2017年职称英语考试卫生A模拟试题及答案(1)

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2017年职称英语考试卫生A模拟试题及答案(1)

  本文包括,第1部分:词汇选项(第1-15题,每题1分,共15分),第2部分:阅读判断(第16-22题,每题1分,共7分),第3部分:概括大意与完成句子(第23-30题,每题1分,共8分),第4部分:阅读理解(第31-45题,每题3分,共45分),第5部分:补全短文(第46-50题,每题2分,共10分),第6部分:完形填空(第51-65题,每题1分,共15分)。

2011年职称英语考试卫生A模拟试题及答案(1)

  一、单选题(下面共有15个句子,每个句子中均有1个词或短语划有底横线,请从每个句子后面所给的4个选项中选择1个与划线部分意义最相近的词或短语。答案一律涂在答题卡相应的位置上。)

  1、 She was a puzzle.

  A girl     C problem

  B woman  D mystery

  A B C D

  标准答案: d

  2、 Her speciality is heart surgery

  A region C field

  B site   D platform

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  3、 France has kept intimate links with its former African territories

  A friendly  C strong

  B private  D secret

  A B C D

  标准答案: a

  4、 You should have blended the butter with the sugar thoroughly,

  A spread  C beaten

  B mixed  D covered

  A B C D

  标准答案: b

  5、 he industrial revolution modified the whole structure of English society.

  A destroyed C smashed

  B broke   D changed

  A B C D

  标准答案: d

  6、 Tickets are limited and will be allocated to those who apply first.

  A posted  C given

  B sent   D handed

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  7、 The change in that village was miraculous.

  A conservative C insignificant

  B amazing    D unforgettable

  A B C D

  标准答案: b

  8、 Customers often defer payment for as long as possible.

  A make   C postpone

  B demand D obtain

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  9、 Canada will prohibit smoking in all offices later this year.

  A ban    C eliminate

  B remove  D expel

  A B C D

  标准答案: a

  10、 She read a poem which depicts the splendor of the sunset.

  A declares B asserts

  C describes D announces.

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  11、 From my standpoint, this thing is just ridiculous

  A field     C knowledge

  B point of view D information

  A B C D

  标准答案: b

  12、 The latest census is encouraging

  A statement B assessment

  C evaluation D count

  A B C D

  标准答案: b

  13、 The curious looks from the strangers around her made her feel uneasy.

  A different   C uncomfortable

  B proud    D unconscious

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  14、 Reading the job ad, he wondered whether he was eligible to apply for it.

  A able  C qualified

  B fortunate D competent

  A B C D

  标准答案: c

  15、 He was elevated to the post of prime minister.

  A pulled   C lifted

  B promoted  D treated

  A B C D

  标准答案: b

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  二、匹配题(概括大意与完成句子(每题1分,共8分))

  16、

  Successful Language Learners

  Some people seem to have a knack for learning languages. They can pick up new vocabulary, master rules or grammar, and learn to write in the new language more quickly than others. They do not seem to be any more intelligent than others, so what makes language learning so much easier for them? Perhaps if we take a close look at these successful language learners, we may discover a few of the techniques which make language learning easier for them.

  First of all, successful language learners are independent learners. They do not depend on the book or the teacher; they discover their own way to learn the language. Instead of waiting for the teacher to explain, they try to find the patterns and the rules for themselves. They are good guessers who look for clues and form their own conclusions. When they guess wrong, they guess again. They try to learn from mistakes.

  Successful language learning is active learning. Therefore, successful learners do not wait for a chance to use the language; they look for such a chance. They find people who speak the language and they ask these people to correct them when they make a mistake. They will try anything to communicate. They are not afraid to repeat what they hear or to say strange things; they are willing to make mistakes and try again. When communication is difficult, they can accept information that is inexact or incomplete. It is more important for them to learn to think in the language than to know the meaning of every word.

  Finally, successful language learners are learners with a purpose. They want to learn the language because they are interested in the language and the people who speak it. It is necessary for them to learn the language in order to communicate with these people and to learn from them. They find it easy to practice using the language regularly because they want to learn with it.

