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NHCE3U3

    Part 1 Fill in the Blanks (with the initial letters provided)

    (每小题!1 )

    Directions: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with the help of the first letter(s). Use only ONE word to fill in each blank.

1. The Nobel Prize winner did not enjoy as much

    publicityin his life as other winners did.

    (Suggested first letter(s): pub )

2. cultivatedIt is thought that rice was first in India and

    Indo-China, but it is now grown in many places throughout the

    Far East.

    (Suggested first letter(s): cul )

3. comprehensiveThe result is neither enough to inform nor

    clever enough to fully entertain.

    (Suggested first letter(s): comp )

4. controversialThe treatment is because it can have

    unfortunate "side-effects".

    (Suggested first letter(s): cont )

    5. Protestors claim the Foundation had agreed to temporarily

    suspendall work on the building while they discussed

    fears for their children's safety.

    (Suggested first letter(s): sus )

    6. But do you agree that we ought at least to carry out some

    preliminarystudies?

    (Suggested first letter(s): prel )

    7. There are fundamental limits to how fast a

    conventionalcomputer can go; that is the reason why we

    prefer up-to-date model of computers.

    (Suggested first letter(s): conv )

    8. It may yet be possible to convince manufacturers,

    governments and the public that saving energy is

    worthwhilefor its own sake.

    (Suggested first letter(s): wor )

    9. In the West we are used to business deadlines, but in many

    Middle Eastern cultures, a deadline is taken as an

    insult, and such business behavior may well lose

    business for the overseas salespersons.

    (Suggested first letter(s): ins )

    10. Fortunately, there is little chance of that except in

    extremecases.

    (Suggested first letter(s): ext )

    11. exertTom did not himself to keep the promise, so

    we never believed what he had offered.

    (Suggested first letter(s): ex )

    12. discardedThen I the students and left the classroom,

    trying to get my feelings under control.

    (Suggested first letter(s): dis )

13. sophisticatedThe computer is a kind of machine.

    (Suggested first letter(s): soph )

14. The more Branson thought about his boss's scheme, the more

    feasibleand attractive it began to look.

    (Suggested first letter(s): fea )

15. It is common that your first idea is the best one, though you

    discardonly discover that when you've decided to it

    and try something else.

    (Suggested first letter(s): dis )

    16. fundamentalThere is, however, a difference between

    present market conditions and those of the seventies.

    (Suggested first letter(s): fund )

17. If you feel worse after taking this medicine,

    consultyour doctor.

    (Suggested first letter(s): con )

    18. delicateThe needles were so fine and and they gave

    no pain when in the hands of these skillful Chinese doctors.

    (Suggested first letter(s): de )

    19. Wishful thinking made the military officers more

    optimisticabout their own victory and more inclined to

    forecast their enemy's defeat.

    (Suggested first letter(s): opt )

    20. Smaller companies would be well advised to be more

    flexibleif they want to survive in a market-driven

    economy.

    (Suggested first letter(s): fle )

21. successiveThe victory ended a run of three defeats,

    and Shell showed himself ready to listen to the advice of his

    assistants and players during the final game.

    (Suggested first letter(s): suc )

    22. fruitfulIf the talks prove , the working groups will

    start bargaining in May.

    (Suggested first letter(s): fru )

23. loyaltyAt the end of the talk he pledged to the

    manager and to his leadership.

    (Suggested first letter(s): loy )

    24. They are now realizing just how much they

    oweto kind-hearted strangers.

    (Suggested first letter(s): o )

    25. intelligenceA child's develops rapidly between the ages

    of four and five.

    (Suggested first letter(s): inte )

    Part 2 Fill in the Blanks (with the right preposition or adverb)

    (每小题!0.5 )

    Directions: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with an appropriate preposition or adverb. Fill in each blank with only ONE word.

    1. onThe school operates the principle that values

    are the first, most important lesson.

2. toIn believing my parents, I was forced the

    position of not believing in myself.

    3. The students are asked to make evaluations of the teachers

    ona scale from zero to ten.

4. toThe police officer claimed success the action

    against drug sales last week.

