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  • 原创(十)【原创精品】
    During the years of depression(萧条), food and money were very hard to find and people had to trade things with each other.
    One day I was   36  some potatoes from Mr Miller. I noticed a small poor boy hungrily   37   a full basket of   38   green peas. Then I was  39  to see that Mr Miller sold the boy a bag of peas   for just a marble (弹球).
    Mrs Miller, who had been standing nearby,   40  and told me that Mr Miller loved to trade with the three boys in the village for peas, tomatoes, and other things  41  he didn’t really need any marbles. I left the stand, smiling to myself,   42   by this man.
    Several years went by. One day I learned that Mr Miller had died. I took part in the funeral(葬礼),  43   three young men . They came over to Mrs Miller, hugged her, kissed her on the cheek, spoke with her and moved on,   44  their eyes.
    Our 45  came to meet Mrs Miller. I mentioned 46   she had told me about the 47 . She told me,“Those three young men above were the boys I told you about. They just told me   48  they appreciated the things Jim‘traded’with them. Now, at last, they came to pay their debt.”
    “We’ve 49  had a great deal of the wealth in this world,” she added, “but right now, Jim would consider himself to be the  50   man.”
    Then she gently lifted the   51   fingers of her husband. Resting underneath were three red marbles.
    At that time I realized that we would not be  52   by our words, but by our kind  53  . It is said that it takes a minute to find a    54  person, an hour to appreciate him, a day to love him, but an entire life to  55  him.
    James Barry
    36.A.buying                 B. selling                      C.borrowing                 D. hunting
    37.A.glaring at              B. glanced at                 C. staring at                  D.watched at
    38. A. picking fresh      B.freshly picked            C. picked freshly           D.fresh dried
    39. A. astonished          B. amazed                   C. annoyed                   D.worried
    40.A.turned over           B.going over                 C. came over                D.coming over
    41.A.but                       B. otherwise                 C. or                               D. although
    42.A.suspected              B.impressed                  C.regretted                   D.embarrassed
    43.A.saw                      B.discovering                C.finding                  D.seeing
    44.A.closing                 B.wiped                       C.cleaning                    D.wiping
    45.A. time                   B. chance                       C. turn                         D. decision
    46.A. the story                 B. the proverb           C. the legend                D. the joke
    47.A. marbles               B. men                         C. debt                         D. life
    48.A.why                        B. how                         C. when                       D. what
    49.A. ever                    B. always                       C. never                       D.seldom
    50.A. honest                 B. happiest                   C. coldest                        D. richest
    51.A. lifeless                B. regretless                  C. useless                        D. hopeless
    52.A. thought               B. touched                    C. remembered             D. affected
    53.A.deeds                   B. things                      C. remarks                    D.rewards
    54.A. strict                   B. honest                      C. special                            D. learned
    55.A.ignore                  B. forget                      C. recognize                 D.remind

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  • 第二节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1分,满分20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的A.B.C.D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
    On August 26, 1999, New York City experienced a torrential downpour. The rain caused the streets to   31   and the subway system almost came to a stop.
    Unfortunately, this happened during the morning rush hour. Many people who were going to work were forced to go home. Some battled to   32   a taxi or to get on a bus. Still others faced the   33   bravely, walking miles to get to work.
    I    34    to be one of the people on the way to work that morning. I went from subway line to subway line, only    35    that most service had stopped. After making my way   36  crowds of people, I finally found a subway line that was   37  . Unfortunately, there were so many people waiting to board the subway   38   I could not even get down the stairs to the platform(站台). So I   39   the train going in the opposite direction, and then switch back to the downtown train. Finally, after   40   seemed like an forever, the train reached my stop. Then I had to walk several blocks in the increasingly heavy rain. When I finally got to my office, I was   41   through, exhausted and   42  .
    My co-workers and I spent most of the day   43  off. When it was 5:00 pm,I was ready to go home. I was about to turn off my computer   44   I received an email from Garth, my Director:
    I would like to thank all of you who made the effort and   45   reported to work. It is always reassuring(令人欣慰), at times like these, when employees so clearly show their   46 to their jobs. Thank you.
    Garth’s email was short, but I learned more from that   47   message than I ever did from a textbook. The email taught me that a few words of appreciation can make a big   48   . The rainstorm and the traffic   49   had made me tired and upset. But Garth’s words immediately__50__ me and put a smile back on my face.
