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— What do you think of the furniture on exhibition?
— Well, great! But I don’t think much of ____ you bought.

A.the one B.it C.that D.which
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Though ______ of danger, sightseers have been flocking to the site where the world’s biggest terrorist Bin Laden lived.

A.warned B.warning C.being warned D.having warned
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I can not understand why Libya will become so complicated ________ I understand more from the medium.

A.after B.before C.while D.when
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Wang Hao and Chu Yafei led China to ________ gold and  silver finish in ________ 20­kilometer walk,the first athletic event at the Asian Games.

A.a;the B.the;a C.不填;a D.不填;the
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—Mr.Anderson is popular with his students, for he is kind, strict and knowledgeable.
—No wonder he has such a good ___.

A.expectation B.contribution C.reputation D.regulation
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The cost of renting a house in Beijing is higher than___in any other city of China.

A.one B.it C.that D.this
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________ it rain tomorrow,we would have to cancel the football match.

A.Were B.Would C.Will D.Should
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------__ you got the news that the rocket was sent up successfully?
------From the radio.

A.How was it that B.How it was that
C.What was it that D.What it was that
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Among the competitors, there are three little girls ,         is Mary.

A.the smallest of whom B.the smaller of whom
C.the smallest of them D.the smallest one
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He was convinced on the basis of         he had experienced by then that there would be a long and difficult struggle.

A.why B.what C.how D.which
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Nowadays there are still a number of students         school at various grades due to a lack of money in some poorer areas.

A.leaving out B.making out C.letting out D.dropping out
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One’s awareness, both conscious and unconscious, of what happened in the past has a strong         on one’s behavior.

A.pressure B.role C.influence D.power
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A great many means ______ to fight the forest fire in Russia even Russian Prime Minister Putin took part in the fight personally.

A.have been tried B.has been tried C.has tried D.have tried
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To our surprise, the painting considered______ should have won the prize.

A.being copied B.having been copied
C.to have copied D.to have been copied
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A new technique ____ out, the yields (收成) increased by 20% .

A.having working B.having been working
C.has worked D.had been worked
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Face adversity(逆境 )with a smile
I told my friend Graham that I often cycle the two miles from my house to the town centre but unfortunately there is a big hill on the route.He  36  , "You mean fortunately." He explained that I should be glad of the  37  exercise that the hill provided.
My  38  to the hill has now changed.I used to  39  as I approached it but now I tell myself the following.This hill will exercise my heart and lungs.It will help me to  40  and get fit.It will mean that I live longer.This hill is my friend. 41  , I have a smile of  42  as I reach the top of the hill.
Problems are there to be faced and  43  .We cannot achieve anything with a/an  44  life.Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to  45  an University degree.She wrote, "Character cannot be  46  in ease and quiet.Only through  47  of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved."
One of the main  48  of success in life is our attitude towards adversity.At times we all face hardships, problems, accidents and difficulties. 49  we cannot choose the adversity, we can choose our attitude towards it.
Douglas Bader was 21 when in 1931 he had both legs amputated(截肢)following a flying accident.He was  50  to fly again and went on to become one of the leading flying aces.He was a/an  51  to others during the war.He said, "Don't listen to anyone who tells you that you can't do this or that.That's nonsense. 52  your mind, you'll never  53  crutches(拐杖)or a stick, then have a go at everything.Go to school, join in all the games you can.Go  54  you want to.But never, never let them  55  you that things are too difficult or impossible."

