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Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41 She ought to stop work; she has a headache because she _____________ too long.

  A) has been reading B) had read

  C) is reading D) read

  42 Niagara Falls is a great tourist ___________, drawing millions of visitors every year.

  A) attention B) attraction

  C) appointment D) arrangement

  43 I don’t mind ___________ the decision as long as it is not too late.

  A) you to delay making B) your delaying making

  C) your delaying to make D) you delay to make

  44 The hopes, goals, fears and desires ______________ widely between men and women, between the rich and the poor.

  A) alter B) shift

  C) transfer D) vary

  45 Corn originated in the New World and thus was not known in Europe until Columbus found it ______________ in Cuba.

  A) being cultivated B) been cultivated

  C) having cultivated D) cultivating

  46 The sale usually takes place outside the house, with the audience ___________ on benches, chairs or boxes.

  A) having seated B) seating

  C) seated D) having been seated

  47 This kind of glasses manufactured by experienced craftsmen ___________ comfortably.

  A) is worn B) wears

  C) wearing D) are worn

  48 Some diseases are ______________ by certain water animals.

  A) transplanted B) transformed

  C) transported D) transmitted

  49 Wouldn’t you rather your child _________________ to bed early?

  A) go B) went

  C) would go D) goes

  50 Although Anne is happy with her success she wonders _____________ will happen to her private life.

  A) that B) what

  C) it D) this

  51 The words of his old teacher left a ______ impression on his mind. He is still influenced by them.

  A) staying not B) not to stay

  C) that he would not stay D) that he not stay

52 Mike’s uncle insists ______________ in this hotel.

  A) whatever B) whomever

  C) whichever D) whoever

  53 We agreed to accept ______________ they thought was the best tourist guide.

  A) whatever B) whomever

  C) whichever D) whoever

  54 It is our ___________ policy that we will achieve unity through peaceful means.

  A) consistent B) continuous

  C) considerate D) continual

  55 Between 1974 and 1997, the number of overseas visitors expanded _________27%.

  A) by B) for

  C) to D) in

  56 Although many people view conflict as bad, conflict is sometimes useful ___________ it forces people to test the relative merits of their attitudes and behaviors.

  A) by which B) to which

  C) in that D) so that

  57 He is __________ about his chances of winning a gold medal in the Olympics next year.

  A) optimistic B) optional

  C) outstanding D) obvious

  58 Sometimes I wish I ___________ in a different time and a different place.

  A) be living B) were living

  C) would live D) would have lived

  59 The director was critical _______________ the way we were doing the work.

  A) at B) in

  C) of D) with

  60 In a sudden _____________ of anger, the man tore up everything within reach.

  A) attack B) burst

  C) split D) blast

  61 ______________ she realized it was too late to go home.

  A) No sooner it grew dark than B) Hardly did it grow dark that

  C) Scarcely had it grown dark than D) It was not until dark that

  62 In Britain people _____________ four million tons of potatoes every year.

  A) swallow B) dispose

  C) consume D) exhaust

  63 I’d _____________ his reputation with other farmers and business people in the community, and then make a decision about whether or not to approve a loan.

  A) take into account B) account for

  C) make up for D) make out

64 It is essential that these application forms _____________ back as early as possible.

  A) must be sent B) will be sent

  C) are sent D) be sent

  65 She cooked the meat for a long time so as to make it _____________ enough to eat.

  A) mild B) slight

  C) light D) tender

  66 We take our skin for granted until it is burned _____________ repair.

  A) beyond B) for

  C) without D) under

  67 The computer revolution may well change society as _____________ as did the Industrial Revolution.

  A) certainly B) insignificantly

  C) fundamentally D) comparatively

  68 _____________ in this way, the situation doesn’t seem so disappointing.

  A) To look at B) Looking at

  C) Looked at D) To be looked at

  69 A lot of ants are always invading my kitchen. They are a thorough ___________.

  A) nuisance B) trouble

  C) worry D) anxiety

  70 Some women ______________ a good salary in a job instead of staying home, but they decided not to work for the sake of the family.

  A) must make B) should have made

  C) would make D) could have made

  Part II Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  21 As we can no longer wait for the delivery of our order, we have to _______ it.

  A) postpone B) refuse

  C) delay D) cancel

  22 These books, which you can get at any bookshop, will give you _______ you need.

  A) all the information B) all the informations

  C) all of information D) all of the informations

  23 Not until the game had begun _______ at the sports ground.

  A) had he arrived B) would he have arrived

  C) did he arrive D) should he have arrived

  24 Young people are not _______ to stand and look at works of art; they want art they can participate in.

  A) conservative B) content

  C) confident D) generous

25 Most broadcasters maintain that TV has been unfairly criticized and argue that the power of the medium is _______.

  A) granted B) implied

  C) exaggerated D) remedied

  26 These surveys indicate that many crimes go _______ by the police, mainly because not all victims report them.

  A) unrecorded B) to be unrecorded

  C) unrecording D) to have been unrecorded

  27 I have no objection _______ your story again.

  A) to hear B) to hearing

  C) to having heard D) to have heard

  28 The clothes a person wears may express his _______ or social position.

  A) curiosity B) status

  C) determination D) significance

  29 By law, when one makes a large purchase, he should have _______ opportunity to change his mind.

  A) accurate B) urgent

  C) excessive D) adequate

  30 You will see this product _______ wherever you go.

  A) to be advertised B) advertised

  C) advertise D) advertising

  31 The early pioneers had to _______ many hardships to settle on the new land.

  A) go along with B) go back on

  C) go through D) go into

  32 The suggestion that the major _______ the prizes was accepted by everyone.

  A) would present B) present

  C) presents D) ought to present

  33 Beer is the most popular drink among male drinkers, _______ overall consumption is significantly higher than that of women.

  A) whose B) which

  C) that D) what

  34 Peter, who had been driving all day, suggested _______ at the next town.

  A) to stop B) stopping

  C) stop D) having stopped

  35 I didn’t know the word. I had to _______ a dictionary.

  A) look out B) make out

  C) refer to D) go over

  36 The professor could hardly find sufficient grounds _______ his arguments in favour of the new theory.

  A) to be based on B) to base on

  C) which to base on D) on which to base

37 There are signs _______ restaurants are becoming more popular with families.

  A) that B) which

  C) in which D) whose

  38 I think I was at school, _______ I was staying with a friends during the vacation when I heard the news.

  A) or else B) and then

  C) or so D) even so

  39 It is said that the math teacher seems _______ towards bright students.

  A) partial B) beneficial

  C) preferable D) liable

  40 In order to show his boss what a careful worker he was, he took _______ trouble over the figures.

  A) extensive B) spare

  C) extra D) supreme

  41 — “May I speak to your manager Mr. Williams at five o’clock tonight?”

  — “I’m sorry. Mr. Williams _______ to a conference long before then.”

  A) will have gone B) had gone

  C) would have gone D) has gone

  42 You _______ him so closely; you should have kept your distance.

  A) shouldn’t follow B) mustn’t follow

  C) couldn’t’ have been following D) shouldn’t have been following

  43 The growth of part-time and flexible working patterns, and of training and retraining schemes, _______ more women to take advantage of employment opportunities.

