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  • 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意.然后从1—15各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    A land free from destruction(毁灭,破坏), plus wealth, natural resources, and labor supply ——  all these were important 1      in helping England to become the center for the Industrial Revolution. 2       they were not enough. Something else was needed to start the industrial process. That "something special" was men —— 3      individuals who could invent machines, find new 4      of power, and establish business organizations to reshape society. The men who created the machines of the Industrial Revolution 5     from many backgrounds and many occupations. Many of them were 6       inventors than scientists. A man who is a pure scientist is primarily interested in doing his research 7       .He is not necessarily working 8      that his findings can be used. An inventor or one interested in applied science is all trying to make something that has a concrete use. He may try to solve a problem by 9       the theories 10       science or by experimenting through trial and error. Regardless of his method, he is working to obtain a  11      result: the construction of a harvesting machine, the burning of a light bulb(灯泡), or one of 12      other objectives. Most of the people who 13       the machines of the Industrial Revolution were inventors, not trained scientists. A few were both scientists and inventors. Even those who had little or no training in science might not have made their inventions 14      a groundwork had not been laid by scientists years 15     .
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    A.generating 9 `% ]0 Y2 ?# X: _; H B.effective : N4 ], L; c1 T( i1 h4 B6 Z C.motivating 4 Q1 [& B3 R0 f% Q* [ D.creative4 b+ d) I5 O$ c5 \3 N8 j! K( D
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    A.origins # M3 a# b- R. T2 b4 ? B.sources
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    A.came 0 C1 G% e! d3 Z( `) B. T: _- X. Q7 M B.arrived 0 h) b/ P8 F2 Y) i% K7 S6 P C.stemmed ' M ^/ Y3 O% X$ O) h2 Q$ g" h D.appeared* c: ^2 _2 W2 M
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    A.less $ ^! X/ D. ?# U3 a" i B.better % J$ ?. V) N/ W2 g+ J, P C.more + D$ O/ U8 `$ E D.worse3 [: @% \3 O3 O. @8 S# G0 C7 `" X
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    A.happily 8 e! i; ^7 d. i' P B.occasionally % G i! a: c) F* Q1 c9 F C.reluctantly ) P, \& L4 F6 O D.accurately; h$ f' d, V( P( @0 E& j
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    A.now 0 g2 N9 d' g6 N- G; ?+ C* K B.and # ?7 L: H7 N0 W6 i" L C.all 6 U+ ] T, N- `0 C D.so/ D2 ?9 Y0 `! `6 L* G# _$ \
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    A.planning . K- ?1 P+ I& j0 d& P+ I B.using # G+ \7 E O0 E) a9 ]7 O N. j' D C.idea / M& H* P% [$ L D.means& I0 V, E! F& f3 R! [7 a
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    A.of ( F' D% J5 h1 @# J; W- f B.with 8 F# ?3 g/ U: U5 Y C.to 6 E2 i, j" ?0 Z1 A+ P) E1 _ D.as$ I- Y7 J- V# I8 e* B
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    A.single 9 C7 e* Y* B, j' K8 U5 N7 J. E B.sole ; J" g- `, K& R5 J C.specialized 4 C: V3 S5 O. V D.specific4 T+ d% f( c- P& c
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    A.few 9 [( W; Z/ Q2 O B.those $ Z( Z0 L2 _5 Z1 R0 K C.many 1 A0 V5 M% D9 M$ K D.all8 S; F/ D$ A6 W# @' W
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    A.proposed ! E5 W1 N) M' h1 O B.developed + a4 Y8 V3 B0 d) M. Z/ \2 W/ P+ L C.supplied P' C/ I+ X$ E$ c. R# D+ Q D.offered
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    A.as 4 `$ j. f$ N# j h1 Q& C ] B.if 8 e; `9 j- [# Q. ^0 j6 a N7 N7 U C.because & [4 ^2 e( a C D.while. _# h1 B0 Y- A) P; H2 X
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  • People with bigger brains ftend to score higher on standardized tests of intelligence, according to new study findings.
    However, the study author Dr Michael A.McDaniel of the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond emphasized that these findings represent a general trend, and people with small heads should not automatically believe they are less intelligent. For instance, Albert Einstein’s brain was “not particularly large”, McDaniel noted. “There’s some relationship between brain size and intelligence on the average, but there’s plenty of room for exceptions,” he said.
    Interest in the relationship between brain size and intelligence grew in the1830s,  when German anatomist(解剖学家) Frederich Tiedmann wrote that he believed there was “an unquestionable connection between the size of the brain and the mental energy displayed by the individual man”. Since that statement, scientists have conducted numerous studies to determine if Tiedmann’s  assertion was, in fact, correct. Most studies have looked into the link between head size and intelligence. More recently, however, researchers have published additional studies on brain size and intelligence, measured using MRI scan(核磁共振成像扫描).
    For his study, McDaniel analyzed more than 20 studies that looked into the relationship between brain size and intelligence in a total of 1,530 people. The studies showed that on the average, people with larger brain volume tended to be more intelligent. The relationship between brain volume and intelligence was stronger in women than men, and in adults than in children. McDaniel notes in the journal Intelligence.
    McDaniel is not sure why the relationship was stronger for adults and women. “Other research has shown that women, on the average, tend to have smaller brains than men, but score just as well—if not higher—in tests of intelligence,” he said.
