over time, those who had indulged felt less and less guilty about their choices, whereas those who had been dutiful experienced a growing sense of having missed out on the pleasures of life.” The authors also did a study of mall shoppers, asking about their regret about buying an expensive item of clothing. Those who anticipated short-term regret bought less-expensive items, while those who anticipated long-term regret splurged. Luxury-goods makers, of course, will eat this up. I can see the slogan now: “Luxury: It’s Good for Life.” Well, whether luxury is good for your finances is another matter. Wealth Report readers, what do you think? Do the long-term benefits of indulgence outweigh the short-term risks of regret?
【題組】14 According to the study, who is going to regret in the long run?
(A)Those who take a luxurious spring vacation.
(B)Those who have bought a brand-name item.
(C)Those who spend money on expensive clothes.
(D)Those who devote themselves to their jobs.
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答案:D
難度:適中
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Lisa Ting 國三上 (2011/08/09 15:43)

測驗題目不完整無法作答
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Chun Jen Wang 高二上 (2012/02/18 00:29)
購買價格過高的寬容可能在短期內感覺良好,但以後付出的代價或至少​​是傳統的智慧商業學校教授研究大肆揮霍現在使你幸福以後更令人吃驚沒有大肆揮霍現在給你遺憾的陣痛哈佛商業評論一項研究調查大學生和校友春假主題不必更多的錢或在休息時間增加旅行遺憾遺憾沒有工作研究,在休息省下的錢隨著時間的推移下降作者寫道:“我們看到了一個類似的模式研究如何商人認為過去的工作和娛樂之間選擇隨著時間的推移那些曾經沉迷覺得,少他們的選擇那些一直孝順經歷日益增強已經錯過了生活的樂趣。“作者也做了一個商場購物者研究詢問他們的後悔一件衣服昂貴的項目預計短期遺憾那些購買貴重物品那些預期長遠遺憾捨得花錢買衣服當然奢侈品製造商會吃這個現在可以看到的口號:“奢侈品:對生活的”好了,是否你的財務狀況奢侈品另一回事財富報告“的讀者你覺得放縱長遠利益大於短期風險遺憾

Johnson Kinyago, a sun-dried Masai herder, has two sons. “One is a genius—he can identify every animal and find water anywhere. So he’s with the goats,” he says proudly. “The other is stupid so he’s in school.” At a cattle market in Laikipia in northern Kenya, other Masai elders nod their approval. Herding is for bright sparks, school for “thickies,” all of them say. Only 35% of Masai children attend school. The reason is that pastoralists depend on their children’s labor, so even if persuaded of the merits of school, few could spare their ablest offspring. The result is an illiteracy rate of over 90%, leaving the Masai vulnerable to abuse from their more worldly neighbors. With their stretched ear lobes, their ochre-stained warriors, and gap-toothed brides, the Masai live much as they have for centuries, but in a world which has changed radically. When theirilliterateforebears made peace with the first British settlers, they unwittingly signed away 90% of their land. The remaining arid patch no longer supports their swollen population. During a recent three-year drought, more than 89% of their animals died, and the proud Masai are now humiliatingly dependent on food aid. @
【題組】47 What doesthickiesmean in the passage?
(A)Those who are sloppy
(B)Those who are stupid
(C)Those who are heavy
(D)Those who are dark
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答案:B
難度:適中
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郭芝攸 小三上 (2012/02/08 23:51)
● sloppy
[英] (of a substance) more liquid than it should be, often in a way that is unpleasant
[例] The batter was a bit sloppy so I added some more flour.
(from Cambridge Dictionary)