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(Although) we had been present (at) roughly the same time, Mr. Brown saw the situation qui

(Although) we had been present (at) roughly the same time, Mr. Brown saw the situation quite (different) from (the way) I saw it.

A.Although

B.at

C.different

D.the way

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第1题

It must have been after two o'clock in the morning when the last guests【C1】______their lea
ve, and although we had enjoyed their【C2】______, my wife and I were quite thankful to shut the door【C3】______them. We left all the dirty dishes and glasses【C4】______, and after opening a few windows to let some fresh air in and the smell of【C5】______out, we climbed into bed and fell asleep.

I【C6】______asleep for more than half an hour when I awoke with a strong smell of smoke in my nostrils(鼻孔).【C7】______half asleep, I【C8】______into the sitting room, and there, through【C9】______clouds of smoke, I saw that one of the curtains was【C10】______fire. I should have closed the windows then without delay, but【C11】______I tried to beat out the flames with a folded newspaper.【C12】______this failed I hastened into the kitchen to snatch a bucket(木桶)and【C13】______it with water. At the same time I shouted to Barbara, who【C14】______dialed 999 to call the brigade【C15】______coming to my aid. We had to work at top speed carrying buckets of water from the kitchen to prevent the flames,【C16】______by the breeze from the windows, from spreading. We【C17】______to extinguish the fire but we managed to keep it【C18】______in check until the arrival of the firemen. Fortunately, they promptly came and they had little difficulty【C19】______out the flames.

For most of the【C20】______of the day we worked hard.

【C1】

A.asked

B.took

C.were on

D.waited for

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第2题

It's very interesting to note where the debate about diversity is taking place. It is taki
ng place primarily in political circles. Here at the College Fund, we have a lot of contact with top corporate leaders; none of them is talking about getting rid of those instruments that produce diversity. In fact, they say that if their companies are to compete in the global village and in the global market place, diversity is an imperative. They also say that the need for talented, skilled Americans means we have to expand the pool means promoting policies that help provide skills to more minorities, more women and more immigrants. Corporate leaders know that if that doesn't occur in our society, they will not have the engineers, the scientists, the lawyers, or the business managers they will need.

Likewise, I don't hear people in the academy saying. "Let's go backward. Let's go back to the good old days, when we had a meritocracy (which was never true — we never had a meritocracy, although we've come close to it in the last 30 years) ". ! recently visited a great little college in New York where the campus had doubled its minority population in the last six years. I talked with an African American who has been a professor there for a long time, and she remembers that when she first joined the community, there were fewer than a handful of minorities on campus. Now, all of us feel the university is better because of the diversity. So where we hear this debate is primarily in political circles and in the media — not in corporate board rooms or on college campuses.

The word "imperative" in the first paragraph most probably refers to something ______.

A.superficial

B.remarkable

C.debatable

D.essential

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第3题

Our house was the oldest in the village. It was nearly three hundred years old. Although w
e were six children, and a mother and a father, we were not by any means alone in the house. We were sharing it with big families of mice and spiders(蜘蛛). There were great- grandparents, grandparents, fathers and mothers, and hundreds of mouse and spider children.

My mother would never let us kill a spider, not even a hairy old grandfather. "If you want to live and rich," she used to say, "let a spider run alive." And so the spiders, our enemies, were beaten and kicked but never killed. But she had no such dealing with the mice.

One of our problems was that my mother hated cats; and we never owned a single cat. We kept dogs, often two or three at the same time, but very few dogs can move fast enough to catch a lively young mouse. Every night we set a dozen mousetraps(捕鼠器), each with a small piece of cheese. Sometimes the cheese disappeared, but the mice usually seemed too wise to go near the traps. We seldom caught anything.

My mother herself had far better luck. Her arms and hands moved as fast as any cat's paws. Often, when she was scrubbing or polishing a floor on her hands and knees, some foolish little grey fellow would try to run past her. He never got very far. Quick as lightning her hard hands would smack(用掌击) together--and there on the floor would be one dead mouse. "Oh, you were a proud one," she would say to it then.

One day my father decided to clean out the water tank, which stood on four iron legs in a corner upstairs. He was soon sorry that he had started the job. In the mud at the bottom of the tank, there were sixteen of the little grey fellows, all as solid and hard as stones. We had been drinking the water from that tank for twelve years.

Which of followlng statements is true?

A.Because the house was old, the family were troubled by lots of mice and spiders.

