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2015年公共英语等级(PETS5)考前提分模考(1)

资格证之王发布于 2016-12-21 12:08
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外语类->公共英语

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Section II Use of English (15 minutes)
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Section III Reading Comprehension (50 minutes) 其中,第66-70题,每题2分。
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Section Ⅳ Writing (40 minutes)
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第一部分:Section II Use of English (15 minutes) (共1道题) 展开全部
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根据以下材料,回答各j题。
You may say that the business of marking books is going to slow down your reading. (31)__________ probablywill. That's one of the (32) __________ for doing it. Most of us have been taken in by the notion that speed of(33) __________ is a measure of our intelligence. There is (34) __________such things as the right (35) __________ forintelligent reading.Some things should be (36)__________ quickly and effortlessly, and some should be read(37)__________and even laboriously.The sign of intelligence (38)__________ reading is the ability to read(39)__________ things differently according to their worth. In the (40)__________ of good books, the point is not to seehow many of them can you get through, (41) __________ how many can you get through them--how many you can(42) __________your own. A few friends are (43) __________ than a thousand acquaintances. If this be your goal,(44)__________it should be, you will not be impatient if it takes more time and effort to read a great book than a news-paper (45)__________.
You may have another objection to (46) __________books. You can't lend them to your friends (47)__________nobody else can read them (48)__________being distracted by your notes. What's more, you won't want to lendthem because a (49) __________ copy is a kind of intellectual diary, and (50) __________ it is almost like giving yourmind away.
If your friend hopes to read your Shakespeare, or The Federalist Papers, tell him, gently but firmly, to buy acopy. You will lend him your car or your coat--but your books are as much a part of you as your head or yourheart.
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第二部分:Section III Reading Comprehension (50 minutes) 其中,第66-70题,每题2分。 (共5道题) 展开全部
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Text 1
Gene therapy and gene based drugs are two ways we could benefit from our growing mastery of genetic science.
But there will be others as well. Here is one of the remarkable therapies on the cutting edge of genetic research thatcould make their way into mainstream medicine in the coming years.
While it' s true that just about every cell in the body has the instructions to make a complete human, most ofthose instructions are inactivated, and with good reason: the last thing you want for your brain cells is to start chur-ning out stomach acid or your nose to turn into a kidney. The only time cells truly have the potential to turn into anyand all body parts is very early in a pregnancy, when so-called stem cells haven' t begun to specialize.
Yet this untapped potential could be a terrific boon to medicine. Most diseases involve the death of healthycells--brain cells in Alzheimer' s, cardiac cells in heart disease, pancreatic cells in diabetes, to name a few; if doc-tors could isolate stem cells, then direct their growth, they might be able to furnish patients with healthy replacementtissue.
It was incredibly difficult, but last fall scientists at the University of Wisconsin managed to isolate stem cellsand get them to grow into neural, gut, muscle and bone cells. The process still can't be controlled, and may haveunforeseen limitations; but if efforts to understand and master stem cell development prove successful, doctors willhave a therapeutic tool Of incredible power.
The same applies to cloning, which is really just the other side of the coin. True cloning, as first shown withthe sheep Dolly two years ago, involves taking a developed cell and reactivating the genome within, resetting its de-velopmental instructions to a pristine state. Once that happens, the rejuvenated cell can develop into a full-fledgedanimal, genetically identical to its parent.
For agriculture, in which purely physical characteristics like milk production in a cow or low fat in a hog havereal market value, biological carbon copies could become routine within a few years. This past year scientists havedone for mice and cows what Ian Wilmut did for Dolly, and other creatures are bound to join the cloned menageriein the coming year.
Human cloning, on the other hand, may be technically feasible but legally and emotionally more difficult.
Still, one day it will happen. The ability to reset body cells to a pristine, undeveloped state could give doctors exact-ly the same advantages they would get from stem cells: the potential to make healthy body tissues of all sorts, andthus to cure disease. That could prove to be a true "miracle cure".
根据以上内容,回答题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The writer holds that the potential to make healthy body tissues will__________.
  • A
    aggravate moral issues of human cloning
  • B
    bring great benefits to human beings
  • C
    help scientists decode body instructions
  • D
    involve employing surgical instruments
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The word "rejuvenated" ( Para. 5 ) most probably means__________.
  • A
    modified
  • B
    re-collected
  • C
    classified
  • D
    reactivated
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
The research at the University of Wisconsin is mentioned to show__________.
  • A
    the isolation of stem cells
  • B
    the effects of gene therapies
  • C
    the advantages of human cloning.
  • D
