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英语练功房

Challenge both your English & minds

 
 
 

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 136. At the time when technology means ever more harmful carbon in the air we breathe, we need these forests now more than ever.
  当技术的发展意味着我们会吸入更多有害气体时,我们比任何时候更需要森林。

  137. Nothing is more important than to receive education.
  没有比接受教育更重要的事。

  138. We cannot emphasize the importance of protecting our eyes too much.
  我们再怎么强调保护眼睛的重要性也不为过。

  139. There is no denying that the qualities of our living have gone from bad to worse.
  无可否认,我们的生活品质已经

  140. It is universally acknowledged that trees are indispensable to us.
  全世界都知道树木对我们是不可或缺的。

 

 Unit16     Pompeii: The city that became a time capsule

Around the end of the first century AD, a Roman writer____ Pliny wrote about a terrible ________that he had ______ as a young man. The eruption had occurred___ August 24th 79 AD. The earth began to ______ and a volcano named Vesuvius, near Pompeii, Italy, erupted. Pliny described a cloud coming down the mountain, ______the sun and burying everything in its path, _______whole villages and towns.

This _____ sad event left a deep impression _____ Pliny who had lost an uncle in the ______. Yet, over the centuries, there was a greater loss. The people, towns and villages ___had disappeared under the ______were entirely forgotten by the world.

However, more than 1,600 years later, some scientists found the ____ towns that had been ______ under the ashes. ____ 1748, they had found an _________ historical site. They had started to dig out the ancient city of Pompeii.

In ___way, Pompeii is like a “time _______” _____ a frozen moment in history. Before the eruption occurred, it had been a _______ Roman city ____ temples, markets, restaurants and theatres. Now as you walk along the streets of the city, time____  You can admire the ancient architecture, statues, decorated walls and ____ objects characteristic of the time. _____, much more than buildings and objects, it is the forms of the people who were caught in the disaster___ have made the city a  _____  to human history.

The bodies of people who had died in Pompeii _____ impressions in the ash that showed their exact shapes. As you walk, you will pass people _______ together for ________ in their last hours of life. One person, ____  alone, looks like he is praying. Another man, _____ on his side, looks as if he is trying to get up. One can only feel ____ and deep _____ for these once-living statues.

Today, more than 250 years after scientists found the city, thousands of tourists and hundreds of scientists visit Pompeii every year to learn more about the ancient world. In this way, the city,_____ the world had once forgottenlives on nearly 2,000 years ____ its loss.

Helen Keller

Helen Keller was a very special girl who needed a  ____ teacher. ___ the time she was 7 years old, she still couldn’t speak, read ___ write. This was ______ Helen couldn’t see or heard. With these _____ restrictions on her communication, Helen’s behavior was often ____ . She was _______ and angry, and often broke things when she wasn’t understood.

Anne Sullivan was brought into help Helen. Anne was a teacher and ____ student at a school for the blind in Boston. She had had eyesight problems early in life as well so she could relate to Helen’s difficulties. Her first goal was to stop Helen’s a ________ behaviour. Helen would need this valuable preparation in order to learn language. She would also need lots of love. When Anne and Helen first met, Anne gave Helen ___big hug.

Helen would have to learn to understand words _____ on her hand. Anne’s technique was simple and  _____. She would put and object into one of Helen’s hands and spell the word into her ___ hand. She started with dolls. She would let Helen play with the doll and then spell the letters “D-O-L-L” into her hand. Helen thought this was a game. She had a _____ description of her excitement in her book, The Story of My Life: “______ downstairs to my mother, I held up my hand and made the letters for doll. I did not know that I was spelling a word or even that words existed; I was simply making my fingers go in monkey-like ______.”

Then one day, Anne took Helen out to the well. Anne put Helen’s hand under the water. ___ the water flowed over one hand, Anne spelled “W-A-T-E-R” into the other hand. Then suddenly, Helen had a _____ of understanding; the movement of the fingers meant the cool water flowing over her hand. This ______ knowledge gave her hope and joy. Finally, the world of words was opening up to her.

______ Helen understood the key to language, she was very _____ to learn more and use it as she could. Children who can see and hear learn language easily but for Helen, it was a ____ and sometimes painful process. However, the results were _______ .

