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    install是駭客(hackers)的動作; invade是病毒(viruses)的動作. However, the Internet also causes some problems..
(A) for profit
(B) came to an end  
(C) won his case
(D) went to court     
(E) for free

【題組】32. I didn’t pay for that CD. I got it ________________         when I bought the computer.
答案:E [無官方正解]
The ancient art of liuli has, in recent years, been given a new lease on life. Liuli is Chinese gl ass artwork, a craft that has been around since the 11th century BC. Creating these beautiful glass ornaments, tableware, and jewelry is an incredibly complicated and time-consuming process, demanding great technical skill and patience. However, the results are delicate, elegant crystal works, each one impossible to replicate and each one unique. 
Liuli stands out because of its many bright colors. The technique employed by liuli artisans is referred to as “pdte-de-verre,” or lost-wax casting, in which a glass powder is mixed with colorants and fired at exceptionally high temperatures. Because each model can only be used once and the colors can vary so much, every individual liuli craftwork is truly one of a kind. 
Pale green liuli beads date back to the Western Zhou Dynasty, and liuli handicrafts flourished during the Tang Dynasty, when the word liuli became popular. By the 19th century, this glass casting technique was no longer practiced. It wasn’t until 1968, when the earliest example of “pdte-de-verre” was discovered in China, that archaeologist realized that liuli was an artform founded in China. The discovery drove local artists to revive the tradition. 
None has done more to reinstate liuli than Loretta Hui-shan Yang and Chang Yi. In 1987, they established a small company named Liuligongfang and opened a workshop in Tamshui. Without any experience at all, Yang was determined to ensure that this Chinese tradition would not be lost forever. After massive investment and much trial and error, Liuligongfang finally found its feet, and Yang and Chang built up a reputation as the founders of contemporary Chinese glass art. There are now almost 70 Liuligongfang galleries, and some of their artworks form part of internationally renowned museums’ permanent collections. For Liuligongfang founders, each individual artifact should capture the history of liuli. At the same time, Liuligongfang strives to give a modern twist to this ancient art.

【題組】73 How can we best describe the history of Liuligongfang?
(A)It was opened by experienced craftsmen.
(B)The company was shaky at first, but then it became successful.
(C)The company did well at first, but then it had troubles later on.
(D)Tt immediately became famous when it was founded in 1987.
21. A: ________ B: I have computer class on Friday.
(A) Do you have a computer?
(B) Do you like computer class?
(C) When do you have computer class?
(D) How many computer classes do you have?
41.One evening in February 2007, a student named Paula Ceely brought her car to a stop on a remote road in Wales. She got out to open a metal gate that blocked her path .That’s when she heard the whistle sounded by the driver of a train. Her Renault Clio was parked across a railway line. Seconds later, she watched the train drag her car almost a kilometre down the railway tracks. Ceely’s near miss made the news because she blamed it on he GPS (导航仪). She had never driven the route before. It was dark and raining heavily. Ceely was relying on her GPS, but it made no mention of the crossing. “I put my complete trust in the device and it led me right into the path of a speeding train,” she told the BB
(C) Who is to blame here? Rick Stevenson, who tells Ceely’s story in his book When Machines Fail Us, points the finger at the limitations of technology. We put our faith in digital devices, he says, but our digital helpers are too often not up to the job. They are filled with small problems. And it’s not just GPS devices: Stevenson takes us on a tour of digital disasters involving everything from mobile phones to wireless keyboards. The problem with his argument in the book is that it’s not clear why he only focuses on digital technology, while there may be a number of other possible causes. A map-maker might have left the crossing off a paper map. Maybe we should blame Ceely for not paying attention. Perhaps the railway authorities are at fault for poor singalling system. Or maybe someone has studied the relative dangers and worked out that there really is something specific wrong with the GPS equipment. But Stevenson doesn’t say. It’s a problem that runs through the book. In a section on cars, Stevenson gives an account of the advanced techniques that criminals use to defeat computer-based locking systems for cars. He offers two independent sets of figures on car theft; both show a small rise in some parts of the country. He says that once again not all new locks have proved reliable. Perhaps, but maybe it’s also due to the shortage of policemen on the streets. Or changing social circumstances. Or some combination of these factors. The game between humans and their smart devices is amusing and complex. It is shaped by economics and psychology and the cultures we live in. Somewhere in the mix of those forces there may be a way for a wiser use of technology. If there is such a way, it should involve more than just an awareness of the shortcomings of our machines. After all, we have lived with them for thousands of years. They have probably been fooling us for just as long. What did Paula Ceely think was the cause of her accident?
(A) She was not familiar with the road.
(B) It was dark and raining heavily then. CThe railway workers failed to give the signal.
(D) Her GPS device didn’t tell her about the crossing.
1192   When the telephone rang, Tom ______, so I left him a message.
(A)used the computer
(B)read a letter
(C)was taking a shower
(D)had been watching TV
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