  What kind of language learner are you? If you are a successful language learner, you have probably been learning independently, actively, and purposefully. On the other hand, if your language learning has been less than successful, you might as well try some of the techniques outlined above.

  1. Paragraph 1__________

  2. Paragraph 2__________

  3. Paragraph 3__________

  4. Paragraph 4__________

  A. Ways to Learn a Language Successfully

  B. Learning a language Purposefully

  C. Learning a Language Actively

  D. Learning a Language Independently

  E. Learning from Mistakes

  F. Learning to Think in the Target Language

  标准答案: A,D,C,B

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  5. Successful language learners derive conclusions___________

  6. Independent Language learners rely on themselves___________

  7. Active language learners seize every opportunity______________

  8. The author wrote this text_________________

  A. to discover sentence patterns and grammatical rules

  B. to expand vocabulary

  C. to use the target language

  D. to encourage unsuccessful language learners to learn independently, actively and purposefully

  E. from clues

  F. to say strange things

  标准答案: E,A,C,D

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  三、案例分析题(阅读判断(每题1分,共7分);补全短文(每题2分,共10分);阅读理解(每题3分,共45分);完形填空(每题1分,共15分))

  18、

  TV Game Shows

  One of the most fascinating things about television is the size of the audience. A novel can be on the "best seller" lists with a sale of fewer than 100,000 copies, but a popular TV show might have 70 million TV viewers. TV can make anything or anyone well-known overnight.

  This is the principle behind "quiz" or "game" shows, which put ordinary people on TV to play a game for prizes and money. A quiz show can make anyone a star, and it can give away thousands of dollars in the U.S. and almost everyone watched them. Charles Van Doren, an English instructor, became rich and famous after winning money on several shows. He even had a career as a television personality. But one of the losers proved that Charles Van Doren was cheating. It turned out that the show's producers who were pulling the strings, gave the answers to the most popular contestants beforehand. Why? Because if the audience didn't like the person who won the game, they turned the show off. The result of this cheating was a huge scandal. Based on his story, a movie under the title "Quiz Show" is on 40 years later.

  Charles Van Doren is no longer involved with TV. But game shows are still here, though they aren't taken as seriously. In fact, some of them try to be as ridiculous as possible. There are shows that send strangers on vacation trips together, or that try to cause newly-married couples to fight on TV, or that punish losers by humiliation them. The entertainment now is to see what people will do just to be on TV. People still win money, but the real prize is to be in front of an audience of millions.

  1. TV can make a beggar world-famous overnight.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  2. The principle behind "quiz" and "game" shows is to put ordinary people on TV to play a game for prizes and money.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  3. Prizes and money are usually provided by TV stars and large companies for winners.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  4. One of the TV personalities, Charles Van Doren was proved to be cheating by persuading the Show's producers to give him the answers beforehand.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  1、 A B C

  2、 A B C

  3、 A B C

  4、 A B C

  标准答案: A,B,C,B

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  5. The huge scandal of cheating in TV game shows was not exposed until 40 years later in the movie "Quiz Show".

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  6. Nowadays game shows are not treated as seriously as they used to be.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  7. Winners of present-day TV game shows no longer get money from the shows.

  A. Right

  B. Wrong

  C. Not mentioned

  1、 A B C

  2、 A B C

  3、 A B C

  标准答案: B,A,B

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  20、

  Bringing Nanotechnology to Health Care for the Poor

  Nanotechnology uses matter at the level of molecules and atoms. Researchers are finding different uses for particles with a length of one nanometer, or one-billionth of a meter, These include things like beauty products1 and dirt-resistant clothing. But one area where many experts believe nanotechnology holds great promise is medicine.

  Last week, speakers at a program in Washington discussed using nanotechnology to improve health care in developing countries. The program took place at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Peter Singer at the University of Toronto says a nanotechnology called quantum dots2 could be used to confirm cases of malaria. He says it could offer a better way than the traditional process of looking at a person’s blood under a microscope.