As Helen’s knowledge and vocabulary _____she asked more and more questions. This soon led her ____ discover more ________ words and changed her thinking processes. ______ to learn the wordlove” was an experience that she remembered well. This is ____ she described it in her book, The story of My Life:

“I remember the morning that I first asked the meaning of the wordlove.This was before I knew many words. I had found a few early ______ in the garden and brought them to my teacher…Miss Sullivan put her arm gently round me and spelled into my hand.I love Helen.’‘What is love?I asked. She ______me closer to her and said,It is here,pointing to my heart…Her words puzzled me very much because I did not then understand anything _____ I touched it.”

The meaning of love was still not ____ to Helen but she kept on trying to understand.I smelt the violets in her hand and asked, ____in words, half ____signs, a question which meant, “Is love the sweetness of flowers?”No,said my teacher.”

Helen then felt the ______ of the sun shining on them. She pointed up and asked if wasn’t, she was confused and disappointed.I thought ____ strange that my teacher could not show me love.”

The wordthinkwas also a difficult one for Helen but she had a ______ while working on a simple task. She was making necklace with the help of Miss Sullivan when she noticed that she had some mistakes. Uncertain about how to ___ them, she stopped to think carefully. As she did this, Miss Sullivan touched Helen’s head and spelled the wordthinkinto her hand.In a ____ I knew that the word was the name of the process that was going on in my head.”

It was the first time Helen ___________ such a complex word--a word for something she couldn’t touch. At that moment, her mind returned to the wordlove.As she thought about its meaning again, the sun came out. She pointed to the sun and asked her teacher again ___-that was love. Anne answered Helen by explaining that love was like the sun and clouds in a way.

“You cannot touch the clouds, you know; but you feel in the rain…You cannot touch love either; but you feel the sweetness that it pours into everything. Without love you would not be happy ___ want to play.” In that vivid moment, Helen finally understood the beautiful _____of the wordlove.

 

 

  语言知识及应用(共两节,满分30分)

第一节  完形填空(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从2130各题所给的ABCD项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

You may have heard “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. But now experts say maybe the most import thing you can do to  1   healthy is to wash your hands.

By frequently washing your hands you clean away germs (细菌) that you have  2  from other people, or from dirty surfaces, or from animals and animal waste.

But there are so many  3  products on the markets, such as wet tissues and wash-free hand cleaner. Which one is the best?

Researchers from the University of North Carolina, in the U.S. , answered that very question by  4  different hand-washing products.

Volunteers allowed their clean hands to come into  5  with harmless types of bacteria and virus. The volunteer then cleaned their hands again using different products. The number of  6  and viruses left on the hands after cleaning was  7  and compared. Good old soap and water was found to be the best, especially for getting rid of viruses like those that cause the  8  cold.

Alcohol hand rubs were found to have variable (可变的)  9  in removing bacteria and viruses. Hand wipes removed only about 50 percent of bacteria from the volunteers’ hands.

So in the fight against the  10  of bacteria looking like soap and water, wins are hands-down (唾手可得的)!

1  A  turn  B stay  C  stand  D become

2  A  picked out     B  got through   C  picked up  D got in

3  A  familiar   B similar    C favorite    D different

4  A  comparing  B choosing   C selecting   D buying

5  A  touch      B contact     C being      D sight

6  A  bacteria      B water    C products  D dirt

7  A  counted       B valued     C guessed     D measured

8  A  common  B ordinary   C usual   D average

9  A  uses    B results   C causes       D reasons

10  A  increase    B growth     C spread  D production

 

第二节  语法填空(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的

词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为3l-40的相应位置上。

   I asked Junyan what she liked most about her job and she said that although there wasn’t much glory in a reporter’s (11) 存在), she found it interesting and challenging. I meet a lot of people and go to many different places. I’m never bored with this job! “She (12)(补充)that as a reporter she needed many different skills and was constantly challenged to learn new things. Finally, I asked her if after many years she still felt curious. Smiling brightly, she told me ,Nothing that I learned from mother has ever left me . Today when I’m looking for stories, I still feel like I’m looking for stories , I still feel like I’m turning over stones to see what might be hiding b(13)!”

