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   The Internet is so big that we must use search engines to find what we want, and most people’s first   choice is a search engine called Google. Google’s homepage is now the single most visited Web page on the Internet. The name is so well known that “to google” has become a common verb in English.
   The idea for Google came to students Larry Page and Sergey Brin back in 1996. Unhappy with the search engines that were available, they were determined to do better. However, achieving their goal was a challenge; at that time, no one had much interest in the search engine field. Page and Brin eventually raised US$1 million to start the company in late 1998.
   The first sign of Google’s huge future success came in 1999 when Time magazine named it as one of the Internet’s top ten websites. Since then, Google seems to have won every available Internet award and broken records for numbers of users each year. Google currently deals with more than 150 million searches per day.

【題組】48. Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google because ________.
(A) they wanted to invent a new word in the English language
(B) they knew that many people wanted to use search engines
(C) they didn’t think existing search engines were good enough
(D) they wanted to have the biggest Web page on the Internet
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答案:C [無官方正解]
難度:適中
23. The spellings of many Old English words have been preserved in the living language, ____ their pronunciations have changed.
(A) and
(B) owing to
(C) notwithstanding
(D) although
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答案:D
難度:適中
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 【站僕】摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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23. The spellings of many Old English words have been preserved in the living language, ____ thei r pronunciations have changed.
(A) and
(B) owing to
(C) not withstanding
(D) although
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答案:D
難度:簡單
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 【站僕】摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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13. The spellings of many Old English words have been preserved in the living language, _______ their pronunciations have changed.
(A) although
(B) and
(C) so
(D) so that
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答案:A
難度:簡單
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Berealme 國一上 (2014/12/21 14:54)
很多古英文的拼法都被保存下來,雖然發音改變了。although雖然
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Cassidy Tung 高二上 (2015/01/11 11:13)

The spellings of many Old English words have been preserved in the living language, _______ their pronunciations have changed. 

很多古老英文單字的拼法被保存下來在現在活用的語言中,雖然他們的發音已經改變了。

50. What does the author imply in the last paragraph?
(A)Package is just an advertisement.
(B)Buyers shouldn’t believe the information on the package too much.
(C) The package has nothing to do at all with the product.
(D)Buyers can always find answers in the information on the package. Passage Three For any Englishman, there can never be any discussion as to who is the world’s greatest poet and greatest dramatist. Only one name can possibly suggest itself to him: that of William Shakespeare. Every Englishman has some knowledge, however slight, of the work our greatest writer. All of us use words, phrases and quotations from Shakespeare’s writings that have become part of the common property of English-speaking people. Most of the time we are probably unaware of the source of the words we use, rather like the old lady who was taken to see a performance of HAMLET and complained that “it was full of well-known proverbs and quotations.” Shakespeare, more perhaps than any other writer, made full use of the great resources of the English language. Most of us use about five thousand words in our normal employment of English; Shakespeare in his works used about twenty-five thousand. There is probably no better way for a foreigner to appreciate the richness and variety of the English language than by studying the various ways in which Shakespeare used it. Such a study is well worth the effort (it is not, of course, recommended to beginners) even though some aspects of English usage, and the meaning of many words, have changed since Shakespeare’s day.
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答案:B
難度:適中