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      7. Rain along the middle and lower Yangzi River this week has helped ______ the region’s worst drought in 50 years. But it has not doused a storm of criticism of the Three Gorges dam upriver, including allegations that it contributed to the disaster.
      (A) pollinate
      (B) overwhelm
      (C) ignite
      (D) alleviate

      編輯私有筆記及自訂標籤
      答案:D
      難度:簡單
      1F
      Anya Lin 國一上 (2012/06/04)


      (A) pollinate (v) 傳授花粉

      (B) overwhelm (v) 征服

      (C) ignite (v) 點燃

      (D) alleviate (v) 緩和; 減輕

      2F
      龔雅屏 小二上 (2013/04/14)

      douse 把 浸入水中

      allegation 主張

      3F
      C 14 days from just £2,090 pp Fully inclusive from the UK Price covers, international airfares, departure taxes, fuel charge, local transportation all meals, entrance fees, guides, daily tours and visas for UK citizens. ◆ Days 1-3: UK-Shanghai Fly to the great city of shanghai and in the evening sample traditional shanghai food Visit the beautiful YU Garden, Old Town. shanghai Museum ,cross the Grest Nanpu Bridge and tour the Pudong area Also explore Xintiandi with its 1920’s style Shikomen buildings and end your stay in shanghai with an amazing Huangpu River evening tour. ◆ Days 4-7:Shanghai-Yangtze River Tour Fly to yichang and change (approx: one hour)to board your Yangtze River ship for the next four nights. Enjoy a tour of the three Gorgee Dam(三峡大坝)before sailing on the grand Yangtze River ,passing through the impressive Three Gorges. We take a side trip to the lesser Three Gorges or travel up the Shennong Stream in a peapod boat and enjoy various shore trips along the way. ◆ Day8 :Chongqing—Chengdu Get off in Chongqing and drive to Chengdu for an overnight stay. ◆ Day9-10;Chengdu-xi’an Visit the famous Panda Reserve to see the lovely animals We then fly to the bistoric city of Xi’an for two nights’stay and enjoy traditional Shui jiao. Next day, explore one of the most important discoveries of the 20th century—the Terracotta Warriors(兵马俑),followed by the ancient City wall and a performance of Tang Dynasty dancing. ◆ Day11-13:Xi’an-Beijing Visit little wild Goose Pagoda and see the ancient objects at the well-known Shangxi Provincial museum before walking through the lively militia Quarter to see the Great Mosque . Later fly to Beijing for three nights stay and try Peking Duck. During our stay in Beijing, we stroll through Tiananmen Square to the Forbidden city, the largest and best preserved collection of ancient buildings in china, and visit the summer palace. Next day we take a walk on the Great wall, tour the unique Temple of Heaven and enjoy an attractive Chinese Acrzibatio Show. ◆ Day14:Beijing-UK Fly back to the UK, arriving home later the same day filled with happy memories.
      【題組】66. Which of the following is TRUE according to the ad ?
      (A) The tourists will have to pay extra for fuel and meals.
      (B) The tourists will visit the 1920’s Shikumen buildings in Beijing
      (C) The tourists will take a side trip to the Three Gorges Dam during the tour.
      (D) The tourists will stay in Beijing for three nights before leaving for the UK

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      答案:D
      難度:適中
      Passage 4 (46~50 題) 
      People once thought that a solar eclipse meant that a terrible disaster would happen. Now we know that is not true, but millions of people do suffer from true natural disasters ranging from deadly typhoons from the sea to tornadoes on land. Fossils show that natural disasters have been affecting life on earth since long before human existed. These disasters still affect us all. 
      Our oceans and straits may be affected by typhoons. In the mountains and gorges of Taiwan and elsewhere, the rains brought by these storms often lead to mudslides. In other parts of the world, there is sometimes not enough rain, resulting in a drought. Because of the drought, crops wither and people starve. Earthquakes are also a constant danger. Even a small tremor is able to destroy a poorly constructed building or the span of a bridge. Larger earthquakes sometimes cause huge waves, called tsunamis, which destroy villages and kill thousands of people. The eruption of volcanoes can also be a major hazard and the vapors that spill from them can be as dangerous as the mud and ash that come from them. 
      Governments around the world spend large amounts of money on efforts to protect their people from the effects of natural disasters and the famines that often follow. After a disaster strikes, governments and individual donors from around the world rush to help those nations that have been affected, rebuilding farms and canals. Many governments work through the United Nations to develop systems to warn people of tempests and tsunamis approaching the coast. Despite our great advances in science and technology, we still suffer from natural disasters the same way that our ancestors did thousands of years ago.

      【題組】48. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
      (A) Affected by typhoons, the mountains and gorges of Taiwan suffer from mudslide problems.
      (B) In some parts of underdeveloped world, a small tremor of the earth is able to demolish some poorly built constructions.
      (C) In protecting people from possible natural disasters and famines, the government expenditure in disaster prevention is huge.
      (D) Fossils show that natural disasters have only been affecting life since modern technologies were created.

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      答案:D
      難度:非常困難

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