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1 1 The role of the ear is ____ acoustic disturbances into neural signals suitable for
transmission to the brain.
(A) to code
(B) so that coded
(C) coded
(D) it coding
A

2. The imagist movement in poetry arose during the second decade of the twentieth century
____against romanticism.
(A) when a revolt
(B) as a revolt
(C) a revolt was
(D) that a revolt
B

AD C

3. Virtually ____ species have biological clocks that regulate their metabolism over a 24-hour
period.
(A) all there are
(B) all
(C) all are
(D) they all
B
that that species have
B
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4. According to United States criminal law, insanity may relieve a person from the usual legal
consequences____.
(A) what his or her acts have
(B) of his or her acts are
(c ) of his or her acts
(D) what of his or her acts
C
consequences
A that B are D

5. In addition to ____a place where business deals are made, a stock exchange collects
statistics, publishes prices quotations, and sets rules and standards for trading.
(A) being
(B) it is
(C ) that which
(D) where is
A
in addition to A


6. The first inhabitants of the territories ____Canada came across the Bering Strait and along
the edge of the Arctic ice.
(A) make up that now
(B) make up now that
(C ) that make up now
(D) that now make up
D
A, B C
now

7.____ need for new schools following the Second World War that provided the sustained
thrust for the architectural program in Columbus, Indiana.
(A) Since the
(B) To be the
(C ) The
(D) It was the
D
D was
Columbus

8. The soybean contains vitamins, essential minerals, ____high percentage of protein.


(A) a
(B) and a
(C ) since a
(D) of which a
B
percentage percentage a percentage of

9. Hail is formed when a drop of rain is carried by an updraft to an altitude where ____ to
freeze it.
(A) is the air cold enough
(B) the air cold enough
(C ) the cold enough air
(D) the air is cold enough
D
wherey altitude D

10. Geometrically, the hyperbolic functions are related to the hyperbola, ____ the
trigonometric functions are related to the circle.
(A) just as
(B) same
(c ) similar to
(D) and similar
A
AB same
C similar to

11. ____, Kilauea is one of the worlds most active volcanoes, having erupted dozens of times
since 1952.
(A) The big island of Hawaiis location
(B) Locates the big island of Hawaii
(C ) Located on the big island of Hawaii
(D) On the big island of Hawaiis location
C

A,D
B
C Which is located on the big island of Hawaii Which is
Kilauea 1952

12. Not until the eighteenth century ____ the complex chemistry of metallurgy.
(A) when scientists began to appreciate
(B) did scientists begin to appreciate
(C )scientists who were beginning to appreciate
(D) the appreciation of scientists began
B
Not until
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13. ____ 1810, water-powered textile manufacturing arrived in New Hampshire with the
founding of a company in Manchester that manufactured cotton and wool.
(A) Early
(B) In the early
(C ) As early as
(D) When early
C
A D the in
1810 B
1810

14. The settings of Eudora Weltys stories may be rather limited, but ____about human
nature is quite broad.
(A) exposes
(B) exposes that
(C ) she exposes
(D) what she exposes
D
but
what
Eudora Welty

15. Lichens grow extremely well in very cold parts of the world ____plants can survive.
(A) where few other
(B) few others
(C ) where do few others
(D) there are few others
A

16The pear tree has simple, oval leaves that are smoother and shinier than them of the

A
B
C
D
apple.
D
them
themthose

17In the orbit of a planet around the Sun, the point closest to the Sun is called it the
A
B
C
D
perihelion.
D
call eg: He is called XX.
called itcalled

18In the early 1900s, Roy Harris created and promoted a distinctly American style of
A
B
C
classical music and greatly influenced a number of composer in the United States.
D
D
a number of
composercomposers

19The eighteenth century witnessed the emergence of North American ports,


A
particular Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, as major commercial centers within the
B
C
D
British empire.
B
particular
particularparticularly
Boston, New York Philadelphia

20Guitarlike instruments have exist since ancient times, but the first written mention
A
B
C
of the guitar itself is from the fourteenth century.
D
A

existexisted

21The law of biogenesis is the principle what all living organisms are derived from a
A
B
C
parent or parents.
D
B
what what = the thing (things) that
what What
that TOEEL principle, that
what that

22Onyx is a mineral that can be recognized its regular and straight parallel bands of
A
B
C
white, black, or brown.
D
A
A its

by,
recognized its recognized by its

23There are as many as 200 million insects for every human beings, and in fact their
A
B
total number exceeds that of all other animals taken together.
C
D
B
every human beings human being.
human beings human being
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24Native to South America and cultivated there for thousands of years, the peanut
A
B
is said to have introduced to North America by early explorers.
C
D
D
introduce peanut be have
been
have introduced have been introduced

25Originally canoes were made by the hollowing out of logs and used were for combat
A
B
C
as well as transport.
D
C
be + were used
used were were used

26Among the symptoms of measles, which takes about twelve days to incubate, are a high
A
B
C
fever, swelling of glands in the neck, a cough, and sensitive to light.
D
D
among , are
feverswelling..
sensitive sensitivity
sensitive sensitivity
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27Ice crystals in a glacier tends to melt and recrystallize within a brief moment of travel
A
B
C
D
on a downhill glide.
A

ice crystals
tends tend

28Photograph was revolutionized in 1851 by the introduction of the collodion process


A
B
C
for making glass negatives.
D
A
photograph
photograph photography
photograph photography
1851

29The piano is a stringed musical instrument in which the strings are strike by
A
B
C
felt-covered hammers controlled by a keyboard.
D
C
strike
struck
strike struck

30The sounds used in human languages to create meaning consist of small variation in
A
B
air pressure can be sensed by the ear.
C
D
C
can air pressure
can which/that
pressure can pressure which can

31The mountains, especially the Rocky Mountains, formerly constituted a seriously


A
B
barrier to east-west trade in British Columbia.
C
D
B
seriously barrier
serious
seriously serious

32Telescope are frequently used in astronomy to collect light from a celestial object,
A
B
bring the light into focus, and producing a magnified image.
C
D
D
D collect bring be used to to
D collect bring
producing produce

33Diamond is the hardest known substance, so diamond can be cut only by another
A
B
C
D
diamonds.
D
other another Another other
the, each, one, no
diamonds, other.
another other

34There are about 350 species and subspecies of birds in danger of become extinct,
A
B
with a large number of them, 117 in all, found on oceanic islands.
C
D
B
of of
become of

become becoming
350 117

35The nineteenth-century romantic movement in art was partially a reaction to what


A
B
C
was perceived as overemphasis on reasonable and order in neoclassicism.
D
D
D and order on
reasonable D
order(n.)
reasonable reason
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36Like triglycerides, cholesterol is a type of fat that is both consumed in the diet but
A
B
C
D
manufactured by the body.
D
bothand both bothand bothand
consumed in the diet manufactured by the body
but and
but and

37Both the United States silver dollar and half-dollar, first minted in 1794, had a figure
A
B
C
of Liberty on one side and a eagle on the reverse side.
D
D
eagle an
a eagle an eagle
1794

38For an advertisement to be effective, its production and placement must to be based


A
B
C

on a knowledge of human nature and a skilled use of the media.


D
C
must to
to be based be based

39While photosynthesis in green plants, light energy is captured and used to convert
A
B
C
water, carbon dioxide, and minerals into oxygen and energy-rich organic compounds.
D
A
while
during /in
while during/in

40The Democratic Party, the most oldest existing political party in the United States,
A
B
has played a vital role in the nations history.
C
D
A
more most
gladshy oldest old most
most oldest oldest