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1.It was a wonderful memory to swim in the stream ______ gently behind the house.
(A) flows
(B) flow
(C) to flow
(D) flowing
2.I _____ the book on the book-shelf a moment ago
(A) lay
(B) lied
(C) lain
(D) laid
3.It _______ the city many years to build the subway system.
(A) cost
(B) took
(C) spent
(D) made
4.Facts are pieces of information we know to be true. When we read history, we want to know the facts—what really happened. Fiction is the _____42_____ . Writers of fiction _____43_____ stories, telling of people and events that _____44_____ the writer’s imagination. Science fiction writers imagine _____45_____ people and events but, perhaps most importantly, technology. They often write about the effects of that technology on a person, a group, or society. These writers usually set their stories in the future. Some of them have predicted technology that seemed _____46_____ at the time but really does exist today.
【題組】42
(A) command
(B) opposite
(C) false
(D) same
5.【題組】44
(A) take in
(B) get out
(C) come from
(D) arrive at
6.【題組】45
(A) as many as
(B) variously
(C) countlessly
(D) not only
7.【題組】46
(A) comfortable
(B) traditional
(C) peaceful
(D) impossible
8.English has become an international language. Computer program instructions, for example, are often _____ only in English.
(A) measured
(B) given
(C) invented
(D) spoken
9.Fortunately, the man _____ to escape before the old building collapsed.
(A) commanded
(B) hesitated
(C) managed
(D) pretended
10.The original Monopoly, which came out in 1935, almost did not make it to market. In the 1930s when the economy in the US was pretty bad, Charles B. Darrow of German-town, Pennsylvania, showed a game he called Monopoly to the manager at Parker Brothers. Parker Brothers _____41_____ the game at first, pointing out “fifty-two design errors.” But Mr. Darrow did not give up._____42_____ many other Americans, he was unemployed at the time, and his dream that the game could bring his fame and fortune gave him the idea to produce it on his own. With help from a friend who was a printer, Mr. Darrow sold five thousand handmade sets of the game to a Philadelphia department store. People loved it! But as the requests grew, he couldn’t _____43_____ all the orders and went to talk to Parker Brothers again. This time he met with success. During its first year on the market, Monopoly was the best-selling game in America. And _____44_____ its sixty-five-year history, about five hundred million people have played the game. It is the best-selling board game in the world, _____45_____ in eighty countries and produced in twenty-six languages.
【題組】41
(A) rejected
(B) regarded
(C) valued
(D) trusted
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(A)With
(B) Like
(C) To
(D) For
12.【題組】44
(A) beyond
(B) under
(C) among
(D)over
13.【題組】45
(A) sold
(B) sell
(C) sale
(D) selling
14.Frank R. Stockton was born in 1834. His ____46 famous stories are in the form of fairy tales, ghost stories, or romances. But in all of them his humor has an edge ____47 a knife. When “The Lady, or the Tiger?” was published in Century Magazine in 1882, it caused excitement ____48 country. Hundreds of people wrote letters to the magazine or to their newspapers about it. Many letters demanded ____49 the question that the story asks. Others asked ____50 the story was really about government, or psychology, or the battle of the sexes, or something else. Wisely, Stockton never answered any of the letters. The story remains as fresh today as it was then.
【題組】46
(A) most
(B) very
(C) the most
(D) best
15.【題組】47
(A) from
(B) like
(C) as if
(D) to
16.【題組】48
(A) among the
(B) all over the
(C) around several
(D) in many
17.【題組】49
(A) an answer to
(B) in reply to
(C) to apply to
(D) response to
18.【題組】50
(A) when
(B) that
(C) if
(D) until
19.Kitty: You look so upset. What’s up? Daniel: I was late for work in the morning, so my boss was very angry. And I lost my wallet on my way home. ____. Kitty: Poor you!
(A) It’s not my day.
(B) Let’s call it a day.
(C) I have a terrific day.
(D) I miss the good old days.
20.My boyfriend doesn’t like it if I speak to other boys when we’re out. He gets really ____.
(A) ambitious
(B) jealous
(C) religious
(D) obvious
21.This newly designed computer can store ten times _____ the old model.
(A) as much information as
(B) information as much as
(C) as many information as
(D) information as many as
22.Daniel would have married that girl if only her parents _____.
(A) agreed
(B) have agreed
(C) would have agreed
(D) had agreed
23.Lucy: Would you mind if we discuss our plan for next week immediately? Brenda: _________. Lucy: O.K. I suggest that we visit Sam to talk about the experiment on Monday morning.
(A)Of course, Sam has come, too.
(B) No problem. Let’s do it tomorrow night.
(C) Not at all, let’s do it right now.
(D) Yes, I will talk to you in a minute.
24.Facts are pieces of information we know to be true. When we read history, we want to know the facts—what really happened. Fiction is the _____42_____ . Writers of fiction _____43_____ stories, telling of people and events that _____44_____ the writer’s imagination. Science fiction writers imagine _____45_____ people and events but, perhaps most importantly, technology. They often write about the effects of that technology on a person, a group, or society. These writers usually set their stories in the future. Some of them have predicted technology that seemed _____46_____ at the time but really does exist today.
【題組】43
(A)take in
(B)get out
(C)come from
(D)arrive at