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桃園縣九十三學年度國民小學教師甄試英語科試題

注意事項:  1、答案一律寫在答案紙上,如寫在試題上不予計分。  2、作答時不必抄題,但應標明題號,依序作答。

一、選擇題:每題2分,共40

A.          Pick the word or expression that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expression in the following passages.

1.          The last time a girl had told me she wanted to be "just friends", she was breaking up with me.

(A) having a mental breakdown  (B) explaining how someone had broken into her house  (C) ending their relationship

(D) telling him that she had broken something

2.          Programs that teach tolerance are being introduced to help students appreciate and respect diversity.

(A) difference  (B) uniqueness  (C) loneliness  (D) sexuality

3.          The money is being used to educate them on how to prepare nutritious meals and keep their homes as clean and hygienic as possible.

(A) spacious  (B) healthy  (C) comfortable  (D) disinfected

4.           Maggie didn't always want to put each and every Barbie shoe away just because they were potentially lethal baby-choking hazards.

(A) poisonous  (B) enormous  (C) deadly  (D) harmless

5.           The massively popular TV cartoon is about child “trainers” who pit their fantasy critters against those of others to see which prevails.

(A) surrenders  (B) dies  (C) succeeds  (D) resists

6.          You can make amends for wrongdoing.  (A) almonds  (B) fines  (C) atonement  (D) substitutions

7.          They took him to a doctor, who reassured them, prescribed an antibiotic and did a blood test.

(A) recommended  (B) prepared  (C) gave  (D) injected

8.          Stretching her shoulders to unload some invisible burden she leaned her head against the shelter wall.

(A) weight  (B) coat  (C) bag  (D) pain

9.          It made him feel wealthy and alleviated some of the guilt he felt for not spending enough time with me.

(A) increased  (B) erased  (C) reduced  (D) counteracted

10.     This mystery surrounding her death makes Marilyn Monroe an exceptionally intriguing and controversial celebrity. 

(A) popular  (B) detested  (C) critical  (D) debatable

 

B.          Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.

1.           In the west the birth of a girl is welcomed with enthusiasm_______ to that of a boy.

(A) equally  (B) equal  (C) they are equal  (D) and equal

2.           ______, Ernest Hemingway is the most widely known.

(A) With all writers in America  (B) All writers in America  (C) All of the writers in America  (D) Of all writers in America

3.          Rearview mirrors of cars make small things larger than _______.  (A) really are  (B) are really  (C) are they really  (D) they really are

4.          _______, glasses can correct most sight defects in healthy eyes.

(A)When well fitted  (B) Well fitted when  (C) Well fitted if  (D) If well fitted when

5.         The Wright brothers were fascinated _______ the idea of flying.  (A) of  (B) for  (C) by  (D) to

6.         John said he paid the fine _______ protest.  (A) in  (B) on  (C) under  (D) out of

7.          Football and baseball _______ played worldwide today are basically modifications of games that originated in England.

(A) as  (B) are  (C) being  (D)that

8.          Usually, society is far more dedicated to noting evidence in favor of superstition than it is to _______ contrary evidence.

(A) observe   (B) observing  (C) observed  (D) observation

9.          _______ the advent of new approaches to moral education, most educators and communities today, however, eventually center on the traditional model of character development.  (A) Although  (B) Despite  (C) Through  (D) As

10.      To a growing child a small town seems to be _______ a large city.

(A) more preferable than  (B) more preferable to  (C) preferable than  (D) preferable to

 

二、填充題:每題2分,共40

A.        Vocabulary:

1. Success or failure of the reform is c      l to the future prospects of the economic development.   (essential)

2. John told a very i         e story last night.   (unbelievable)   

3. Smoking is p           d in public places.   (forbidden)

4. It was painfully o          s that I knew very little about the incident.   (clear)     

5. The pianist received a great round of a         e after the deft performance.   (clapping)

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6. So many details really b         r me!   (confuse)

7. Stroud was s         d to 12 years in prison.   (given a punishment)

 

B.   Preposition:

8. Rock and roll always appeal ________ young people as an expression of their search for identity and independence.

9. Pierre Lorillard was tired ________ wearing formal clothes.

10. Young people like to put on T-shirts made ____ cotton.    

11. People eat doughnuts ______ different ways.

12. I am _____ the opinion that the telephone shortens the distance between people.

13. After the alarm had awakened me, I lay _____ bed too long.

14. Bill White is in charge____ the store.

15. They have left New York ______ good; they’ll never go back and live there again.

 

