字彙與語法 28% (1~12每題1.5分，其餘每題1分)
We often think
of the English as cold and reserved, the Brazilians as lively and fun-loving,
but often these national stereotypes are not accurate.
believes in psychics. True, there are some people who believe that psychics
have special powers, but others are skeptical about it.
After I took
the medicine, I got a rash all over my body. I must be allergic to it.
partner is a complicated (= not simple) process. It takes a lot of time and
In the Stone
Age, a man would take food to a prospective partner as a symbol of his love.
signature is illegible, that means you are less assertive and you tend to
A: Do you like
the apartment you looked at yesterday?
B: Well, it’s
good in terms of price, but the location isn’t so great.
8 In the speed dating, you have three minutes to talk to each
person. You can get an idea of what a person is like in that time, and you can
eliminate them if you see right away that they are not your type.
9 Choose one grammatically correct sentence.
(A) Their train has arrived ten minutes
ago. We’re late.
(B) I have worked in this company in
(C) What time did you wake up this
(D) We’ve had this computer for
10 Choose the incorrect auxiliary.
A: I’m starving.
B: You (A)are? I’m not. I had very
A: So you don’t want to go out for dinner, (B)do
B: Not especially, but if you (C)are,
I’ll come with you. (do)
A: You (D)will? That’s great. I don’t
feel like cooking tonight.
11 Choose one incorrect sentence.
(A) A: I’ve been throwing up, and I have
diarrhea. B: I think you have food poisoning.
(B) Janet wore
her new shoes, and now she has a blister
on her toe.
(C) When I
exercise, I have difficulty breathing. I think I have arthritis. (asthma)
(D) Robert shut
the door on his finger, and now it’s very swollen.
12 Choose one
(A) The TV
presenter uses sign language so that the
blind can follow what’s happening. (the deaf)
building has easy access for the
government offers courses to help the unemployed
(D) After the
accident, the injured were taken to
(A) dyslexic (B) vain
(C) impulsive (D) eccentric (E)possessive
13 A(n) impulsive person tends to act without thinking.
14 A(n) dyslexic person finds it difficult to read a text.
15 A(n) possessive person is not good at letting other people share his/her
The Czechs and the Argentinians thought
of themselves as irritable and unfriendly, but they turned out to be the
friendliest of all nationalities. The English were the nationality whose own image was the furthest from reality. While they considered themselves
reserved and closed, in fact they were among the most outgoing and open-minded
of the groups studied.
20 According to
Dr. Kyriazis, running for a bus or having to work to a deadline are examples of
“good stress,” ________, situations with moderate stress.
(A) that said (B) that is (C) besides that (D) by contrast
reveal your personality because they are invented _____. Since you are focused
on getting into a system, you are likely to write something that comes to mind
(A) in the sly (B) on the spot (C) at all costs (D) in the head
22 A rising signature means that you are the kind of person who, when ______
with problems, will work to overcome them. Usually optimistic, you are in
control and ambitious.
(B) facing (C) faced (D) to face
額外加分機會 complete the
1 The Australians treat others as equals,
irrespective of their profession or standing (=status) in society.
2 In the speed dating, I made eye contact with the woman next
to me. We raised our eyebrows for a possibility, and exchanged smiles if the
man was good-looking.
3 Apart from the queen, the English may not be
individually eccentric, but they show a kind of collective eccentricity.
4 “Stop laughing. Everybody is looking at you.” “I’m
sorry, I can’t help it. This is so funny.”