  A) have allowed B) allow

  C) allowing D) allows

  44 Everybody _______ in the hall where they were welcomed by the secretary.

  A) assembled B) accumulated

  C) piled D) joined

  45 Putting in a new window will _______ cutting away part of the roof.

  A) include B) involve

  C) contain D) comprise

  46 Living in the western part of the country has its problems, _______ obtaining fresh water is not the least.

  A) with which B) for which

  C) of which D) which

  47 In the _______ of the project not being a success, the investors stand to lose up to $30 million.

  A) face B) time

  C) event D) course

  48 The manager would rather his daughter _______ in the same office.

  A) had not worked B) not to work

  C) does not work D) did not work

49 _______, he does get annoyed with her sometimes.

  A) Although much he likes her B) Much although he likes her

  C) As he likes her much D) Much as he likes her

  50 The British constitution is _______ a large extent a product of the historical events described above.

  A) within B) to

  C) by D) at

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41 It is important that the hotel receptionist _______ that guests are registered correctly.

  A) has made sure B) made sure

  C) must make sure D) make sure

  42 I suggested he should _______ himself to his new conditions.

  A) adapt B) adopt

  C) regulate D) suit

  43 I’ll never forget _______ you for the first time.

  A) to meet B) meeting

  C) to have met D) having to be meeting

  44 Cancellation of the flight _______ many passengers to spend the night at the airport.

  A) resulted B) obliged

  C) demanded D) recommended

  45 That young man still denies _______ the fire behind the store.

  A) start B) to start

  C) having started D) to have started

  46 _______ in a recent science competition, the three students were awarded scholarships totaling $21,000.

  A) Judged the best B) Judging the best

  C) To be judged the best D) Having judged the best

  47 Without proper lessons, you could _______ a lot of bad habits when playing the piano.

  A) keep up B) pick up

  C) draw up D) catch up

  48 Everything we eat and drink contains some salt; we can meet the body’s need for it from natural sources without turning _______ the salt bottle.

  A) up B) to

  C) on D) over

  49 He always did well at school _______ having to do part-time jobs every now and then.

  A) in spite of B) regardless of

  C) on account of D) to case of

50 _______ receiving financial support from family, community or the government is allowed, it is never admired.

  A) As B) Once

  C) Although D) Lest

  51 All the key words in the article are printed in _______ type so as to attract readers’ attention.

  A) dark B) dense

  C) black D) bold

  52 The basic features of the communication process are identified in one question: Who says _______ through what channel to whom?

  A) how B) when

  C) what D) such

  53 I didn’t _______ to take a taxi but I had to as I was late.

  A) assume B) suppose

  C) mean D) hope

  54 The hours _______ the children spend in their one-way relationship with television people undoubtedly affect their relationships with real-life people.

  A) in which B) on which

  C) when D) that

  55 I’d rather have a room of my own, however small it is, than _______ a room with someone else.

  A) share B) to share

  C) sharing D) to have shared

  56 In Disneyland every year, some 800,000 plants are replaced because Disney refused to _______ signs asking his “guests” not to step on them.

  A) put down B) put out

  C) put up D) put off

  57 _______ difficulties we may come across, we’ll help one another to overcome them.

  A) Wherever B) Whatever

  C) However D) Whenever

  58 So many directors _______, the board meeting had to be put off.

  A) were absent B) been absent

  C) had been absent D) being absent

  59 On New Year’s Eve, New York City holds an outdoor _______ which attracts a crowd of a million or more people.

  A) incident B) event

  C) case D) affair

  60 American football and baseball are becoming known to the British public through televised _______ from the United States.

  A) transfer B) deliveries

  C) transportation D) transmissions

61 He will surely finished the job on time _______ he’s left to do it in his own way.

  A) in that B) so long as

  C) in case D) as far as

  62 If this kind of fish becomes _______, future generations may never taste it at all.

  A) minimum B) short

  C) seldom D) scarce

  63 The bank is reported in the local newspaper _______ in broad daylight yesterday.

  A) being robbed B) having been robbed

  C) to have been robbed D) robbed

  64 Agriculture was a step in human progress _______ which subsequently there was not anything comparable until our own machine age.

  A) in B) for

  C) to D) from

  65 The same factors push wages and prices u together, the one _______ the other.

  A) emphasizing B) reinforcing

  C) multiplying D) increasing

  66 No one had told Smith about _______ a lecture the following day.

  A) there being B) there be

  C) there would be D) there was

  67 Operations which left patients _______ and in need of long periods of recovery time now leave them feeling relaxed and comfortable.

  A) exhausted B) abandoned

  C) injured D) deserted

  68 I was halfway back to the cottage where my mother lived ___ Susan caught up with me.

  A) when B) while

  C) until D) though

  69 _______ the temperature falling so rapidly, we couldn’t go on with the experiment.

  A) Since B) For

  C) As D) With

  70 The bed has been _______ in the family. It was my great-grandmother’s originally.

  A) handed out B) handed over

  C) handed down D) handed round

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  31 By the time he arrives in Beijing, we __________ here for tow days.

  A) have been staying B) have stayed

  C) shall stay D) will have stayed

32 According to the American federal government, residents of Hawaii have the longest life __________: 77.2 years.

  A) scope B) rank

  C) span D) scale

  33 The millions of calculations involved, had they been done by hand, __________ all practical value by the time they were finished.

  A) had lost B) would lose

  C) would have lost D) should have lost

  34 As a public relations officer, he is said __________ some very influential people.

  A) to have been knowing B) to be knowing

  C) to have known D) to know

  35 Our hopes __________ and fell in the same instant.

  A) aroused B) arose

  C) raised D) rose

  36 With the development in science and technology man can make various flowers __________ before their time.

  A) be bloomed B) blooming

  C) bloom D) bloomed

  37 A season ticket __________ the holder to make as many journeys as he wishes within the stated period of time.

  A) grants B) promises

  C) entitles D) presents

  38 __________ in the office had made a mistake, and the firm regretted causing the customer inconvenience.

  A) Some B) Anyone

  C) One D) Someone

  39 In recent years much more emphasis has been put __________ developing the sutdents’ productive skills.

  A) over B) onto

  C) in D) on

  40 Only a selected number of landladies in the neighbourhood have been allowed by the university to take in __________.

  A) residents B) inhabitants

  C) lodgers D) settlers

  41 The fire was finally brought under control, but not __________ extensive damage had been caused.

  A) after B) before

  C) since D) as

  42 Purchasing the new production line will be a __________ deal for the company.

  A) profitable B) tremendous

  C) forceful D) favorite

  43 Rod is determined to get a seat for the concert __________ it means standing in a queue all night.

  A) provided B) whatever

  C) even if D) as if

44 We hadn’t met for 20 years, but I recognized her __________ I saw her.

  A) for the moment B) the moment when

  C) at the moment when D) the moment

  45 Though he was born and brought up in America, he can speak __________ Chinese.

  A) smooth B) fluent

  C) fluid D) flowing

  46 Government reports, examination compositions, legal documents and most business letters are the main situations __________ formal language is used.