    McDaniel insisted that the relationship between brain size and intelligence is not a “perfect” one. “One can certainly find lots of examples of smaller-sized people who are highly intelligent,” he said, “But, on the average, the relationship holds.”
    【小题1】. What does the text mainly talk about?
    A.MRI scans are applied to intelligence.3 b" c& J8 N: j/ W/ N/ X- d$ @
    B.On the average, a bigger brain means higher IQ./ g. c3 O9 E9 S& G; S* j; N
    C.Dr McDaniel did well in his intelligence study.
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    D.Scientists are interested in Tiedmann’s idea.0 Z# E* R$ O9 I
    【小题2】 By mentioning Albert Einstein, the writer wants to show    .
    A.Albert Einstein was intelligent8 R- i. W1 ], d8 e6 e5 _; X
    B.the result of intelligence test was false9 P( ]2 O5 Z7 C) Y) g1 A& G! O
    C.being hard working is more important than intelligence D4 W" K* @! @4 I
    D.brain size doesn’t necessarily decide the level of intelligence/ V( A8 e& a: a& g# K! c. V' a
    【小题3】 The underlined word “assertion” in Para. 3 probably means “    ”.
    A. experiment   B. statement  C proof      D. demand
    【小题4】 After Frederich Tiedmann wrote his article,    .
    A.many scientists agreed with him7 D8 U _$ N3 M2 j1 b' X
    B.numerous studies have failed to prove his idea3 j: _- i8 _% W
    C.MRI scan became popularly used2 Y3 \9 j$ R/ J% ^
    D.lots of researchers were interested in the connections between head size and intelligence8 ]1 ?: G! d6 c5 E# F! c7 ^
    【小题5】 According to the text, Dr McDaniel’s study    .
    A.proves Tiedmann’s idea was completely true6 E8 i6 U+ V2 ^& S8 K
    B.shows women are smarter than men9 B7 N8 Z c! I) A i! M8 ]# M# E
    C.involves many studies and a lot of people d3 T( b4 h1 J8 U1 L& A, h
    D.explains why people with smaller brains are clever# _' S& W$ d' Y) T( B* C

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  • 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1—15各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    The subject of what separates art and design has been debated for a long time. Artists and designers both create visual works using a/an   1  knowledge background, but their reasons for doing so are   2  different. Some designers consider themselves artists, but few artists consider themselves   3 .
    So what exactly is the difference between art and design? Perhaps the most fundamental difference that we can all agree on is their   4 . Typically, the process of creating a work of art starts with nothing, a blank sheet of paper. A   5  of art is born from a view or value that the artist holds within himself or herself. They create the art to share that feeling with others, to   6 
    the viewers to relate to it, learn from it or be   7  by it. The most renowned and successful art today is something that establishes the strongest   8  connection between the artist and their
      9 .
    By contrast, when a designer sets out to   10  a new piece, they almost always have a
      11  starting point, whether a message, an image, an idea or an action. The designer’s job isn’t to invent something   12 , but to communicate something that already exists, for a purpose. That purpose is almost always to motivate the audience to do something: buy a product, use a
      13 , visit a location, or learn certain information. The most   14  designs are those that most effectively   15  their message and motivate their consumers to carry out a task.
    【小题1】) Z/ A4 \$ a! [- b0 [! O4 `7 [8 _
    A.unique$ X4 D. F" ]0 e B.separate! G1 N! U8 b' E2 C C.shared9 O/ h4 g4 i e8 _! b D.accepted4 Q! F( X! R4 O* a, @+ [) S" A5 \
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    A.entirely/ P. d5 S# e7 V5 G4 X: M2 J- E! O B.occasionally9 _5 ]0 D5 c9 O+ N3 Q: V# Y C.hardly7 c6 g' B& g) i. _" Q1 T# D' \- T D.unnecessarily8 f! ?: D- ]5 W! F4 g! \
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    A.inventors9 O& \: U. i W, O$ A1 R7 `( Z B.designers I* K/ S7 d" ]0 B! d( J9 _ C.writers8 @9 i6 f5 j0 j* W D.viewers5 L& J4 e# j8 R4 Z6 g! d1 Z8 O
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    A.purpose # Y. V+ P* D' D4 Y4 S B.product# [+ ?4 h3 d& I C.interest5 J/ R9 f6 g! C9 i D.cost! f) V- `" e! c) g ^/ ?# Q# `8 C! `
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    A.love* R7 V1 C, h$ Q/ j: A" T, L7 K- P$ ] Q! a B.type$ T! e0 g* N/ \' I" i$ D C.part
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    A.stop3 G1 j9 i" ?4 _$ `- M1 ` B.allow2 ^ M& Q( W3 Z, [8 I8 C- Q C.require+ ?. K: G1 J1 H+ O D.move3 X8 a. W: [9 h. Z* g" V
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    A.understood8 [4 Z a% V ]. `" M* f B.fooled
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    C.inspired) X& b5 P/ Y1 ^& Q D.discouraged, g) ]8 W$ I8 F
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    A.political9 Q0 i' E* J6 ^' ^3 ]( K' I B.social9 g K1 K7 b' e' C C.physical8 L( A% P) P6 T8 P. h, ` D.emotional! H7 a8 _8 J" \5 O
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    A.surprising2 g2 D! G: [$ j- P, Z0 X& A B.special4 B8 G9 X2 U" U( E" K9 Z: D$ e C.creative7 G$ A6 C- \( V) V D.new- ?- X8 ?+ I6 d0 N9 e) G* b. g
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    A.phone' g+ D. M; ^( d B.service0 \( S' N& f- ?) `/ G; G: B C.language/ P- C$ D& L. h& S7 c3 D D.name
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    A.important) R0 `/ [3 h3 W$ C B.creative' S4 ]9 \! F/ ]! C% T C.successful8 c, P6 B: T9 J. _- U' ? D.unusual* [- f' D" ^3 _; P9 R" @
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    A.learn
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  • 完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    Recent studies have shown that children with learning disabilities (LD) often have problems. For many, strong  21 of anger, shame, sadness, or disappointment can 22 psychological difficulties such as anxiety, depression or low self-esteem. These problems can be far more than the  23 challenges themselves.
