國立台東高中九十八學年度期末考高一英文考卷 99.7.1 第二學期

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國立台東高中九十八學年度期末考高一英文考卷 99.7.1 第二學期 適用班級:1-1~1-9 ■畫卡 I、語法測驗 共出 10 題,每題 1 分,共 10 分

1.( ) When you were out, a man _______ Jeff came in and said he had an appointment with you.

(A) calling (B) who called (C) called (D) was called 2.( ) The city tour was ________ interesting than we had expected.

(A) much (B) much more (C) very (D) very much

3.( ) We hope the technicians can _______ the problems with the machines soon.

(A) iron out (B) be through (C) look up (D) go wrong 4.( ) Mt. Ali ________ its beautiful sunrise. Many tourists rise early to see it.

(A) is famous as  (B) is known because (C) was known by (D) is famous for 5.( ) _______ I had read the book twice, I still thought it interesting when I read it again.

(A) Nevertheless (B) Although (C) However (D) In spite of 6.( ) _______ Peter was thirty, he had already had two companies of his own.

(A) Not until (B) All of a sudden (C) By the time (D) Where 7.( ) Choose the INCORRECT sentence.

(A) He didn't know how much he loved his father until the old man passed away.

(B) I will tell you what happened until you come back.

(C) Danny didn't leave the office until he finished his work.

(D) The child was sleeping soundly until the noise woke him up.

8.( ) The mayor has promised to provide temporary shelter for _______ at Chinese New Year.

(A) homeless (B) the rich (C) the homeless (D) rich 9.( ) Not _______ well, David went to see a doctor last night.

(A) to feel (B) felt (C) feeling (D) feel

10.( ) _______ splendid the fireworks look!

(A) How (B) What (C) So (D) Too

II、克漏字測驗 共出 2 題,每題 10 分,共 20 分

(第一篇)

Twenty years ago, William was a poor young man. He __11__ in Paris and earning very little money. A girl he knew asked him __12__ her to lunch. She said she wanted to __13__ with him. William agreed, but the girl suggested they __14__ to Foyot's. Foyot's was __15__ an expensive restaurant that William __16__ of going there before. However, he was still young, and had not yet learned __17__ to say no to a woman. He thought they would be able to get lunch __18__ fifteen francs at Foyot's. And he could then manage for the rest of the month as long as he __19__ coffee. But at the restaurant, William found out that the prices were __20__ he had expected.

( ) 11. (A) lived (B) had lived (C) was living (D) lives ( ) 12. (A) taking (B) took (C) to take (D) to taking ( ) 13. (A) make an order (B) a simple lunch (C) afford caviar (D) have a chat

( ) 14. (A) go (B) went (C) be going (D) to go

( ) 15. (A) such (B) so (C) much (D) really

( ) 16. (A) has not even wanted (B) had never even thought (C) was never even able (D) could not even want

( ) 17. (A) what (B) whether (C) how (D) why

( ) 18. (A) as (B) on (C) by (D) for

( ) 19. (A) ironed out (B) went out (C) cut out (D) put out

( ) 20. (A) not as much (B) much higher than (C) a lot more expensive (D) too much more than

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(第二篇)

Luis became blind when doing things in his father’s workshop 21 the age of three. Things went very wrong and he hurt his left eye and soon completely got blind in both eyes because the 22 spread. He stayed at the same school for two years and then 23 to the Royal Institution for Blind Youth. However, even in this school 24 for blind

youth, there are only 14 books for blind people in the school library. Within one year, Luis finished 25 all of them, and he determined to find a way to produce books for blind men.

Luis 26 Barbier’s 12 dots into 6, and had 27 the system by the time he was 15. He published the

first Braile book in 1829. But the public did not believe in his invention, so many blind children had to learn by their own. Schools 28 use Braille until his death. And soon Braille began to spead over the world. Now 29

every country in the world use Braille. Luis proved that if you 30 motivation, you can do incredible things even you are blind.

