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搜尋:thrilling

He was an effective story-teller, and his account of adventures among savage tribesmen _______ thrilling to both Joey and me.
(A) were
(B) was
(C) being
(D) to be

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答案:B
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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25. He was an effective story-teller, and his account of adventures among savage tribesmen _______ thrilling to both Joey and me.
(A) were
(B) was
(C) being
(D) to be

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答案:B
難度:簡單

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 【站僕】摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
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It is widely known that bungee jumping is one of the most thrilling forms of ___.
(A) nutrition
(B) exaggeration
(C) recreation
(D) ambition

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答案:C
難度:適中
最佳解!
王莉芬 高一下 (2012/05/02)     11    
recreation 消遣; 娛樂, .....觀看完整全文,請先登入
3F
Rhett Yao 小五上 (2012/07/05)     7    
exaggeration  誇張, 誇大
4F
simonlinhhh 高三下 (2015/07/14)     0    
bungee jumping 高空彈跳前要先綁緊
5F
莉莉莎 小二上 (2016/07/09)     0    
Nutrition營養
26. As a pitcher, his super play ________ the team to a thrilling 5-0 win.
(A) insulted
(B) inspired
(C) inspected
(D) insisted

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答案:B
難度:適中
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Ainge Nien 國一下 (2012/07/19)     68    
A.insult 羞辱B.inspire 產生,.....看完整詳解
6F
葉子 高一上 (2016/08/29)     25    
1. consult 商量;請教 
2. insult 辱罵 
3. result 發生;產生
7F
葉子 高一上 (2016/08/31)     45    
1.resist 反抗
2.assist 協助
3.consist 組成
4.insist 堅持 
5.persist 持續
8F
阿凱 大三上 (2018/02/25)     6    

(A) insulted 侮辱,羞辱
(B) inspired 鼓舞,激勵,驅使
(C) inspected 檢查;審查
(D) insisted 
堅持

Each summer, no matter how pressing my work schedule, I take off one day exclusively for my son. We call it dad-son day. This year our third stop was the amusement park, where he discovered that he was tall enough to ride one of the fastest roller coasters(过山车) in the world. We blasted through face-stretching turns and loops for ninety seconds. Then, as we stepped off the ride, he shrugged and, in a distressingly calm voice, remarked that it was not as exciting as other rides he’d been on. As I listened, I began to sense something seriously out of balance. Throughout the season, I noticed similar events all around me. Parents seemed hard pressed to find new thrills for indifferent kids. Surrounded by ever-greater stimulation, their young faces wore looking disappointed and bored. Facing their children’s complaints of “nothing to do”. Parents were shelling out large numbers of dollars for various forms of entertainment. In many cases the money seemed to do little more than buy transient relief from the terrible moans of their bored children. This set me pondering the obvious question: “How can it be so hard for kids to find something to do when there’s never been such a range of stimulating entertainment available to them?” Why do children immersed in this much excitement seem starved for more? That was, I realized, the point. I discovered during my own reckless adolescence that what creates excitement is not going fast, but going faster. Thrills have less to do with speed than changes in speed. I’m concerned about the cumulative effect of years at these levels of feverish activity. It is no mystery to me why many teenagers appear apathetic (麻木的) and burned out, with a “been there, done that” air of indifference toward much of life. As increasing numbers of friends’ children are prescribed medications-stimulants to deal with inattentiveness at school or anti-depressants to help with the loss of interest and joy in their lives-l question the role of kids boredom in some of the diagnoses. My own work is focused on the chemical imbalances and biological factors related to behavioral and emotional disorders. These are complex problems. Yet I’ve been reflecting more and more on how the pace of life and the intensity of stimulation may be contributing to the rising rates of psychiatric problems among children and adolescents in our society.
【題組】23. From his own experience. the author came to the conclusion that children seem to expect ________.
(A) a much wider variety of sports facilities
(B) activities that require sophisticated
(C) ever-changing thrilling forms of recreation
(D) physical exercises that are more challenging

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答案:C
難度:適中