例1填空 93-1

The author affects _____ in the tone of his novels that is quite at odds with his predilection for invective in his nonfiction publications.A. a tenacity

B. a neutrality

C. a pugnacity

D. an effusiveness

E. an irascibility


| affect

1. to act upon (a person or a personʼs feelings) so as to cause a response 影响

2. to present a false appearance of 假装

3. to go to or spend time in often 经常参与

例2填空 26-8

The dictator’s gleaming military uniform and imperial paraphernalia sharply contrast with the _____ fashion favored by most other contemporary political leaders.A. unostentatious

B. modest

C. august

D. majestic

E. formal

F. casual


| august

1. the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar 八月

2. marked by majestic dignity or grandeur 宏伟的

例3填空 90-3

The professor frequently reiterated a basic assumption behind the experimental method—namely, that the outcome of the experiment is always (i)_____. The hypothesis can never assume the experiment’s results, in other words, but instead must (ii)_____ their appearance.

A. undetermined D. await
B. incontrovertible E. signal
C. inconsequential F. negate



1. to think that something is true or probably true without knowing that it is true 假定

2. to take up or in 接受

3. to take to or upon oneself 承担

4. to take on 呈现

5. seize, usurp 获取

6. to take as granted or true 认为理所应当,认定为真

例4填空 84-7

The recent exhibition on Dadaism is nothing if not _____, for the visual arts are currently awash in Dadaist gestures and gambits of one variety or another.A. sensational

B. timely

C. daunting

D. ill-advised

E. opportune

F. misguided


| awash

1. flooded with or covered by water or another liquid 被水淹没

2. filled, covered, or completely overrun as if by a flood 充满

例5填空 16-10

The major _____ of much popular history is that it betrays no interest in making intellectual contributions to our understanding of an issue.A. characteristic

B. shortcoming

C. dilemma

D. quandary

E. ploy

F. fault

答案:BF| betray

1. to give information about (a person, group, country, etc.) to an enemy 泄密

2. to hurt someone who trusts you by not giving help or by doing something morally wrong 背叛

3.  to show something without wanting or trying to 不经意地表现


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