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DDMay I see your tickets, please? DD_____________. A. B. C. D.
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2. () DD Thank you for inviting me. DD ________________. A. B. C. D.
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3. () DDCould I borrow your car for a few days? DD _______________. A. B. C. D.
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4. () DDCould you help me with my physics, please? DD___________. A. B. C. D.
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5. () DDExcuse me, how much is the jacket? DD It's 499 Yuan. ______________. A. B. C. D.
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Oh, no. That's OK! How do you like it? Which do you prefer? Would you like to try it on?
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6. () DD___________ . DDHe teaches physics in a school. A. What does your father want to do? B. Who is your father?

C. What is your father? D. Where is your father now?
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DDI'm sorry. I lost the key. DD__________. A. B. C. D.
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Well, it's OK. No, it's all right. You are welcome. You are wrong.
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8. () DDPaul ____________________________..? DDOhthat's my father! And beside himmy mother. A. B. C. D.
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what is the person over there who's talking over there what are they doing which is that
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9. () DDHelloI' m Harry Potter.

DDHello, my name is Charles Green, but ____________________________.. A. B. C. D.
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call my Charles call me at Charles call me Charles call Charles me
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DDThanks for your help.
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Which of the following is not mentioned about the invention of paper? A. More jobs could be provided than before. B. More people could be educated than before. C. More books could be printed and distributed. D. More ways could be used to exchange knowledge. When did the Egyptians begin to use paper widely? A. Around 1400. B. Around 1900. C. Around 400. D. Around 900. This passage mainly talks about___________. A. how Americans treasure their time B. how busy Americans are every day C. how Americans do business with foreigners D. what American way of life is like

1. () There were once three sons of a wealthy businessman. 1 they met, the two eldest, who were twins, 2 to quarrel about which of them should be his father's heir() . The youngest, who was not 3 ambitious ( ), took no part in their argument. As soon as they left home, the father arranged for an adequate income to be provided for 4 of them, but insisted that apart from this they were to be financially self-supporting. The 5 twin, who had the advantage of good looks and a striking personality, decided that he would take up the stage 6 a career. He 7 a small repertory company, acted in minor parts, was always unpunctual () at rehearsals and was accordingly 8 with his fellow actors: He earned little and so had to live mainly on his allowance. He occasionally thought of 9 his profession, but always put off 10 a decision, and he became increasingly bored and disillusioned. a. A. B. C. D. E. Whenever each in the least elder used
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1. ()His salary as a driver is much higher than___________. A. a porter B. is a porter C. that of a porter D. as a porter
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2. ()The girl is A. somebody B. something C. anybody D. anyone
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of a film star.

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his father was able to wake up early enough to catch the

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4. ()Eggs, though rich in nourishments, have __________ of fat. A. A large number B. the large number C. a large amount D. the large amount
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5. The young lady coming over to us _______ our English teacher; the way she walks tells us that! A. must be B. can be C. would be

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6. ()Mike is better than Peter A. for B. at C. on D. in
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swimming.

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to be quite beautiful.

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head looked like a big potato?

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DDCould I speak to Don Watkins, please? DD_____________
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Paper is one of the most important products ever invented by man. Wide spread use of written language would not have been possible without some cheap and practical material to write on. The invention of paper meant that more people could be educated because more books could be printed and distributed. Together with the printing press, paper provided an extremely important way to communicate knowledge. How much paper do you use every year? Probably you cannot answer that question quickly. In 1900 the world's use of paper was about one kilogram for each person a year. Now some countries use as much as 50 kilograms of paper for each person a year. Countries like the United States, England and Sweden use more paper than other countries. Paper, like many other things that we use today, was first made in China. In Egypt and the West, paper was not very commonly used before the year 1400. The Egyptians wrote on a kind of material made of a water plant. Europeans used parchment for many hundreds of years. Parchment was very strong; it was made from the skin of certain young animals. We have learnt of the most important facts of European history from records that were kept on parchment.
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What's the meaning for the word "parchment"?

