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國 立 臺 東 高 中 102 學 年 度 第 二 學 期 英 文 科 高 一 第 一 次 期 中 考 試 題 卷

103.03.24

是否劃卡:是 適用班級:1~9 班

一、文法:10%

1. The great poet’s name was taken the name of a road in the city where he was born.

(A)in (B)of (C)as (D)at

2. He got popular that almost every girl wanted to go on a date with him.

(A)such (B)very (C)too (D)so

3. The man saved the little boy dying in the fire.

(A)away (B)of (C)from (D)out

4. Joe is seen _____ strange since he always eats with his hands.

(A)to be (B)for (C)as (D)from

5. Kyle fell to the ground. His glasses flew of, _____ two meters away.

(A)and land (B)landing (C)landed (D)to land

6. At that moment, _____ dawned on me just how strong our friendship had been.

(A)something (B)that (C)it (D)which

7. _____ less is one of the efective ways to lose weight.

(A)You eat (B)Eating (C)To eating (D)If you eat 8. I don’t like action movies. _____, my brother is a big fan of them.

(A)In addition (B)In other words (C)On the other hand (D)On the right track

9. You don’t have to _____ all the new words you find in this novel. Try to guess what they mean first.

(A)look after (B)look into (C)look for (D)look up

10. The word “selfie” has gained popularity, _____ it has been chosen as Word of the Year for 2013 by Oxford Dictionaries online.

(A)so many as that (B)so much so that (C)so much that (D)so many that

二、克漏字:20%

(A) In many languages, certain animals seem to have 11 characteristics. As you’ll find in Chinese, swallows are traditionally seen as lucky signs, snakes

represent evil and danger, and cranes are 12 to symbolize long life. Similarly, animal imagery can be found in many English expressions.

For instance, “as quiet as a mouse” is commonly used to describe someone quiet. 13 , if a person makes a lot of noise, an elephant would be a good choice for a simile. What’s more, if a person uses “a white elephant” to describe a car, it means that the car is very expensive but useless. It will be a waste of money if you buy it. In addition to mice and elephants, some birds and insects are

commonly used in 14 expressions, too. A person who is “as proud as a

peacock” often gives others the impression that he or she is too proud of himself or herself.

Aside from the above expressions, many sayings that include animal imagery

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make English an interesting language 15 .

11. (A)specialty (B)specific (C)especially (D)spicy

12. (A)spoken (B)said (C)talked (D)seemed

13. (A)For instance (B)Therefore (C)However (D)As a result 14. (A)animal-related(B)animal-relating (C)related-animal(D)relating-animal 15.(A)at last (B)so far (C)instead (D)as well

(B) To improve our memory, we should take the time to learn some tips for improving our memory. First of all, we should not 16 to remember everything.

Second, we should spend less time 17 TV. By doing this, we will have more time to read. Few things work 18 reading for those who want to improve their

memory. Reading is the best way to keep the mind sharp. Last but not least, improving vocabulary is important, too. When it comes to 19 our vocabulary, word games, such as Scrabble and crossword puzzles, can be very helpful. In addition to these games, reading also gives us the chance to learn more new words.

The results of using these tips may difer 20 . The most important thing we must do is to find out what works best for us.

16. (A)except (B)expert (C)expect (D)expense

17. (A)watched (B)watch (C)to watch (D)watching

18. (A)as soon as (B)as long as (C)as well as (D)as far as 19. (A)enriching (B)have enriched (C)enriched (D)enrich 20. (A)from person to person (B)from one to others

(C)from one to the others (D)from people to people

(C) Selfies are a good way to record life events. They’re also a great

confidence booster. However, the efect that selfies have on self-confidence has 21 criticism. Experts say that selfies make people 22 others’ online comments for their own sense of self-worth. They believe this can 23

feelings of insecurity. They also believe that selfies can give rise to superficial attitudes 24 comments are based on appearances. Selfies are not bad, but remember not to let them 25 who you are.

21. (A)resulted from (B)kept from (C)caused (D)aside from 22. (A)responsible for (B)dependent on (C)involved in (D)attached to 23. (A)give up (B)hold on (C)get of (D)lead to

24. (A)since (B)until (C)though (D)however

25. (A)organize (B)arrange (C)define (D)release

(D) Shark fin soup is a dish that has caused much debate. For Chinese people, the dish is considered a symbol of wealth and class. For many other people, however, shark fin soup represents 26 and waste. The dish dates back to the Ming Dynasty. At that time, it was 27 for the tables of emperors and nobles.

Shark fin soup became more popular in the nineteenth century when more people were able to aford it. These days, some hosts will serve it at wedding banquets to impress their guests. The 28 behind shark fin soup might make you feel sick. In many cases, the fins are cut of and the sharks are tossed back into the ocean 29

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. They then bleed to death or get eaten by other predators. This devastating process is called shark-finning, and it is used 30 tens of millions of sharks each year.

