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  • 1. Charles can't go to work today because he _____ a cold.
    •    A.  has
    •    B.  feels
    •    C.  takes
    •    D.  thinks
  • 2. Because the whole country is in a financial dilemma, the government calls on us to _____ economy.
    •    A.  make
    •    B.  practice
    •    C.  carry
    •    D.  develop
  • 3. Before he started the work, I asked the builder to give me an _____ of the cost of repairing the roof.
    •    A.  assessment
    •    B.  estimate
    •    C.  announcement
    •    D.  evaluation
  • 4. By moving the radar beam around slowly in circles, we can _____ the surroundings.
    •    A.  explore
    •    B.  expose
    •    C.  exploit
    •    D.  expand
  • 5. Changing from solid to liquid, water takes in heat from all substances near it, and this ______ produces artificial cold surrounding it.
    •    A.  absorption
    •    B.  transition
    •    C.  consumption
    •    D.  interaction
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  • 6. As teachers, we should concern ourselves with what is said, not what we think _____.
    •    A.  ought to be said
    •    B.  must say
    •    C.  have to be said
    •    D.  need to say
  • 7. Careful surveys have indicated that as many as 50 percent of patients do not take drugs ______ directed.
    •    A.  like
    •    B.  so
    •    C.  which
    •    D.  as
  • 8. Beside being expensive, the food tastes _____.
    •    A.  badly
    •    B.  too much bad
    •    C.  too badly
    •    D.  bad
  • 9. At no time _____ other countries.
    •    A.  China will invade
    •    B.  will invade China
    •    C.  will China invade
    •    D.  invade will China
  • 10. Cancer is second only _____ heart disease as a cause of death.
    •    A.  of
    •    B.  to
    •    C.  with
    •    D.  from
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  • An ancient Egyptian mummy thought to be that of Pharaoh Ramses 1 has returned home after more than 140 years in North American museums. The body was carried off the plane in Cairo in a box draped in Egypt‘s flag.

    The Michael Carlos Museum gave it back after tests showed it was probably that of the man who ruled 3000 years ago. The US museum acquired it three years ago from a Canadian museum, which in turn is thought to have bought it from Egyptian grave robbers in 1860. The mummy was welcomed back home with songs and military band music during a ceremony at the national museum in Cairo.

    Zahi Hawass, head of Egypt‘s Supreme Council of Antiquities, traveled from the US with the body and said it would be moved next year to the Luxor Museum in southern Egypt. ―We are not 100% sure that the mummy is that of Ramses I, said Mr. Hawass. ―But we are 100%sure that it is of a king.

    Atlanta‘s Michael Carlos Museum acquired the mummy in 1999, but offered to return it after hi-tech scanning equipment indicated it was likely to be that of Ramsea1. The museum website said it had been acquired from the Niagara Falls Museum. It is thought a Canadian collector bought the mummy for the Niagara Falls Museum around 1860 from an Egyptian family which had stumbled on a tomb filled with royal mummies at a site near Luxor.

    Mr. Hawass praised the handover as ― a great, civilised gesture‖. And he appealed to other world museums to return Egypt‘s antiquities, particularly the Rosetta Stone in the British Museum and the Bust of Nefertiti in the Berlin Museum.
    11. Just before the handover, Ramses mummy was kept in ______.
    •    A.  the Luxor Museum
    •    B.  the Michael Carlos Museum
    •    C.  the Niagara Falls Museum
    •    D.  a Canadian museum
  • 12. Which is the correct order of the following according to the passage? a.The mummy returned home. b.The mummy was kept in the Niagara Falls Museum. c.Egyptian grave robber sold the mummy. d.The mummy was kept in the Michael Carlos Museum. e. A Canadian collector bought the mummy.
    •    A.  c e d b a
    •    B.  c b d e a
    •    C.  a e c b d
    •    D.  c e b d a
  • 13. The passage mainly tells us_____.
    •    A.  the history of Ramses mummy
    •    B.  the traveling of Ramses mummy to the Niagara Falls Museum
    •    C.  the returning of Ramses mummy to Egypt
    •    D.  the royal family of Ramses
  • 14. Which is true according to the passage?
    •    A.  All the Egypt‘s antiquities have returned home after the handover.
    •    B.  Niagara Falls Museum is an American museum.
    •    C.  Buying the mummy from the Egyptian family was a great, civilized gesture.
    •    D.  Ramses Mummy had been kept in Canada for more than a century.
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  • 15. 
    •    A.  Send Professor Smith a letter.
    •    B.  Apply to three graduate schools.
    •    C.  Present a new letter of reference.
    •    D.  Submit no more than three letters.
  • 16. 
    •    A.  He is a professional gardener in town.
    •    B.  He declines to join the gardening club.
    •    C.  He prefers to keep his gardening skills to himself.
    •    D.  He wishes to receive formal training in gardening.
  • 17. 
    •    A.  Many people do not appreciate modern art.
    •    B.  The recent sculpture exhibit was not well organised.
    •    C.  Modern art cannot express people’s true feelings.
    •    D.  Sculpture is not a typical form of modern art.
  • 18. 
    •    A.  Bob cannot count on her vote.
    •    B.  She will vote for another candidate.
    •    C.  Bob does not have much chance to win.
    •    D.  She knows the right person for the position.
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