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1.With the exception of southwestern Chile,( )is quite wet, the southwestern part of the continent doesn’t get enough rain.
A、thatB、whereC、whenD、which
【答案】:D

2.The moose turned suddenly and( )straight into the dog team.
A、traveledB、changedC、chargedD、chained
【答案】:C

3.I dropped out during the second year. If I( ), I( )a lot of money eventually.
A、have finished, would have madeB、had finished, would have madeC、finished, will makeD、finish, would have made
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4.580电大代做网版权所有Until fairly recently, the fork( )in Europe.
A、has not completely acceptedB、is completely not acceptedC、didn’t completely acceptD、was not completely accepted
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5.Fork-users have historically been( )the minority.
A、onB、atC、inD、with
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6.Auto racing must be really exciting. Some people keep( )it even after they get injured.
A、doB、doneC、doingD、to do
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7.580电大代做网版权所有He( )he has seen some very serious accidents.
A、advisesB、admitsC、considersD、believes
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8.John( )a new time record for the 100-meter race.
A、setB、putC、takeD、get
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9.( )a man, holding the bear with a long leash.
A、Following would be behindB、Would be following behindC、Behind following would beD、Following behind would be
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10.580电大代做网版权所有Although( ), the pain relievers are not without problems.
A、efficientB、effectiveC、effectualD、effortless
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11.You( )all those calculations! We have a computer to do that sort of thing.
A、needn’t have doneB、shouldn’t have doneC、must not have doneD、can not have done
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12.We want especially to thank the( )friends who gave us encouragement.
A、numerousB、nutritiousC、ridiculousD、anxious
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13.580电大代做网版权所有If you are hungry, I’ll get a sandwich( ) for you.
A、to send upB、send upC、sent upD、sending up
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14.Have they achieved the American dream – are they on( )street?
A、goodB、easyC、richD、simple
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15.When it was all over, both men spoke as if there( )a serious problem.
A、hadn’t beenB、isn’tC、haven’t beenD、wasn’t
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16.580电大代做网版权所有The word laser( )”light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”.
A、stand byB、stands forC、stand inD、stand out
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17.A Japanese couple( )us over for dinner next week.
A、haveB、is havingC、hadD、have had
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18.The meeting( )to discuss the fate of a part of the Everglades in south Florida in 1920.
A、has calledB、calledC、was calledD、had called
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19.580电大代做网版权所有Butcher reached for the handgun usually( )in the sled, but couldn’t find it.
A、keepingB、to be keptC、keptD、to keep
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20.W. A. Mozart will be( )as one of history’s most famous child prodigies.
A、memorizedB、forgotC、rememberedD、reminded
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21.A person( )with a laser can aim this coherent light,( )a laser beam, in any direction.
A、work; callB、working; calledC、working; callD、worked; calling
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22.580电大代做网版权所有He is one of the most( ) rock climbers in the whole town.
A、experiencedB、explainedC、explodedD、experimented
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23.A number of history’s most famous prodigies had something ( ).
A、on averageB、at lastC、in commonD、at present
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24.She is( )deaf, but if you speak a little louder, it should be OK for her.
A、slightlyB、severelyC、smartlyD、politely
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25.580电大代做网版权所有Susan called her sled team to a quick halt in the( )of night, and they couldn’t see where the strange voice came from.
A、redB、blackC、angerD、shade
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26.All the students are required to attend the two-day( )program so that they can have a complete understanding of the university they are admitted to.
A、orientationB、accomplishmentC、enthusiasmD、independence
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27.Scientists will( )new methods of increasing the world’s food supply
A、set asideB、go overC、turn upD、come up with
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28.580电大代做网版权所有All the world is( )three parts – finger-feeders, chopstick-feeders, and fork-feeders.
A、fall intoB、separate fromC、broken upD、divided into
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29.( )some excitement into his life, he spends many weekends and vocations white-water canoeing.
A、To putB、PuttingC、PutD、Being put
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30.Although Mary is satisfied with her success, she wonders( )will happen to her private life.
A、howB、whoC、whatD、that
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31.580电大代做网版权所有A Portuguese princess went to the trouble of getting zebras because she thought they would look pretty pulling the royal children in a little carriage. 可以翻译为:葡萄牙的一位公主遇到麻烦弄来斑马,因为她认为,她们会很漂亮,拉着皇家子女坐在小马车上。 ( )

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32.They often have parents who seem to be trying to realize their own ambitions through their amazing children.可以翻译为:神童的父母亲往往是那些想通过他们神奇的孩子来实现自己的愿望的人。( )

