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2018年北京大学英语考试考前冲刺卷(7)

2018年北京大学英语考试考前冲刺卷(7)

  • 本卷共分为1大题50小题,作答时间为180分钟,总分100分,60分及格。
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一、单项选择题(共50题,每题2分。每题的备选项中,只有一个最符合题意)

1.

{{B}}Passage Three{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Platform worker.
B.The command spot.
C.A computer.
D.A machine.

2.

{{B}}Passage Two{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.You just keep silent.
B.You can complain directly.
C.You can tell him directly.
D.You can leave as you like.

3.

{{B}}Passage One{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Its promise to offer services not available at other banks.
B.Its offer of free gifts to its customers.
C.Its description in detail of the services and facilities that the bank provides.
D.Its completely new attitude to banking.

4.

{{B}}Passage Three{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.To drive the train after it is started automatically.
B.To start the train and to drive it when necessary.
C.To take care of the passengers on the train.
D.To send commanding signals to the command spot.

5.

{{B}}Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Harvard, Princeton and Yale are not ranked as top ones.
B.Public schools do better than private ones.
C.A tiny school called Reed College becomes number one.
D.MIT comes before other Ivy League universities.

6.

A.She’s not sure how she had finished it so early.
B.She wasn’t able to manage the project well.
C.She’s not sure how to solve the mystery.
D.She didn’t think it was shocking.

7.

{{B}}Study Styles{{/B}}
You know whether you’re a morning person or a night owl. You know whether you’re a picky eater of a human garbage pail. But do you know if you learn better by reading or by hearing If you’ve survived school so far, you already have some sort of study routine for better or worse. We asked students all over the country for the lowdown on their methods of operations, and also collected some hard-won advice. See if you can recognize your own personal study method in the list below and learn how to study effectively.
{{B}}The Dreamer{{/B}}
You may say you’re studying. You may even look like you’re studying. But your mind is in the clouds. Your test performance seldom reflects those long hours you spent at your desk, almost studying. Kim, from Montreal, says:" When I get to the library, I end up sitting there and people-watching." Cindy, from Lafayette, Pennsylvania, says:" Personally, I tend to write everything down on flash cards so I can quiz myself later. Everyone else thinks that I’ll ace (成绩为A) the exam, but sometimes I find myself spending so much time writing down every little detail that I don’t have time to actually study." Warning: If you spend all day pretending studying, you’ll pay all night cramming for real. (What a waste of socializing time!) This year’s resolution: Stay on target by setting goals (Like four chapters by Wednesday) and asking your friends to test you. Also, tune in to your interests: If you find yourself drawing elaborate doodles in the margins when you’re supposed to be analyzing Shakespeare, take drawing classes and snap out of your day dream.
