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  • extol 同義詞praise, glorify, eulogize, laud 17 by 教甄教程◆英文
    ◎extol 同義詞praise, glorify, eulogize, laud vt. 及物動詞 1. 【文】讚美; 頌揚 ◎enigmatic  同義詞puzzl..
Recent evidence that a special brain cell is critical to memory is so_____ that scientists are _____ their theories of how the brain stores information to include the role of this cell.
(A) compelling, revising
(B) pervasive, reproducing
(C) perplexing, formulating
(D) obscure, confirming
(E) extreme, restoring
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答案:B
難度:困難
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Cherry Chang 大二上 (2013/06/10 10:59)
(A) compelling強制的, revising 修訂; 校訂
(B) pervasive普遍的, reproducing 繁殖, 生殖
(C) perplexing使人困惑的; 令人費解的, formulating使公式化; 用公式表示
(D) obscure暗的, 黑暗的; 朦朧的, confirming 證實; 確定
(E) extreme末端的, 盡頭的, restoring恢復
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羅逸昇 大一上 (2014/06/10 14:39)
scientists are reproducing  their theories 科學家繁殖他們的理論?
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Dex Shih 高三上 (2014/06/10 15:29)
re-producing 重新製作
35 Smartphones seem to have a ______ market since they are getting more and more popular around the world.
(A) burgeoning
(B) languishing
(C) perplexing
(D) squandering
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答案:A
難度:困難
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Jay Liao 高三上 (2013/08/27 18:54)
burgeon  v. 萌芽; 急速成長 languish  v. 憔悴, 苦思, 凋萎 per.....觀看完整全文,請先登入
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sesame 高三下 (2015/06/18 23:21)
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 In 1924 AmericanNational Research Council sent to engineers to supervise a series of industrial experiments at a large telephone-parts factory called the Hawthorne Plant near Chicago. It hoped they would learn how stop-floor lignting__1__workers productivity. Instead, the studies ended __2___giving their name to the “Hawthorne effect”, the extremely influential idea that the very___3____to being experimented upon changed subjectsbehavior.
The idea arose because of the __4____behavior of the women in the Hawthorne plant. According to __5____of the experiments, their hourly output rose when lighting was increased, but also when it was dimmed. It did not __6____what was done in the experiment; ___7_someting was changed ,productivity rose. A(n)___8___that they were being experimented upon seemed to be ____9___to alter workersbehavior ____10____itself.
After several decades, the same data were _11__ to econometric the analysis. Hawthorne experiments has another surprise store _12 __the descriptions on record, no systematic _13__ was found that levels of productivity were related to changes in lighting.
It turns out that peculiar way of conducting the experiments may be have let to__ 14__ interpretation of what happed.__ 15___ , lighting was always changed on a Sunday .When work started again on Monday, output __16___ rose compared with the previous Saturday and__ 17 __to rise for the next couple of days.__ 18__ , a comparison with data for weeks when there was no experimentation showed that output always went up on Monday, workers__ 19__ to be diligent for the first few days of the week in any case , before __20 __a plateau and then slackening off. This suggests that the allegedHawthorne effect “ is hard to pin down.

【題組】4.
(A) controversial
(B) perplexing
(C)mischievous
(D) ambiguous
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答案:B
難度:適中
8. The dentist’s examination was _____. She just went through the motions without taking any interest in the patient.
(A)perfunctory
(B)jeopardizing
(C)perplexing
(D)rudimental
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答案:A
難度:適中
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李采葳 小六下 (2014/04/24 22:47)
perfunctory (adj) 敷衍的
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Hsiu Chun Yang 國三上 (2014/04/29 11:04)
rudimental (a.)基本的,入門的,殘留的,退化的
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Janette Lai 國三上 (2014/05/07 21:44)
perplex (vt.)使困惑,使復雜化,使為難jeopardize (vt.)危害,使受危困,使陷危地
三、閱讀測驗 The exact historical origins of the ice cream that young and old alike adore are shrouded in mystery. Before this popular dessert was invented, Marco Polo had returned from the Orient with a recipe for sherbet. Hundred of years earlier, the Roman emperor Nero had snow and ice rushed to Rome from the mountains by special teams of runners. He then flavored the ice with fruit juices. Ice creams like the modern variety were probably invented in Italy, where it quickly became an expensive treat for the very rich. King Charles I of England bragged of his secret recipe for ice cream; Henry II of France served a different flavor to his court each day for a month to mark his marriage. In America, Thomas Jefferson also bragged of his secret flavors. George Washington, according to a merchant’s book, spent almost $200 on ice cream in 1790. And Dolly Madison served ice cream at her husband’s Second Inaugural at the White House. It was pointedly evident that the cream was from the president’s cows; the fruit, from the White House garden. Not until the nineteenth century, when insulated icehouses for keeping ice and hand-cranked ice-cream freezers were invented, were the lower classes able to afford ice cream.
【題組】40. As used in the passage, what does the wordevidentmean?
(A) Incredible.
(B) Apparent.
(C) Perplexing.
(D) Speculated.
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答案:B
難度:適中
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覺羅幻月 國三下 (2015/04/14 13:10)
段落裡的明顯是什麼意思?
(A令人難以置信B)很明顯。C)傻了眼(D)推測