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The skin of young animals. A kind of paper made from the skin of certain young animals.

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The paper used by European countries. The paper of Egypt.

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Which of the following is not mentioned about the invention of paper?
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More jobs could be provided than before. More people could be educated than before. More books could be printed and distributed. More ways could be used to exchange knowledge.

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When did the Egyptians begin to use paper widely?
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Around 1400. Around 1900. Around 400. Around 900.

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Which of the following countries uses more paper for each person a year?
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China. Sweden. Egypt. Japan.

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What is the main idea of this short talk?
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More and more paper is being consumed nowadays. Paper enables people to receive education more easily. The invention of paper is of great significance to man.

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Paper contributes a lot to the keeping of historical records.

The French Revolution broke out in 1789. At the time France was in a crisis. The government was badly run and people's lives were miserable. King Louis XIV tried to control the national parliament and raise more taxes. But his effort failed. He ordered his troops to Versailles. The people thought that Louis intended to put down the Revolution by force. On July 141789 they stormed and took the Bastillewhere political prisoners were kept.Ever since that day, July 14 has been the French National Day. Louis tried to flee the country in 1792, to get support from Austria and Prussia. However, he was caught and put in prison. In September 1792the monarchy wasabolished. In the same yearLouis was executed. A few months later his wife, Marie, also had her head cut off. The Revolution of Franc had frightened the other kings of Europe. Armies from Austria and Prussia began to march against France. The French raised republican armies to defend the nation. The Revolution went through a period of terror. Thousands of people lost their lives. In the endpower passed to Napoleon Bonaparte.
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What's this passage about?
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France King Louis The French Revolution Europe.

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Which did not happen in 1789 ?
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The French Revolution broke out The national economy was developing rapidly. The government wasn't well run. King Louis XIV was in power.

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Where were the political prisoners kept?
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In Versailles. In Austria In Prussia In Bastille

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What does the underlined word abolished mean?
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Put off. Established. United. Ended

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What was NOT the effect of the Revolution?
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July 14 has become the French National Day. It brought some impact on the other European kings. Louiss wifeMarie was killed. The king tried to control the national parliament

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1. () Nowadays most people decide quite early what kind of work they would do. When I was at school, we had to choose_1__ when we were fifteen. I chose scientific subjects. __2_, scientists will earn a lot of money, my parents said. For three years I tried to learn physics and chemistry, but in the _3__ I decided that I would never be a scientist. It was a long time_4__ I told my parents that I wasnt happy at school. So my father said, Well, the best thing to do now is to look for a job. I __5_about it with my friends Frank and Lesley. __6__ of them could suggest anything, but they promised that they would ask their friends. A few days later __7_ I was still in bed, someone phoned, Is that Miss Jenkins? a mans voice asked. I know your hobby is photography and Ive got a job that might interest you in my clothes factory. My name is Mr. Thomson. I decided to see him. I was so excited that I almost forgot _8__ goodbye to my mother. I arrived a bit early and when Mr. Thomson came he asked me if I _9__ waiting a long time. I replied, No, not long. After talking to me for about 20 minutes he offered me a jobDnot as a photographer__10__ a model! a. A. what should study B. what be studied C. what to study D. what

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I will take good care of the dog in future. I want to be a teacher in the future. [3]C.in the end [4]A. before [5]C.talk about sth. with sb. [6]B. Frank Lesley Neither [7]C. while ?? [8]B.say goodbye C Dforget to doforget doing B forget to say [9]A.Thompson asked wait askedwait [10]D. but 6. 10 50.0

1. He was ________ a good and tireless writer. A. first B. for all C. above all D. of all
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C : above all He is strong, brave and, above all, honest.



2. ()Conflicting ideas is a ________of strength. A. origin B. spring C. resource D. source
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Do you know the source of Amazon River? ? 2. [(+of)] : They are required to publish the sources of their campaign funds. 3. ()() The news comes from a reliable source. 4. The library has quantities of reference sources. զ

3. ()These apples are ________ those I bought yesterday. A. more superior to B. superior to C. more superior than D. superior than
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2. As everybody knows, a color TV set is superior to a black and white one.

