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1.1. Workers at the centre have produced a video called '12 cats of Christmas' to highlight some of their ___________ charges.
(A) forbidden
(B) feline
(C) cuddle
(D) phenomenon
(E) unhygienic
2.2. They are as dangerous as any other bear, they will grab at you and have enormous teeth and powerful forearms so I am not going to ___________ them.
(A) forbidden
(B) feline
(C) cuddle
(D) phenomenon
(E) unhygienic
3.3. Activists say the jails are ___________, filthy and sometimes violent.
(A) forbidden
(B) feline
(C) cuddle
(D) phenomenon
(E) unhygienic
4.4. The ________________, known as a perigee full moon, means the Moon appears up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than when it is furthest from the planet.
(A) forbidden
(B) feline
(C) cuddle
(D) phenomenon
(E) unhygienic
5.5. The stray dog population rocketed when former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu forced people to move into large complexes where pets were __
(A) forbidden
(B) feline
(C) cuddle
(D) phenomenon
(E) unhygienic
6.6. But only weeks later, the cheers and smiles turned to tears as the decision accelerated Argentina's ________ into the worst economic crisis of its history.
(A) beloved
(B) threatened
(C) plunge
(D) strikes
(E) dwindling
7.7. Conservationists hailed the move as a way to protect Equatorial Africa's endangered animals and ________ forests.
(A) beloved
(B) threatened
(C) plunge
(D) strikes
(E) dwindling
8.8. A husband is auctioning off his late wife's ________ collection of designer handbags for charity.
(A) beloved
(B) threatened
(C) plunge
(D) strikes
(E) dwindling
9.9. There are no globally-collated figures for iceberg ________, but they happen every year.
(A) beloved
(B) threatened
(C) plunge
(D) strikes
(E) dwindling
10.10. Polar bears are listed as ________ under the US Endangered Species Act.
(A) beloved
(B) threatened
(C) plunge
(D) strikes
(E) dwindling
11.
A class with tens or even hundreds of thousands of students might sound like a teacher's bad  
dream. But a big idea in higher education these days is the massive open online course, or MOOC.
     ____________31___________ Others charge for courses and provide credits. The idea is still  
developing. 
     The Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently started its first MOOC. 
__________32_____________  
     So far, most massive open online courses are in computer science, technology, mechanics and  
engineering. ___________33____________ Two computer scientists, Sebastian Thrun and  
David Evans, are offering this course through udacity.com. 
     Mr. Evans is on leave from the University of Virginia, where he is an associate professor.  
Mr. Thrun is a Stanford research professor and a Google Fellow best known for his work on a driverless car.
     ____________34___________ The students watch short videos. Then, says Mr. Evans, they take informal, 
     ungraded quizzes after the videos each week for six weeks. 
     DAVID EVANS: "Quizzes are part of the lecture to keep students engaged and keep them thinking, for  
     students to be able to check that they understood what we covered. ___________35____________" 
     They can repeatedly watch the videos and take the quizzes whenever they want. Students receive  
     Homework. They join online groups to exchange 

【題組】31.
(A) There are no education requirements for the course.
(B) For example, students around the world are taking a free course called "Building a Computer Search Engine."
(C) Those are not graded and students try those as often as they want.
(D) The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx.
(E) Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world.)
12.【題組】32.
(A) There are no education requirements for the course.
(B) For example, students around the world are taking a free course called "Building a Computer Search Engine."
(C) Those are not graded and students try those as often as they want.
(D) The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx.
(E) Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world.)
13.【題組】33.
(A) There are no education requirements for the course.
(B) For example, students around the world are taking a free course called "Building a Computer Search Engine."
(C) Those are not graded and students try those as often as they want.
(D) The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx.
(E) Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world.)
14.【題組】34.
(A) There are no education requirements for the course.
(B) For example, students around the world are taking a free course called "Building a Computer Search Engine."
(C) Those are not graded and students try those as often as they want.
(D) The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx.
(E) Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world.)
15.【題組】35.
(A) There are no education requirements for the course.
(B) For example, students around the world are taking a free course called "Building a Computer Search Engine."
(C) Those are not graded and students try those as often as they want.
(D) The school plans to offer many free, non-credit courses through a project called MITx.
(E) Some universities offer free, non-credit MOOCs available to anyone in the world.)
16.
Unlike earlier campaign, the 1960 presidential campaign featured a politically innovative and highly 
influential series of televised debates in the contest between the Republicans and the Democrats.  Debates 
that could be viewed by such a wide audience had never before been part of the presidential campaigns, and 
through these debates, the far-reaching medium of television showed how effective it could be in influencing 
the outcome of an election. 
    The two parties to face off in the election selected very different candidates.  John Kennedy, a young 
senator from Massachusetts without much experience and recognition in national politics, established an 
early lead among democratic hopefuls, and was nominated on the first ballot at the Los Angeles convention 
to be representative of the Democratic party in the presidential elections.  The older and more experienced 
Richard Nixon, then serving as vice president of the United States under Eisenhower, received the 
nomination of the Republican party.  Both Nixon and Kennedy campaigned vigorously throughout the 
country and then took the unprecedented step of appearing in face-to-face debates on television. 
    Experts in the politics of presidential elections contend that the debates were a pivotal force in the 
elections.  In front of a viewership of more than 100 million citizens, Kennedy masterfully overcame 
Nixon’s advantage as the better-known and more experienced candidate and reversed the public perception 
of him as too inexperienced and immature for presidency.  In an election that was extremely close, it was 
perhaps these debates that brought victory to Kennedy. 

【題組】36. Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage?
(A) Kennedy defeated Nixon in the 1960 presidential election.
(B) Television debates have long been a part of campaigning.
(C) Television debates were instrumental in the outcome of the 1960 presidential election.
(D) Kennedy was the leading Democratic candidate in the 1960 presidential election. 4/4
17.【題組】37. The passage implies that Kennedy
(A) won the Democratic presidential nomination fairly easily.
(B) was not a front runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
(C) came from the behind to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
(D) was a long shot to receive the Democratic presidential nomination
18.【題組】38. The passage states that the television debates between presidential candidates in 1960
(A) did not influence the selection of the president.
(B) were the first presidential campaign debates to be televised.
(C) were the final televised debates.
(D) were fairly usual in the history of presidential campaigns.
19.【題組】39. The passage states that in the debates with Nixon, Kennedy demonstrated to the American people that he was
(A) more experienced than Nixon.
(B) better known than Nixon.
(C) too inexperienced to serve as president.
(D) qualified enough to be president.
20.【題組】40. The pronoun “him” in line 17 refers to
(A) Richard Nixon
(B) Eisenhower
(C) John Kennedy
(D) the better-known and more experienced candidate