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December 25th is our Constitution Day. In the past, Constitution Day had a great significance; institutions, schools, and (31.) households would put out national flags. December 25th is also Christmas, a very important day to Christians around the world. (32.) this day, the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated. Over the past few years, however, due to the over-commercialization of the holiday, many non-Christian Taiwanese, (33.) young people, started exchanging presents with friends, attending Christmas parties, and having Christmas feasts. Thus, Christmas is now a day when businesspeople rake in the dough (34.) turkeys suffer great calamity. In Taiwan, Constitution Day has (35.) been celebrated these years. To most people, on less day off is a (36.) thing—not because the (37.) of Constitution Day has been lost, but for the reason that Christmas celebrations have to be postponed until after work or after school!

31. (A) even (B) except (C) regardless (D) therefore

32. (A) In (B) At (C) Under (D) On

33. (A) none of (B) especially (C) perhaps (D) only

34. (A) while (B) after (C) by (D) more and more

35. (A) normally (B) still (C) no longer (D) always

36. (A) credible (B) cheerful (C) grim (D) popular

37. (A) solemnity (B) recreation (C) grace (D) misery

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    December 25th is our Constitution Day. In the past, Constitution Day had a great significance; institutions, schools, and (31.) households would put out national flags. December 25th is also Christmas, a very important day to Christians around the world. (32.) this day, the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated. Over the past few years, however, due to the over-commercialization of the holiday, many non-Christian Taiwanese, (33.) young people, started exchanging presents with friends, attending Christmas parties, and having Christmas feasts. Thus, Christmas is now a day when businesspeople rake in the dough (34.) turkeys suffer great calamity. In Taiwan, Constitution Day has (35.) been celebrated these years. To most people, on less day off is a (36.) thing—not because the (37.) of Constitution Day has been lost, but for the reason that Christmas celebrations have to be postponed until after work or after school!

    31. (A) even (B) except (C) regardless (D) therefore

    32. (A) In (B) At (C) Under (D) On

    33. (A) none of (B) especially (C) perhaps (D) only

    34. (A) while (B) after (C) by (D) more and more

    35. (A) normally (B) still (C) no longer (D) always

    36. (A) credible (B) cheerful (C) grim (D) popular

    37. (A) solemnity (B) recreation (C) grace (D) misery

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