{{B}}The Grind{{/B}}
One look at your sock drawer, meticulously arranged in rainbow order, suggests control-freak tendencies. You never fail to do a fixed amount of studying each evening and your good grades show it. You cautiously plot a course to conquer an unruly assignment, and you rarely break your routine. Gretchen, from Chicago, describes her hard-core method:" I completely organize all of my notes. Then, before I do anything else, I plan out exactly how many hours I’m going to study and how long I am going to take breaks. In this way, I always stay on task. I read through my notes and then highlight the things I don’t know well, to commit them to memory." But she’s not done yet! "Then I read my assignments again and take notes and study these notes the same way I studied my class notes." Sarah, from Scarsdale, New York, also considers herself a worker bee. "I plan my work so that there’s something I have to do every night of the week. But when there’s a test, I’ll do all my assignments before trying to do an overview. Studying comes last because I’ll wait until the last minute to even try to concentrating on something with so little structure. "Warning: While your self-discipline will serve you well in college (or the military), you might want to add more inspiration to your perspiration. No amount of memorization, or color-coding your notebooks will help you write an original, opinionated essay and you’ll be writing plenty. This year’s resolution: Vary your routine and think about your own insights more. After reading an assignment, try closing your eyes and recalling what you found interesting before buckling (扣住) down with your impeccable (无瑕疵的) notes. And if you’ve got a half hour to spare in your study schedule, try something messy and creative, like writing a poem.
{{B}}The Social Studier{{/B}}
You’re the kind who learns out loud. You yak your way to enlightenment, so study buddies are a must. In school, you remember more from hearing the lectures than from doing the reading. Roberta, from Princeton, New Jersey, says:" I went to a study counselor to find out that I learn best by listening. It’s true: Until I hear something out loud, it’s not really real to me. When I’m studying and I don’t understand something in our textbook, I’ll call my friends to get the scoop." Amy, from East Lansing, Michigan, says : "Sometimes a bunch of us go to the library after school. It’s a lot more fun in a group, and when it’s fun, it helps me stay on track. If I’m too bored, chances are I won’t learn anything. "Warning: Set ground rules for your study party so you don’t use your friends as excuses not to study. Limit your group to friends who know this is more than a chat fest. (Your slacker pals will be more fun to party with post-exam than to struggle with pretest. )
{{B}}The Crammer{{/B}}
You slack off for weeks, until the night before the exam. Then you still find reasons to dawdle(游手好闲): Gotta brew a pot of coffee, and---wait! Your favorite mug is missing! Finally the adrenaline starts pumping. Time to study triple-time. When you’re startled awake at 4 a.m. with textbook crease (皱折) marks on your face, you resolve to do it differently next time. But next ti