  A) in which B) on which

  C) in that D) at what

  47 Fifty years ago, wealthy people liked hunting wild animals for fun ________ sightseeing.

  A) than to go B) rather than to go

  C) more than going D) other than going

  48 If the building project __________ by the end of this month is delayed, the construction company will be fined.

  A) to be completed B) is completed

  C) being completed D) completed

  49 He wrote an article criticizing the Greek poet and won __________ and a scholarship.

  A) status B) fame

  C) faith D) courage

  50 Jack wishes that he __________ business instead of history when he was in university.

  A) had studied B) study

  C) studied D) had been studying

  51 The older New England villages have changed relatively little __________ a gas station or two in recent decades.

  A) except B) besides

  C) in addition to D) except for

  52 The Car Club couldn’t __________ to meet the demands of all its members.

  A) ensure B) guarantee

  C) assume D) confirm

  53 Extensive reporting on television has helped to __________ interest in a wide variety of sports and activities.

  A) gather B) generate

  C) assemble D) yield

  54 The president promised to keep all the board members __________ of how the negotiations were going on.

  A) informed B) inform

  C) be informed D) informing

  55 Eating too much fat can __________ heart disease and cause high blood pressure.

  A) contribute to B) attribute to

  C) attend to D) devote to

56 All the tasks __________ ahead of time, they decided to go on holiday for a week.

  A) had been fulfilled B) were fulfilled

  C) having been fulfilled D) been fulfilled

  57 This article __________ more attention to the problem of cultural interference in foreign language teaching and learning.

  A) calls for B) applies for

  C) cares for D) allows for

  58 He was punished __________ he should make the same mistake again.

  A) unless B) lest

  C) if D) provided

  59 Petrol is refined from the __________ oil we take out of the ground.

  A) fresh B) original

  C) rude D) crude

  60 __________ in the United States, St. Louis has now become the 24th largest city.

  A) The fourth biggest city it was

  B) Once the fourth biggest city

  C) Being the fourth biggest city

  D) It was once the fourth biggest city

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41 By the time you get to New York, I ________ for London.

  A) would be leaving B) am leaving

  C) have already left D) shall have left

  42 The article suggests that when a person ________ under unusual stress he should be especially careful to have a well-balanced diet.

  A) is B) were

  C) be D) was

  43 The lawyer advised him to drop the ________, since he stands little chance to win.

  A) event B) incident

  C) case D) affair

  44 Sometimes children have trouble ________ fact from fiction and may believe that such things actually exist.

  A) to separate B) separating

  C) for separating D) of separating

  45 He is quite sure that it’s ________ impossible for him to fulfill the task within two days.

  A) absolutely B) exclusively

  C) fully D) roughly

46 There was a big hole in the road which ________ the traffic.

  A) set back B) stood back

  C) held up D) kept down

  47 Many a delegate was in favor of his proposal that a special committee ________ to investigate the incident.

  A) were set up B) was set up

  C) be set up D) set up

  48 In the Chinese household, grandparents and other relatives play ________ roles in raising children.

  A) incapable B) indispensable

  C) insensible D) infinite

  49 Eye contact is important because wrong contact may create a communication ________.

  A) tragedy B) vacuum

  C) question D) barrier

  50 There was such a long line at the exhibition _____ we had to wait for about half an hour.

  A) as B) that

  C) so D) hence

  51 There is no ________ to there house from the main road.

  A) access B) avenue

  C) exposure D) edge

  52 ________ energy under the earth must be released in one form or another, for example, an earthquake.

  A) Accumulated B) Gathered

  C) Assembled D) Collected

  53 He wasn’t appointed chairman of the committee, ________ not very popular with all its members.

  A) to be considered B) considering

  C) being considered D) having considered

  54 The twentieth century has witnessed an enormous worldwide political, economic and cultural ________.

  A) tradition B) transportation

  C) transmission D) transformation

  55 The ________ stuck on the envelope says “By Air”.

  A) diagram B) label

  C) signal D) mark

  56 Mobile telecommunications ________ is expected to double in Shanghai this year as a result of a contract signed between the two companies.

  A) capacity B) potential

  C) possession D) impact

  57 Reading ________ the lines, I would say that the Government are more worried than they will admit.

  A) behind B) between

  C) along D) among

58 My brother’s plans are very ________; he wants to master English, French and Spanish before he is sixteen.

  A) arbitrary B) aggressive

  C) ambitious D) abundant

  59 Things might have been much worse if the mother ______ on her right to keep the baby.

  A) has been insisting B) had insisted

  C) would insist D) insisted

  60 The statistical figures in that report are not ________. You should not refer to them.

  A) accurate B) fixed

  C) delicate D) rigid

  61 Contrast may make something appear more beautiful than it is when ________ alone.

  A) seen B) is seen

  C) to be seen D) having been seen

  62 The football game comes to you ________ from New York.

  A) lively B) alive

  C) live D) living

  63 None of us expected the chairman to ________ at the party. We thought he was still in hospital.

  A) turn in B) turn over

  C) turn up D) turn down

  64 The mother didn’t know who ________ for the broken glass.

  A) blamed B) be blamed

  C) to blame D) would blame

  65 He ________ to his customers and halved the price.

  A) leaked B) drew

  C) quoted D) yielded

  66 Tryon was extremely angry, but cool-headed enough to ________ storming into the boss’s office.

  A) prevent B) prohibit

  C) turn D) avoid

  67 All flights ________ because of the terrible weather, they had to go there by train.

  A) having been canceled B) had been canceled

  C) having canceled D) were canceled

  68 The author of the report is well ________ with the problems in the hospital because he has been working there for many years.

  A) informed B) acquainted

  C) enlightened D) acknowledged

  69 The boy spent as much time watching TV as he ________ studying.

  A) does B) had

  C) was D) did

70 The ships’ generator broke down, and the pumps had to be operated ________ instead of mechanically.

  A) manually B) artificially

  C) automatically D) synthetically

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 3.0. incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41. You would be ______ a risk to let your child go to school by himself.

