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1(D).

He decided to ________ in the international culinary contest no matter how challenging it could be. 
(A)withdraw
(B)appreciate
(C)compensate
(D)participate


2(B).

I can not            his insolence.
(A)do in          
(B)do with      
(C)do on        
(D)do up


3(B).

第二篇:
  Sam Walton, the founder of the world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart, is a classic tale of the American dream come true. Born in 1916 in Oklahoma, his family lived on a farm until he was five. During that time, and through the Great Depression, Walton worked at odd jobs to help make ends meet. He learned the necessity of hard work and the importance of saving. 
  In 1945, Walton started his career in retail sales. He bought one of the franchise stores of a company called Ben Franklin, which sold household items. It became very successful, and Walton opened several more franchise stores for Ben Franklin, though he was allowed to use the name Walton 5&10. Eventually, in 1962, he felt it was time to start his own chain of stores. Wal-Mart was born.
  Walton’s business philosophy was an integral part of his success. He made sure that the shelves were always well-stocked and clean, while emphasizing high-volume sales, rock-bottom prices and excellent customer service. A number of innovations that Walton made have established the basic operation model for today’s grocery business, like moving the checkout counters to the front of the store, offering coupons for discounts, creating an advanced inventory system to keep the shelves full, and satisfactory policy for product return and refund. With the strong infrastructure built by Walton himself, Wal-Mart, hiring more than two million employees now, continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

【題組】47.Which of the following is closest in meaning to the phrase “rock-bottom prices”?
(A) The original prices
(B) The lowest prices
(C) The wholesaler prices
(D) The manufacturer prices


4(D).

35. Sara gives her grandparents a lot of _____ support.
(A) rave
(B) federal
(C) cheap
(D) emotional


5(A).

19. Martha is _____ waiting for her son, who should have been home an hour ago.
(A) anxiously
(B) horribly
(C) timidly
(D) courageously


6(A).

24. If it ________ tomorrow, I will stay at home all day long.
(A) rains
(B) will rain
(C) raining
(D) is raining


7(B).

17. Scientists believe that our brain will work_______more efficiently if both the right side and the left side are developed equally.
(A) as
(B) much
(C) such
(D) the


8(D).

1. Most parents are very proud of their children’s ______ .
(A) arrogance
(B) bitterness
(C) fulfillment
(D) accomplishment


9(B).

21. Sean doesn’t look_, but he is, in fact, excellent at sports, especially football.
(A) enthusiastic
(B) athletic
(C) eloquent
(D) intelligent


10(A).

       To become a productive citizen, you’ll need to find work after you finish school. For that, you will need to obey the conventions of job interviews. Without the right preparation, finding a job can be a stressful and frustrating experience, especially in English-speaking countries.
       In order to find employment opportunities, there are several places you can look. Most newspapers have a “want ads” section that lists job openings in your local area. You may need to buy newspapers from other parts of the country or even the world if you want to work elsewhere. Alternatively, you can go to an employment agency, which can find you jobs in clerical and technical industries. In addition, the Internet is a new and powerful job source. Some websites list jobs by field and location, and many companies show new positions on their web pages.
       No matter how you find a job, you’ll probably have to go on a job interview. Most employers have expectations about how you’ll look and act when they first meet you. They’ll expect that you will bring a resume that describes your prior work experiences and education. You will have to dress in your best clothing: a suit and necktie for men, and a skirt and blouse for women. Finally, your interviewer will expect you to address him or her cordially, using “ma’am” or “sir” when you answer questions. It’s probably also a good idea to find out relevant information about a company beforehand if you want them to hire you.
      There are, of course, exceptions to these rules. Many creative or scholarly fields don’t require the same level of formality. But it is always safest to prepare for every possibility if you want to seem professional.

【題組】42. What should your resume tell an employer?
(A) Your work experiences and education
(B) Your education and perspection
(C) All the jobs you plan to have in your life
(D) Your prior work and references


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