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(47)On the other, it links these concepts to everyday realities in a manner which i

s parallel to the links journalists forge on a daily basis as they cover and comment on the news.此处译文为:

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(47) On the other, it links these concepts to everyday realities in a manner which is para
llel to the links journalists forge on a daily basis as they cover and comment on the news.

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A credit card is a【36】of identification【37】which the owner may obtain consumer credit for
the【38】of goods or services【39】than pay cash. At the time of sale he【40】his card to his seller,【41】records the purchaser's name and account number【42】with the price of the purchase. Records are sent to a【43】billing office that calculates the total price of purchase【44】by the card owner during the business month and sends him a【45】.The purchaser returns his personal check,【46】all or part of the total, to the central office, which allocates the money to the【47】 entitled to it.

The credit card, an American innovation, first gained national【48】in 1938【49】oil companies selling gasoline to【50】set up a national pool to honor each other's cards. Rapid growth,【51】, was not possible【52】the mid-1950's,when the development of electronic computers【53】fast, accurate billing and accounting. Department stores, airlines, banks, and other enterprises then entered the【54】and now offer credit to【55】140 million card owners.

(46)

A.mean

B.means

C.methods

D.ways

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Television, it is often said, keeps one【36】about current events, allows one to follow the【
37】development in science and politics, and【38】an endless series of programs which are both【39】and stimulating. The most distant【40】and the strangest customs are brought right【41】one's sitting-room. It could be argued that the radio performs this【42】just as well, but on television everything is much more living, much more【43】. Yet here is a danger. The television screen itself has a terrible, almost physical fascination for us. We get【44】used to looking at its movements, so【45】on its flickering pictures, that it begins to【46】our lives. A friend of【47】told me the other day that his television set had broken【48】and that he and his family had suddenly found that they had far more time to do things, and that they had【49】begun to talk to each other again. It makes one think,【50】it!

There are many other arguments for and against television. The poor【51】of its programs is often criticized. But it is undoubtedly a great comfort to many【52】elderly people. And does it corrupt or instruct our children? I think we must realize that television【53】is neither good nor bad. It is the uses【54】which it is put that determine its【55】to society.

(61)

A.informative

B.informed

C.knowledgeable

D.familiar

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When we want to【41】other people what we think, we can do it not only with the help of word
s, but also in many【42】ways. For example, we sometimes move our heads【43】when we want to say "yes" , and we move our heads【44】when we want to say " no" .

People, who can【45】hear nor speak, talk to each other with the help of their fingers. People who do not understand each other's language have to do the same. The following story shows【46】they sometimes do it.

【47】English man who could not speak Italian was【48】traveling in Italy. One day he entered a restaurant and sat【49】a table. When the waiter came, the Englishman opened his mouth, 【50】his fingers into it, 【51】them out again and moved his lips. In this way he meant to say, "【52】me something to eat. " The waiter soon brought him【53】tea. The Englishman【54】his head and the waiter understood that he didn't want tea, so he took it【55】and brought him【56】coffee. The Englishman was angry. He was just going to leave the restaurant【57】another traveler came in. When this man saw the waiter, he【58】his hands on his stomach. That was enough. In【59】minutes there was a large plate of bread and meat【60】his table.

(41)

A.say

B.speak

C.tell

D.talk

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听力原文:Let me warn you against a mistake that historians of science often make. They som

听力原文: Let me warn you against a mistake that historians of science often make. They sometimes assume that people in the past use the same concepts we do. Here is a wonderful example that makes the use of history of mathematics some while ago. It concerns an ancient Mesopotamian(美索不达米亚人) tablet that has some calculations on it using square numbers. The calculations look an awful one like the calculations of the link of the sides of triangle. So that's what many historians assume they were. But using square numbers to do this is a very sophisticated technique. If the Mesopotamians knew how to do it, as historians started thinking that they did. Well, they learn math with incredibly advanced. Well, it turns out the idea of Mesopotamians use square numbers to calculate the link of triangle's sides is probably wrong. Why? Because we discovered that Mesopotamians didn't know how to measure angles, which is a crucial element in the whole process of triangle calculations. Apparently the Mesopotamians had a number of other uses for square numbers. These other uses were important but they were not used with triangles. And so these tablets in all likelihood were practice sheets, if you like, for doing simpler math exercises with square numbers. In all likelihood, it was the ancient Greeks who first calculate the link of triangle's sides using square numbers. And this was hundreds of years after the Mesopotamians.

(47)

A.To explain how angles are measured.

B.To prove that Mesopotamiansdid not know how to use square numbers.

C.To discuss a mistaken historical interpretation.

D.To explain why tablets are reliable historical records.

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Most young people enjoy some forms of physical activity. It may be walking, bicycling, or
swimming, or in winter, skating or skiing. It may be a game of some【36】-- football, hockey, golf or tennis. It may be mountaineering.

Those who have a passion for【37】high and difficult mountains are often【38】with astonishment. Why are men and women willing to【39】cold and hardship, and to take risks on high mountains? This astonishment is caused,【40】, by the difference between mountaineering and other forms of activity to【41】men give their leisure. Mountaineering is a sport and【42】a game. There are no man-made roles,【43】there are for such games as golf and football. There are,【44】rules of a different kind which it would be dangerous to【45】, but it is this freedom from man-made rules that makes mountaineering【46】to many people. Those who climb mountains are【47】to use their own methods.