 

  There is no doubt    (14)   all this new technology is changing the way we work and offering many other ways of working.  (15)    than Going into an office, a lot of people are connected to the Internet and now work from home. Working like this allows you to live where you want, to continue your studies and enjoy the    (16 ) 安慰) of having a lot more free time. However, with all this change, let’s hope that it also helps the people in poor countries where slave labor still happens.For the citizens of these nations, the future can’t arrive soon enough.

 

   This also shows how people didn’t want to search for their own understanding or educate themselves. And this is still often true today. People feel that if someone important and    17    (respect)says that something is  right, and then it must be so. But even though Aristotle was a great man who  18  (激励了) many great scientists and philosophers after him, he was wrong at        _(_19)___(time)  . Therefore ,the understanding of the world around us is        (_20_)___ (constant) growing and changing. In other words, we learn more every day and none of us can ever sit back and say , We know it all.”

阅读(共两节,满分40分)

第—节  阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读—列短文,从每题所给的ABCD项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Sometimes the real world can be a confusing place. It is not always fair or kind. And in the real world there are not always happy endings. That is why , every once in a while ,.we like to escape into the world of fantasy---- a place where things always go our way and there is always a happy ending.

We want to believe in fantastic creatures in imaginary lands. We want to believe in magic powers, good friends, and the power of good to overcome evil. We all fantasize about being able to fly and life buildings off the ground. And how good a magic sword would feel in our hand as we go off to kill a dragon or win the hand of a beautiful princess.

The amazing adventures of Superman, Peter Pan and Harry Porter have charmed many people, children and adults alike. The main reason is that these stories offer us chances to get away from this real, frustrating world and allow us to find some magic solutions to our problems. For example, Superman always arrives in the nick of time to prevent a disaster from happening. Peter Pan can fly at will to tease the bad guy Captain Hook, and Harry Porter has his magic power to take revenge on his uncle, aunt and cousin, who always ill-treat him.

 21. People enter the world of fantasy for the following reasons EXPECT that ______.

A.      the world of fantasy frightens us

B.      the real world is often disappointing

C.      we can find happy endings here

D.     we can always have our wishes fulfilled

22. Superman, Peter Pan and Harry Porter have charmed many people, because _______.

A.      the bad guys always have the upper hand

B.      they end up getting married to beautiful princesses

C.      their solutions are anything but magical

D.     they possess powers that ordinary people don’t have

 23. This article about fantasy literature is intended to _____.

A.      criticize its unrealistic concepts

B.      ridicule those people reading it

C.      explain why people like to read it

D.     teach people to avoid disasters

       24. Which of the following is the closest in meaning to the underlined word?

        A. unreal           B. imaginative  

C. interesting        D. charming

 25. What’s the attitude of the author towards fantasy literature?

        A. negative          B. positive

        C. uncertain          D. critical

 

B

The British policeman has several nicknames (绰号) , but the most frequently(经常地) used are “copper” and “bobby”. The first name comes from the verb “cop” meaning “to take” or “capture”, and the second comes from the first name of Sir Robert Peel, a 19th century politician(政治家), who was the founder of the police force. An early nickname for the policeman was “peeler” , but this name has died out.

Visitors to England seem , nearly always, to be very impressed by the English police. In  fact , it has become a joke that visitors to Britain, when asked for their views about the country, will always say, at some point or other, “I think your policemen are wonderful.”

Well , the British bobby may not always be wonderful but he is usually a very friendly and helpful character.

A music-hall song of some years ago was called, “If you want to know the time, ask a policeman.” Nowadays, most people own watches but they still seem to find plenty of other questions to ask the policeman. In London, the policemen spend so much of their time directing visitors about the city that one wonders how they ever find time to do anything else!

 26. The British policeman has ____ nicknames mentioned in the passage.

       A. Several   B. two   C. three   D. many

 27. One of the nicknames for the policeman “peeler” _____.

A.      is most frequently used

B.      Is not used any more

C.      Was sir Robert Peel’s

D.     Is still used as much as “bobby”

 28. The main idea of the second paragraph is that ____.

A.      visitors to England think of the British policemen wonderful

B.      the English policemen have become a joke to the visitors

C.      visitors to Britain are very grateful to the policemen for their great help

D.     the British policemen tell the visitors about the views of their counter.

 29. “If you want to know the time ,ask a policeman.” This means ______.