B.The children did not live in the house because they were afraid of the spiders.

C.The trouble was that there was no water supply in the old house.

D.Spiders and mice are a part of the family.

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第4题

It' s very interesting to note where the debate about diversity is taking place. It is tak
ing place primarily in political circles. Here at the college Fund, we have a lot of contact with top corporate leaders; none of them is talking about getting fid of those instruments that produce diversity. In fact, they say that if their companies are to compete in the global village and in the global market place, diversity is an imperative. They also say that the need for talented, skilled Americans means we hale to expand the pool of potential employees. And in looking at where birth rates are growing and at where the population is shifting, corporate America understands that expanding the pool means promoting policies that help provide skills to more minorities, more women, and more immigrants. Corporate leaders know that if that doesn' t occur in our society, they will not have the engineers, the scientists, the lawyers, or the business managers they will need.

Likewise, I don' t hear people in the academy saying, "Let' s go backward. Let' s go back to the good old days, when we had a meritocracy" (which was never true -- we never had a meritocracy, although we' ve come closer to it in the last 30 years). I recently visited a great little college in New York where the campus has doubled its minority population in the last six years. I talked with an African American who has been a professor there for a long time, and she remembers that when she first joined the community, there were fewer than a handful of minorities on campus. Now, all of us feel the university is better because of the diversity. So where we hear this debate is primarily in political circles and in the media -- not in corporate board rooms or on college campuses.

The word "imperative" in the first paragraph most probably can be replaced by ______.

A.remarkable

B.superficial

C.essential

D.debatable

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第5题

According to figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly income f
or a woman in 1983 was $ 260. For the same year, men had average weekly earnings of $ 393. For some people, these figures are clear evidence that there is still sex discrimination in the area of pay in the U. S. However, I would argue that this explanation is too simple. In order to get an accurate picture of the situation, we must examine the types of jobs which are typically held by men and by women. When we do this, we find that certain occupations seem to be primarily female while others seem to be primarily male occupations. In the medical and legal professions, for example, statistics show that 85% of all doctors and lawyers are men (although this situation is changing). More than 90% of all engineers are men. Women, however, have been the majority for a long time in other occupations. For example, 99 out of every 100 secretaries are women, and 95% of all nurses are female. From these statistics, it is clear that women tend to enter certain occupations and not others. The occupations which they enter are often in service industries and often have one common feature: They do not pay well. It can be argued that this is the principal reason for the difference in earnings between men and women. In addition, we can expect the pay situation to change in the future, because more qualified women are beginning careers in medicine, law, business, scientific research, and engineering.

What jobs have typically been held by women?

A.Jobs as doctors and lawyers.

B.Jobs in service industries.

C.Jobs in areas without sex discrimination.

D.Jobs in areas where women are respected.

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第6题

Mrs. Grey lived in the country, but she worked in London. She drove to the railway station
in her car every morning, and left it in the station car park until she arrived back on the train in the evening. She was a careful driver, but one morning she was rather late, so she was going faster than usual when she had an accident in a narrow road not far from her home.

What happened was that another car was coming in the opposite direction, and either that one or Mrs. Grey's car was too far in the middle of the road, or perhaps both of them were. They ran into each other and were both damaged, although not enough to stop them from driving.

Both Mrs. Grey and the other driver, who was a young man whom she had seen in the district but had not met, got out of their cars, and Mrs. Grey said, "I'm afraid I haven't got time to waste on an accident this morning, as I have a very important appointment in town at nine, and I suppose you're a busy man too." .

"Yes, I am," the young man said, "but we'll have to c. all the police for insurance purposes, won't we? They won't pay for the damage unless we have reported the accident to the police and they have come and seen what happened."

"Yes, certainly," Mrs. Grey answered, "but I have something to suggest. We won't be committing a crime if we go away now in our cars, and then come back to the scene of the accident, say, at six this evening, and put them in exactly the same positions as they are in now. Then we can call the police. They won't know what time the accident happened, and the insurance companies won't care either as long as we can send them a police report of the accident. " " What a good idea !" the young man said happily. "So I'll be waiting here at six o'clock this evening. I won't be late!" "Nor will I," Mrs. Grey answered. She and the young man exchanged visiting cards, and then each drove off to their work.

When Mrs. Grey arrived at the station from London at a quarter to six that evening, she got into her car, drove to the place where the accident had happened, and found the young man waiting there in his car. They put both cars in exactly the same positions as they had been in after the accident, and then Mrs. Grey called the police, using the telephone in her car, as if the accident had just happened.

