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【题型:填空】【100分】

[1] The outbreak of swine flu that was first deteccted in Mexico was declared a global epidemic on june 11,2009. It

cpidemic__1__by the World Health Organization in41years.

The heightened alert __2__an emergency meeting with flu experts in Geneva that assembled after a sharp pise i Australia.and rising __3__in Britain ,japan,Chile and elsewhere.

Bur the epiemic is “__4__”in severity. According to Margaret Chan. The organization’s director general,__5 majorty of patients experiencing only mild symptoms and full recovery. Often in the__6__of any medical treatm The ourbreak came to gobal__7__in lafe April2009.when Mexican authorities noted an unusually latge number and deaths__8__ healthy adults. As much ofMexico City Shut down at the height of a panic,cases began to__9__ southwestem United States and atound the world.

In the United States, new cases seemed to fade__10__warmer weather arrived.But in late September 2009,offic was__11__flu activity in almost every state and that virtually all the__12__tested are the new swine flu. Also kn seasonal flu.In the U.S.,It has__13__more than one million people,and caused mone than 600 deaths and more hospitalizations.

Federal health officials ___14___ Tamiflu for children from the national stockpile and began __15__ orders fro new swine flu vaccine.The new vaccine,which is different from the annual flu vaccine,is feasible ahead of expe three million doses were to be made available in early October 2009,though most of those prevalent doses were spray type,which is not recommended for pregnant women,people over 50 or those with breathing difficulties,he other issues But it was still possible to vaccinate people in other high-risk groups;health care workers,people w healthy young people.

1.[A]criticized[B]appointed[C]commented[D]designated

2.[A]proceeded[B]activated[C]followed[D]prompted

3.[A]digits [B]numbers [C]amounts [D]sums

4.[A]Moderatre [B]normal [C]unusual [D]extreme

5.[A]With [B]in [C]from [D]by

6.[A]Progress [B]absence [C]presence [D]favor

7.[A]Reality [B]phenomenon [C]cincept [D]notice

8.[A]Over [B]for [C]among [D]to

9.[A]stay up [B]crop up [C]fill up [D]cover up

10.[A]as [B]if [C]unless [D]until

11.[A]excessive [B]enormous [C]significant [D]magnificent

12.[A]categories [B]examples [C]patterns [D]samples

13.[A]imparted [B]immersed [C]injected [D]infected

14.[A]released [B]relayed [C]relieved[D]remained

15.[A]placing [B]delivering [C]taking [D]giving

得分:100分

答: 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.B 5.C 6.B 7.D 8.?A 9.C 10.D11.C12.A13.A14.D15.B

【题型:填空】【100分】

[2]

Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle viewed laughter as “a bodily exercise precious to health.” But __1__ contrary, laughing probably has little influence on physical fitness Laughter does __2___short-term cha of the heart and its blood vessels, ___3_ heart rate and oxygen consumption But because hard laughter

a good laugh is unlikely to have __5___ benefits the way, say, walking or jogging does.

__6__, instead of straining muscles to build them, as exercise does, laughter apparently accomplishes dating back to the 1930’s indicate that laughter__8___ muscles, decreasing muscle tone for up to 45 min dies down.

Such bodily reaction might conceivably help _9__the effects of psychological stress. Anyway, the act of does produce other types of ___10___ feedback, that improve an individual’s emotional state. __11____ of emotion, our feelings are partially rooted ____12___ physical reactions. It was argued at the end of t humans do not cry ___13___they are sad but they become sad when the tears begin to flow.

Although sadness also ____14___ tears, evidence suggests that emotions can flow __15___ muscular experiment published in 1988,social psychologist Fritz Strack of the University of würzburg in Germany pick a pen either with their teeth-thereby creating an artificial smile – or with their lips, which would p disappointed expression. Those forced to exercise their smiling muscles reacted more exuberantly to fun those whose mouths were contracted in a frown, mentioning that expressions may influence emotions other way around Similarly , the physical act of laughter could improve mood.