    Several heading experts in the field of LD have offered suggestions on ways to help 24 children from these problems.
    To be most effective in supporting 25 , it can help to understand some primary  26  for the psychological and emotional challenges they may face.
    First, it is not difficult to see  27  children with LD are at greater risk for developing psychological difficulties if one considers the repeated failure they 28 . Although they make efforts to “try harder,” children with LD may receive little  29  feedback(反馈). Their academic struggles and failures are often met with 30 by teachers, peers and parents. Such disapproval can take the form of unpleasant labeling(标签)of a child 31“slow,” “lazy” or “dumb.” 32 developing a sense of pride in their accomplishments, children with LD may  33  in disappointment and shame. Low self-esteem and a lack of confidence only  34 prevent learning and academic success.
    The second reason is the 35 difficulties they often experience. Research indicates that as many as 75% of kids with LD have such 36 as making and keeping friends. Children with LD are less 37 and often rejected by their peers. Teachers and other adults also may  38 to have negative views of them. Such social rejection(排斥)can result in  39 of self-esteem and feelings of loneliness, which,   40  may lead to psychological difficulties such as anxiety and depression.
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    A.opinions/ \3 d% H! D5 i5 A B.feelings3 _2 K7 K* ^' d* V: b6 T C.ideas 1 X7 P1 V4 c Z. e! S9 P D.attitudes4 d$ O3 R7 a- e# N/ F) M+ j
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    A.cause 5 @9 U1 Q7 ^8 \* K! U6 c- G( g- S B.get) R8 i9 j6 M( L. B# d9 ` C.solve 2 c9 \0 X" X. C( P5 E D.overcome0 h4 R, B0 K. D- O7 R) @% ^6 h
    【小题3】 
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    A.protect9 J. c1 T6 T( R! V) M9 A) R; ^( @. Z B.prevent% h. I& g% Y- Z9 U: a7 ^6 M C.remove$ Z N- ]$ h3 B$ I8 e5 H. h" R D.separate2 C& U$ I2 j+ E; c( P
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    A.ways & Y Q% N3 P# N B.rules # J& M. D) _9 i% F C.reasons8 T& C, Z4 V& U. c! E D.directions
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    A.hopeful
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    A.as7 M( F6 K# H) E! B3 \0 C6 G6 c B.for6 R. O0 T' a; ` [8 f% O8 B C.with# ?) Z: D5 U5 X D.to- e" E8 Q7 @; h5 J" I- ]+ Z& h
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    A.turn away9 _& M3 ?; V; \3 ^# a B.work out
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    C.break off
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    D.end up
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    A.hardly$ J+ S8 `0 Q0 ]$ g7 S9 c: j B.further5 G5 X/ h2 C: Z$ N6 a2 a7 C" e$ b C.even7 d: V/ L, W, _2 M) e D. slightly1 Q5 V* @8 J5 \6 d) N' A
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    A.general
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    A.values& W! P7 a, a& E/ ^: ^& D Z [ B.mistakes5 e. O+ @- \$ U9 @+ K C.chances
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    A.in particular# J( U; A6 G* J9 M2 O2 ?1 i B.in general
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  • Where did all the tigers go? That’s what Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wants to know. India’s Sariska Project Tiger Reserve, once home to 26 tigers, is now home to none. Singh has ordered a police investigation into the   39 ,and created a new taskforce to save the   40  animals.
    Tigers are an endangered species(物种). Half of the world’s tiger   41  live in India. For years, tigers have been disappearing from India’s national parks, but Sariska may be the last straw. And the government has to react.
    On Thursday, Singh held the first meeting of   42  officials, wildlife experts, and related leaders, aiming to count the nation’s remaining tigers, and to come up with a plan to keep them safe.
    It is not hard to guess why the tigers are disappearing. Poachers (偷猎者) can   43  the big cats for $50,000 each. Tiger skin and bones are popular in Chinese   44 . A single tiger tooth can fetch $120. Recently, a group of poachers admitted killing ten tigers in Sariska and were   45 .
    “Indian tiger poaching is probably the biggest conservation problem in modern times.” said Belinda Wright, the head of the Wildlife Protection Society of India.
    However, poaching isn’t the only   46 . Many poachers use advanced technologies, like night glasses and long–range binoculars. Forest security officers are paid so   47  that few of them bother to track down the poachers. Even if a security guard were to find a poacher, many carry only a stick to make him obey the law.
    Tiger fans hope that Singh’s plans mean end for the poachers and   48  for the endangered species.