    the limitations of tissue replacements
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which of the following is true according to the text?
  • A
    The principle of gene therapy is applicable to that of cloning.
  • B
    The isolation of stem cells is too difficult to be feasible.
  • C
    It is reasonable for all body instructions to be activated.
  • D
    Cloned animals will eventually take control of the world.
5 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Towards the genetic research, the author' s attitude can best be said to be that of__________.
  • A
    frustration 
  • B
    indifference
  • C
    amazement 
  • D
    opposition
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Text 2
Earthquake survivors trapped in rubble could one day be saved by an unlikely rescuer: A robotic eaterpillar thatburrows its way through debris. Just a few centimeters wide, the robot relies on magnetic fields to propel it throughthe kind of tiny crevices that would foil the wheeled or tracked search robots currently used to locate people trappedin collapsed buildings.
The caterpillar's inventor, Norihiko Saga of Akita Prefectural University in Japan, will demonstrate his newmethod of locomotion at a conference on magnetic materials in Seattle. In addition to lights and cameras, a searchcaterpillar could be equipped with an array of sensors to measure other factors--such as radioactivity or oxygen lev-els-that could tell human rescuers if an area is safe to enter.
The magnetic caterpillar is amazingly simple. It moves by a process similar to peristalsis, the rhythmic contrac-tion that moves food down your intestine. Saga made the caterpillar from a series of rubber capsules filled with amagnetic fluid consisting of iron particles, water, and a detergent-like surfactant, which reduces the surface tensionof the fluid. Each capsule is linked to the next by a pair of rubber rods. The caterpillar' s guts are wrapped in aclear, flexible polymer tube that protects it from the environment.
To make the caterpillar move forwards, Saga moves a magnetic field backwards along the caterpillar. Inside thecaterpillar's "head" capsule, magnetic fluid surges towards the attractive magnetic field, causing the capsule tobulge out to the sides and draw its front and rear portions up. As the magnetic field passes to the next capsule, thefirst breaks free and springs forward and the next capsule bunches up. In this way, the caterpillar can reach speeds of4 centimeters per second as it crawls along.
Moving the magnetic field faster can make it traverse the caterpillar before all the capsules have sprung back totheir original shapes. The segments then all spring back, almost but not quite simultaneously.
Saga plans to automate the movement of the caterpillar by placing electromagnets at regular intervals along theinside of its polymer tube. By phasing the current flow to the electromagnets, he' 11 be able to control it wirelesslyvia remote control. He also needs to find a new type of rubber for the magnetic capsules, because the one he' s usingat the minute eventually begins to leak.
But crawling is not the most efficient form of locomotion for robots, says Robert Full of the University of Cali-fornia at Berkeley, an expert in animal motion who occasionally advises robotics designers. "If you look at the ener-getic cost of crawling, compared to walking, swimming or flying, crawling is very expensive, " he says. Walking,on the other every step, energy is conserved in the foot and then released to help the foot spring up.
Saga acknowledges this inefficiency but says his caterpillar is far more stable than one that walks, rolls onwheels or flies. It has no moving parts save for a few fluid-filled rubber capsules. Biped robots and wheeled robotsrequire a smooth surface and are difficult to miniaturize, and flying robots have too many moving parts. "My peri-staltic crawling robot is simple and it works, " he says.
根据以上内容,回答题。
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From this passage, we can learn that__________.
  • A
    a robotic caterpillar can crawl by a pair of rubber rods
  • B
    when a caterpillar moves, the magnetic field moves backwards along it
  • C
    the environment couldn' t influence a robotic caterpillar' s guts, which are wrapped in a capsule
  • D
    crawling is very stable and efficient, and when it moves, only a few elements are needed
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According to this passage, which is not tree about the construction of the robotic caterpillar?
  • A
    A robotic caterpillar is made from a series of rubber capsules filled with a magnetic fluid.
  • B
    Iron particles, water, and a detergent-like surfactant form a magnetic fluid.
  • C
    Each capsule filled with a magnetic fluid is linked to the next by a pair of rubber rods.
  • D
    In order to keep stable condition, the caterpillar' s guts are wrapped in a clear, flexible polymer tube.
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The meaning of the word "peristalsis" in Paragraph 3 is similar to__________.
  • A
    swimming 
  • B
    flying
  • C
    crawling 
  • D
    walking
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Comparing the robotic caterpillar and the other robots, which of the following is not true?
  • A
    A smooth surface is indispensable to biped robots and wheeled robots.
  • B
    Flying robots are very inconvenient when moving, because they have too many moving pans.
  • C
    The robotic caterpillar only has rubber capsules filled with a magnetic fluid.
  • D
    It' s incapable for wheeled robots to locate trapped people because they are impossible to miniaturize.
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The passage is mainly about__________.
  • A
    why a robotic caterpillar can find trapped people
  • B
