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1.31. Of all the patients in intensive care units who are at__________of dying, some 20 percent present difficult ethical choices—whether to keep trying to save the life.
(A)price
(B)risk
(C)rim
(D)attempt
2.32. In summertime, higher standards of personal ___________ are necessary to prevent disease.
(A)aspiration
(B)commodity
(C)hygiene
(D)routine
3.33. The peace rally is gaining________every hour. By now, thousands of people have gathered in front of the parliament building.
(A)consolidation
(B)momentum
(C)radiation
(D)ultimatum
4.34. In the Seoul Olympics of 1988, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson won a 100-meter gold medal in 9.79 sec. His__________ came almost as fast, after it was revealed that he had used steroids to achieve his world-beating performance.
(A)basket case
(B)nom de plume
(C)fall from grace
(D)standing on his head
5.35 Call-in surveys sometimes misrepresent public opinion because people who tend to call may be a small amount of people with strong ideas or certain attitudes; thus the “silent ___________ ” might often be ignored.
(A)majority
(B)maximum
(C)minimum
(D) minority
6.36 Tourists are often accused of being loud and rude, but they may in fact help _______________ traditional cultures.
(A)abuse
(B)impede
(C)hinder
(D)sustain
7.37 It is an excellent plan on paper, but from a practical point of view, it just isn’t ________.
(A)feasible
(B)visible
(C)gullible
(D)vulnerable
8.38 These companies claim deeper seawater contains more _________ and fewer pollutants than surface water.
(A)cankers
(B)nutrients
(C)incentives
(D)utilities
9.39 At the airport, the customs officials usually open our bags to ____________ the contents.
(A)expect
(B)retrospect
(C)prospect
(D)inspect
10.40 We cannot say that men’s characters improve in proportion ______________ their knowledge increases, nor can we say the opposite.
(A)to
(B)for
(C)as
(D)with
11.41 Rather than sailing smoothly into a crucial financial summit in December, the EU seems to be cruising for a bruising.
(A)The EU financial summit, though bruised, is expected to have a crucial sailing in December.
(B)The EU financial summit, in spite of its smooth sailing, is likely to be cancelled in December.
(C)The EU financial summit, though scheduled to be held in December, is faced with crucial financial problems
(D)The EU financial summit, to be held in December, is proceeding with difficulties.
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Division does not always require that classification follow it. Your purpose in classifying, however, is to show how things in a group are similar. _____1_____ division and classification do work together. If you emptied the contents of a pocketbook onto a table, you would begin to divide those contents into groups. _____2_____ division, you would identify objects relating to finances, objects relating to personal care, objects relating to school work. Once you had the divisions clear, you would place objects in each category: money, checks, and credit cards in the first; cosmetics, a comb, and perfume in the second; pencils and a notebook in the third. When you divide and classify for writing, you have to keep several things in mind. You have to think carefully about the division of the topic so that you limit the _____3_____ from group to group. That is best achieved by creating categories different enough from each other so there is no blending. Since, you, the writer, have to establish the groups, you need to use a principle of classification that is sensible, accurate and complete. Do not force categories just _____4_____ making groups. You have to show how things in a group relate to each other, and this you must do without _____5_____ their differences and without making them stereotypes. If you stereotype objects in a group, you will be oversimplifying them, taking away their individuality, and forcing them to fit your categories.


【題組】1
(A)Yet
(B)So
(C)Hence
(D)Meanwhile

13.【題組】2
(A)cross
(B)Without
(C)Through
(D)Between
14.【題組】3
(A)overlap
(B)outlook
(C)extension
(D)extremity
15.【題組】4
(A)for the sake of
(B)in case of
(C)as a result of
(D)by dint of
16.【題組】5
(A)noticing
(B)ignoring
(C)arranging
(D)measuring
17.You ask me what is poverty? Listen to me. Here I am, dirty, smelly, and with no “proper” underwear on and with the stench of my rotting teeth near you. I will tell you. Listen to me. Listen without pity. I cannot use your pity. Listen with understanding. _____1_____ Poverty is getting up every morning from a dirt-and-illness-stained mattress. The sheets have long since been used for diapers. _____2_____ This is a smell of urine, sour milk, and spoiling food sometimes joined with the strong smell of long-cooked onions. _____3_____ It is the smell of the outdoor privy. It is the smell of the milk which has gone sour because the refrigerator long has not worked, and it costs money to get it fixed. It is the smell of rotting garbage. _____4_____ Shovels cost money.
【題組】1
(A)Poverty is living in a smell that never leaves.
(B)Even the cheapest soap has to be saved for the baby’s diapers.
(C)If you have smelled this smell, you did not know how it came.
(D)Put yourself in my dirty, worn out, ill-fitting shoes, and hear me.
18.【題組】2
(A)I can call for help, but who should I call?
(B)Poverty is living in a smell that never leaves.
(C)Even the cheapest soap has to be saved for the baby’s diapers.
(D)Put yourself in my dirty, worn out, ill-fitting shoes, and hear me.
19.【題組】3
(A)I can call for help, but who should I call?
(B)I could bury it, but where is the shovel?
(C)If you have smelled this smell, you did not know how it came.
(D)Even the cheapest soap has to be saved for the baby’s diapers.
20.【題組】4
(A)I can call for help, but who should I call?
(B)I could bury it, but where is the shovel?
(C)If you have smelled this smell, you did not know how it came.
(D)Put yourself in my dirty, worn out, ill-fitting shoes, and hear me.
21.33 Depressed people are advised not to use alcohol as a _______ for their problems.
(A) panacea
(B) reverie
(C) resolution
(D) transcript
22.34 According to organization expert Barbara Hemphill, a person who is not well-organized enough will _________ 20 to 30 percent of his day looking for lost items.
(A) dedicate
(B) stun
(C) squander
(D) smash
23.35 George’s insatiable hunger for sweets soon made him _______ .
(A) adherent
(B) compatible
(C) obese
(D) promiscuous
24.36 Batteries have always been the ____ of electric cars; we can make one that is rugged, but it’s bound to be too heavy and bulky, and unable to store enough electricity.
(A) Achilles’ heel
(B) Midas’ touch
(C) Minos’ labyrinth
(D) dues ex machina
25.37 Nobody knew when she was born. She herself had no idea,___ when she came into the world there was no census yet.
(A) except it
(B) that
(C) except that
(D) except for