4. It was Jefferson _________ wrote the Declaration of Independence. A. who B. the man C. which D. what
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A It is / was + + that (who) (1) It was in the room that Li Lei was born. (2) It is Wei Fang who has broken the record. (A) It is + + that (who); It was + + that (who) (1) Li Lei?s father will work in America. DIt is in America that Li Lei?s father will work. : (2) I studied at this school a few years ago. DIt was at this school that I studied a few years ago. (B) It (1) Tom and Lucy gave us much help. DIt was Tom and Lucy that gave us much help. (2) I saw swans in the lake yesterday. DIt was swans that I saw in the lake yesterday. (C) who that, when, where, why, how that (1) It is our teacher who / that helps us make great progress. (2) It is by bus that I go to school every day. (D) notuntil not until

not until ˨ I didn?t go to bed until twelve o?clock last night. D It was not until twelve o?clock last night that I went to bed.

5. ()The wide glass doors open ________ the veranda. A. onto B. toward C. in D. into
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A : open onto 1. The door of the house onto a garden. 2. The side gate opens onto a lane.

6. ()The young couple ________ with their guests. A. seat B. seated C. are seated D. are sitting down
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C seat 1. He seated himself in a chair. 2. ...... : The auditorium seats 3,000 people. 3. be seated ... We? d like to be seated together. He then asked me to be seated. seated be careful careful be+

Please be seated.

7. That story ________ in a magazine. A. revealed B. appeared C. yielded D. seemed
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B appear: 1. : Gradually a smile appeared on her face. 2. His third play appeared under the title "The Web". u

8. The _______ of Venus without arms has long been regarded as a symbol of beauty. A. tone B. image C. signal D. impulse
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B : image n. [C],, The coin bore an image of the president.

9. The two teachers started a _______ debate on whether intellectuals should go into business. A. stupid

B. vaguely C. heated D. stiff
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C heated : 1. She got very heated about it. 2. After the meeting, the people participating it had a heated discussion on the report.

10.()The meeting is __________ next Friday. A. to be held B. be held C. to be hold D. to hold
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Aq be + 1. An investigation is to be made next week. : 2. I am to meet them at the airport. 3. Bob and Susan are to get married in October. 1. () Last night, a fire broke out in Ann?s house in Manchester.

Ann?s _1__ were out of town for the weekend when something wrong in the room caused the fire to start in the middle of the night. The _2__ was waken up by the family dog, Danny, who was barking loudly in the back garden. Ann smelled something __3__. She __4_ and _5__ ran through the smoke-filled house to wake her old brother, Frank. When Frank would not wake up, Ann got some help from the dog. Frank?s unconscious body was far too_6__ for the little girl to move alone, but the __7_ girl brought the dog__8_ and tied the dog?s lead to Frank?s left ankle. She then held her brother?s right ankle, and together the girl and the dog__9_Frank to safety.

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D talent n. 1. [(+for)] : He had a talent for music. 2. She is a new diving talent. 3. (), There was a lack of local talent, so they hired an actor from London.



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C neither...nor..."" ֻ : She likes neither butter nor cheese. neither...nor... neither...nor... "" Neither dad nor mum is at home today.

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C false a. 1. What you? re saying is false. : I don? t want to give you a false impression. 2. He was accused of giving false witness. 3.

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It is reported that some workers on strike _______ with the police. A. B. C. D. action concluded appointed conflicted

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D : conflict with Their opinion on the matter conflicts with ours.

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B : oweto We owed all the success to our parents.

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Many species of animals which once lived on the earth are no longer _________. A. B. C. in practice in existence in common

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I have never been able to track ________ the person who wrote the story. A. B. C. D. out up to down after

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Cզ track down 1. They hope to track down the source of the infection. : 2. That no time or money or energy on my part will be soared to track down this scoundrel and hale him before the proper authorities.

