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      14 社區心理學家對於心理疾患的處遇態度,更傾向於重視下列何者?
      (A) 治癒(cure)
      (B) 決定心理病因(determine the etiology)
      (C) 預防(prevention)
      (D) 重新界定(redefine)問題

      請依下文回答第 38 題至第 42 題 There’s no question that taking care of the elderly and frail will incur huge costs, stretching already overburdened pension and health-care systems. But with people living longer and continuing to contribute productively to society, we need to recalibrate just what we mean by old. In Japan, for instance, more than a quarter of the population is currently at the age of 60 or older, a figure that’s set to reach 42% by 2050. However, many of these folks are hardly sitting idly at home. One in three Japanese aged 60 or over is still part of the labor force. Keeping older folks employed is particularly important because by mid-century, says the UN, the world will have more elderly people than children. By 2050, nearly a third of the developed world’s labor force will be aged 50 or older. Many elderly are spending more, too. While a good chunk of their savings will be needed to fund longer retirements and higher health payments, older people have considerable purchasing power. Britons over 50 years of age, for instance, control 75% of the country’s wealth. Businesses catering to a so-called silver economy are booming, offering everything from elderly-friendly housing to trips for retiree globetrotters. With the older generation controlling so much of the world’s money, it’s hardly fair to dismiss senior citizens as an inevitable burden on society. “Many Japanese are living so long, it’s like they’ve been given second lives,” says Toshiko Katayose, editor of a Tokyo magazine. “They’re doing everything with energy: working, turning kimonos into cool patchwork designs; even doing math drills to keep mentally fit. ”
      【題組】41 What does the word “recalibrate” in the first paragraph mean?
      (A) Restart
      (B) Reapply
      (C) Redefine
      (D) Review

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      答案:C
      難度:適中
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      106-警察.上榜了 大二上 (2017/04/19)     10    
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      請依下文回答第 38 題至第 42 題 There’s no question that taking care of the elderly and frail will incur huge costs, stretching already overburdened pension and health-care systems. But with people living longer and continuing to contribute productively to society, we need to recalibrate just what we mean by old. In Japan, for instance, more than a quarter of the population is currently at the age of 60 or older, a figure that’s set to reach 42% by 2050. However, many of these folks are hardly sitting idly at home. One in three Japanese aged 60 or over is still part of the labor force. Keeping older folks employed is particularly important because by mid-century, says the UN, the world will have more elderly people than children. By 2050, nearly a third of the developed world’s labor force will be aged 50 or older. Many elderly are spending more, too. While a good chunk of their savings will be needed to fund longer retirements and higher health payments, older people have considerable purchasing power. Britons over 50 years of age, for instance, control 75% of the country’s wealth. Businesses catering to a so-called silver economy are booming, offering everything from elderly-friendly housing to trips for retiree globetrotters. With the older generation controlling so much of the world’s money, it’s hardly fair to dismiss senior citizens as an inevitable burden on society. “Many Japanese are living so long, it’s like they’ve been given second lives,” says Toshiko Katayose, editor of a Tokyo magazine. “They’re doing everything with energy: working, turning kimonos into cool patchwork designs; even doing math drills to keep mentally fit. ”
      【題組】41 What does the word “recalibrate” in the first paragraph mean?
      (A) Restart
      (B) Reapply
      (C) Redefine
      (D) Review

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      答案:C
      難度:適中
      2F
      信穎吳 大一上 (2016/11/17)     -1    

      特技人是_____從頸部下來,因為他的表現中的一個意外。 (A)分析 (B)麻痺 (C)並聯 (D)禁止

      3F
      信穎吳 大一上 (2016/11/17)     0    

      A)重新啟動 (B)重新應用 (C)重新定義 (D)審查

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      珞歆茜 高二上 (2017/05/24)     0    

      跑到憲法來了...

      Error Correction: Identify the underlined word(s) or phrase that should be corrected or rewritten. Questions 31-35 31.Men are 【( A )airing】 their frustration with the limited roles they face today, 【( B )compared with】 the multiple options that women seem 【( C )to win】, so they are groping to redefine themselves 【( D )on their own terms】.
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      答案:C
      難度:非常困難
      3F
      Viiny 高一下 (2016/06/06)     4    
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      答案是"C"才對
      4F
      【站僕】摩檸Morning 小一下 (2016/06/10)     0    
      原本答案為D,修改為C
      5F
      祝大家順利上榜! 國二上 (2016/06/18)     2    
      請問這題答案是哪一個?1111教甄網給的是D,還有,請問C為什麼要改成to have won,不太懂?
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      (C) Challenging one’s limits, working up a sweat, changing one’s routine – these are all trends now taking Taiwan by storm. Running stands out as the most obvious example. Ten years ago, there were fewer than 100 road races but there were 512 last year, according to the new sports media outlet “Running Biji.” Though the 2016 number was slightly down from the previous year, an average of roughly 10 races were still held per week. 
      Vivid Lo, insight research director at Dentsu Aegis Network, says consumers’ growing emphasis on their own mental and emotional well-being has opened the door to many commercial opportunities. As with running, painting, flower arranging, or DIY experiences all offer people the chance to embrace life and reduce their stress levels, she observes. 
       The global Vegan movement craze has also caught fire in Taiwan, with people not only eating vegetarian but opting for clothes, cosmetics, or other items that do not harm animals. Twenty-eight-year-old blogger Bluesomeone is one of the Vegan faithful. “If everybody has a little more empathy for others and makes a small contribution to the world, happiness will be sustained for a long time,” she insists. She has extended her support to products and services that embrace fair trade and eco-friendly practices, believing that achieving a balance between people and the environment is a form of “well-being.” 
      This pursuit of a healthy body, mind, and spirit has emerged as a “new treasure” in which many consumers are now willing to invest considerable time and money and a “new gold mine” for companies. 
      The catchphrase embodying then new phenomenon, “Wellness is the new luxury,” has been highlighted in Forbes, Vogue, and the New Yorker, reflecting how the world has redefined what it means to be precious. 
      “In principle, health is something basic,” says Wei-gong Liou, a sociology professor at Soochow University and an expert on the sociology of consumption. But at a time when the world seems on the verge of collapse, afflicted with food safety scandals, the threat of lifestyle diseases, and climate and ecological change, “human health has turned into something precious and elusive.” 
      “Wellness as the new luxury” has also created a lucrative commercial niche. In its report on the Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2017, market research firm Euromonitor International said that as “material things” have paled as indicators of achievement, wellness has become the new status symbol in the eyes of many consumers.
       “Healthy living is becoming a status symbol, as more consumers opt to flaunt their passion for wellness through paying for boutique fitness sessions, “athleisure” clothing, food with health-giving properties, and upscale health and wellness holidays,” the report said. 
      International accounting firm Pricewaterhouse Coopers said the global wellness and fitness market was worth nearly US$1.49 trillion (about NT$45 trillion) in 2015, while Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs has estimated that the revenues of the domestic health and wellness services sector will double to NT$281.9 billion by 2025.

      【題組】79. What can be inferred from the passage?
      (A) There are more road races held in 2015 than 2016.
      (B) The world will redefine preciousness in ten years.
      (C) Selling food with health-giving properties is a profitless business.
      (D) People in Taiwan do not believe in veganism.

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      答案:A
      難度:困難
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      必勝客 高二上 (2017/06/07)     10    
      health-giving     增進★★★........


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