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the same to you-you seem to take a kneener interest in the subject _has ever been shown before

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一 : you seem to take a kneener interest in the subject _has ever been shown before

you seem to take a kneener interest in the subject _has ever been shown before

a.屁碗呜.:than

b:which

c:that

d:as

选择哪个呢,这句话的意思是什么呢

我想不通

you seem to take a kneener interest in the subject _has ever been shown before的参考答案

A

1.这里可能是打错了吧 原词是keen,表示热心的,情绪高涨的 在这里keener是比较级

2.take a keener interest in ……than……before 意思是“比以前表现出更大的兴趣了”

二 : Questions 1 to 10 are based on the same passage or

Questions 1 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. Dreams have always held a universal fascination. Some (1)primitive societies believe that the soul leaves the body and (2)visits the scene of the dream. Generally, however, dreams are (3accepted to be false realities, having much in common with daydreams ? the fantasies of our (4)waking life. When dreaming, however, one tends to believe fully in the

(5)reality of the dream world, however inconsistent, illogical and odd it may be.

Dream activity may be caused by (6) external influences. "Hard-breathing" dreams are connected with the (7)breathing difficulties of a heavy cold, for instance. Internal disorders (失调) such as poor digestion can cause vivid dreams, and dreams of racing fire-engines (8)may be caused by the ringing of an alarm bell. .

Experiments have been carried out to investigate the connection between pain and dreaming. For example, a sleeper with a small knife wound perhaps dreams of fighting a battle (9)and receiving a severe sword wounD. Although the dream is stimulated by physical discomfort, the actual events of the dream depend on (10the associations of the discomfort ) in the mind of the sleeper.

Questions 11 to 20 are based on the same passage or dialog. In police work, you can never predict the next time or problem.

No working day is identical to any other, so there is no " (1 1)" day for a police officer. Some days are (12

) slow, and the job is (13) ; other days are so busy that there is no time to eat. I think I can (14)

describe police work in one word: (15) variety.

Sometimes it's dangerous. One day, for example, I was

working undercover; that is, I was on the job, but I was

wearing (16) normal clothes, not my police (17) uniform. I was trying to catch some robbers who were stealing money from people as they walked down the street. Suddenly, (18) seven bad men jumped out, one man had a knife and we got into a fight.; one of them had a knife, and we got into a fight. Another policeman arrived, and together, we

arrested three of the men; but the other four ran away. Another day, I helped a woman who was going to have a baby. She

was trying to get to the hospital, (19) She was trying to get to the hospital, but there was a bad traffic jam.. I put her in my police car to get her there faster. I thought she was going to have the baby right there in my car. But fortunately, the baby waited to "arrive" (20) the baby waited to “arrive” until we got to the hospital..

Questions 21 to 30 are based on the same passage or dialog. There are two main things that make aircraft engineering

difficult: the need to make every (21 component) as reliable (可靠的) as possible and the need to build everything as

(22)light as possible. The fact that a plane is up in the air and cannot (23) stop if anything goes wrong, makes it perhaps a matter of life or death that its (24) performance is absolutely dependable.

Given a certain power of engine, and consequently a certain fuel consumption, there is a practical (25) limit to the total weight of aircraft that can be made to fly. Out of that weight as much as possible is wanted for (26fuel), radio navigational instruments, passenger seats, or freight room, and, of course, the passengers or freight themselves. So the (27)structure of the aircraft has to be small and light as safety and efficiency will allow. The designer must (28)calculate the normal load that each part will bear. This specialist is called the "stress man". He takes account of any unusual stress that may be put on the part as a precaution against errors in manufacture, accidental damage, etc.

The stress man's calculations go to the designer of the part, and (29) he must make it as strong as the stress man says is necessary. One or two samples are always tested to prove that they are as strong as the designer intended.

(30)Each separate part is tested, then a whole assembly (组合件) ? for example, a complete wing, and finally the whole plane.

1. This difficulty is not something we can deal with, so we had

better turn it to the director.

2. The case was turned to another policeman with a mean,

bony face and narrow eyes.

3. I was having trouble following it all; I was, in fact, just hanging .

4. It is no use hanging to the past; you should start a new life

now.

5. He told having seen a strange creature in the lake.

6. Residents of the flats told their shock when the bomb

exploded.

7. I saw them vanishing a car and being carried away.

8. To his great surprise, within a few seconds all of the children

had vanished tiny, black holes.

9. He climbed the chamber of the jet fighter and started the

engine.