3. Dr Ostrander has already used dogs to track down the genes behind certain cancers that the species shares with people, and to work out the dog family tree.

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()Mary is a ________ candidate for the job. A. B. C. D. slim likely slight complex

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B likely: a. ad. : 1. I? m likely to be very busy tomorrow. 2. They? ll very likely ask for an increase in the budget. 3. As likely as not she? s forgotten all about it. : 4. I? ve heard whispers that the firm is likely to go bankrupt. 5. The proposed tax changes are likely to prove a banana skin for the Government. 6. I think I? m likely to get the job, but if Bob applies for it too it/he could queer my pitch., ԥ , []

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since nearly 75% of the earth?s surface_1___ covered with water. But about 97% of this huge __2_ is seawater, _3__ salt water. Man can only drink and use the other 3% of the fresh water that comes from rivers, lakes, underground, and other _4__. And we can?t even use all of that, because some of it is in the form of icebergs and glaciers. Even worse, some of it has been polluted. However, as things stand today, this small amount of fresh water, _5__ is constantly being replaced by rainfall, is still enough for us. But our need__6_ water is increasing rapidlyDalmost day by day. We all have to learn how to stop wasting our_7__water. One of the first steps we should_8__ is to develop ways of reusing it. Experiments have already been done in this__9_ , but only on a small scale. The systems that have been worked out resemble__10_ used in spacecraft. a. A. B. C. D. are was is were

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He was ________ a good and tireless writer. A. B. C. D. first for all above all of all

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C : above all He is strong, brave and, above all, honest.

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C be based on A be based on B : What he said is based on fact. The story is based on real life. Some modern languages are based on Latin.

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()Where did you _______ your knowledge of Chinese history? A. B. C. D. obtain receive appoint leave

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A obtain vt. : I haven?t been able to obtain that record anywhere, can you obtain it for me?

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()He did not fear new ideas,_________ fear the future. A. B. C. D. nor he did or did he nor he could nor did he

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D nor conj. : 1. ( not, no, never ) The story is not interesting nor instructive. ߉^

I have never spoken nor written to her. 2. () (1) . You do not like him, nor do I. (2). The enemy couldn?t make any advance, nor could they retreat.

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()She _______ that if he didn?t give her enough money, she would make it public. A. B. C. D. threatened tortured feared scared

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A threaten 1 They threatened the shopkeeper with a knife. The strikers were threatened with dismissal. : They threatened to kill me unless I did as they asked. 2 The black clouds threatened rain. 3() Noisy traffic threatens the peace of the village. Look at those clouds! There?s a storm threatening.

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()He knows that the commotion would frighten the cobra ________. A. B. C. D. into striking at striking to strike into strike

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A : frighten sb into doing () They frightened him into giving them money. He frightened the child into giving his toy to him.

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()While a man may feel like________, he has that ounce more of control than a woman has. A. B. C. D. screaming to scream scream to screaming

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A feel like dong 1. I feel like eating an ice-cream. : 2. I don? t feel like walking very much today. 3. I don? t feel like eating anything now. 4. Sometimes when I look into the sky, I feel like making a trip somewhere. 5. She really feels like having a talk with him about his study at school.

8.

()Dick has __________ his childish habits. A. B. C. D. outgrown outlet outnumbered outdone

:

: : A; 5.0

: [D;] : : [0]

A

outgrow vt. He has outgrown his credulity.

9.

()The man?s eyes _________ with fear when he saw the robber?s gun. A. B. C. D. wider widened hastened thrilled

:

: : B; 5.0

: [C;] : [0]

B : widen 1. His interests widened. 2. The city is widening this street.

10. ()A strong wind _________ after we left the harbor. A. B. C. D. stick up stick sprang sprang up

: : :

[B;] : [0] : D D; 5.0

:

spring up A great number of new companies sprang up like bamboo shoots after a spring rain.

11.

1.

