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SECTION 1 1. Although she gives badly ____ titles to her musical compositions, they ____ unusual combinations of materials including Gregorian chant, Asian scale patterns and rhythms, electronic sounds, and bird songs. A. exotic… belie B. eccentric…deploy C. traditional…exclude D. imaginative…disguise E. conventional… incorporate 2. Even though the folktales Partout collected and retold were not solely French in origin, his versions of then were so decidedly French in style that later anthologizes of French folktales have never ____ them. A. excluded B. admired C. collected D. promoted E. comprehended 3. In arguing against assertions that environmental catastrophe is imminent, her book does not ridicule all predictions of doom but rather claims that the risks of harm have in many cases been ____. A. exaggerated B. ignored C. scrutinized D. derided E. increased 4. There seems to be no ____ the reading public’s thirst for books about the 1960’s: indeed, the normal level of interest has ____ recently because of aspiration of popular television documentaries. A. quenching… moderated B. whetting… mushroomed C. curtailing… waned D. ignoring… transformed E. slaking… increased 5. Despite a tendency to be overtly ____, the poetry of the Middle Ages often sparks the imagination and provides lively entertainment, as well as pious sentiments. A. diverting B. emotional C. didactic D. romantic E. whimsical 6. One of the first ____ of reduced burning in Amazon rain forests was the chestnut industry: smoke tends to drive out the insects that, by pollinating chestnut tree, allow chestnuts to develop. A. reformers B. discoveries C. casualties D. critics E. beneficiaries 7. The research committee urged the archaeologist to ____ her claim that the tomb she has discovered was that of Alexander the Great since her initial report has been based only on ____. A. disseminate… supposition B. withdraw… evidence C. undercut… caprice D. document… conjecture E. downplay… facts SECTION 3 1. The scientist found it puzzling that his theory encountered ______ despite widespread agreement that it was _______ A. respect … crucial B.dismissal…simplistic C. skepticism…unfathomable D.opposition…indisputable E. acceptance…comprehensive 2. The rate at which soil can absorb water ______ with continuous wetting, so the longer a ______ lasts, or the greater the rate of precipitation, the higher the percentage of water that will flow across the ground as runoff and enter stream channels. A. rises… deluge B. diminishes… drought C. increases… shower D. decreases… rainstorm E. stabilizes…thaw 3. The ideas expressed in the art historian’s book are more_____ than one would expect on the basis of her rather _____ treatment of her subject in the opening pages. A. compelling… intriguing B. accessible… recondite C. hidebound… reactionary D. insightful… innovative E. dispassionate… evenhanded 4. The meeting on environmental issues produced ____ discussion but no commitment on a plan of action: the many uncertainties surrounding global climatic change and the huge cost of efforts to limit it made the policymakers ____. A. little… voluble B. heated… contentious C. cordial… quarrelsome D. frustrating… affable E. interminable… businesslike 5.Art that endures often makes an initially
disturbing impact: the profound experience that such art seeks to provoke necessarily engenders a certain____. A. familiarity B. ennui C. upheaval D. intimacy E. tranquility 6. The history of film reflects the ____ inherent in the medium itself: film combines still photographs to represent continuous motion and, while seeming to present life itself, can also offer impossible and dreamlike unrealities. A. trivialities B. biases C. constraints D. paradoxes E. liabilities 7. The ____ with which the politician peppers her speeches are so memorable that many people think of her as being far more ____ than she in fact is. A. superlatives… egalitarian B. pejoratives…optimistic C. examples… soporific D. diatribes… censorious E. malapropisms… straightforward 8. STOMACH: DIGESTION A. heart : pulsation B. eye : recognition C. muscle : exertion D. skin : irritation E. lung : respiration 9. DEHYDRATE : WATER A. melt : liquid B. wither : vitality C. anchor : stability D. emote : enthusiasm E. shrivel : winkle 10. RAVENOUS: HUNGRY A. congenial : friendly B. mean : wild C. obsessed : absorbed D. inept : clumsy E. sated : savory 11. ELEGY : LAMENT A. epic : idolize B. comely : pleaseC. parody : ridicule D. sonnet : court E. tragedy : pity 12. ANECDOTE : NARRATIVE A. acronym : letter B. summary : excerpt C. simile : comparison D. metaphor : fantasy E. pseudonym : signature
13. TRUNATE : LENGTH A. separate : substance B. ventilate : circulation C. vaccinate : immunity D. transfer : location E. cool : temperature 14. GENERATION: INDIVIDUAL A. conference : speaker B. shift : laborer C. city : official D. tree : limb E. river : stream 15. RERERTOIRE : PERFORMANCE A. agenda : meeting B. catalog : library C. manifest : cargo D. invoice : receipt E. inventory : sale 16. BLANDISHMENT : COAX A. equivocation : dispute B. assessment : infer C. augmentation : complicate D. persuasion : coerce E. explanation : enlighten 28. DISAVOW A. instigate B. acknowledge C. envision D. ameliorate E. inculcate 29. FLOURISH A. lose out B. catch up C. turn off D. waste away E. slow down 30. HYPERBOLE A. misdemeanor B.understatement C. imprecation D. concession E. obstinacy 31. RIVETING A. appetizing B. enriching C. wearisome D. wasteful E. harmful 32. DAMN A. undo B. entreat C. mollify D. motivate E. extol 33. REPROACH A. sustain B. advance
C. acclaim D. manipulate E. embellish 34. MYOPIA A. maturity B. prescience C. prompt response D. good fortune E. final event 35. NICE A. restrained B. colorless C. obscure D. imprecise E. balanced 36. LASSITUDE A. pride B. breadth C. vim D. pomp E. valor 37. PUSILLANIMOUS A. successful B. sociable C. adept D. stouthearted E. trustworthy 38. ABASE A. aggrandize B. limit C. defy D. purify E. destabilize Section 3 8. ANTISEPTIC : DISINFECT:: A. solvent : preserve B. emollient : soften C. tonic : inoculate D. antidote: poison E. palliative: sensitize 9. DOSE : MEDICINE :: A. beverage : drink B. medal : award C. tremor : earthquake D. ration : food E. temp: music 10. DITCH : CANYON :: A. landslide : erosion B. boulder : granite C. weed : vegetation D. burrow : cavern E. moon : planet 11. AVERSION : DISINCLINATION :: A. assurance : doubt B. adulation : admiration C. evaluation : preference
D. denunciation : avowal E. slander : insincerity 12. AIRTIGHT : LEAK :: A. sporadic : continuity B. incorporeal : importance C. ancient : relevance D. arcane : solution E. invalid : certainty 13. SPURN : CONTEMPT :: A. condone : mercy B. apologize : regret C. vacillate : impression D. balk : obstruction E. endorse : familiarity 14. TEACHER : CLASSROOM :: A. bather : beach B. resident : neighborhood C. traveler : station D. child : playground E. chef : kitchen 15. RESCISSION : LEGISLATION :: A. authorization : retrenchment B. recantation : testimony C. attainment : goal D. cessation : process E. acquittal : innocence 16. POLULATION : MORTALITY A. electorate : abstention B. workforce : attrition C. traffic : gridlock D. membership : absenteeism E. taxation : expenditure 28. DISSIPATE A. pile up B. sort out C. illuminate D. hasten E. include 29. TRANSIENT A. distant B. helpful C. actual D. violet E. everlasting 30. EXTRANEOUS A. indeterminate B. modified C. accurate D. concealed E. essential 31. SEEMLY A. banal B. deceitful C. indecorous D. eclectic E. ineffectual 32. VIRULENT
candid E. circulate : blood E. unimportant E. DISCURSIVE A. charitable B. imitative D. florid 1. uncommon B. enticing B. intermittent B. EXECRATION A. knuckle: finger D. VICISSITUDINOUS A. defuse : controversial D. polite B. approbation E. TAIL : APPENDAGE A. VINDICATE: BLAME A. deficiency : compensate E. reliable B. revere : ancient E. engrossment C. exploit : utilitarian C. invigorating C. AFFIX A. MASONRY: BRICKLAYER A seminary : theologian B jurisprudence : criminal C pedagogy : student D medicine : doctor E conservatory : musician 5. disillusionment : malcontent D. OBSTACLE : IMPEDE A. uncooperative C. allegiance 37. HAVEN : DANGER A nirvana : suffering B. waft : air D. convivial : congeniality C. quietness 11. requisition D. ADVENTURESOME : CAUTION :: A. tendentious : bias B. iris : cornea C. blandishment : cajole C. TORRID A. immutable C. molar : tooth E. expose : malfeasance E. peculiarity B. embellishment : praise D. defeated D. dehydrate : water C. make visible C. courtesy : boor C. detach .A. timorous : fear D. clear C. NOURISH : FOOD A. forbearance : suspect D. unbiased 2003 年 3G 笔试题目 E. ability C. TENDENTIOUS A. magnanimous : generosity E. warn : safety B. negligent 35. ambivalent D. salubrious 33. recoil : delightful 10. FORMIDABLE A. distinction E. HASTE : PLODDER A. wise E. deception : dupe B. finance : money 6. unpretentious D. gloomy B. deny : malicious B. lobe : ear 3. impassioned 36. confident E. acquiesce : regret D. reluctance : skeptic 7. scarcity D. endearing 38. opaque E. sinecure: experience C sanctuary : immunity D limbo : uncertainty E arcadia : quiet 4. affectionate E. MARVEL : QUOTIDIAN A. INCAPACITY A. sane D. misrepresentation B. icy D. succinct C. investigate : suspicion 8. decry: aspersion C. select carefully B. rib : skeleton B. mild 12. prediction : convince B. gluttonous : restraint 2. courteous C. compliment : exaggerate 9. extrinsic E. disabuse : misapprehension B. smooth 34. FEROCIOUS A. inert C.