    31. A. break                   B. flood                    C. sink                   D. crash
    32. A. order                   B. pay                  C. call                    D. search
    33. A. climate                B. scenery             C. storm                 D. burden
    34. A. used                    B. promised                 C. deserved             D. happened
    35. A. finding           B. found           C. to find          D. find
    36. A. to                       B. through            C. over                   D. for
    37. A. operating             B. cycling             C. turning               D. rushing
    38. A. then             B. to              C. that             D. than
    39. A. catch                   B. took                        C. had                    D. jumped
    40. A. it                     B. that               C. what               D. which
    41. A. wet                     B. weak                    C. sick                   D. hurt
    42. A. ashamed              B. discouraged           C. surprised            D. puzzled
    43.A. dry              B. to dry           C. dried            D. drying
    44. A. while                   B. when                    C. where                D. after
    45. A. hardly                 B. casually            C. absolutely           D. eventually
    46. A. devotion              B. donation           C. connection          D. reaction
    47. A. accurate                      B. adequate               C. brief                  D. humorous
    48. A. sense                B. difference         C. promise           D. choice
    49. A. troubles                      B. signals                  C. rules                  D. signs
    50. A. corrected          B. supported              C. amazed              D. Refreshed

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  • 第三节 完形填空(每空1分,共20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。
    After the war between Britain and France which lasted 7 years, James Cook got married and   21   down in London. For several years, Captain Cook   22   to the east of America   23   he made a map of its  24  .In 1768 came Cook's   25   for a major expedition. The navy was   26   a plan for an expedition   27   the South Pacific Ocean in   28   of watching a very unusual   29 , that is the planet Venus   30  between the earth and the sun in 1769. His   31   hope was to find a new land   32   was thought to be   33   in the Indian and Pacific Ocean.   34   Captain Cook was to be there in charge of this expedition   35   Captain of the ship   36  "Endeavour". It was an old merchant ship just like   37   on which Cook had learnt his seamanship. It was strongly built and had a lot of space   38   for storage. Cook understood there would be a lot of hardship for them, so he got everything   39   it. In this expedition, he had sailed around   40   and up the east coast of Australia, charting(绘制) over 8,000 miles of coastline that had been unknown before.
    21. A. set         B. sailed     C. sent      D. settled
    22. A. went      B. flew       C. sailed    D. came
    23. A. which     B. where     C. that       D. when
    24. A. countries    B. coasts     C. cities     D. seas
    25. A. chance          B. hope      C. ship      D. expedition
    26. A. finding      B. learning     C. doing    D. making
    27. A. in              B. to              C. for        D. at
    28. A. the hope     B. a view     C. an idea   D. plan
    29. A. accident     B. incident      C. matter    D. event
    30. A. existing      B. setting     C. passing   D. appearing
    31. A. first       B. second          C. third      D. last
    32. A. which     B. where     C. what      D. on which
    33. A. passing      B. going     C. existing      D. sailing
    34. A. but        B. as          C. and        D. for
    35. A. of          B. for         C. like       D. as
    36. A. which called      B. called  C. call       D. calling
    37. A. one        B. it         C. the one       D. what
    38. A. down     B. off         C. up         D. away
    39. A. full prepared for           B. fully prepared for
    C. fully preparing        D. full preparation
    40. A. Endland         B. Australia   C. New Zealand      D. Tasmania

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  • Section B
    Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need
    A. agree          B. suffer        C. system       D. notice        AB. through  
    AC. dangerous     AD. space       BC. limited     BD. absorbs      CD. let out
    For years scientist have been worried about the effects of air pollution on the earth’s natural conditions. Some believe the air inside many houses may be more    41    than the air outside. It may be one hundred times worse.
    Indoor air pollution can cause a person to feel tired, to    42     eye-pain, headache and other problems. Some pollutants can cause breathing disorders, diseases of blood and even cancer. Most scientists    43    that every modern house has some kind of indoor pollution. People began to    44    the problem in the early 1970s, when it was that builders began making houses and offices which did not waste energy. To do this they built buildings that    45    the flow of air between inside and outside. They also began using man-made building materials. These materials are now known to    46    harmful gases. As the problem became more serious, scientists began searching for a way to deal with it. They discovered a natural pollution control    47    for building green plants. Scientist do not really know how plants control air pollution. They believe that a plant’s leaves take in the pollutants. In exchange the plant produces oxygen    48    its leaves and through its tiny organizations on its roots. Scientists suggest that all buildings should have one large plant or several small plants inside for every nine square meters of space. Studies of different plants show that each    49    different chemicals. So the most effective way to clean the air is to use different kinds of plants. Having green plants inside your house can make it a prettier and healthier place.

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  • 第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
    阅读下面短文,根据上下文填入适当的词语,或使用括号中的词语的适当
    形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡上标号为31~40的相应位置。
    Gandhi, an Indian national hero, was honored  (31)          the father of the Indian nation. He has been respected and beloved  (32)            the Indians.