  A) omitting B) attaching

  C) affording D) running

  42. He is always here; it’s ______ you’ve never met him.

  A) unique B) strange

  C) rare D) peculiar

  43. There has been a great increase in retail sales, ______?

  A) does there B) isn’t there

  C) hasn’t there D) isn’t it

  44. We’d like to ______ a table for five for dinner this evening.

  A) preserve B) retain

  C) reserve D) sustain

  45 Although a teenager, Fred could resist ______ what to do and what not to do.

  A) being told B) telling

  C) to be told D) to tell

  46. The European Union countries were once worried that they would not have ______ supplies of petroleum.

  A) proficient B) efficient

  C) potential D) sufficient

  47. In fact, Peter would rather have left for San Francisco than ______ in New York.

  A) to stay B) stayed

  C) staying D) having stayed

  48. He soon received promotion, for his superiors realized that he was a man of considerable

  A) ability B) future

  C) possibility D) opportunity

  49. Britain ahs the highest ______ of road traffic in the world — over 60 cars for every mile of road.

  A) popularity B) density

  C) intensity D) prosperity

  50. How is it ______ your roommate’s request and yours are identical?

  A) if B) so

  C) what D) that

51. In my opinion, he’s ______ the most imaginative of all the contemporary poets.

  A) in all B) at best

  C) for all D) by far

  52. He didn’t have time to read the report word for word: he just ______ it.

  A) skimmed B) observed

  C) overlooked D) glanced

  53. The leader of the expedition ______ everyone to follow his example.

  A) promoted B) reinforced

  C) sparked D) inspired

  54. What a lovely party! It’s worth ______ all my life.

  A) remembering B) to remember

  C) to be remembered D) being remembered

  55. Who would you rather ______ with you, George or me?

  A) going B) to go

  C) have gone D) went

  56. The ______ goal of the book is to help bridge the gap between research and teaching, particularly between researchers and teachers.

  A) intensive B) concise

  C) joint D) overall

  57. The owner and editor of the newspaper ______ the conference.

  A) were attending B) were to attend

  C) is to attend D) are to attend

  58. We left the meeting, there obviously ______ no point in staying.

  A) were B) being

  C) to be D) having

  59. Their products are frequently overpriced and ______ in quality.

  A) influential B) inferior

  C) superior D) subordinate

  60. The neighborhood boys like to play basketball on that ______ lot.

  A) valid B) vacant

  C) vain D) vague

  61. These people once had fame and fortune; now ______ is left to them is utter poverty.

  A) all that B) all what

  C) all which D) that all

  62. To our ______, Geoffrey’s illness proved not to be as serious as we had feared.

  A) anxiety B) relief

  C) view D) judgment

63. Many people like white color as it is a ______ of purity.

  A) symbol B) sign

  C) signal D) symptom

  64. The residents, ______ had been damaged by the fire, were given help by the Red Cross.

  A) all of their homes B) all their homes

  C) whose all homes D) all of whose homes

  65. This research has attracted wide ______ coverage and has featured on BBC television’s Tomorrow’s World.

  A) message B) information

  C) media D) data

  66. I would never have ______ a court of law if I hadn’t been so desperate.

  A) sought for B) accounted for

  C) turned up D) resorted to

  67. Investigators agreed that passengers on the airliner ______ at the very moment of the crash.

  A) should have died B) must be dying

  C) must have died D) ought to die

  68. The energy ______ by the chain reaction is transformed into heat.

  A) transferred B) released

  C) delivered D) conveyed

  69. ______ their work will give us a much better feel for the wide differences between the two schools of thought.

  A) To have reviewed B) Having reviewed

  C) Reviewing D) Being reviewed

  70. During the process, great care has to be taken to protect the ______ silk from damage.

  A) sensitive B) tender

  C) delicate D) sensible

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 3.0. incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  31. Such crimes may be so complex that months or years go by before anyone _______ them.

  A) discovered C) would have discovered

  B) will discover D) discovers

  32. Though ________ in a big city, Peter always prefers to paint the primitive scenes of country life.

  A) grown C) tended

  B) raised D) cultivated

  33. The careless man received a ticket for speeding. He ________ have driven so fast.

  A) can’t C) shouldn’t

  B) wouldn’t D) mustn’t

34. If people feel hopeless, they don’t bother to ________ the skills they need to succeed.

  A) adopt C) accumulate

  B) acquire D) assemble

  35. If I ________ harder at school, I would be sitting in a comfortable office now.

  A) worked C) had worked

  B) were to work D) were working

  36. The shop assistant was dismissed as she was ________ of cheating customers.

  A) accused C) scolded

  B) charged D) cursed

  37. All her energies are ________ upon her children and she seems to have little time for anything else.

  A) guided C) directed

  B) aimed D) focused

  38. While crossing the mountain area, all the men carried guns lest they ___ by wild animals.

  A) should be attacked C) must be attacked

  B) had been attacked D) would be attacked

  39. Everyone should be ___ to a decent standard of living and an opportunity to be educated.

  A) attributed C) identified

  B) entitled D) justified

  40. His wife is constantly funding _______ with him, which makes him very angry.

  A) errors C) fault

  B) shortcomings D) flaw

  41. Vitamins are complex _______ that the body requires in very small mounts.

  A) matters C) particles

  B) materials D) substances

  42. Apart from caring for her children, she has to take on such heavy _______ housework as carrying water and firewood.

  A) time-consumed C) time-consuming

  B) timely-consumed D) timely-consuming

  43. Anna was reading a piece of science fiction, completely _______ to the outside world.

  A) having been lost C) losing

  B) to be lost D) lost

  44. The police are trying to find out the _______ of the woman killed in the traffic accident.

  A) evidence C) status

  B) recognition D) identity

  45. All human beings have a comfortable zone regulating the _______ they keep from someone they talk with.

  A) distance C) range

  B) scope D) boundary

46. We have planned an exciting publicity _______ with our advertisers.

  A) struggle C) battle

  B) campaign D) conflict

  47. _______ the help of their group, we would not have succeeded in the investigation.

  A) Besides C) But for

  B) Regardless of D) Despite

  48. _______ much is known about what occurs during sleep, the precise function of sleep and its different stages remains largely in the realm of assumption.

  A) Because C) Since

  B) For D) While

  49. John doesn’t believe in _______ medicine; he has some remedies of his own.

  A) standard C) routine

  B) regular D) conventional

  50. Owing to _______ competition among the airlines, travel expenses have been reduced considerably.

  A) fierce C) eager

  B) strained D) critical

  51. They always give the vacant seats to _______ comes first.

  A) whoever C) who

  B) whomever D) whom

  52. In Africa, educational costs are very low for those who are _______ enough to get into universities.

  A) ambitious C) aggressive

  B) fortunate D) substantial

  53. Professor Wang, _______ for his informative lectures, was warmly received by his students.

  A) knowing C) to be known

  B) known D) having known

  54. Our manager is _______ an important customer now and he will be back this afternoon.

  A) calling on C) calling up

  B) calling in D) calling for

  55. A fire engine must have priority as it usually has to deal with some kind of _______.

  A) precaution C) emergency

  B) crisis D) urgency

  56. He said that the driver must have had an accident; otherwise he _______ by then.

  A) would have arrived C) should arrive

  B) must have arrived D) would arrive

  57. The film provides a deep _______ into a wide range of human qualifies and feelings.

  A) insight C) fancy

  B) imagination D) outlook

58. It is high time that such practices _______.

  A) are ended C) were ended

  B) be ended D) must be ended

  59. Urban crowdedness would be greatly relieved if only the _______ charged on public transport were more reasonable.

  A) fees C) payments

  B) fares D) costs

  60. The doctor had almost lost hope at one point, but the patient finally _______.

  A) pulled out C) pulled up

  B) pulled through D) pulled over

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 3.0. incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41. She ______ her trip to New York because she was ill.