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33.She may have perceived the dog team to be a pack of wolves. 最符合原文的译文是:她很可能把这只狗队当作一群野狼。( )

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34.580电大代做网版权所有Although effective, these pain relievers are not without problems. 可以翻译为:虽然这些止痛药很有效,服用它们没问题。 ( )

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35.People living in the village haven’t met their ends yet. 可以翻译为:这个村的村民仍旧过着入不敷出的生活。( )

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36.God would not have given us fingers if he had wished us to use such an instrument. 最符合原文的译文是:上帝如果希望我们用这样一种工具吃饭的话就不会给我们手指了。( )

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37.580电大代做网版权所有A scientific discovery is often made long before someone is able to put it to use.可以翻译为:任何科学发现往往都是经过很长的时间才被推广使用。 ( )

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38.Although many risk-takers see hang gliding as the most dangerous sport of all, Weigel feels hang gliders should not be regarded as thrill seekers.可以翻译为:即便许多冒险者都认为这项运动是所有运动中最危险的,Weigel觉得悬挂式滑翔者不应被看成是寻求刺激的人。 ( )

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39.Lasers have also made a big difference in the way telephones work. 可以翻译为:激光在电话的工作方式上有很大的不同。( )

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40.580电大代做网版权所有A laser beam can completely destroy a cancerous growth without leaving behind any dangerous cancer cells that could start a new tumor. 可以翻译为:激光光束可以彻底毁灭癌变的组织,不会留下任何可能产生新的癌变的细胞。 ( )

