106年三等行政警察專業英文考題分析

2017/07/12
106年三等行政警察專業英文考題分析
在國家考試中,英文常被考生認為是一個最無力、最難以提升分數的科目。除了死背單字外,似乎找不到其他更好

在國家考試中,英文常被考生認為是一個最無力、最難以提升分數的科目。除了死背單字外,似乎找不到其他更好的辦法。其實,一個語言的運用,必要的記憶是不可或缺的。然而,語法結構的完整以及常用詞彙的運用,更是重中之重。

警察專業英文就是按照警察特考的題型來進行分類,因此全書共有六大單元:文法、字彙、會話、克漏字、閱讀測驗以及106年精選試題。內容針對警政管理勤務、刑事司法勤務及警察科技勤務會話,加上警政及科技專業英文,並涵蓋跨國犯罪、販運、國境控管、移民、恐怖主義、國土安全、執法、警察職務、犯防途徑、資訊執法、資訊管理、電腦犯罪、鑑識科學論理等方面。

所有的題目都是近年各項警察特考的英文試題,加上作者精闢的講解以及行雲流水般的中文翻譯,讓考生從練習中逐漸了解句型結構及相關之文法觀念,進而建立信心、舉一反三。

挑戰任何考試,英文絕對都是關鍵的科目。所以要學好英文,一定要養成每天閱讀的習慣,不斷地加深印象。現在,就跟著英銘老師的腳步,一起突破原有的瓶頸,讓自己的英文實力突飛猛進吧!

【106年三等行政警察專業英文考題分析】

前面的翻譯並不算艱深困難,如果注意時事,像Viral video(網路爆紅影片)、霸凌(bully)、身心障礙(physical and mental disabilities),應該常常看見。

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在書中有多處提到,例如P.123第30題

42

在書中有多處提到,例如P.93第29題

43

正確答案是今年新增單字,但(B)(C)(D)在書中皆有提到

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正確答案是今年新增單字,但(A)(B)(C)在書中皆有提到

45

在書中有多處提到,例如P.55第18題

46

在書中有多處提到,例如P.97第3題

47

正確答案是今年新增片語

48

在書中有多處提到,例如P.74第23題

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在書中有多處提到,例如P.97第2題

50

正確答案是今年新增片語

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正確答案是今年新增單字

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正確答案是今年新增片語

53

在書中有多處提到,例如P.140第17題

54

在書中有多處提到,例如P.73第4題

55

正確答案是今年新增單字,但(A)(C)(D)在書中皆有提到

56

在書中有多處提到,例如P.81第29題

57

only這個字太普遍了,在書中有多處提到

58 ~ 60

閱讀測驗並不難,文章中有許多單字,在書中都有提到

以上內容擷取自 1G009-警察專業英文-2018警察特考三四等<保成>(作者:英銘)作者序

106年公務人員特種考試警察人員、一般警察人員考試及106年特種考試交通事業鐵路人員、退除役軍人轉任公務人員考試試題

考試別:警察人員考試等 別:三等考試

類科別:行政警察人員、外事警察人員(選試英語)、刑事警察人員、公共安全人員、犯罪防治人員預防組、交通警察人員交通組、警察資訊管理人員、刑事鑑識人員、國境警察人員、警察法制人員、行政管理人員

科目:中華民國憲法與警察專業英文

考試時間:2小時

一、英譯中:請將下列英文翻譯成中文(10 分)

“Viral video” is one of those buzzwords that gets thrown around a lot. A few years ago, a video online could be considered “viral” if it hit a million views, but today, only if it gets more than 5 million views in a 3–7 day period can it be considered“viral”.
二、中譯英:請將下列中文翻譯成英文(15 分)

在13歲到18歲的青少年當中,有百分之二十二左右的人在學校曾遭到霸凌,而診斷出有身心障礙的孩子可能遭到霸凌或騷擾的比例大概是兩到三倍。有些地方正在辯論是否將校園霸凌判定為犯罪行為。

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The name polygraph comes from the fact that the machine records several different body _____ simultaneously as the individual is questioned.
(A)responses     (B)impulses         (C)positions        (D)organs