A.They have all color of socks in the sock drawer.
B.They never fail to do a certain amount of study every evening.
C.They write down everything the teacher says in the class.
D.They don’t even take a break on the weekends.

8.

{{B}}Passage Two{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Friendly and willing to share friends.
B.Superficially friendly and open.
C.Friendly and relaxing.
D.Often inviting you to their home.

9.

{{B}}Passage Three{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.There is danger of accidents on the line.
B.There is no danger of accidents on the line.
C.Their speeds will be automatically fixed by the computers.
D.One train will keep a safe distance from the other trains.

10.

{{B}}Passage One{{/B}}
{{B}}Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Banks should introduce higher rates for savings to attract customers.
B.People of all ages are eager to receive something for nothing.
C.TV advertisements are more effective than advertisements in newspapers and journals.
D.To advertise for a bank is quite a tough job.

11.

{{B}}Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.{{/B}}

A.Harvard.
B.Princeton.
C.Stanford.
D.Pepperdine.

12.

{{B}}Study Styles{{/B}}
You know whether you’re a morning person or a night owl. You know whether you’re a picky eater of a human garbage pail. But do you know if you learn better by reading or by hearing If you’ve survived school so far, you already have some sort of study routine for better or worse. We asked students all over the country for the lowdown on their methods of operations, and also collected some hard-won advice. See if you can recognize your own personal study method in the list below and learn how to study effectively.
{{B}}The Dreamer{{/B}}
You may say you’re studying. You may even look like you’re studying. But your mind is in the clouds. Your test performance seldom reflects those long hours you spent at your desk, almost studying. Kim, from Montreal, says:" When I get to the library, I end up sitting there and people-watching." Cindy, from Lafayette, Pennsylvania, says:" Personally, I tend to write everything down on flash cards so I can quiz myself later. Everyone else thinks that I’ll ace (成绩为A) the exam, but sometimes I find myself spending so much time writing down every little detail that I don’t have time to actually study." Warning: If you spend all day pretending studying, you’ll pay all night cramming for real. (What a waste of socializing time!) This year’s resolution: Stay on target by setting goals (Like four chapters by Wednesday) and asking your friends to test you. Also, tune in to your interests: If you find yourself drawing elaborate doodles in the margins when you’re supposed to be analyzing Shakespeare, take drawing classes and snap out of your day dream.
{{B}}The Grind{{/B}}
One look at your sock drawer, meticulously arranged in rainbow order, suggests control-freak tendencies. You never fail to do a fixed amount of studying each evening and your good grades show it. You cautiously plot a course to conquer an unruly assignment, and you rarely break your routine. Gretchen, from Chicago, describes her hard-core method:" I completely organize all of my notes. Then, before I do anything else, I plan out exactly how many hours I’m going to study and how long I am going to take breaks. In this way, I always stay on task. I read through my notes and then highlight the things I don’t know well, to commit them to memory." But she’s not done yet! "Then I read my assignments again and take notes and study these notes the same way I studied my class notes." Sarah, from Scarsdale, New York, also considers herself a worker bee. "I plan my work so that there’s something I have to do every night of the week. But when there’s a test, I’ll do all my assignments before trying to do an overview. Studying comes last because I’ll wait until the last minute to even try to concentrating on something with so little structure. "Warning: While your self-discipline will serve you well in college (or the military), you might want to add more inspiration to your perspiration. No amount of memorization, or color-coding your notebooks will help you write an original, opinionated essay and you’ll be writing plenty. This year’s resolution: Vary your routine and think about your own insights more. After reading an assignment, try closing your eyes and recalling what you found interesting before buckling (扣住) down with your impeccable (无瑕疵的) notes. And if you’ve got a half hour to spare in your study schedule, try something messy and creative, like writing a poem.
{{B}}The Social Studier{{/B}}
You’re the kind who learns out loud. You yak your way to enlightenment, so study buddies are a must. In school, you remember more from hearing the lectures than from doing the reading. Roberta, from Princeton, New Jersey, says:" I went to a study counselor to find out that I learn best by listening. It’s true: Until I hear something out loud, it’s not really real to me. When I’m studying and I don’t understand something in our textbook, I’ll call my friends to get the scoop." Amy, from East Lansing, Michigan, says : "Sometimes a bunch of us go to the library after school. It’s a lot more fun in a group, and when it’s fun, it helps me stay on track. If I’m too bored, chances are I won’t learn anything. "Warning: Set ground rules for your study party so you don’t use your friends as excuses not to study. Limit your group to friends who know this is more than a chat fest. (Your slacker pals will be more fun to party with post-exam than to struggle with pretest. )
{{B}}The Crammer{{/B}}
You slack off for weeks, until the night before the exam. Then you still find reasons to dawdle(游手好闲): Gotta brew a pot of coffee, and---wait! Your favorite mug is missing! Finally the adrenaline starts pumping. Time to study triple-time. When you’re startled awake at 4 a.m. with textbook crease (皱折) marks on your face, you resolve to do it differently next time. But next ti

A.Self-discipline.
B.Good memory.
C.Original opinions.
D.Writing practice.

13.

A.Ask for others to solve the problem.
B.Approach the problem in a logical fashion.
C.Take some pills and then rest a bit.
D.Try using addition first.

14.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.stopped
B.prevented
C.infected
D.cured

15.

