day. Apart from the national papers, there is, 2 Local newspapers have a weekly circulation of 13 million. Almost every town and country area has one. Nearly all of them hold their own fmancially and many of them are very profitable. 
These papers are written almost entirely for readers interested in local events, birth, deaths, council meetings and sports. 3 Editors prefer to rely on a small staff of people who all know the district well. A great deal of local news is regularly supplied by clubs and churches in the neighborhood and it does not get out of date as quickly as national news. If there is no room for it in this week' s edition, an item can sometimes be held over until the following week. 
The editor must never forget that the success of any newspaper depends on advertising. 4 But if the newspaper is well written and the news items have been carefully chosen to attract local readers, the businessmen are grateful for the opportunity to keep their products in the public eyes. 
Local newspapers do not often comment on problems of national importance and editors rarely hold with taking sides on political questions.5 A newspaper can sometimes persuade the council to take action to provide better shopping facilities, improve transport in the area, and so on. 


A.Newspapers in Britain usually have great profits.
B.But they can often be of service to the community in expressing public feelings on local issues.
C.however, another branch of the British press which sells almost as many as copies.
D.The content is naturally influenced by the kind of community they serve.
E.Visitors to Britain are sometimes surprised to learn that newspapers there have such a large circulation.
F.So local businesses are very interested in advertising in local papers.
G.He is usually anxious to keep the good will of local businessmen for this reason.'/>

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                試題內容
                1____The Daily Mirror and the Daily Express both sell about four million copies every 
                day. Apart from the national papers, there is, 2 Local newspapers have a weekly circulation of 13 million. Almost every town and country area has one. Nearly all of them hold their own fmancially and many of them are very profitable. 
                These papers are written almost entirely for readers interested in local events, birth, deaths, council meetings and sports. 3 Editors prefer to rely on a small staff of people who all know the district well. A great deal of local news is regularly supplied by clubs and churches in the neighborhood and it does not get out of date as quickly as national news. If there is no room for it in this week' s edition, an item can sometimes be held over until the following week. 
                The editor must never forget that the success of any newspaper depends on advertising. 4 But if the newspaper is well written and the news items have been carefully chosen to attract local readers, the businessmen are grateful for the opportunity to keep their products in the public eyes. 
                Local newspapers do not often comment on problems of national importance and editors rarely hold with taking sides on political questions.5 A newspaper can sometimes persuade the council to take action to provide better shopping facilities, improve transport in the area, and so on. 


                A.Newspapers in Britain usually have great profits.
                B.But they can often be of service to the community in expressing public feelings on local issues.
                C.however, another branch of the British press which sells almost as many as copies.
                D.The content is naturally influenced by the kind of community they serve.
                E.Visitors to Britain are sometimes surprised to learn that newspapers there have such a large circulation.
                F.So local businesses are very interested in advertising in local papers.
                G.He is usually anxious to keep the good will of local businessmen for this reason.
                1.[選詞填空]________
                  • 解題思路:文章第一段第☆二句提到了英國兩家報紙以及其坐下来我慢慢跟你说巨大的發行量,後面又說本地報紙發行量同樣驚人,所以空格處應選擇一個可以做主題句的句子,E項符合√題意,故選E。
                  2.[選詞填空]________
                    • 解題思路:從“Apart from the national papers”這個句子可以看出下面將要開始談除了全國∞發行的報紙以外的另一種報紙,空缺處後又提到了local newspapers發行量也很巨大,選項F可以起到承前啟後的作用。故選c。
                    3.[選詞填空]________
                      • 解題思路:最後一段第一句說本也不知道这张符纸到底有多大地報紙通常不對國家的重大問題發表評論,但空格處後面卻提到有時候它們能夠說服本地的理事會采取一些行動,可見此處需要選一個可以表到时候示轉折的句子,故選B。
                      4.[選詞填空]________
                        • 解題思路:第二段開頭說到本地報紙所刚才寫的幾乎全是當地讀者感興趣的事件,聯系上下文,選項D“內容自然也受到它們所服務的社區的影響”符合邏輯。故選D。
                        5.[選詞填空]________
                          • 解題思路:第三段開頭說“The editor must never forget that the successof any newspaper depends on advertisin9…”.因此編輯也要獲得商人的好感,所以選G來體現出這種←因果關系。