  In poor countries, this process is often not followed. As a result, sick people may get treated for malaria even if they do not have it. Such misuse of medicines can lead to drug resistance. Quantum dots are particles that give off3 light when activated. Researchers are studying ways to program them to identify diseases by lighting up in the presence of a targeted molecule. 4

  Experts say nanotechnology shows promise not just for diagnosing diseases, but also for treating them. Piotr Grodzinski of the National Institutes of Health5 talked about how nanotechnology could make drugs more effective. He talked about cancer drugs already developed with nanotechnology. He says if a drug can target a cancer locally in the body, then much less of it might be needed, and that means lower side effects.6

  Andrew Maynard is chief scientist for the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies at the Woodrow Wilson Center. He noted that Brazil, India, China and South Africa are currently doing nanotechnology research that could help poor countries. But he also noted that there is some risk in using nano-materials. He says nanometer-sized particles behave differently in the body and the environment compared to larger particles7. Experts say more investment in research is needed to better understand these risks.

  词汇:

  nanotechnology/5nAnEutek7nlEdZI/n 纳米技术 matter/5mAtE/n.物质

  molecule/5mClikju:l, 5mEu-/n.分子atom/5AtEm/n.原子

  nanometer/5neinE7mi:tE/n.纳米,毫微米 (长度单位,=10-9m)one-billionth n.十亿分之一dirt-resistant adj,防尘的,防污的promise/5prCmis/n.希望,前途program/5prEu^rAm/(=programme)n.节目,节目单vt.为……编制程序scholar/5skClE/n.学者quantum/5kwCntEm/n.量;量子.

  dot/dCt/n.(小)点,圆点confirm/kEn5fE:m/vt.确认;证实case/keis/n.病症;病例; malaria/mE5lZEriE/n.疟(疾) misuse/5mis5ju:z/n.误用,滥用 particle/5pB:tikl/n.颗粒.微粒:粒子activate/5Aktiveit/vt.使激活 identify/ai5dentifai/v.辨认diagnose/5daiE^nEuz/vt.诊断(疾病)

  Brazil/brE5zil/n.巴西nano-material n.纳米材料investment/ in5vestmEnt / n.投资;投资额

  练习:

  1. Which of the following uses of nanotechnology is NOT mentioned in the passage?

  A To make beauty products and dirt-resistant clothing.

  B To produce better and lighter building materials.

  C To help more accurately diagnose diseases.

  D To help more effectively treat diseases.

  2. How can quantum dots be used to confirm diseases?

  A By traditionally looking at a person’s blood under a microscope.

  B By letting a person take some kind of medicine.

  C By lighting up in the presence of a targeted molecule.

  D By subjecting a person to an X-ray examination.

  3. How can nanotechnology be used to make a drug more effective?

  A By making a drug target the focus of a disease.

  B By changing the structure of the body cells.

  C By lowering the side effects caused by a drug.

  D By letting a patient take a dose as large as possible.

  4. The following developing countries are doing very well scientific research on nanotechnology EXCEPT______.

  A China B Brazil C Iran D India

  5. Which of the following is the possible risk in using nano-materials mentioned in the passage?

  A They may cause some damage to the body cells.

  B They are harmful materials themselves.

  C They may store in the body.

  D They may behave differently in the body and the environment.

  1、 A B C D

  2、 A B C D

  3、 A B C D

  4、 A B C D

  5、 A B C D

  标准答案: B,C,A,C,D

  21、

  Multivitamins Urged for All Pregnant Women

  A recent study in Tanzania found that when pregnant women took vitamins every day, fewer babies were born too small. Babies that weigh less than two and one-half kilograms at birth have a greater risk of dying. Those that survive are more likely to experience problems with their development. And experts say that as adults they have a higher risk of diseases including heart disease and diabetes. The World Health Organization1 estimates that every year twenty million babies are born with low birth weight. Nine out of ten of them are born in developing countries.

  The new study took place in Dares Salaam. 4, 200 pregnant women received multivitamins. The pills contained all of the vitamins in the B group along with2 vitamins C and E. They also contained several times more iron and folate than the levels advised for women in developed nations. Pregnant women especially in poor countries may find it difficult to get enough vitamins and minerals from the foods in their diet.