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    A.project & d9 [5 Y) [4 ^8 h/ T B.disappearance( D$ K, H* ]/ b9 W C.reserve# ^6 j1 K& d1 W& F8 G% \ D.home( ?; G! g4 d% H+ Y% `. ?% M
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    A.population" @5 X1 I1 A/ U7 K B.percentage/ W4 ]: ]$ _/ P, h C.generation, h% V: j! a6 D" e" c1 U D.group: Z+ O2 J+ K5 C6 Y+ \+ X' i
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    A.business+ W, W) Y2 _. E$ W6 d B.trade1 H; M' a b, D% C5 R C.army - A5 @6 X3 D6 Y# B4 E4 @ D.forest, j; X% K- d G! ?7 ^' j
    # V" E! E6 X# ^; ?. d. P" Z
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    A.raise$ f, d: V) W, h, ]/ c7 _ B.hunt ; L# M+ d) \! X C.sell ! W! @- b* B# E7 G/ T( g D.shoot6 _+ D! R" j4 L2 f, S2 F
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    A.food. U& j& A. U E Q4 Z B.tradition3 a6 S* A& W, a- j5 h1 D% D8 ` C.culture* M9 X7 P8 j* B5 ?* c' Y# @/ Y& C D.medicine, Q( L; g+ `- I. d. L% a
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    A.found F. f: e1 F" _3 K4 G B.arrested 3 C) ?* E/ C( M2 ]( P6 Y3 P C.prohibited1 P) c1 Y9 G: \' B/ F9 [" G D.controlled3 e& J j) K8 T6 _3 A$ _! ]
    5 B. @ K( X N
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    A.problem8 G: Z9 e7 N2 h8 T( B+ D B.worry8 K' E2 ]. F. ^$ S! A7 `! ]7 @ C.crime3 c2 S! i1 W+ @9 B; T" @2 N# Y D.factor, Q8 e( g: Z% @
    5 ?& \$ j5 K+ R6 G* f. D# J6 I
    【小题9】' Q* @4 X, S" I; D4 i
    A.commonly0 b' ^& b' L: Q/ F# G B.poorly7 h- b7 e7 E A7 F4 C8 K J C.slightly + _# F- D3 h6 d% Y; E D.highly( `& d) c/ d6 P# a: Q8 E
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    A.success : C; I7 K2 j0 ^+ P! b# Y( P8 i B.lamp! _! S/ B+ I7 J* G; F# T% ? C.hope " B/ g K; Q& S( V D.achievement! c* a) S# _5 U# V
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  • Years ago, if a teenager had some problems in her life, she might go home and write in her diary. Now, a teenager with   36  problems might go onto the Internet and write about his problems in a blog. In many ways a diary and a blog are very   37  . So, what makes blogging different from writing in   38  diary?
    The biggest difference is that blogging is much more   39  than a diary. Usually, a teenager treats his diary like a book full of   40  that she does not want to   41 .
    It’s interesting that someone who writes in a blog   42  a diary will probably write nearly the same information.
    I have a little sister, and sometimes I go online to read her   43  . She writes about things like waking up early for swimming practice and not studying enough for her chemistry test.   44  I was her age, I wrote about the same things, but   45  in my diary. Then, after I had finished writing, I would hide my diary in a secret place because I was   46  that my sister might read it!
    The biggest   47  with blogging is that anyone can read what you write. If I was angry with a friend during high school and wrote something   48 about her in my diary, she would never know!   49 , if my sister ever wrote something bad about a friend, that friend   50  read her blog and get a “cry”.
    There are also   51  to blogging, of course. If I felt sad one day and wrote in my diary: “Nobody cares about me.”  52  would know about it. However, if my sister wrote the same sentence in her blog, her best friends would   53  respond and tell her how much they   54  her. Blogs help people   55  in touch with their friends and know what the people around them are doing.
    【小题1】- a& i \! G' S, E. _( F
    A.the same8 Y0 Z9 d4 U7 R2 g' K B.troublesome- ]& i/ B7 [: _# g _ C.difficult$ B+ b# B. D) `2 i5 Y: a D.daily: g6 Q2 P% M9 G+ f+ a9 I3 F
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    A.familiar$ C0 G8 h. g) O: D. V' E" M6 E B.different2 e& W0 \4 A S/ b C.similar+ S" P3 E" S6 `) @- H D.special9 F# b3 E' E2 G0 G- S9 \
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    【小题3】+ b) E4 J* Y* G0 U, j% J* B
    A.a common
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    【小题4】" C( J O6 L$ b# F4 V* e! `4 M
    A.attractive. `* ^. K: b" ^4 I2 M B.convenient
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    C.public3 f8 S; \9 D. K D.quick
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    A.thoughts: e% P$ Y( g3 R B.secrets
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    C.mysteries3 ?$ X& H- T( e U# j D.puzzles" d# A- @5 [& P, H/ N
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    A.tell, K' I" `6 P3 h! [ B.publish" \/ O! H! V# d' ]( C C.share" ?+ F( a# c7 `, R7 @9 B D.solve5 c7 b% V2 [9 I1 _1 j9 I& g# _
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    A.in spite of3 Q5 G2 G4 A5 F B.as well as