1.[A]among [B]except [C]despite [D]like

2.[A]reflect [B]demand [C]indicate [D]produce

3.[A]stabilizing [B]boosting [C]impairing [D]determining

4.[A]transmit [B]sustain [C]evaluate [D]observe

5.[A]measurable [B]manageable [C]affordable [D]renewable

6.[A]In turn [B]In fact [C]In addition [D]In brief

7.[A]opposite [B]impossible [C]average [D]expected

8.[A]hardens [B]weakens [C]tightens [D]relaxes

9.[A]aggravate [B]generate [C]moderate [D]enhance

10.[A]physical [B]mental [C]subconscious [D]internal

11.[A]Except for [B]According to [C]Due to [D]As for

12.[A]with [B]on [C]in [D]at

13.[A]unless [B]until [C]if [D]because

14.[A]exhausts [B]follows [C]precedes [D]suppresses

15.[A]into [B]from [C]towards [D]beyond

得分:100分

答: 1.C 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.C 6.A 7.B 8.B 9.D 10.A11.C12.A13.D14.B15.A

【题型:填空】【100分】

[3] Research on animal intelligence always makes me wonder just how smart humans are. 1 the fruit-fly experimen

Zimmer’s piece in the Science Times on Tu esday. Fruit flies who were taught to be smarter than the average fr er lives. This suggests that 3 bulbs burn longer, that there is an 4 in not being too terrifically bright.

Intelligence, it 5 out, is a high-priced option. It takes more upkeep, burns more fuel and is slow 6 the starting ends on learning —a gradual 7 —instead of instinct. Plenty of other species are able to learn, and one of th arently learned is when to 8 .

Is there an adaptive value to 9 intelligence? That’s the question behind this new research. I like it. Instead of c ce 10 at all the species we’ve left in the dust I.Q.-wise, it implicitly asks what the real 11 of our own intellige

12 the mind of every animal I’ve ever met.

Research on animal intelligence also makes me wonder what experiments animals would 13 on humans if they ery cat with an owner, 14 , is running a small-scale study in operant conditioning. we believe that 15 animals uld test us to determine the limits of our patience, our faithfulness, our memory for terrain. They would try to de

e in humans is really for , not merely how much o

f it there is. Above all , they would hope to study a fundam

umans actually aware of the world they live in? So far the results are inconclusive.

1. [A] Suppose [B] Consider [C] Observe [D] Imagine

2. [A] tended [B] feared [C] happened [D] threatened

1 [A] thinner [B] stabler [C] lighter [D] dimmer

2 [A] tendency [B] advantage [C] inclination [D] priority

3 [A] insists on [B] sums up [C] turns out [D] puts forward

6. [A] off [B] behind [C] over [D] along

7. [A] incredible [B] spontaneous [C]inevitable [D] gradual

8. [A] fight [B] doubt [C] stop [D] think

9. [A] invisible [B] limited [C] indefinite [D] different

10. [A] upward [B] forward [C] afterward [D] backward

11. [A] features [B] influences [C] results [D] costs

12. [A] outside [B] on [C] by [D] across

13. [A] deliver [B] carry [C] perform [D] apply

12 [A] by chance [B] in contrast [C] as usual [D] for instance

13 [A] if [B] unless [C] as [D] lest

得分:100分

答: 1.B 2A 3.D 4.B 5.C 6.A 7.?D 8.C 9.B 10.D11.D12.B13.C14.D15.A

【题型:填空】【100分】

[4] The idea that some groups of people may be more intelligent than others is one of those hyp

not speak its name. But Gregory Cochran is 1 to say it anyway. He is that 2 bird, a scientis independently 3 any institution. He helped popularize the idea that some diseases not 6. tho bacterial cause were actually infections, which aroused much controversy when it was first su

5 he, however, might tremble at the

6 of what he is about to do. Together with another two

publishing a paper which not only 9. that one group of humanity is more intelligent than the ot the process that has brought this about. The group in 8 are a particular people originated fro The process is natural selection.