peanut : shell 22. foolish D. skeptic : espouse B. prolific E. inexperienced E.possibility B. circuitous : forthrightness B. punish : exculpation E. AFFABLE : EASE A. inventive C. lack of information 14. HIERARCHIC A. frank E. BAROQUE : SIMPLICITY A. iniquitous 31. narrow B. inflation C. sanctimonious : respect D. incorruptibility D. maturity B. display partiality E. straightforward talk 30. generator : electricity D. feasible : expedience 24. solicitous : indifference E. ignorant : candor E. downcast B. potato : mash C. convivial C. diffident : confidence B. swift D. perceptive : insight D. VERSED A. novel 21. modest : servility C. dissident : corrupt E. plaintive : sorrow 29. unhurried B. tomato : slice D. BANANA : PEAL A. devious action D. fundamental : indispensability C. untempered C. OBSOLESCENCE A. intransigent : resiliency E.. dilute 13. diplomatic : tact B. incinerator: debris B. assume responsibility C. INSTINCTIVE A. colorfulness C. conservative : uphold C. browbeat : intimidation C. obstructionist : renege D. kiln : pottery C. exaggerated C. infect E. anachronistic C. sensible choice E. beautiful music E.D. visible . SCRUPULOUS : INTEGRITY A. withdraw consent D. contemporary B. FRENETIC A. DELEGETE A. contemptuous C. REPROACHFUL : DISAPPROVAL A. cautious : timidity E. adventurous : strength C. unyielding D. ensure compliance 15. equilibrium B. REVISIONIST : CHALLENGE A. SACRILEGE A. UNASSAILABLE A. advocate : compromise 27. arrochial : focus D. RIGMAROLE A . carrot : dice E. doubtful B. pithiness C. EVASIVE A. upbraid : resentment 25. worldliness 20. resounding defeat C. disciplined 16. pursue assiduously B. rigorous logic E. ASYMMETRY A. creative : genius 26. august : vanity D. pristine 19. irregular D. flour : sift B. safe : money 23. nuanced E. REFRIGERATOR : PERISHABLES A. expected event 17. punctilious : anxiety 28. unmask : distortion B. intrepid : fear C. favorable sign D. unethical B. subversive D. affectionate : sentimentality B. WIRETAP : SURVEILLANCE A. egalitarian 18. abundance D. embezzle : enticement D. fireplace : wood E. temporary E. pious action B. currency E.
LAXITY : DRACONIAN (A) disapprobation : judgmental (B) success : amiable (C) ambition : diligent (D) slovenry : finical 14. disparity E. UBIQUITY A probity B. abstract D. refuse to pardon E. abundant B. problematic B. proximate C.ARTLESS : GUILE (A) fearless : courage (B) heartless : animosity (C) hopeless : gloom (D) thoughtless : solicitude (E) faultless : perfection 16. make necessary 37. IMPLICIT A. find impenetrable 35.DEFIANCE (A) submission (B) suitability (C) precision . OBVIATE A.D. germane 33.MAR : FLAWLESS (A) burnish : dull (B) clean : pristine (C) explain : difficult (D) appraise : valuable (E) sell : profitable 10. pivotal D. concrete 38. profligate E. complete E. declaration of loyalty E. disentangle C. aura of invincibility 2004 年 10 月 GRE SECTION1 8. inequity D. hide from view E. significant C. sigh of consent B. unite D. CACHET A. irritate C. UNAVAILING A. unequivocal E. MARGINAL A. focus D.HOBBLE : HALTING (A) amble : awkward (B) saunter : hesitant (C) slink : furtive (D) traipse : energetic (E) trudge : stiff 15.THICK-SKINNED : CRITICISM (A) optimistic : disappointment (B) combative : provocation (C) benevolent : praise (D) supercilious : disdain (E) timorous : anxiety 12. deliberate E. BUCKET : VESSEL (A) window : glass (B) ladle : tureen (C) car : train (D) room : house (E) dagger : weapon 11.CONSTRICT : DIAMETER (A) circumvent : space (B) rotate : size (C) plumb : depth (D) elevate : height (E) truncate : length 9. fierce 32.BACKFIRE (A) move rapidly (B) act friendly (C) occur without warning (D) produce an expected result (E) increase in unlimited fashion 29. overt C.PLUSH : AUSTERITY (A) tidy : disarray (B) showy : pageantry (C) tacit : silence (D) meek : restraint (E) inviolate : sanctity 13. unadulterated B. conclude B. propinquity C. mark of disapprobation C. yield B.OSTENTATION : PRETENTIOUS (A) indolence : ruminative (B) mendacity : discreet (C) obduracy : tractable (D) reprobation : conscientious (E) credulity : gullible 28. gesture of deference D. immutable 36. FATHOM A. rarity 34. useful D.
NUGATORY : SIGNIFICANCE (A) sublime : worthless (B) entrenched : precedent (C) quotidian : regularity (D) deceptive : plausibility (E) ethereal : substance 14.RELIABILITY : TRUST (A) mendacity : disbelief (B) compassion : pity (C) impartiality : bias (D) sagacity : wisdom (E) inquisitiveness : curiosity 28.TRIFLE (A) cooperative effort (B) important matter (C) unexpected event (D) liability (E) compliment 33.APOTHECARY : MEDICINE (A) librarian : book (B) farmer : tractor (C) judge : law (D) electrician : wire (E) butcher : meat 9.SCOLD : DISPLEASURE (A) instruct : mastery (B) commiserate : sympathy (C) agitate : calm (D) renounce : consternation (E) challenge : parity 16.BAFFLE (A) fail to distinguish (B) betray emotion (C) act decisively (D) agree (E) enlighten .FABULOUS (A) mundane (B) ironic (C) somber (D) novel (E) terse 31.DEBONAIR (A) charitable (B) uncouth (C) pragmatic (D) punctilious (E) deferential 30.TOWER : EDIFICE (A) rampart : barrier (B) storage : container (C) home : furniture (D) fabric : clothing (E) asphalt : highway 11.DEBAUCHERY (A) asceticism (B) sophistication SECTION3 8.PERNICIOUS (A) benign (B) glamorous (C) frivolous (D) elementary (E) prominent 35. ENERVATE : STRENGTH (A) aggrandize : importance (B) exalt : admiration (C) blazon : reputation (D) repeat : redundancy (E) dispirit : morale 15.UNDERHANDED (A) popular (B) spiritual (C) magnanimous (D) forthright (E) sprightly 32.REVIVE (A) acquire (B) diminish (C) hinder (D) count (E) render unconsciousness 29.NOTORIOUS (A) risky (B) unexceptional (C) particular (D) regimented (E) personable 34.VITUPERATIVE : REVILE (A) palliative : mollify (B) corrosive : restore (C) elusive : search (D) incisive : sharpen 13.ACTOR : PLAYBILL (A) page : novel (B) traveler : guidebook (C) word : sentence (D) ingredient : recipe (E) photograph : album 12.ALLAY : INTENSITY (A) deface : appearance (B) navigate : distance (C) integrate : consistency (D) discredit : believability (E) insulate : detachment 10.(D) lack of continuity (E) inability to pay 30.DENIAL (A) indictment (B) pronouncement (C) judgment (D) precept (E) avowal 37.FICTITIOUS (A) measurable (B) authentic (C) unwarranted (D) believable (E) palpable 36.