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41.Most Americans believe that good education is quite necessary to democracy and social progress. Even during their colonial time the settlers attached great importance to setting up schools for their children, because these puritans(清教徒) were firm believers in education. They tried hard to establish enough schools for their children. The schools were not only to teach children how to read, write and calculate but also to train clergymen(教士,牧师). The first college, Harvard, was set up in Massachusetts in 1636. Soon after, the colonial government passed a law requiring every town of more than 40 families to have a school and school master. By the mid-eighteenth century several well-known colleges were founded, including Columbia in New York and Princeton in New Jersey. They were used to train young people. Education did not develop very fast in the South where big plantation(农场) owners did not want to build schools for the children of the poor workers and slaves. Children from rich families usually went to England for higher education. This was one the reasons why the South developed more slowly than the North. Colonial schools laid the foundation for American educational system in which all the American schools were left to the care of communities or local authority. Compulsory education has been carried out and primary and secondary education has been open to American children free of charge for many years.1、Education in most Americans’eyes is( ).A、quite necessary for social development and democracyB、important only for the earliest settlersC、good as they have many famous universitiesD、the basis of working hard2、Which of the following was not a task of school?A、To train clergymenB、To teach children how to read and writeC、To teach children mathsD、To send children to British universities3、The South America developed slowly because( ).A、children in the south went to England for higher educationB、there were not many rich people in the southC、not all rich children in the south had chances to go to school in EnglandD、education developed quite slowly in the south4、American educational system was built( ).A、on the basis of colonial educational systemB、after some famous colleges were foundedC、by churches as they hoped to train more clergymenD、when many children from rich families went to England5、Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?A、Princeton University was founded around 1750s.B、Colombia University was built in 1636.C、Harvard University was founded by the American government.D、A law was passed by the American government that a school should be built in every town.
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42.In 1605 some Englishmen planned to kill their king, James I, because they thought he was a bad man. They knew that on November 5th the King would go to the House of Lords (上议院) to talk with his nobles.The men rented a building next to the House of Lords. They dug through a wall and put many barrels of gunpowder in a cellar (地下室) of the House of Lords. They chose a man called Guy Fawkes to set fire to the gunpowder but something went wrong with their plan. One of the men had a relative who was coming to the House of Lords to meet the King. He warned his relative to stay at home. The relative spoke to other nobles and soon the King heard about the danger. Soldiers searched the cellars and found the gunpowder on November 4th ,Guy Fawkes was caught and killed.Every year, on November 5th, English children remember Guy Fawkes. They collect old boxes, newspapers and rubbish so that they can make a big fire, which they call a bonfire. They put a pole in the middle of the fire and tie a “guy”to it. “The guy” is the figure of Guy Fawkes and is made of old clothes and paper. Sometimes they push their “guy” round the streets in a cart and ask for money so that they can buy fireworks.In the evening they light the bonfire and let off many fireworks: crackers, rockets, bangers and many other kinds. November 5th is an exciting day for children in England. It is always a busy day for firemen and for hospitals. Sparks from the bonfires sometimes set fire to fences, trees or houses. Every year children are injured when fireworks exploded unexpectedly.1、Some Englishmen planned to kill their king because( ).A、they thought highly of himB、they thought poorly of himC、they thought nothing of himD、they thought well of him2、Something went wrong with their plan because one of the men( ).A、told the King about itB、told other nobles about itC、told his relative about itD、Guy Fawkes was killed3、How do English children remember Guy Fawkes every year? ( )A、They make a bonfireB、They make the figure of GuyC、They let off fireworksD、All above4、yThe phrase “let off many fireworks” in the passage means( ).A、allow the fireworks to leaveB、cause the fireworks to explodeC、keep the fireworks off the bonfireD、put the fireworks into the bonfire5、November 5th is a busy day for firemen because( ).A、fireworks are in great needB、houses sometimes catch fire when fireworks explodeC、children may be injured by the unexpected explosion of fireworksD、both B and C
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43.580电大代做网版权所有Cold water makes the blood vessels contract,( )eases this pressure on the nerves.
A、thatB、whichC、whereD、what
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44.People have eaten with their fingers for most of human( ).
A、assistanceB、existenceC、persistenceD、resistance
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45.It had to be done, otherwise I( )it.
A、would have doneB、hadn’t doneC、wouldn’t have doneD、had done
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46.580电大代做网版权所有The thief took away the woman’s wallet without( ).
A、being seenB、seeingC、him seeingD、seeing him
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47.When the pair reached the top, they were met by Wellman’s girlfriend and a(n)( ) crowd of news reporters.
A、adjustingB、appointingC、admiringD、advancing
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48.Students growing up directly from nursery school to college may( )dealing with realities.
A、graduate fromB、have troubleC、work againstD、had better
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49.580电大代做网版权所有Beginners are expected to be familiar with the( )of the reading material before they come to the class.
A、conditionB、conceptC、contestD、content
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50.For centuries, people have been amazed by children of unusual( ).
A、templeB、talentC、targetD、length
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51.You played so well. You( )a lot.
A、do not practiceB、must have practicedC、may have practicedD、mustn’t have practiced
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52.580电大代做网版权所有He kept( )to his parents.
A、putting off to writeB、to put off to writeC、putting off writingD、to put off writing
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53.If one needs a lift over some obstacle that seems impossible to get beyond, the other won’t leave until the obstacle is( ).
A、correctedB、conqueredC、contrastedD、completed
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54.The( )of mankind has taken thousands of years.
A、realizationB、circumstanceC、civilizationD、circulation
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55.580电大代做网版权所有The price is usually( )into as many as twenty smaller, yearly payments instead of one huge payment.
A、caught upB、broken inC、counted onD、broken down
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56.You played so well. You( )a lot.
A、do not practiceB、must have practicedC、may have practicedD、mustn’t have practiced
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57.Dennis Joyce is a 30-year( ) of an electric company in New York.
A、embroideryB、employeeC、employmentD、enjoyment
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58.580电大代做网版权所有People who( )risky sports usually have several things in common.
A、participate inB、take inC、look intoD、give in
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59.He( )the bottle he put on the top of the shelf on Friday, but couldn’t find it.
A、reached forB、arrived atC、figured outD、dealt with
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60.As more and more states set up lottery games, more and more people( )to buy a ticket and a dream.
A、rushB、messC、hushD、miss
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61.580电大代做网版权所有”This has happened before,” she thought( )”We’ll deal with it.”
A、theoreticallyB、mysticallyC、pessimisticallyD、optimistically
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62.Sometimes during banquets, snakes would glide over the tables and among the guests who( ).
A、eatB、have eatenC、ateD、were eating
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63.Charlie( )his trip to London because he couldn’t get a passport in time.
A、have canceledB、has to cancelC、must cancelD、had to cancel
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64.580电大代做网版权所有God( )us fingers if he( )us to use such an instrument.
A、does not give; wishesB、had not given; had wishedC、would not have given; had wishedD、would not have given; would wish
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65.Our English teacher always emphasizes the importance of learning new words in context rather than learning each of them( ).
A、individuallyB、exclusivelyC、approximatelyD、supposedly
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66.Incoherent light, like the light from the sun or the light bulb,( )from its source in all direction.
A、move awayB、moving awayC、moves awayD、moved away
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67.580电大代做网版权所有The hungry headache, caused by a drop in the blood-sugar( ), can be a real problem for people not eating enough at mealtimes.
A、damageB、bankC、supplyD、contribution
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68.Until fairly recently, the fork( )in Europe.
A、has not completely acceptedB、is completely not acceptedC、didn’t completely acceptD、was not completely accepted
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69.Mr Johnson( )a teacher who had done similar projects in the same field.
A、dealt withB、told offC、led toD、told of
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70.580电大代做网版权所有The fork made its way to Western tables several hundred years later, but it was not immediately accepted.最符合原文的译文是:叉子是几百年后才被摆上西方人的餐桌的,但是并没有被马上接受。( )