The most suitable title for this passage is______.

A.A Late Car Accident

B.A Funny Car Accident

C.A Bad Car Accident

D.A Lucky Car Accident

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第7题

Are you superstitious? No, of course not. Do you believe in magic (魔法), and luck charms

Are you superstitious? No, of course not. Do you believe in magic (魔法), and luck charms (护身符), and elves or gremlins (小精灵) ? Certainly not, but if I should greet you with the usual How's business?" You'll answer "Oh, just so-so" although your business is profiting greatly. When you are successful in some venture you might say you were just lucky. And yet, you know it was probably due to your a bility and hard work. Why? Sometimes you knock on wood because wood was once a tree and there is a primitive belief that protective gods inhabit trees and knocking on wood attracts their attention so they may be credited with your successes.

If I should sneeze, only the strongest of you could refrain(克制而不) from saying "God bless you". Why bless this unsanitary (不讲究卫生的) habit? Our ancestors believed that a sneeze opened the body to invasion by devils, and invoking (召唤) the name of God made the devils get out in a hurry. You may not realize it, but you express this same "devil invasion" when you say, "Whatever can have gotten into that child?" or "I wonder what possessed me to do that?"

Although they may no longer be believed, evidences of superstitions that have had their origins in the primitive fear of the unknown still exist in modern language and gestures.

The author ______.

A.believe that most people are superstitious

B.believe that very few people are superstitious

C.believes that there are still some evidences of superstitions in what we say and what we do

D.is superstitious

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第8题

Every nation has a set of rules either written or unwritten, which determines how people a
ct with each other. Formal written rules are often laws and they control how we drive operate a business, or run a government. Individuals who disobey laws may be fined or put in jail. Because illegal behavior. generally harms other individuals or societies at large. Our court system must punish people who don't obey these formal rules.

Informal rules, often called "manners", describe correct and incorrect behavior. in such situations as eating in a restaurant, going on a date, or working in an office. If one is impolite or misbehaves in these situations, other people often consider offender insensitive. And although we can strongly disagree to such misconduct, we can no legally punish someone for simply being inconsiderate or unpleasant.

Neither laws nor manners are inflexible; both changes as society develops. For example, in the early twentieth century, the selling of strong spirits was forbidden. This law, however, had to be changed because the government found it impossible to force people to drink only soft drinks. More recently, many people who were dissatisfied with the unequals between the rights of men and women worked to pass the equal rights law, as women became more independent and took on new roles, a new law was considered necessary to reflect that change.

According to the passage, people who offended the law may be ______.

A.put to death

B.put on afire

C.doing fine

D.put into prison

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第9题

Looking back on my childhood, I am convinced that naturalists are horn and not made. Altho
ugh we were brought up in the same way, my brothers and sisters soon abandoned their pressed flowers and insects. Unlike them, I had no ear for music and languages. I was not an early reader and I could not do mental arithmetic.

Before World War I we spent our summer holidays in Hungary. I have only the dim memory of the house we lived in, of my room and my toys. Nor do I recall clearly the large family of grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins who gathered next door. But I do have a crystalclear memory of the dogs, the farm animals, the local birds, and above all, the insects.

I am a naturalist, not a scientist. I have a strong love of the natural world and my enthusiasm had led me into varied investigations. I love discussing my favorite topics and enjoy burning the midnight oil while reading about other people's observations and discoveries. Then something happens that brings these observations together in my conscious mind. Suddenly you fancy you see the answer to the riddle, because it all seems to fit together. This has resulted in my publishing 300 papers, and books, which some might honour with the title of scientific research.

But curiosity, a keen eye, a good memory and enjoyment of the animal and plant world do not make a scientist: one the outstanding and essential qualities required is se]f-discipline, a quality I lack. A scientist requires not only self-discipline but hard training, determination and a goal. A scientist, up to a point, can be made. A naturalist is born. If you can combine the two, you get the best of both worlds.

The first paragraph tells us the author ______. ()

A.was interested in flowers and insects in his childhood

B.lost his hearing when he was a child

C.didn't like his brothers and sisters

D.was born to a naturalist's family

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第10题

The lecture seemed to have ______ only a short time, although the clock said it had gone o
n for more than an hour.

A.cost

B.lasted

C.spent

D.passed

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