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  23.     _____ I'm supposed to work by myself, there are other people who I can interact with.

  A. If only         B. So long as       C. Even if        D. As far as

  24. We hope that all the measures against sandstorms,      _____ was put forward by the committee, will be considered seriously at the meeting .

  A. while           B. after            C. since          D. as

  25. You are the best for the job      _____ you apply your mind to it.

  A. until            B. if only          C. in case         D. unless

  26. Einstein claimed that matter and energy are interchangeable,      _____ there is no “absolute” time and space.

  A. so that    B. even if   C. in case    D. in order

  27. In a sense, men of this kind begin not so much with a musical theme      _____ with a completed composition.

  A. but    B. than    C. as    D. that

  28. You must push away the many temptations that are always present      _____ your schedule is useless.

  A. and    B. but    C. or    D. for

  3. 比较级和最高级

  1. The more time you waste, the      _____(easy)it is to continue wasting time.

  2.The      _____ (far)away we get from the earth, the thinner the air becomes.

  3.The greenest and      _____ (plentiful) leaves are the leaves of grasses living all over the world.

  4.We know that we are getting even older, and that the nearer a society approximates to zero population growth, the      _____ (old) its population is likely to be.

  5.Large or fat people who want to look      _____(small)than they are usually wear dark clothes.

  6. As Jane was the      _____ (old), she looked after the other children in the family.

  7. The effect of rapid travel on the body is actually far      _____ (disturb) than we realize.

  8. The      _____ (far) away we get from the earth, the thinner the air becomes.

  9.He was unable to sit still for      _____ (long) than a few minutes.

  10.The more stress you are under,      _____ (likely) you are to catch a cold.

  11. Is this because pupils from Britain's private schools are more intelligent than those from state schools, or are they simply      _____ (well) prepared?

  12. They are too easily regarded as evaluated certainties rather than as      _____ (raw) of raw materials crying to be processed into the texture of logic.

  13. The _______ (good) he feels, the more work he will do.

  4. 词形转换

  1.The continuing professional education of      _____ (high) educated adults will become a third level in addition to undergraduate and professional or graduate work.

  2.The explorers were puzzled over what to do next because they were in a      _____ (trick) situation.

  3.These electric appliances are all similar in construction but each one is      _____ (specialize) in its function.

  4. The child was playing      _____ (danger) near the edge of the swimming pool.

  5.We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere      _____(appreciate)of your help.

  6.Robots, becoming      ___(increase)prevalent in factories, are programmed and engineered to do more jobs.

  7.The author of the text expresses a strong      _____(disapprove)of working on and off frequently.

  8. The government has taken measures to reduce the total energy ______(consume)。

  5. 词汇和短语

  1.Almost everything a manager does      _____ decisions; indeed, some suggest that the management process is decision making.

  A. imposes   B. improvises  C. involves   D. indicates

  2.Astronomers and scientists think that a black hole is a region of space      _____which matter has fallen and      _____ which nothing can escape.

  A. towards … towards     B. into … from

  C. out of … from       D. through … through

  3.American men don't cry because it is considered not      _____ of men to do so.

  A. characteristic  B. tolerant   C. symbolic   D. independent

  4.At the end of 1994 the British Government introduced new measures to help      _____ domestic workers from abuse by their employers.

  A. protect    B. suspect   C. expect    D. inspect

  5.The specific use of leisure      _____ from individual to individual.

  A. ranges    B. distinguishes  C. varies    D. covers

  6.Nations are      _____ as “aged” when they have 7 per cent or more of their people aged 65 or above.

  A. limited   B. classified   C. originated   D. processed

  7.It is touching to see how a cat or dog - especially a dog -     _____ itself to family and wants to share in all its goings and comings.

  A. attributes   B. applies   C. assigned   D. attaches

  8.She was more      _____ than frightened.

  A. surprising   B. interested   C. hated    D. surprised

  9.The attention of the public was continually      _____ to new possibilities in scientific fields and the discovery of new knowledge.

  A. applied    B. drawn    C. referred    D. thrown

  10.Few,     _____ any,live their lives without some degree of unhappiness and suffering.