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71.Generally speaking the feeling of both the public and the experts goes against keeping bears in the backyard or lions in the living room. 可以翻译为:不过,无论是专家还是社会公众对在家里饲养巨大宠物的做法都持反对意见。 ( )

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72.Many children, as they enter adolescence, begin to turn to other teenagers for affection, encouragement, and a sense of belonging.可以翻译为:许多孩子在进入青春期时,就开始转向其他有友情、鼓励和归属感的青少年伙伴那里。 ( )

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73.580电大代做网版权所有He was soon in jail for writing a bad check. 可以翻译为:他就因为写坏支票而入狱。( )

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74.And almost all of them look down on sports like tennis and golf. 可以翻译为:还有,他们几乎所有人都在看象网球和高尔夫球这样的体育活动。( )

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75.Wellman gets himself up the rope through upper body strength alone. 可以翻译为:他只能依靠自己上半身的力量来攀上绳索。( )

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76.580电大代做网版权所有Most people have found themselves daydreaming about winning a million dollars – as a solution to their money problems or as a path to happiness and a life of luxury. 可以翻译为:许多人察觉自己总是梦想着赢得百万钞票,总以为这样就能解决因为缺钱带来的各种问题,就能过上富足而快乐的生活。 ( )

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77.Her instincts may have told her that she was too weak to escape by running. 可以翻译为:也许它的本能告诉它,自己太虚弱,而逃脱了。 ( )

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78.They managed to escape safely, except for the cuts on Joan’s bare feet. 可以翻译为:他们总算安全逃脱,因为琼的光脚给划破了。( )

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79.580电大代做网版权所有He is one of the growing number of Americans who in recent years have taken up dangerous sports to fill their leisure hours.可以翻译为:他是近些年越来越多的从事危险的体育活动来充实闲暇时间的美国人之一。 ( )

