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  • 23屆金曲獎 入圍得獎名單 32 by 小巴
       資料來源:http://www.ttv.com.tw/drama12/GoldenM..
通常於飯店之酒吧酒水量不足時,會填寫“飲料倉庫領料單"領貨,其英文為

(A)Petty Cash Voucher Form

(B)Trouble Report

(C)Food Store Requisition Form

(D)BeverageStore Requisition Form

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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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12 下列何者主張消費單一稅(Single Tax on Consumption)?
(A)英國重商主義學者威廉柏第(W. Petty)
(B)法國重農主義學者揆納(F. Quesnay)
(C)英國自由主義學者亞當斯密(
(A) Smith)
(D)德國社會主義學者拉薩爾(F. Lasselle)

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答案:A
難度:適中
1F
我愛阿摩,阿摩愛我 (2012/07/20)     2    
  • 所得L

  • 資本G

  • 消費P

參第7題

2F
稅稅 大一上 (2017/07/30)     1    

參考 1F 

消費單一稅-英國威廉柏第 (重商主義) --(A)

土地單一稅-法國揆內(重農主義)--------(B)

所得單一稅-德國拉薩爾(社會主義)------(D)

資本單一稅-法國基拉斯留斯



1601   After his failure in business, Donald led a ______ life.
(A)pitiful
(B)pity
(C)pitying
(D)petty

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答案:A
難度:適中
1F
Ching Pei Hsu 國一下 (2015/03/22)     0    
(A)pitiful 可憐的
(B)pity 憐憫
(C)pitying 
(D)petty 瑣碎的;詳細的
The other day, my friend Jane was invited to a 40th birthday party. The time printed on the invitation was 7.30pm. Jane went off with her husband, expecting a merry evening of wine, food, and song.
    By 9.45, everybody was having great fun, but no food had appeared. Jane and David were restless. Other guests began whispering that they, too, were starving. But no one wanted to leave, just in case some food was about to appear. By 11.00, there was still no food, and everyone was completely off their heads. Jane and David left hungry and angry.
    Their experience suggests that the words an the printed invitations need to be made clearer. Everyone reads and understands the invitations differently. Most of us would agree that 6.30 -8.30pm means drinks only, go out to dinner afterwards; 8.00pm or 8.30pm means possible dinner, but 9.30pm and any time thereafter means no food, oat beforehand, roll up late.
    But this is not always the case. If asked to a students' party at 6.30pm, it is normal for guests not to appear before midnight, if at all, and no one cares. Being the first to arrive - looking eager - is social death. When my mother is asked to a party for 6.30, she likes to be them, if not on lime, then no later than seven. My age group (late thirties) falls somewhere between the two, but because we still think we're  young, we're probably closer to student-time than grown-up time.
The accepted custom at present is confusing (混乱的), sometimes annoying, and it often means you may go home hungry, but it does lend every party that precious element (成分) of surprise.

【題組】69. Jane and David' s story is used to show that______ .
(A) petty-goer8 usually get hungry at parties
(B) party invitations can be confusing
(C) people should ask for food at parties
(D) birthday parties for middle-aged people are dull

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答案:B
難度:適中
The other day, my friend Jane was invited to a 40th birthday party. The time printed on the invitation was 7.30pm. Jane went off with her husband, expecting a merry evening of wine, food, and song.
    By 9.45, everybody was having great fun, but no food had appeared. Jane and David were restless. Other guests began whispering that they, too, were starving. But no one wanted to leave, just in case some food was about to appear. By 11.00, there was still no food, and everyone was completely off their heads. Jane and David left hungry and angry.
    Their experience suggests that the words an the printed invitations need to be made clearer. Everyone reads and understands the invitations differently. Most of us would agree that 6.30 -8.30pm means drinks only, go out to dinner afterwards; 8.00pm or 8.30pm means possible dinner, but 9.30pm and any time thereafter means no food, oat beforehand, roll up late.
    But this is not always the case. If asked to a students' party at 6.30pm, it is normal for guests not to appear before midnight, if at all, and no one cares. Being the first to arrive - looking eager - is social death. When my mother is asked to a party for 6.30, she likes to be them, if not on lime, then no later than seven. My age group (late thirties) falls somewhere between the two, but because we still think we're  young, we're probably closer to student-time than grown-up time.
The accepted custom at present is confusing (混乱的), sometimes annoying, and it often means you may go home hungry, but it does lend every party that precious element (成分) of surprise.

【題組】69. Jane and David' s story is used to show that______ .
(A) petty-goer8 usually get hungry at parties
(B) party invitations can be confusing
(C) people should ask for food at parties
(D) birthday parties for middle-aged people are dull

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答案:B
難度:適中