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  • Inflame 0 by 高普考/三四等/高員級◆英文
    inflamed =>發炎的; 使興奮; 使激動; 煽動;鼓動 所有不同的爭論議題,從宗教到環境,沒有像政治議題讓人  ___。 (A) 如此的憤怒  (B)&n..
The government may require individuals to limit the carbon dioxide they produce to ---- global warming.
Vena Chen Senior 21st (2013/05/16 13:50):
combat:與...戰鬥, 反對,對付
Avita Lin University 11st (2013/05/30 13:52):
Evelyn Hsieh Junior 21st (2013/11/09 14:39):

Long before Admiral Byrd's well-publicized expeditions and the race to the South Pole by Scott and Amundsen, other, now long-forgotten explorers, adventurers and ordinary seal hunters made or tried to make their way to Antarctica. Today, scientists regularly bivouac for months on end in the vast frozen wastes of Antarctica, and adventurous travelers can even find tours to take them to the bottom of the world. But it was not so long ago that a voyage to the South Pole was a perilous undertaking, one that required tremendous courage, stamina, and skill. Before explorers actually saw this frozen continent, its existence was posited by geographers, though 18th-century seafarers ventured no further than the ring of cold air and icy water, the Antarctic Convergence, which surrounded it. The discovery and exploitation of Antarctica is the subject of Alan Gurney's book, Below the Convergence. Gurney, a Scots yacht designer and photographer, tells the story of some dozen of those men, beginning with the astronomer Halley (of comet fame) in 1699 and finishes with an 1839 whaling/sealing ship— the Eliza Scott— whose crew discovered boulders imbedded in Antarctic ice, a geological mystery that caught Darwin's interest. But to mention only the detailed accounts of these voyages— and they are very detailed— fails to give a sense of the treasure-trove quality of this unusual book. Along the way are interesting discussions of the history of astronomy, geography, navigation (especially the problems of working out correct longitude), cartography and ornithology (how the penguin got its name), diet (the problem of scurvy) and the economics of the whale-oil trade. And how many of us have seriously considered the question “Is there indeed a `Southern Ocean' below the Pacific?" Gurney's somewhat dogged interest in describing exactly which routes various ships took to get from here to there is more than made up for by his curiosity about what they encountered along the way. This book, written for serious sailors, should entertain anyone curious about history's backwater.
【Group】49Which of the following words is closest in meaning to “bivouac" in the first paragraph?
(A) Inflame
(B) Observe
(C) Research
(D) Shelter
Ptt Astray Senior 32st (2015/10/16 15:35):

Reading3 The most popular event in the world is probably the World Cup, and it is certainly in first place among sports competitions. This soccer toumament features the top 32 teams in the world, and is held once every four years. The World Cup is uniquebecause soccer is unique. It is played everywhere. And this is the sport that inflames ethnic tension and sparks national pride more than any other docs. Soccer is an outlet for the feelings, tensions and desires of groups, whether they be tribal, regional or national. The battles beteen teams from different parts of one country-the northwest and south of England, for example-can be just as bitter and divisive as those between rival countries. However, an entire nation will put aside its intenal differences and cheer for its national team. All the energy produced by the public,passionate fans and casual viewers alike, causes the World Cup to be a singularly exciting event. Amazingly,715.1 million people watched the championship match in the last tournament in 2006, even though most of them didn’t come from the two countries playing in that final, Italy and France.
【Group】31. What does "inflame"in line 4 mean?
(A) To cause very strong feelings, especially anger or excitement, in a person or in a group of people.
(B) To burn with a bright flame.
(C) To make something less or smaller in size, quantity, price, etc.
(D) To have an influence on something.

五、課外教材綜合測驗(每題 1 分,共 20 分):請選出一個正確或最佳的答案。
(A) Adults, children and pets around the world experience them. They can cause swelling, bleeding, or even death. In India, they kill ____66.____ more people than tiger attacks. Snakebites affect between 1.2 million and five million people each year worldwide. Luckily, according to World Health Organization, out of the 3,000 species of snakes that exist worldwide, only 600 are ____67.____. However, any bite can be dangerous. To avoid dying from snakebites, keep the following tips in mind. a. If you see a snake, stand back and let it ____68.____ away. 
b. Wear shoes, or better yet boots, when walking outside where snakes might be concealed. 
c. If bitten by a snake, quickly ____69.____ so it doesn’t bite again. Also, identify the snake. 
d. Remove any jewelry that could ____70.____ the bitten area and avoid moving the affected limb. 
e. Go to an emergency medical center immediately to get antivenin.

(A) inflame
(B) scar
(C) endanger
(D) constrict