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80.Banks are not ordinarily prepared to pay out all accounts; they rely on depositors (储户) not to demand payment all at the same time. If depositors should come to fear that a bank is not safe, that it cannot pay off all its depositors, then that fear might cause all the depositors to appear on the same day. If they did, the bank could not pay all accounts. However, if they did not all appear at once, then there would always be enough money to pay those who wanted their money when they wanted it. Mrs. Elsie Vaught has told us of a terrifying bank run that she experienced. One day in December of 1925 several banks failed to open in a city where Mrs. Vaught lived. The other banks expected a run the next day, and so the officers of the bank in which Mrs Vaught worked as a teller had enough money on hand to pay off their depositors. The officers simply told the tellers to pay on demand. The next morning a crowd gathered in the bank and on the sidewalk outside. The length of the line made many think that the bank could not possibly pay off everyone. People began to push and then to fight for places near the tellers’ windows. The power of the panic atmosphere was such that two tellers, though they knew that the bank was quite all right and could pay all depositors, drew their own money from the bank. Mrs Vaught says that she had difficulty keeping herself from doing the same.1、A bank run happens when( ).A、a bank is closed for one or more daysB、too many depositors try to draw out their money at one timeC、there is not enough money to pay all its depositors at one timeD、tellers of a bank take their own money from the bank2、The tellers in Mrs. Vaught’s bank were told to( ).A、explain why they could not pay out all accountsB、pay out accounts as requestedC、make the depositors believe that the bank was safeD、pay out money as slowly as possible3、The main cause of a bank run is( ).A、loss of confidenceB、lack of moneyC、crowds of peopleD、inexperienced tellers4、Which of the following did Mrs. Vaught say?( ).A、She knew that the bank was not sound.B、She feared that too many depositors drawing their money would close the bank.C、She was not able to draw out her money.D、She was tempted to draw out her money.5、According to the passage, the actions of the depositors of Mrs. Vaught’s bank were affected mainly by the( ).A、ease with which they could get their moneyB、confidence that Mrs. Vaught showedC、failure of several other banks to openD、confidence shown by other depositors of the bank
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81.Silicon Valley is a magnet to which numerous talented engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs (企业家)from overseas flock to in search of fame,fast money and to participate in a technological revolution whose impact on mankind will surely surpass the epoch-making European Renaissance(文艺复兴)and Industrial Revolution of the bygone age. With the rapid spread of the Internet and the relentless technological innovations generated through it, the information era is truly upon us, profoundly influencing and changing not only our lifestyle, but also the way we work, do business, think and communicate with others. It is noteworthy that close to 50% of its skilled manpower,including engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs,come from Asia. Prominent among them are Indians and Chinese, and not a few Singaporeans. Intellectual challenges aside, it is a common practice for start-ups to offer generous share options to employees in order to attract the right talent into their holds. This is a powerful incentive to motivate the staff to do their utmost and to share in the company’s prosperity if it reaches its goal. Many regard this as the foundation of a successful enterprise.1、Why is Silicon Valley compared with a magnet? Because ( ).A、The Internet.B、The rapid spread of the InternetC、The information eraD、Our lifestyle2、Which of the following is NOT mentioned about how the children celebrated the Halloween some years ago?( )。A、Dressing up in strange and frightening costumes.B、Playing tricks on one’s neighbors friends.C、Throwing bits of corn on the window panes.D、Breaking the neighbors’windows.3、What does “its” in 3rd paragraph mean?A、Silicon Valley’sB、the Internet’sC、Asia’sD、America’s4、Which of the following is NOT TRUE about the common practice for start-ups?A、Intellectual challenges.B、Generous share options.C、Sharing in the company’s prosperity.D、A successful enterprise.5、The main idea of the passage is ( ).A、Silicon Valley’s successB、the information era upon usC、Intellectual challengesD、practice of successful enterprises
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82.580电大代做网版权所有Unfortunately, all the sewage( )off into the river.
A、drawsB、drivesC、dropsD、drains
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83.The second and third floors( )onto the first floor, trapping and killing many residents.
A、collapsedB、escapedC、destroyedD、concluded
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84.It’s already two o’clock in the afternoon and you have( ) much work to do( )go out for lunch.
A、not only…but alsoB、too…toC、neither…norD、either…or
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85.580电大代做网版权所有The bear belonged( )King Henry III.
A、inB、forC、toD、on
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86.I( )meet Richard in the library last week.
A、applied toB、occurred toC、attached toD、happened to
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87.A scientific discovery is often made long before someone is able to put it to( ).
A、usageB、useC、broken upD、used
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88.580电大代做网版权所有Wellman was there for his able-bodied friend early in the climb when pieces of rock( ).
A、gave wayB、have given wayC、give wayD、are giving way
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89.Henry wanted to save money, so he had the bear( )its own food.
A、to catchB、catchC、catchingD、caught
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90.Laser light is created by a process( )stimulated emission.
A、calledB、callingC、is callingD、is called
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91.580电大代做网版权所有Didn’t you go into a cave when it( )?
A、has rainedB、rainsC、had rainedD、was raining
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92.I( )three miles when I( )a pain in my side.
A、haven’t even gone; gotB、hadn’t even gone; gotC、had even gone; gotD、haven’t gone; have got
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93.Next time you have a headache,( )rushing to the drugstore, you might want to try one of these natural remedies.
A、replace ofB、instead ofC、without regard toD、inform of
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94.580电大代做网版权所有Her grandparents lost everything during the( )in the thirties.
A、reservationB、revelationC、resolutionD、revolution
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95.The traffic accident might have been caused by( ).
A、rescue teamsB、medical literatureC、drunken drivingD、physical therapy
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96.How far was he( )for what had happened?
A、responsibleB、reliableC、respectiveD、respectable
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97.580电大代做网版权所有Instead of watching where I( ), I was busy( ).
A、go… daydreamingB、was going…daydreamingC、went… daydreamtD、was going … to daydream
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98.God( )us fingers if he( )us to use such an instrument.
A、does not give; wishesB、had not given; had wishedC、would not have given; had wishedD、would not have given; would wish
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99.I( )for you in the parking lot when you come out of the theater.
A、will be waitingB、am waitingC、have waitedD、was waiting
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100.580电大代做网版权所有A Japanese couple( )us over for dinner next week.
A、haveB、is havingC、hadD、have had
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101.Thanks largely to Douglas, that part of the Everglades remains ( ).
A、unchangingB、unchangedC、to be changedD、to change
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102.He was 22 when he slipped while( )and fell 50 feet.
A、climbB、climbedC、climbingD、to climb
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103.580电大代做网版权所有Some people in South America( ) rain.
A、are used toB、used toC、use toD、are use to
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104.Not only( )pets, they made them do strange things for their entertainment.
A、kept rich peopleB、rich people did keepC、did rich people keepD、rich people kept
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105.The states view lotteries as a way to make money, since only about half of what they take in is given back as prize money. 可以翻译为:各州把彩票业看成是一种赚钱的办法,因为骗人的钱只有一半是作为奖金返给获奖者的。( )