    how a robotic caterpillar works
  • C
    the instruction of the magnetic caterpillar
  • D
    how a robotic caterpillar crawls
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Text 3
Could the bad old days of economic decline be about to return? Since OPEC agreed to supply-cuts in March,the price of crude oil has jumped to almost $ 26 a barrel, up from less than $10 last December. This near-triplingof oil prices calls up scary memories of the 1973 oil shock, when prices quadrupled, and 1979 -80, when they alsoalmost tripled. Both previous shocks resulted in double-digit inflation and global economic decline. So where are theheadlines warning of gloom and doom this time?
The oil price was given another push up this week when Iraq suspended oil exports. Strengthening economicgrowth, at the same time as winter grips the northern hemisphere, could push the price higher still in the short term.
Yet there are good reasons to expect the economic consequences now to be less severe than in the 1970s. Inmost countries the cost of crude oil now accounts for a smaller share of the price of petrol than it did in the 1970s. InEurope, taxes account for up to four-fifths of the retail price, so even quite big changes in the price of crude have amore muted effect on pump prices than in the past.
Rich economies are also less dependent on oil than they were, and so less sensitive to swings in the oil price.
Energy conservation, a shift to other fuels and a decline in the importance of heavy, energy-intensive industries hasreduced oil consumption. Software, consultancy and mobile telephones use far less oil than steel or car production.
For each dollar of GDP (in constant prices) rich economies now use nearly 50% less oil than in 1973. The OECDestimates in its latcst Economic Outlook that, its oil prices averaged $ 22 a barrel for a full year, compared with$13 in 1998, this would increase the oil import bill in rich economies by only 0.25 -0.5% of GDP. That is lessthan one-quarter of the income loss in 1974 or 1980. On the other hand, oil-importing emerging economies--towhich heavy industry has shifted--have become more energy-intensive, and so could be more seriously squeezed.
One more reason not to lose sleep over the rise in oil prices is that, unlike the rises in the 1970s, it has not oc-curred against the background of general commodity-price inflatign and global excess demand. A sizable portion ofthe world is only just emerging from economic decline. The Economist' s commodity price index is broadly unchang-ing from a year ago. In 1973 commodity prices jumped by 70% and in 1979 by almost 30%.
根据以上内容,回答题。
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The main reason for the latest rise of oil price is __________.
  • A
    global inflation
  • B
    reduction in supply
  • C
    fast growth in economy
  • D
    Iraq' s suspension of exports
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It can be inferred from the text that the retail price of petrol will go up dramatically if __________.
  • A
    price of crude rises
  • B
    commodity prices rise
  • C
    consumption rises
  • D
    oil taxes rise
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The estimates in Economic Outlook show that in rich countries
  • A
    heavy industry becomes more energy-intensive
  • B
    income loss mainly results from fluctuating crude oil prices
  • C
    manufacturing industry has been seriously squeezed
  • D
    oil price changes have no significant impact on GDP
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
We can draw a conclusion from the text that
  • A
    oil-price shocks are less shocking now
  • B
    inflation seems irrelevant to oil-price shocks
  • C
    energy conservation can keep down the oil prices
  • D
    the price rise of crude leads to the shrinking of heavy industry
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From the text we can see that the writer seems
  • A
    optimistic
  • B
    sensitive
  • C
    gloomy 
  • D
    scared
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For a child, happiness has a magical nature. I remember making hide-outs in newly-cut hay, playing cops androbbers in the woods, getting a speaking part in the school play. Of course, Kids also experience lows, But their de-light at such peaks of pleasure as winning a race or getting a new bike is unreserved.
In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes. Suddenly it's conditional on such things as excitement,love, popularity and whether that zit will clear up before night. I can still feel the agony of not being invited to aparty that almost everyone else was going to. But I also recall the ecstasy of being plucked from obscurity at anotherevent to dance with a John Travolta look-alike.
66._________________________________________
My dictionary defines happy as "lucky" or "fortunate", But I think a better definition of happiness is "the ca-pacity for enjoyment". The more we can appreciate what we have, the happier we are. It's easy to overlook thepleasure we get from loving and being loved, the company of friends, the freedom to live where we please, evengood health.
67._________________________________________
Later, peace descended again, and my husband and I enjoyed another pleasure--intimacy. Sometimes just theknowledge that he wants can bring me joy.
You never know where happiness will turn up next. When I asked friends what made them happy, some men-tioned apparently insignificant moments. "I hate shopping, "one friend said, "but there's a clerk who always chatsand really cheers me up. "
68._________________________________________
I get a thrill from driving. One day I stopped to let the school bus turn onto a side road. The driver grinned andgave me a thumbs-up sign. We were two allies in the world of mad motorists. It made me smile.