A.reacted B.replied C.criticized D.reflected

A.abundant B.proper C.extra D.necessary

A.attitude B.access C.entrance D.affection

A.climb B.confuse C.comment D.complain

A.put on weight B.gain weight C.lose weight D.take my weight

A.Gradually B.Finally C.Rarely D.Approximately

A.satisfaction B.devotion C.decoration D.caution

A.understood B.clarified C.defeated D.overcome

A.tough B.difficult C.easy D.reasonable

A.gain B.acquire C.accomplish D.admire

A.founded B.produced C.constructed D.developed

A.happinesses B.experiences C.difficulties D.pressures

A.emphasises B.conflicts C.factors D.powers

A.While B.As C.Because D.If

A.devoted B.determined C.commanded D.forced

A.appreciation B.qualification C.inspiration D.destination

A.Open up B.Make up C.Come to D.Come into

A.reject B.deliver C.abandon D.use

A.anywhere B.everywhere C.nowhere D.somewhere

A.advised B.attempt C.request D.persuade
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Head of Research
We are looking for a Head of Research to manage the CWU Research Department and Information Centre.You would be required to exercise control of all research work of the department and manage a team of three researchers and four support staff.
The person appointed would be expected to carry out research work of a strategic nature across the range of businesses in which the CWU has or seeks membership and to contribute to the strategic thinking and direction of the union as a whole.
You will need:proven line management skills,especially in managing and motivating a team;good research skills,holding a good degree in a related subject or other similar experience;a high level of mathematical and calculating skills;the ability to produce high quality work under pressure;a commitment to any knowledge of the trade union movement and social democratic politics;and knowledge and/or experience of the postal and/or telecommunications industry.
To apply,please request an application pack by emailing hr@cwu.org or by telephoning HR(Human Resources)on 020 8971 7482.When applying,please stay your source.
Closing Date for Applications:4th August
Anticipated interview date:17th August
No agencies please
In which column of a newspaper could we find this advertisement?

A.Arts.    B.Sales.   C.Jobs.   D.News.

One of the duties of the person to be appointed is________

A.taking charge of research work
B.seeking membership for the trade union
C.managing a team of three or four members
D.running a telecommunications company

If you want to apply for this position,you can do all EXCEPT________.

A.ask an agency for an application form
B.dial 020 8971 7482 for more information
C.email hr@cwu.org for an application pack
D.send in your application before 4th August

Which of the following applicants is most likely to be employed?

A.A school teacher with a master's degree.
B.A university graduate majoring in computer science.
C.A director from a research centre with a master's degree.
D.A clerk from a telecommunications company.
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One day not too long ago the employees of a large company in St .Louis ,Missouri returned from their lunch break and were greeted with a sign on the front door. The sign said: “Yesterday the person who has been hindering(阻止) your growth in this company passed away .
We invite you to join the funeral(葬礼) in the room that has been prepared in the gym .”
At first everyone was sad to hear that one of their colleagues had died, but after a while they started getting curious about who this person might be .The excitement grew as the employees arrives arrived at the gym to pay their last respects .Everyone wondered: “Who is this person who was hindering my progress? Well, at least he’s no longer here!”
One by one the employees got closer to the coffin and when then they looked inside it they suddenly became speechless. They stood over the coffin, shocked and in silence, as if someone had touched the deepest part of their soul. There was a mirror inside the coffin: everyone who looked inside it could see himself. There was also a sign next to the mirror that said : “There is only one who is capable to set limits to your growth: it is YOU.”
You are the only person who can revolutionize your life. You are the only person who can influence your happiness, you realization and your success. You are the only person who can help yourself. Your life does not change when your boss changes, when your friends change, when your parents change, when your partner changes, when your company changes. Your life changes when YOU change, when you go beyond your limiting beliefs, when you realize that you are the only one responsible for your life.
Who has ever resisted the employees of the large company in St .Louis ,Missouri?

A.The boss B.The leader of their group
C.The sign D.The employees themselves

Who passed away in the large company?

A.No one B.The boss
C.One of the employees D.One of the colleagues

What’s the best title of this paragraph?

A.Independent B.Hard Working C.Team Work D.Last Respects
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London Summer School in Classics
The London Summer School in Classics 2008 will be held at King’s College London. It will run from 8th July until 17th July. Applications close on 2nd June, 2008.
For an application form, please download either the 2-page PDF or the word format document from the foot of the page.
If you have any problems downloading the application form or any questions, please contact: London Summer School in Classics, King’s College London.
Tel: 020 7848 2299
Fax: 020 7848 2545
The school is organized by the colleges of the University of London. The summer school offers eight days of intensive teaching in Greek and Latin. There are four language classes each day as well as lectures and a debate, between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm. The course is not residential (提供住宿的), and there is no teaching during the weekend of 12th to 13th July.
The fee is £85.00. Travel grants (旅行补助金) are available as a contribution to your travel costs, but may not cover all your expenses. The travel grants are arranged during the summer school.
Teaching is generally in groups of 12-15 people and it, as far as possible, comprises (包含) of students of roughly the same level of experience. The style of teaching is friendly, but demanding: a lot of work is expected from students during the school, but they usually find the whole experience both stimulating and valuable. Some classes concentrate chiefly on reading, while others offer a mixture of grammar and translation practice. Our tutors include some of the most experienced and talented teachers of Classics in the London area and beyond.
The Summer School in Classics caters for a wide range of interests and for both school & university students as well as those who wish to learn Greek or Latin, or to revive their knowledge of the languages. Our principal concern is to provide a thorough program of language learning in a lively university environment.
To join in the school, you have to apply before ________.

A.8th July, 2008 B.2nd June, 2008 C.17th July, 2008 D.13th July, 2008

As a student of the school, you are probably asked to _______.