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106.580电大代做网版权所有In all, the national and state governments have committed $ 800 million to undo the damage they helped cause.可以翻译为:美国政府和州政府承诺共计投资8亿美元来抹杀掉他们过去的破坏。( )

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107.They are the sort of friends who are so close they trust each other with their lives.可以翻译为:他们是那种亲密无间的朋友,能够互相以生命相依托。( )

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108.Dangerous animals were tamed and then permitted to walk freely through the houses of the rich. 译文:在富人的家里经常有被驯服的凶猛的野兽自由自在来回走动。( )

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109.580电大代做网版权所有When we’re in love, it takes less stimulation to give us pleasure. 可以翻译为:在我们坠入爱河的时候,我们会产生很少刺激产生快乐感。( )

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110.Dr Li was sick today, and Ms Zhang filled in for him. 可以翻译为:今天,李医生病了,张女士来代替他。 ( )

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111.Don’t you find it upsetting to reduce an emotion like love to a chemical equation? 可以翻译为:你不认为将爱情这种情感降低为一种化学方程式有些扫兴吗?( )

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112.580电大代做网版权所有People in the United States spend over $2 billion a year on nonprescription pain relievers. 可以翻译为:在美国,人们每年花在非处方止痛药上的开支共计20多亿美元。( )

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113.The preacher thought the fork was evil and called it a diabolical luxury.可以翻译为:这位牧师认为叉子是邪恶的,把它叫做奢侈品。 ( )

