第1题,Frustrated parents are lifting their voices to protest the bulging backpacks of after-school assignments at the following places except________.
A、at basketball practices nationwide
B、at dinner tables
C、at soccer practices nationwide
D、at school-board meetings
第2题,The traits that make the students desirable candidates for admission toYaleare_________.
D、all the above answers
B、to rise or fall
C、the surrounding and blockading
A、to become better
B、to become worse in quality or condition
第5题,The attitude of Australian government for past wrongs against Aborigines is -----.
A、agree to make official apology
B、refuse official apology
第6题,Who was at the center of the storm?
第7题,______ a Catholic among the following Presidents.
B、John F. Kennedy was
C、Jimmy Carter is
D、George W. Bush is
B、superior intellectual, social, or economic status
C、an agent or a substitute
第9题,Who is the first Communist ruler of Afghanistan?
第10题,_______is a spokeswoman for the American Association of Health Plans.
A、Gerald D. Kleczka
B、John Dl Dingell
C、Susan M. Pisano
D、Stephanie Sue Stein
第11题,According to Clifford Notarius , ___ causes problems in marriage.
D、the way to deal with the difference
第12题,Who was responsible to the Stolen Generation in Australia?
C、State and federal government
A、please or satisfy
A、punishing others for harm done to oneself
B、come to an end
C、never refuse sb.
第15题,If the managers or organizations find their get just fine without the vacationing employee, the employee will be ___ .
C、given more vacation
A、an attack or assault
B、work even harder
C、never give up
第18题,What have Gypsies suffered over centuries?
D、we don‘t know
A、to eat without choice
B、qualified or entitled to be chosen.
C、serve sb heart and soul
A、person or thing that causes happiness
B、person or thing that causes suffering
B、to help others
C、old and starting to fall down
第22题,From this article we know that many __ ____are leaving Medicare.
A、prosperous or rich
B、of other Spanish-speaking countries
C、of two races
第24题,Psychologists believe that how a woman meets midlife ---------------the way she meets any change.
A、has nothing to do with
B、is consistent with
C、is different from
D、is similar to
A、always wanting to fight or argue
B、serious and difficult situation
第26题,_______ is a distinct advantage if you want a career at what passes for the American establishment.
B、A wealthy family
第27题,The Scots and the Welsh believe that soon they will be able to do without the heavy English ____ that for centuries have tied them to Brussels .
第28题,In Hamilton Country , where Westfield sits, the Hispanic population has increased----- percent in10 years.
B、never lose your confidence
C、a minor or preliminary conflict
B、to give little hope of success
第31题,In Britain the monarch remains very much at the heart of its Constitution.
第32题,U.S. estimates the Taliban now controls the whole country of Afghanistan.
第33题,Queen Elizabeth2 cannot choose a prime minister, dissolve Parliament or declare war.
第34题,An irritable person is someone of mild temper.
第35题,An unprecedented chance for Gypsies is to be recognized as a nation, albeit one without a defined territory.
第36题,Most teaching staffs in American universities are black.
第37题,The Taliban began as a group of seminary students.
第38题,Krueger and Dale concluded that smart, talented kids who attended less selective schools didn’t do just as well in their careers as their counterparts at elite colleges.
第39题,Winston Churchill often described parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
as being imperfect----but the best that man had yet devised.
第40题,Ecstasy, once a club drug for the élite, is suddenly flooding frat houses and high schools.
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