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___ cannot both be a noun and a verb.
(A) Measure
(B) Preview
(C) Strike
(D) Reside
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答案:D
難度:適中
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Lisa Ting 國三上 (2013/05/18)

居住

(vi)live=reside=dwell in/at

(vt)inhabit=occupy

 

IV. 閱讀測驗:16%,每題 2 分 WHEN Doug Hollan arrived on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi for his anthropology dissertation fieldwork in a rice farming village, his Toraja neighbors wanted to take turns sleeping with him and his wife. The rural Toraja almost never sleep alone. They sleep in wood frame houses with little furniture and flimsy room dividers, and they sleep on the floor together in groups, sharing blankets and huddling close for warmth. And so the Toraja have “punctuated” sleep. They wake often as others turn and get up in the night, or when a child calls out or another adult can’t sleep and starts to chat. Mr. Hollan never heard anyone complain about this. Many years after he returned from Toraja, Mr. Hollan became a psychotherapist and opened a practice in Los Angeles. Most of his clients have voiced discomfort, at some point or another, with their sleep. They do so even though they have what you might imagine would be the perfect conditions to sleep soundly. They have private darkened rooms that they share with at most one person and, often, expensively manufactured beds that minimize disturbance to the other person when one gets up in the night. His clients want to make sure they get seven or eight hours of continuous sleep, and when they try to sleep but they can’t, they get upset. They are not alone. The National Sleep Foundation reports that more than one in five Americans has difficulty falling asleep almost every night, and a 2013 Centers for Disease 第 5 頁/共 8 頁 Control and Prevention study found that about 4 percent of adults in the United States had taken a prescription sleeping pill in the previous month. This obsession with eight hours of continuous sleep is largely a creation of the electrified age. Back when night fell for, on average, half of each 24 hours, people slept in phases. In “At Day’s Close,” a remarkable history of night in the early modern West, Roger Ekirch writes that people fell asleep not long after dark for the “first sleep.” Then they awoke, somnolent but not asleep, often around midnight, when for a few hours they talked, read, prayed, had sex, brewed beer or burgled. Then they went back to sleep for a shorter period. Mr. Ekirch concludes, “There is every reason to believe that segmented sleep, such as many wild animals exhibit, had long been the natural pattern of our slumber before the modern age, with a provenance as old as humankind.” In traditional non-Western societies like the Toraja, what happens at night really matters. People pay close attention to their dreams, and because they are awakened more often, they have more opportunity to remember them. “Thanks to these continuous disruptions,” he writes, “dreams spill into wakefulness and wakefulness into dreams in a way that entangles them both.”
【題組】40. What can be inferred from the article?
(A) Toraja is a remote area where foreign visitors love to choose as their tourist destination.
(B) Doug Hollan has years of experience in assisting patients to overcome insomnia.
(C) Patients who come to Mr. Hollan are likely to reside in ghettos.
(D) Insomnia often leads to fatigue for modern-day people.
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答案:B
難度:適中
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Sharon Hu 國二上 (2014/10/29)
Many years after he returned from Toraja, Mr. Hollan became a psychotherapist and opened a practice in Los Angeles. Most of his clients have voiced discomfort, at some point or another, with their sleep.
20Speakers of any dialect of English who reside for a long periods of time in a region where a different dialect is spoken normally converge themselves to the speech; upon returning to their home region, they converge back to their native dialect. This is called _________.
(A)speech accommodation
(B)cooperative principles
(C)language shifting
(D)code switching
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答案:A
難度:困難
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佐佐 國二上 (2017/03/28)

In linguisticsaccommodation is the process by which participants in a conversationadjust their accentdiction, or other aspects of language according to the speech style of the other participant. Also called linguistic accommodationspeech accommodation, and communication accommodation.

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暄暄 幼稚園下 (2017/06/02)

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暄暄 幼稚園下 (2017/06/02)
(A)speech accommodation 語言調適
n(B)cooperative principles 合作原則
n(C)language shifting 語言更替
n(D)code switching語言碼置換
nAIn linguistics, accommodation is the process by which participants in a conversation adjust their accent, diction, or other aspects of language according to the speech style of the other participant. Also called linguistic accommodation, speech accommodation, and communication accommodation.
n语言更替 (Language shift)是指个人或社区原来习惯使用的语言被另一种语言所替代。这种替代 常发生在属于少数民族的移民身上,其过程一般在三代人内完成  How many times do ...
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James Bond is a fictional character created by British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in 1953. Fleming wrote twelve Bond novels and two short story collections before his death. There have been six other authors who wrote 6 Bond novels after Fleming’s death in 1964. The Bond character is a Secret Service agent, code number 007, 7 in London but active internationally. Bond was a 8 character who was based on a number of soldiers whom Fleming knew 9 his service in the Naval Intelligence Division from 1939 to 1945. Bond’s name was taken from American ornithologist(someone who studies birds)James Bond. Bond has a number of character 10 which run throughout the novels, including an enjoyment of cars, a love of food and drink, and an average intake of sixty custom-made cigarettes a day.
【題組】7.
(A) reside
(B) resides
(C) resided
(D) residing
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答案:D
難度:適中

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2 v. to occupy; to live in; to dwell in; to reside in; to populate
(A) phone
(B) exit
(C) inhabit
(D) edge
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答案:C
難度:簡單