{{B}}Study Styles{{/B}}
You know whether you’re a morning person or a night owl. You know whether you’re a picky eater of a human garbage pail. But do you know if you learn better by reading or by hearing If you’ve survived school so far, you already have some sort of study routine for better or worse. We asked students all over the country for the lowdown on their methods of operations, and also collected some hard-won advice. See if you can recognize your own personal study method in the list below and learn how to study effectively.
{{B}}The Dreamer{{/B}}
You may say you’re studying. You may even look like you’re studying. But your mind is in the clouds. Your test performance seldom reflects those long hours you spent at your desk, almost studying. Kim, from Montreal, says:" When I get to the library, I end up sitting there and people-watching." Cindy, from Lafayette, Pennsylvania, says:" Personally, I tend to write everything down on flash cards so I can quiz myself later. Everyone else thinks that I’ll ace (成绩为A) the exam, but sometimes I find myself spending so much time writing down every little detail that I don’t have time to actually study." Warning: If you spend all day pretending studying, you’ll pay all night cramming for real. (What a waste of socializing time!) This year’s resolution: Stay on target by setting goals (Like four chapters by Wednesday) and asking your friends to test you. Also, tune in to your interests: If you find yourself drawing elaborate doodles in the margins when you’re supposed to be analyzing Shakespeare, take drawing classes and snap out of your day dream.
{{B}}The Grind{{/B}}
One look at your sock drawer, meticulously arranged in rainbow order, suggests control-freak tendencies. You never fail to do a fixed amount of studying each evening and your good grades show it. You cautiously plot a course to conquer an unruly assignment, and you rarely break your routine. Gretchen, from Chicago, describes her hard-core method:" I completely organize all of my notes. Then, before I do anything else, I plan out exactly how many hours I’m going to study and how long I am going to take breaks. In this way, I always stay on task. I read through my notes and then highlight the things I don’t know well, to commit them to memory." But she’s not done yet! "Then I read my assignments again and take notes and study these notes the same way I studied my class notes." Sarah, from Scarsdale, New York, also considers herself a worker bee. "I plan my work so that there’s something I have to do every night of the week. But when there’s a test, I’ll do all my assignments before trying to do an overview. Studying comes last because I’ll wait until the last minute to even try to concentrating on something with so little structure. "Warning: While your self-discipline will serve you well in college (or the military), you might want to add more inspiration to your perspiration. No amount of memorization, or color-coding your notebooks will help you write an original, opinionated essay and you’ll be writing plenty. This year’s resolution: Vary your routine and think about your own insights more. After reading an assignment, try closing your eyes and recalling what you found interesting before buckling (扣住) down with your impeccable (无瑕疵的) notes. And if you’ve got a half hour to spare in your study schedule, try something messy and creative, like writing a poem.
{{B}}The Social Studier{{/B}}
You’re the kind who learns out loud. You yak your way to enlightenment, so study buddies are a must. In school, you remember more from hearing the lectures than from doing the reading. Roberta, from Princeton, New Jersey, says:" I went to a study counselor to find out that I learn best by listening. It’s true: Until I hear something out loud, it’s not really real to me. When I’m studying and I don’t understand something in our textbook, I’ll call my friends to get the scoop." Amy, from East Lansing, Michigan, says : "Sometimes a bunch of us go to the library after school. It’s a lot more fun in a group, and when it’s fun, it helps me stay on track. If I’m too bored, chances are I won’t learn anything. "Warning: Set ground rules for your study party so you don’t use your friends as excuses not to study. Limit your group to friends who know this is more than a chat fest. (Your slacker pals will be more fun to party with post-exam than to struggle with pretest. )
{{B}}The Crammer{{/B}}
You slack off for weeks, until the night before the exam. Then you still find reasons to dawdle(游手好闲): Gotta brew a pot of coffee, and---wait! Your favorite mug is missing! Finally the adrenaline starts pumping. Time to study triple-time. When you’re startled awake at 4 a.m. with textbook crease (皱折) marks on your face, you resolve to do it differently next time. But next ti

A.Having a party.
B.Reading silently.
C.Copying each other’s notes.
D.Chatting casually.

16.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.constructed
B.based
C.found
D.depended

17.

A.The camera didn’t work.
B.He have no money to buy the film.
C.The film hasn’t been processed yet.
D.He didn’t have enough film.

18.

