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26-30 EOFMN  

31-35 IKLAJ

26. E    constructed

27. O   undertaken

28. F    consulted

29. M   range

30. N    scale

31. I     eventually

32. K    necessarily

33. L    production

34. A    cheaper

35. J    height


36-40 KDMGB

41-45 LHFJC

36. K (A student’s yearly expenses on access…)

37. D (The online access codes may be seen as a way...)

38. M ( If a students takes a course again,they may have to buy a new access code to...)

39. G (McGraw Hill accounts for over one-fifth of the market share of college textbooks.)

40. B (Many traditional textbook publishers are now offering online digital products...)

41. L (One student complained that they now had to pay for access codes...)

42. H (Digital materials can cost students less than half the price of tranditional printed book...)

43. F (One student decided not to buy her access code until she received the pay for her part-time job.)

44. J (Online systems may deprive teachers of opportunities to make the best use of their expertise for their students.)

45. C (Digital access codes are criticized because they are profit-driven just...)


46-50 ABCDB

51-55 DCBDA


46. A (Seneca's thinking is still applicable today.)

47. B (It is a teaching tool under development.)

48. C (It helps them learn their academic subjects better.)

49. D (They use various ways to explain the materials.)

50. B (Their emotional involvement.)


51. D (They are better educated than their male counterparts.)

52. C (They think it needs further improving.)

53. B (Job stability and flexibility.)

54. D (The balance between work and family.)

55. A (They still view this world as one dominated by males.)



26-30 MNCJF

31-35 KLBIE

26. M    pollutants

27. N    restricted

28. C    consequence

29. J     innovation

30. F    detail

31. K    intended

32. L    outdoor

33. B    collaborating

34. I     inhabitants

35. E    creating


36-40  EJGCN

41-42  FBLDH

36.  E (The passing cruise ships will undermine the foundations of ...)

37. J (The Italian govemment has just reached an agreement with UNESCO...)

38. G (The heritage situation in Venice has been deteriorating....)

39. C (The decrease in the number of permanent residents in Venetians...)

40. N (If tourism gets out of control ...)

41. F (UNESCO urged the Italian government to undertake its responsibility to... )

42. B (The participants in the Venetian march used shopping carts to show...)

43. L (Ignoring UNESCO's warning, he mayor of Venice maintains his support of ...)

44. D (One woman says that for decades the Italian government and local authorities have...)

45. H (UNESCO has not yet decided to put Venice on the list of...)


46-50 ACACD

51-55 BADDB


46. A (Not all of them are symptoms of dementia.)

47. C (Communication within our our brain weakens. )

48. A (Totally forgetting how to do one's daily routines.)

49. C (Turn to a professional for assistance.)

50. D (Staying active both physically and mentally.)


51. B (It was stolen more than once.)

52. A (They proved its authenticity.)

53. D (His acknowledgement of help from a professional.)

54. D (Make it available online.)

55. B (Radical changes in archiving practices.)



26-30 CLFJE

31-35 GIBKH

26 C cast

27 L replaced

28. F efficient

29. J professionals

30. E decorative

31. G electrified

32. I photographed

33. B approach

34. K quality

35. H identify


36-40 FCIEB

41-45 KHDAG

36. F (Aderhold is limiting the extra classes...)

37. C (White and Asian- American parents responed...)

38. I ( Suicidal thoughts have appeared in...)

39. E (Aderhold's reform of the advanced mathematics program)

40. B (Aderhold appealed for parents' support in promoting...)

41. K (One Chinese-American parent thinks the competition...)

42. H (Immigrant parents believe that academic excellence... )

43. D (Many businessmen and professionals have moved to...)

44. A (A number of students in Aderhold's school...)

45. G(The tension between Asian-American ...)


46-50 BACDA

51-55 CBADD

46. B Add to their sustained happiness.

47. A Earn more money.

48. C How long its positive effect lasts.

49. D Their communication with others improved.

50. A Find financial support.

51. C They all experienced terrible misfortunes.

52. B The utmost comfort passengers could enjoy.

53. A It was a mere piece of decoration.

54. D The belief that they could never sink with a double-layer body.

55. D She was retired after her naval service.







  1. A. It is a Spanish soup

  2. C. To make it thicker.

  3. B. It is mainly made of vegetables.

  4. D. It comes from a special kind of pig.


  1. C. They do not make decent gifts.

  2. D. $30-$40

  3. A. They go well with different kinds of food.

  4. C. It is Italy’s most famous type of red wine.


  1. B. Decoding secret message.

  2. D. They helped the U.S. army in World War Two.

  3. A. A military code that was never broken.


  1. C. A lot of knowledge-intensive jobs will be replaced.

  2. D. In the personal care sector.

  3. B. They charge high prices.

  4. D. The tremendous changes new technology will bring to people’s lives.

Lecture 1

  1. C. it linked a stone pit to some waterways

  2. B. saws used for cutting stone

  3. A. to provide services for the stone pit.

Lecture 2

  1. B. Dr. Gong slipped in needles where he felt no pain

  2. D. previous medical treatments failed to relieve his pain

  3. C. more and more patients ask for the treatment

Lecture 3

  1. B. they quarreled a lot and never resolved their argument

  2. C. Neither of them has any sisters and brothers

  3. A. They tend to be self-assured and responsible

  4. D. they tend to be well adjusted



1. D) She is the owner of a special cafe.

2. A) They bear a lot of similarities.

3. A) By giving them regular cleaning and injections.

4. C) They love the animal in her cafe.


Conversation Two

5. D) It is mostly garbage.

6. B) TV commercials.

7. C) Trying to trick children into buying their products.

8. C) They seldom had junk food


Passage  One

9. C)Tombs of ancient rulers.

10. B) It’s hardly associated with great civilizations.

11. A ) It carries about one fifth of the world’s fresh water.


Passage  Two

12.B) We are always in a rush to do various things.