10. He took off his shoes, climbed a chair, rolled a cigarette and

poured himself a coffee.

11. Pupils at this school are not allowed to wear their hair hanging

their shoulders.

12. That picture hanging your fireplace might just be worth more

than your whole house.

13. Then, through the microphone, he spoke my ear.

14. There was a pause of silence; the President dipped his head

and spoke the microphones.

15. The jet fighter is loaded 6 missiles.

16. The door opens to reveal a row of desks and a shelf loaded

books.

17. the morning of May 7, 1923, he got aboard and left Shanghai

for Britain.

18. They are a French trade mission to China.

19. A rescue plane searched the area for three hours but found

nothing floating the water.

20. An immediate search 100,000 square miles of sea failed to

turn up a single piece of the missing plane.

21. I have met Bail two occasions.

22. In the evening many people were deck for fresh air and

beautiful views.

23. date no application has been made for the experiment.

24. An institute is planning to take 300 psychics and scientists a

cruise into the Bermuda Triangle.

25. case of an emergency, please dial 999 for help.

26. I expected to see the girl, and good reason.

27. We finished the job ahead time.

28. But cameras connected to video recorders had captured the

action tape.

29. The tape recorder produced no sound because it was not

plugged .

30. Old programs have to be replaced new ones to attract

watchers.

31. The plane blasted the air like a bullet shot out of a rifle.

32. Look at the white stripes trailing the plane.

33. I turned the car the right to avoid the coming truck.

34. He lifted the box the ground and walked into the hotel.

35. One has to be top physical condition to drive a jet.

36. The triangle has aroused considerable public interest three

best-selling books.

Questions 1 to 20 are based on the following passage. The boat was full of timber and other goods but no 1. . Not

even blood 2. remained behind. Maybe the craft was 3. in the fog. Still, no one was left 4. the floating grave. A new crew was 5. but maybe they had navigation problems, human 6. or probably just several 7. problems, this crew was lost, too. Since this 8. of the world is 9. by the Gulf Stream, there are many 10. valleys that are 11. deep under the 12. . Clouds, rain and other atmospheric 13. can cause a generator to go out. Many cruise 14. have reported to their bureau of many strange 15. that have taken place at almost the 16. point and they happened over several occasions in a(n) 17. period of history. They would go and examine the incidents and try to find out explanations. But, alas, it 18. as though the ocean has 19. all visible evidence away. To this day the Bermuda Triangle 20. a mystery.

1. The doctor gave her a physical __________ last week which

showed she was in normal condition.

A. investigation

B. examination

C. inquiry

D. test

2. I keep a box of tools and a fire extinguisher in my car for use in

a(n) ________.

A. case

B. condition

C. emergency

D. time

3. The plane quickly lost ________.

A. altitude

B. height

C. level

D. tallness

4. Outside the plane the ________ was spectacular.

A. sight

B. spot

C. scenery

D. view

5. The extra lock on the door gave him a(n) ________ of

security.

A. feel

B. sense

C. meaning

D. impression

6. If you want to buy the product, make ________ with us 24

hours a day, 365 days a year.

A. contact

B. touch

C. connection

D. relation

7. The story says that our planet will be evaded (回避) by beings

from ________ space.

A. out

B. outer

C. external

D. atmospheric

8. The idea ________ good.

A. makes

B. goes

C. reads

D. sounds

9. The lawyer advised him to drop the ________, since he had

little chance to win.

A. event

B. accident

C. case

D. affair

10. There was a big hole in the road which ________ the traffic.

A. set back

B. stood back

C. held up

D. kept down

11. Eye contact is important because wrong contact may create a

communication ________.

A. tragedy

B. hardship

C. question

D. barrier

12. There is no ________ to the house from the main road.

A. access

B. avenue

C. exposure

D. edge

13. ________ energy under the earth must be released in one

form or another, for example, an earthquake.

A. Accumulated

B. Gathered

C. Assembled

D. Collected

14. The ________ stuck on the envelope says "By Air".

A. diagram

B. label

C. sign

D. mark

15. Mobile telecommunications ________ is expected to double in

Shanghai this year as a result of a contract signed between the two companies.

A. capacity

B. potential

C. possession

D. impact

16. The statistical figures in that report are not ________. You

should not refer to them.

A. accurate

B. fixed

C. delicate

D. rigid

17. None of us expected the chairman to ________ at the party.

We thought he was still in hospital.

