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8. Many people consider universities as places with ______ elites, who have trouble understanding what is truly needed in life and at work, and are completely detached from the real world. 
(A) empathetic
(B) distinguished
(C) snobbish
(D) articulate
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答案:C
難度:困難
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ShinYi Haha 國二上 (2016/10/05)

snobbish

adj.勢利眼的;諂上傲下的;恃才傲物的;假充內行的;

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ShinYi Haha 國二上 (2016/10/05)

elite

n.<法>精華;精銳,精英;上層集團;(統稱)掌權人物; 


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Maruko Lin 高三下 (2017/07/18)

許多人認為大學是有著許多勢利眼菁英的地方,他們無法了解在生活中與工作中什麼才是真正需要的,並且完全地與現實世界分開。

42 Fashion is a means of self-expression. 

(A)What one wears can make him/her articulate. 

(B)What one wears can make him/her fashionable. 

(C)What one wears can draw others’ attention. 

(D)What one wears can show who he/she is.
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答案:D
難度:適中
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吳蕊蕙 高三下 (2012/10/31)
最近醫學研究員溫蒂萊文森的記錄,數以百計的一組醫生與病人之間的談話。大約一半的醫生們永遠不會被起訴。另一半曾至少兩次提起訴訟。萊文森發現只是根據這些談話,她找兩個群體之間的明顯差異。外科醫生永遠不會被起訴花超過三分鐘再每個病人比那些被起訴 (18.3 分鐘 (15 分鐘)。他們是更有可能使定向的評論,如"我先給你,檢查,然後我們將接管問題"或"將離開您的問題的時間"— — 哪些説明病人得到的這次訪問對於要完成感和當他們可以問的問題。他們是更有可能從事主動傾聽、 講這種話作為"下去,告訴我更多關於這個的",更有可能會發笑,並能在訪問期間滑稽。有趣的是,沒有任何大的差別,在數量或品質的資訊他們給他們的病人 ;他們沒有提供有關藥物或病人的病情的更多詳細資訊。不同的是完全在他們對他們的病人說話的方式。

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國二上 (2013/06/13)
Fashion is a means of self-expression. 
(A) What one wears can make him/her articulate.
(B) What one wears can make him/her fashionable. 
(C) What one wears can draw others’ attention.
(D) What one wears can show who he/she is.

Recently之後是第13~16題的題組
In the United States the cost of living has been steadily rising for the past few decades. Food prices, clothing costs, housing expenses, and tuition fees are constantly getting higher. Partly because of financial needs, and partly because of career choices for personal fulfillment, mothers have been leaving the traditional role of full-time homemaker. (65) they have been taking salaried jobs outside the home. <BR>Making such a significant role change affects the entire family, especially the children. Some consequences are obvious. For example, dinnertime is at a later hour. The emotional impact, (66) , can be more subtle. Mothers leave home in the morning, feeling guilty because they will not be home when their children return from school. They (67) their guilt since they believe that their working will benefit everyone in the long run. The income will enable the family to save for college tuition, take an extended vacation, buy a new car, and so on. 
The emotional impact on the children can be significant. It is quite common for children to feel hurt and resentful. After all, they are alone several hours and they feel that their mothers should “be there” for them. They might need assistance with their homework or want to share the day’s activities. (68) , however, the mothers arrive home exhausted and face the immediate task of preparing dinner. Their priority is making the evening meal for the family, not engaging in relaxed conversation

【題組】67.
(A) suppress
(B) intervene
(C) articulate
(D) hypothesize
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答案:A
難度:簡單
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必勝客 高二上 (2017/05/07)
(A) suppress         ☆. ★★, ...


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Joyce Hung 高三下 (2017/05/15)

suppress: to end sth. by force

The Taiwanese dialect has kept some ___ forms of the Chinese language.
(A) primitive
(B) articulate
(C) obstinate
(D) nauseous
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答案:A
難度:適中
1F
DD 大二上 (2013/05/18)
primitive 原始
articulate 鏈接
obstinate 倔強的
nauseous 厭惡的
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黃婉如 國三下 (2013/05/30)
 dialect方言, 土話
New babies eat, sleep, cry, poop — and listen. But their eavesdropping begins 
before birth and may include language lessons, says a new study led by 
Christine Moon, a psychologist at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. 
According to Moon, such early learning may help babies quickly understand their parents.
Scientists have known that about 10 weeks before birth, a fetus can hear sounds 
outside the womb. Until now, evidence suggested that prenatal learning was 
restricted to the melody, rhythm and loudness of voices. But Moon and her 
coworkers found evidence that fetuses may also be starting to learn language 
itself. They tested whether newborns could detect differences in vowel sounds. 
Her team reports that newborns responded one way when they heard sounds like 
those from their parents’ language. And the newborns responded another way 
when they heard sounds like those from a foreign language.
Moon’s team studied 80 healthy newborns ranging from 7 to 75 hours old, half in U.S. hospitals and half in Swedish hospitals. Each baby had a pair of headphones 
nearby. When a baby sucked on a pacifier, the action triggered an attached 
computer to send sounds through the headphones. The babies listened to 17 
sounds similar to the long e in English, heard in the word fee, for example. 
They also listened to 17 sounds similar to a Swedish vowel that sounds like yeh. 
The results showed that American babies were more likely to continue sucking on their pacifiers when they heard Swedish vowels than when they heard English 
vowel sounds and Swedish babies were more likely to continue sucking if they 
heard English vowels. Learning so quickly after birth was unlikely, the researchers concluded, so the ability to monitor the vowels could be attributed only to 
prenatal learning.


【題組】21. What would be the best title for the passage?
(A) Learning Language Before Birth
(B) How to Articulate Vowels in a Womb
(C) Assessing Infant Sucking Dysfunction
(D) Sound Differences between English and Swedish
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答案:A
難度:簡單
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李美華 國三下 (2013/07/08)
poop排泄物, 糞便
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李美華 國三下 (2013/07/08)
eavesdropping偷聽  fetus胎; (三個月後的)胎兒   prenatal 產前的; 出生以前的; 胎兒期的