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          1. 2000年全國碩士研究生入學考試英語試題及參考答案

            作者: 來源:滬江論壇 時間:2006-03-17 16:15


            Section I Structure and Vocabulary
            Part A
            Beneath each of the following sentences, there are four choices marked [A], [B], [C] and [D]. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on ANSWER SHEET 1 by blackening the corresponding letter in the brackets with a pencil. (5 points)
            I have been to the Great Wall three times ________ 1979.
            [A] from
            [B] after
            [C] for
            [D] since
            The sentence should read, "I have been to the Great Wall three times since 1979." Therefore, you should choose [D]
            Sample Answer
            [A] [B] [C] [■]
            1. As I'll be away for at least a year, I'd appreciate ________ from you now and then telling me how everyone is getting along.
            [A] hearing
            [B] to hear
            [C] to be hearing
            [D] having heard
            2. Greatly agitated, I rushed to the apartment and tried the door, ________ to find it locked.
            [A] just
            [B] only
            [C] hence
            [D] thus
            3. Doctors see a connection between increase amounts of leisure time spent ________ and the increased number of cases of skin cancer.
            [A] to sunbathe
            [B] to have sunbathed
            [C] having sunbathed
            [D] sunbathing
            4. Unless you sign a contract with the insurance company for your goods, you are not entitled ________ a repayment for the goods damaged in delivery.
            [A] to
            [B] with
            [C] for
            [D] on
            5. On a rainy day I was driving north through Vermont ________ I noticed a young man holding up a sign reading "Boston".
            [A] which
            [B] where
            [C] when
            [D] that
            6. Christie stared angrily at her boss and turned away, as though ________ out of the office.
            [A] went
            [B] gone
            [C] to go
            [D] would go
            7. The roles expected ________ old people in such a setting give too few psychological satisfactions for normal happiness.
            [A] of
            [B] on
            [C] to
            [D] with
            8. Talk to anyone in the drug industry, ________ you'll soon discover that the science of genetics is the biggest thing to hit drug research since penicillin was discovered.
            [A] or
            [B] and
            [C] for
            [D] so
            9. It wasn't so much that I disliked her ________ that I just wasn't interested in the whole business.
            [A] rather
            [B] so
            [C] than
            [D] as
            10. Countless divorced politicians would have been elected out of office years ago had they even thought of a divorce, let alone ________ one.
            [A] getting
            [B] to get
            [C] gotten
            [D] get



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