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1.1. Many faithful fans are eagerly expecting the _____ of the pop singer’s new album.
(A) exposure
(B) release
(C) harvest
(D) revolution
2.2. Shoes made of _____ leather generally last longer. They won’t bend or erode so easily.
(A) passionate
(B) visual
(C) military
(D) genuine
3.3. The police strove hard to place the thief under arrest, but in vain. The cunning thief just _____ without a trace.
(A) vanished
(B) utilized
(C) declined
(D) recruited
4.4. Before you go traveling abroad, you had better book plane tickets and find _____ in advance.
(A) accommodation
(B) intention
(C) restoration
(D) admiration
5.5. To survive in the _____ and competitive world of fashion, every designer has to absorb new information all the time to keep up with the latest trend.
(A) constant
(B) dynamic
(C) static
(D) virtual
6.6. Through discussing the high unemployment rate, the author _____ the problem of economic recession in his country.
(A) collapsed
(B) procrastinated
(C) crumbled
(D) highlighted
7.7. To prevent government officials from taking bribes, they are required to declare their personal _____ in detail.
(A) evolutions
(B) principles
(C) possessions
(D) participants
8.8. Since two of my colleagues left the company, I have taken on _____ responsibilities.
(A) additional
(B) victorious
(C) pioneering
(D) compassionate2
9.9. Recycled plastic bottles are of great use, because they can be _____ into many products, such as blankets and toys.
(A) converted
(B) thrived
(C) survived
(D) recovered
10.10. Due to lack of experience, the part-timer gets criticized by her boss quite often. Her job has turned into her worst _____.
(A) deadline
(B) temptation
(C) motivation
(D) nightmare
11.11. The clock on the meeting room’s wall has to be _____, so the people that attend the meeting won’t be confused about the time.
(A) abstract
(B) accurate
(C) heroic
(D) concrete
12.12. The car is _____ gasoline. We need to drive to the gas station to refill.
(A) running out of
(B) running over
(C) running after
(D) running across
13.13. Bicycle shops are _____ on account of the rising popularity of the LOHAS lifestyle.
(A) digging in
(B) pulling up
(C) taking place
(D) springing up
14.14. Even after a long time of practice, Jack’s shaking voice still showed he didn’t feel _____ when giving a speech.
(A) in ruins
(B) at risk
(C) at ease
(D) in sight
15.15. The doctor is researching for the possible cures for his son’s disease _____; he puts every waking minute into the research.
(A) at random
(B) every now and then
(C) with all his heart
(D) before long
16.As a poverty-stricken man, the 25-year-old Jean Valjean was arrested for stealing a loaf of bread and sent to prison. _16_ he was set free, he _16_ 44 years old. Nineteen years in prison made it even more difficult for Valjean to be accepted by the public. For instance, the moment the owner of an inn learned that he was an ex-convict _17_ he might be dangerous, he rejected Valjean’s request to stay for a night. This poor man_18_ in the dark, a generous bishop took pity on him and let him stay overnight. For the sake of the bishop’s kindness, Valjean _19_ grateful to the bishop. Yet in fact, he _20_ thinking about those precious silver candlesticks and stole them out of blind impulse. Soon Valjean was captured and taken back to the bishop. Surprisingly, the bishop forgave him and wished Valjean became an honest man. As though _21_ from a bad dream, Valjean turned over a new leaf. From then on, he was a changed man because bishop’s words _22_ his mind whenever he had doubt or anger in his heart.
【題組】16.
(A)Only when, was
(B) Even if, had been
(C) Not until, was
(D) By the time, had been
17.【題組】17.
(A) X
(B) and that
(C) but also
(D) therefore
18.【題組】18.
(A) to shiver
(B) shiver
(C) shivering
(D) shivered
19.【題組】19.
(A) has been
(B) had been
(C) should be
(D) should have been
20.【題組】20.
(A) couldn’t help
(B) couldn’t but
(C) had no choice but
(D) would have
21.【題組】21.
(A) having woken
(B) waking
(C) he has woken
(D) he was awake
22.【題組】22.
(A) recalled
(B) thought of
(C) flashed through
(D) occurred to
23.Frankly speaking, modern people truly cannot _23_ appliances and electric devices. Interestingly, for people centuries ago, _24_ they know that there would be so much progress in the technological developments, _25_ the importance of these inventions. For instance, smart phones _26_ different kinds of useful “Apps” enable modern people to deal with things more efficiently. Nevertheless, behind these futuristic devices is the price that all humans have to pay—the overuse of natural resources. For our future descendants, _27_ we conserve energy resources and meanwhile explore alternative ones. Only when humans manage to live in harmony with the nature _28_ save themselves from self-destruction.
【題組】23.
(A) live for
(B) live on
(C) live without
(D) live with
24.【題組】24.
