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轉學考試英文 試題

I. Grammar

1. Ms. Yu has suggested _______ more reservation clerks.

A. hire B. hiring C. hired D. to hire

2. ______ we had checked the figures, the supervisor found a mistake.

A. Unless B. However C. Since D. Even though

3. ______ costs make profits smaller.

A. enlist B. listing C. Rising D. Raised

4. Each passenger’s name _______ with his or cabin number.

A. seals B. seal C. is listed D. is listing

5. Mr. Selvas delivered the _________bid to the client.

A. ascended B. seal C. sealing D. sealed

6. Salaries must be _______ if we are to remain competitive.

A. ascended B. increased C. escalated D. risen

7. If you _______ how to use a computer, consult the manual.

A. won’t understand B. don’t understand C. understood D. not

understanding

8. The Bangkok branch of our bank _________ ten years ago this month.

A. opens B. has C. opened D. was opening

9. Computer software is a ________ market.

A. competitor B. competitive C. competition D. competitiveness

10. Mr. Fong had the client _______ her questions in writing.

II. Reading: fill in the blanks with proper words

The __11__ bomb attack in Bali, October 2002, was cruel for Lucy Empson, a

European music __12__ manager in London. Lucy was among the __13__. Her

anxious co-workers hoped against hope that she would be found safe, that there was

some other reason why she didn’t answer her cell phone. Finally, on Oct. 15, the

fears were __14__. Many friends __15__ her funeral in the northwest London

suburb. Everybody who __16__ responded to her smile that __17__ rooms, her

__18__ positive attitude. Her co-workers recall Lucy’s __19__ for her work. Lucy’s

__20__ was “Move on-onward and upward!”

11. A. terror B. terrorist C. terrorism D. terrific

12. A. market B. marketing C. marketed D. marketable

13. A. missed B. misses C. missing D. miss

14. A. confirmed B. confused C. confuted D. confided

15. A. joined B. celebrated C. attended D. presented

16. A. bumped into her B. confronted with C. came into contact with her

17. A. lighten up B. lighted up C. lit up D. lightening up

18. A. unfail B. unfailing C. unfailingly D. unfailed

19. A. compassion B. passion C. patron D. compensation

20. A. mode B. model C. motto D. morale

Reading: fill in the blanks with proper words and define the underlined words.

Back in the 1990’s, the futurists who wrote about technology were briefly

infatuated with (21) the idea that computers and televisions were destined to converge

into (22) a single unit, a “ teleputer, “ as some __23__ it. Toshiba even went so far as

to market a home PC that ran TV and music as well as word processing and

spreadsheets. It was a flop. (24)

The problem is that people use computers and televisions in very different ways.

They sit right in front of a computer, usually alone, and type into it. They sit back

from a TV set, often with company (25), and control it with a wireless __26__,

__27__ both needs with a single machine seems fraught with (28) difficulty.

Yet the convergence of PC is with us once again, backed this time by two giants of

__29__--Microsoft and Hewlett Packard. And __30__ with one of HP’s new Media

Center PCs for a couple of weeks, I can report that it’s surprisingly good.

21. Infatuated with means: A. in love with B. reject C. despise D. disagree

22. Converge into means: A. separate B. meet together C. duplicate D. clone

23. A. named B. combined C. dubbed D. initiated

24. A. flop means A. a quick success B. a total failure

C. a dream come true D. an innovation

25. Company means A. an organization B. a number of individuals together

C. a person employed a corporation D a corporation

26. A. mouse B. click C. remote D. cellular

27. A. To be satisfied B. Having satisfied C. designed D. launched

28. Fraught means: A. filled B. challenged C. designed D. launched

29. A. computing B. computerdom C. competitiveness D. competitions

30. A. Having lived B. Living C. Have lived D. Lived

International Health Officials are being confronted by everyone’s worst nightmare:

a highly __31__, potentially __32__ disease of unknown genetic makeup and __33__

there is currently no antidote or __34__. The sudden spread of a mysterious strain of

“atypical” pneumonia called Severe __35__ Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) promted

the world Health Organization (WHO) to issue an emergency travel advisory for parts

of Asia.

The __36__ may have started this winter when 305 people in Guangdong were

__37__ with atypical pneumonia. The illness is spread by __38__ respiratory mucous

and saliva __39__. Hospital workers are advised to wear protective gloves, __40__

and gowns.

31. A. contengions B. contagious C. contigens D. contigious

32. A. fetel B. fetal C. fatal D.faitel

33. A. by far B. by which C. for which D. in that

34. A. vaccine B. vecine C.vacine D. vaccine

35. A. Accute B. Acutte C. Acute D. Acutee

36. A. outbreak B. outbroke C. outbroken D.outbreaking

37. A. affected B. infected C. effected D. infacted

38. A. airbreath B. airbone C. airborn D. airborne

39. A. dropping B. drops C. droplets D. dropouts

40. A. mesks B. marsks C. masks D. mascots

Harry Potters is ___41___ whose parents were killed by the evil sorcerer

Voldemort when Harry was a baby. Voldemort tried to kill Harry too but only __42__

his forehead. Harry finds another family in his professors and the students at

Hogwarts , a school for young __43__.

“I admire bravery above almost every other __44__,” J.K. Rowling, the author of

Harry Potter, told Time when she sat down to talk about the __45__ she had created.

“Bravery is a very glamorous virtue…”

Conservative Christian parents have argued that the books __46__ witchcraft and

Satanism. There is also a small secular culture war about whether these books are

good enough to deserve their acclaim, whether they will endure as __47__ or fade as

__48__.

Hogwarts School is a testament to the __49__ that learning still takes time and

patience. There’s no __50__ that fills one’s head with knowledge; the best Hermione

can manage in Book 3 is the Time Turner, to give her more hours to study.

41. A. a bully B. an orphan C. a nerd D. a homeless

42. A. scarred B. scarce C. scared D. scaring

43. A. wisdom B. witness C. wits D. wizards

44. A. characteristic B. characters C. charisma D. charities

45. A. characteristic B. characters C. charisma D. charities

46. A. provoke B. provide C. promote D. propel

47. A. class B. classical C. classics D. classicism

48. A. fads B.fate C. failure D. fairy

49. A. realistic B. real C. reality D. realism

50. A. spell B. wand C. script D. superstitions

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  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago
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    grammar:1.b 2.b 3.c 4.c 5.d 6.b 7.b 8.c 9.b 10.reading: 11.b 12.b 13.c 14.c 15.c 16.c 17.c 18.b 19.b 20.c21.a 22.b 23.a 24.b 25.d 26.c 27.d 28.a 29.d 30.b31.b 32.c 33.a 34.d 35.c 36.a 37.b 38.b 39.c 40.a41.b 42.a 43.d 44.b 45.b 46.c 47.c 48.d 49.c 50.d

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