  A) called off B) closed down

  C) put up D) went off

  42. ______ the storm, the ship would have reached its destination on time.

  A) But for B) In case of

  C) In spite of D) Because of

  43. We should concentrate on sharply reducing interest rates to pull the economy out of ______.

  A) rejection B) restriction

  C) retreat D) recession

  44. The ______ of finding gold in California attracted a lot of people to settle down there.

  A) prospects B) speculations

  C) stakes D) provisions

  45 I suffered from mental ______ because of stress from my job.

  A) damage B) release

  C) relief D) fatigue

  46. The rest of the day was entirely at his ______ for reading or recreation.

  A) dismissal B) survival

  C) disposal D) arrival

  47. You will not be ______ about your food in time of great hunger.

  A) special B) particular

  C) peculiar D) specific

  48. Crime is increasing worldwide, and there is every reason to believe the ______ will continue into the next decade.

  A) emergency B) trend

  C) pace D) schedule

49. You shouldn’t have written in the ______ since the book belongs to the library.

  A) interval B) border

  C) margin D) edge

  50. The ______ of airplane engines announced a coming air raid.

  A) roar B) exclamation

  C) whistle D) scream

  51. This ticket ______ you to a free boat tour on the lake.

  A) entitles B) appoints

  C) grants D) credits

  52. This is the nurse who ______ to me when I was ill in hospital.

  A) accompanied B) attended

  C) entertained D) shielded

  53. I was about to ______ a match when I remembered Tom’s warning.

  A) rub B) hit

  C) scrape D) strike

  54. The advertisement says this material doesn’t ______ in the wash, but it has.

  A) contract B) shrink

  C) slim D) dissolve

  55. He was proud of being chosen to participate in the game and he ______ us that he would try as hard as possible.

  A) insured B) guaranteed

  C) assumed D) assured

  56. Not only the professionals but also the amateurs will ______ from the new training facilities.

  A) derive B) acquire

  C) benefit D) reward

  57. The work was almost complete when we received orders to ______ no further with it.

  A) progress B) proceed

  C) march D) promote

  58. I waited for him half an hour, but he never ______.

  A) turned in B) turned down

  C) turned off D) turned up

  59. A house with a dangerous gas ______ can be broken into immediately.

  A) leak B) split

  C) mess D) crack

  60. A dark suit is ______ to a light one for evening wear.

  A) favourable B) suitable

  C) preferable D) proper

61. It was in the United States that I made the ______ of professor Jones.

  A) acknowledgement B) acquaintance

  C) recognition D) association

  62. Could you take a ______ sheet of paper and write your name at the top?

  A) bare B) vacant

  C) hollow D) blank

  63. A culture in which the citizens share similar religious beliefs and values is more likely to have laws that represent the wishes of its people than is a culture where citizens come from ______ backgrounds.

  A) extensive B) influential

  C) diverse D) identical

  64. Areas where students have particular difficulty have been treated ______ particular care.

  A) by B) in

  C) under D) with

  65. He gave a ______ to handle the affairs in a friendly manner.

  A) pledge B) mission

  C) plunge D) motion

  66. Don’t let the child play with scissors ______ he cuts himself.

  A) in case B) so that

  C) now that D) only if

  67. ______ the danger from enemy action, people had to cope with a severe shortage of food, clothing, fuel, and almost everything.

  A) As far as B) As long as

  C) As well as D) As soon as

  68. Many people lost their jobs during the business ______.

  A) desperation B) decrease

  C) despair D) depression

  69. Whenever a big company ______ a small one, the product almost always gets worse.

  A) gets on with B) cuts down

  C) takes over D) puts up with

  70. Mr. Smith was the only witness who said that the fire was ______.

  A) mature B) deliberate

  C) meaningful D) innocent

  Part Ⅲ Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences it: this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose cite ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the Corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

  41. The beam that is ________by a laser differs in several ways from the light that comes out of a flashlight.

  A) emitted C ) motivated

  B) transported D) translated

42. We booked rooms at the hotel ________we should find no vacancies on our arrival.

  A) whenever C) since

  B) if D) lest

  43. Modern forms of transportation and communication have done much to ________the isolation of life in Alaska.

  A) break through C) break into

  B) break down D) break out

  44. We know through painful experience that freedom is never by the oppressor; it must be ________by the oppressed.

  A) demanded C) required

  B) commanded D) requested

  45. Color and sex are not relevant ________whether a person is suitable for the job.

  A) on C) to

  B) for D) with

  46. ________the enormous flow of food from the entire globe, these countries have for many years not felt any population pressure.

  A)Thanks to C) In line with

  B) By means of D) With regard to

  47. Research universities have to keep up with the latest computer and scientific hardware ________price.

  A) On account of C) in addition to

  B) regardless of D) not to mention

  48. Three university departments have been ________ $600,000 to develop good practice in teaching and learning.

  A) promoted C) secured

  B) included D) awarded

  49. The rapid development of communications technology is transforming the ________in which people communicate across time and space.

  A) mood C) manner

  B) mission D) vision

  50. Mr. Jones holds strong views against video games and ________the closing of all recreation facilities for such games.

  A) assists C) advocates

  B) acknowledges D) admits

  51. Workers in the fine arts ________thoughts and feelings through their creative works.

  A) transmit C) convey

  B) elaborate D) contribute

  52. Small as it is, the ant is as much a creature as ________all other animals on earth.

  A) are C) is

  B) do D) have

  53. The policeman declared that the blow on the victim's head ________from behind.

  A) should have been made C) would have been made

  B) must have been made D) ought to have been made

54. Finding a job can be ________and disappointing, and therefore it is important that you are prepared.

  A) exploiting C) profiting

  B) frustrating D) misleading

  55. It British government often says that furnishing children with ________ to the information superhighway is a top priority.

  A) procedure C)allowance

  B) protection D) access

  56. Louis Herman, at the University of Hawall, has ________a series of new experiments in which some animals have learned to understand sentences.

  A) installed C) devised

  B) equipped D) formatted

  57. Researchers at the University of Illinois determined that the ________of a father can help improve a child’s grades.

  A) involvement C) association

  B) interaction D) communication

  58.We can accept your order ________payment is made in advance.

  A)in the belief that C) on the excuse that

  B) in order that D) on condition that

  59.Many in the credit industry expect that credit cards will eventually ________paper money for almost every purchase.

  A) exchange C)replace

  B) reduce D)trade

  60.Any donation you can give will help us ________the suffering and isolation of the homeless this New Year.

  A) lift C) comfort

  B) patch D) ease

  61. In India more than one hundred languages are spoken, ________ which only fourteen are recognized as official.

  A) of C) with

  B) in D) within

  62. Techniques for ________sleep would involve learning to control both mind and body so that sleep can occur.

  A) cultivating C) pushing

  B) promoting D) strengthening

  63. It is important to ________between the rules of grammar and the conventions of written language.

  A) determine C)explore

  B) identify D)distinguish

  64. It is too early to say whether IBM’s competitors will be able to ________their products to the new hardware at an affordable cost.