  A. like     B. except    C. if     D. when

  11.Many women are too concerned      _____ staying thin and they believe that vitamins are some kind of magic cure to replace food.

  A. of     B. by     C. with     D. on

  12.In education, there should be a good balance among the branches of knowledge that contribute      _____ effective thinking and wise judgment.

  A. at     B. in     C. for     D. to

  13.     _____ the numbers in employment, the hotel industry was the second largest industry in this country last year.

  A. In line with   B. In terms of   C. In accordance with D. In proportion to

  14.Air travel is so quick nowadays that we can leave London after breakfast and arrive in New York   ____ eight hours.

  A. in     B. for     C. after     D. until

  15.It is also true that the effect of a drug is much      _____ upon youngsters than adults.

  A. bigger    B. fewer    C. greater    D. little

  16.Because the reading      _____ in most college courses are very heavy, students should plan to read every day.

  A. assignments   B. schedules   C. activities   D. programs

  17.For long-time efficiency and happiness it is best to observe the      _____ of health and sound working conditions.

  A. principles   B. ideas    C. elements    D. factors

  18.     _____ their differences, they fell passionately in love with each other.

  A. As for    B. Owing to   C. Despite    D. Through

  19.     _____ yourself to the job in hand, and you'll soon finish it.

  A. Reply    B. Imply    C. Apply    D. Supply

  20.This will not only keep the study habit alive but also keep you up to   ___ on your class assignments and projects.

  A. day     B. date     C. number    D. time

  21.I can't      _____ the meaning of his poem because it's too vague.

  A. turn out    B. put out    C. figure out    D. look out

  22.Some people think that animal research is irrelevant    _ our health and that it can often produce misleading results.

  A. with    B. at     C. on      D. to

  23. These networks are on the      _____ for warning signs that show the weakening of rock layers that can precede an earthquake.

  A. eagerness   B. alarm    C. alert      D. guard

  24.     _____ it was raining, many international tourists were having picnics in the woods.

  A. In spite         B. In spite of

  C. In spite of that       D. In spite of the fact that

  25. The students would not have made so much progress under less      _____conditions.

  A. popular    B. welcome   C. favorable   D. prosperous

  26.The party has failed to      _____ the majority of voters that it is capable of governing the country.

  A. trust    B. credit    C. convince   D. believe

  27.     _____ driving around all day looking for somewhere to park,why don't you take a bus to town?

  A. In spite of   B. Rather than  C. In place of  D. Other than

  28.The kids are      _____ be hungry when they get home-they always are.

  A. obliged to   B. bound to   C. desired to   D. motivated to

  29.All the characteristics that distinguish birds      _____ other animals can be traced to prehistoric times.

  A. to    B. between   C. for    D. from

  30.When the city was      _____, everyone knew that total defeat was certain.

  A. cut off   B. cut down   C. cut across   D. cut out

  31.In his composition there were no other errors      _____ a few misspelled words.

  A. beside     B. except     C. then      D. than

  32. Is a phone conversation a good substitute      _____a face-to-face talk?

  A. for        B. to           C. of          D. by

  33. When we play a game, we enjoy what we are doing,      _____ we should not play it.

  A. instead         B. otherwise        C. nevertheless     D. either

  34. He asked Julia to marry him but she      _____ his proposal.

  A. turned up     B. turned on      C. turned over      D. turned down

  35. He said he wouldn't      _____what would happen next.

  A. guarantee     B. speculate       C. oppose         D. promise

  36. The literary critics should be as _________ as possible in analysis and judgment.

  A. positive       B. negative        C. subjective        D. objective

  37. It took a long time for her to      _____ the fact that her husband was dismissed.

  A. come up against  B. come up to C. come up with  D. come to terms with

  38. As activity carried      _____ as one thinks fit in one's spare time, leisure has several functions.

  A. on     B. out     C. off     D. over

  39. The other timing system belongs in our internal clocks, which, left     ___ would tie the body to a 25-hour rhythm.

  A. behind    B. alone    C. out     D. aside

  40. It has been years      _____I returned home.

  A. after    B. that     C. since    D. when


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