martinet : authority C. perplexity : bewilder 3. prosaic : foppery B. joke : deliver B. nonentity : consequence 9. indiscretion : miscalculate D.CAREEN (A) rejoice (B) initiate (C) remain silently (D) move steadily (E) treat harshly 37. rabble : control A. protraction : broad E. intractable : motivation B. fail to repay E. novice : experience A. unscrupulous : integrity A. tendentious : bias (C) officiate (D) agglomerate (E) neglect 36. culpability : reproach E. violate an agreement D. rambling : concision D.DAMPEN (A) proceed (B) reinstate (C) enliven (D) unnerve (E) alleviate 33. repair : broken B. observant A. purposeful : intent E. vapid : insipidity B. decrease greatly 11. mistake : rectify E.WEATHER (A) deliberately ignore (B) stealthily approach (C) attempt to weaken (D) fail to withstand (E) strive to understand 34. hint : baffle C. applicable : pertinence A. determination : overcome C. pretentious : vanity E.WILY (A) expressive (B) mournful (C) tractable (D) ingenuous (E) credible 2005 年 6 月 GRE 笔试真题词汇解析 D. irresistible : worthiness E. replenish : dwindling A. show favoritism 12. indignation : justify B. resist C. laconic : honesty C. enigma : explain C. asymmetry : chaotic D. caveat : warn 10. be ungrateful D. avoid B. aggravation : irritate A.RHETORIC (A) grateful acknowledgement (B) necessity (C) assistance (D) focus (E) sincere language 35. act cowardly E.WARY (A) unsuspecting (B) unpleasant (C) disappointing (D) deceitful (E) engrossing 32. marvel A.31. pointed : precision 5. transient : permanence 7. obedient . magnate : prestige B. disease : diagnose B. explain : confused C. reciprocate A. inhospitable : gratitude D. muse : inspiration E. lose patience C. soliloquy : discuss D. proximity : adjacent C. tribute : commend A. filthiness: pristine A. celerity : fleet 2. testimony : verify 8.CEDE (A) manage skillfully (B) refuse to yield SECTION ONE： 1. feel apathetic B. disarm : aggressive 4. audacious : enmity C. null : validity A. plenitude : sparse B.LAMENT (A) conundrum (B) paean (C) prophecy (D) dialogue (E) affront 38. transparent : clarity C. compromise : negotiate D. repel : unwanted E. dilettante : interest D. donation : indemnify E. miserly : largesse 6. prohibit : allowed D.
tough B. naivety D. shrewd D. undemanding E. 18. eccentric B. 20. unfettered E. 14. jejune E. gather together D. wholesome D. lighthearted B. reorder B. 15. deft C. oblivious D. sensitivity D. perspicacious C. adaptability C. hotheaded C. D. dissolve inconsiderable A. spinelessness B. deposit C. 16. leave idle B. uncharitable callousness A. authoritative heavy-handed A. blatant C. rude D.13. partisan E. disturb E. profligacy B. conformity fair-minded A. deny access C. weighty E. 19. humidity SECTION 17. separate grit A. rigid C. serendipitous decadent A. serenity E. B. prominent TWO： . solitary B. blamelessness employ A. congeniality C. equivocal D. robustness E. disregard E. solemn erode A.
uncomplicated D. balm : soothing A. give generously D. chagrined : conceit C. article : newspaper E. snarl : speak C. chastise : misbehavior D. inviolate B. glower : look A. communicable : treatment C. infraction : permissible D. obdurate : ambivalence B. 33. sober stasis A. mutate B. state of imbalance E. anesthetic : astringent E. affluence D. elevation E. letter : signature D. fantasy C. fearful E. inspiration C. custom : alterable 26. entangle E. succession dismay A. multiply C. pollution D. nostrum : proven D. 36. propose C. edible : consumption D. book : manual 27. discord : mediator E. placebo : innocuous 29. subjugate : independence B. refinement : impresario E. 31. agenda : memorandum B. gaffe : proper A. triumph : enviable C.21. deflate : air A. conquest B. liberty : dictator 22. heroism : leader D. 37. fertilize demotion A. enervate : growth SECTION ONE 30. insuperable : conquest 23. affectation : artificial B. affluence : tycoon A. felicity : hedonist D. continue D. demolish : renovations E. resentful : umbrage A. encourage C. delay madcap A. minimize : shorten B. justify convene A. supremacy : potentate 25. C. antibiotic : viral B. arable : cultivation A. character : hieroglyph A. 32. offer to help E. anonymity : benefactor B. honor D. agile D. contribute E. unify B. 34. appease B. regret B. invite to join 2005 年 10 月 GRE 笔试真题词汇解析 . reluctant : rowdiness D. flourish D. vapor : opaque C. fill : outlines wilt A. dissolve E. disengaged E. 35. anger B. exculpation : criminal C. supercilious : hauteur E. opposition : adversary B. flatter C. variable : surveillance E. definition : glossary C. sophisticated B. unobtrusive C. absence of readiness tortuous A. attend : focus D. apologize : regret E. bribe : corrupt E. dominate : control 24. immobile C. unadorned ostracize A. obeisant : disrespect 28. instruction : mentor A. eminence : scholar C. intangible : analysis B.
8、REMISSNESS:CAREFUL A lethargy：enthusiastic B obsequiousness：humble C avarice：greedy D contrition：apologetic E largesse：generous 9、RECONCILIATION：HARMONY A reinstatement：dismissal B recuperation：health C recompense：payment D recurrence：event E refinement：cultivation 10、ADVISOR：COUNSEL A adversary：vanquish B steward：squander C chaperone：escort D disciple：lead E mediator：dispute 11、SPURIOUS：AUTHENTICITY A acquitted：innocence B protean：usefulness C germane：pertinence D rampant：restraint E acclaimed：imperfection 12、BEWITCHING：CAPTIVATION A hazardous：suspense B inveterate：skepticism C nonpartisan：bias D incendiary：vigilance E baffling：confusion 13、HUT：DWELLING A raft：watercraft B skyscraper：building C volcano：mountain D auditorium：theater E peninsula：island 14、AGREEABLE：ANTIPATHY A palatable：hunger B obscure：perplexity C familiar：recognition D ostentatious：pride E tedious：engrossment 15、DISSECT：SPECIMEN A anesthetize：patient B lance：skin C parse：sentence D edit：draft E interpret：art 16、INSOUCIANT：WORRY A assiduous：equivocate B officious：meddle C quarrelsome：argue D pertinacious：yield E astute：study 28、LAG 11 A flatter B return C brighten D inflate E accelerate 29、AGAPE A closed B gentle C intent D vital E plain 30、HECKLE A whitewash B nominate C support verbally D blend seamlessly E incite rashly 31、DATED A precise B current C discrete D lively E inchoate 32、SCRIMP A decipher B lavish C gather D manifest E jettison 33、SCREEN A view subjectively B criticize unfairly C accept indiscriminately D conspire E convey 34、DASHING A punctilious B unsympathetic C caustic D bumpkinly E intractable 35、PARTIALITY A superficiality B generosity C extensiveness D impassiveness E disinterestedness 36、BENEFICENCE A cowardice B meanness C poverty D reclusiveness E anguish 37、REACTIONARY A intellectually idiosyncratic B economically deprived C socially desirable D culturally knowledgeable .