5. inThe idea that success is measured growth,

    not academic achievement, is controversial.

6. toThis approach the problem sounds feasible.

7. ofThere was a drive academic achievement

    among students.

8. asYou are now able to see the problem a

    higher perspective, knowing that you have created it for a

    reason.

9. atThe plans are being prepared quite a good

    pace.

10. toThe teaching program was adopted the

    protests of parents.

    Part 3 Replacement

    (每小题!1 )

    Directions: Replace the underlined words in the following sentences with expressions or phrases using the key word(s) supplied in brackets. Please take care to use the right word form and keep the original meaning.

    1. He thought it was his duty to help those who were made

    homeless by the great floods. (see)

    saw it asReplacement:

    2. The new school is supposed to open at the end of August.

    (schedule)

    is scheduled toReplacement:

3. The industrial revolution which started in Britain reached other

    countries in Europe. (spread)

    spreaded toReplacement:

4. It is known to all that knowledge grows out of books and

    experience. (develop)

    develops fromReplacement:

    5. Mr. John suggested a five-point plan at the meeting for

    promoting sales. (put)

    put outReplacement:

6. We were utterly unprepared for the change of the weather. At

    the beginning, it looked like a nice day. (outset)

    At the outsetReplacement:

7. To me it is rather unfair to dismiss him from his job just for

    being late one time. (kind)

    kind ofReplacement:

8. So far the government has not worked hard and seriously on

    the economic problem. (grip)

    has not come toReplacement:

    9. According to the parents, the teaching program is not so

    perfect. (view)

    In the parents'Replacement:

10. Many Japanese pupils attend class after school for entrance

    examinations. This is the case with many Chinese pupils too.

    (true)

    This is true ofReplacement:

    11. The teacher keeps his eyes not only on the top students but

    also on those who are left behind. (lag)

    are lagged behiReplacement:

    12. Mrs. Johnson is proud of her daughter who came in first in the

    competition. (pride)

    takes pride inReplacement:

    13. Fifty people, and more if necessary, can put themselves up in

    the small hotel. (pinch)

    in a pinchReplacement:

14. I will tell you the real story on the condition that you won't

    reveal my name. (provide)

    provided thatReplacement:

    15. You will really have to try hard to make up the work you

    missed. (exert)

    exert yourselfReplacement:

    Part 3 Replacement

    (每小题!1 )

    Directions: Replace the underlined words in the following

    sentences with expressions or phrases using the key word(s)

    supplied in brackets. Please take care to use the right word

    form and keep the original meaning.

    1. He thought it was his duty to help those who were made

    homeless by the great floods. (see)

    saw it asReplacement:

    2. The new school is supposed to open at the end of August.

    (schedule)

    is scheduled toReplacement:

3. The industrial revolution which started in Britain reached other

    countries in Europe. (spread)

    spreaded toReplacement:

4. It is known to all that knowledge grows out of books and

    experience. (develop)

    develops fromReplacement:

    5. Mr. John suggested a five-point plan at the meeting for

    promoting sales. (put)

    put outReplacement:

6. We were utterly unprepared for the change of the weather. At

    the beginning, it looked like a nice day. (outset)

    At the outsetReplacement:

7. To me it is rather unfair to dismiss him from his job just for

    being late one time. (kind)

    kind ofReplacement:

8. So far the government has not worked hard and seriously on

    the economic problem. (grip)

    has not come toReplacement:

    9. According to the parents, the teaching program is not so

    perfect. (view)

    In the parents'Replacement:

10. Many Japanese pupils attend class after school for entrance

    examinations. This is the case with many Chinese pupils too.

    (true)

    This is true ofReplacement:

11. The teacher keeps his eyes not only on the top students but

    also on those who are left behind. (lag)

    are lagged behiReplacement:

    12. Mrs. Johnson is proud of her daughter who came in first in the

    competition. (pride)

    takes pride inReplacement:

    13. Fifty people, and more if necessary, can put themselves up in

    the small hotel. (pinch)

    in a pinchReplacement:

14. I will tell you the real story on the condition that you won't

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