A.do a lot of reading in Greek and Latin
B.learn the grammar of Greek and Latin only
C.do some translation work only
D.speak Greek and Latin with experienced teachers

What is the London Summer School in Classics most concerned about?

A.Providing a stimulating experience for students.
B.Promoting students to develop a wide range of interests.
C.Teaching students languages in a lively environment.
D.Improving students’ level of debating in the argument.

Which is one of the teaching ways of the school?

A.Student groups consist of the same level students strictly.
B.Students needn’t do any work in the class.
C.Students learn Greek and Latin by listening to teachers all day.
D.Students are generally divided into groups of 12-15.

Which of the following can we know from the passage?

A.The fee is £85, including the travel costs.
B.Students needn’t go to class on 12th and 13th July.
C.People should fill in two application forms.
D.People can contact the school by phone or email.
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In the early part of the twentieth century, racism was widespread in the United States. Many African Americans were not given equal opportunities in education or employment. Marian Anderson (1897-1993) was an African American woman who gained fame as a concert singer in this climate of racism. She was born in Philadelphia and sang in church choirs during her childhood. When she applied for admission to a
local music school in 1917, she was turned down because she was black. Unable to attend music school, she began her career as a singer for church gatherings. In 1929, she went to Europe to study voice and spent several years performing there. Her voice was widely praised throughout Europe. Then she returned to the US in 1935 and became a top concert singer after performing at Town Hall in New York City.
Racism again affected Anderson in 1939. When it was arranged for her to sing at Constitution Hall in Washington, DC, the Daughters of the American Revolution opposed it because of her color. She sang instead at the Lincoln Memorial for over 75 000 people. In 1955, Anderson became the first black soloist to sing win the Metropolitan Opera of New York City. The famous conductor Toscanini praised her voice as “heard only once in a hundred years”. She was a US delegate to the United Nations in 1958 and won the UN peace prize in 1977. Anderson eventually triumphed over racism.
According to this passage, what did Marian Anderson do between 1917 and 1929?

A.She studied at a music school.
B.She sang for religious activities.
C.She sang at Town Hall in New York.
D.She studied voice in Europe.

Toscanini thought that Marian Anderson                                     .

A.had a very rare voice
B.sang occasionally in public
C.sang only once in many years
D.was seldom heard by people

Anderson’s beautiful voice was first recognized                           .
A.at the Lincoln Memorial
B.in Washington, DC.
C.in Europe
D.at the United Nations
This passage shows that Anderson finally defeated racism in the US by              .

A.protesting to the government
B.appealing to the United Nations
C.demonstrating in the streets
D.working hard to perfect her art
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___1___ But science may have just proved them right because beautiful women are more likely to have daughters than their plainer counterparts, according to a study.
As parents tend to pass on genes that determine looks, this could result in handsome men becoming rather thin on the ground. ___2___ For example, Yasmin Le Bon is signed to the same modelling agency as her daughter Amber, and Jerry Hall's daughters Elizabeth and Georgia Jagger have both taken to the catwalk.
Dr Satoshi Kanazawa, of the London School of Economics, analysed data from a survey of 17,000 babies born in Britain in March 1958 and tracked them throughout their lives. ___3___ When they reached 45, they were asked about the gender of any children they had.
Those rated as attractive were equally likely to have a son or daughter as their first child  but the unattractive sorts were more likely to have a son. ___4___
Dr Kanazawa believes that parents tend to produce children who benefit from their own features. ___5___ So it pays for attractive women to have daughters. But couples blessed with strength and aggression rather than looks are better off having boys, as these characteristics are of more use to males.

A.Women are becoming more beautiful over the generations because attractive women have more children than plain ones.
B.Single girls have always complained that good-looking men are difficult to find.
C.Beauty is of more benefit to a woman than a man.
D.At the age of seven, their attractiveness was rated by their teachers.

E. Put another way, the beautiful women were more likely to have daughters.
F. And it may also explain why many models have daughters who follow in their fascinating footsteps.
G. Famously good-looking parents like Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are more likely to have girls than uglier couples.

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Several American students visited our school. Upon our arrival, we gave a warm welcome to them, among them a boy named Tim was to stay with my family for the weekend. I recognized Tim compared him with photo he had sent to me. Tim greeted me and expressed that how excited he felt. When school was over, we took the subway home. My parents prepared a rich family dinner that night and we had enjoyed ourselves so much, eating and chatting. The next day, I act as a guide, showing Tim along the most famous scenic spots in Beijing. Wherever he went, he had some photos take to help him memorize this unforgettable trip to China. The time to say goodbye came when we realized it. I gave Tim a kite as a souvenir.

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The early bird will catch worms

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