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22秋学期(高起本1709-1803、全层次1809-2103)《大学英语(三)》在线作业-00002

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22秋学期(高起本1709-1803、全层次1809-2103)《大学英语(三)》在线作业-00002


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1.The ( ) I received from the people I met in the Maldives really made my holiday very special.
A.hospitality
B.hostility
C.hospital
D.host
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2.By the time we got to the sale, all the good ( )was gone.
A.staff
B.stuff
C.stock
D.stack
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3.The whole department is suffering because of her ( ).
A.stupidity
B.stupid
C.tiresome
D.tireless
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4.He was ( )travel literature.
A.relying on
B.interested on
C.keen on
D.keen to
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5.For people who live in industrialized countries, it is hard to conceive ( )living without electricity and other modern conveniences.
A.from
B.of
C.at
D.with
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6.One of the biggest problems for immigrants everywhere is whether they will be about to ( )with the local people effectively.
A.imitate
B.terminate
C.stimulate
D.assimilate
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7.The company was reportedly going bankrupt and this would result in the ( )of thousands of employees.
A.setoff
B.layoff
C.layout
D.setout
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8.He knows that the ( )of social status can consume vast amounts of his time and effort.
A.pursue
B.pursuit
C.purse
D.pure
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9.The new president said she would ( )herself to protecting the rights of the old and the homeless.
A.dedicated
B.dedicate
C.dedication
D.decorate
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10.( ) is defined as the inability to pay for your basic needs.
A.Poor
B.Poverty
C.Power
D.Powder
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11.The rules of the game are quite( ) most people.
A.similar to
B.similar with
C.familiar with
D.familiar to
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12.When a major news story breaks, most people ( ) the online or television media.
A.turn back
B.turn to
C.turn around
D.turn in
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13.He has been ( ) by a horrible disease, from which one of his best friends died two weeks ago.
A.convicted
B.confronted
C.conflicted
D.afflicted
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14.The doctors are at a loss because so far no medicine has been found to ( ) the spread of the disease.
A.inhibit
B.exit
C.exist#exhibit
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15.We were completely ( ) by the final result.
A.overwhelming
B.overwhelmed
C.estimated
D.estimating
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16.After the war, Audrey and her mother left Holland,( ) London as poor immigrants.
A.arriving in
B.arrived in
C.arriving
D.arrived
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17.From a practical ( ), how can you reduce production costs and at the same time minimize the risks involved?
A.standstill
B.stool
C.status
D.standpoint
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18.These women live in New York City where it may be difficult to ( ) a way of living that would be affordable for their budgets.
A.construct
B.contact
C.contrive
D.contribute
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19.I’d always loved water and ( ) a good swimmer until last summer, when I’d decided to climb up to the highest diving board at the pool.
A.to be
B.be
C.being
D.been
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20.This type of system which ( ) in the United Kingdom has been widely used throughout Europe and is gaining in popularity in the United States of America and Japan.
A.origin
B.original
C.orginated
D.oriented
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1.At 26, Jane Goodall had no college education or science training. But since childhood, she had been dreaming of working closely with animals in Africa. “All through my childhood people said you can’t go to Africa. You’re a girl,” Goodall says. “But my mother used to say, if you really want to, there’s nothing you can’t do.” In 1957, the 26-year-old Goodall journeyed to Kenya to work as a secretary. She also arranged to meet the famous scientist Louis Leakey, who was so impressed by her enthusiasm that he hired her as his assistant. She went with him on many trips to the African jungle and in 1960 Leakey sent Goodall to live among chimpanzees (黑猩猩) in a remote animal preserve (禁猎地), recording the animals’ behavior and interactions. For three months Goodall made little progress. But she says, “1 never came close to giving up.” Her breakthrough came one day when she saw a male chimpanzee stick a blade of grass into a termite (白蚁) hill, then put the grass in his mouth. Afterward she approached the hill and did the same. Pulling the grass out, she discovered dozens of termites clinging to it. The discovery — that some animals use tools — was unknown to most scientists at the time. Goodall saw chimpanzees exhibit human-like emotions, such as jealousy and love. But she also discovered they were capable of violent attacks against each other. Goodall received her Ph. D in the study of animal behavior at England’s Cambridge University. Now she travels around the globe raising money to preserve wildlife. “I love being in the forest with the chimps,” she says. “I’d much rather be there than traveling around from city to city.”
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2.Personal computers and the Internet give people new choices about how to spend their time. Some may use this freedom to share less time with certain friends or family members, but new technology will also let them stay in closer touch with those they care most about. I know this from personal experience. E-mail makes it easy to work at home, which is where I now spend most weekends and evenings. My working hours aren’t automatically much shorter than they once were, but I spend fewer of them at the office. This lets me share more time with my young daughter than I might have if she'd been born before electronic mail became such a practical tool. The Internet also makes it easy to share thoughts with a group of friends. Say you do something fun - see a great film, perhaps - and there are four or five friends who might want to hear about it. If you call each one, you may tire of telling the story. With e-mail, you just write one note about your experience, at your convenience, and address it to all the friends you think might be interested. They can read your message when they have time, and read only as much as they want to. They can reply at their convenience, and you can read what they have to say at your convenience. E-mail is also an inexpensive way to stay in close touch with people who live far away. More than a few parents use e-mail to keep in touch, even daily touch, with their children off at college. We just have to keep in mind that computers and the Internet offer another way of staying in touch. They don’t eliminate any of the old ways.
正确答案:false

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1.The years passed, and I finished college and (1)## a job in (2)## town. Once, while (3)## my parents, I used the phone in their bedroom, and noticed that the pickle jar was gone. It had served its purpose and had (4)##. A lump (5)## in my throat as I stared (6)## the spot beside the dresser (7)## the jar had always stood. My dad was a man of (8)## words, and never lecture me on the values of (9)##, perseverance, and faith. The pickle jar had taught me all these virtues far more eloquently (10)## the most flowery of words could have done.
正确答案:false

2.Venus and I weren’t born (1)## silver spoons in our mouths. We didn’t have a line of Mercedes outside the house. But we weren’t (2)## we’d call poor (3)##: We were never hungry, we never went (4)##--- and that’s what I consider true poor. I suppose the main thing is that, growing up, nothing was handed (5)## us on a plate. And, like Dad, Mum was out working to keep things (6)##. So when it came to us, we pretty much had to earn anything that (7)## our way. And I’m (8)## for that because, (9)## we’re still relatively young, I can already see (10)## it’s been an important building block in both our characters.
正确答案:false

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