:::
英文4082-003

(A)041.Lung cancer deaths _____ a quarter of all American cancer deaths, killing more people every year than prostate, breast, and colon cancer combined. (A)account for (B)emerge as (C)are due to (D)are damaged by

(D)042.The U.S. has hiked the tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods from 10% to 25% overnight, _____ the battle between the two economic powers. (A)colluding (B)debilitating (C)corrupting (D)escalating

(B)043.0The victim said, “If the police want to keep me in jail, they will _____ a case of keeping a weapon without a license or just anything.” (A)turn up (B)trump up (C)petition for (D)plan on

(D)044.This case is said to be the most insulting instance of attempting to abuse the very machinery of justice for an individual's own _____ end. (A)novel (B)lofty (C)fair (D)evil

(A)045.Some academic conference events were attended because of their potential for _____ rather than as an imperative for research. (A)leisure (B)boycott (C)treasury (D)measure

(C)046.To improve the air quality of the city, it is _____ that all residents join hands to cut down air pollution by 20% in the next five years. (A)adaptable (B)eccentric (C)imperative (D)outrageous

(B)047.The long-run Broadway musical Cats in New York city has featured many of the most _____ performers to attract millions of viewers each year. (A)liberated (B)pronounced (C)reconciled (D)speculated

(C)048.If Erica invited his ex-wife to the party, Ted would _____ a believable excuse for non-attendance. (A)accommodate (B)incorporate (C)fabricate (D)replicate

(D)049.I have heard many different _____ of the same story, and they all have a sad ending. (A) tunes (B) covers (C) bindings (D) versions

(D)050.Among the top cell phone makers, their smart phone products have always been known for their quality design and attention to . (A) bill (B) silence (C) confidence (D) detail

(A)051.It’s not difficult to _____ the new printer if you follow the instructions carefully. (A) set up (B) set in (C) set off (D) set out

(B)052.When you are asked to _____ an article, you need to summarize and evaluate the author’s ideas. (A) murmur (B) review (C) handle (D) stimulate

(C)053.People are curious where Anita got her hair cut because she looks _____ with her new hair style. (A) likely (B) necessary (C) terrific (D) possible

(A)054.A group of Russian hackers has 1.2 billion username and password combinations from Internet users since 2011. (A) gathered (B) impacted (C) fastened (D) caught

(D)055.Thai people ______ the New Year with a water festival during which they throw water at each other all day. (A) skip (B) apply (C) escape (D) celebrate

(A)056.Our teacher keeps telling us that using _____ can help us understand the meaning and usage of unknown words. (A) dictionaries (B) messages (C) telegraphs (D) menus

(D)057.Joanne did not finish her office work today because she worked too _____. (A) chiefly (B) speedily (C) rapidly (D) slowly

(D)058.Beethoven is regarded as a ______ musician. His classical masterpieces have been highly admired by his fans all over the world. (A) conservative (B) invaluable (C) legitimate (D) prestigious

(D)059.In the US, it is considered rude to stare; ,the polite Englishman is taught to pay strict attention to a speaker. (A)in consequence (B)in hindsight (C)in retrospect (D)in contrast

(C)060.Although wearable devices like smart watches and fitness wristbands are cool, they may be hacked and information of users’ ATM passwords or PIN. (A)flee (B)kick (C)leak (D)tick