文意選填

註: 如果您的銀幕太窄無法同時顯示答案與其所屬的空格,導致無法用滑鼠將答案「直接拖放」到正確的空格上,可先將答案「間接拖放」到任何看到的空格,再往正確的空格方向拖放。或是縮小網頁瀏覽器的字體:鍵盤按住 Crtl 再按 "-"(減)、滑鼠按住 Crtl 再 Scroll down;放大時按住 Crtl 再按 "+"(加),滑鼠按住 Crtl 再 Scroll up。

請將正確答案拖放到適當的空格內,再按Solve鈕看結果。

文意選填 (93學年度指定科目考試)
請仔細閱讀後,依據文意選出最適合各空格的選項。

Junior Achievement was started in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1919 by Horace A. Moses. Mr. Moses, who had been a poor farm boy, had worked his way up to become one of the   industrialists in the United States. He was concerned that so many of the young people   for positions with his firm knew absolutely nothing about the way a corporation is run. As a solution to this problem, he   Junior Achievement, Inc.

In essence, Junior Achievement is an organization that gives high-school boys and girls a chance to become part of the operation of a   corporation while still in school. Every September, students are   the opportunity to join Junior Achievement through the co-operation of local school systems. Some students make products that range in size from earrings to quite   furniture for the home. Others produce weekly radio and television shows or operate banks, accounting  , and advertising agencies.

Junior Achievement   range in size from those in the big cities, like New York and Los Angeles, to those in small towns with a   of a few thousand. Each program   with the size of the area and the amount of industrial and business activity in the city.

applying elaborate firms founded leading miniature offered population programs varies