||考試時間：|| 07月24日第2 節
請將 1-50 題之答案以 2 B 鉛筆畫在英文答案卡上，每題兩分。
Reading Comprehension: Read the following article and choose the correct answer. 20%
- Choose one correct answer. 30%
- There are some interesting _________ to see in Taipei.
- The scientific proof is the _______ of all medical research.
- Information about colleague's monthly income is considered __________.
- I took the car to the mechanic to have it ________.
- Joe and Jane have been planning to attend the talk show, but they ____ have not had the chance.
- In order to start the car, _____ the key to the right.
- Henry left without _____ anything.
- _________ people will go to the baseball game.
(C)Three hundred of
- Noise pollution makes us ________ louder.
(D)having to talk
- _________ his assignments, he felt _____________.
(A)Finishing .. satisfying
(B)Finished .. satisfying
(C)Having finished .. satisfied
(D)Finish .. satisfied
- All of the motels in town have reasonable ____ for single rooms.
- Tokyo is _____________ city in Japan.
(A)a heavily industry
(B)an heavy industrial
(C)a heavily industrialized
(D)an industrially heavy
- American Airline was almost ______ by the strike.
- This updated system allows him to forecast the weather with greater ______.
- Mark: What would you like to have?
Jane: If there is no green tea, either coffee or ice water will be okay.
|(A)||Jane prefers to drink coffee.|
|(B)||Jane likes to drink ice water.|
|(C)||Jane likes to drink green tea best.|
|(D)||Jane will choose coffee, because she doesn't like green tea.|
- Each of the following sentences has four underlined words or phrases. The four underlined parts of the sentence are marked (A),(B),(C), and (D). Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct.30%
- National Science Council (A)promote (B)extensive research (C)projects in (D)various fields.
- (A)Alike her mother, Elizabeth is (B)an accomplished (C)dancer in (D)Russia.
- Wishes of nursing home (A)residents (B)are frequently not considered in the (C)planning of daily activities (D)nor visiting hours.
- John repeated that he (A)was undoubtably correct and (B)that we should (C)put our doubts (D)aside.
- The new (A)progress may (B)bring about a (C)revoluntary in (D)medical science.
- Visitors (A)who tour Singapore (B)often (C)comment on how clean (D)is it.
- (A)With the next (B)few months, they (C)hope (D)to arrange a joint venture with IBM.
- Not only (A)do public parks provide (B)greenery in the urban areas, (C)they also serve as (D)importantly recreation centers.
- If Kate (A)hasn't lost her purse, she (B)would (C)have bought the book (D)she needed.
- Peter (A)said that (B)the director (C)reprimanded him for (D)too slow working.
- One of the (A)most famous authors was Ernest Hemingway, (B)which works were (C)mostly (D)completed in his hometown.
- (A)About one marriage (B)on five (C)is fated to (D)end in a tragic divorce.
- Michael Jordan (A)made a name (B)for self (C)by being one of the most popular athletes (D)in the history of basketball.
- (A)Far too many owners of computer (B)stores have a hard time (C)find qualified technicians (D)to maintain their machines.
- Everyone (A)regrets that (B)neither the educational system nor the family (C)are coming up with a simple solution to (D)today's teenage problems.
- Choose the correct answer to complete the following paragraphs. 20%
To develop skills in reading English, read the essay 31 as quickly as you can without stopping to look 32 new words in the dictionary. 33 attention on the overall 34 of thought 35 interrupt it when you encounter a difficult word.
- (A)about (B)across (C)around (D)through
- (A)to (B)up (C)down (D)upon
- (A)Make (B)Pay (C)Take (D)Focus
- (A)progress (B)progression (C)procession (D)procedure
- (A)instead of (B)less than (C)rather than (D)except that
When we are 36 in satisfying a need or desire, we may 37 by putting to use skills and energies we might otherwise have neglected.
Someone with a slight physical defect, 38 , may undergo special training to compensate 39 it and so develop into a 40 athlete.
- (A)frustrate (B)frustrated (C)frustrating (D)frustration
- (A)echo (B)react (C)interact (D)assist
- (A)for example (B)in contrast (C)so that (D)even if
- (A)of (B)for (C)with (D)from
- (A)compete (B)consistent (C)competent (D)compar
Escaping a fire is a serious matter. Knowing what to do before a fire breaks out can save a life. For example, people should know the safety measures to take before opening a hall door during a fire. Also, make sure everyone knows how to unlock doors that may be in the escape path. At times, a key is needed to unlock a door from the inside. So, keep the key in the lock. Or, you can put the key on a key-ring and put it where it can be found easily.
If you live in an apartment, know the ways you can use to get out. Show everyone in the family these ways. Stress the importance of using stairways or fire escapes, not elevators.
From most homes and the lower floors of apartment buildings, escape through windows is possible. Learn the best way of leaving by a window with the least chance of serious injury.
In a home fire, windows are often the only way to escape. The second floor window sill is usually not more than 13 feet from the ground. An average person, hanging by the fingertips, will have a drop of about six feet to the ground. Often, a second floor window opens onto a porch roof or balcony. From there, it is possible to drop to the ground or await rescue. Dropping onto cement walks or pavement might end in injury. Bushes, soft earth and grass can help to break a fall. A rope ladder should be considered when the drop is too great.
Windows are also useful when you’re waiting for help. Often you’ll be able to stay in the room for several minutes if you keep the door closed and the window open. Keep your head low in the window to be sure you get fresh air rather than smoke that may have leaked into the room.
In a town where the fire department acts quickly, it may be best to wait for rescue. Close the doors and wait by an open window for help. Shout for help. Be sure to close the door before opening a window. Otherwise, smoke and fire may be drawn into the room by the draft.
- Which of the following should not be used when trying to escape a fire?
(A)Elevators. (B)Stairways. (C)Fire escapes. (D)All of the above.
- According to the article, from most homes you can escape a fire through the
(A)basement. (B)garage. (C)windows. (D)yard.
- How far from the ground is the second floor window sill?
(A)6 feet. (B)13 feet. (C)15 feet. (D)20 feet.
- The best second floor windows for escape are those which open onto
(A)an attic. (B)an elevator. (C)a balcony. (D)a hall door.
- Which of the following helps to break a fall from a second floor window?
(A)Cement. (B)Grass. (C)Pavement. (D)None of the above.
- This article tells us how to
(A)start a fire. (B)escape a fire. (C)put out a fire. (D)prevent a fire.
- This article indicates that windows are
|(B)||good escape routes.|
|(C)||often hard to open when fire occurs.|
|(D)||sure to be closed to escape a fire.|
- If you cannot get out of the room during a fire, it’s a good idea to
|(C)||wait at the door for help.|
|(D)||None of the above answers is correct.|
- We can see from this article that
|(A)||breathing in smoke might be harmful.|
|(B)||rope ladders should not be used in a fire.|
|(C)||youngsters often start most home fires.|
|(D)||All of the above answers are correct.|
- What is the main idea of this article?
|(A)||Firemen act quickly to save a life.|
|(B)||It is a good idea to shout for help.|
|(C)||It is a best way to drop onto the ground during a fire.|
|(D)||People should know what to do before a fire breaks out.|