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31 The kids ate their lunch ______and rushed out to play soccer.
(A) on occasion
(B) by and large
(C) little by little
(D) in no time
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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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5. The photographer published a photo on his personal blog and was surprised to discover three years ago that it had been shared among Facebook users as a photo of “abandoned orphans”, with some people even weaving ____ tales about the kids, liketheir mother had died and their father left them”.
(A) hilarious
(B) negotiable
(C) reliable
(D) intricate
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答案:D
難度:適中
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Sophia Su 高二下 (2015/05/23 10:38)
hilarious: 令人捧腹大笑, 喜不自禁; 比較: hazardous - 危險的
intricate: 錯綜複雜, 難理解的; 比較: extricate- 脫困, 脫身

16. “It was all his own idea,” says Pat, the wife of California high school football coach Bob Peters. Bob had 36 made a “motherhood contract(合同)”—declaring that for 70 days this summer he would 37 the care of their four children and all the housework. 38 he didn’t even know how to make coffee when he sighed, he was very confident. After40 of the 70 days, he was ready to 39 . “ I was beaten down, “ admits Bob. “Not only is motherhood a 40 task, it is an impossible job for any normal human being.” Bob and Pat were married in 1991. After the married, Pat 41 a secretary to help put him through university. 42 Bob has been the football coach while Pat raised the kids. 43 two years ago Pat went back to work. “ I had been 44 children so much,” she 45 , “I couldn’t talk to a grown-up.” She continued to run the household, 46 -- until Bob sighed the contract. Bob tried hard to learn cooking, but the meals he prepared were 47 . For the last three weeks, the family 48 a lot--- sometimes having MacDonald’s hamburgers for lunch and dinner. 49 housekeeping, a home economics teacher had told Bob that a room always looks clean 50 the bed is made. “ I found 51 –I shut the doors,” he says. Soon the kids were wearing their shirts inside out. “When we went to 52 Pat at work, I made them wear their shirts 53 side out so they would look clean.” Now that Bob has publicly 54 he was wrong, he is 55 the child-raising and household tasks with Pat.
(A) only
(B) just
(C) nearly
(D) ever
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答案:B
難度:適中
請依下文回答第 14 題至第 17 題: During my high school years my best friend was Susan Miller, a girl who had lived down the street from me all her life. We knew each other well and had many interests in common. One way in which we were different, however, was in our shopping habits. When I shopped, I always knew what I wanted, got it quickly, and left. For Susan, shopping was a game. She spent all day at it: examining, comparing, and finally, if conditions were right, buying. All too often I have spent hours waiting for her to make up her mind. In fact, my longestshopathon” was on a Christmas Eve when Susan and I went to pick up a few last-minute gifts. She wanted a fit for her father, and I had to get something for my youngest sister, Sara. We started at 9:00 A.M., and by 10:15 I had bought Sara her gift, a toy Dalmatian. Then I just trudged around the mall after Susan. By one o’clock she still had not made a purchase, and the mall was becoming human gridlock. Finally feeling some compassion, Susan bought herself and me each a slice of pizza. We had to eat standing up; the tables were all filled. Then, walking and walking through endless stores, we continued shopping. She examined shirts, scarves, ties, knickknacks. Her response to every possibility was negative: her father had it, he wouldn’t like it, this was too expensive, and that was too cheap. Nothing seemed right for Susan’s father. Finally, fifteen minutes before the mall was scheduled to close, she came out of a store in triumph. “I got it!”she said. I looked up from where I was sitting on a bench, rubbing my swollen feet. “What?” I asked weakly. She held up a piece of paper. “A gift certificate!”she exclaimed. “With this my father can get whatever he wants.”
【題組】16 According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
(A) They enjoyed greatly the delicious steak for lunch as a lot of other shoppers did.
(B) There were so many people; they could not find a table, and they ate in a rush.
(C) They had a large meal: their table was full with nice food.
(D) Because there were huge crowds in the shopping mall, their food was not served until one o’clock.