A. turn in

B. turn over

C. turn up

D. turn down

18. Tyron was extremely angry, but cool-headed enough to

________ storming into the boss's office.

A. prevent

B. prohibit

C. turn

D. avoid

19. He ________ to his customers and cut down the price.

A. leaked

B. drew

C. quoted

D. yielded

20. The author of the report is well ________ with the problems in

the hospital because he has been working there for many years.

A. informed

B. acquainted

C. enlightened

D. acknowledged

Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions.

Questions 1 to 5 are based on the same passage or dialog. Psychics are people who can get information about people, places, or situations through a sixth sense 刼 a sense that exists in addition to those of seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching. They can use their psychic ability to heal people who are sick, to give advice, to give hints about the future, and to do many other things. And it's not just individuals who use psychics; sometimes companies and governments use psychics, too. One year a company called Delphi and Associates earned $120,000 on the stock market with the help of psychics.

So how can I get some psychic help?" you may ask yourself. Well, you don't have to pay a lot of money to a professional psychic. You can start by using your own psychic ability.

Psychic abilities are really just another sense, similar to our other five senses. The difference is that we never develop our psychic

sense in the same way that we develop our other senses. We train our eyes to see the difference between a V and a U; we train our ears to hear the difference between a /ch/ and a /sh/ sound; we can feel the difference between silk and leather; we can smell and taste if milk is sour. But our sixth sense, our psychic sense, seldom develops very much. Because most of us ignore our psychic sense for so long, it takes some time to develop it. If you have never played soccer before, you cannot expect to be a good player after three lessons. It might take years to become really good. Psychic ability works the same way.

(Words: 268)

1. People use psychics ________.

A. mainly to see the future

B. to make money

C. to see what one cannot usually see

D. for many reasons

2. ________ learn to use their psychic ability.

A. Many people

B. Many companies

C. Few people

D. Few governments

3. Psychic abilities ________.

A. are similar to other senses

B. work in the same way as other senses

C. are different from other senses

D. work together with other senses

4. Our psychic sense seldom develops very much because

________.

A. we never use it

B. we never believe in it

C. we ignore it

D. we don't want to take time to train it

5. The attitude of the author towards psychic abilities is

________.

A. positive

B. ironical

C. critical

D. neutral

Questions 6 to 10 are based on the same passage or dialog. It is not often realized that women held a high place in southern European societies in the 10th and 11th centuries. As a wife, the woman was protected by the setting up of a dowry(嫁妆)or decimum. Admittedly, the purpose of this was to protect her against the risk of being abandoned, but in reality its function in the social and family life of the time was much more important. The decimum was the wife's right to receive a tenth of all her husband's property. The wife had the right to hold back consent, in all transactions(交易)the husband would make. And more than just a right: the documents show that she enjoyed a real power of decision, equal to that of her husband. In no case do the documents indicate any degree of difference in the legal status of husband and wife.

The wife shared in the management of her husband's personal property, but the opposite was not always true. Women seemed perfectly prepared to defend their own inheritance against husbands who tried to exceed their rights, and on occasion they showed a fine fighting spirit. A case in point is that of Maria Vivas, a Catalan woman of Barcelona. Having agreed with her husband Miro to sell a field she had inherited, for the needs of the household, she insisted on compensation(赔偿). None being offered, she succeeded in dragging her husband to the official in charge to have a contract duly drawn up assigning her a piece of land from Miro's personal inheritance. The unfortunate husband was obliged to agree, as the contract says, "for the sake of peace." Either through the dowry or through being hot-tempered, the Catalan wife knew how to win herself, within the context of the family, a powerful economic position.

(Words: 298)

6. A decimum was ________.

A. the wife's inheritance from her father

B. a gift of money to the new husband

C. a written contract

D. the wife's right to receive one-tenth of her husband's

property

7. In the society described in the passage, the legal standing of

the wife in marriage was ________.

A. higher than that of her husband

B. lower than that of her husband

C. the same as that of her husband

D. higher than that of a single woman

8. What compensation did Maria Vivas get for the field?

A. Some of the land Miro had inherited.

B. A tenth of Miro's land.

C. Money for household expenses.

D. Money from Miro's inheritance.

9. Could a husband sell his wife's inheritance?

A. No, under no circumstances.

B. Yes, whenever he wished to.

C. Yes, if she agreed.

D. Yes, if his father-in-law agreed.

10. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as an effect of the

dowry system?

A. The husband had to share the power of decision in

marriage.