  A)adapt C) yield

  B)stick D)adopt

  65. This research has attracted wide coverage in the ________and has featured on BBC television’s Tomorrow’s World.

  A) data C)message

  B)source D)media

66.I had just posted the letter when I remembered that hadn’t ________the cheque.

  A) imposed C)enclosed

  B) involved D)contained

  67.She had a tense expression on her face, ________she were expecting trouble.

  A) even though C)even as

  B) as though D) now that

  68.They were ________admission to the military exhibition because they were foreigners.

  A) denied C)deprived

  B) declined D) rejected

  69.It gave me a strange feeling of excitement to see my name in ________.

  A) prospect C) process

  B) print D) press

  70. Residents were cutting their lawns, washing their cars and otherwise ________a pleasant, sunny day.

  A) idling away C) chasing away

  B) taking away D) driving away

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 3.0. incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  41. He asked us to _____ them in carrying through their plan.

  A. provide B. arouse C. assist D. persist

  42. A good many proposals were raised by the delegates, _____ was to be expected.

  A. that B. what C. so D. as

  43. He was such a _____ speaker that he held our attention every minute of the three-hour lecture.

  A. specific B. dynamic C. heroic D. diplomatic

  44. Arriving home, the boy told his parents about all the _____ which occurred in his dormitory.

  A. occasions B. matters C. incidents D. issues

  45. The opening between the rocks was very narrow, but the boys managed to _____ through.

  A. press B. squeeze C. stretch D. leap

  46. They are trying to _____ the waste discharged by the factory for profit.

  A. expose B. exhaust C. exhibit D. exploit

  47. The manager urged his staff not to _____ the splendid opportunity.

  A. drop B. miss C. escape D. slide

  48. _____ I admire David as a poet, I do not like him as a man.

  A. Much as B. Only if C. If only D. As much

  49. Because of a _____ engagement, Lora couldn't attend my birthday party last Saturday.

  A. Pioneer B. premature C. prior D. past

50. The continuous rain _____ the harvesting of the wheat crop by two weeks.

  A. set back B. set off C. set out D. set aside

  51. Not having a good command of English can be a serious _____ preventing you from achieving your goals.

  A. obstacle B. fault C. offense D. distress

  52. It's very _____ of you not to talk aloud while the baby is asleep.

  A. concerned B. careful C. considerable D. considerate

  53. Many a player who had been highly thought of has _____ from the tennis scene.

  A. disposed B. disappeared C. discouraged D. discarded

  54. She's fainted. Throw some water on her face and she'll _____.

  A. come round B. come along C. come on D. come out

  55. All their attempts to _____ the child from the burning building were in vain.

  A. regain B. recover C. rescue D. reserve

  56. Computer technology will _____ a revolution in business administration.

  A. bring around B. bring about C. bring out D. bring up

  57. The university has launched a research center to develop new ways of _____ bacteria which have become resistant to drug treatments.

  A. regulating B. halting C. interrupting D. combating

  58. The _____ goal of the book is to help bridge the gap between research and teaching, particularly the gap between researchers and teachers.

  A. joint B. intensive C. overall D. decisive

  59. The rapid development of communications technology is transforming the _____ in which people communicate across time and space.

  A. route B. transmission C. vision D. manner

  60. When I go out in the evening I use the bike _____ the car if I can.

  A. rather than B. regardless of C. in spite of D. other than

  61. There is no _____ evidence that people can control their dreams, at least in experimental situations in a lab.

  A. rigid B. solid C. smooth D. harsh

  62. Every culture has developed _____ for certain kinds of food and drink, and equally strong negative attitudes toward others.

  A. preferences B. expectations C. fantasies D. fashions

  63. It is reported that Uruguay understands and _____ China on human rights issues.

  A. grants B. changes C. abandons D. backs

  64. Only a few people have _____ to the full facts of the incident.

  A. access B. resort C. contact D. path

  65. His trousers _____ when he tried to jump over the fence.

  A. cracked B. split C. broke D. burst

  66. So far, _____ winds and currents have kept the thick patch of oil southeast of the Atlantic coast.

  A. governing B. blowing C. prevailing D. ruling

  67. The author was required to submit an _____ of about 200 words together with his research paper.

  A. edition B. editorial C. article D. abstract

68. As the old empires were broken up and new states were formed, new official tongues began to _____ at an increasing rate.

  A. bring up B. build up C. spring up D. strike up

  69. Many patients insist on having watches with them in hospital, _____ they have no schedules to keep.

  A. even though B. for C. as if D. since

  70. Some plants are very _____ to light; they prefer the shade.

  A. sensible B. flexible C. objective D. sensitive

  Part III Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  31. I went along thinking of nothing ______, only looking at things around me,

  A) in particular C) in doubt

  B) in harmony D) in brief

  32. Critics believe that the control of television by mass advertising has ______ the quality of the programs.

  A) lessened C) affected

  B) declined D) effected

  33. I must congratulate you ______ the excellent design of the new bridge.

  A) with C) at

  B) of D) on

  34. There is a fully ______ health center on the ground floor of the main office building.

  A) installed C) provided

  B) equipped D) projected

  35. For more than 20 years, we've been supporting educational programs that ______ from kindergartens to colleges.

  A) move C) range

  B) shift D) spread

  36. The ______ at the military academy is so rigid that students can hardly bear it.

  A) convention C) principle

  B) confinement D) discipline

  37. The test results are beyond ______; they have been repeated in labs all over the world.

  A) negotiation C) bargain

  B) conflict D) dispute

  38. I was so ______ in today's history lesson. I didn't understand a thing.

  A) amazed C) confused

  B) neglected D) amused

  39. It ______ you to at least 50% off the regular price of either frames or lenses when you buy both.

  A) presents C) credits

  B) entitles D) tips

  40. Deserts and high mountains have always been a ______ to the movement of people from place to place.

  A) barrier C) prevention

  B) fence D) jam

41. In order to make things convenient for the people, the department is planning to set up some ______ shops in the residential area.

  A) flowing C) mobile

  B) drifting D) unstable

  42. Mr. Smith says: "The media are very good at sensing a mood and then ______ it."

  A) overtaking C) widening

  B) enlarging D) exaggerating

  43. This is not an economical way to get more water; ______ , it is very expensive.

  A) on the other hand C) in short

  B) on the contrary D) or else

  44. It was the first time that such a ______ had to be taken at a British nuclear power station.

  A) presentation C) preparation

  B) precaution D) prediction

  45. ______ that he wasn't happy with the arrangements, I tried to book a different hotel.