21. (A) in (B) as (C) at (D) by

22. (A) infection (B)inflation (C) invention (D) influenza

23. (A) transfer (B) transferring (C) transfers (D) transferred

24. (A) designing (B) designed (C) designs (D) design

25. (A) reading (B) read (C) reads (D) to read

26. (A) trimmed (B) shortened (C) ordered (D) divided

27. (A) dealt with (B) cut out (C) settled down (D) ironed out

28. (A) did (B) did not (C) had (D) had not

29. (A) probably (B) appropriately (C) practically (D) possibly

30. (A) had (B) have (C) has (D) had had

III. 文意選填測驗 共出1題,每題10分,共10分

(A) ones (B) controllable (C) perspective (D) weirdness (E) had seen (AB) appreciate (BC) attraction (AC) blurry (AD) novel (AE) craze

You visit a tourist 31 , and everybody has digital cameras. Amongst the crows, however, you notice a person carrying a small toy-like camera-a LOMO camera. Interested, you later search the internet for LOMO cameras.

The LOMO photography (“lomography”) 32 began in 1991 when two Viennese students bought an old LOMO film camera and experimented with it. The pictures were different from any they 33 before. Some colors were too bright, some objects were 34 , and the pictures looked strange. But in the 35 , they found a style of photography that would inspire people worldwide.

With modern cameras, every aspect of a picture is 36 . This isn’t the case with LOMO cameras, though. These fun and simple machines have special features like colored flash and fish-eye lenses. They produce pictures that have an element of

unpredictability, which makes using them a 37 experience. To get even more out of your one-of-a-kind tool, ignore the basic rules of photography and read lomography. com’s “10 golden rules.”

LOMO cameras provide a change of pace from the modern digital 38 . In our high-tech world, LOMO cameras let

us 39 the low-tech side of film photography. As the old saying goes, stop and smell the roses. And while you’re at it, take a picture of them, too. With LOMO cameras, you’ll get a new and peculiar 40 of the world every time.

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IV. 閱讀測驗 共出 2 題,每題 8 分,共 16 分。

(第一篇)

A young waitress is found murdered in an ally behind a hotel. Several items are found next to her body, and your job is to use these clues to find her killers. But don’t worry; this case isn’t real. You’re at CSI: The Experience, an exhibition which gives ordinary people a chance to test their critical thinking skills and use technology to solve crimes.

CSI: The Experience is based on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a famous AmericanTVshow. In each episode, investigators solve crimes using forensic evidence. At CSI: The Experience, you can do the same. For example, you can request DNA tests to see if a suspect was at a crime scene. You can conduct a blood test to determine if a victim was poisoned. And just like the detectives on the show, you’ll be thrown off track by the

twists and turns

you meet along the way.

Visitors who crack the case are awarded a certificate to prove they are a super detective. To see if you have what it takes to be an

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ace detectives, visit CSI: The Experience at the Science Museum in Taipei, between April 1st and June 30th. 41. What title do you think is best for this article?

A. Join the CSI: The Experience

B. The Importance of CSI: The Experience

C. What people like to do in the CSI: The Experience D. How do investigators solve crimes in CSI.

42. What is the purpose for the Science Museum to hold the exhibition, CSI: The Experience A. To promote the film, CSI: The Experience

B. To hold the worldwide film festival in Taipei

C. To give people a chance to test their critical thinking skills and solve crimes D. To gain a good reputation for Taipei city

43. What is the meaning for the phrase “

twists and turns

”?

A. To describe someone who is hard to be pleased B. To describe something which is hard to deal with C. To describe a twister which is destroying some areas.

D. To describe some roads which are rough

44. What

can’t

you do in the CSI: The Experience?

A. To solve crimes using forensic evidence B. To request DNA tests

C. To direct a group of people to do an investigation D. To check if a victim was poisoned

(第二篇)

Sometimes the hardest part about going to a foreign country is adapting to the differences in the way people do the simplest daily things. Differences in eating habits are perhaps the most noticeable because people eat every day. To visitors from most western countries, eating in Taiwan can seem very strange at first. Not only are the foods very different (most foreigners have never even seen a chicken’s foot ), but the what people eat is also very different.

Eating is much noisier in Taiwan. For example, when people are eating noodles, whey often slurp up the noodles. Foreigners who are used to eating spaghetti might try to wrap their noodles around the chopsticks the same way they would wrap their noodles around a fork. Making noise when you eat is very rude for most foreigners.