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The police will need to capture demographic information to _____ crime trends.
(A)mention         (B)monitor           (C)mobilize          (D)medicate

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_____ is the act of a person who, on more than one occasion, follows, pursues or harasses another person, causing the victim to feel endangered or distressed.
(A)Stalking         (B)Striking           (C)Stealing          (D)Spelling

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All of the following are symptoms of post-traumatic stress syndrome except _____.
(A)headaches     (B)nightmares      (C)anxiety           (D)euphoria

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45

The use of science to answer legal questions is known as _____.
(A)toxicology     (B)criminology     (C)forensics        (D)symbiosis

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_____ is the condition of habitually using a narcotic drug having lost the power of self-control with respect to it.
(A)Addiction       (B)Psychological screening  
(C)Physical dependence                (D)Tolerance

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Police agencies across Michigan are going to be stepping _____ drunk driving enforcement in the coming months.
(A)of                  (B)for                  (C)to                   (D)up

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Security and intelligence agencies that generally operate undercover have played an increasingly important role in combating _____, especially since the September 11 attacks in the United States in 2001.
(A)tournament    (B)tourism           (C)terrorism         (D)territorialism

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49

Many of the Pacific Ocean’s island nations with only a few thousand citizens and no major industries are limited in preventing their economies from becoming staging grounds for _____ crime syndicates.
(A)transcultural   (B)intercultural     (C)institutional     (D)transnational

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50

A person can waive constitutionally provided protections against unreasonable searches and seizures and allow an officer to search home, person, and property. Such a search is known as _____.
(A)consent search                        (B)plain view search
(C)stop and frisk                           (D)search incident to an arrest

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51

Policing is most often performed by the public _____ forces that patrol public spaces, often in marked cars, and whose members wear a uniform.
(A)congressional                          (B)constabulary
(C)constitutional                            (D)continental

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52

Methods to prevent workplace harassment include all but _____.
(A)policy development                  (B)negative discipline
(C)training                                     (D)supervision

We take all personal crimes very seriously and will record and investigate this __53__ even if you do not want to give your details. However, you must know that the investigation and ability to __54__ the suspect(s) is severely limited if the police cannot contact you. You may specify how you are contacted and if contacting you would cause you any difficulties. We will not pass on your details without your consent and would ask you to consider giving your details __55__. Once submitted, our Contact Handlers will review the form’s contents within 24 hours, __56__ the risk and take appropriate action. Please be assured that we will __57__ contact you if you have given us permission to do so.

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(A)defense         (B)detention        (C)offence          (D)offer

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(A)project           (B)produce          (C)protect           (D)prosecute

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(A)contently       (B)confidentially  (C)conversely      (D)consistently

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(A)assess          (B)allow              (C)appoint           (D)approach

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(A)simply           (B)only                (C)naturally          (D)barely

When the New York Police Department (NYPD) was established in 1845, Mayor Isaac Varian expressed the hope that the city’s peace officers would be “but a part of the citizens” rather than outsiders. To that end, each ward had its own police station, while policemen were required to live in the precinct. Local control was a political necessity of the time, but with the department established, localism began a long decline. The residency requirement was never strictly enforced, but at first, two-thirds to three-fourths of the police lived in the ward in which they worked. After the requirement was abolished in 1857, the number of local residents dropped to less than half. Regardless of the rules, practical considerations dictated living near the workplace since mass transit was limited and expensive.


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58

What would be the most appropriate title for the passage?
(A)At the Heart of the Insistence (B)The Political Necessity
(C)New York City’s Peace Officers  
(D)The Patrolman’s Own Neighborhood

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59

According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?
(A)NYPD was established more than 170 years ago.
(B)Local control was a political necessity in the middle of 19th century.
(C)Since the residency requirement was enforced, two-thirds to    three-fourths of the police lived in the ward in which they worked.
(D)The cost of transportation was one of the reasons why the police would like to live near their workplace.

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According to the passage, what is the most likely percentage of the NYPD officers living in the precinct they worked in the second half of the 19th century?
(A)3/4                (B)1/4                 (C)3/5                 (D)4/5

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