{{B}}Study Styles{{/B}}
You know whether you’re a morning person or a night owl. You know whether you’re a picky eater of a human garbage pail. But do you know if you learn better by reading or by hearing If you’ve survived school so far, you already have some sort of study routine for better or worse. We asked students all over the country for the lowdown on their methods of operations, and also collected some hard-won advice. See if you can recognize your own personal study method in the list below and learn how to study effectively.
{{B}}The Dreamer{{/B}}
You may say you’re studying. You may even look like you’re studying. But your mind is in the clouds. Your test performance seldom reflects those long hours you spent at your desk, almost studying. Kim, from Montreal, says:" When I get to the library, I end up sitting there and people-watching." Cindy, from Lafayette, Pennsylvania, says:" Personally, I tend to write everything down on flash cards so I can quiz myself later. Everyone else thinks that I’ll ace (成绩为A) the exam, but sometimes I find myself spending so much time writing down every little detail that I don’t have time to actually study." Warning: If you spend all day pretending studying, you’ll pay all night cramming for real. (What a waste of socializing time!) This year’s resolution: Stay on target by setting goals (Like four chapters by Wednesday) and asking your friends to test you. Also, tune in to your interests: If you find yourself drawing elaborate doodles in the margins when you’re supposed to be analyzing Shakespeare, take drawing classes and snap out of your day dream.
{{B}}The Grind{{/B}}
One look at your sock drawer, meticulously arranged in rainbow order, suggests control-freak tendencies. You never fail to do a fixed amount of studying each evening and your good grades show it. You cautiously plot a course to conquer an unruly assignment, and you rarely break your routine. Gretchen, from Chicago, describes her hard-core method:" I completely organize all of my notes. Then, before I do anything else, I plan out exactly how many hours I’m going to study and how long I am going to take breaks. In this way, I always stay on task. I read through my notes and then highlight the things I don’t know well, to commit them to memory." But she’s not done yet! "Then I read my assignments again and take notes and study these notes the same way I studied my class notes." Sarah, from Scarsdale, New York, also considers herself a worker bee. "I plan my work so that there’s something I have to do every night of the week. But when there’s a test, I’ll do all my assignments before trying to do an overview. Studying comes last because I’ll wait until the last minute to even try to concentrating on something with so little structure. "Warning: While your self-discipline will serve you well in college (or the military), you might want to add more inspiration to your perspiration. No amount of memorization, or color-coding your notebooks will help you write an original, opinionated essay and you’ll be writing plenty. This year’s resolution: Vary your routine and think about your own insights more. After reading an assignment, try closing your eyes and recalling what you found interesting before buckling (扣住) down with your impeccable (无瑕疵的) notes. And if you’ve got a half hour to spare in your study schedule, try something messy and creative, like writing a poem.
{{B}}The Social Studier{{/B}}
You’re the kind who learns out loud. You yak your way to enlightenment, so study buddies are a must. In school, you remember more from hearing the lectures than from doing the reading. Roberta, from Princeton, New Jersey, says:" I went to a study counselor to find out that I learn best by listening. It’s true: Until I hear something out loud, it’s not really real to me. When I’m studying and I don’t understand something in our textbook, I’ll call my friends to get the scoop." Amy, from East Lansing, Michigan, says : "Sometimes a bunch of us go to the library after school. It’s a lot more fun in a group, and when it’s fun, it helps me stay on track. If I’m too bored, chances are I won’t learn anything. "Warning: Set ground rules for your study party so you don’t use your friends as excuses not to study. Limit your group to friends who know this is more than a chat fest. (Your slacker pals will be more fun to party with post-exam than to struggle with pretest. )
{{B}}The Crammer{{/B}}
You slack off for weeks, until the night before the exam. Then you still find reasons to dawdle(游手好闲): Gotta brew a pot of coffee, and---wait! Your favorite mug is missing! Finally the adrenaline starts pumping. Time to study triple-time. When you’re startled awake at 4 a.m. with textbook crease (皱折) marks on your face, you resolve to do it differently next time. But next ti

A.Cindy, from Lafayette, Pennsylvania.
B.Sarah, from Scarsdale, New York.
C.Roberta, from Princeton, New Jersey.
D.Christina, from Cambridge, Massachusetts.

19.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.disappeared
B.vanished
C.restricted
D.flourished

20.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.relate
B.connect
C.damage
D.concern

21.