E politically progressive 38、TENDENTIOUS A straightforward B naï ve C effusive D whimsical E neutral SECTION 2 8、RELIABLE：FAIL A periodic：recur B buoyant：sink C malleable：bend D transitory：disappear E combustible：ignite 9、FENCE：LIVESTOCK A dike：water B ridge：canyon C sidewalk：street D shore：ocean E wall：house 10、REMNANT：RESIDUAL A annex：supplementary B conveyance：swift C degression：lengthy D surface：smooth E gift：welcome 11、CHARISMA：BORE A generosity：miser B deviousness：sneak C compassion：victim D recalcitrance：stalwart E skepticism：pedagogue 12、WILDNESS：FERAL A transiency：stable B gregariousness：territorial C copiousness：abundant D agitation：docile E terror：timid 13、GRUMBLE：DISCONTENT A warn：danger B correct：erroneousness C snub：envy D crow：exultation E decry：approbation 14、DEPLORABLE：REPROACH A venerable：denigration B redoubtable：respect C novel：duplication D ambiguous：obfuscation E creditable：verification 15、BUMBLE：GRACE A waver：certainty B fidget：motion C urge：willingness 12 D pester：annoyance E prevaricate：dishonesty 16、PANDEMIC：DISEASE A felony：crime B starvation：hunger C earthquake：tremor D conflagration：fire E rebellion：repression 28、MAGNITUDE： A flexibility B relevancy C necessity D imperfection E insignificance 29、DAB A coat thoroughly B proceed rashly C comprehend fully D mix vigorously E dry slowly 30、WILLY-NILLY A weighty B orderly C dismal D awkward E fluent 31、MAVERICK A evildoer B conformist C aristocrat D purist E listener 32、BARB A humble request B complimentary remark C sly maneuver D direct quote E formal promise 33、DEPENDABLE A fickle B feeble C carefree D vulnerable E disreputable 34、SCURRILITY A indolence B clarify C symmetry D negligence E decency 35、INCONTESTABLE A forthright B inviting C arbitrary D dubious E unfair 36、PAT .
(A) homogeneity 4． Despite the fact that the commission’s report treats a vitally important topic. (A) seldom……..turgid eagerly……. which turned to other forms of music such as rock and pop. (A) conviction……. the report will be-----------read because its prose is so---------that understanding it require an enormous effort..transparent 5． Carleton would still rank among the great----------------of nineteenth-century American art event if the circumstance of her life and career were less-------than they are.. but it-------jazz’s mass audience.. simplifies the tangle of relationships. the film lacks--------------: the director shuffles events. (A) celebrities………..embraces 13 (B) (C) (D) (E) preciosity symbolism buffoonery melodrama (B) (C) (D) (E) a troubled……. and -------------documentary truth for dramatic power.exaggerates verisimilitude…….ignominious (B) (C) (D) (E) expressiveness….sacrifices realism……….A strong B welcome C unrehearsed D broad E contradictory 37、HULL A branch B plateau C current SECTION 1 D kernel E partition 38、CONTUMACIOUS A salubrious B graceful C unnatural D frivolous E tractable 2006 年 6 月 GRE 笔试填空分析 1． Although Heron is well known for the broad comedy in the movies she has directed previously.alienated 3． The exhibition’s importance lies in its-----------: curators have gathered a diverse array of significant works from many different museums.refined a noble………pleased (B) (C) (D) (E) (B) (C) (D) (E) sophistry scope farsightedness insularity carefully…….seduced an ambiguous……….obscure 6． Although based on an actual event.one: bebop may have won jazz the right to be taken seriously as an art form. (A) a mixed…….aggrandized a valuable…….utilizes . her new film is less inclined to----------: the gags are fewer and subtler. (A) understatement 2． Bebop’s legacy is-----.pellucid little……….substitutes coherence……..prolix (B) (C) (D) (E) failures…….digressive widely……...illustrious charlatans……impeccable enigmas……mysterious success……….
demanding 2.enforced (D) in conflict with …..pointed up pruned……. (A) complete…….document pursuing…………seek eschewing……... were in business for 60 years before the federal government----------regulations.eased (B) faithful to…….realize understanding……..levied (C) reminiscent of……. he failed to----------it: the course was so------------that even professional runners struggled to finish. 3.formidable underestimate…. avoiding the ------------editorials that characterized other major papers of the time.justified condensed………exaggerated expanded………offset edited……. SECTION 2 1..7． When Adolph Ochs became the publisher of The New York Times.capricious cosmopolitan……. the Internet is arguably helping millions of spontaneous communities to bloom: communities defined by common interests rather than by the accident of-------------------.reap needing……. In linking geographically disparate people. for instance. because many national success stories suggest that far from -------------such reform.introduced (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) abstruse…. It is as if Woodward could not bear to leave anything out.short concede…….. 4. if he had-----------some of his material.timely (B) (C) (D) (E) win………manageable master……. the resulting increase in focus would have more than---------------any loss in comprehensiveness.. countries should be eager to -----------its benefits.. The hesitancy of many countries to embrace market reform is unfortunate.shrill argumentative…….compensated for implementing……. Contemporary lawmakers’ preoccupation with regulating the Internet is ----------the way lawmakers treated many young industries in the past. (A) antithetical to……….scholarly dispassionate……. 5.question 14 . Despite the fact that the amateur runner trained rigorously for six months before the race..tendentious whimsical….unusual (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) compatibility affluence reciprocity contemporaneousness proximity elaborated……. United States railroads..lifted (E) at odds with……. he endowed the paper with a uniquely--------------tone.
IMITABLE: EMULATION A. bank: audit B. DISENCHANT: ILLUSION A. canvass: support E. judge: defendant D. plaint: question C. library: read C. The profits that the corporation earns from the exclusive-supplier agreements with the universities are---------.6. reconnoiter: plan D. venerable: imitate C. choleric: soothe E. artlessness: canny 8. museum: adorn 10. suppress: confinement D. conformist: mislead E. novel: duplication C. counteract: trend E. SQUEAMISH: DISGUST A.. court: adjudicate D. baffle: doubt B. legislature: convene E.WREST::TAKE A. iniquity: vicious C. citizen: representative 9. appoint: desigrate B. principal: administrator E. forgetfulness: concerned B.. salvage: wreck C. opportunistic: challenge D. question: poll 9. distinguish: individuability C. foretell: omen B. composer: performer B. creditable: belief 11.. dictatorial: imposing 13. Despite the fact that the book’s title suggests---------. DISCOURTEOUS: OFFEND A. pursue: mutuality D. bemoan: regret 16.FORAGE::SUSTENANCE A. plummet: drop 15 . venerable: evaluation B. exempt: requirement 14. pupil: teacher C. STIGMATIZE: CONTEMPT A. tranquility: forbearing D. reiterate: redundancy E. (A) inexplicable……. inculpable: blame C.prescription (E) quackery……panacea 7. her book assessed all possible treatments of certain diseases without identifying any cures. TRENCHANCY: INSIPID A. mollify: alienation C. because the terms of agreements that they are inclined to protect the universities’ interests are generally----------. prolific: produce 15. tractable: manage B.ignored (E) surprising….enforced 8. QUEEN: MONARCH A.warning (D) expertise……. decorous: insult 12.flouted (B) unclear………. irascible: enrage D. SCHOOL: EDUCATE A. disreputable: admire D.publicized (C) predictable………. arrogance: brazen E. misrepresent: disbelief B. rather.scrutinized (D) declining……. imposing: daunt B. the author is not a charlatan claiming to offer a ----------. flexible: fortification E. ACCESSIBLE: APPROACH A. contrite: apologize B. irascible: defuse D. illustrious: laud E.nostrum (C) hyperbole…. (A) fraud……critique (B) sincerity…….
paucity of meaning 28. LEVERAGE A. passing B. move clumsily 37. licence: driver D. derisive: pride C. WEASEL A.IMMORTALIZE <>assign to oblivious / consign to oblivion 35. corruption: bribery 13. investment: accumulation E. charter: establish D. HIERARCHICAL <>unranked 29. SERRATION <>smoothness 33. amorous : pleasure 28. truculent: belligerence D. avoid 29. superficial: vacuity D. VERBIAGE A. speak terseness B. OBSTREPEROUS::RESTRAINT A. penitent: pity E. adversarial: envy B. partake 30.inept: competence 15. ambitious: achievement C. SOLICITOUS::CONCERN A. obscure B. authoritative: competence E. penurious: influence B. guileless: cunning D.TRADEMARK::MANUFACTURER A. attentive: oblivious C. ABSTAIN A. FUSTY::FRESH A. plebeian: prestige 14. inefficient C. badge: sheriff C.FREQUENT A. reclusive B. combative: aggressive B. enigmatic: coherency 16. airing 38. belligerent: rancor C.exacting: ambition E. imperious: confidence B. dubious: unsure 11. biased: partiality E. anticipation: foresight C. ELUCIDATE A. IMPROMPTU <>planned 16 . remove B.gregarious: graciousness D. ECLIPSE::PROMINENCE A. speak frankly B. fatuity C. SHIFTY::STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS A. UNBUTTONED A. scepter: monarch B. seal: signatory 12. lack of power B. lack of focus 31. bankruptcy: solvency B. prim 34. propel C. signature: signatory E. hinder 分析： 阐明清楚的反义词显然是 （A） ， 弄模糊。 36.FRUGAL::STINGY A. favorable: expedience B. ADVENT A. lenient: lax D.C. prolific: abundance C. dissipation: extravagance D. informed: astute E. tear: separate 10. REDEEM <>corruptible 32. perplex B. cite: quote E.