  The scientists compared the findings with results from a group of 4,000 women who did not receive the vitamins. A report by the scientists, from the United States and Tanzania, appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine. 3 Wafaie Fawzi of the Harvard University School of Public Health4 led the study. None of the women in the study had HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The scientists reported earlier that daily multivitamins were a low-cost way to reduce fetal deaths in pregnant women infected with5 HIV. The earlier work in Tanzania also found improvement in the mothers in their number of blood cells known as lymphocytes. Lymphocytes increase the body’s immunity against infection.

  The new study in pregnant women who were not infected with the AIDS virus found that multivitamins reduced the risk of low birth weight. Just under eight percent of the babies born to women who took the multivitamins weighed less than 2,500 grams. The rate was almost nine and one-half percent in the group of women who received a placebo, an inactive pill, instead of the vitamins. But the vitamins did not do much to reduce the rates of babies being born too early or dying while still a fetus. Still, the researchers say multivitamins should be considered for all pregnant women in developing countries.

  词汇:

  multivitamin/7mQlti5vaitEmin/adj.多种维生素的 urge/E:dV/v.促进/v.极力主张;强烈要求;敦促 pregnant/5pre^nEnt/adj.怀孕的,妊娠的

  Tanzania/7tAnzE5ni:E/n.坦桑尼亚(非洲国家) diabetes/7daiE5bi:ti:z, -ti:s/n.糖尿病,多尿症 Dar es Salaam/5dB:r es sE5lB:m/n.达累斯萨拉姆(坦桑尼亚首都)folate/5fEuleit/n.叶酸盐 mineral/5minErEl/n.矿物质;无机盐adj.矿物质的;无机的 fetal/5fi:tl/adj.胎儿的, 胎的

  lymphocyte/5limfEsait/n.淋巴球, 淋巴细胞immunity/i5mju:niti/n..免疫力;免疫性 infection/in5fekFEn/n.传染,感染;传染病 placebo/plE5si:bEu/n.安慰剂;安慰剂治疗 inactive/in5Aktiv/adj.无作用的 pill/pil/n.药丸,丸剂fetus/5fi:tEs/n.胎,胎儿

  练习:

  1. How many babies are born with low birth weight in the developed countries every year according to WHO?

  A 20,000,000.

  B 18,000,000.

  C 2,000,000.

  D 38,000,000.

  2. A pill of multivitamins may contain all of the following substances EXCEPT

  A all vitamins in the B group.

  B vitamins C and E.

  C much iron and folate.

  D antiviral substances.

  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the effects of multivitamins mentioned in the passage?

  A To reduce the rate of babies born too early.

  B To reduce the risk of low birth weight.

  C To reduce fetal deaths in pregnant women infected with HIV.

  D To increase the number of lymphocytes in mothers’ blood.

  4. What a role do lymphocytes play in the human body?

  A To reduce the rate of dying while still a fetus.

  B To raise the body’s immunity against infection.

  C To help prevent the development of heart disease.

  D To help prevent the development of diabetes.

  5. How many percent of babies were born with low birth weight to women who were not infected with the AIDS virus and took the multivitamins according to a new study?

  A Less than8%.

  B About 9.5%.

  C 1.5%.

  D 17.5%.

  1、 A B C D

  2、 A B C D

  3、 A B C D

  4、 A B C D

  5、 A B C D

  标准答案: C,D,A,B,A

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  Warm People Likely to Keep Cold at Bay

  Staying positive2 through the cold season could be your best defense against getting iii, new study findings suggest. is an experiment that exposed healthy volunteers to a cold or fluvirus3, researchers found that people with a generally sunny disposition4 were less likely to fall ill.

  The findings, published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, build on evidence that a “positive emotional style” 5 can help ward off the common cold and other illnesses. Researchers believe the reasons may be both objective as in happiness boosting immune function and subjective as in happy people being less troubled by a scratchy throat6 or runny nose.

  “People with a positive emotional style may have different immune responses to the virus,”explained lead study author Dr Sheldon Cohen of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. “And when they do get a cold, they may interpret their illness as being less severe.”