  A) Perceiving C) Puzzling

  B) Penetrating D) Preserving

  46. The board of the company has decided to ______ its operations to include all aspects of the clothing business.

  A) multiply C) expand

  B) lengthen D) stretch

  47. His business was very successful, but it was at the ______ of his. family life.

  A) consumption C) exhaustion

  B) credit D) expense

  48. First published in 1927, the charts remain an ______ source for researchers.

  A) identical C) intelligent

  B) indispensable D) inevitable

  49. Joe is not good at sports, but when it ______ mathematics, he is the 'best in the class.

  A) comes to C) comes on to

  B) comes up to D) comes around to

  50. Doctors warned against chewing tobacco as a ______ for smoking.

  A) relief C) substitute

  B) revival D) succession

  51. When carbon is added to iron in proper ______ the result is steel.

  A) rates C) proportions

  B) thicknesses D) densities

  52. You should try to ______ your ambition and be more realistic.

  A) reserve C) retain

  B) restrain D) replace

53. Nancy is only a sort of ______ of her husband's opinion and has no ideas of her own.

  A) sample C) shadow

  B) reproduction D) echo

  54. Now that spring is here, you can ______ these fur coats till you need them again next winter.

  A) put over C) put off

  B) put away D) put down

  55. There is a ______ of impatience in the tone of his voice.

  A) hint C) dot

  B) notion D) phrase

  56. Please ______ dictionaries when you are not sure of word spelling or meaning.

  A) seek C) search

  B) inquire D) consult

  57. At yesterday's party, Elizabeth's boyfriend amused us by ______ Charlie Chaplin.

  A) copying C) imitating

  B) following D) modeling

  58. She keeps a supply of candles in the house in case of power ______

  A) failure C) absence

  B) lack D) drop

  59. The group of technicians are engaged in a study which ______ all aspects of urban planning.

  A) inserts C) performs

  B) grips D) embraces

  60. The lecture which lasted about three hours was so ______ that the audience couldn't help yawning.

  A) tedious C) clumsy

  B) bored D) tired

  Part III Vocabulary (20 minutes)

  Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  31. The machine looked like a large, ______, old-fashioned typewriter.

  A) forceful C) intense

  B) clumsy D) tricky

  32. Though she began her ______ by singing in a local pop group, she is now a famous Hollywood movie star.

  A) employment C) occupation

  B) career D) profession

  33. Within two weeks of arrival, all foreigners had to ______ with the local police

  A) inquire C) register

  B) consult D) resolve

34. Considering your salary, you should be able to ______ at least twenty dollars a week.

  A) put forward C) put out

  B) put up D) put aside

  35. As he has ______ our patience, we’ll not wait for him any longer.

  A) torn C) exhausted

  B) wasted D) consumed

  36. These teachers try to be objective when they ______ the integrated ability of their students.

  A) justify C) indicate

  B) evaluate D) reckon

  37. Mrs. Morris’s daughter is pretty and ______, and many girls envy her.

  A) slender C) faint

  B) light D) minor

  38. Tomorrow the mayor is to ______ a group of Canadian businessmen on a tour of the city.

  A) coordinate C) accompany

  B) cooperate D) associate

  39. I’m ______ enough to know it is going to be a very difficult situation to compete against three strong teams.

  A) realistic C) aware

  B) conscious D) radical

  40. Can you give me even the ______ clue as to where her son might be?

  A) simplest C) least

  B) slightest D) utmost

  41. Norman Davis will be remembered by many with ______ not only as a great scholar but also as a most delightful and faithful friend.

  A) kindness C) warmth

  B) friendliness D) affection

  42. Salaries for ______ positions seem to be higher than for permanent ones.

  A) legal C) voluntary

  B) optional D) temporary

  43. Most people agree that the present role of women has already affected U.S. society. ______, it has affected the traditional role of men.

  A) Above all C) At most

  B) In all D) At last

  44. Science and technology have ______ in important ways to the improvement of agricultural production.

  A) attached C) contributed

  B) assisted D) witnessed

  45. As an actor he could communicate a whole ______ of emotions.

  A) frame C) number

  B) range D) scale

46. This is what you should bear in mind: Don’t ______ a salary increase before you actually get it.

  A) hang on C) wait on

  B) draw on D) count on

  47. The ship’s generator broke down, and the pumps had to be operated ______ instead of mechanically.

  A) artificially C) manually

  B) automatically D) synthetically

  48. The little girl was so frightened that she just wouldn’t ______ her grip on my arm.

  A) loosen C) relieve

  B) remove D) dismiss

  49. He never arrives on time and my ______ is that he feels the meetings are useless.

  A) preference C) inference

  B) conference D) reference

  50. Mrs. Smith was so ______ about everything that no servants could please her.

  A) specific C) precise

  B) special D) particular

  51. Last night he saw two dark ______ enter the building, and then there was the explosion.

  A) features C) sketches

  B) figures D) images

  52. It is obvious that this new rule is applicable to everyone without ______.

  A) exception C) modification

  B) exclusion D) substitution

  53. His temper and personally show that he can become a soldier of the top ______.

  A) circle C) category

  B) rank D) grade

  54. During the lecture, the speaker occasionally ______ his point by relating his own experiences.

  A) illustrated C) cited

  B) hinted D) displayed

  55. Only those who can ______ to lose their money should make high-risk investments.

  A) maintain C) endure

  B) sustain D) afford

  56. He found the ______ media attention intolerable and decided to go abroad.

  A) sufficient C) steady

  B) constant D) plenty

  57. There has been a collision ______ a number of cars on the main road to town.

  A) composing C) involving

  B) consisting D) engaging

58. ______ elephants are different from wild elephants in many aspects, including their tempers.

  A) Cultivated C) Civil

  B) Regulated D) Tame

  59. Ten days ago the young man informed his boss of his intention to ______.

  A) resign C) retreat

  B) reject D) replace

  60. As one of the world’s highest paid models, she had her face ______ for five million dollars.

  A) deposited C) measured

  B) assured D) insured

  Part III Vocabulary

  41. A word processor is much better than a typewriter in that it enables you to enter and _______your text more easily

  A) register B) edit

  C) propose D) discharge

  42. We don’t know why so many people in that region like to wear dresses of such ______colors

  A) low B) humble

  C) mild D) dull

  43. The news has just _____ that the president is going to visit China next month

  A) come down B) come up

  C) come out D) come about

  44. The ______ that exists among nations could certainly be lessened if misunderstanding and mistrust were removed

  A) tension B) strain

  C) stress D) intensity

  45. The other day , Mum and I went to St. James’s Hospital , and they did lots and lots of tests on me , most of them _____ and frightening

  A) cheerful B) horrible

  C) hostile D) friendly

  46. In the Mediterranean seaweed is so abundant and so easily harvested that it is never of great _.

  A) fare B) payment

  C) worth D) expense

  47. The writer was so ____ in her work that she didn’t notice him enter the room

  A) absorbed B) abandoned

  C) focused D) centered

  48. Actually, information technology can ______ the gap between the poor and the rich.

  A) link B) break

  C) ally D) bridge

  49. Some research workers completely ______ all those facts as though they never existed.

  A) ignore B) leave

  C) refuse D) miss

50. Computer power now allows automatic searches of fingerprint files to match a print at a crime ______.

  A) stage B) scene

  C) location D) occasion

  51. The most basic reason why dialects should be preserved is that language helps to ______ a culture

  A) retain B) relate

  C) remark D) review

  52. Companies are struggling to find the right _______between supply and demand, but it is no easy task

  A) equation B) formula

  C) balance D) pattern

  53. Mass advertising helped to _______ the emphasis from the production of goods to their consumption

  A) vary B) shift

  C) lay D) moderate

  54. Because of his excellent administration, people lived in peace and _____ and all previously neglected matters were taken care of.

