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  • 托福詞彙記憶:不同時期側重點不同 65 by 我愛阿摩,阿摩愛我
    對於備考TOFEL或GRE的考生來說,首先最大的挑戰和最大的難點可能就是對單詞的快速記憶和保持所背..
    Two minus two is _______.
    (A) zoo
    (B) soul
    (C) zero
    (D) zeal

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    答案:C
    難度:非常簡單
    7. The malicious incrimination _____ her zeal for her job and undermined her confidence in herself.
    (A) insinuated
    (B) obliterated
    (C) unfettered
    (D) presaged

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    答案:B
    難度:適中
    1F
    Jessie Ho 小六下 (2015/06/19)     4    
    obliterated  消滅
    2F
    Joyce Wen 國二下 (2015/06/23)     3    

    insinuate 使逐漸而巧妙地取得;暗示;暗指

    unfetter 解脫;使自由;釋放

    presage預示,預兆[(+of)]

    26. The journalist has a fanatical ___________ for her job. To obtain first-hand information for the war, she would risk her life.
    (A) bout
    (B) doom
    (C) fret
    (D) zeal

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    答案:D
    難度:困難
    1F
    sakura1n530 小二下 (2015/07/26)     5    
    fanatical a. 狂熱的
    zeal n.  熱誠
    fret v. 苦惱
    2F
    smile5210 高二上 (2016/08/18)     2    
    doom--n.厄運,毀滅,死亡
    bout --n. (拳擊等的)比賽,較量,(病)發作
    Although European decisions during the 16th and 17th centuries to explore, trade with, and colonize large portions of the world brought tremendous economic wealth and vast geographic influence, the enormous success of European maritime ventures during the age of exploration also engendered a litany of unintended consequences for most of the nations with which Europe interacted. Due to their incredible military force, religious zeal, and uncompromising goal of profit, Europeans often imposed their traditions, values, and customs on the people with whom they traded. They frequently acted without regard to the long-term welfare of others as their principal concern was short-term economic gain. Since many nations that traded with Europe placed high value on their historical customs, some natives became deeply disconcerted by the changes that occurred as a result of European power. These factors, coupled with perennial domestic political instability, caused numerous countries to grow increasingly resistant to European influence. One potent example of this ideological shift can be seen in the actions of the Tokugawa government of Japan. In its Seclusion Edict of 1636, the government attempted to extricate cultural interactions with Europe from the intimate fabric of Japanese society. The Edict attempted to accomplish this by focusing on three areas. First, it sought to curb cultural exchange by eliminating people bringing European ideas into Japan. The Edict stated, “Japanese ships shall by no means be sent abroad….All Japanese residing abroad shall be put to death when they return home.” Second, the Edict focused on limiting trade. Articles 11 through 17 of the Edict imposed stringent regulations on trade and commerce. Third, the government banned Christianity, which it saw as an import from Europe that challenged the long-established and well-enshrined religious traditions of Japan. The government went to considerable lengths to protect its culture. Article 8 of the Edict stated, “Even ships shall not be left untouched in the matter of exterminating Christians.” With the example of Japan and the examples of other countries that chose a different response to European influence, it is perhaps not too far of a stretch to conclude that Japan made the right decision in pursuing a path of relative isolationism. As history unfolded during the next 400 years, in general, countries that embraced European hegemony, whether by choice or by force, tended to suffer from pernicious wealth inequality, perennial political instability, and protracted underdevelopment.
    【題組】50. Which of the following best characterizes the most significant motivation for Europe’s behavior with Japan during the 17th century?
    (A) Religious zeal
    (B) Short-term economic self-interest
    (C) Cultural imperialism
    (D) Territorial aggrandizement

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    答案:B
    難度:困難

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     【站僕】摩檸Morning:有沒有達人來解釋一下?
    倒數 3天 ,已有 0 則答案


    14. His political zeal prevented us from having a quiet discussion.
    (A) eagerness
    (B) sensitivity
    (C) sympathy
    (D) attitude

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    答案:A
    難度:困難
    1F
    一百塊 高一上 (2016/11/04)     0    
    zeal = eagerness (熱情) 答案應為A
    2F
    【站僕】摩檸Morning 小一下 (2016/11/04)     0    
    原本答案為D,修改為A