26. (A)cruelty (B)crime (C)crowd (D)coach

27. (A)suited (B)piled (C)reserved (D)reversed 28. (A)requirements (B)realities (C)phrases (D)environments

29. (A)living (B)lively (C)live (D)alive

30. (A)on (B)to (C)for (D)with

三、閱讀測驗:15%

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We have good times and hard times. Sun or rain, it’s all part of life. When we face problems, we can’t help feeling down or angry. However, we can also make things better if we simply change our attitude. For example, flunking an exam may set you back, but at least you know where you can improve. It’s better to focus on studying harder and making gradual improvement than to try to master all the test material at once. Be patient and never give up. Also, if you lose your job and worry about how to support yourself, look at this as a chance to make some changes. Surely, you have to make both ends meet to survive. But the bright side is that you can use this time to learn some new skills, which may help you find an even better job. It may also be a good time to relax for a while, do some self-reflection and think of how to make yourself a better-qualified job seeker. Try looking on the bright side when something gets you down. Perhaps the problems may not all go away, but you’ll feel better and get things back on track within a shorter time.

31. According to the passage, when people face difficulty, it’s normal to _______.

(A)get upset (B)be happy (C)blame others (D)ask advice 32. Which advice is NOT suggested when you fail a class?

(A)Study harder.

(B)Master all the test material immediately.

(C)Make improvement little by little.

(D)Never give up.

33. What is the best title for this passage?

(A)“Look On the Bright Side” (B)“Things Set You Back”

(C)“Get Things Back on Track” (D)“How to Improve Yourself”

(B)根據下表資訊回答 34~36 題

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The more you buy, the lower the price! Total Quantity (Prices are in US$ below) Stock Tattoo Pricing

(Double cost for Glitter & Glow in the dark) 1 50 100 200 500 1000

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2.5×3.5 inch size 1.00 .50 .35 .25 .20 .15

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4.5×6 inch size 1.50 1.40 1.00 .75 .60 .50

34. How much is each 2×2 tattoo if a person buys 300 of them at once?

(A) $.50. (B) $.25. (C) $.10. (D) $.08.

35. How many 1.5×1.5 tattoos must a person buy to meet the minimum order price?

(A) One. (B) Twenty. (C) Ten. (D) One hundred.

36. How much is a Glow in the Dark 1×6 tattoo?

(A) $1. (B) $.50. (C) $6. (D) $2.

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Many people have the misconception that shark fin soup is good for their health. However, they don’t realize that sharks often have toxins in their bodies.

This is because they feed on smaller, toxin-filled fish. Luckily, more and more people are raising awareness of the issue. For example, wedding couples are not ofering the dish to their banquet guests. Also, many hotel restaurants have

stopped serving the dish, and they will not prepare it for wedding banquets if asked to do so. Governments are taking action, too. Several states in the United States have passed laws banning the possession, sale, and trade of shark fins.

37. What is true about shark fin soup?

(A)It may contain poison.

(B)It is available in America.

(C)It is becoming more popular.

(D)It is made by the fins of small fish.

38. According to the passage, why do many people eat shark fin soup?

(A)They like the taste.

(B)They think it is healthy.

(C)It is a cheap dish.

(D)They don’t want to waste the fin.

39. How are some restaurants raising awareness of the issue?

(A)They are serving fake shark fin soup.

(B)They give out information to people.

(C)They are removing the dish from the menu.

(D)They are not holding wedding banquets.

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The period of a child's life when he or she becomes an adult ─the teen years─ is a difficult time for many parents. As children get older it is natural for them to begin thinking about having a girlfriend or boyfriend. Whether parents like it or not, most teenagers will want to start dating sooner or later. In some cultures, dating in the teen years is a taboo. And in some cases their first ever 'date' is when they get married to someone that their parents have chosen. In the U.S. dating is generally considered to be an important part of growing up. Going on dates helps teens learn about friendship and love, as well as how to communicate with others and make decisions by themselves. Parents often worry about all the terrible things that might

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happen on a date. However, studies have shown that dating actually helps teens become mature adults. Of course, parents need to make clear rules. The following is a typical list of basic dating rules: 1.No dating on a school night. 2. Be home before ten. 3. No alcohol or drugs. Some parents are much stricter than others. A father, for example, may not even allow his daughter to start dating until she goes to senior high school. How much freedom parents give their teenaged children to make their own decisions about dating often depends on the teens' age and maturity.

40. According to the passage, people who start dating as teenagers may ______.

(A)have a better sense of self-esteem (B)be more independent of their parents (C)be in and out of love many times

(D)develop better interrelationships with others

41. By setting dating rules for their teenaged children, parents can actually ______.

(A)reduce the possibility of generation gap (B)help their children become more mature (C)exert more authority over their children (D)protect their children from going astray 42. The best title for the passage could be "______."