A.      the British policeman likes to tell the time to the visitors.

B.      Most people’s watches don’t go well

C.      The British policeman knows the correct time

D.     The policemen are friendly and helpful

 30. From the whole passage, we know that ____.

A.      The British policemen spend a lot of time directing very often

B.      The British policemen’ nicknames are not used very often

C.      The British policemen are always wonderful

  D. The British policemen’s nicknames are not used any more

 

C

Even plants can run a fever, especially when they’re under attack by insects or disease. But unlike humans, plants can have their temperature taken from 3,000 feet away-straight up. A decade ago, adopting the infrared(红外线) scanning(扫描) technology developed fro military purposes and other satellites, physicist Stephen Paley came up with a quick way to take the temperature of crops to determine which ones are under stress. The goal was to let farmers precisely target pesticide spraying rather than rain poison on a whole field, which invariably includes plants that don’t have pest problems.

Even better, Paley’s Remote Scanning Services Company could detect crop problems before they became visible to the eye, Mounted on a plane flown at 3,000 feet at night, an infrared scanner measured the heat emitted by crops. The data were transformed into a color-coded map showing where plants were running “fevers”. Farmers could then spot-spray, using 50 to 70 percent less pesticide than they otherwise would.

The bad news is that Paley’s company closed down in 1984, after only three years. Farmers resisted the new technology and long-term backers were hard to find. But with the renewed concern about pesticides on produce, and refinements in infrared scanning, Paley hopes to get back into operation. Agriculture experts have no doubt the technology works. “This technique can be used on 75 percent of agricultural land in the United States,” says George Oerther of Texas A & M.Ray Jackson, who recently retired from the Department of Agriculture, thinks remote infrared crop scanning could be adopted by the end of the decade. But only if Paley  finds the financial backing which he failed to obtain 10 years ago.

    31.Plants will emit an increased amount of heat when they are ______.

A.      sprayed with pesticides

B.       facing an infrared scanner

C.      In poor physical condition

D.     Exposed to more-than-enough sun rays

      32. In order to apply pesticide spraying precisely, we can use infrared scanning to ______.

A.      estimate the damaged to the crops

B.      measure the size of the affected area

C.      draw a color-coded map

D.     determine the problem area

   33. Farmers can save a considerable amount of pesticide by ______.

A.      using spot-spraying

B.      asking advice from infrared scanning experts

C.      transforming poisoned rain

D.     knowing crop problems at an early stage

        34. The application of infrared scanning technology to agriculture met with some difficulties in ______.

A. the lack of official support

B.      its high cost

C.      the lack of financial support

D.     its failure to help increase production

       35. Infrared scanning technology may be brought back into operation because of _______.

A.      the desire of farmers to improve the quality of their produce

B.      growing concern about the much use of pesticides on crops

C.      the forceful promotion by the Department of Agriculture

D.     full support form agricultural experts

 

 

第二节  信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

阅读下列应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。

首先,请阅读下列关于世界新闻报导的信息:

A.       Mister Bush said past efforts to secure Baghdad failed for two main reasons. Firstly, there were not enough Iraqi ad American troops to secure areas that had been cleared. Secondly, he said, there were too many restrictions on American forces.

B.        Not long ago, Kyle Gruen was swimming near the Hawaiian island of Maui When he felt something bite him. Mister Gruen was wearing special eyeglasses for use in water. He could see his attacker. It was a purple and gray shark. The twenty-nine-year old Canadian was wounded on his left upper leg and hand.

C.       In November of nineteen ninety-four, Ronald Reagan wrote a letter to the American people. The former president shared the news that he had Alzheimer’s disease. Mister Reagan began what he called his journey into the sunset of his life. That ten year journey ended on June fifth, two thousand and four, at the age of ninety-three.

D.       On Thursday, December twenty-sixth, Representative Nancy Pelosi of California became the first female speaker of the House of Representatives. The new Congress opened with Democrats in the majority in both houses for the first time in twelve years. New members in the House include the first Muslim member of Congress.

E.        Some of the biggest science stories last year were in health and medicine. And two of them came late in two thousand and six. First is a major finding about the spread of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In December, AIDS researchers announced findings about adult male circumcision.

F.        Crime rates in the United States have been dropping for a number of years. Rates of violent crime have fallen to their lowest levels since the nineteen seventies. President Bush noted this in this declaration in April for Nation Crime Victims’ Rights Week.