mastermind C. egalitarian. recognize. legendary D. limited. A.Even by the company’s own standards of ____，Its early years were extremely _____: it manufactured as many as three million appliances a month during that three-year period. spoilsport D. perfection.. transcend C. in demand E. out of favor 3.. dictated C. A.. NONCHALANCE <>concern 32.. QUANDARY A. In the nineteenth century... CREDULITY <>没有记忆下来…… SECTION 2 1. evaluate.. numerous B. MINION A. meager B. UNACCOUNTABLE A. explicable 38.. certitude 35. valuable . literary. disappointing B. A common misconception is that linguists are concerned only with the origin and development of languages.Writers typically do not ____ the great visual artists of their own generation: for Courbet.. enriched by B. disputatious. the biographer’s life of Christina Stead is ___ many undigested and discursive excerpts from Stead’s fiction and private papers. premonition C. ungainly B. succinct. direct E. unattractive D. do not ___ the subject. censured D. scant.padded with D. artistic. Traditional Navajo concepts of government are ___.. ethics. democratic.. patriarchal. SKETCH <>describe at length 33. frame B. deprecate. insincere 17 36... A. censured B. enacted 7. decisions are arrived at through consensus rather than ___ by a single authority. efficiency.. remarkable…unknow D. 4. illuminate 5... A. somber D. stingy 34.. aristocratic. extravagant D. but these topics. prescribed B. ALLURING <>repulsive 31. A. lionized C.30. optimist 37.. zealot B.. distrusful 2006 年 10 月 GRE 填空 E. wearisome C. success. devious B. multifaceted . qualification E. the poet offered ___ praise. compendious . conscientious 2... composers exhibiting ____ skill found themselves ____ as writers by periodicals that afforded them an opportunity to earn money and to make their views about music known. . convey D. unstinting C. laggard E.. legislated E. The architecture critic perceived as ironic . slight. considered by many to be the greatest painter of Baudelaire’s time. hierarchical. precise C. FETCHING A.. financial. though they constitute an important part of linguistics.. CHIVALROUS A. discredited by E. inauspicious E. studded with 6. admire. reticent E. omission B. characteristic C. profitability. productive D. A. presumption D. uninformed E. enhanced by C. exhaust E. ungenerous C. Far from being a ___ portrait of the writer.
tolerate… inhospitable 4.DISCORDANT::SOUND (A)antagonistic :position (B)disrespectful :authority (C)constricted :view (D)abrupt :movement (E)malodorous :scent 13. Carabelli was clearly the most ___. desirous of E. The science of astronomy was begun by amateurs and today remains dependent on their contributions. A. scorn B. cognizant of C. create… enervating D. moderate… cautious E.KILOMETER::DISTANCE (A)hue :color (B)compass :direction (C)watt :unit (D)pitch :volume (E)pound :weight 10. A. confront… energetic B.PLUMMET::FALL (A)push :slide (B)force . Some believe that the tradition of holding elections on Tuesday was established to restrict voting to truly serious voters. reactionary… progressive D. supported D. anticipation C. Cultural change is seldom truly ___: successive periods overlap. mastery D. significant… dramatic 6. which are incisive by virtue of being ___ by the a prior assumption that often vitiate the work of professional research scientists A. since Tuesday in rural communities was when people were most likely to be in town. enraged by D. apathy D.LAUD::APPROBATION (A)congratulate :triumph (B)petition : permissim (C)deny :austerity (D)protect :solicitude . convenience C. Of all the professor’s various mentors.coax (C)repel :resist (D)descend :land (E)swerve :turn 11. partisanship 3.TONGS::GRASPING (A)scissors :sharpening (B)telephone :wiring (C)reel :winding (D)knot :snarling (E)cup :stirring 9. unencumbered C. renunciation Section 4 1. contradicted E. A. straight forward… ragged 18 B. it ranks very low on the scale of pro-business attitudes: local entrepreneurs have a remarkable ability to ___ an ___ atmosphere here. In many cities mass-transit delays occur so frequently that patrons have finally become ___them and have simply adjusted their schedules accordingly. overlook… enthusiastic E. idealistic E. overzealous… inflexible 5. radical… extremist B. since it was he who fundamentally shaped the professor’s now highly regarded research approach. avoidance E. Although the metropolitan area boasts more small businesses than any other region in the state. visible… manifest E.the fact that one of the first buildings to deviate from the Modernist architecture on the campus was designed by an architectural firm renowned for its ___ of that aesthetic. Although the politician was basically conservative in her views.ITINERARY::JOURNEY (A)template :approximation (B)decision :recommendation (C)outline :plot (D)blueprint :drawing (E)weight :balance 12. inured to 8. progress is ___. characterized B. elitism B. A. A. committed to B. excuse… invigorating C. favoritism E. benign… uneven C. unethical 2. inspired 7. and within a prevailing climate of opinion there can be innumerable variations A. exacting D. she was not ___: her positions on certain issues could even be called ___. dogmatic… hidebound C. influential C. complex… volatile D. circumspect B. A. but in fact ___ was the original idea behind Tuesday voting.
stream (D)index: table (E)grove: tree 13.MILL::GRINDING (A)mirror: magnifying (B)piano: tuning (C)camera: lighting (D)scissors: cutting (E)pencil: copying 10.APOLOGIST::DEFEND (A)citizen :govern (B)leader :respect (C)patron :support (D)reader :publish (E)sleeper :snore 15.SUBMERGE::BUOYANT (A)thaw: thermal (B)repel: magnetic (C)sensitize: delicate (D)agitate: effervescent (E)bend: rigid 14.PEDANT::LEARNING (A)illusionist: misdirection (B)dilettante: commitment (C)renegade: allegiance (D)martinet: discipline (E)hack: writing 16.DIATRIBE::ABUSE (A)encomium: imitation (B)satire: cruelty (C)prologue: explanation (D)citation: reference (E)burlesque: mockery 1)NULLIFICATION A validation B compensation C intercession D quantification E illumination 2)INSTILL A come close B press down C remove D encroach E truncate 3)INEPT A proficent B thoroughly C inordinately D pensive E stable 4)RESONANT A commonplace B peripheral C muffled D outdated E lurid 5)THWART A collude B straighten C centralize D assuage E enable 6)ADULATION A ridicule B cowardice C somber affect D lack of ambition E state of denial 7)TEDIOUS A straightforward B interesting C conspicuous .REPORTER::JOURNALISM (A)broker: commercialism (B)actor: imagination (C)mathematician: ingenuity (D)commentator: interpretation (E)doctor: medicine 9.HAUGHTY::SUPERCILIOUSNESS 19 (A)punctilious: timidity (B)indecisive:obscurity (C)forthright: unctuousness (D)callous: fractiousness (E)conciliatory: amenability 15.PANTRY::COMESTIBLES (A)closet: shelves (B)vault: valuables (C)laboratory: experiments (D)office: files (E)museum: patrons 11.EDIBLE::EAT (A)melodious: hear (B)tangible: shape (C)potable: drink (D)insipid: taste (E)toxic: breathe 12.(E)commiserate :sympathy 14.EXEMPLAR::EMULATE (A)archetype :represent (B)artifact :conceal (C)faç :reveal ade (D)policy :review (E)goal :attain 8.CHORD::NOTE (A)ode: poem (B)flower: stem (C)river.CELL::CONFINEMENT (A)forum :conciliation (B)library :classification (C)proscenium :improvisation (D)intersection :transport (E)rostrum :oration 16.