    He was born in India in 1869. Following the local custom, he got married     (33)            the age of 13. In 1888 he sailed to England, where he studied law for three years and became a lawyer. On his return to India, he was sent to South Africa to work on a law case.
    In South Africa he  (34)             (surprise) found the problem of racial discrimination was serious. There he formed an organization and started a magazine to fight  (35)          equal rights.
    Gandhi returned to India in 1915, when India was  (36)            (control) by the British. He led the Indians to fight for an end to the British rule and        (37)            (depend) for his country. In the political movement many Indians  (38)            (include) Gandhi were put in prison. However, the struggles never stopped. The British government had to give  (39)           and India won its independence in 1947.  (40)           (fortunate), Gandhi was shot by an Indian who opposed his views and died on January 30th, 1948.

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  • 第二部分:语言知识及应用(共两节,满分35分)
    第一节:完形填空(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16--25各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡相应的16--25上将该项涂黑。
    In 1956 Phoenix, Arizona, was a city with boundless blue skies. One day as I walked around the house with my sister Kathy’s new parakeet (小鹦鹉)on my finger, I wanted to show Perky 16_____ the sky looked like. Maybe he could make a little bird friend out there. I took him into the backyard, and then, to my 17______, Perky flew off. The enormous(巨大的), blue sky swallowed up my sister’s blue  treasure and suddenly he had gone, clipped wings and all.
    Kathy managed to forgive me. With fake optimism(乐观), she even tried to reassure (安慰)me that Perky would find a new  18 ______. But I was far too clever to 19______ that such a thing was possible.
    Decades later, I watched my own 20_______ growing. We shared their activities, spending soccer Saturdays in folding chairs with the parents of the kids’ friends, the Kissells. The two families went camping around Arizona together. We became the best of friends. One evening, the game was to tell Great Pet stories. One person claimed(宣称) to 21______ the oldest living goldfish. Someone else had a psychic dog. Then Barry, the father of the other family, took the floor and 22 ________ that the Greatest Pet of All Time was his blue parakeet, Sweetie Pie.
    "The best thing 23______ Sweetie Pie," he said, "was the way we got him. One day, when I was about eight, out of the clear, blue sky, a little blue parakeet just floated down and landed on my finger."
    When I was finally able to 24_______ , we examined the amazing evidence(证据). The dates and the locations and the pictures of the bird all matched up. It seems our two families had been connected long before we ever met. Forty years later, I ran to my sister and said, "You were 25_______! Perky lived!"
    16. A. what     B. how    C. which D. where
    17. A. joy       B. horror      C. disappointment  D. satisfaction
    18. A. parent   B. home  C. master D. life
    19. A. imagine       B. suppose      C. doubt  D. believe
    20. A. birds    B. happiness   C. worries      D. children
    21. A. catch    B. find    C. buy     D. have
    22. A. announced   B. said    C. told    D. hoped
    23. A. in        B. about  C. of       D. on
    24. A. think    B. speak  C. interrupt     D. explain
    25. A. right     B. wrong C. silly    D. mad

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  • 第二节完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
    With a heavy heart Sally arrived early on the morning of the auction (拍卖). It was almost a year since her dear grandmother passed away in this house.   36   the family business had failed and left them with heavy debts. So the bank had  37 the family to have an auction sale to repay their debts.  38  the past several weeks, she had managed to save $450 in order to bid(出价)on the  39   that her grandmother liked very much. Surely this would be enough, she had thought.
    Now the  40  moment arrived.Looking around, Sally was surprised to see so many people had   41 .As the auction began, Sally waited.Finally, the time came to bid on the quilt.She held her   42  tightly and listened.The first bid was $45. She was  43 . It was so high.Quickly other people bid and soon the bidding   44  $85. Sally cried out “$450!” For a moment there was silence.Hope   45  her. She glanced again at the quilt, thinking how   46 her grandmother would have been with her at this moment.Just then, from the back, another person shouted “$475!” She lost her   47 .Suddenly she couldn’t help wondering   48  so many  people would be interested in that old, dirty quilt.Finally the quilt was sold for $500 to a complete   49 .
       After the sale, she went to the counter to pay for the few items that were now hers.The woman at the cash desk handed her the quilt.“There must be some  50 .Someone else has got it.” she said.A hand-written   51  was pinned to the quilt, which   52 :
    Dear Madam,
       I noticed you admiring the quilt.Clearly, it was 53  to you.Please accept this quilt as my  54 . I don’ t expect any repayment from you, but do a   55   favor in the future for a stranger who happens to cross your path.
