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CET-6词汇语法模拟题集9

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CET-6词汇语法模拟题集9

  1. When any non-human organ is transplanted into a person, the body immediately recognizes it as ____.
   [A] novel       [B] remote
   [C] distant      [D] foreign
 2. My favorite radio song is the one I first heard on a thick 1923 Edison disc I ____ at a garage sale.
   [A] trifled with    [B] scraped through
   [C] stumbled upon   [D] thirsted for
 3. Some day software will translate both written and spoken language so well that the need for any common second language could ____.
   [A] descend      [B] decline
   [C] deteriorate    [D] depress
 4. Equipment not ____ official safety standards has all been removed from the workshop.
   [A] conforming to   [B] consistent with
   [C] predominant over  [D] providing for
 5. As an industry, biotechnology stands to ____ electronics in dollar volume and perhaps surpass it in social impact by 2020.
   [A] contend      [B] contest
   [C] rival       [D] strive
 6. Mr. Smith and Mrs. Smith will ____ in looking after their baby.
   [A] alternate     [B] alter
   [C] change       [D] differ
 7. Every manager needs a secretary that he can ____ to take care of something that may occur in his absence.
   [A] count on      [B] count off
   [C] count for     [D] count out
 8. If banks on the city failed in one day, there would be a ____ among businessmen.
   [A] fear        [B] terror
   [C] dread       [D] panic
 9. Sometimes manufacturers can not sell a product because it does not ____ the expectations of potential customers.
   [A] confine to     [B] conform to
   [C] confer with    [D] confide to
 10. It is commonly held that language problems are very often ____ by cultural misunderstanding.
   [A] decreased     [B] solved
   [C] compounded     [D] overlooked
 11. Her letter was in such a casual scrawl, and in such pale ink, that it was ____.
   [A] unintelligible   [B] vague
   [C] obscure      [D] illegible
 12. A legend is a popular story ____ history, but which has been elaborated beyond the point of verification.
   [A] rooted in     [B] confined to
   [C] cherished by    [D] lost in
 13. Thomas Edison considered genius to be ____ one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration.
   [A] composed of    [B] constituted in
   [C] consisted of    [D] comprised in
 14. Labor unions in some western countries are ____ a 35-hour week in order to create more jobs.
   [A] advocating     [B] attacking
   [C] opposing      [D] praising
 15. It’s been decided as a rule that our faculty gives travelling ____ to those who travel in the course of their work.
   [A] allowances     [B] alliances
   [C] appliances     [D] allotments
  16. Both military and ____ personnel attended the conference to confer on the defense budget of the country.
   [A] civilian      [B] civil
   [C] common       [D] ordinary
 17. Our show features consist of fifty ____ dancing girls, all of whom have attended recent years’ beauty contest.
   [A] gloomy       [B] luxurious
   [C] gorgeous      [D] glorious
 18. We shook hands and then embraced each other as a ____ of our friendship.
   [A] reason       [B] significance
   [C] proof       [D] token
 19. Can one color ____ into another? If yes, what color will it result?
   [A] connect      [B] merge
   [C] associate     [D] attach
 20. This intervention in another nation’s affairs has set a ____ which we hope other countries will not follow.
   [A] precedent     [B] precedence
   [C] priority      [D] presentation
 21. Some scientists believe that soon it will be ____ for people to travel to the moon.
   [A] classic      [B] commonwealth
   [C] commonplace    [D] commonsense
 22. His ____ in English, French and Italian made him a prominent interpreter in the country.
   [A] proficiency    [B] diversion
   [C] immersion     [D] involvement
 23. The police ____ that the man was murdered but they have given no proof.
   [A] allege       [B] pledge
   [C] promise      [D] proclaim
 24. He makes a living by ____ tobacco and sweets in a small shop.
   [A] wholesaling    [B] retailing
   [C] retaining     [D] reserving
 25. It would be nice to have another holiday, but we’ve got to be ____ --we can’t really afford one.
   [A] real        [B] idealistic
   [C] realistic     [D] reasonable
 26. The lack of manners and common politeness is not ____ to business deals. It’s a social blank.
   [A] exclusive     [B] inclusive 
   [C] elusive      [D] impassive
 27. In the Christian religion, the unlucky number 13 ____ back to the Last Supper.
   [A] tracks       [B] traces
   [C] dates       [D] tails
 28. If you are not ____ enough in your home language, you can’t handle abstract thought.
   [A] literary      [B] literate
   [C] illiterate     [D] intelligent
 29. A professional novelist ____ the hopes of amateur rivals when he won the Second World One-Day Novel Cup.
   [A] abashed      [B] dashed
   [C] gashed       [D] crashed
 30. The girl was so ____ that they could fool her easily.
   [A] incredible     [B] credible
   [C] credulous     [D] creditable