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A.thus
B.therefore
C.otherwise
D.so

22.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.whatever
B.whenever
C.however
D.wherever

23.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.completely
B.partially
C.continuously
D.uncomfortably

24.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.fact
B.aspect
C.viewpoint
D.fashion

25.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.where
B.although
C.when
D.somehow

26.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.food
B.medicine
C.health
D.people

27.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.enforced
B.requested
C.pressured
D.rushed

28.

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A.disgusted
B.accepted
C.organized
D.moved

29.

The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one. An estimated 90 percent of all illness may be {{U}} (62) {{/U}} if individuals would make sound personal health choices {{U}} (63) {{/U}} upon current medical knowledge. We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it {{U}} (64) {{/U}} when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society. The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our personal decisions that may {{U}} (65) {{/U}} our health. If we {{U}} (66) {{/U}} desire, we can smoke, drink excessively, refuse to wear seat belts, eat {{U}} (67) {{/U}} foods we want, and live a {{U}} (68) {{/U}} sedentary (久坐的) lifestyle without any exercise. The freedom to make such personal decisions is the fundamental {{U}} (69) {{/U}} of our society, {{U}} (70) {{/U}} the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned. Personal choices relative to {{U}} (71) {{/U}} often cause a difficulty. As one example, a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be {{U}} (72) {{/U}} by friends into believing it is a socially {{U}} (73) {{/U}} thing to do. A {{U}} (74) {{/U}} of factors, both inherited and environmental, influence the development of health-related behaviors, and it is {{U}} (75) {{/U}} the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any {{U}} (76) {{/U}} individual. However, the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is {{U}} (77) {{/U}} one of personal choices. There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices. Experts suggest that to knowingly give {{U}} (78) {{/U}} over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of {{U}} (79) {{/U}} life is similar to attempting suicide. {{U}} (80) {{/U}} , personal health choices should {{U}} (81) {{/U}} those behaviors that are associated with a statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.

A.dozen
B.deal
C.quantity
D.multitude

30.

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A.beyond
B.for
C.within
D.by

31.

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A.provided
B.given
C.managed
D.organized

32.

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A.seldom
B.rarely
C.usually
D.hardly

33.

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A.themselves
B.himself
C.someone
D.oneself

34.

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A.shortening
B.lengthening
C.leasing
D.living

35.

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A.Thus
B.However
C.Unless
D.Though

36.

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A.reward
B.ruin
C.reflect
D.revenge

37.The oldest part of British Parliament is

A. the House of Lords.
B. the House of Commons.
C. the Shadow of Cabinet.



D. the Chamber.

39.The national newspapers can be divided into ______ and national Sundays.

A. national dailies
B. national weeklies
C. national monthlies



D. national Saturdays

40.The President during the American Civil War was

A. Andrew Jackson.



B. Abraham Lincoln.
C. Thomas Jefferson.



D. George Washington.

41.The Ring and the Book is a masterpiece of

A. Alfred Tennyson.



B. Robert Browning.
C. Thomas Hardy.
D. Ralph Waldo Emerson.

42.Matthew Arnold is the writer of

A. Dover Beach.



B. My last Duchess.
C. Break. Break, Break.


D. The Eagle.

43.The writer of heart of Darkness is also the one of

A. Time of Machine.



B. Jim.
C. Lord Jim.
D. A Passage to India.

46.Which of the following is the oldest national Sunday newspaper in Britain

A. The Times.



B. The Guardian.
C. The Observer.


D. The Financial Times.

47.The Romantic Period in American Literary history started with the publication of

A. Washington Irving’s The Sketch Book.
B. Washington Irving’s Tales of a Traveler.
C. Whitman’s Leaves of Grass.
D. James Fenimore Cooper’s Leather Stocking Tales.

50.In American history, Gilded Age is the years

A. between the start of the 19th century and the end of the 19th century.
B. between the Civil War and the start of the 20th century.
C. from 1929 to 1933.
D. from 1950 to 1975.

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