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    C.in favor of: R5 A: D) ^) c& L D.instead of
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    A.web- ^3 @$ \+ U" Y) j5 H5 a B.diary" E& b! e" A# I9 M. L C.report ; O2 V% b, T$ D' L" a, J7 D D.blog% E# Q1 g; J6 P5 V; j- _
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    A.Since1 B8 Z' O5 @0 U, C- e7 Y B.Although / `6 [6 D* Z0 N8 \; ` C.When
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    D.Because
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    A.still4 [3 [8 Z ^; @: H! d8 T* \9 H B.already$ d7 U% P+ R' Z4 c( U& V C.only1 h, O1 _% X: i9 P. f D.never: c0 S4 f! @) R' i' e$ f5 X. Q
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    A.worried7 W0 P5 [- Y1 e B.concerned' e4 g4 c; e) Q" F C.glad
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    D.angry
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    A.problem- _ T$ L Q C! j" W1 Y0 V! E B.trouble7 R! L! I3 _: `5 C W" f' E: O* O/ f C.doubt
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    D.mistake8 C! L* [: ]6 i$ @) W
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    【小题13】) Z, Z' b" a# I& D
    A.boring3 C% j: F+ ^3 E4 V; W) F B.wrong# a, [- L% E# H1 `+ X; S4 T! e, Z- a C.unpleasant8 C* a5 S# ]0 D D.funny C7 Z2 K1 `5 P+ H; g- T
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    A.will5 R ^# Y* `& A: _ B.should$ ]6 X# \. h; K C.must. W- h/ ^# g# N D.might& M5 K# C7 Z0 f$ C+ g
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    【小题16】) _6 \+ h" O) ]/ T! H
    A.reasons- O, c, P& R6 F/ j! i4 C1 P g B.shortcomings% ^6 V5 `( ]3 ]7 c8 e$ _ J C.disadvantages M( N; K; O/ A D.advantages
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    A.no one$ I, c4 T5 T8 L0 j) f* J( \% e B.everyone & X _/ e! E6 \ C.anyone
    7 V; A& A% i6 A3 T* X F4 C
    D.someone7 P9 c- e* E3 X
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    【小题18】
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    A.happily$ J' a5 A" J# N, E) L B.suddenly
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    A.miss! P7 R P# L/ P+ _' T) h B.like6 W9 j- G9 K' j+ T) M2 P C.need, T, Z% _/ T5 M$ a2 ] D.help
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    A.lose) W* S( N9 V. N D1 U L B.get) [+ ? i7 F* d% ^" e3 O( i C.stay$ S+ C: I0 ?# P6 Z D.find" ]8 I; F2 _3 @1 B8 i
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  • Sea turtles are found in all warm waters throughout the world. Sea turtles are the___36____ of the turtles. The largest kind of sea turtle can grow as long as eight feet and ___37___ 1,500 pounds. Even the smallest kind, Kemp’s-Ridley, can ___38___ to 28 inches long and weigh almost 100 pounds. Many other turtles are small enough to___39___ in your hand. It is difficult to find population numbers for sea turtles because they do not___40____ shore once they hatch and reach the ocean, which makes it hard to ___41___ them. Sea turtles___42___ in the water because they are safer there. They cannot___43___ their heads and feet into their shells like other turtles can. Sea turtles cannot hide inside their shells __44___ other animals that want to eat them. They need to move quickly to stay safe.
    When the weather ___45___ warm, sea turtles leave the ocean to___46___ their eggs on the beach. This is the only time they will ever leave the water. Most___47____ turtles spend part of the time in water___48___ part of the time on land. It is easy to understand___49____ sea turtles stay in the water. Their___50___ to swim is greater than their ability to walk. Their heavy bodies and unusual feet make it hard for them to ___51___ on land. They are better___52___ for life in the water. They are well suited for life in the sea because of__53___ their bodies are made.
    The way their feet are made helps sea turtles swim very quickly. Their feet look like long __54___. When they swim, they flap their feet like a bird flaps its wings. This ___55___ way of swimming benefits sea turtles. It allows them to escape from their enemies.
    【小题1】! d2 I5 b- Q Z
    A.dwarfs $ M/ g- h; a7 F% _' b$ ?& Q0 J B.giants 5 F# T- D) c" c" N2 C5 _ D C.mammals5 M. A$ D% I) h3 W D.ancestors% H3 a. K9 D9 Y3 f
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    A.measure 9 ]5 b `7 N8 N- g% e/ c B.weigh / K b6 D* ?; D1 j* Q% E C.sell) F6 d# j3 j: F/ a: j- K; _ D.sound& d! K4 N1 J- \/ @8 a# H
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    A.grow up P& a ?) C" b9 d6 P- ]5 a. j B.bring up 9 e# c) O; [3 D7 [1 d% V C.take up
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    A.go to : F8 G& ]5 i7 _ C. _/ U B.turn to . C5 [* f4 R F& b2 L, G5 I2 \ C.back to ( g$ W9 Z' a7 C! E f* P( f D.return to6 Z2 i; `, Z& H: i, Z& M5 a1 F! `, ?
