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1.1.There has been a lot of _______ prejudice in American .
(A) realistic
(B) racial
(C) recycled
(D) rebellious
2.2.He is an incurable idealist; it's unlike to help him come down to earth and be more _______.
(A) realistic
(B) racial
(C) recycled
(D) rebellious
3.3. The relations between my mother and brother were getting worse as my brother grew older and more ______ .
(A) realistic
(B) racial
(C) recycled
(D) rebellious
4.4. Ecological vehicles are made of materials that can be easily _______ once they are dumped.
(A) realistic
(B) racial
(C) recycled
(D) rebellious
5.5.Tom goes to that pub every night to have a bottle of beer. He is a _______ customer.
(A) reliable
(B) regular
(C) reluctant
(D) religious
6.6.To keep health, we have to keep _______ hours.
(A) reliable
(B) regular
(C) reluctant
(D) religious
7.7.Friends might not be always trust-worthy, but dogs are; they have long been regarded as the most _______ company of human beings.
(A) reliable
(B) regular
(C) reluctant
(D) religious
8.8. Christmas is not just a _______ holiday now. People other than Christians also celebrate it.
(A) reliable
(B) regular
(C) reluctant
(D) religious
9.9. Although he is in financial difficulties, he is ___to accept my offer of the loan of twenty thousand dollars.
(A) reliable
(B) regular
(C) reluctant
(D) religious
10.10.After the mutiny, the captain of the merchant ship was left behind in some _____ island in the Pacific Ocean.
(A) residential
(B) remote
(C) risky
(D) ridiculous
11.11.The factory must be torn down because it is not allowed in _______ area.
(A) residential
(B) remote
(C) risky
(D) ridiculous
12.12.The cowboy looked ________ in that strange-looking hat.
(A) residential
(B) remote
(C) risky
(D) ridiculous
13.13. It's too ______ to do the bungee jumping from the cliff.
(A) residential
(B) remote
(C) risky
(D) ridiculous
14.14.Don't believe him. What he said just now was _______.
(A) sacred
(B) rubbish
(C) secret
(D) satisfied
15.15.Both the Bible and the Koran are regarded as ________ books.
(A) sacred
(B) rubbish
(C) secret
(D) satisfied
16.16.The teacher was not ________ with my history report. She asked me to rewrite
(A) sacred
(B) rubbish
(C) secret
(D) satisfied
17.17.Tom loves his English teacher but dare not tell her the truth. He is a ________ irer of her.
(A) sacred
(B) rubbish
(C) secret
(D) satisfied
18.18.Tim doesn't like to eat beef, so his wife _______ makes steak.
(A) self-evident
(B) seldom
(C) sentimental
(D) sensitive
19.19. The need for reform was ________ . No wonder a large number of people came up with their opinions.
(A) self-evident
(B) seldom
(C) sentimental
(D) sensitive
20.20. Mr. White always wears sunglasses because his eyes are ________ to light.
(A) self-evident
(B) seldom
(C) sentimental
(D) sensitive
21.21. Why are you so ________ about that old coat? Although it is a gift from you grandfather, it is almost worn out.
(A) self-evident
(B) seldom
(C) sentimental
(D) sensitive
22.33. The ________ teacher punishes his students when they don't do their homework or talk in class.
(A) spiritual
(B) specific
(C) strict
(D) stressed
23.34. He was set free because the police didn't get ________ evidence to convict him.
(A) suitable
(B) sufficient
(C) suspicious
(D) superstitious
24.35. The young couple rent a small apartment ________ for a family with two kids.
(A) suitable
(B) sufficient
(C) suspicious
(D) superstitious
25.36. Hindus think bathing in the Ganges can purify their souls. Are they religious or ________ ?
(A) suitable
(B) sufficient
(C) suspicious
(D) superstitious
26.37. The manager is ______ of the new employee.
(A) suitable
(B) sufficient
(C) suspicious
(D) superstitious
27.38. He is an enthusiastic person, but too much enthusiasm from him made me ________ of his motive.
(A) sweltering
(B) suspicious
(C) sympathetic
(D) swollen
28.39. To make both ends meet, the farmers were working hard under the ________ sky.
(A) sweltering
(B) suspicious
(C) sympathetic
(D) swollen
29.40. The boy's eyes were red and ________ from crying too long.
(A) sweltering
(B) suspicious
(C) sympathetic
(D) swollen
30.41. Many visitors were ________ to the sufferings of early Chinese miners in San Francisco.
(A) sweltering
(B) suspicious
(C) sympathetic
(D) swollen
31.42.In the past, there seemed no reason to ban children from watching TV. In _______ times, however, there has been an increase in the amount of violence on TV.
(A) rough
(B) recent
(C) scenic
(D) royal
32.43.Computers have taken the place of manpower in _______ years.
(A) rough
(B) recent
(C) scenic
(D) royal
33.44.Some teen-aged boys are _______ , always looking for a fight to solve problems.
(A) rough
(B) recent
(C) scenic
(D) royal
34.45.Without substantial power in hand, the _______1 members of Britain still enjoy a lot of prestige as well as privileges.
(A) scenic
(B) royal
(C) sheer
(D) sharp
35.46. Renting National Park is noted for its ________ beauty.
(A) sharp
(B) scenic
(C) sore
(D) sheer
36.47. The clock strikes three, so it is three o'clock ________ now.
(A) sharp
(B) scenic
(C) sore
(D) sheer
37.48. I think the boy won the first prize by ________ luck, not by his ability.
(A) sharp
(B) scenic
(C) sore
(D) sheer
38.50.The residents left their homes _______ when ordered to get on the bus to go to a quarantine hospital.
(A) seem
(B) reluctantly
(C) smoothly
(D) skillfully
39.51.The green leaves ________ more beautiful after the rain.
(A) seem
(B) reluctantly
(C) smoothly
(D) skillfully
40.52. He declined my invitation ________ without hurting my pride.
(A) seem
(B) reluctantly
(C) smoothly
(D) skillfully
41.53. Because nobody opposed the plan, the meeting went on ________.
(A) smooth
(B) smoothly
(C) subsequently
(D) straight
42.54. The traffic was running so ______that it took me less than two hours to travel from Taichung to Tainan.
(A) smoothly
(B) smooth
(C) subsequently
(D) straight
43.55.Go ________ down the road, and you'll see the post office on your left.
(A) smoothly
(B) smoothly
(C) subsequently
(D) straight
44.56. Originally, he was believed to be a gentleman, but ________ , he was proved to be a hypocrite.
(A) smoothly
(B) smoothly
(C) subsequently
(D) straight
45.57.When they hear SARS, most people's initial _______ was fear.
(A) reality
(B) reaction
(C) recreation
(D) recipe
46.58.You should face the _______ bravely instead of burying your head in the sand.
(A) reality
(B) reaction
(C) recreation
(D) recipe
47.59.She followed her mother's _______ and directions to make the apple pie.
(A) reality
(B) reaction
(C) recreation
(D) recipe
48.60. People now put more emphasis on _______, for they think all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
(A) reality
(B) reaction
(C) recreation
(D) recipe