13. C) She was accustomed to tight schedules.

14. D) Reading a book about slowing down.

15. B) She came to enjoy everyday tasks.


Recording One

16. C) They pose a threat to the local ecosystem.

17. D) Their distinctions are artificial.

18. A) Only a few of them cause problems to native species.


Recording Two

19. A)Respect their traditional culture. 

20. C)  Drinking alcohol on certain days of a month.

21.D)  They have a break from 2:00 to 5:30.


Recording Three

22. D) He had the company’s bedroom extensively renovated.

23. B) Its articles should be short and inspiring.

24 D) He treated the employees like members of his family.

25 C) Several hundred of its employees got fired.




26-30 KCMEH

31-35 ANIFL

26. K reputed

27. C characters

28. M supposed

29. E fierce

30. H obsessed

31. A campaign

32. N traditional

33. I proclamation

34. F inspired

35. L rest


36-40 CHAKE

41-45 IGBFD

36. C There are a couple of plants tough and adaptable enough...

37. H Farrant is trying to isolate genes in resurrection plants...

38. A Farmers in South Africa are more at the mercy of nature...

39. K Resurrection crops are most likely to be the choice of...

40. E Even though many plants have developed various tactics...

41. I Despite consumer resistance, researchers are pushing ahead...

42. G Most seeds can pull through dry spells and begin growing...

43. B Farrant is working hard to cultivate food crops that can...

44. F By adjusting their metabolism,resurrection plants can...

45. D Resurrection plants can come back to life in a short...


46-50 CCDAB

51-55 BACCD


46. C store an unlimited number of human faces.

47. C To understand computers' problems with facial-recognition software.

48. D It decreases as the database size increases.

49. A They cannot easily tell apart people with near-identical appearances.

50. B There do not exist public databases with sufficient face samples.


51. B They are acting in an irrational way.

52. A impractical

53. C Choose majors that will serve society's practical needs.

54. C It is well reflected in their average starting salary.

55. D College students should fund their own education.



26-30 KMALF

31-35 DIJEO

26. K puzzled

27. M removed

28. A chronicles

29. L remnants

30. F maximum

31. D fascinates

32. I perfect

33. J precision

34. E hypothesis

35. O slightly


36-40 HCLJG

41-45 AIFKD

36. H It is thought probable that the human brain is particularly good at...

37. C It can be concluded from experiments that the presence of peers...

38. L Students should be told that risk-taking in the classroom can be...

39. J The urge of finding a mate and getting married accounts for...

40. G According to Steinberg,the presence of peers increases the speed...

41. A Teenagers' parents are often concerned about negative peer...

42. I Activating the brain's social network involved in socially motivated...

43. F The presence of peers intensifies the feeling of rewards...

44. K When we absorb information for the purpose of imparting...

45. D Some experts are suggesting that we turn peer influence to...


46-50 DDCBA

51-55 ADCBD

46. D Rice farmers in the Ebro Delta are experiencing as hard a time as In the war.

47. D Using one evil to combat other.

48. C Its immediate priority is to bring the pest under control.

49. B It will invade other rice-growing regions of Europe.

50. A Cultivating ideal salt-resistant rice varieties.

51. A It was a painstaking effort for recording life's major events.

52. D whether it prevented people enjoying what they were doing.

53. C They are more absorbed in what catches their eye.

54. B They focus more on the exhibits when taking pictures.

55. D Even the very thought of taking a photo can have a positive effect.



26-30 DANLF

31-35 ECBJO

26. D enabling

27. A amassed

28. N terrified

29. L smart

30. F exaggerated

31. E eventually

32. C emotional

33. B casual

34. J precious

35. O venture


36-40 JGCKB

41-45 HNAEI

36. J Modest institutions can also have successful graduates...

37. G The money the author made in high school helped pay for...

38. C The author came to see how costly college education could be...

39. K A recent study found that a graduate's salary is determined by their...

40. B The author cannot recall for sure what made certain top universities...

41. H None of the author's job interviewers cared which college...

42. N The author thinks she did the right thing in choosing...

43. A In order to be admitted to a prestigious university...

44. E The author liked her university which was not prestigious...

45. I Colleges are reluctant to admit that graduates today...


46-50 ADBDC

51-55 DCBDB


46. A It is based on questionable statistics.

47. D It is a more comprehensive measure of people's economic well-being.

48. B It neglected many important indicators of people's welfare.

49. D It can compare a country's economic conditions between different periods of time.

50. C It has not improved as much as reported by the Census Bureau.


51. D They show considerable differences in their decision-making abilities.

52. C Decision fatigue may prevent people making wise decisions.

53. B When they help others to make decisions.

54. D They refrain from trying anything new.

55. B It is likely to entail serious consequences.






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