(A)To Date or Not to Date?

(B)The Joy of Young Love

(C)Dating on the Path of Growth (D)The First Date

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Music is a powerful thing. When played properly, some music can have positive efects on learning and attitude. One way that music can make learning easier is by teaching people abstract reasoning and learning strategies. When learning music, people visualize the task in their head, and therefore exercise the same abstract skills that engineers, chess players, and high-level mathematicians use. Moreover, instruction in music skills and appreciation provides a wealth of learning strategies that help to develop children’s analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating skills.

Another important aspect that music can have on learning for people of all ages is attitude. The highly repetitive structure of music helps children learn to trust

themselves and enhance their self-confidence and sense of accomplishment. Thus, their attitude toward learning is dramatically increased. In addition to increasing positive attitude, listening to pleasant music in the background may ease the strain of an activity. Notice that when people listen to music in the background, it is very important that they listen to the music they are familiar and comfortable with. So in order for music to help us think, learn, and work, we need to know what kind of music to listen to. 【95 統測】

43. According to the passage, which of the following functions of music is NOT mentioned?

(A)Helping people to relax. (B)Improving people’s attitude.

(C)Helping people fall asleep. (D)Improving people’s confidence.

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44. We can conclude from the passage that _____.

(A)people of all ages love diferent types of music

(B)it is important for us to teach children the right attitude (C)people of all ages develop diferent learning strategies (D)it is important for us to choose the right music to listen to

45. We may infer from the passage that the next paragraph will most likely be _____.

(A)the learning strategies children need (B)the efects of diferent types of music

(C)the workplaces where music should be played (D)the jobs that demand abstract reasoning skills 四、文意字彙:20%,答案請寫在答案卷上

46. Ruby loves outdoor a ties, especially camping and rock climbing.

47. Everyone’s DNA is u e. No one—except for twins—shares the same DNA.

48. My seventeen-year-old brother just g ted from high school and will start college soon.

49. I am very g l to those who are always there for me when I need help.

50. Houses near that mountain tend to be in d r of destruction when a typhoon comes.

51. There are hundreds of copies of the Mona Lisa, but the o l is in the Louvre.

52. D e is the key to success. You will never be successful if you don’t work hard.

53. The train is coming into the station now; please s p back behind the yellow line.

54. The hall was c ded with people who were eager to enjoy the performance of the famous opera singer.

55. Mom had my bike painted blue. It looks so new that I couldn’t r e it at first.

五、句型:10%,答案請寫在答案卷上

56. The crazy man seems to have posed a threat to his neighbors.

(請以 It seem that…為句首改寫句子。)

57. Ted is a nice person.

All his friends like him. (such…that…) (請根據提示,合併改寫成一個句子。)

58. Mary asked Joe, “Do you like my dress?" (if/whether-clause) (請根據提示,使用間接疑問句改寫句子。)

59. The money in my purse is NT$200.

The money in your purse is NT$200. (much)

(請根據提示,使用對等連接詞 as adj. as,合併改寫成一個句子。)

60. If we begin our work sooner, we will finish it earlier.

(請以 The more…, the more 比較級的特殊結構,改寫句子。)

六、翻譯:15%,答案請寫在答案卷上 61. Jamie 已經減少喝酒的量。

Jamie has on drinking.

62. 比薪水更重要的是你從這份工作中學到什麼。

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more than the pay is what you can learn from this job.

63. 那些努力的人總有一天會成功。

work hard will succeed one day.

64. 動物意象的使用幫助學習者更加了解一個語言的文化。

65. 如果老師沒有幫忙 Ben,他就無法熬過在學校的第一年。

66. 為了改善你的記性,你必須破除惡習,並培養好習慣。

七、聽力:10%

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國 立 臺 東 高 中 1 0 2 學 年 度 第 二 學 期 英 文 科 高 一 第 一 次 期 中 考 答 案 卷

103.03.24

適用班級:1~9班

班級: 座號: 姓名: 得分:

四、文意字彙:20%

46. activities 47. unique 48. graduated 49. grateful

50. danger

51. original 52. Diligence 53. step 54. crowded 55. recognize

五、句型:10%

56. It seems that the crazy man has posed a threat to his neighbors.

57. Ted is such a nice person that all his friends like him.

58. Mary asked Joe if/whether he liked her dress.

59. The money in my purse is as much as that in yours.

60. The sooner we begin our work, the earlier we will finish it.

六、翻譯:15%

61.

cut

down

62. What

matters

63.

Those

who

【一格 1 分】

64. The use of animal imagery helps learners understand more about a language ’ s culture.

65. If the teacher hadn ’ t helped Ben, he wouldn ’ t have made it through the first year in school.

66. To improve your memory, you must break bad habits and develop good ones.

【一題 3 分】

七、聽力:10%

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