B. The wife was protected from being abandoned.

C. The wife gained a powerful economic position.

D. The husband was given control over his wife's property.

Questions 11 to 15 are based on the same passage or dialog. Some pessimistic experts feel that the automobile is bound to fall into disuse. They see a day in the not-to-distant future when all autos will be abandoned. Other authorities, however, think the auto is here to stay. They hold that the car will remain a leading means of urban travel in the foreseeable future.

The motorcar will undoubtedly change significantly over the next 30 years. It should become smaller, safer, and more economical, and should not be powered by the gasoline engine. The car of the future should be far more pollution-free than present types.

Regardless of its power source, the auto in the future will still be the

main problem in urban traffic congestion(拥挤). One proposed solution to this problem is the automated highway system.

When the auto enters the highway system, retractable(可伸缩的)arm will drop from the auto and make contact with a rail, which is similar to those powering subway trains electrically. Once attached to the rail, the car will become electrically powered from the system, and control of the vehicle will pass to a central computer. The computer will then monitor all of the car’s movements.

The driver will use a telephone to dial instructions about his destination into the system. The computer will calculate the best route, and reserve space for the car all the way to the correct exit from the highway. The driver will then be free to relax and wait for the buzzer(蜂鸣器)that will warn him of his coming exit. It is estimated that an automated highway will be able to handle 10,000 vehicles per hour, compared with the 15,000 to 2,000 vehicles that can be carried by a present-day highway.

(Words: 285)

11. One significant improvement in the future car will probably be

________.

A. its power source

B. its driving system

C. its monitoring system

D. its seating capacity

12. What is the author's main concern?

A. How to render automobiles pollution-free.

B. How to make smaller and safer automobiles.

C. How to solve the problem of traffic jams.

D. How to develop an automated subway system.

13. What provides autos with electric power in an automated

highway system?

A. A rail.

B. An engine.

C. A retractable arm.

D. A computer controller.

14. In an automated highway system, all the driver needs to do is

________.

A. keep in the right lane

B. wait to arrive at his destination

C. keep in constant touch with the computer center

D. inform the system of his destination by phone

15. What is the author's attitude toward the future of autos?

A. Enthusiastic.

B. Pessimistic.

C. Optimistic.

D. Cautious.

Questions 16 to 20 are based on the same passage or dialog. Why should you think about in trying to find your career? You are probably better at some school subjects than others. These may show strengths that you can use in your work. A boy who is good at mathematics can use that in an engineering career. So it is important to know the subjects you do well in at school. On the other hand, you may not have any specially strong or weak subjects but your records show a general satisfactory standard. Although not all subjects can be used directly in a job, they may have indirect value. A knowledge of history is not required for most jobs but if history is one of your good subjects you will have learned to remember facts and details. This is an ability that can be useful in many jobs.

If you have had a part-time job on Saturdays or in the summer, think what you gained from it. If nothing else, you may have learned how to get to work on time, to follow instructions and to get on with older workers. You may have learned to give correct change in a shop, for example. Just as important, you may become interested in a particular industry or career you see from the inside in a part-time job.

Facing your weak points is also part of knowing yourself. You may be all thumbs when you handle tools; perhaps you are a poor speller or cannot add up a column of figures. It is bitter to face any weaknesses than to pretend they do not exist. Your school record, for instance, may not be too good, yet it is an important part of your background. You should not be apologetic about it but instead recognize that you will have a chance of a fresh start at work.

(words: 303)

16. Which of the following best sums up the first paragraph?

A. The importance of doing well at school.

B. Using school performance to help to choose a career.

C. The importance of being good at all subjects.

D. The indirect value of schoolwork.

17. The writer thinks that for a student to have a part-time job is

probably ______.

A. a waste of time that could have been spent on study

B. useful for his future work

C. a good way to earn extra money

D. a good way to find out his weak points

18. According to the passage, if a student's school record is not

good, he ______.

A. will be a complete failure in his future work

B. will not be able to find a suitable job

C. will regret not having worked harder at school

D. may do well in his future work

19. Which subject is supposed to have no direct value for jot

hunting?

A. Mathematics.

B. English.

C. Technical Drawing.

D. History.

20. The whole passage centers on ______.

A. choosing a career according to what one is skilled in

B. acquiring knowledge by working hard at school

C. finding one's strong and weak points

D. developing one's abilities useful in schoo

三 : same to you 和 the same to you区别

same to you 和 the same to you区别

same to you 和 the same to you区别的参考答案

Merry Christmas!

圣诞快乐!

Same to you!

你也是哦!

I'm 19 years old.How old are you?

我19岁,你呢?

The same with you.

和你一样.

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