69._________________________________________
Psychologists tell us that to be happy we need a mixture of enjoyable leisure time and satisfying work. I doubtthat my great grandmother, who raised 14 children and took in washing, had none of either. She did have a networkof close friends and families, and maybe this is what fulfilled her. If she was content with what she had, perhaps itwas because she didn't expect life to be very different.
70._________________________________________
While happiness may be more complex for us, the solution is the same as ever. Happiness isn't about whatcomes to us--it's about how we perceive what comes to us. It's the knack of finding a positive for every negative,and viewing a setback as a challenge. It's not wishing for what we haven't had, But enjoying what we do possess.
A. Another friend loves the telephone. "Every time it rings, I know someone is thinking about me. "
B. When we think about happiness, we usually think of something extraordinary, a pinnacle of sheer delight-- and those pinnacles seem to get rarer the older we get.
C. In adulthood the things that bring profound joy--birth, love, marriage--also bring responsibility and the risk of loss. Love may not last, sex isn't always good, loved ones die. For adults, happiness is complicated.
D. We, on the other hand, with so many choices and such pressure to succeed in every area, have changed happiness into one more thing we"gotta have". We're so self-conscious about our "right" to it that it'smaking us miserable. So we chase it and equate it with wealth and success, without noticing that the peoplewho have those things aren't necessarily happier.
E. I added up my little moments of pleasure yesterday. First there was sheer bless when I shut the last lunchbox and had the house for myself. Then I spent an uninterrupted morning writing, which I love. When the kids came back home, I enjoyed their noise after the quiet of the whole day.
F. We all experience moments like these. Too few of us register them as happiness.
根据以上材料与选项,回答各题。
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第66题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
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    图中F
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第67题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第68题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第69题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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第70题答案为.
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
  • E
    图中E
  • F
    图中F
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A.Like your motorcycle games big, Bold, and beautiful? All those superlatives and more apply to MotocrossMadness 2, the sequel to one of the most funny(if not the most realistic) motocross simulations ever created.
This sequel improves on the original by offering larger racing environments, more modes of play, and muchmore detailed graphics. The environments now have a full complement of trees, cacti, Bushes, and other solid ob-jects to smack into, and some game modes even introduce highway traffic into the mix. There's nothing like jumpingover a moving semi on your way to the finish line. The new Pro Circuit career mode adds a lot of replay-ability( andlong-term strategy) to the game, and fun multiplayer modes like tag offer a refreshing break to standard racing whenplaying online.
On the downside, all the new graphical goodness requires some advanced computer hardwares. While a 3-Daccelerator isn't required, that's a little like saying your car doesn't need an engine because you can still push it.
With a decent 3-D card, at least a 350 MHz processor, and plenty of RAM, however, the game really comes tolife. Those of you with 3-D audio cards are also in for a treat, as it becomes possible to tell where other riders arejust by listening. It took time to get used to Motocross Madness 2's complete over-the-topphysics. Hitting even a mi-nor jump launches the bike straight up into the air, and bigger hills can leave you staring down at the treetops forover five seconds. It's a little ridiculous, But once we gained some familiarity with the tracks it virtually made thegame a lot of fun. More air time means more chances to perform outrageous aerial stunts, from the Tail Grab to theback-bending Cordova. Unfortunately, it also means unfortunate encounters with trees which are much harder to avoid.
If you buy sports games based only on their ability to realistically portray the sports they are simulating, Mo-tocross Madness 2 will disappoint. For those of you who like big air, Big stunts, enormous open environments, andlots of challenging arcade action, this game is better than its predecessor in every wayb.
B.SimCity 3,000 is back, and it's bigger than ever! Maxis pulled out all the stops for this new version of the bestselling game, adding enough new customized graphics to recreate cities from all over the world. Thenew European and Asian building sets serve up hundreds of new buildings that match the architecture of these diverseenvironments. From the Great Wall to the Berlin Wall, it's in there. Of course, you can still mix and match--free-dom to manage a city as you choose has always been the name of this game. No addition to the SimCity familywould be complete without some new methods for destroying your creations, and SimCity 3,000 Unlimited has fourmore devastating disasters than the old version. You can recreate the movie Armageddon by unleashing large chunksof flaming space debris, smite your populace with a buzzing swarm of locusts, destroy seaports and coastal develop-ments with a whirlpool, or uncork some toxic clouds. The Building Architect, formerly available as a free down-load, is now packed on the CD-ROM. This 3-D architectural program lets users set up the buildings of their dreams,from dilapidated outhouses to towering skyscrapers to works of modern art that are intended for pure decoration.