D intricate E highly prominent 8)ACCOLADE A blunder B denunciation C incisive comment D rule violation E deliberate act 9)INERT A balanced B weighty C extraneous D fast moving E observable 10)COLLUDE A structure tightly B contribute freely C present clearly D act independently E assess objectively 11) FRIABLE A difficult to contain B resistant to pulverizing C hard to persuade D tangible E intractable 1) FREQUENT A stay away from B find fault with C make amends for D take offense at E be disappointed in 2) CALIBERATED A demagnetized B bifurcated C reduplicated D unverified E unstandardized 3) CALCIFY A sever B concentrate C make unacceptable D become malleable E decrease in size 4) HARBOR A excoriate Section 1 1. in contrast.characters and story lines that have dominated the musical stage for years. The Broadway musical business is apparently ---innovation and experimentation: it ---.in human behavior. ---. A.their interests and behaving accordingly. other explanations posits that people act logically. skilled in… employs D. unpredictability … ignoring C. oblivious … avoids B. selfishness … assuming B. eager for … seeks C. A. Some theories of why election results in democracies sometimes seem perverse rest on the idea that there is an intrinsic ---. ratiocination … analyzing .averse to … recycles 2.famous for … generates 20 B infringe C restrict D refuse to leave E fail to shelter 5) EFFERVESCE A grow old B appear close C function unpredictably D be flat E be diluted 6) CONDENSED A discontinuous B inexplicit C unabridged D ponderous E excessive 7) IRIDESCENT A inflammable B convoluted C reflexive D ornate E monochromatic 8) PROFUSE A opposing B critical C insistent D stinting E ambiguous 9) TEMPER A erode B induce C disperse D aggravate E alternate 10) GALL A condone B inform C revere D appease E capitulate 11) HUSBAND A devalue B receive C squander D deny E overtake 2007 年 10 月 GRE 填空 E.
Traditional Chinese culture opposed music performed solely for entertainment. meaning … misconstrued E.resilience … underrated 6. many real______ accrue to those who enter into such relations. inhibiting…. more probably.accelerating…. may seem ---. independent C. A. he was ______ the ceremony and was anxious to get on with the launch. conflated D. promoting….irrationality … calculating 3. unrealistic D. A. A.impulsivity…thwarting E. causality flows in the opposite direction.contradicted 3. injudicious B. unmixed……advantages C. Although the diverse local idioms of English in England are not as strong as they once were. A. over utilize 7. Although many genuine friendships are entered into only out of pure goodwill ______ with selfish considerations. rearranging 21 B. their ______ has been ______: television and radio are not the homogenizing forces that they were once thought to be. colorfulness … muted D. inspecting C. blocking… store D. substantiate … implausible C. insensate E. excitable B. A.D.rosy … enumerates 4. malleable D. composed of fictitious correspondence between its characters. honored with E. in the past. caustic … downplays C. naive … exposes E.possible … ineluctable E. doubtless. accordingly. not the gender. unsure of D. grateful E. A. exempt from B. A. A. modify … irreproachable B. privy to D. This writer of fiction believed that the novelist should not ______ the narrative. confused……consequences E. During the speeches preliminary to the ship’s launching. An epistolary novel. disguised……deficits D. harsh … exaggerates D. China’s musical entertainers were. iniquitous C.to the contemporary reader who writes few letters and who may doubt that anyone could have such incessant recourse to the pen.conscientious 7. and . A. preoccupied with E.impatient with 2. demonstrated C. Although not all the women in the group identified themselves as feminists. lose E. variety … diminished B. disseminate … capricious E. The research committee urged the professor to ______ his claim that he was on the verge of an important discovery. modifying… alter C. A. ______ a low social status. challenged B. dire … preventable B. predetermined …inevitable D. A.superfluous 6. promote … ambitious D. its designer’s expression was pensive and his stare distant. relegated to C. What the two sociologists have in common is a claim that their respective predictions describe____ outcomes: each scholar believes the developments he anticipates are ----.scornful of 5. since he had made several ______ assertions in the past. global … negligible C.waste B. their lives______ their shared belief that men and women were equal and that the accomplishments. during which a plant can____ much of the energy it needs to grow. Researchers say that methanol can boost the growth of plants by___ a natural process known as photorespiration. importance … exaggerated C.her failures.unalloyed……attractions 1. Some suggest that students who are granted privileges receive them because their teachers wish to make the students______. fraught……benefits B. in that teachers are likely to grant privileges to diligent students. of an individual mattered. verify … valid 4. undermined E.momentous … foreseeable 5. The book’s account of the governors’ term in office is too uniformly____ to be persuasive: it overlooks her many accomplishments and ---. encomiastic …analyzes B.
UNDERSTANDING A. FICKLENESS A.overlook: anonymity C. preconceive B. Unscrupulous B. Cause anxiety about C. pervasive: scattered C. Engage readily 37. Be transitory D. A.dramatist: writing 28.EUPHEMISM: OFFENSIVE A. Distinguish B. Seem outlandish B. Strictness D. Straight 30. Favorably impressed D. reverie: predict B.desiccated: moisture C.conciliation: appeasing 16. Finished B.renegade: allegiance 22 E. Overcome easily E.metaphor: poetic C. Actively pursued E. Overwrought E. Minimal D.dandy: dress C.that such inconspicuousness on the part of the author would preserve the illusion of reality. RAMPANT A. Steadfastness 34. Innovative B. irremediable: harmful 10.electrified: magnetism 12.gullibility: incredulous 14. Avoid risk D.erase: obsolete B. Disclose C. Single-minded B. Willful C.tolerance: biased B. Endure without complaint B. Disrupt D. Authenticity B.redundancy: instructive E. Exacting D. Winsome 36. Sincerity C.outlaw: illegal 15. DEFRAY .enjoin: inevitable E.granulated: sweetness B. Truculent 32. SUBSTANTIATE A. Rebellious D. CARP A.forestall: outdated C.dilettante: allegiance D.imperiousness: hostile E. agonize over E. unoccupied: empty D.obeisance: deferential D. Internal C. Incorruptible C. tablet: blank B.rhetoric: persuasive B. wall: smooth C.charlatan: trickery B.coarsen: texture 13. interminable: lengthy E. Lacking in clarity D. Distance E. hesitation: hasten E. fathomless: comprehensible B.machination: plot D. Be disadvantageous 35.equivocation: candid D. BULGE: PROTUBERANT A. REMINISCENCE: RECOLLECTION A. Staunchly defended 31.spike: pointed 9. GROUNDLESS A.DISLOCATE: POSITION A. minimize C. regret: undo 11.imprison: isolation B. Limited in extent E. ASKEW A. Meddlesome E. quandary: resolve C.DEFIANCE: RESISTANT A. E. hasten D. Austerity E. Discredit 29. Investigate thoroughly C. OBEDIENT A.ENERVATED: STRENGTH A. Justified C.OBVIATE: UNNECESSARY A.inoculated: viability E. Artificial E.thwart: unappealing D.vanity: diffident C. Unsympathetic C.PEDANT: LEARNING A. BEHOOVE A. angle: measured E.perforated: discreteness D. Thorough in treatment 33. INFINITE: LARGE A. obtrude into 8. scratch: jagged D. Abrupt B.condole: value D.
.) (B) honeybees are incapable of purposely raising hive temperatures (C) A. apis present 27. Linger E. A recent study revealed that honeybees responsible for hive-temperature maintenance purposely raised the hives’ temperature when colonies were inoculated with A. According to the passage. (D) Larvae fail to develop symptoms of the disease when their brood –comb temperature remains within the normal range. a probable conclusion of the researchers would have been that (A) up-regulation of temperature is a preventative measure against chalk brood 说 明升温是保护性措施. (E) Infected larvae exhibit visible symptoms of disease for a significant time before death.confused by .A.. (C) The infection is more likely to affect larvae in winter than in spring..excited by E admiration.disdainful of C knowledge. (和上述说法取反后 不同吧. Hinder C. apis cannot be completely eradicated through up-regulation of temperature along (D) honeybee larvae have a mechanism to alert adult honeybees to the presence of A.apis.” or up-regulation of temperature.enthusiastic over B contempt. However. researchers concluded that fever in honeybee colonies Section1 1. Hasten D.. larvae must be chilled to about 30° (normal brood-comb C temperature is 33-36° for the disease to C) develop. suggesting that the response is preventative and that either honeybee workers detect the infection before symptoms are visible or larvae communicate the ingestion of the pathogen. Since one of Professor Roche's oft-repeated adages was that familiarity leads to ___. chalk brood is most common in spring and in small colonies. as well as that the fever does not result merely from normal colony growth (i. Demur D.. which of the following is true of chalk brood infection among honeybee larvae？ (A) Larvae in small colonies are more likely to pass the infection to adult honeybees than are larvae in large ones. 08 年 6 月 GRE A love. an increase in the number of workers available for temperature maintenance). 24. his students were quite surprised to find him so ___Return of the Native. this “fever. Incur E.e. Insult 短文章 Ingestion of food containing spores of the pathogen Ascosphaera apis causes a fatal fungal disease known as chalk brood in honeybee larvae. HEED A. occurred before any larvae died. Promote C. According to the passage. a novel he had taught for over 30 years. The passage implies that if hive temperature had not returned to normal by the end of the study in question...(答 非所问). 23 ispreventative because their study showed that such fever (A) does not occur when hive temperatures are within normal range 该行为不发生在蜂 房 温 度 (B) protests adult bees from contracting chalk brood infection 防止成年 蜜蜂接触感染.(升温的 (C) occurs prior to the death of any larvae 在任何幼虫死亡之 前发生. (D) is more likely to occur in spring than in summer (E) does not have an effect on uninfected broods 对于没有感染的蜜蜂没有影响. apis (E) honeybee larvae may benefit from increased hive temperature even when there is no A. 26. Accordingly.. The primary purpose of the passage is to (A) discuss the findings and implications of a particular study (B) illustrate a process that formerly had been misunderstood (C) outline the methods used to investigate a problem (D) provide evidence to support a controversial theory (E) contrast alternative interpretations of certain date 25. Repair B. (B) Infection with chalk brood induces larvae to raise their hive’s temperature.. Entrust 38..conversant with D boredom.. Flout B. suggesting that increased temperature is not optimal when broods are not infected. Temperature returned to normal by the end of the study.