  Cohen and his colleagues had found in a previous study that happier people seemed less susceptible to7 catching a cold, but some questions remained as to8 whether the emotional trait itself had the effect.

  For the new study, the researchers had 193 healthy adults complete standard measures of personality traits, self-perceived health and emotional “style”. Those who tended to be happy, energetic and easy going were judged as having a positive emotional style, while those who were often unhappy, tense and hostile had a negative style.

  The researchers gave them nasal drops containing either a cold virus or a particular flu virus. Over the next six days, the volunteers reported on any aches, pains, sneezing or congestion they had, while the researchers collected objective data, like daily mucus production. Cohen and his colleagues found that based on objective measures of nasal woes, happy people were less likely to develop a cold.

  词汇:

  bay/bei/n.绝境,穷途末路 flu/flu:/流感/(influenza的简称)流(行性)感(冒) virus/5vaiErEs/n.病毒 disposition/dispE5ziFEn/n.本性,性情

  psychosomatic/7saikEusEu5mAtik/adj.心身的,身心的 boost/bu:st/v.提高,举起

  scratchy/5skrAtFi/adj.刺痛的,使人发痒的 runny/5rQnI/adj.流粘液的

  pittsburgh/5pitsbE:^/n.匹兹堡(美国城市) colleague/5kCli:^/n.同事

  susceptible/sE5septEbl/adj.易感的,敏感的

  catch/kAtF/vt.感染到 trait/treit/n.特质;特性 perceive/pE5si:v/vt.发觉,觉察;理解 energetic/7enE5dVetik/.adj.精力充沛的,精神饱满的easy-going /i:zi5gEuin/adj.随和的 tense/tens/adj.紧张的 hostile/5hCstail/adj.敌意的 nasal/5neizEl/adj.鼻的 ache/eik/n.(长时间连续的)疼痛,酸痛 sneeze/sni:z/vi打喷嚏 congestion/kEn5dVestFEn/n.充血 mucus/5mju:kE s/n.粘液woe/wEu/n.痛苦,苦恼;(复)灾难,苦头

  注释:

  1.Warm People likely to Keep Cold Gt Bay:情绪乐观的人不易患感冒。warm people原意是“热心肠的人,情绪高昂的人”,keep/hold…to bay是“使……走投无路,不使……接近”的意思,因此本题目如果直译则是”情绪高昂的人可能让感冒不能得逞”或“情绪高昂的人可能远离感冒”或“情绪高昂的人可能拒感冒于千里之外”。

  2.staying positive:保持积极向上(的情绪)

  3.exposed healthy volunteers to a cold or flu virus:使健康的志愿者接触感冒(病毒)或流感病毒。expose原意是“使暴露,使面临”,这里expose sb.to sth。是“使……接触……”的意思。

  4.sunny disposition:乐观开朗的个性

  5.positive emotional style:乐观情绪型,情绪积极型

  6.scratchy throat:嗓子痛

  7.susceptible to:对……敏感的,容易受到……影响的

  8.as to:关于,至于

  练习:

  1. According to a study author, when people with a positive emotional style do get a cold, they may think

  A that their illness is very serious

  B that their illness is not so serious

  C that they do not get any illness at all

  D that the illness they get is not a mild one

  2. People with a positive emotional style may have all of the followingcharacteristics EXCEPT

  A happy

  B selfish

  C easy-going

  D energetic

  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the characteristics that people with a negativeemotional style may have?

  A Hostile.

  B Unhappy.

  C Warm-blooded.

  D Tense.

  4. How did the researchers test their volunteers?

  A By giving everyone nasal drops containing either a cold virus or a particular flu virus.

  B By giving everyone a medicine that help lessen the probability of catching cold.

  C By giving everyone an injection boosting immune function.

  D By investigating everyone’s characteristics, interests and hobbies.

  5. Which of the following items is NOT included in the data that the researchers collected?

  A Mucus production.

  B Aches and pains.

  C Sneezing or congestion.

  D Blood test.

