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1.As the greenhouse effect is getting worse, many people start to worry whether they could ______ the heat in the summer.
(A) deduce
(B) fulfill
(C) derive
(D) survive
2.32 Because the singer was too nervous, she was______ in the third round of the competition and could not compete for the championship.
 
(A) eliminated 
 
(B) participated 
 
(C) maintained 
 
(D) endangered
3.33 The soup tastes a little______. Let’s add some salt and pepper into it.
 
(A) bland 
 
(B) positive 
 
(C) fragile 
 
(D) thrifty
4.34______ the victims who died in the terrorists’ attack last month, the city is going to hold a series of music concerts. 
 
(A) In need of 
 
(B) In search of 
 
(C) In memory of 
 
(D) In footsteps of
5.35 She was reading the story with tears______down her cheeks. 
 
(A) rolled 
 
(B) roll 
 
(C) rolling 
 
(D) to roll
6.36 ______ he will come or not is still open to question. 
 
(A) The fact that 
 
(B) That 
 
(C) What 
 
(D) Whether
7.37 The______you work, the______ chance you will have to win promotion. 
 
(A) hardly . . . good 
 
(B) hardly . . . better 
 
(C) harder . . . good 
 
(D) harder . . . better
8.38 Jack cannot understand why Bob said that, and ______ . 
 
(A) Tim can, too 
 
(B) so can Tim 
 
(C) nor does Tim 
 
(D) Tim can’t, either
9.39 Sam: I’ve just got my bank statement and I’m afraid I’m in the red. 
 Josh:____________ 
Sam: I mean, would you please lend me some? 

(A) How dare you waste so much money on those video games? 

(B) So? What on earth are you going to say? 

(C) Do you mean you cannot put up with the red tape? 

(D) You really must earn as much money as possible to make ends meet.
10.40 Sam: Alex, can I talk to you about something? Alex: ____________ Sam: You know, last night I couldn’t study because of all the noise And I couldn’t sleep, either. You guys kept me up till 3:00 am.
(A) Sure, what’s up?
(B) Sorry, I’m busy.
(C) Never mind
(D) No, thank you.
11.
41 Stacey: This chocolate looks delicious. 
Fanny: Don’t tell me you’re going to eat it all at once. 
Stacey: Sure I am. Why not? 
Fanny: You can consider saving some for later. 
Stacey: So that you can steal it? ______

(A) Help yourself.  

(B) Lucky you.  

(C) No way.  

(D) Not at all. 
12.The other day I was in the grocery store and witnessed an incredible display of patience. The _____42_____ clerk had just been scolded by an angry customer, clearly without good cause. _____43_____ being reactive, the clerk reduced the anger by remaining calm. When it was my _____44_____ to pay for my groceries, I said to her, “I’m so _____45_____ with the way you handled that customer.” She looked me right in the eye and said, “Thank you, Sir. Do you know you are the first person _____46_____ to give me a compliment in this store?” It took less than two seconds to let her know, yet it was a highlight of her day, and of mine.
【題組】42
(A)  countdown  
(B)  takeout  
(C)  breakaway  
(D)  checkout 

13.【題組】43
(A)  Not only  
(B)  Rather than  
(C)  In case of  
(D)  With regard to
14.【題組】44
(A) turn  
(B)  way  
(C)  time  
(D)  chance 
15.【題組】45
(A)  horrified  
(B)  puzzled  
(C) impressed  
(D)  qualified 
16.【題組】46
(A)  ever  
(B)  once  
(C)  yet  
(D)  still
17.The question of how people learn a second language is one that has received a great deal of scientific attention. Research has offered evidence that has been used to support a number of conflicting claims about second language (SL) learning. However, there is one fundamental observation that is less open to dispute than others. If success in adult second language learning is measured by how close the learner comes to the level of a native speaker, it is possible and quite common for adults to achieve a high degree of success in learning SL grammar and vocabulary. Strangely enough, the same degree of success does not seem to be attainable in SL phonology; adult SL learners who sound like native speakers are extremely rare, perhaps even nonexistent. How have scientists attempted to account for the remarkable inability of adult second language learners to acquire a nativelike pronunciation in the second language? One likely explanation is to be found in the so-called critical period theory. Proponents of this theory argue that the acquisition of native-speaker pronunciation in any language is biologically possible only until about the age of twelve. But it must be emphasized that there is too much counterevidence for such a conclusion to be valid; there are too many cases of adults who acquire adequate or good pronunciation in a second language through instruction and practice. While they will never be mistaken for native speakers, their efforts are rewarded by speech that is perfectly comprehensible.
【題組】47 Which of the following conclusions has been agreed upon by SL researchers?
(A) No scientific experiments have been conducted to study second language learning.
(B) It is hard for adult SL learners to excel in grammar and vocabulary.
(C) It is uncommon for adult SL learners to sound like native speakers.
(D) Success in adult second language learning should not be measured by how nativelike the SL learners can be.
18.【題組】48 According to the critical period theory, why is it difficult for adult SL learners to acquire a nativelike pronunciation?
(A) They are too critical about the acquisition of nativelike pronunciation.
(B) They learn the language after the age of twelve.
(C) They fail to learn well because they lack instruction and practice.
(D) They are not getting rewards for their efforts.
19.【題組】49 What does the author suggest about SL learning?
(A) Too much evidence shows that the critical period theory is valid.
(B) Through instruction and practice, adult SL learners can acquire good pronunciation.
(C) Second language learning is biologically determined.
(D) SL learners who sound like native speakers are totally nonexistent.
20.【題組】50 According to the passage, what does the word “phonology” mean?
(A) The study of second language acquisition.
(B) The study of grammar and vocabulary in a particular language.
(C) The study of sounds in a particular language.
(D) The study of reading comprehension.