请阅读以下新闻资料卡的信息,然后匹配新闻资料卡和与之相关的世界新闻报导:

36 data1: But this week ,a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation offered new evidence that violent crime may be on the rise

37  Data2: But before the one hundred tenth Congress opened, Americans looked back at an earlier chapter in their history. Funeral services and a national day of mourning took place this week for Gerald Ford. America’s thirty-eighth president died on December twenty-sixth at his home in California

38  Data3: HIV rates are generally lower in areas of the world where the removal of the foreskin from the penis is common in babies or young boys.

39  Data4: But he turned and pushed away the shark with his other foot. He watched the blood flow from his body as he swam away. Others hurried to help Mister Gruen.

40  Data5: Under the new plan, more than twenty thousand American troops will join the army---there were roughly one hundred thirty thousand already in the war. Most will go to Baghdad to help Iraqi forces.

 

写作(共两节,满分30分)

  单句语法填空(每空一分,共15分)

   41.The angles of a triangle ___  (加起来)180 degrees!

   42. I shouldn’t   be(当初本不该) so difficult at school.

   43. It’s difficult ______(teach) nowadays

   44.  To __(首先) ,you need questions.

   45. Bacon held an important___(头衔) under king James of England .

   46.The church and many people tended to ignore the facts and were __(不愿意)  to challenge what they had always comfortably believed.

   47.It is not surprising that people wanted to believe these ancient views as they had been  __  (提出)by the great philosopher.

   48.People a_____  of his studies and urged him to continue.

   49.He will pick me _____ at the hotel gate at 10.am tomorrow.

   50.What’s he up ___?(他在忙什么)

   51.I can take ___ to four people in my car.

   52.____________(一般说来) ,people in the south like rice better.

   53.He is the only person_____ I want to talk to.

   54.We talked about the things and persons ______  we remember in our school.

   55.Is this museum ______  you visited a few days ago.

第二节  读写任务(共l小题,满分15分)

阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

                          Growing Pains

  Teenagers are caught between a desire for independence and an actual need for parenting, protecting and their proper guidance.

Some are willing to rely on their parents, because they believe in their parents and regard them as good teachers both in life and study. While other teens feel angry about dependence because they think it is an admission of weakness. They are developing the ability to be independent.

It is not unusual for teens to react with anger or rebellion(叛逆) at seemingly innocent suggestions or comments from parents. This anger is often expressed in comments such as, “My parents won’t let me grow up,” or “The treat me like a child.”

Teenagers question their parents’ ideas. They no longer think their parents have all the answers.  Sometimes teenagers are too proud of themselves. They complain that their parents are old fashioned, or don’t know what’s going on and can’t keep up with times.

【写作内容】                           

1.请用30个词概括短文的要点;

2.然后以约120个词就“青少年的独立观”这个主题发表你的看法,至少包含以下内容要点:

  1)有人认为不能独立,要依靠父母的保护;

  2)有人认为要脱离父母的保护,尽早独立;

  3)你的看法。

【写作要求】

1.可以使用实例或分项论述的方法支持你的论点,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子;

2.标题自定。

 

 

 

15测验参考答案

1---5 BCDAB    6-----10 ADABC

11 existence 12 added 13 beneath 14 that

15 rather 16 comfort  17 respected 

18 inspire  19 times  20 constantly

(A) 21--25 ADCAB 

(B) 26--30 CBADA 

(C) 31--35 CDACB

36---40 FDEBA

 

To Be Dependent or Independent

       The passage mainly tells us the pains of teenagers during their growth . Some seek to be independent from their parents as early as possible , while others hold opposite opinions .

       Some teenagers think independence is a good way to gain living skills to survive by themselves , so they wouldnt like to form the habit to ask their parents when (they are) coming across any problem but want to be encouraged to solve problems individually and independently .

       Others think they are still young ,and they are the only child in the family . They neednt worry too much about their future because they believe in their parents that everything would be well designed .

       I am in favor of the first opinion , parents should try to let their child think about their own affairs and make their own decisions so that their creativity could be developed and give some proper guidance when (it is) needed .

          

 

 

 

(  ) 141. ___known to all , China will be an ___and powerful country in 20 or 30 years' time.