Another noisy part of eating often happens after the meal is over. Many foreigners are surprised to hear someone hiccup or burp at the table. These noises seem normal and natural to many Taiwanese, but most foreigners have been taught not to let these noises come out or to cover their mouth and say “excuse me” if they need to hiccup or burp.

One of the best parts about being in a foreign country, though, is that people have the chance to learn about each other. When foreigners come to Taiwan, they learn what is normal for Taiwanese and will be able to understand visitors to their country. Also, Taiwanese have the chance to learn about western habits and can help foreign friends and visitors get used to new customs, and noises.

45. Why are differences in eating habits perhaps the most noticeable differences?

A. They can be noisy.

B. Everyone talks about eating every day.

C. People need to eat every day.

D. There are no differences.

46. In the second paragraph, what does the word ”slurp” mean?

A. a quiet sound B. a kind of noise

C. a way of sucking up noodles D. B and C

47. How do most westerners eat noodles in their home countries?

A. by wrapping them around their fork B. by using chopsticks

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D. by slurping them up

48. According to this author, what do many westerners say if they burp or hiccup?

A. “ It’s nothing.”

B. “ Let’s go.”

C. “ Excuse me.”

D. “ Forget it.”

V、文意字彙 共出 10 題,每題 2 分,共 20 分

49. Taiwan is often affected by natural d_______rs such as typhoons and earthquakes.

50. Jonathan is going to g_______e from the local college this July.

51. Some survivors were stuck in the w_______e of the plane, waiting for rescue.

52. The terrified mother r_______hed into the house and rescued her son from the fire.

53. They went so d_______p into the woods that they nearly got lost.

54. It's a good idea to t_______m the fat from the meat before you cook it.

55. The weather in England is u_______e. A sunny morning can turn into an afternoon of pouring rain.

56. We are working hard to fight for the c_______e of freedom.

57. The teacher said she was very p_______d with the effort I had made to improve my grades.

58. If you eat too fast, you will end up having problems with your d_______n.

VI 合併與改寫句子 共出 4 題,每題 2 分,共 8 分。

59. I am very fat. (請以 too….to 合併成一個句子) I can not be attractive to girls.

60. have you ever learned / any word / begin / with “X” (請以 NP + P.P. / V-ing 句型改寫)

61. the girl / question / by the teacher / feel upset the rest of the day (請以 NP + P.P. / V-ing 句型改寫) 62. The crew also thought of sending signals for help.

Some of them used rocks to make SOS message. (請將此二句合併成一句) Some of them used mirrors to reflect the sunlight.

VII. 翻譯題 共出 4 題,每題 4 分,共 16 分。

63. 除了 12 名機組人員外,這架飛機上還有兩百名乘客。

64. 到了三十五歲的時候,我將會成為一家公司的總裁。

65. 時間過的真快!你還記得我們第一次見面的時候嗎?

66. 直到下個月,我媽才會讓我與朋友外出。

國立台東高中九十八學年度高一英文期末考答案卷 99.7.1

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第二學期

班級: 座號: 姓名:

V、文意字彙 共出 10 題,每題 2 分,共 20 分

49. disasters 50. graduate 51. wreckage 52. rushed 53. deep

54. trim 55. unpredictable 56. cause 57. pleased 58. digestion

VI 合併與改寫句子 共出 4 題,每題 2 分,共 8 分。

59. I am too fat to be attractive to girls.

60. Have you ever learned any words beginning with “ X ” /?

61. The girl questioned by the teacher felt upset the rest of the day.

62. Some of them used rocks to make SOS message, others used mirrors to reflect the sunlight.

VII. 翻譯題 共出 4 題,每題 4 分,共 16 分。

63. In addition to a crew of twelve, there are two hundred passengers on board.

64. I’ll be president of a big company by the time I’m thirty five.

65. How time flies! Do you remember the first time we met.

66. My mother won’t let me go out with my friends until next month.

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1~5 CBADB 6~10 CBCCA 11~15 CCDAA 16~20 BCDCB 21~25 CADBA 26~30 ADBCB

31~35 (BC)(AE)(E)(AC)(D) 36~40 (B)(AD)(A)(AB)(C) 41~45 ACBCC

46~48 DAC

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