  1、 A B C D

  2、 A B C D

  3、 A B C D

  4、 A B C D

  5、 A B C D

  标准答案: B,B,C,A,D

  23、

  Teamwork in Tourism

  Growing cooperation among branches of tourism has proved valuable to all concerned. Government bureaus, trade and travel associations, carriers and properties are all working together to bring about optimum conditions for travelers.

  Travel operators, specialists in the field of planning, sponsor extensive research programs. They have knowledge of all areas and all carrier services, and they are experts in organizing different types of tours and ____(1)____. They distribute materials to agencies, such as journals, brochures and advertising projects. They offer familiarization and workshop tours ____(2)____.

  Tourist counselors give valuable seminars to acquaint agents with new programs and techniques in selling. In this way agents learn ____(3)____ and to suggest different modes and combinations of travel - planes; ships, trains, motorcoaches, car-rentals, and even car purchases.

  Properties and agencies work closely together to make the most suitable contracts, considering both the comfort of the clients and their own profitable financial arrangement. Agencies rely upon the good services of hotels, and, conversely, ____(4)____, to fulfill their contracts and to send them clients.

  The same confidence exists between agencies and carriers, ____(5)____. Carriers are dependent upon agencies to supply passengers, and agencies are dependent upon carriers to present them with marketable tours. All services must work together for greater efficiency, fair pricing and contented customers.

  A including car-rental and sight-seeing services.

  B so that in a short time agents can obtain first-hand knowledge of the tours.

  C in preparing effective advertising campaigns

  D as a result tourism is flouring in all countries

  E hotels rely upon agencies

  F to explain destinations

  1、 A B C D E F

  2、 A B C D E F

  3、 A B C D E F

  4、 A B C D E F

  5、 A B C D E F

  标准答案: C,B,F,E,A

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  The Invention of the telephone

  In the nineteenth century, the invention of the telegraph made it possible to send noises, signals, and even music over wires from one place to another. However, the human voice __1__ this way. Many inventors tried to find a __2__ to send a voice over wires, and in 1876 some of their efforts were crowned with success. ___3___ American inventors, Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray, __4__ at almost the same time. The United States Supreme Court finally had to decide which of the two __5__ the first inventor of the telephone. The Court decided __6__ Bell's favor.

  Born in Edinbrug, Scotland, Bell grew up in a family __7__ was very interested in teaching people to speak. His grandfather had been an actor who left __8__ to teach elocution; his father was a teacher __9__ deaf-mutes learn how to speak.

  However, probably none of the __10__ inventions gave Bell the same feeling of triumph __11__ he had on the day when he spilled some acid from his batteries. It was after he had worked for months to find ways to send something more __12__metallic twangs over the wires. Thinking Watson, __13__, was in the next room, Bell called, "Mr.Watson, __14__. I want you." Watson was not in the next room. He was down in his laboratory, __15__ to the receiver. To Watson's surprise, he heard the words perfectly. He ran to tell Bell the news: the wires had carried Bell's voice perfectly.

  EXERCISE:

  1. A) had never traveled B) never had traveled

  C) was never traveled D) never was traveled

  2. A) solution B) key C) way D) mean

  3. A)Two B) The two C) The two of D) Of two

  4. A) was succeeded B) have succeeded

  C) succeeded D) was succeeding

  5. A) was B) to be C) being D) having been

  1、 A B C D

  2、 A B C D

  3、 A B C D

  4、 A B C D

  5、 A B C D

  标准答案: A,C,A,C,A

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  6. A) at B) on C) to D) in

  7. A) that B)where C) in which D) who

  8. A) a theatre B) theatre C) theatres D) the treatre

  9. A) which was helped B) that was helped

  C) who helped D) who has helped

  10. A) later B) latter C) lately D) afterwards

  1、 A B C D

  2、 A B C D

  3、 A B C D

  4、 A B C D

  5、 A B C D

  标准答案: D,A,D,C,A

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  11. A) like B) to C)which D) as

  12. A) of B) / C) as D) than

  13. A) being his helper B) was his helperC) his helper D) to be his helper

  14. A) come here B) come up C) go away D) go down

  15. A) besides B) beside C) next D) by

  标准答案: D,D,C,A,C

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