  A. As is...advancing    B. As is...advanced 

  C. It is...advancing   D. It is...advanced

(  ) 142. --I'm going to the post office.

  --_____you're there, can you get me some postcards?

  A. As  B. While  C. Because  D. If

(  ) 143. _____ a total investment of 12.2 billion yuan , the tunnel will run 17 meters beneath the Yangtze, the country's longest river.

     A. With B. In C. For D. In spite of

(  ) 144. Beijing's Wangfujing Bookstore brought in various popular science titles with stories and questions and answers about China's first successful manned space flight, and attracted more buyers________.

     A. than usual B. as usual C. than that D. in effect

(  ) 145. In spite of the heavy loss left by the earthquake ,the people tried to go about their own business ______ nothing had happened.

     A. only if  B. as if  C. even if  D. if only

(  ) 146. Smith, William and Jenkins are all famous magazine publishers, _______their ancestors, they are not famous newsmen.. .

     A. but unlike  B. but likely  C. unlikely  D. though unlikely

(  ) 147. The past six years have witnessed miraculous changes in the construction of Pudong, a hot land in the east _____now has become the focus of the world attention.

 A. who   B. which  C. whom D. that

(  ) 148. Scientists are concentrating on antiviral drugs already in drugstores, ______ something that will quickly help people stop dying from the new disease.  

 A. hoping to find   B. to hope to find     C. if to find     D. whether finding

(  ) 149. _______you've got a chance. you might as well make full use of it.

  A. Now that B. After  C. Although  D. As soon as

(  ) 150. The purpose of new technologies is to make our life easier,_____it more difficult.

  A. not make  B. not to make  C. not making  D. do not make

 

 

 

Director Zhang Yimou wins "Green Chinese" award

MAIN: Zhang Yimou wins "Green Chinese" award while some others were fined as a result of their films damaging the environment.

 

 

Chinese Director Zhang Yimou was ___1___ nine winners of the "Green Chinese" awards, a government environmental prize, on Friday for his engagement in environmental protection.

 

The Academy Award-winning director was "following eco-friendly rules during movie shooting and highlighting green issues as the chief director for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2008," according to the award citation.

 

The annual award this year has focused on the protection of water after a series of major water pollution incidents.

 

The award winners, ____2___(consider) environment protection "role models," include: Wang Yongchen, the founder of non-governmental Green Earth Volunteers; Chai Jing, a China Central Television journalist, who has conducted in-depth reports on environmental issues; Zhao Xihai, a retired worker who has planted hundreds of thousands of trees over the past decade.

 

The award, cosponsored ___3__ seven Chinese government departments, ____4____ the State Environmental Protection Administration and the Ministry of Culture, and supported by the United Nations Environment Program, ­­­_____5______(establish) in 2005.

 

The award ___6____ public attention last year as a result of the controversial "negative example" nomination of Chinese film directors Chen Kaige and Zhang Jizhong, though ____7___ made it to the final short list.

 

Chen's film, "The Promise," damaged the environment near a pristine lake shore in Shangri-la, in southwest China's Yunnan Province, and the film company ____8____ Zhang's film was accused __9__ damaging the environment in the Jiuzhaigou National Park, in Sichuan Province, during shooting.

 

Zhang later agreed to make a documentary to compensate. Chen was fined as a result of his film damaging the environment.

 

Many netizens described the nomination of the directors as an outrageous irony, saying Chen's movie had focused mass attention __10___ environmental protection.

 

"Negative examples" and "controversial figures" have for the first time being added to the nominations to serve as a warning, according to the organizing committee.

 

All candidates went through several selection rounds, started as early as September, and public voting, before the announcement of the final result on Friday evening.

 

 

 

 

141. B逗号前是用as引导的是非限制性定语从句;而选用it开始的句子时,to all后应用that引导主语从句。

142. B while 表示利用机会,翻译成" 趁……时"

143. A with短语表示伴随。

144. A

145. B 

146. A

147. B

148. A 表示心愿的动词hope, wish, want等不做目的状语。用hoping to find做伴随状语,相当于and hope to find

149. A 前后两句是因果关系,所以用now that (= since seeing that),表示"既然"

150. B 与前面to make our life easier 呼应。但意义相反,故用B

Answers: 1.among   2.considered   3.by   4.including   5.was established   6.caught   7.neither  8.behind   9. of    10.on

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