A. caught B. to have caught C. to catch D. having caught
26. Since nobody gave him any help, he have done the research on his own.
A. can B. must C. would D. need
27. We very early so we packed the night before.
A. leave B. had left C. were leaving D. have left
28. The watch was very good, and he ______ 20 percent down for it.
A. paid B. cost C. bought D. spent
29. The watch was very good, and he 20 percent down for it.
A. a good one B. a better one C. the best one D. a best one
30. It was only after he had read the papers Mr. Gross realized the task before him was extremely difficult to complete.
A. when B. that C. which D. what
31 A serious study of physics is impossible some knowledge of mathematics.
A. against B. before C. beyond D. without
32. Only by increasing the number of doctors by 50 percent properly in this hospital.
A. can be the patients B. can the patients be treated
C. the patients can be treated D. treated can be the patients
33.Four and half hours of discussion took us up to midnight, and break for cheese chocolate and tea with sugar.
A. a; a B. the; the C.不填；the D. a; 不填
34. It's an either-or situation - we can buy a new car this year or we can go on holiday but we can’t do .
A. others B. either C. another D. both
35.—Are you sure you won't come for a drink with us?
— ,if you insist
A. Not at all B. It depends C. All right then D.I don't care
阅读下面短文，从短文后面各题锁哥的四个选项(A、 B、C 和 D)中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Michael Greenberg is a very popular New Yorker. He is not famous in sports or the arts, But people in the streets 36 him, especially those who are 37 .
For those people, he is "Gloves" Greenberg. How did he get that 38 ?
He looks like any other businessman, wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase (公文箱). But he's 39 _. His briefcase always has some gloves。
In winter, Mr. Greenberg does not 40 like other New Yorkers, who look at the sidewalk and 41 the street. He looks around at 42 .He stops when he 43 someone with no gloves. He gives them a pair and then he 44 ,looking for more people with cold 45 .
On winter days, Mr. Greenberg 46 gloves. During the rest of the year, he 47 gloves. People who have heard about him 48 him gloves, and he has many in his apartment.
Mr. Greenberg 49 doing this 21 years ago. Now, many poor New Yorkers know him and 50 his behavior. But people who don't know him are sometimes 51 him. They don't realize that he just wants to make them 52 .
It runs in the 53 .Michael's father always helped the poor as he believed it made everyone happier. Michael Greenberg feels the 54 .A pair of gloves may be a 55 thing, but it can make a big difference in winter.
36.A..know about B. learn from C. cheer for D. look after
17. A. old B. busy C. kind D. poor
38. A. job B. name C. chance D. message
39.A.calm B. different C. crazy D. curious
40.A.act B. sound C. feel D. dress
41.A.cross over B. drive along C. hurry down D. keep off
42. A. cars B. people C. street numbers D. traffic lights
43.A.helps B .chooses C. greets D. sees
44.A.holds up B. hangs out C. moves on D. turns around
45.A.hands B. ears C. faces D. eyes
46. A. searches for B. stores up C. gives away D. puts on
47. A. borrows B. sells C. returns D. buys
48. A. call B. send C. lend D. show
49. A. delayed B. remembered C. began D. enjoyed
50.A.understand B. dislike C. study D. excuse
51.A.sorry for B. satisfied with C. proud of D. surprised by
52.A.smart B. rich C. special D. happy
53.A.city B. family C. neighborhood D. company
54.A.honor B. pain C. same D. cold
55.A.small B. useful C. delightful D. comforting
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项《A、 B、 C和D)中。选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Doctor are known to be terrible pilots. They don't listen because they already know it all. I was lucky: ] became a pilot in 1970, almost ten years before I graduated from medical school. I didn't realize then, but becoming a pilot makes me a better surgeon. I loved flying. As I flew bigger, faster planes, and in worse weather. I learned about crew resource management (机组资源管理), or CRM, a new idea to make flying safer. It means that crew members should listen and speak up for a good result, regardless of positions.
I first read about CRM in 1980. Not long after that, an attending doctor and I were flying in bad weather. The controller had us turn too late to get our landing ready. The attending doctor was flying; I was safety pilot He was so busy because of the bad turn, he had forgotten to put the landing gear (起落架) down. He was a better pilot - and my boss - so it felt unusual to speak up. But I had to: Our lives were in danger. I put aside my uneasiness and said, "We need to put the landing gear down now!" That was my first real lesson in the power
of CRM, and I've used it in the operating room ever since.
CRM requires that the pilot/surgeon encourage others to speak up. It further requires that when opinions are from the opposite, the doctor doesn't overreact, which might prevent fellow doctors from voicing opinions again. So when I'm in the operating room, I ask for ideas and help from others. Sometimes they're not willing to speak up. But I hope that if I continue to encourage them , someday someone will keep me from ”landing gear up”.
56.What does the author say about doctors in general?
A. They like flying by themselves. B. They are unwilling to take advice.
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