1.This book is about how these basic beliefs and values affect important ________ of American life.
2.Parents often faced the ________ between doing what they felt was good for the development of the child and what they could stand by way of undisciplined noise and destructiveness.
3.Clark felt that his ________ in one of the most dramatic medical experiments of all time was worth the suffering he underwent.
4.As one of the youngest professors in the university, Miss King is certainly on the ________ of a brilliant career.
5.The ________ lawyer made a great impression on the jury.
6.Very few people understood his lecture, the subject of which was very ________.
7.This movie is not ________ for children to see: it contains too much violence and too many love scenes.
8.Sadly, the Giant Panda is one of the many species now in danger of ________.
9.The manager tried to wave aside these issues as ________ details that would be settled later.
10.His ________ was telling him that something was wrong.
11.The famous scientist ________ his success to hard work.
12.It is difficult to ________ of a plan to end poverty.
13.Now the cheers and applause ________ in a single sustained roar.
14.Improved consumer confidence is ________ to an economic recovery.
15.Although the body is made up of many different tissues, these tissues are arranged in an ________ and orderly fashion.
16.No longer are contributions to computer technology confined to any one country; ________ is this more true than in Europe.
A) hardly B) little C) seldom D) nowhere
17.The mother didn't know who ________ for the broken glass.
A) will blame B) to blame C) blamed D) blames
18.Although the national government has introduced some new laws on this subject, it is the ________ state governments which are responsible for pollution control.
A) precisely B) primarily C) progressively D) preliminarily
19.He would ________ it that his son took a livelier interest in politics.
A) see into B) see through C) see about D) see to
20.________ about one of the most rapidly changing countries in a ceaselessly changing world is not all easy.
A) Being informed B) To be informing
C) Have in formed D) Informed
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21. He remained calm in the face of the impending danger.
A. terrific B. Trivial C. astonishing D. imminent
22. “Holmes!” I whispered. “What on earth are you doing in this disgusting place?”
A. humble B. Unpleasant C. underprivileged D. noisy
23. The futility of the program resulted from poor planning.
A. possible failure in the future
B. ineffectiveness and uselessness
C. blindness to its mistakes D. potential disaster
24. Construction of the gigantic office building in this city was for years intermittent
A. stopping and starting at intervals
B. something that will happen soon
C. being watched with keen interest
D. anything that comes and goes
25. Although many modifications have been made in it, the game known in the United States as football can be traced directly to the English game of rugby.
A. rules B. Changes C. demands D. leagues
26. Your silence implies countenancing his abject behavior; therefore please clarify your stand to him.
A.supporting B.Obscuring C.concealing D.assisting
27. The graduate committee must be in full accord in their approval of a dissertation.
A. indecisive B. Sullen C. vocal D. unanimous
28. We regret being unable to entertain your request for providing free boarding to 15 sportsmen for two weeks.
A. receive B. Comply C. coincide D. consider
29. Justices of the peace have jurisdiction over the trials of some civil suits and of criminal cases involving minor offenses.
A. superiority B. Authority C. guidance D. consider
30. One of the things we have to do to prevent a pandemic is to make sure people understand and know what they can do to minimize the commotion.
A. command B. Collusion C. turmoil D. Tutelage