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9. He is thought to be a(n) ____ because he tends to think unlucky things are very likely to happen to him.
(A) optimist
(B) pessimist
(C) professional
(D) architect
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答案:B
難度:簡單
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Chun Jen Wang 高二上 (2012/05/03 20:59)
被認為是悲觀因為他往往認為不吉利的事情很可能發生在他身上
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張艾莉 高二下 (2013/03/03 15:57)
optimist與pessimist一起記
兩者為相反詞
optimist --樂觀者 (O像笑的嘴型HOHOHO~~ 所以是樂觀的人)
pessimist -- 悲觀者 (悲觀人愛扁嘴P ~~ 所以是悲觀的人)

好玩好記的方法給大家參考看看
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美美 高二上 (2014/10/17 10:53)
architect建築師
63 D Feeling blue about world ? “Ceer up.” Says science writer Matt Ridley.”The world has never been a better place to live in, and it will keep on getting better both for humans and got nature.” Ridley calls himself a tat ional optimisttactical .because he’s carefully weighed the evidence optimistic .because that offence shows human progress to be both unavoidable and good .Ad this is what he’s set out to prone from unique point of view in his most recent book. The Rant anal Opting .He views mankind as grand enterprise that .on the whole .has done little but progress for 100.000 years. He backed his finding with hard gathered though years of research. Here’s how he explains his views. Shopping fuels invention It is reported that there are more than ten billion different producers for sale in London alone. Een allowing for the many people who still live in poverty .our own generation has access to more nutritious food .more convenient transport .bigger houses, better ears .and of course, more pounds and dollars than any who lived before us .This will continue as long as we there things to make other things, This more we specialize and exchange, the better off we’ll be. 2) Billiant advances One reason we are richer, healthier, taller, cleverer, longer-lived and freer than ener before is that the four most basie human needs -food, clothing, fuel and shelter- have grown a lot cheaper. Take one example. In 1800 a candle providing one hour’s light cost six hourswork. In the 1880s the same light from an oil lamp took 15 minuteswork to pay for. In 1950 it was eight seconds. Today it’s half second. 3) Let’s not kill ourselves for climate change Mitigating(减轻) climate change could prove just as damaging to human welface as climate change itself. Achild that dies from indoor smoke in a village, where the use of fassil-fuel(化石燃料) electrieity is forhidden by well meaming members of green polucal movements trying to save the world, is just as great a tragedy as a child that mes in a flood caused by climate change. If chmaic change proves to be xxxx, but cutting carbon canses realparn, we may well find that we have stopped a nose bleed by putting a tournquet(止血带) around our necks. . What is the theme of Ridley’s most recent book?
(A) Weakness of human nature.
(B) Cncern about climate change.
(C) Importance of practical thinking.
(D) Optimism about human progress.
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答案:D
難度:適中
Despite the fact that he was an ________ , he showed fantastic skills in the competition and great potential to be an outstanding professional.
(A)emigrant
(B)optimist
(C)amateur
(D)informant
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答案:C
難度:適中
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冒險男 國二上 (2014/12/22 17:05)
emigrant   移民
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Ellie 高一上 (2015/06/18 11:22)
informant n.告密者
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Jerryboy 國一上 (2016/07/14 16:31)
immigrant 移民
6. The value of the dollar has shot up in the distorted way, unlike the value of the currencies of America’s major trading partners.
(A) steady
(B) very fast
(C) optimist
(D) crooked
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答案:D
難度:簡單
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葉倩妘 高一上 (2014/05/05 20:39)
美元的价值突然上升了用被变形的方式,不同于美国的主要贸易伙伴货币的价值。
(a)平稳
(c)樂天派
4. I am a skeptic about the 12-year compulsory education plan; I need some more proof that it can work.
(A) pessimist
(B) optimist
(C) disbeliever
(D) romanticist
(E) realist
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答案:C
難度:適中