C.   Complete these sentences with present or past participles.

16. A lecture that confuses people is a _____lecture.

17. The child has blue eyes. He is a ______ child.

18. A bat that eats fruit is a _______ bat.

19. The car ______ (destroy) in the fire was a 95 Ford.

20. They despise ______ (live) there and I don’t blame them.

三、閱讀測驗:每題2分,共20

A.             The rules of etiquette in American restaurants depend upon a number of factors: the physical location of the restaurant, e.g., rural or urban; the type of restaurant, e.g., informal or formal; and certain standards that are more universal. In other words, some standards of etiquette vary significantly while other standards apply almost anywhere. Learning the proper etiquette in a particular type of restaurant in a particular area may sometimes require instruction, but more commonly it simply requires sensitivity and experience. For example, while it is acceptable to read a magazine in a coffee shop, it is inappropriate to do the same in a more luxurious setting. And, if you are eating in a very rustic setting it may be fine to tuck your napkin into your shirt, but if you are in a sophisticated urban restaurant this behavior would demonstrate a lack of manners. It is safe to say, however, that in virtually every restaurant it is unacceptable to indiscriminately throw your food on the floor. The conclusion we can most likely draw from the above is that while the types and locations of restaurants determine etiquette appropriate to them, some rules apply to all restaurants.

 

1.        With what topic is this passage primarily concerned?  (A) rules of etiquette in different restaurants

(B) instruction in proper etiquette  (C) the importance of good manners  (D) variable and universal standards of etiquette

2.        The word “sophisticated” in line 7 could best be replaced by  (A) expensive  (B) cultured  (C) famous  (D) exclusive

3.           The word “manners” in line 8 could best be replaced by which of the following?  (A) experience  (B) character  (C) ceremony

(D) tact

4.        According to the passage, which of the following is a universal rule of etiquette?

(A) tucking a napkin in your shirt  (B) not throwing food on the floor  (C) reading a magazine at a coffee shop

(D) eating in rustic settings

5.        What is the author’s main purpose in this passage?

(A) to assist people in learning sophisticated manners  (B) to describe variations in restaurant manners 

(C) to simplify rules of restaurant etiquette  (D) to compare sophisticated and rustic restaurants

 

B.         Carbohydrates, which are sugars, are an essential part of a healthy diet. They provide the main source of energy for the body, and they also function to flavor and sweeten foods. Carbohydrates range from simple sugars like glucose to complex sugars such as amylose and amylopectin. Nutritionists estimate that carbohydrates should make up about one-fourth to one-fifth of a person’s diet. This translates to about 75-100 grams of carbohydrates per day. A diet that is deficient in carbohydrates can have an adverse effect on a person’s health. When the body lacks a sufficient amount of carbohydrates it must then use its protein supplies for energy, a process called gluconeogenesis. This, however, results in a lack of necessary protein, and further health difficulties may occur. A lack of carbohydrates can also lead to ketosis, a build-up of ketones in the body that causes fatigue, lethargy, and bad breath.

 

6.        What is the main idea of this passage?

(A) Carbohydrates are needed for good health  (B) Carbohydrates prevent a build-up of proteins 

(C) Carbohydrates can lead to ketosis  (D) Carbohydrates are an expendable part of a good diet

7.        The word “range” as used in line 2 is closest in meaning to which of the following?  (A) probe  (B) proceed  (C) hail  (D) extend

8.        According to the passage, what do most nutritionists suggest?

(A) Sufficient carbohydrates will prevent gluconeogenesis  (B) Carbohydrates are simple sugars called glucose

(C) Carbohydrates should make up about a quarter of a person’s daily diet  (D) Carbohydrates should be eaten in very small quantities

9.        Which of the following do carbohydrates NOT do?

(A) prevent ketosis  (B) cause gluconeogenesis  (C) provide energy for the body  (D) flavor and sweeten food

10.     Which of the following best describes the organization of this passage?

(A) definition and example  (B) comparison and contrast  (C) specific to general  (D) cause and result

 

桃園縣九十三學年度國民小學教師甄試英語科試題

答案卷

一?選擇題:每題2分,共40

A.

1.           

2.           

3.           

4.           

5.           

6.           

7.           

8.           

9.           

10.      

C

A

D

C

C

C

C

A

C

D

B.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

B

D

D

A

C

C

A

B

B

D

 

?填充題:每題2分,共40

A.

1.           

2.           

3.           

4.           

5.           

6.           

7.           

crucial

incredible

prohibited

obvious

applause

bewilder

sentenced

 

B.

8.           

9.           

10.      

11.      

12.      

13.      

14.      

15.      

to

of

of

in

of

in

of

for

 

C.

16.      

17.      

18.      

19.      

20.      

confusing

blue-eyed

fruit-eating

destroyed

living

 

?閱讀測驗:每題2分,共20

 

1.       

2.       

3.       

4.       

5.       

6.       

7.       

8.       

9.       

10.  

D

B

D

B

C

A

D

C

B

A

 

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