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He is determined to consolidate his power.A.strengthenB.controlC.abandonD.exercise

He is determined to consolidate his power.

A.strengthen

B.control

C.abandon

D.exercise

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第1题

Which one of the following is NOT the reason for an overall lack of teaching Darwin's theo
Which one of the following is NOT the reason for an overall lack of teaching Darwin's theory?

A.Teaching of creationism diminishes teaching of evolution.

B.Teachers are not required to teach Darwin's theory.

C.teachers often leave out the teaching of evolution.

D.Darwin's theory is denied as the central theory of biology.

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第2题

A.althoughB.neverthelessC.howeverD.if

A.although

B.nevertheless

C.however

D.if

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第3题

AIBS's is composed of ______.A.more than 80 societies and 250,000 membersB.250,000 biologi
AIBS's is composed of ______.

A.more than 80 societies and 250,000 members

B.250,000 biologists

C.80 member organizations

D.more than 250,000 members and 80 member societies

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第4题

A.cityB.yearC.personD.country

A.city

B.year

C.person

D.country

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第5题

According to Weis in the 5th paragraph, the theory of evolution ______.A.is fundamental to
According to Weis in the 5th paragraph, the theory of evolution ______.

A.is fundamental to the development of modem genetics, molecular biology and geonomics

B.is a political issue

C.is based on genetics, molecular biology and geonomics

D.has increased our understanding of human health

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第6题

Why do people replace the term creationism with the term intelligent design nowadays?A.Bec
Why do people replace the term creationism with the term intelligent design nowadays?

A.Because "intelligent design" represents the modified theory of evolution.

B.Because they believe God created different species.

C.Because the term creationism is unscientific.

D.Because the term creationism is too direct.

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第7题

The National Trust。The National Trust in Britain plays an increasingly important part in t
The National Trust。The National Trust in Britain plays an increasingly important part in the preservation for public enjoyment of the best that is left unspoiled of the British countryside. Although the Trust has received practical and moral support from the Government, it is not a rich government department. It is a voluntary association of people who care for the unspoiled countryside and historic buildings of Britain. It is a charity which depends for its existence on voluntary support from members of the public. Its primary duty is to protect places of great natural beauty and places of historical interest.The attention of the public was the first drawn to the dangers threatening the great old houses and the castles of Britain by the death of the Lord Lothian, who left his great seventeenth-century house to the Trust together with the 4500-acre park and estate surrounding it. This gift attracted wide publicity and started the Trust’s Country House Scheme” Under this scheme, with the help of the Government and the general public, the Trust has been able to save and make accessible to the public about 150 of these oil houses. Lats year, about 1.75 million people paid to visit these historic houses, usually at a very small charge.In addition to country houses and open spaces, the Trust now owns some examples of ancient wind and water mills, nature reserves, 540 farms and nearly 2500 cottages or small village houses, as well as some complete villages. In these villages no one is allowed to build, develop or disturb the old village environment in any way and all the houses are maintained in their original 16th century style. Over 4,000 acres of coastline , woodland, and hill country are protected by the Trust and no development or disturbances of any kind are permitted. The public has free access to these areas and is only asked to respect the peace, beauty and wildlife.Over the past 80 years the Trust has become a big and important organization and an essential and respected part of national life. It helps to preserve all that and of historical significance not only for future generations of Britons but also for the millions of tourists who each year invade Britain in search of a great historic and cultural heritage.All the following can be inferred from the passage EXCEPT______.

