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1.31. In 1983, researchers first HIV, the virus responsible for AIDS.
(A) generated
(B)identified
(C) minimized
(D)validated
2.32. The police cannot break the law in order to it.
(A) convene
(B)enforce
(C) entrust
(D) promote
3.33. The government official said, “I hereby request that the attached application under 35 USC 122(b)."
(A) not be published
(B)cannot be published
(C) may not be published
(D)will not be published
4.34. It is believed that chewing helps to ____your facial muscles.
(A) pile up
(B)tone up
(C)tune up
(D) wrap up
5.35. American presidents are not selected directly by the people. Instead, presidential candidates compete for Electoral____ votes by winning the popular vote in each state.
(A) Body
(B)College
(C)Committee
(D) Apparatus
6.36. Ignoring educational experts' professional advice last year, the government facing a national embarrassment of educational reform failure.
(A) called for
(B)lasted for
(C)ended up
(D)made up
7.37. We do have choice with our lives since we have got two lives—one we are given and the other one we make.
(A) Whatever choice we make for our lives, we should try to give and make our lives at the same time.
(B) Although we cannot choose where we come from in our lives, we can choose how to live.
(C) We certainly have choice with our two lives—one for our own and the other one for our children's.
(D) We can choose our lifestyles because we have two lives—one in our minds and the other one for real.
8.38. As an experienced director, he knows how to bring all these risk management skills to bear in guiding a corporation to success.
(A) As an experienced director, he learns to risk applying these skills to lead a company to success.
(B) As an experienced director, he takes it as his own burden to lead a company to its success.
(C) As an experienced director, he applies all these skills purposefully to lead a company to success.
(D) As an experienced director, he endures risks to cultivate in himself these skills so that he may lead a company to success.
9.39. Jack Lang, who is renowned for his protectionist views, despises American culture as “pure entertainment."
(A) Jack Lang is very protective of American culture, which he regards as “pure entertainment."
(B) Jack Lang, due to his protectionism, looks down upon American culture as “pure entertainment."
(C) Jack Lang wants to protect American culture from “pure entertainment."
(D) Jack Lang, despite his protectionist view on American culture, is known for his distaste toward “pure entertainment."
10.40. Everyone is born with dual citizenship, in the kingdom of the well and in the kingdom of the sick; illness is the night-side of life, a more onerous citizenship.
(A) All people live with the well and the sick throughout their lives, and living with the sick is the more depressing of the two.
(B) All living people are bound to have their healthy days and sick days; people are in a gloomy and annoying moodat night.
(C) All people born with dual citizenship, though sometimes lead a healthy life, see more of the dark side of life, feeling helpless.
(D) All living people go through their lives by both living in health and suffering from illness, and being sick is theless desirable of the two.
11.41 Oprah Winfrey's father had concerns about his daughter making the best of her life, and would not accept anything less than what he thought was her best.
(A) Oprah Winfrey's father only accepted the things of best quality his daughter bought him.
(B) Oprah Winfrey's father believed in his daughter's ability and demanded the best from her.
(C) Oprah Winfrey could make a successful career because her father always gave her the best.
(D) Oprah Winfrey had best concerns for her father, who was the most valuable treasure in her life.
12.42. Any public ____ of this scandal would do great damage to this movie star.
(A) proposal
(B)enclosure
(C)disclosure
(D) refusal
13.43.Underemployment is ____ ; a physicist working in a customs house is a symbol of national stagnation, not advancement.
(A) ambiguous
(B)demoralizing
(C) optimistic
(D)invaluable
14.44. Forgiveness seems its own form of revenge since it is like we have risen above what happened to us and above people who should be blamed.
(A) Forgiveness and revenge share something in common since both involve what happened to us and people who should be blamed.
(B) In a way forgiveness can be seen as revenge since it sends a message that we are somewhat superior.
(C) Both forgiveness and revenge need us to show that we are able to rise above what happened to us and above people to be blamed.
(D) Only by showing that what happened to us has had little influence on us can we claim that forgiveness is its ownform of revenge.
15.45. The idea of good character sounds old-fashioned and patronizing, but it may be the key to some of our most entrenched social problems.
(A) To solve some of our deep-rooted social problems, we may need to resort to the traditional and somewhat condescending idea of good character.
(B) To talk about the old but fashionable idea of good character may sound patriotic, but it is the only sure way to solve some of our most cumbersome social problems.
(C) The concept of good character may have been there for a long time, but it may be the key to opening the Pandora's Box of our society.
(D) Good character, though out-dated and rare, may be the only weapon to attack some of our most ingrained social problems.
16.46.What is a weed? A plant whose virtue has not been discovered.
(A) A weed will always be a weed, no matter how long it takes.
(B) A weed is called a weed because we are blind to its virtues.
(C) Once some virtues are discovered, a weed will change.
(D) We should not call a weed a weed.
17.Male-female conversation is cross-cultural communication.47And women and men have different past experiences. From the time they are born, they are treated differently, talked to differently, and talk differently as a result. 48 And when they become adults, they travel in different worlds, reinforcing patterns established in childhood. These cultural differences include different expectations about the role of talk in relationships. Everyone knows that as a relationship becomes long-term, its terms change. 49 Many women feel, “After all this time, you should know what I want without my telling you." Many men feel, “After all this time, we should be able to tell each other what we want." These incongruent expectations capture one of the key differences between men and women.50 Though everyone has both these needs, women often have a relatively need for independence. Being understood without saying what you mean gives a payoff in involvement, and that is why women value it so highly.
【題組】47. 
(A)But women and men often differ in how they expect them to change.
(B) Boys and girls grow up in different worlds, even if they grow up in the same house.
(C) Culture is simply a network of habits and patterns gleaned from past experience.
(D) Different habits have repercussions when men and women talk about their relationship.
18.【題組】48.
(A)Culture is simply a network of habits and patterns gleaned fr om past experience.
(B) Boys and girls grow up in different worlds, even if they grow up in the same house.
(C) Communication is always a matter of alancing conflicting needs for involvement and independence.
(D)Different habits have repercussions when men and women talk about their relationship.
19.【題組】49.But women and men often differ in how they expe
(A) ct them to change.
(B) Culture is simply a network of habits and patterns gleaned from past experience.
(C) Boys and girls grow up in different worlds, even if they grow up in the same house.
(D) It is difficult to straighten out such misunderstandings because each one feels convinced of his or her points.
20.【題組】50.Boys and girls grow up in different worlds, even if they grow
(A) up in the same house.
(B) Communication is always a matter of balancing conflicting needs for involvement and independence.
(C) Different habits have repercussions when the man and the woman are talking about their relationship.
(D) It is difficult to straighten out such misunderstandings because each one feels convinced of his or her points