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答案:B
難度:適中
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Yang Kingfish 高一下 (2015/07/22 11:32)
考選部答案B
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【站僕】摩檸Morning 大三上 (2015/08/03 14:24)
原本答案為C,修改為B
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Kowtowdrummer 幼稚園下 (2016/05/20 20:30)
正解: 全錯
b選項說的in a rush是哪隻眼睛看到或推敲的?因為人多人擠就要吃很趕嗎?就算一般狀況是這樣,也不應以此當論證

看這答案選項就知道出題人真的沒程度
C Poet William Stafford once said that we are defined more by the detours(绕行路)in life that by the narrow road toward goals.I like this image.But I as quite by accident that I discovered the deep meaning of his words. For years we made the long drive from our home in Seattle to my parentshome in Boise in nine hours.We traveled the way most people do:the fastest,shortest easiest road,especially when ai was alone with four noisy,restless kids who hates confinement(限制)and have strong opinions about everything. Road trips felt risky,so I would drive fast,stopping only when I had to.We would stick to the freeways and arrive tired. But then Banner,our lamb was born.He was rejected by his mama days before our planned trip to Boise.I had two choices:leave Banner with my husband,or take him with me.My husband made the decision for me. That is how I found my self on the road with four kids,a baby lamb and nothing but my everlasting optimism to see me through.We took the country roads out of necessity.We had to stop every hour,let Banner shke out his legs and feed him.The kids chased him and one another.They’d get back in the car breathless and energized,smelling fresh from the cold air. We explored side roads,catching grasshoppers in waist-high grass.Even if we simply looked out of the car windows at baby pigs following their mother,or fish leaping outof the water,it was better than the best ride down the freeway. Here was life.And new horizons(见识). We eventually arrived at my parentsdoorstep astonishingly fresh and full of stories I grew brave with the trip back home and creative with my disciplining technique.On an empty section of road,everyone started quarreling.I stopped the car,ordered all kids out and told them to meet me up ahead.I parked my car half a mile away and read my book in sweet silence. Some road trips are by necessity fast and straight.But that trip with Banner opened our eyes to a world available to anyon adventurous enough to wander around and made me realize that a detour may uncover the best part of a journey----and the best part of yourself.
【題組】50.What could be the best title for the passage?   
(A)Charm of the Detour   
(B)The Road to Bravery   
(C)Creativity out of Necessity   
(D)Road trip and Country Life D When asked about happiness,we usually think of something extraordinary, an absolute delight,which seems to get rarer the older we get. For kids,happiness has a magical quality.Their delight at winning a race or getting a new bike is unreserved(毫不掩饰的). In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes.Suddenly it’s conditional on such things as excitement,love and popularity.I can still recall the excitement of being invited to dance with the most attractive boy at the school party. In adulthood the things that bring deep joy----love,marriage,birth----also bring responsibility and the risk of loss.For adults,happiness is complicated(复杂的) My definition fo happiness is “the capacity for enjoyment”.The more we can enjoy what we have,the happier we are.It’s easy to overlook the pleasure we get from the company of friends,the freedom to live where we please,and even goo health. I experienced my little moments of pleasure yesterday.First I was overjoyed when I shut the last lunch-box and had the house to myself.Then I spent an uninterrupted morning writing,which I love.When the kids and my husband came home,I enjoyed their noise after the quiet of the day. Psychologists tell us that to be happy we need a mix of enjoyable leisure time and satisfying work.I don’t think that my grandmother,who raised 14 children,had much of either.She did have a network of close friends and family,and maybe this is what satisfied her. We,however,with so many choices and such pressure to succeed in every area,have turned happiness into one more thing we’ve got to have.We’ve so self-conscious about our “right” to it that it’s making us miserable.So we chase it and equal it with wealth and success,without noticing that the people who have those things aren’t necessarily happier Happiness isn’t about what happens to us----it’s about how we see what happens to us.It’s the skillful way of finding a positive for every negative.It’s not wishing for what we don’t have,but enjoying what we do possess.
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答案:A
難度:適中
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chennien99 (2014/09/28 21:08)
通读全文可知,作者的用意是告诉我们绕路的迷人处,也许我们会有很不同的感受。故选(A)