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    A.keep up with & \$ C& Y0 Q# F# d7 d# C: a1 _ B.keep track of ) A. [. ]- O8 j4 b C.keep in touch with 6 E# E# D( D- A D.keep to/ R( [. O4 a5 U$ `2 ^8 ?* D
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    A.swim 0 E" K0 V5 Q0 Y' B0 D! b5 Z7 F B.hide / D/ Z: Q' c, [& X+ R! d6 L C.sleep 2 ^3 e, M5 Q% K D.stay2 T* M( g( K8 `7 ?+ j
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    【小题8】
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    A.push* U9 A0 ?9 f. Y" g+ N B.draw
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    C.drag4 U1 F5 _& Y$ K6 J1 E0 P* Q D.pull6 S* W c! W5 i' c
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    A.away & H$ h- W) g# B% G9 b3 _ B.from : E" `- _& c% X; R9 b C.for - N5 ?6 P; b+ I9 U. F4 b0 J1 e& V5 I D.to( c" d+ T \1 A
    / O3 j: ?$ O2 i4 H9 _" Y* a; Z% B1 B
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    A.becomes 4 g# g; N0 N+ d, b8 N" ] B.turns + b/ E+ c4 T, T' N C.changes 9 c3 X$ U. d* I1 X% B/ ] D.leads! E9 Q# H0 E( \+ _
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    A.lay 7 N) E3 a* J. X S B.lie / a# ^" d2 G1 B1 I- X C.laid & Z8 ^" H: A9 \! _; \* \, Y; X D.lain$ E+ h- a/ f) B
    ' a: C. f, g5 A+ T7 C1 ^/ g
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    A.the other * I' G0 V3 X1 \; X$ c- A1 `0 Q/ b6 F B.another F6 L( G2 `" T" ?+ W- K$ J C.other ) D9 f. \7 O0 `( h D.others’: X' S1 B& `4 Z5 A/ \4 A* J
    _+ Y/ I5 H4 j3 A( \4 @% d. K
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    A.but # @ b" C5 J5 O; L, [5 `# b: ]4 J" C B.and 0 Z2 d2 Y1 d6 g, i; W C.or % g, ^ _4 H+ ?' L$ c+ [ D.so( Q% T" ?; j0 C4 F4 `9 `# ?
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    A.when / D7 \% \$ @5 G; a7 P9 U& g+ K B.where: \" C' ?5 ?$ E9 F$ A C.why
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    A.technique! D( D4 @3 c' W$ ^' I3 V B.talent - _1 H% e; _& P) h C.ability8 ^/ `& J' H, V5 ]$ A D.opportunity0 H f1 h$ j9 N$ _ L1 Y0 L' E
    ' [; H f7 M! N& D/ J6 C
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    A.walk ! ?4 F1 \, _+ ]# P; f& e B.travel 6 e+ R @7 S/ C, Y: N8 O C.wander % ^9 X) F2 L+ b6 g/ V1 I9 `: M D.play5 [% N% X' B7 X. S& ]+ _/ Z; Z
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    A.adopted 8 ^! h* Y N7 H: E' R; U B.adapted & O+ G/ N, c" ^8 A1 _2 L C.adequate1 h& d4 U0 D2 G) i. K+ F0 A6 N0 M D.admitted
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    A.the way : O! E% ^3 W% P" P2 @2 b1 M6 G$ H B.the manner 3 I* O% Y L- L7 M2 d- \* @. d C.the method; e0 R; V: \' j* N% j2 ]. f/ R D.the shape/ e: A( _' F7 S$ _
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    A.paddles
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  • The Internet has opened up a whole new online world for us to meet, chat and go where we’ve never been before.
    But just as in face to face communication, there are some rules of behavior that should be followed when on line.   71  Imagine how you’d feel if you were in the other person’s shoes.
    For anything you’re about to send: ask yourself, “Would I say this to the person’s face?” if the answer is no, rewrite and reread.   72 
    If someone in the chat room is rude to you, your instinct (本能) is to fire back in the same manner. But try not to do so.    73  If it was caused by a disagreement with another member, try to fix the situation by politely discussing it. Remember to respect the beliefs and opinions of others in the chat room.
       74  Offer advice when asked by newcomers, as they may not be sure what to do or how to communicate. When someone makes a mistake, whether it’s a stupid question or an unnecessarily long answer, be kind about it. If it’s a small mistake, you may not need to say anything. Even if you feel strongly about it, think twice before saying anything. Having good manners yourself doesn’t give you license to correct everyone else.    75  At the same time, if you find you are wrong, be sure to correct yourself and apologize to those that you have offended.
    It is not polite to ask others personal questions such as their age, sex and marital status. Unless you know the person very well, and you are both comfortable with sharing personal information, don’t ask such questions.
    A.Repeat the process till you feel sure that you’d feel comfortable saying the words to the person’s face. 9 H/ d. Z1 D3 e4 a 
    B.Everyone was new to the network once.
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    C.The basic rule is simple: treat others in the same way you would want to be treated. ) ]: I/ Y- A, b* X 
    D.When you send short messages to a person online, you must say something beautiful to hear.! a6 C+ X0 M0 Z4 M# d Z 
    E. You should either ignore the person, or use your chat software to block their messages.
    F. If you do decide to tell someone about a mistake, point it out politely.
    G. It’s natural that there some people who speak rudely or make mistakes online.

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  • Water costs money.In some places water is hard  31 .What 32 when a town has these problems?A small town in California found a happy 33
    Very 34 rain ever fell there.The town had no water35 .The water it used was 36  from a river 300 miles away.As more people  37  live in the town  38  water was needed.Now water  39  to be brought in from 600 miles away.All these cost  40 money.
    The town 41 a plan.It found 42   to clean its “dirty” water.Once the cleaned water was reused  43  many ways.Five  44  lakes were built.Here people could swim and fish and go  45 .They  46  have picnics in their new parks.Farmers had more water 47  their crops.New factories can be built,now that they have the promise of  48
    In most places,water is used and thrown 49.The town that saved 50 water has saved the town!