阅读理解:请根据短文内容,为每题确定l个最佳选项。TheNationalTrust。

TheNationalTrustinBritainplaysanincreasinglyimportantpartinthepreservationforpublicenjoymentofthebestthatisleftunspoiledoftheBritishcountryside.AlthoughtheTrusthasreceivedpracticalandmoralsupportfromtheGovernment,itisnotarichgovernmentdepartment.ItisavoluntaryassociationofpeoplewhocarefortheunspoiledcountrysideandhistoricbuildingsofBritain.Itisacharitywhichdependsforitsexistenceonvoluntarysupportfrommembersofthepublic.Itsprimarydutyistoprotectplacesofgreatnaturalbeautyandplacesofhistoricalinterest.TheattentionofthepublicwasthefirstdrawntothedangersthreateningthegreatoldhousesandthecastlesofBritainbythedeathoftheLordLothian,wholefthisgreatseventeenth-centuryhousetotheTrusttogetherwiththe4500-acreparkandestatesurroundingit.ThisgiftattractedwidepublicityandstartedtheTrust’s“CountryHouseScheme”Underthisscheme,withthehelpoftheGovernmentandthegeneralpublic,theTrusthasbeenabletosaveandmakeaccessibletothepublicabout150oftheseoilhouses.Latsyear,about1.75millionpeoplepaidtovisitthesehistorichouses,usuallyataverysmallcharge.Inadditiontocountryhousesandopenspaces,theTrustnowownssomeexamplesofancientwindandwatermills,naturereserves,540farmsandnearly2500cottagesorsmallvillagehouses,aswellassomecompletevillages.Inthesevillagesnooneisallowedtobuild,developordisturbtheoldvillageenvironmentinanywayandallthehousesaremaintainedintheiroriginal16thcenturystyle.Over4,000acresofcoastline,woodland,andhillcountryareprotectedbytheTrustandnodevelopmentordisturbancesofanykindarepermitted.Thepublichasfreeaccesstotheseareasandisonlyaskedtorespectthepeace,beautyandwildlife.Overthepast80yearstheTrusthasbecomeabigandimportantorganizationandanessentialandrespectedpartofnationallife.IthelpstopreserveallthatandofhistoricalsignificancenotonlyforfuturegenerationsofBritonsbutalsoforthemillionsoftouristswhoeachyearinvadeBritaininsearchofagreathistoricandculturalheritage.

All the following can be inferred from the passage EXCEPT______.

A.The Trust is more interested in protecting the 16th century houses.

B.Many people came to visit the historic houses saved by the Trust.

C.Visitors can get free access to some places owned by the Trust.

D.The Trust has a story which is longer than 80 years.

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第8题

Table Manners and CustomsIn Great Britain today good manners at table include eating with
Table Manners and Customs

In Great Britain today good manners at table include eating with the mouth closed; not letting any of the food fall off the plate; using the knife only for cutting; and not trying to take food across the table.______【46】. Indeed, what are considered good table manners in some other countries are what British people try hardest to avoid. ______【47】.

______【48】. Tables and chairs have raplaced the cushions of the past, and the lady of the house presides at one end of the table in the same way that Western women do. Many Japanese, however still feel it would be wrong to eat unless they were sitting on a cushion before a low table with a tray of food on it. In many parts of the world both traditional and Western styles of eating exist side by side.

______【49】. In North America it is polite to cut up meat and then put the knife down, take the fork in the right hand and eat with it. Most European people, like the British, keep the fork in the left hand and the knife in the right all the time when they are eating food that has to be cut. In the British Isles and Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland) special knives and forks are used for eating fish. ______【50】.

A. In France, Belgium and Italy, however, it is correct to keep the same knife for every course , wiping it on a piece of bread.

B. In other parts of the world there are also rules for people to follow when they are eating, but they are not the same as those of Britain.

C. The richer and more educated people in the East have, however, to a great extent taken up

the table manners and customs of Western people.

D. In Arabia, for instance, the people at a feast take pieces of food with their fingers and belch loudly to show that they have appreciated it.

E. Table manners and customs have changed a lot with the time.

F. In the West there are differences between table manners in various countries, although they are not so marked.

(46)

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第9题

Semco At 21,Ricardo Semler became boss of his father&39;s business in Brazil,Semco,which s
Semco

At 21,Ricardo Semler became boss of his father&39;s business in Brazil,Semco,which soldparts for ships.Semler Junior worked likea madman,from 7:30 a.m.,until midnight every day.One afternoon,while touring afactory in New York,he collapsed.The doctor who treated him said,“There&39;s nothing wrong with you.But if you continue like this,you&39;ll find a new home in our hospital.”Semler got the message.He changed the way he worked.In fact,he changed theway his employees worked too.