If we compare mountaineering and other more【48】sports, we might think that one big difference is that【49】is not a "team game". We should be mistaken【50】this. There are, it is tree, no "matches" between "team" of climbers, but when climbers are on a rock face【51】by a rope on which their lives may depend, there is【52】teamwork.

The mountain climber knows that he may【53】fight forces that a restronger and more powerful than man. He has to fight the forces of【54】. His sport requires high mental and physical【55】.

(36)

A.part

B.sport

C.sorts

D.kind

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Some time ago, a store advertised rebuilt vacuum cleaners of a nationally known brand at t
he absurdly (荒谬地) low price of $ 12.50. Why was this done? Surely the store could not【36】to sell good vacuum cleaners【37】this price. As a matter of fact, any customer who tried to buy one would find it was"【38】". He would be told that the one in the window was "the only one left" and had to remain on【39】, or that "it had been sold" before he entered the store.

The【40】aim of this kind of advertising is to lure (引诱) customers【41】the store for the purpose of【42】them to buy some other higher price brand. This is called "bait (诱饵) advertising". In【43】the $12.50 vacuum cleaners, the manufacturer whose name was used went to【44】and obtained an order【45】the store to employ the brand name for that purpose.

Why did the managers of the manufacturing【46】go to such lengths to【47】this abuse (恶习) in advertising? They realized that misrepresentation of their firm's name was sure to【48】public confidence in their products. The honest businessman wants to keep his customers【49】so that they will return to buy again and again. He builds good【50】by conducting his business on a【51】of trust and confidence.【52】, he wants other businessmen's advertising, as well as his own, to【53】the public's respect because he realizes that anything that【54】confidence in advertising tends to injure honest advertisers as well as the fraudulent (欺诈的)【55】. That is why businessmen have set up their own agencies to police advertising.

(41)

A.allow

B.supply

C.afford

D.provide

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Much social talk,【36】from casual conversation to formal【37】speech has an aim other than to
convey information or to achieve agreement on disputed issues. Individuals talk and listen to one【38】, in part simply to enhance sociability--to【39】their enjoyment in being together. Sometimes this is called speech to entertain, but this traditional label has【40】been very satisfactory. Social talk serves a more important function【41】merely to pass time【42】.

A great deal of the【43】and the listening that occurs【44】casual circumstances may seem to be【45】, in the sense that the discourse is relaxed, relatively formless, and expressive of strong and intimate feelings.【46】, such speaking and listening are highly valued. Normal individuals dread being deprived【47】companionship. If required to be【48】for a time, they may mm on the【49】or television, not to learn something,【50】not even to be entertained,【51】to feel the sociability of hearing human speech. The【52】purpose of much speech (including most【53】and many public speeches) is to knit together【54】closely and more pleasantly the ties of【55】.

(56)

A.dividing

B.ranging

C.gathering

D.arranging

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People often show their【36】by the body positions they【37】. These can contradict【38】you are
saying, especially when you are trying to【39】the way you feel. For example, a very common【40】position, assumed when people feel【41】in some way, is to put your arm or arms across your body.

This is a way of shielding yourself【42】a threatening situation. This shielding action can be disguised as adjusting one's cuff or watchstrap. Leaning【43】in your chair especially with your arms【44】is not only defensive, it's【45】a way of showing your disapproval, of a need to distance yourself from the【46】of the company.

A position which betrays an aggressive attitude is to avoid【47】directly at the person you are speaking to. On the other【48】, approval and【49】to cooperate are shown by copying the position of the person you are speaking【50】. This shows that you agree or are【51】to agree with someone. The position of one's feet also often shows the direction of people's thoughts, for example, feet or a foot【52】towards the【53】can indicate that a person wishes to leave the room. The direction in which your foot points can also show【54】of the people in the room you feel most【55】towards, even when you are not speaking directly to that person.

(76)

A.feelings

B.minds

C.tempers

D.thoughts

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Throughout history man has had to accept the fact that all living things must die, but peo
ple now live longer than they【36】. Yet, all living things still show the【37】of aging, which will eventually.【38】death.

Aging is not a disease, but as a person passes maturity, the cells of the body and the【39】they form. do not function as well as they【40】in childhood and adolescence (青春期). The body provides less【41】against disease and is more prone【42】accident.

A number of related cause may【43】aging. Some cells of the body have a fairly long life, but they are not【44】when they die. As a person ages,【45】of brain cells and muscle cells decrease,【46】body cells die and are replaced by new cells. In an aging person the【47】cells may not be as viable (能生存的) or as capable【48】growth as those of a young person.

Another【49】in aging may be changes within the cells【50】. Some of the protein chemicals in cells are known【51】with age and become less elastic. This is why the skin of old people wrinkles and【52】. This is also the reason old people【53】in height. There may be other more important chemical changes in the cells. Some complex cell chemicals, such as RNA, store and【54】information that the cell need. Aging may affect this【55】and change the information carrying molecules so that they do not transmit the information as well.

(66)

A.use to

B.be used to

C.used to

D.had

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