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114.If you asked people today why they used the telephone to communicate with their friends or why they turned to the television for entertainment, they would look at you as if you were crazy. We don’t think about a telephone or a television or a car as being rare. These things have become such an essential part of life that they are no longer noticed, let alone remarked upon. In the same way, within a decade no one will notice the World Wide Web. It will just be there, an essential part of life. It will be a reflex to turn to the Web for shopping, education, entertainment and communication, just as it is natural today to pick up the telephone to talk to someone. There is an enormous interest in the Web. Yet it is still in its infancy (婴儿期). The technology and the speed of response are leaping forward. This will move more and more people to the Web as part of their everyday lives. Eventually, everyone’s business card will have an electronic mail address. Every lawyer, every doctor and every business – from large to small – will be connected. To predict that it will take over ten years for these changes to happen is probably pessimistic. We usually overestimate what we can do in two years and underestimate what we can do in ten. The Web will be as much a way of life as the car by 2008. Probably before.1、What is implied in Paragraph 1?A、Only mad people would ask questions about telephones, TV sets and cars.B、We don’t usually ask people why they use the telephone, television and car.C、Today televisions and cars are no longer as important as they used to be.D、In some places, telephones, televisions and cars are still rare things.2、According to the text, in ten years’ time the Web will( ).A、have become part of people’s everyday lifeB、be as cheap as the telephone of todayC、have lost its interest to peopleD、no longer be an infant3、The word “reflex” in Paragraph 2 probably means( ).A、automatic, unthinking actB、something one is thinking overC、reflection of other people’s opinionD、turning from the source4、Technology for the Web( ).A、has passed its infancyB、is developing at a very rapid rateC、has naturally moved more people togetherD、is responding to the challenge of the world5、Which of the following statements is NOT true?A、The development of the Web has just started.B、It will probably take less than ten years for the Web to become common.C、Eventually the Web will be able to link all businesses together.D、We are usually too optimistic when we talk about what we can do in ten years.
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115.In 1939 two brothers, Mac and Dick McDonald, started a drive-in restaurant in San Bernadino, California. They carefully chose a busy corner for their location. They had run their own businesses for years, first a theater, then a barbecue restaurant. then another drive-in. But in their new operation, they offered a new, shortened menu: French fries, hamburgers, and sodas. To this small selection they added one new concept: quick service, no waiters or waitresses, and no tips. Their hamburgers sold for fifteen cents. Cheese was another four cents. Their French fries and hamburgers had a remarkable uniformity, for the brothers had developed a strict routine for the preparation of their food, and they insisted on their cooks’ sticking to their routine. Their new drive-in became incredibly popular, particularly for lunch. People drove up by the hundreds during the busy noontime. The self-service restaurant was so popular that the brothers had allowed ten copies of their restaurant to be opened. They were content with this modest success until they met Ray Kroc. Kroc was a salesman who met the McDonald brothers in 1954, when he was selling milkshake-mixing machines. He quickly saw the unique appeal of the brothers’ fast-food restaurants and bought the right to franchise other copies of their restaurants. The agreement struck included the right to duplicate the menu. The equipment, even their red and white buildings with the golden arches.    Today McDonald’s is really a household name. Its names for its sandwiches have come to mean hamburger in the decades since the day Ray Kroc watched people rush up to order fifteen-cent hamburgers. In 1976, McDonald’s had over $ 1 billion in total sales. Its first twenty-two years is one of the most incredible success stories in modern American business history.1、This passage mainly talks about( ).A、the development of fast food servicesB、how McDonald’s became a billion-dollar businessC、the business careers of Mac and Dick McDonaldD、Ray Kroc’s business talent2、Mac and Dick managed all of the following businesses except( ).A、a drive-inB、a cinemaC、a theaterD、a barbecue restaurant3、We may infer from this passage that( ).A、Mac and Dick McDonald never became wealthy for they sold their idea to KrocB、The location the McDonalds chose was the only source of the great popularity of their drive-inC、Forty years ago there were numerous fast-food restaurantsD、Ray Kroc was a good businessman4、The passage suggests that( ).A、creativity is an important element of business successB、Ray Kroc was the close partner of the McDonald brothersC、Mac and Dick McDonald became broken after they sold their ideas to Ray KrocD、California is the best place to go into business5、As used in the second sentence of the third paragraph, the word “unique” means( ).A、specialB、attractiveC、financialD、peculiar
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116.Scientist discovered how to( )atoms decades before the invention of atomic bomb.
A、splitB、breakC、destroyD、tear
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117.I( ) the reasons for your anxiety, Mr Brown.
A、appointB、appreciateC、applaudD、approach
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118.580电大代做网版权所有He treated me as if( )his own son.
A、I amB、I would beC、I wasD、I were
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119.She( )waited until they had finished, and then, she began to speak calmly but firmly.
A、peculiarlyB、patheticallyC、perfectlyD、patiently
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120.I( )at the same job for fifteen years, and one day I just woke up and said, “Enough!”
A、have been workingB、have workedC、had workedD、had been working
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121.580电大代做网版权所有With your business sense, you( )a chain of restaurants in five yours.
A、manageB、will have managedC、are managingD、will be managing
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122.Their( )served each of them well over the two brutal weeks they struggled up the mountain.
A、disabilityB、possibilityC、congratulationsD、friendship
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123.They are the sort of friends who are so close they( )each other with their lives.
A、dependB、forgiveC、trustD、believe
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124.580电大代做网版权所有I( )to ask you something, but I’ve never seen you for the last few months.
A、have meantB、am meaningC、have been meaningD、mean
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125.Nowhere else in the world( ) more attractive scenery than in Switzerland.
A、you can findB、is foundC、can you findD、has been found
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126.When he was 20, John Stuart Mill( )a serious mental crisis.
A、suppliedB、surprisedC、sufferedD、suggested
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127.580电大代做网版权所有She( )for twenty months until they finally( )to see her.
A、patiently waited …cameB、patiently waited … had comeC、had patiently waited … cameD、had patiently waited … had come
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128.Fifteen is a little young to( )a serious long-distance relationship.
A、talk down toB、be pressed intoC、be convinced ofD、be involved in
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129.When she stood up to speak, her red straw fighting hat firmly( )place, the crowd began to boo her.
A、atB、withC、inD、on
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130.580电大代做网版权所有The disaster left at least 55 people dead, destroyed or damaged thousands of homes, brought down major highways, and ruptured gas and water mains. 可以翻译为:这场灾难造成了至少55人死亡,摧毁破坏了成千上万所房屋,破坏了公路干线,造成了煤气和主输水管道破裂。( )

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131.Not all prodigies, however, fit this pattern. 可以翻译为:并不是所有神童都适合这个模式。( )

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132.Using skill and strength, Corbett led the way up one of the most difficult routes on Half Dome. 可以翻译为:在爬上Half Dome最艰难的一条路线时,Corbett 运用技术和力量做领导。 ( )