He let his workers take moreresponsibility so that they would be the ones worrying when things went wrong.He allowed them to set their own salaries,and he cut all the jobs he thought were unnecessary,like receptionists and secretaries.(46)______“Everyone at Semco,even top managers,meets guests inreception,does the photocopying,sends faxes,types lettersand dials the phone.”

He completely reorganized the office:instead of walls,they haveplants at Semeo,so bosses can&39;t shutthemselves away from everyone else.(47)______As for uniforms,some people wear suits and others wear T-shirts.

Semler says,“We have a sales manager named Rubin Agater who sits there readingthe newspaper hour after hour.He doesn&39;t evenpretend to be busy.But when aSemco pump on the other side of the world fails and millions of gallons of oilare about to spill into the sea,Rubin springsinto action.(48)______That&39;s when heearns his salary.No one cares if he doesn&39;tlook busy the rest of the time.” Semcohas flexible working hours;the employeesdecide when they need to arrive at work.The employees also evaluate their bosses twice a year.(49)______

It sounds perfect,but does it work? The answer is in the numbers:in the last six years,Semco&39;srevenues have gone from $35 million to $212 million.The company has grown from eight hundred employees to 3,000.Why?

Semler says it&39;s because of“peerpressure”.Peer pressure makeseveryone work hard for everyone else.(50)______In other words,Ricardo Semler treats his workers like adults and expects them toact like adults.And they do.

(46)

A.Also,Semco lets its workers use the company&39;s machines for their ownprojects,and makes them takeholidays for at least thirty days a year. B.Most managersspend their time making it difficult for workers to work. C.This savedmoney and brought more equality to the company. D.And the workersare free to decorate their workspace as they want. E.He knowseverything there is to know about our pumps and how to fix them. F.If someoneisn’t doing his job well,the otherworkers will not allow the situation to continue.

(47)

A.Also,Semco lets its workers use the company&39;s machines for their ownprojects,and makes them takeholidays for at least thirty days a year. B.Most managersspend their time making it difficult for workers to work. C.This savedmoney and brought more equality to the company. D.And the workersare free to decorate their workspace as they want. E.He knowseverything there is to know about our pumps and how to fix them. F.If someoneisn’t doing his job well,the otherworkers will not allow the situation to continue.

(48)

A.Also,Semco lets its workers use the company&39;s machines for their ownprojects,and makes them takeholidays for at least thirty days a year. B.Most managersspend their time making it difficult for workers to work. C.This savedmoney and brought more equality to the company. D.And the workersare free to decorate their workspace as they want. E.He knowseverything there is to know about our pumps and how to fix them. F.If someoneisn’t doing his job well,the otherworkers will not allow the situation to continue.

(49)

A.Also,Semco lets its workers use the company&39;s machines for their ownprojects,and makes them takeholidays for at least thirty days a year. B.Most managersspend their time making it difficult for workers to work. C.This savedmoney and brought more equality to the company. D.And the workersare free to decorate their workspace as they want. E.He knowseverything there is to know about our pumps and how to fix them. F.If someoneisn’t doing his job well,the otherworkers will not allow the situation to continue.

(50)

A.Also,Semco lets its workers use the company&39;s machines for their ownprojects,and makes them takeholidays for at least thirty days a year. B.Most managersspend their time making it difficult for workers to work. C.This savedmoney and brought more equality to the company. D.And the workersare free to decorate their workspace as they want. E.He knowseverything there is to know about our pumps and how to fix them. F.If someoneisn’t doing his job well,the otherworkers will not allow the situation to continue.

请帮忙给出每个问题的正确答案和分析,谢谢!

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第10题

They‘re petitioning for better facilities for the disabled on public transport.A.requesti
They‘re petitioning for better facilities for the disabled on public transport.

A.requesting

B.planning

C.preparing

D.looking

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