87. The author declares that the plot and characters of the novel are （imaginary， imaginative）。
Imaginary： not real， but produced from pictures or ideas in your mind（虚拟的，虚构的）
Imaginative： containing new and interesting ideas or good at thinking of new and interesting ideas（富于想象的，爱想象的）
CF imaginable： used to emphasize that something includes every possible example of something（可以想象到的）
88. We walked for miles along the （twisted， crooked） path in the forest.
Twisted： something twisted has been bent in many directions or turned many times， so that it has lost its original shape
Crooked： bent， twisted， or not in a straight line
89. We advise girls below twenty not to marry， because they are still emotionally （naive， immature）。
Naive： not having much experience of how complicated life is， so that you trust people too much and believe that good things will always happen
Immature： someone who is immature behaves or thinks in a way that is typical of someone much younger - used to show disapproval
90. Her feelings （fluctuated， changed） between excitement and fear.
Fluctuate： if a price or amount fluctuates， it keeps changing and becoming higher and lower（与WITH搭配）
Change： to become different， or to make something become different
91. The police will not hesitate to use （force， compulsion） if they bank robbers still refuse to surrender.
Force： violent physical action used to get what you want
Compulsion： a strong and unreasonable desire to do something
92. After twenty years of antagonism， the two countries were finally （reconciled， friendly）。
Reconcile： if you reconcile two ideas， situations， or facts， you find a way in which they can both be true or acceptable（和解）
Friendly： behaving towards someone in a way that shows you like them and are ready to talk to them or help them
93. To call the air strikes against Yugoslavia peace-keeping is a （downright， thorough） lie.
Downright： used to emphasize that something is completely bad or untrue
Thorough： including every possible detail
94. “As red as blood” is a （metaphor， simile）
Metaphor： a way of describing something by referring to it as something different and suggesting that it has similar qualities to that thing（隐喻）
Simile： an expression that describes something by comparing it with something else， using the words 'as' or 'like'， for example 'as white as snow（明喻）
95. The sight of the snake gave me the （trembling， shivers）。
Trembling： shaking slightly in a way that you cannot control， especially because you are upset or frightened
Shiver： give sb. The shivers=informal to make you feel afraid（固定搭配，除此以外trembling和shiver同义词）
96. Although the children found the fables most （readable， understandable）， they sometimes missed the messages of the stories.
Understandable： seem normal and reasonable because of the situation you are in
97. The office buildings with their （desirable， desired） locations are very much in demand.
Desirable： something that is desirable is worth having or doing（正式用法）
Desired： to want to have sex with someone（文学上特指这个意思）
98. Driving after drinking Whiskey （is about， is apt） to cause traffic accidents.
Be about to： if someone is about to do something， or if something is about to happen， they will do it or it will happen very soon
Be apt to： to have a natural tendency to do something
99. I don‘t want the （actual， literal） meaning of the word， I’m asking you its figurative sense here.
Actual： used to emphasize that something is real or exact（强调确切的，事实的）； used to introduce the most important part of an event or activity（强调实质上的）
Literal： the literal meaning of a word or expression is its basic or original meaning
100. In that part of the world the summer weather is so （varied， variable） that even when the sun is shining brightly you never can be sure if it is going to rain in an hour‘s time.
Varied： consisting of or including many different kinds of things or people， especially in a way that seems interesting
Variable： likely to change often
101. He said he would go to the dress rehearsal， （unless， provided） he was not too busy.
Unless： used to say that something will happen or be true if something else does not happen or is not true
Provided that： used to say that something will only be possible if something else happens or is done
102. Something has been wrong with their marriage for a long time， although she makes （pretenses， excuse） that it is not.
Pretense： a way of behaving which is intended to make people believe something that are not true
Excuse： to be or give a good reason for someone's careless or offensive behavior
103. The Suzhou Style embroidery （requires， acquires） very exquisite skills.
Requires： if you are required to do or have something， a law or rule says you must do it or have it
Acquires： to obtain something by buying it or being given it