Don't worry if you don't feel like using this powerful tool to create things yourself--the game comes with doz-ens of new ways to make your cities unique, and you can always head to the SimCity Exchange to download imagi-native add-ons created by other users. The infinite expand-ability and infinite replay-ability of this game should keepwould-be mayors completely occupied until they move to the suburbs of the Sims.
C.Want to live forever? Get a taste for what it's like with Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption, the firstc. computer role-playing game based on the tremendously popular dice-and-paper and live-action RPG fromWhite Wolf Game Studio. Die-hard fans will grumble a bit at some of the translation concessions from book to harddrive. The vampiric disciplines in particular are less flexible and occasionally more hassle than they're worth--sure,you can turn into a wolf, But you can't return to your natural form until the time limit expires. Still, these limita-tions don't interfere with the gameplay, which is fast moving, challenging, and genuinely creepy. Graphics andsounds are well designed, and along with the plot they evoke the mood of gothic horror that has made Vampire sopopular.
The single-player mode locks you into the story line of Christof, a medieval crusader who blunders into immor-tality at the fangs of an ancient Brujah vampire. Christof' s damnation and search for redemption lead him from thePrague of the Dark Ages to modem New York City. Multiplayer options include local area network and lnternet playas well as the ability to make and mn your own stories for other players. The manual is beautiful and helpful, a rarecombination. Clearly, the designers took their cue from White Wolf, as evidenced by the clarity of text and carefullychosen illustrations. Though Redemption is really worth playing, gamers should be warned that the save-game fea-ture is irritating and often beyond the player's control and that the installation requires at least 720 MB ( and up to1.3 GB ! ). Despite these flaws, the game is still wicked fun and merits plenty of praised.
D.Counter-Strike for Xbox features single-player missions,taking place over a gritty realistic coumerterrorist world. It allows garners to challenge other players in team-basedmultiplayer games on Xbox Live and System Link.
Counter-Strike for Xbox will be the most graphically advanced version of the game to date, showcasing thetechnical prowess of Xbox, including immersive and intense multiplayer action on Xbox Live. In addition, playerswill benefit by strategizing and communicating with their teammates via the Xbox Live Communicator headset.
Features :
Intense Xbox Live multiplayer action: Garners can battle real players throughout the world with Xbox Live,strategizing and communicating with up to 15 other players. A unique player-ranking system will allow garners to se-lect games with equal-caliber opponents, while Xbox Live helps ensure cheat-free playing fields.
Xbox enhancements and exclusives: Players will be treated to new graphically enhanced missions fromCounter-Strike: Condition Zero. as well as new. exclusive content designed only for Xbox.
Realistic counterterrorist experience: Players will experience a deep and involving counterterrorism world.
where danger abounds. Lead an elite team through the jungles of Asia. the cold regions of Eastern Europe, and theunbearable humidity of Colombia.
Real-life weapons and gadgets: Players can choose from more than 25 real-life weapons, including shotguns.
sniper rifles, pistols, and other military artillery.
Downloadable content: New downloadable content will be available via Xbox Live.
根据以上答案,回答各题。
1 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
Which game...is sold well? 71.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
2 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能
allows gamers to select games with equal-caliber opponents? 72.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
3 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

is probably frightening? 73.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
4 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

offers some more ways to destroy what the players have built? 74.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
5 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

seems difficult to save the game?75.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
6 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

has no easy track for the game? 76.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
7 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

enables players to construct buildings in different styles?77.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
8 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

has detailed and spectacular racing environments?78.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
9 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

enables players to make up their own stories? 79.__________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
10 [ 单选题 ] (1.0分) 未指定技能

allows garners to challenge other players in team-based multiplayer games on Xbox Live and System Link? 80. __________
  • A
    图中A
  • B
    图中B
  • C
    图中C
  • D
    图中D
第三部分:Section Ⅳ Writing (40 minutes) (共1道题) 展开全部
1 [ 问答题 ] (25.0分) 未指定技能
Some people claim that television is good for children because it gets children cleverer by watching it, whileothers think that television is bad for children.Write an article to express your point of view on this topic.
You should write no less than 250 words. Write your article on ANSWER SHEET 2.
THE END OF THE TEST

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