    【小题1】    
    A.supplying" X9 H* `0 F4 `4 ? B.getting* U6 M5 M+ R6 `/ H# d; d! H C.to get& A% U- j4 C# U3 L D.to supply6 h3 J7 P7 b Z: _% Q
    【小题2】    A.happens     B.happening    C is happened     D.happened
    【小题3】    A.key         B.answer       C answering    D.way
    【小题4】    
    A.little
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    B.a little& _3 e [% j2 Z, V! i& C+ i C.few
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    【小题5】    A.of itself   B.of its own  C.for its own    D for itself
    【小题6】    
    A.fetch: _: V# Q4 E$ _ B.take. `. D/ J# L$ G8 L3 P/ f C.brought in' c7 e' ^# U8 S8 W* c: O: J/ F) X* Z D.guided3 H) G' H5 ?" R
    【小题7】    
    A.come to+ Y+ D$ @! D' Q& S0 h: \ B.came to% J: H0 M8 d- W* S C.coming to( A5 C7 A7 U8 X) G5 X% b: P1 I; h D.came for$ O, X( L; i7 _0 A; d
    【小题8】    
    A.many& W* d2 U0 L$ g- X6 h& f B.plenty of6 ]/ f, T0 ^* M1 O! Z \ C.more 1 j1 J8 K2 ?0 a4 ]8 `* Z2 V D.many more5 P' J, i6 j$ P) a
    【小题9】    
    A.has / H! ^5 W( A, i D' E: h0 ^ B.had0 e Y- L" B/ g; U S C.must & b+ C, P1 N* N5 g, S/ E2 G7 a D.needed5 e/ F# Z4 I" e5 X7 ]
    【小题10】  
    A.many
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    B.a few. Q' J3 c6 @2 b& U4 f6 D i7 [ C.a great many
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    D.a lot of; Z/ e% F1 E% W$ V% C
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    A.put 5 [2 D, B& W9 S# Z B.made ' a) Y! ^9 I. H" P C.supply/ [: [5 h4 F) V: R( j+ j \# Z D.noticed2 C7 @1 ?" ?7 H! Z5 ?
    【小题12】  
    A.a way! X% ^# \( U; S6 T, D+ D B.ways- i& L* E; R3 H% a7 I0 _2 P/ g C.an answer; N1 e( f. T7 @4 [* @3 M D.a key6 I# f8 I, E+ W& K/ b$ b
    【小题13】  
    A.for& c! ^" i( I/ D7 U B.by% j& b6 h# D# X0 M9 T- Y3 U; [9 d- A C.at2 A! I0 K" f d8 \( g' U D.in( ?* B# f* N% E. U1 c
    【小题14】  
    A.man-making/ i& e3 e( B: e" Z B.man-make- I: f$ g6 D0 R. Q C.man-made( K% S O# O6 [3 N) Q D.man made
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    A.boating+ N; B; g% H) G B.to boat
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    C.to boating5 W: C( I5 B8 `- D* F1 Y+ C9 M D.on boating& g8 M `; Y$ S3 Z- E/ [9 M5 d. j
    【小题16】  
    A.must # j2 K+ E; S, c+ Z7 e' A# Z B.could" L3 Z! C9 W& f4 \) f C.needed7 L; V4 V A8 A/ C( e' `$ A D.had to: S3 A. J# Q7 F# H9 W+ I! S. Z- @- g) U
    【小题17】  
    A.as2 N- g) J7 U: f2 D B.with
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    C.for* B7 Y9 ]' @0 B+ i ^ D.to- ]0 ^9 `( c+ K- f9 B4 L0 `; C
    【小题18】  
    A.water enough ; G4 N! A$ _) I9 Y. ?5 A B.enough water# B# ^" [. f* h6 N% \% E C.crops enough / g4 R/ i2 I/ _9 G8 i D.enough crops8 A2 ^5 d) S9 b( X
    【小题19】  
    A.off
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    B.of
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    C.away: a$ ^4 e, g; \3 @9 ^" [ D.out of: J' K' Q" ]" h
    【小题20】  
    A.it’s9 C) O; Z0 D. h" N( Y6 ]6 A2 F B.its* K5 ^! S, B V4 Y: U C.one’s& U( e" i3 N8 O; c7 U D.his
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  • Body language is the quiet, secret and most powerful language of all! It speaks       than words. According to specialists, our bodies send out more       than we realize. In fact, non-verbal(非言语)communication takes up about 50% of what we really     .And body language is particularly _       when we attempt to communicate across cultures. Indeed, what is called body language is so        a part of us that it's actually often unnoticed. And misunderstandings occur as a result of it..      ,different societies treat the         between people differently. Northern Europeans usually do not like having     contact(接触)even with friends, and certainly not with       . People from Latin American countries      ,touch each other quite a lot. Therefore, it's possible that in         . it may look like a Latino is         a Norwegian all over the room. The Latino, trying to express friendship, will keep moving       _. The Norwegian, very probably seeing this as pushiness, will keep      which the Latino will in return regard as     
    Clearly, a great deal is going on when people       . And only a part of it is in the words themselves. And when parties are from      cultures, there's a strong possibility of       . But whatever the situation, the best          is to obey the Golden Rule: treat others as you would like to be      .
