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Fingerprints form an unchangeable signature, and ______ for identification, despite
changes in the individual's appearance or age.
(A) the use of fingerprint records
(B) with the use of fingerprint records
(C) when fingerprint records are used
(D) fingerprint records can be used
D
2. Animals obtain their energy from _______ .
(A) eat their food
(B) their food to eat
(C) the food they eat
(D) they eat the food
C
3. Liquid water has fewer hydrogen bonds than ice; so more molecules can occupy the same
space, making liquid water ______ than ice.
(A) more dense
(B) is more dense
(C) more than dense
(D) as more dense
A
4. It is difficult for present-day readers ______ sister Carrie was withdrawn from
circulation at the turn of the century.
(A) to understand the novel why
(B) why to understand the novel
(C) the novel to understand why
(D) to understand why the novel
D
5. Historical linguists study ______ over time.
(A) languages evolve
(B) whether languages evolution
(C) how languages evolve
(D) evolution that languages
C
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6. Tennis star Chris Evert, who retired from the game after eighteen years, perhaps _____
more than anyone to make women's professional tennis a widely respected career.
(A) who did
(B) has done
(C) and doing
(D) to do
B
7. The daytime _____ bright because the Earth's atmosphere scatters sunlight.
(A) while sky is
(B) has a sky
(C) sky is
(D) for the sky
C
8. Edward Hopper's paintings portray the loneliness and isolation of the individuals _____.
(A) is in an urbanized society
(B) in society is urbanized
(C) who in an urbanized society
(D) in an urbanized society
D
9. Braille, _____ printing reading materials for use by people who are blind, consists
of a system of raised points or dots that are read by touch.
(A) is a method of
(B) a method of
(C) which a method of
(D) a method is of
B
10. The art of landscape architecture is almost as old ______ of architecture itself.
(A) as that
(B) than
(C) as
(D) than that
A
11. The development of synthetic fibers after 1940 led to the production of new types
of fabrics _____ more durable and easier to care for.
(A) that they were
(B) that were
(C) were
(D) and were
B
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12. Until the eighteenth century, charcoal was _____ used in blast furnaces, as well as in
glassmaking, blacksmithing, and metalworking.
(A) what the chief fuel
(B) the chief fuel that
(C) the chief fuel was
(D) the chief fuel
D
13. Pure iron cannot be hardened by heating and cooling, as _____, because iron lacks the
necessary carbon.
(A) steel it can
(B) can steel
(C) with steel can
(D) so can steel
B
14. Rapids and waterfalls, ______ along virtually all Massachusetts waterways, provided
power in colonial times for grist and saw mills and later for textile mills.
(A) common
(B) were common
(C) which, being common
(D) being common, were
A
15. Airsickness is produced by a disturbance of the inner car, ______ psychogenic
factors, such as fear, also play a part.
(A) in spite of
(B) neither
(C) nor
(D) although
D
16. A large collections of materials focused on Louisiana's history and culture is provided by
A
B
C
D
the Williams Reseach Center in New Orleans.
A
collectionscollection
17. Mary Austin's first book, The Land of little Rain, a description of desert life in the
A
B
western United States, won she immediate fame in 1903.
C
D
C
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sheher
18. The most abundant phosphate mineral, apatite, includes several type that vary in their
A
B
C
content of fluorine, chlorine, or hydroxyl ions.
D
B
typetypes
19.Having gained a reputation as a daring, intrepid journalist, Nellie Bly became the first
A
B
female report assigned to the Eastern front during the First World War.
C
D
C
reportreporter
20. In 1862 Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act, allows settlers 160 acres of free
A
B
C
land after they had worked it for five years.
D
A
allowsallowing
21. Alone with the other physical sciences, meteorology has developed in the past three
A
B
centuries from myth and folklore to rigorous observation , computation, analyze.
C
D
D
analyzeanalysis
22. In 1973 the United States armed forces were placed on an all-volunteer basis for a first
A
B
C
time since 1984.
D
C
athe
23. Because lions do not have exceptional speedy, they must rely on the element of
A
B
C
surprise for the hunt.
D
A
speedyspeed
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24. The position of the earth's magnetic poles is not constant but shows an appreciable
A
B
C
change after year to year.
D
D
afterfrom
25. Grassland vegetation reduces competition for water among species by concentrates roots
A
B
C
at different levels.
D
C
concentratesconcentrating
26. Like the giant reptiles, most lineages of organisms have eventually become extinct; still
A
B
some exist that have changed very little in millions of year.
C
D
D
yearyears
27. Demonstrations public are an effective means by which advocacy groups can bring
A
B
inequalities to the attention of local, state and federal officials.
C
D
A
Demonstrations publicpublic demonstrations
28. Methods used in preparing articles for an encyclopedia differs, depending on the length
A
B
C
D
of the article.
B
differsdiffer
29. Since the advent of rock music in the 1950's the popular music of the United States has
A
B
become a significant musical influence around world.
C
D
D
Around worldaround the world
30. Cloud droplets and ice crystals first form on certain types of small particles of dust or
A
B
C
another airborne materials.
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D
D
anotherother
31. Male fiddler crabs have huge claws that move back and forth similar violinists move
A
B
their arms when playing the violin.
C
D
B
similaras
32. Daylight saving time came into useful in the United States in an effort to conserve
A
B
electricity by having business hours correspond to the hours of natural daylight。
C
D
B
usefuluse
33. Almost every fruits and vegetables contain riboflavin; the richest sources are leafy green
A
B
C
vegetables such as spinach , kale , or turnip greens.
D
A
everyall
34. Gold lends itself to the making of decorative articles because of its great resistant to
A
B
C
D
corrosion and tarnish and its ease of working.
D
resistantresistance
35. Ethics is the branch of philosophy that deals with the values of life in a coherent,
A
B
systematic, and science manner.
C
D
D
sciencescientific
36. Indiscriminately dumping of waste materials and inadequate sewage treatment are two
A
B
serious causes of environmental pollution.
C
D
A
indiscriminatelyindiscriminate
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37. The builders of the variety ancient cliff ruins scattered throughout the canyons and
A
B
C
mesas of the arid Southwest of the United States are known as the cliff dwellers.
D
B
varietyvarious
38. A fragrant plant has tiny sacs that makes and stores the substances that give it a
A
B
C
D
pleasant odor.
B
makes and storesmake and store
39. Nomadic hunter and gatherer societies have access to only a limited amount of food in
A
an area and moved on when they have exhausted each locality.
B
C
D
C
moved onmove on
40. Collagen, a strong rubbery protein, supports the earflaps and the tip of nose in humans.
A
B
C
D
D
humans human
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