    Yours,
    A stranger
    36.A.Naturally         B.Unfortunately       C.Luckily  D.Probably
    37.A.hoped          B.waited     C.expected D.forced
    38.A.With    B.At  C.By  D.Over
    39.A.house          B.present     C.furniture       D.quilt
    40.A.interesting      B.necessary     C.big          D.sad
    41.A.turned over         B.turned up           C.turned back   D.turned on
    42.A.purse    B.picture     C.book         D.quilt
    43.A.glad     B.frightened       C.moved   D.shocked
    44.A.rose     B.climbed   C.reached        D.raised
    45.A.told      B.helped     C.filled     D.gave
    46.A.pleased        B.anxious    C.angry     D.familiar
    47.A.thought       B.chance     C.way       D.money
    48.A.whether       B.what        C.how       D.why
    49.A.relative        B.customer C.friend    D.stranger
    50.A.reason         B.secret       C.mistake            D.fun
    51.A.check          B.wallet      C.address        D.note
    52.A.read     B.wrote       C.spoke     D.showed
    53.A.wonderful          B.basic        C.pretty         D.important
    54.A.honor          B.respect     C.gift          D.thank
    55.A.particular       B.common      C.major         D.similar

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  • 通读短文,掌握其大意,然后选择能填入相应空白处的最佳答案。

    During the past hundred years, the railway, the car, the radio, the cinema and now the TV, have produced very  1  changes in the amusement (娱乐活动) with which people pass their  2  time.
    A hundred years  3 , people were in the habit of making their own amusements. When a group of people  4  together, they talked, played cards or other games, read aloud to each other, or went out riding, shooting or walking. Most people could sing a little or play  5, so at a party the guests amused each other. Above all, conversation was an art. Amusing conversation could  6  people happy for hours.
    As for games,  7  football and tennis, people were also in the habit of playing them themselves. Most of them did not play very well,  8  they amused themselves and their friends. Nowadays we are amused  9  professional (专业的) singers or players.  10  listen to your friends singing when you can hear the great singers of the world over the radio or on TV? What about playing football with players who  11  very good at it when you can see some of the best players playing an important match? You may just sit comfortably  12  and watch the game without the trouble of going outside.
    The art of conversation and the habit of playing and singing are dying. People are becoming more and more lookers and listeners, and  13  doers and talkers. This change does more  14  to people than good. It is better to do something not very well oneself than  15  to sit and watch others doing it.
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  • 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    On August 26,1999,New York City was struck by a terrible rainstorm.The rain caused the streets to  51 and the subway system almost came to a stop.
    Unfortunately,this happened during the morning rush hour.Many people who were going to work were  52 to go home.Some battled to  53 a taxi or to get on a bus.Still others faced the  54 bravely,walking miles to get to work.
    I  55 to be one of people on the way to work that morning.I went from subway line to subway line only to find that most  56 had stopped.After making my way 57 crowds of people,I finally found a subway line that was  58 .Unfortunately,there were so many people waiting to  59 the subway that I could not even get down the stairs to the  60 .So I took the train going in the opposite direction,and then switched back to the downtown train.Finally,after what seemed like forever,the train  61 my stop.Then I had to walk several blocks in the increasingly heavy rain.When I finally got to my office,I was  62 through,exhausted and  63 .
    My co-workers and I spent most of the day drying off.When it was 5∶00 pm,I was ready to go home.I was about to turn off my computer  64 I received an email from Garth,my Director:
    I would like to thank all of you who made the effort and  65 reported to work.It is always reassuring (令人欣慰),at times like these,when employees so clearly show their  66 to their jobs.Thank you.
    Garth’s email was short,but I learned more from that  67 message than I ever did from a textbook.The email taught me that a few words of  68 can make a big difference.The rainstorm and the traffic  69 had made me tired and upset.But Garth’s words immediately  70 me and put a smile back on my face.