but lately this assumption of intellectual superiority has come under increasingly skeptical scrutiny: most researchers now at least ___ the notion that some animals can think. AMNESIA: A hyperactivity B discipline C suspicion D retentiveness . A logically…ridicule B unique…entertain C scarcely…embrace D quintessentially…balk at E peculiarly…scoff at 3. Powerful as they are. politicians are ___:they are considerably less enduring than the organizations in which they function. A accusatory B altruistic C mournful D simplistic E humble 4. A an enduring B an ambiguous C a coherent D an obtrusive E a discrete 5. but at other times it seems to stand for everything in nature that is serenely beautiful. STOKE:FUEL:: A garnish: decoration B simulate: imitation C radiate: steam D cook: nutrient E propel: height 13. Chavez’ account of her supervisors’ ___ decision making belies the agency’s image as little more than ___ bureaucracy. A dispersion…excluded B synthesis…rejected C creation…investigated D recovery…condoned E genesis…established 6. Despite their extensive efforts to determine the mode of oil ___. Compared with their parties. In her love the sea is ___ symbol: to the narrator it clearly represents everything that is destructive in nature. scientists still have not ___ the process by which oil is produced. RESHAPE:FORM:: A rehash: meaning B reprint: content C reconstitute: flavor D rebuff: question E remove: location 28. FIXTURE:PERMANENCE:: A hoax: fraudulence B specter: solidity C warning: earnestness D goal: achievement E setback: promotion 10. the ___ songs the artist is best known for might sting more and have even greater emotional complexity if one felt that his criticisms were aimed at himself as well as at his unnamed foes. METICULOUSNESS:CURSORY:: A conscientiousness: hesitant B condescension: arrogant C indolence: dilatory D geniality: acrimonious E malice: devious 15. FIR:TREE:: A wool: fiber 24 B pore: skin C lawn: grass D color: hue E board: log 9.2. A ubiquitous B autonomous C fickle D immutable E transitory 7. USURPATION:POWER:: A theft: property B restoration: quality C admonition: duty D escape: bondage E discourse: language 11. Reason was once believed to be ___ human. A cautious…a staid B ill-informed…a disorganized C reckless…an incompetent D systematic…a methodical E headlong…a timorous 8. UNWITTING:AWARENESS:: A pernicious: foresight B clever: calculation C sincere: duplicity D unprecedented: confidence E ill-considered: spontaneity 12. GROW:THRIVE:: A receive: acquire B indicate : signify C oversee: supervise D hearten: encourage E move: bustle 14. REMONSTRATE:DETER:: A procrastinate: hasten B concede: vanquish C defer: intimidate D prevaricate: mislead E reconcile: oppose 16.
AUTOMATIC A invariable B final C voluntary D mobile E silent 32. and despair. Tuberculosis has long been ___ and ____ disease: for thousands of years. RESOLUTE A incorrect B dishonest C wavering D prudish E plentiful 33. The writer has gained such popularity with his readers that even his inanities are now considered ___. Throughout the artist’s work there runs a thread of psychic darkness strong enough to unnerve the most jaded sensibility: even her drawings from the comparatively ___ months of her visit to Rome ___ violence secrecy. DOUSE A ignite B attain C assist D inflate E repet 36. FEALTY A grandioquence 25 B disillusionment C nefariousness D perfidy E sloth Section2 1. INCREDULITY A generosity B discretion C sincerity D faith E mundanity 38. DRIFT A expose B undermine C wane D last long E hold fast 31. CANONIZE A alienate B pacify C debase D discourage E delude 37. occupation. SAGA A allegory B anecdote C epistle D philippic E prologue 35.E creativity 29. unemotional denominations of the 1830s and 1840s. REASSERT A discomfit B relieve C recant D elude E purloin 34. A charismatic…cultivation of B reserved…attraction to C well-known…disdain for D conservative…appeal for E empathetic…distrust of 4. the renewal of religious fervor and the necessity of competing with more ___ clerics inevitably led to a greater ___ ministerial showmanship. class. ENDEAVOR A remain free B give back C lack energy D fail to attempt E agree to accept 30. Even among the staid. A puerile B imperturbable C cosmopolitan D inscrutable E obdurate 6. He found his new acquaintance to be ___ :trying to understand her personality was like peering into an unknown dimension. A straightforward B illuminating C severe D well researched E perplexing 2. its symptoms and effects are ___. it has continued to afflict humankind without regard for sex. or race. A tranquil…emanate B morbid…convey C languid…eschew D disturbed…express E felicitous…shun 3. A vacuous B tedious . A an unremitting…selective B an unpredictable…limitable C a sporadic…capricious D a relentless…egalitarian E a virulent…preventable 5. by contrast. The cause of the disease is fairly simple and has been understood for over a century.
LOCK:SECURE:: A drapery: suspend B hinge: tighten C door: close D cable: coil E tarpaulin: protect 13. FRIGHTEN:TERRIFY:: A lure: entice B refuse: deny C conceal: hide D forgive: pardon E anger: infuriate 11. COVERT A informal B undisguised C unmerciful D varied E servile 31.Cspeculative D allusive E trenchant 7. GROUNDLESS:SUBSTANTIATION:: A incredible: plausibility B germane: cogency C artless: ingenuousness D grave: sobriety E forthright: truthfulness 14. BADGER:BOTHER:: A aggrieve: injure B haunt: remember C quibble: argue D censure: evaluate E importune: beg 28. DEXTERITY A lack of skill B lack of freedom C uniformity D honesty E stubbornness 33. PROPOSAL:ADOPT:: A request: grant B legislation: amend C rebuff: conciliate D authorization: control E license: revoke 10. PREVALENCE A rareness B narrowness C suitability D durability E inequality 30. OAF A sophisticate B maverick C ascetic D diplomat E executive 34. DORMANT A complex B caustic C vigorous D alien E flexible 29. SECEDE A act decisively B interfere frequently C unite with D fail . DISK:FLAT:: A liquid: viscous B angle:wide C orb: spherical D mineral: valuable E vapor: noxious 9. The biographer’s intense emotional involvement with his subject did not ___ objectivity. THRONG:DENSENESS:: A caricature: exaggeration B travesty: acclaim C morsel: bulk D emulsion: purity E morass: unity 15. A preclude…disinterested B encourage…fair C impede…partisan D advance…pragmatic E admit…reasonable 8. GRUFFNESS:CONVIVIAL:: A complacency: unwary 26 B truculence: vicious C flippancy: earnest D erudition: urbane E despondency: hopeless 16. CORRESPOND A be attractive B be incongruous C lack emotion D become safe E state weakly 32. VACCINATE:DISEASE:: A operate: recovery B suture: healing C diagnose: treatment D anesthetize: sensation E amputate: therapy 12. OBLIGING A enforced B taboo C amusing D remorseful E grudging 35. since the passionate engagement fostered deep knowledge that was ultimately necessary for truly ___ judgment.