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133.580电大代做网版权所有But that has nothing to do with my enjoyment of a good meal.可以翻译为:但那并不影响我尽情地享受任何一顿美餐。 ( )

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134.Halloween is a holiday widely celebrated with different names in many countries. Although it originated as a religious holiday, it has lost its religious connections in the United States. It is now celebrated largely as a children’s day, and many American children look forward to it for days and weeks beforehand. The orange pumpkin is harvested at this time of year and is hollowed out, a funny face cut into it, and a candle placed inside as a decoration in the window. City folks, nowadays, sometimes use paper pumpkins for decorations. Some years ago, the holiday was celebrated by dressing up in strange and frightening costumes and playing tricks on one’s neighbors and friends, such as ringing door bells, throwing bits of corn on the window panes, and in other ways making minor disturbances. More recently, children come to the door to have friends and neighbors admire their costumes and guess who they are behind the false faces and receive treats of candies, fruits or cookies. They say, “Trick or Treat”, meaning, “I will play a trick on you if you do not give me a treat.” More recently, this practice has even developed into a significant international activity. Instead of or along with candies, children collect money for UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund). This special collection of money by children for needy children throughout the world is known as “UNICEF Trick or Treat”. Begun only recently, it results in several million dollars each year contributed to UNICEF. The collection box is orange, reminiscent of the pumpkin.1、What does Halloween originate from?( )。A、A children’s dayB、A trick or treatC、A religious dayD、A day for UNICEF2、Which of the following is NOT mentioned about how the children celebrated the Halloween some years ago?( )。A、Dressing up in strange and frightening costumes.B、Playing tricks on one’s neighbors friends.C、Throwing bits of corn on the window panes.D、Breaking the neighbors’windows.3、Which of the following may NOT be used in the Halloween celebration?( )。A、PumpkinsB、CandlesC、CostumesD、Flowers4、Why do children collect money in the Halloween? ( ).A、They love moneyB、They want to get enough money to buy candies for themselvesC、The adults are not willing to give them moneyD、The adults are willing to give them money5、What is the symbol of Halloween?( )。A、PumpkinB、CandleC、LaughterD、Money
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135.We can make mistakes at any age. Some mistakes we make are about money. But most mistakes are about people. “Did Jerry really care when I broke up with Helen?” “When I got that great job, did Jim really feel good about it, as a friend? Or did he envy my luck?” “And Paul – why didn’t I realize that he was friendly just because I had a car?” When we look back, doubts like these can make us feel bad. But when we look back, it’s too late. Why do we go wrong about our friends – or our enemies? Sometimes what people say hides their real meaning. And if we don’t really listen we miss the feeling behind the words. Suppose someone tells you, “You’re a lucky dog.” That’s being friendly. But a “lucky dog”? There’s a bit of envy in those words. Maybe he doesn’t see it himself. But bringing in the “dog” bit puts you down a little. What he may be saying is that he doesn’t think you deserve your luck. “Just think of all the things you have to be thankful for” is another noise that says one thing and means another. It could mean that the speaker is trying to get you to see your problem as part of your life as a whole. But is he? Wrapped up in this phrase is the thought that your problem isn’t important. It’s telling you to think of all the starving people in the world when you haven’t got a date for Saturday night.    How can you tell the real meaning behind someone’s words? One way is to take a good look at the person talking. Do his words fit the way he looks? Does what he says agree with the tone of voice? His posture? The look in his eyes? Stop and think. The minute you spend thinking about the real meaning of what people say to you may save another mistake.1、This passage is mainly about( ).A、how to interpret what people sayB、what to do when you listen to others talkingC、how to avoid mistakes when you communicate with peopleD、why we go wrong with people sometimes2、According to the author, the reason why we go wrong about our friends is that( ).A、we fail to listen carefully when they talkB、people tend to be annoyed when we check what they sayC、people usually state one thing but means anotherD、we tend to doubt what our friends say3、In the sentence “Maybe he doesn’t see it himself.” In the second paragraph, the pronoun “it” refers to( ).A、being friendlyB、a bit of envyC、lucky dogD、your luck4、When we listen to a person talking, the most important thing for us to do is( ).A、notice the way the person is talkingB、take a good look at the person talkingC、mind his tone, his posture and the look in his eyesD、examine the real meaning of what he says based on his manner, his tone and his posture5、The author most probably is a( ).A、teacherB、psychologistC、philosopherD、doctor
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