    【小题1】9 i0 c& `2 Y7 e' R; W. ?6 d( _& A! H4 c6 A 
    A.break
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    B.flood; M: i8 E. @0 T. b- ` C.sink
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    D.crash5 C9 c- G7 ?! M' N: b% f 
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    A.forced' N, d7 ^( c6 ?5 ]+ \ K B.refused8 K* A& G/ @0 i/ U" j" I C.adjusted( V$ G% W% B0 `) A$ M$ h% Y D.gathered$ B& D. D' N% V2 W6 g" ^1 _ 
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    A.order! F' _7 Y! i3 d' Y9 O B.pay. C9 f! ^% c5 O7 K+ W% O; C/ K C.call* O8 c6 I3 \- F- Y; O3 Z D.search2 A0 \+ i a' E+ Q* E 
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    A.climate+ G% h' Q" f( [( \ B.scenery/ I9 f/ g3 D/ h+ G( @ C.storm' G4 R; Q# N, h5 [ D.burden" C K& ]! Y6 \2 G 
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    A.used2 L% P2 ?2 `& `2 Z B.promised" d& B" O& M1 b, [ C.deserved! X1 H, I8 V2 P D.happened6 P! ?) j9 W8 K 
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    A.practice% ]) G- \ J! c2 a B.routine, Y0 U6 `3 R# K. T: e; U9 R C.process1 D9 J: I c; B6 M8 R D.service& U! E2 O) B1 c. Q9 b& ] 
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    A.to
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    A.operating$ F4 V3 \* S0 d) S: E B.cycling, J% \5 Y( @# ?+ f! `2 j& Q6 X! G. i C.turning( Q B- [$ Y7 Q3 E% Q* P D.rushing6 X5 L+ h& J# Z7 S 
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    A.check$ `: C+ W; b1 g- h' W B.carry9 F: X ]8 ?5 R C.find; S- e; a- _3 M# E9 N D.board% _; G9 G! Q; e$ ^1 T) C5 ^ 
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    A.street# _2 _* j5 C4 g# H8 d L B.ground
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    C.floor _# j5 ^8 O( R: W D.platform
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    A.paused! U4 S: J9 b1 D/ ?; ] B.crossed, e2 R, a9 R K& J; ?4 I( h C.reached5 _; ?8 h7 ?& i; O7 X: i D.parked
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  • Britain and Ireland
      The British Isles is made up of two large islands: One is called Ireland and the other __16  . Britain, or Great Britain, is the larger of these two islands, and it is17  into three parts: Scotland, Wales and England.
      The United Kingdom is that 18  of the British Isles ruled over by the Queen. It is made up of Scotland, Wales and England, that is, the 19  of Britain, and also about one sixth of Ireland, the Northern part. The  20  of Ireland is self-governing. The 21  name of the United Kingdom is  22  “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”.
     23 is larger and richer than Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and has the largest  24   of the United Kingdom, so people often use the 25 “England” and “English” when they  26  “Britain” and “British”. This sometimes makes the Scots and the Welsh a little 27 . The Scots in particular are very  28 of their separate nationality. The Welsh too do not regard   29  as English, and have a culture and even a   30 of their own.
      Ireland became part of the United Kingdom in 1801, but for forty years the “Irish  31  ” was the greatest headache of the United Kingdom.  32 , Ireland is divided into two: Northern Ireland still  33 to the United Kingdom, and in 1922 the rest of Ireland   34  to found an Irish Free State, later called Eire and now the Republic of Ireland.
      The Republic of Ireland does not regard itself as part of Britain, and is not now even a supporter of the Commonwealth of Nations (英联邦). Unlike the major Commonwealth countries it did not lift a finger to   35 British in the Second World War and now wants the whole of Ireland to be a republic.
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    A.Wales/ h* O ^: a. [& GB.Britain; @. P. j+ N* \- V: X6 F# f- a2 B' CC.England5 @( c$ J3 Z% I' VD.Scotland8 ?8 j; U* I" S5 E; E
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    A.divided: ^ `+ V$ H- L4 S) `B.cut0 Q; D I9 i3 P0 c! gC.broken$ f7 S* E9 R6 RD.separated. A7 A& a5 C, K/ T1 ?+ H. h
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    A.south) R# U/ G, e6 H; [! ^: B- g% PB.north* I% D# Z6 W4 Z# Y4 DC.part+ \ P* f7 N. X4 b1 S' V5 g) G- d' fD.whole
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    A.smaller
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    A.correct
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    A.also B' f1 d# X6 b' h" O; P" j! S i. VB.therefore: L* H7 K! Y) S, P: JC.likely% M# J% `6 P- Q$ QD.perhaps g- K: T8 B2 \$ K: S% A
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    A.The UK# a4 V; O2 R! H+ K) X: ?% hB.The British isles5 X% g& R: F$ VC.Great Britain. @9 O% @4 `( Y; ?+ XD.England7 W+ @: e+ Y8 [: R: b
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    A.words/ A1 Q. [1 J. W! c. a& J8 B' \ OB.names# C+ g7 S# M9 A P3 A+ eC.spellings* b2 @0 P2 ]6 aD.pronunciations. D# E: L7 G" a, A4 i7 ?
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    A.call% N0 S8 W' b M% A* C: ], e& L' F! XB.forget
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    A.Country
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    A.feel' a5 R7 P& i1 V( G2 EB.touch8 W& ^' ]3 a+ h' j. G3 PC.fight
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