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22春学期(高起本:1509、1603、1609、1703)《大学英语(三)》在线作业-00003

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22春学期(高起本:1509、1603、1609、1703)《大学英语(三)》在线作业-00003


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1.A ( )silence followed her announcement.
A.deadly
B.dead
C.dying
D.death
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2.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
正确答案:false

3.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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4.Children should be allowed to ( ) those few years of innocence before they have to learn the truth about the real world.
A.cherish
B.chase
C.chemist#perish
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5.We were completely ( ) by the final result.
A.overwhelming
B.overwhelmed
C.estimated
D.estimating
正确答案:false

6.My advice to Mr. Stewart is to think carefully before entering into a career in medicine, as this is a field which requires a lot of ( ) and long working hours.
A.dedicate
B.dedication
C.dictation
D.description
正确答案:false

7.He is a child with a vivid ( ).
A.imagining
B.imagination
C.imaginable
D.unimaginable
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8.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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9.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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10.Ask your doctor whether a low-fat diet and a daily walk will ( ) to reduce your high blood pressure.
A.suffice
B.surf
C.suffer
D.submit
正确答案:false

11.Try as I might, I still can’t understand ( ) we could have done to justify all the suffering war inevitably inflicts.
A.that
B.what
C.which
D.those
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12.The happiness in his marriage did not mean he ( ) tragedy: He lost his daughter Katia 10 years later.
A.be immune to
B.be immune from
C.be let through
D.be let out
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13.Doctors’ salaries have risen substantially, ( ) nurses’ pay has actually fallen.
A.due
B.in spite of
C.despite
D.whereas
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14.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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15.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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16.( ) is defined as the inability to pay for your basic needs.
A.Poor
B.Poverty
C.Power
D.Powder
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17.He was ( )travel literature.
A.relying on
B.interested on
C.keen on
D.keen to
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18.The court ruled that this man ( ) his political rights for a future four years after he has served his 13-year sentence.
A.be got rid of
B.be turned down
C.be deprived from
D.be deprived of
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19.Right now there is no evidence that those flu viruses that ( ) our pets are contagious(传染的) to us.
A.affected
B.inflicted
C.infected
D.effected
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20.Three more nuclear power stations were built( ) widespread opposition.
A.though
B.even though
C.despite
D.even if
正确答案:false

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1.This story began about 10 years ago. I was coming out of a very bad marriage. For seven long years my husband spent telling me just what was wrong with me. When I finally asked for a divorce, he answered by telling me that I would never find anyone to love me because I was just so unattractive. This went on for about two years. One night one of my friends convinced me to go out with her. We went to a nightclub and that is when I met him. Clint was playing a game with a girl. I sat in the corner watching him. I didn’t feel that I had whatever it took to get up and mix with others because of my self-esteem (自尊心) problem. Finally I got up the courage to order a drink for him. When he got it, he gave me the most dazzling (感人的) smile. We spent the rest of the evening talking until I realized that it was almost morning. I figured that he was simply being nice to me because I had bought him a drink, but the very next day he called and told me that he could not stop thinking about me and that he wanted to meet my kids too. About 3 months later, my divorce was final and Clint sat my boys down and asked them if it was all right with them if he asked me to marry him because he could not imagine life without the three of us anymore. I was so touched that he went to my boys and asked for their approval because they were the “men of the house” at the ripe old ages of 2 and 4. They said yes and we have all been together ever since. Clint gave me and my boys a second chance at a wonderful life. Not a day goes by that he doesn’t tell us that we are the best thing that ever happened to him and that he loves us.
正确答案:false

2.Last week I visited one of my old neighborhoods in Washington D.C. I had not been there for twenty years and as I walked along the street, my mind was flooded by memories of the past. I saw the old apartment building where I had lived and the playground where I had played. As I viewed these once familiar surroundings, images of myself as a child there came to mind. However, what I saw and what I remembered were not the same. I sadly realized that the best memories are those left untouched. My old apartment building, as I remember, was bright and alive. It was more than just a place to live. It was a movie house, a space station, or whatever my young mind could imagine. I would steal away with my friends and play in the basement. This was always exciting because it was so cool and dark, and there were so many things there to hide among. There was a small river in the back of the building. We would go there to lie in the shade of trees and enjoy ourselves. However, what I saw was completely different. The apartment building was now in disrepair. What was once more than a place to live looked hardly worth living in. The windows were all broken. The once clean walls were covered with dirty marks. The river was hardly recognizable. The water was polluted and the trees and flowers were all dead. The once sweet-smelling river now smelled terrible. It was really heartbreaking to see all this. I do not regret having seen my old neighborhood. However, I do not think my innocent childhood memories can ever be the same. I suppose it is true when they say, “You can never go home again.”
正确答案:false

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1.Mr Klein told the class that a new student, Inez, would join them soon. He said that Inez was deaf. She “talked” with others by using sign language. Mr. Klein knew sign language, and he decided to teach his students so that they could also “talk” with Inez. First, they learned to sign the letters. Some letters were hard to (1)##. Other letters, such as C, were easier because the shape of the hand was the same as the shape of the letter. The (2)## thing they learned was fingerspelling. They signed one letter after another to spell a word. They (3)## with two-letter words such as at and on. Then they spelled (4)##words. Finally, Mr Klein showed that (5)## one sign could be used for a whole word. To make the sign for the word fine, a person spreads out the fingers on one hand, (6)##the thumb to the chest,and moves the hand away from the chest. Signing is not just (7)## with the hands. Expressions on the face are also (8)##. The students learned to sign a question mark by using expressions on the face. When Inez first entered the classroom, she looked (9)##. But the students signed, “Good morning, Inez. ” She gave the class a big smile and signed back, “What a wonderful (10)## ! ”
正确答案:false

2.Time spent in a bookshop can be enjoyable. If you go to a (1)## shop, no assistant will come near to you and said, “Can I help you? ” You (2)## buy anything you don’t want. You may try to find out (3)## the book you want is. But if you fail, the assistant will lead you there and then he will go away. It seems that he is (4)## selling any book at all. There is a story which tells us about a good shop. A medical student (5)## a very useful book in the shop, (6)## it was too expensive for him to buy. He couldn’t get it from the library, either. So every afternoon, he went there to read (7)## at a time. One day, however, he could not find (8)## from its usual place and was leaving when he saw an assistant signing to him. To his surprise, the assistant pointed to the book (9)##,“I put it there so as not to be sold out, " said the assistant. Then he (10)## the student and let the student go on with his reading. If you spend time in such a bookshop, aren’t you really enjoying yourself?
正确答案:false

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