(A) did little
(B) little did
(C) do hardly
(D) hardly do
25.【題組】25.
(A) despite of
(B) regardless
(C) as for
(D) not to mention
26.【題組】26.
(A) equipped with
(B) equip themselves with
(C) equipping
(D) equipped by
27.【題組】27.
(A) it is time that
(B) not only should
(C) Either should
(D) it is vital that
28.【題組】28.
(A) they will
(B) they are capable
(C) will they
(D) are they capable
29.It may be surprising for you to learn that recycling cell phones _29_ the well-being African gorillas. The key to understanding such a connection _30_ one of the PBTs, called coltan, which is widely used in cell phones. Eighty percent of the world’s coltan supply _31_ from central Africa, _32_ is also home to endangered gorillas. In order to mine the coltan, workers often overrun and destroy the gorilla _33_. Over the period of just a few years, there has been a 90% decline in the gorilla population in the area. The number of cell phone users is on the increase. However, most cell phones _34_ as trash. Now, zoos across America have begun to educate people to recycle their old cell phones, _35_ to reduce the demand for coltan.
【題組】29.
(A) catches up with
(B) has something to do with
(C) sheds light on
(D) lives up to
30.【題組】30.
(A) turns out
(B) lies in
(C) corresponds to
(D) breaks up with
31.【題組】31.
(A) is
(B) are
(C) come
(D) collect
32.【題組】32.
(A) that
(B) it
(C) where
(D) which
33.【題組】33.
(A) preserves
(B) preservation
(C) preservatives
(D) preservers
34.【題組】34.
(A) give up
(B) turn up
(C) end up
(D) look up
35.【題組】35.
(A) hope
(B) they hope
(C) hoping
(D) which hope
36.From some people’s perspective, counting might be as easy as pie. However, it is not a(n) _36_ ability, but an acquired one. _37_ studies, humans only have an innate ability to identify the patterns of things. _38_, it took thousands of years for humans to learn how to count with numbers. Before _39_ counting systems were developed, ancient people made use of a tallying system. Take a shepherd for instance. He might use one stone to _40_ one sheep. Undoubtedly, this method was _41_ perfect. _42_ the risk of losing stones, what if there were different groups of things to _43_ of? _44_, abstract numbers were invented by Mesopotamians who began to _45_ in commercial activities regularly. Later, each civilization also developed its own number system.
【題組】36
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
37.【題組】37
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
38.【題組】38
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
39.【題組】39
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
40.【題組】40
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
41.【題組】41
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
42.【題組】42
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
43.【題組】43
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
44.【題組】44
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
45.【題組】45
(A) represent
(B) keep track
(C) complicated
(D) Aside from
(E) inborn (AB) According to (AC) Thankfully (AD) In fact (AE) engage (BC) far from
46.Australia is located only a few thousand miles from Antarctica. As a result, the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD), an agency of the Australian government, is able to conduct extensive research there. The AAD maintains three permanent research stations on Antarctica and sends scientists and support staff to them every year. Because the stations are so remote, these people often work there in isolation for up to nine months during a year. This isolation, coupled with Antarctica’s harsh environment, poses serious risks for human health. For this reason, each expedition includes a doctor who is experienced in dealing with all kinds of health issues. In the past, these doctors have had to treat infections, mend broken bones, deal with mental health problems and even perform brain surgery at the stations. The extreme conditions at the AAD stations make them excellent places for NASA, the U.S. space agency, to do research. NASA is making plans for possible human missions to other planets like Mars in the future. To prepare for these missions, NASA is studying how people live and work together for months on end at the AAD stations in Antarctica. This knowledge will help NASA prepare its space travelers for planetary missions. It will also help NASA understand the special medical needs that will exist on its missions and the medical skills that its space travelers will need to have.
【題組】46. What does the author imply about the stations?
(A) They are located in an idyllic environment.
(B) They cooperate with the locals.
(C) They’re far from civilization.
(D) They will be greatly expanded.
47.【題組】47. What do the people at the stations probably have to deal with?
(A) Mosquitoes and flies.
(B) Heavy traffic.
(C) Crowds of tourists.
(D) Severe weather.
48.【題組】48. According to the author, what has happened at the stations in the past?
(A) Exhibitions of local art have been held.
(B) Physicians have operated on patients.
(C) Facilities have been poorly maintained.
(D) Demonstrations have disrupted work.
49.【題組】49. Why is NASA doing research at the stations?
(A) To gain valuable knowledge.
(B) To test theories about the universe.
(C) To reduce its labor costs.
(D) To provide assistance for AAD.
50.【題組】50. What is the best title for this article?
(A) Ecotourism in Antarctica
(B) Doctors without Borders
(C) Space Tour in Mars
(D) NASA Goes to Antarctica