  A) conviction B) contest

  C) consent D) content

  55. I know you’ve got a smooth tongue, so don’t talk me ______ buying it

  A) away B) down

  C) out D) into

  56. Showing some sense of humor can be a(n) _______ way to deal with some stressful situation

  A) effective B) efficient

  C) favorable D) favorite

  57. The situation described in the report ______ terrible, but it may not happen

  A) inclines B) maintains

  C) sounds D) remains

  58. The company is trying every means to ______ the wholesale price of its products

  A) pull down B) put down

  C) set down D) bring down

  59. The mayor ______ the police officer a medal of honor for his heroic deed in rescuing the earthquake victims

  A) rewarded B) awarded

  C) credited D) prized

  60. The native Canadians lived in _______ with nature, for they respected nature as a provider of life

  A) coordination B) acquaintance

  C) contact D) harmony

  61. Many people are asking whether traditional research universities in fact have any future _______.

  A) at all B) so far

  C) in all D) on end

62. I was impressed _______ the efficiency of the work done in the company

  A) in B) about

  C) with D) for

  63. Now in Britain, wines take up four times as much ______ in the storehouse as both beer and spirits

  A) block B) land

  C) patch D) space

  64. His hand shook a little as he _______ the key in the lock

  A) squeezed B) inserted

  C) stuffed D) pierced

  65. For professional athletes, _______ to the Olympics means that they have a chance to enter the history books

  A) access B) attachment

  C) appeal D) approach

  66. In the long _________, the new information technologies may fundamentally alter out way of

  A) view B) distance

  C) jump D) run

  67. All the arrangements should be completed _______ your departure.

  A) prior to B) superior to

  C) contrary to D) parallel to

  68. We need to create education standards that prepare our next generation who will be _______ with an even more competitive market

  A) tackled B) encountered

  C) dealt D) confronted

  69. In the late seventies, the amount of fixed assets required to produce one vehicle in Japan was ______ equivalent to that in the United States

  A) rudely B) roughly

  C) readily D) coarsely

  70. Many people believe we are heading for environmental disaster ______ we radically change way we live

  A) but B) although

  C) unless D) lest

  参考答案:41. A 42. B 43. B 44. D 45. A 46. C 47. B 48. D 49. B 50. B

  51. C 52. D 53. D 54. A 55. A 56. C 57. A 58. B 59. C 60. B

  61. D 62. C 63. A 64. D 65. D 66. A 67. C 68. C 69. A 70. D

  21. D 22. A 23. C 24. B 25. C 26. A 27. B 28. B 29. D 30. B

  31. C 32. B 33. A 34. B 35. C 36. D 37. A 38. A 39. A 40. C

  41. A 42. D 43. D 44. A 45. B 46. C 47. C 48. D 49. D 50. B

  41. D 42. A 43. B 44. B 45. C 46. A 47. B 48. B 49. A 50. C

  51. D 52. C 53. C 54. D 55. A 56. C 57. B 58. D 59. B 60. D

61. B 62. D 63. C 64. C 65. B 66. A 67. A 68. A 69. D 70. C

  31. D 32. C 33. C 34. C 35. D 36. C 37. C 38. D 39. D 40. C

  41. B 42. A 43. C 44. D 45. B 46. A 47. C 48. A 49. B 50. A

  51. D 52. B 53. B 54. A 55. A 56. C 57. A 58. B 59. D 60. B

  41. D 42. A 43. C 44. B 45. A 46. C 47. C 48. B 49. D 50. B

  51. A 52. A 53. C 54. D 55. B 56. A 57. B 58. C 59. B 60. A

  61. A 62. C 63. C 64. C 65. D 66. D 67. A 68. B 69. D 70. A

  41. D 42. B 43. C 44. B 45. A 46. D 47. B 48. A 49. B 50. D

  51. D 52. A 53. D 54. A 55. D 56. D 57. C 58. B 59. B 60. C

  61. A 62. B 63. A 64.D 65. C 66. D 67. C 68. B 69. C 70. C

  31. D 32. B 33. C 34. B 35. C 36. A 37. D 38. A 39. B 40. C

  41. D 42. C 43. D 44. D 45. A 46. B 47. C 48. D 49. D 50. A

  51. A 52. B 53. B 54. A 55. C 56. A 57. A 58. C 59. B 60. B

  41.D 42.A 43.A 44.B 45.D 46.A 47.B 48.C 49.A 50.C

  51.B 52.D 53.B 54.C 55.C 56.B 57.D 58.C 59.A 60.B

  61.A 62.C 63.C 64.A 65.D 66.B 67.D 68.A 69.D 70.C

  Part Ⅲ Vocabulary and Structure

  41---45 A D A A C

  46---50 A B D C C

  51---55 C A B B D

  56---60 C A D C D

  61---65 A B D A D

  66---70 C B A B A

  41. C 42. D 43. B 44. C 45. B 46. D 47. B 48. A 49. C 50. A

  51. A 52. D 53. B 54. A 55. C 56. B 57. D 58. C 59. D 60. A

  61. B 62. A 63. D 64. A 65. B 66. C 67. D 68. C 69. A 70. D

  31. A 32. C 33. D 34. B 35. C 36. D 37. D 38. C 39. B 40. A

  41. C 42. D 43. B 44. B 45. A 46. C 47. D 48. B 49. A 50. C

  51. C 52. B 53. D 54. B 55. A 56. D 57. C 58.A 59. D 60. A

  Part Ⅲ Vocabulary

  31.B) clumsy

  32.B) career

  33.C) register

  34.D) put aside

  35.C) exhausted

  36.B) evaluate

37.A) slender

  38.C) accompany

  39.B) conscious

  40.B) slightest

  41.D) affection

  42.D) temporary

  43.A) Above all

  44.C) contributed

  45.B) range

  46.D) count on

  47.C) manually

  48.A) loosen

  49.C) inference

  50.D) particular

  51.B) figures

  52.A) exception

  53.B) rank

  54.A) illustrated

  55.D) afford

  56.B) constant

  57.C) involving

  58.D) Tame

  59.A) resign

  60.D) insured

  part III Vocabulary

41 B edit 42 D dull 43 C come out 44 A tension 45 B horrible

  46 C worth 47 A absorbed 48 D bridge 49 A ignore 50 B scene

  51 A retain 52 C balance 53 B shift 54 D content 55 D into

  56 A effective 57 C sounds 58 D bring down 59 B awarded 60 D harmony

  61 A at all 62 C with 63 D space 64 B inserted 65 A access

  66 D run 67 A prior to 68 D confronted 69 B roughly 70 C unless

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