This group generally do well in IQ test, 9 12-15 points above the 10 value of 100, and have c the intellectual and cultural life of the West, as the 12 of their elites, including several world scientists,13 hey also suffer more often than most people from a number of nasty genetic dis breast cancer. These facts, 14 ave previously been thought unrelated. The former has been 1 such as a strong tradition of valuing ucation. The latter was seen as a (an) consequence gen Cochran suggests that the intelligence and diseases are intimately linked is argument is tha

history of these people has subjected em to unique evolutionary pressures that have resulted this paradoxical ate of affairs.

1. [A] selected [B] prepared [C] obliged [D] pleased

2. [A] unique [B] particular [C] special [D] rare

3. [A] of [B] with [C] in [D] against

4. [A] subsequently [B] presently [C] previously [D] lately

5. [A] Only [B] So [C] Even [D] Hence

6. [A] thought [B] sight [C] cost [D] risk

7. [A] advises [B] suggests [C] protests [D] objects

8. [A] progress [B] fact [C] need [D] question

9. [A] attaining [B] scoring [C] reaching [D] calculating

10. [A] normal [B] common [C] mean [D] total

11. [A] unconsciously [B] disproportionately

[C] indefinitely [D] unaccountably

12. [A] missions [B] fortunes [C] interests [D] careers

13. [A] affirm [B] witness [C] observe [D] approve

14. [A] moreover [B] therefore [C] however [D] meanwhile

15. [A] given up [B] got over [C] carried on [D] put down

得分:100分

答:答案:1.B2.D3.A4.C5.C6.A7.B8.D9.B10.C11.B12.D13.A14.C15.D

【题型:填空】【100分】

[5] By 1830 the former Spanish and Portuguese colonies had become independent nations. The

of 1 these nations looked 2 to the future. Born in the crisis of the old regime and Iberian Coloni leaders of independence 3 the ideals of representative government, careers 4 to talent, freedom trade, the 5 to private property, and a belief in the individual as the basis of society. 6 there was a nations should be sovereign and independent states, large enough to be economically viable and in of laws.

On the issue of 8 of religion and the position of the church,9 there was less agreement 10 the Catholicism had been the state religion and the only one 11 by the Spanish crown. 12 most leaders Catholicism 13 the official religion of the new states, some sought to end the 14 of other faiths.

Church became a rallying 15 for the conservative forces.

The ideals of the early leaders of independence were often egalitarian, valuing equality of e had received aid from Haitiand had promised in return to abolish slavery in the areas he liberated. B been abolished everywhere except Spain’s former colonies. Early promises to end Indian tribute a of mixed origin came much tougher because the new nations still needed the revenue such po Egalitarian sentiments were often tempered by fears that the mass of the population was unprepar democracy.

1. [A] natives [B] inhabitants [C] peoples [D] individuals

2. [A] confusedly [B] cheerfully [C] worriedly [D] hopefully

3. [A] shared [B] forgot [C] attained [D] rejected

4. [A] related [B] close [C] open [D] devoted

5. [A] access [B] succession [C] right [D] return

6. [A] Presumably [B] Incidentally [C] Obviously [D] Generally

7. [A] unique [B] common [C] particular [D] typical

8. [A] freedom [B] origin [C] impact [D] reform

9. [A] therefore [B] however [C] indeed [D] moreover

10. [A] with [B] about [C] among [D] by

11. [A] allowed [B] preached [C] granted [D] funded

12. [A] Since [B] If [C] Unless [D] While

13. [A] as [B] for [C] under [D] against

14. [A] spread [B] interference [C] exclusion [D] influence

15. [A] support [B] cry [C] plea [D] wish

得分:100分

答:答案:1.B 2.D 3.C 4.A 5.C 6.D 7.C 8.C 9.B 10.C11.C12.D13.A14.D15.C