.. UNDETERRED A evasive B adaptable C cunning D persuaded E daunted 37. obstacles to...resented by E..concord C.. The feminist poet's extremely explicit and witty diatribes against social convention were so thoroughly___ other writers that her idiosyncratic brand of rebellion eventually became the convention of her time.recant .advertise.flout..ceding 6..... irritants to......unsophisticated B.. signals of .attaining E.barriers to .falsify C..supported B.. FITFUL A inappropriate B indulgent C irksome Dcontinuous E enigmatic 08 年 10 月 GRE 真题 D..counter E.conflict E..marginality.occupying B.delineate D. the reporter briefly considered remaining quiet....slow D..created D..superiority . the resident ironically soon began to employ the very dictatorial power that he had once ___ A.exacting E.debate D......E veto 36. Although sermons retained their___ in religious life during most of the twentieth century. A.eliminate B.inimical to B. scientists therefore intend to try to ____these processes in order to prevent future damage to the ecosystem A.recognized 2. they are gradually ___that central places as churches devote more energy to social activities..temperamental D...preempting C.downplay B. then quickly resolved that she would not ____her personal views merely for the sake of ____ A.versatile 3. A..advocated E. The studies executive lamented the fact that experts who had tried to_____the reasons why movies succeed or fail commercially had encountered great difficulty in producing mathematical models that could accurately predict the future of unreleased movies.stature.alien to C.. emulated by D... A.exacerbate C...facilitate 7.misunderstood by 5.role. The same environmental process that long ago caused the original degradation of forest ecosystem are acting as___its rehabilitation.losing 27 C costly D muted E lacking substance 38..misrepresent.circumvent E. A.promote 8、GUARD : VIGIANCE (A) pundit : obduracy (B) author : prolixity (C) comedian : topicality (D) gardener : fertility (E) acrobat : agility 9、DISGUSTING : REVULSION (A) soothing : vexation (B) stimulating : invigoration (C) derisive : goodwill (D) affirmative : gratitude (E) acrimonious : pity 10、POINTER : ADVICE (A) ultimatum : blandish (B) invitation : entertain (C) caveat : warn (D) waiver : require (E) rebuff : imitate 11、DEFLATE : BOYANCY (A) scrutinize : clarity .conventional C... precursors to . GARISH A fully healed B minute Section 1 1.Initially a defender of democratic rules ...suppress.posterity B..preeminence . Because of the likelihood that her new colleague would not approve of her political opinions..condemned C.affability 4. The artist was quite___: he not only painted portraits and illustrated books but also designed furniture and monuments.
Conundrum . immature organism do something that seems so likely to endanger it by __ predators? A. outwiting C. drawing D. Puzzle . startling E. repelling 2. attracting B. Juvenal's satires __ a change . Given .The noisy begging of a brood of baby birds is a __ to biologist : why would any helpless.(B) terminate : closure (C) distend : discomfort (D) different : singularity (E) neutralize : effectiveness 12、STYLUS : INCISE (A) document : read (B) look : store (C) stomp : imprint (D) seed : sow (E) fabric : weave 13、FOREWORD : INTRODUCE (A) alarm : threaten (B) denial : allege (C) rehearsal : perform (D) appellation : designate (E) condolence : dispirit 14、FISCAL : FINANCE (A) political : law (B) pedagogical : teaching (C) therapeutic : disease (D) artistic : painting (E) experimental : science 15、DISCOURTESY : IMPOLITE (A) debacle : disastrous (B) reunion : festive (C) request : urgent (D) revival : welcome (E) compliment : sincere 16、OBSTREPEROUS : CONTROL (A) pretentious : annoy (B) successful : criticize (C) rash : admonish (D) cowardly : intimidate (E) resolute : dissuade 28、NOCTURNAL (A) living at sea (B) active by day (C) communal (D) immune (E) vegetarian 29、GRUELING (A) common (B) unchallenging (C) traditional (D) sensitive (E) disorganized 30、UNSUBSTANTIATED (A) permeable (B) excessive (C) confirmed (D) supplementary (E) interchangeable 31、GLACIAL (A) critical (B) innocent (C) abnormal 28 (D) honest and dependable (E) warm and friendly 32、DISQUIET (A) fortitude (B) gratitude (C) tranquility (D) dominance (E) longevity 33、DIVISIVE (A) unifying (B) complete (C) restrictive (D) intrinsic (E) uncertain 34、HEATED (A) incisive (B) cogent (C) meandering (D) remorseful (E) tempered 35、SERAPHIC (A) brittle (B) insipid (C) fiendish (D) immaculate (E) committed 36、GAMBOL (A) ascertain (B) conserve (C) slog (D) prune (E) burrow 37、AFFECTAQTION (A) inarticulateness (B) hubris (C) staidness (D) ingenuousness (E) reticence 38、PROBITY (A) timidity (B) sagacity (C) impertinence (D) deviousness (E) uncertainty Section 3 1. Paradox . While still__. Signal .
Abhor.Compassionate.Tantamount.Pessimistic. glamorous C. Upon reality that the indicators of a stressful situation can be extremely__.Sardonic.Well-documented D. shallow B. most of the work rules and procedures she implemented were relatively__ A. avoid B.Ancillary. leaving__ space for treatment of heat of the topic.Doleful.Relish.bysterious D. intoxicating E. scant D.Complement.Cerebral.laxity B.compensatory E.of tone and some touches of human hardness. A.Innocuous B. levity D.Contrary to the manager's draconian reputation.Onerous D.Embittered. Subtle C. The chief flaw of the work is that it dwell too long to matters that are__ to its main subject. A.Romantic.Persistent 4.Frenetic. as though he had found some consolation at last. equivalent C. disproportinate B.Exaggerated E.Punctilious C.The__ activity that usually accompanies annual conventions of professional scholars is in ill keeping with the__ and order befitting earnest intellectual endeavor A.gravity C. For all the scathing precision within the lines of social aspirants and moneyed folk.Disdain. the writer appears to__ being part of the world she makes seem so__ A. A. show C. the psychologist reconsidered his claim that a reliable way to reduce stress is to recognize stressful situations and then avoid them.Germane.Savor. sobriety 7. display D. inade 5.Transparent E.Integral.Frivolous.Uncomplicated 8、HEAL : ILL (A) decipher : unintelligible (B) hinder : inventive (C) engross : impassion 29 (D) flatter : proud (E) illustrate : complex 9、AQUARIUM : FISH (A) field : flowers (B) reef : coral (C) arboretum : trees (D) planetarium : stars (E) terrarium : soil 10、SURREPTITIOUS : SECRECY (A) perilous : danger (B) altruistic : candor (C) dubious : credulity (D) judicious : severity (E) chaotic : despair 11、ARCHIPELAGO : ISLAND (A) estuary : stream (B) reservoir : lake (C) range : mountain (D) woods : forest (E) ravine : valley 12、GLIDE : EFFORT (A) circumvent : impediment (B) slant : incline (C) sprint : speed (D) slog : perseverance (E) wander : purpose 13、BRAGGART : BOAST (A) critic : complain (B) ruffian : tease (C) cynic : brood (D) perfectionist : dominate (E) sycophant : fawn 14、ALOOF : RESERVE (A) sluggish : torpor (B) repressive : modesty (C) strained : diplomacy (D) ominous : intrigue (E) recondite : stiffness 15、VERIFICATION : ACCURACY (A) amplification : sound (B) distillation : impurity (C) acquisition : resource (D) measurement : magnitude (E) judgment : experience 16、EVANESCENT : PERMANENCE (A) inestimable : value (B) impulsive : justification (C) tolerable : comfort (D) archaic : currency (E) rigid : smoothness 28、INCOMPREHENSION (A) appropriateness (B) capability (C) amiability (D) openness (E) understanding .erudite.instafferate 6. embrace 3. escape E.Hopeful.dilettantism E. Acute B.
29、ANNUL (A) stir (B) depress (C) equal (D) declare valid (E) treat roughly 30、MONOPLIZE (A) regulate (B) assist (C) multiply (D) share (E) fulfill 31、DRUDGERY (A) intensity (B) formality (C) virtuous behavior (D) loyal service (E) gratifying labor 32、NAIVE (A) attractive (B) awkward (C) convincing (D) aged (E) cunning 33、FARCICAL (A) serious (B) stylized (C) sympathetic (D) popular (E) untainted 34、LANKY (A) easygoing (B) ordinary (C) unbiased (D) formless (E) squat 35、AUGMENT (A) duplicate (B) demote (C) loose (D) recycle (E) reduce 36、ABASE (A) liberate (B) ennoble (C) defy (D) purify (E) destabilize 37、LUGUBRIOUS (A) diffident (B) sprightly (C) austere (D) pedantic (E) ambitious 38、COMMODIOUS (A) stiff 30 (B) straight (C) snug (D) inefficient (E) uncooperative Seciotn1 Key: BEBCCDC BBCECAECCDD Section2 KEY: ADBCABA EDDEEAEEBBC EBCECDBAE ACACEEADD .
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