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The Internet has had such a tremendous___on our lives that it has changed the way we work and the way we communicate.
(A) occurrence
(B) sequence
(C) impact
(D) procedure
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答案:C
難度:簡單
1F
Wen Xuan Xie 大二上 (2012/12/10 22:47)
網際網路已對我們的生活產生如此巨大的衝擊以致於我們的工作與溝通的方式隨之而改變.

A.發生
B.序列
C.碰撞 衝擊 影響
D.過程
2F
國二上 (2013/06/07 21:09)
tremendous   [trɪˋmɛndəs] (adj) 巨大的, 極大的
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      There are many ways in which the Internet has changed our everyday lives. With it, we can keep in touch with friends and relatives in distant (遙遠的) places, and find out the latest news as it happens. Perhaps most importantly, the Internet has quietly saved us a lot of time in a variety of ways
      First, imagine you are talking with friends one evening, and you disagree about some matter. In the past, you might have spent hours in a library or bookstore trying to find the right answer to this question. However, after five minutes searching on the Internet, you’re sure to have it. 
     Or, perhaps you’re too busy to go to the grocery (雜貨) storemaybe you’re sick at home with no food in the refrigerator. You can simply order some online, and someone will deliver them to you. This can save you a lot of time during a busy day, and it can allow you to stay at home, where you are warm and comfortable, when you are sick.
     Last, maybe you want to go on vacation, but you don’t know where to go. With the Internet, you can pick a place, check out hotels, and then book a plane ticket easily. The Internet makes it possible to decide to go on vacation one evening and then leave the next morning with everything already arranged. Think how much extra time you save that way, which you can then use when you go on vacation!
     It’s clear how, in many different ways, using the Internet can make your life much more efficient.But rememberthat’s only if you use it responsibly. If you spend too much time playing online games, downloading songs or movies, or chatting in chat rooms, you might find that the Internet has a rather different quiet effect on your life: instead of having more time to use, you’ll actually have no time left for anything else at all.

【題組】 56. What is the article mainly about?
(A) The bad influences that the Internet has had on our daily lives.
(B) The development of online shopping.
(C) The advantages of using search engines.
(D) The time efficiency that the Internet has brought to our lives.
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答案:D
難度:非常困難
English Language Teaching (ELT) has been with us for many years and its significance continues to grow, fuelled, partially at least, by the Internet. Graddol's study (2000) suggests that there were about a billion English learners in the year 2000 - but a decade later, the numbers will have doubled. The forecast points to a surge in English learning, which could peak in 2010. The same study indicates that over 80% of information stored on the Internet is in English. For the first time in history there are more non-native than native users of the language and diversity of context in terms of learners' age, nationality, learning background etcetera has become a defining characteristic of ELT today. What does this imply? Technological innovations have gone hand-in-hand with the growth of English and are changing the way in which we communicate, work, trade, entertain and learn. And it is non-native users of English, frequently from Asian countries, who are arguably, at the heart of this. It is fair to assert that the growth of the Internet has facilitated the growth of the English language and that this has occurred at a time when computers are no longer the exclusive domain of the dedicated few, but rather widely available to many. Warchauer (2002) has discussed this change in terms of conflicts between local identities and the globalization of the English language; while others have suggested that the Internet may be a contributory factor in shifting away from a communicative towards a context-based approach to language teaching pedagogy. The notion of widespread availability requires some qualification as there are clearly important issues of a 'digital divide' and 'electronic literacy'. This issue is frequently presented as being between nations and it is clearly the case that the most powerful economies dominate Internet activity; but such a perspective explains unequal power relations purely from the influence of external factors and the picture is surely more complex than this. The same type of economic power relations also exist within nations, and divisions of social classes within are equally important here. In short, it is the middle and upper classes in virtually every country who have much greater access to computers, it is the Asian countries which are experiencing massive growth as their economies develop and change. Change of this magnitude clearly raises a number of issues for ELT and, it is argued, necessitates a revision of traditional definitions of what constitutes the English language as well as a move away from the established EFL/ESL classifications and towards a less culturally loaded view of English as a global or international language (EGL/EIL). This in turn has implications for language pedagogy and approaches to syllabus design.
【題組】50. What is implied about technology according to the reading passage?
(A)Technology has changed how we communicate and learn globally.
(B)Non-native speakers of English prefer using internet for global communication.
(C)Growth of the Internet has facilitated the growth of the English language.
(D)Computers are no longer the exclusive tool for global communication through internet.
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答案:A
難度:困難
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The Internet has ______ newspapers as a medium of mass communication. It has become the main source for national and international news for people.
(A) reformed
(B) surpassed
(C) promoted
(D) convinced
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答案:B
難度:適中
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Hsien-jou Yang 國三上 (2013/09/19 01:56)
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English Language Teaching (ELT) has been with us for many years and its significance continues to grow, fuelled, partially at
least, by the Internet. Graddol's study (2000) suggests that there were about a billion English learners in the year 2000 - but a 
decade later, the numbers will have doubled. The forecast points to a surge in English learning, which could peak in 2010. The 
same study indicates that over 80% of information stored on the Internet is in English. For the first time in history there are 
more non-native than native users of the language and diversity of context in terms of learners' age, nationality, learning 
background etcetera has become a defining characteristic of ELT today. What does this imply? Technological innovations have 
gone hand-in-hand with the growth of English and are changing the way in which we communicate, work, trade, entertain and 
learn. And it is non-native users of English, frequently from Asian countries, who are arguably, at the heart of this. It is fair to 
assert that the growth of the Internet has facilitated the growth of the English language and that this has occurred at a time when 
computers are no longer the exclusive domain of the dedicated few, but rather widely available to many. Warchauer (2002) has 
discussed this change in terms of conflicts between local identities and the globalization of the English language; while others 
have suggested that the Internet may be a contributory factor in shifting away from a communicative towards a context-based 
approach to language teaching pedagogy. The notion of widespread availability requires some qualification as there are clearly 
important issues of a 'digital divide' and 'electronic literacy'. This issue is frequently presented as being between nations  and it is 
clearly the case that the most powerful economies dominate Internet activity; but such a perspective explains unequal power 
relations purely from the influence of external factors and the picture is surely more complex than this. The same type of 
economic power relations also exist within nations, and divisions of social classes within are equally important here. In short, it 
is the middle and upper classes in virtually every country who have much greater access to computers, it is the Asian countri es 
which are experiencing massive growth as their economies develop and change. Change of this magnitude clearly raises
number of issues for ELT and, it is argued, necessitates a revision of traditional definitions of what constitutes the English 
language as well as a move away from the established EFL/ESL classifications and towards a less culturally loaded view of 
English as a global or international language (EGL/EIL). This in turn has implications for language pedagogy and approaches 
to syllabus design.

【題組】50. What is implied about technology according to the reading passage?
(A)Technology has changed how we communicate and learn globally.
(B)Non-native speakers of English prefer using internet for global communication.
(C)Growth of the Internet has facilitated the growth of the English language.
(D)Computers are no longer the exclusive tool for global communication through internet.
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答案:A
難度:適中
10
 摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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