()

A person who believes that he is incapable will not make a real effort, because he

feels that it would be useless. He won?t go at a job with the confidence_1__ for success. He is therefore_2__ to fail, and the failure will strengthen his belief in his incompetence. Alfred Adler, a famous doctor, had experience_3__ illustrates this. When he was a small boy he was poor at arithmetic. His teacher got the idea that he had no ability in arithmetic, and told

his parents what she thought in order that they would not expect_4__ much of him. __5_ this way, they too developed the idea, Isn?t it too bad that Alfred can?t do arithmetic? He accepted their mistaken estimate of his ability, felt that it was __6_ to try, and was very poor at arithmetic, just as they expected. One day Adler succeeded in solving a problem which _7__of the other students had been able to solve. This gave him confidence. He _8___ the idea that he couldn?t do arithmetic and was determined to show them that he could. His new __9__ confidence stimulated him to go at arithmetic problems with a new spirit. He now worked with interest, __10_, and purpose, and he soon became extraordinarily good at arithmetic. a. A. B. C. D. well necessary in good

: C;

: B;

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: C;

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: D;

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In By From

: C;

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: C;

: C;

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: B;

: B;

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1.

()American education ________ a great debt ________ Thomas Jefferson. A. B. C. D. owesto ownsto offersto attributeto

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[B;] :

A; 5.0

: [0] :

A owe sth to sb/sth : 1. owe one?s success to hard work 2. We owe it to Marconi and Bell that we can now talk to people on the other side of the world over the radio.

2.

()He ________to a committee to find out whether the South Branch of the James River was deep enough to be used by large boats. A. B. C. D. appointed assigned pointed was appointed

: : :

[C;] : [0] : D; 5.0

D appoint˦ 1. Dr Gray has been appointed to a consultancy. : 2. Her company appointed her the chief operating officer of the company. 3. We must appoint a new teacher at once to the mountain school.

3.

The spy entered enemy territory on a ________ identity. A. B. C. D. faint slightly false vital

:

: : C; 5.0

: [C;] : [5]

C false a. 1. What you? re saying is false. I don? t want to give you a false impression. : 2. He was accused of giving false witness. 3. Better an open enemy than a false friend. , 4. She wore false hair to the dance.

4.

()He knows that the commotion would frighten the cobra ________. A. B. C. D. into striking at striking to strike into strike

: : : [B;] : [0] : A; 5.0

A : frighten sb into doing () They frightened him into giving them money. He frightened the child into giving his toy to him.

5.

I have never been able to track ________ the person who wrote the story. A. B. C. D. out up to down after

: [C;] : C;

: : [5] : 5.0

Cզ track down 1. They hope to track down the source of the infection. 2. That no time or money or energy on my part will be soared to track down this scoundrel and hale him before the proper : authorities. 3. Dr Ostrander has already used dogs to track down the genes behind certain cancers that the species shares with people, and to work out the dog family tree.

6.

()While a man may feel like________, he has that ounce more of control than a woman has. A. B. C. D. screaming to scream scream to screaming

: : :

[] : A; 5.0

[0] :

A feel like dong 1. I feel like eating an ice-cream. : 2. I don? t feel like walking very much today. 3. I don? t feel like eating anything now. 4. Sometimes when I look into the sky, I feel like making a trip somewhere. 5. She really feels like having a talk with him about his study at school.

7.

()________the corner of his eye, he saw her approaching. A. Out of

B. C. D.

From at Beside Aside

:

: : A; 5.0

: [B;] : : [0]

A

8.

()The argument is settled ________ a rather unexpected way. A. B. C. D. at in by with

:

B; 5.0

: [C;] : : [0] :

B : in a way to do sth. in every possible way speak in a careless way reply in a polite way

9.

()Frown _______ his brow when he was deep in thought. A. B. C. D. contacted conducted contracted confirmed

:

: : C; 5.0

: [B;] : : [0]

C

10. ()The man?s eyes _________ with fear when he saw the robber?s gun. A. B. wider widened

C. D.

hastened thrilled

:

: : B; 5.0

: [C;] : [0]

B : widen 1. His interests widened. 2. The city is widening this street.

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