    【小题1】' a" c. j! i7 i/ Y+ W$ N
    A.straighter 2 i6 ]5 `% F- P% J$ T B.louder 6 A5 O0 E* ?% e: J$ Y C.harder 7 I4 I7 `, P0 g& M D.further
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    A.sounds , F: O: c5 d- I% Z B.invitations , i, f- g8 a! h# C, g+ B C.feelings # Q( e, a5 C7 a* [8 C/ N# O9 d% Z6 H D.messages' X4 B9 e+ _2 X) g
    * K: L L! c- f
    【小题3】
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    A.hope & h3 C$ D# V& N% _: M g B.receive $ g+ i3 M* ` V' `8 \' j C.discover , ^) G, A8 Y( O- L8 X0 b D.mean2 [9 h# e0 T3 W. Z; M
    $ D7 g/ C6 M% ]. ?6 @+ @7 I( N. j
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    A.immediate 5 [# c! S& c! c1 ?$ B6 ]/ c8 Y B.misleading # \5 W3 B% h" F1 E- B" g% G E$ G+ U C.important 5 ]+ i8 T$ i$ I$ ]/ F# Z* L D.difficult. e: Q5 V* B* h4 Y8 Z6 F$ g" G
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    A.well . a, \: D6 M: V, a6 g2 S B.far; d" C0 L! a2 H: \; j C.much# T/ O+ U3 D6 X D.long( [$ G: D# @2 j2 Y( T8 D, J
    % d3 N4 N8 @3 f5 S* V; E6 P. K5 ?
    【小题6】
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    A.For example
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    B.Thus
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    C.However + a3 ?* J/ ]. S8 ?: C* h D.In short: ?5 E5 e3 h' i; T
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    A.trade
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    B.distance . ^ Q: Q4 K) e* \# C C.connection / i# ?: j2 f3 h5 Z; d; C$ A D.greetings
    5 [+ H% Q4 X# C1 ]0 C- h& T
    / C+ g3 ?8 X& j* d- W
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    A.Eye 4 U) O' ?: U' Z B.Verbal + V, Y4 E. W3 @, G0 U C.Bodily , E. H9 d" C$ L4 Z4 R! d& ` D.telephone7 ]: T' U: _/ ^- [
    4 U: c Q+ F) i+ c( J
    【小题9】" Q* [( T# Z. f9 D$ R! j7 E
    A.strangers 6 T K' E! D2 b& j0 a# d' O B.relatives
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    C.neighbors & h6 D, O. i6 Y4 C# [ D.enemies3 [: f; I$ Y* f% N1 @) Z# C' b' ^ a4 Y
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    【小题10】# N/ K! `& J7 h E; B6 K
    A.in other words0 a5 @: H4 P+ J7 M! A& f/ @ B.on the other hand+ Z* [; T: F3 a7 ^ L4 G) S C.in a similar way8 S: G1 Q) [/ D1 ?2 d D.by all means. g& P; e7 a1 @
    ! ]9 \# _4 Q; b* ]3 f9 G1 c3 ?$ Q
    【小题11】3 J7 O/ L$ [$ Q9 P
    A.trouble
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    B.conversation + ?2 i3 e- ?7 ^ C.silence 7 U* P) @3 V0 Q8 G! V5 I8 J+ D D.experiment! c' C2 J% g& ?. X/ I# a( C
    8 e$ S' D. H$ U$ K; i5 @, G- i
    【小题12】0 Q: [3 M) ]0 N7 W# C& i
    A.disturbing
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    B.helping ) M3 @2 `1 i" F" L2 Z$ a C.guiding 1 O# H' e. `# a, J D.following2 Z# h' b' b4 M1 h, f* f( ^6 F
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    【小题13】
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    A.closer
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    B.faster) e/ T; I4 V# ^# P3 g C.In" h4 W7 @6 T5 _ D.away; G, j5 K3 H+ a
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    【小题14】( @) X4 R4 ], \) d4 e; ^
    A.stepping forward7 E$ [: W" V/ g4 W: Z9 K B.going on' B$ Y% K7 V- d9 I C.backing away - U) I- c: O# M! P/ C, L D.coming out% ] U1 h6 d* U3 L& E, B1 V# ? U$ d
    3 K. O/ a: M; I% a8 P3 `
    【小题15】5 G6 _3 Z( B6 F, S) C
    A.weakness
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    B.carelessness
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    C.friendliness 3 O- T$ L N, g3 Q. Z$ d: F& D2 c1 L D.coldness
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    【小题16】
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    A.talk 5 ]. K& b# i8 D+ D' P$ W0 M1 V B.travel " A2 [+ i& U+ K; B4 B C.laugh
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    D.think5 c' \! O6 j, L% X5 [
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    A.different7 I8 `; L% f& I6 ]% `+ ^9 J( A B.European# f! A Z1 _8 S! I C.Latino% K1 C- Z, X) _, W1 \% P9 M D.rich9 N5 c! ], @- B/ d- W7 I
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    【小题18】7 Z9 S/ P0 ]. `( J' M* C2 G8 b
    A.curiosity" O+ f" e# ?- i% i8 h B.excitement* e6 ]; @8 U% i7 ?6 S C.misunderstanding
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    D.nervousness4 [* b7 K( S% G9 F8 L
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    【小题19】0 P- F g: N7 c( ?* X
    A.chance5 c4 N6 `- _5 O" K/ S! D. ]( U9 _; I B.time
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    C.result4 _, d# b% ]$ a6 i7 W D.advice; H1 J/ W+ R" C: E9 O/ T
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    A.noticed( P# ?1 \$ R% @1 A% R B.treated
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    C.respected6 d: c; b! X( ] D.pleased7 H3 j/ K* ]( G$ C* ]
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