Part II Reading Comprehension(35 minutes)

        Directions: There are 4 reading passages in this part. Each passage is

      followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them

      there are four choices marked A), B), C)and D). You should decide on the

      best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a

      single line through the centre.

 

      Passage 1

        Opinion polls are now beginning to show that, whoever is to blame and

      whatever happens from now on, high unemployment is probably here to say.

      This means we shall have to find ways of sharing the available employment

      more widely.

        But we need to go further. We must ask some fundamental questions about

      the future work. Should we continue to treat employment as the norm?

      Should we not rather encourage many ways for self-respecting people to

      work? Should we not create conditions in which many of us can work for

      ourselves, rather than for an employer? Should we not aim to revive the

      household and the neighborhood, as well as the factory and the office, as

      centers of production and work?

        The industrial age has been the only period of human history in which

      most people's work has taken the form of jobs. The industrial age may now

      becoming to an end, and some of the changes in work patterns which it

      brought may have to be reverseD.This seems a daunting thought. But, in

      fact, it could offer the prospect of a better future for work. Universal

      employment, as its history shows, has not meant economic freedom.

        Employment became widespread when the enclosures of the 17th and 18th

      centuries made many people dependent on paid work by depriving them of the

      use of the land, and thus of the means to provide a living for themselves.

      Then the factory system destroyed the cottage industries and removed work

      from people's homes. Later, as transport improved, first by rail and then

      by road, people commuted longer distances to their places of employment

      until, eventually, many people's work lost all connection with their home

      lives and the places in which they live.

        Meanwhile, employment put women at a disadvantage. In preindustrial

      times, men and women had shared the productive work of the household and

      village community. Now it became customary for the husband to go out to

      paid employment, leaving the unpaid work of the home and families to his

      wife. Tax and benefit regulations still assume this norm today, and

      restrict more flexible sharing of work roles between the sexes.

        It was not only women whose work status suffereD.As employment became

      the dominant form of work, young people and old people were exclude—a

      problem now, as more teenagers become frustrated at school and more

      retired people want to live active lives.

        All this may now have to change.

        The time has certainly come to switch some effort and resources away

      from the idealist goal creating jobs for all, to the urgent practical task

      of helping many people to manage without full-time jobs.

        1. What is the main idea of the passage?A.Employment became widespread

      in the 17th and 18th centuries.B.Unemployment will remain a major problem

      for industrialized nations.C.The industrial age may now be coming to an

      end.D.Some efforts and resources should be devoted to helping more people

      cope with the problem of unemployment.

        2. Which of the following was NOT mentioned as a factor contributing to

      the spread of employment?A.The enclosures of the 17th and 18th

      centuries.B.The development of factories.C.Relief from housework on the

      part of women.D.Development of modern means of transportation.

        3. It can be inferred from the passage that .A.most people who have been

      polled believe that the problem of unemployment may not be solved within a

      short period of timeB.many farmers lost their land when new railways and

      factories were being constructedC.in perindustrial societies housework and

      community service were mainly carried out by womenD.some of the changes in

      work pattern that the industrial age brought have been reversed

        4. What does the worddaunting" in the third paragraph

      mean?A.ShockingB.InterestingC.ConfusingD.Stimulating

        5. Which of the following is NOT suggested as a possible means to cope

      with the current situation?A.Create situations in which people work for

      themselves.B.Treat employment as the norm.C.Endeavor to revive the

      household and the neighborhood as centers of production.D.Encourage people

      to work in circumstances other than normal working conditions.

        Passage 2

        University Physics is intended for students of science and engineering.

      Primary emphasis is on physical principles and problem-solving; historical

      background and specialized practical applications have been given a place

      of secondary importance. Many worked-out examples and an extensive

      collection of problems are included with each chapter.

        In this new edition, the basic philosophy and outline and the balance

      between depth of treatment and breadth of subject-matter coverage are

      unchanged from previous editions. We have tried to preserve those features

      that users of previous editions have found desirable, while incorporating

      a number of changes that should enhance the book's usefulness.

        The textbook is adaptable to a wide variety of course outlines. The

      entire textbook can be used for an intensive course two or three semesters

      in length. For a less intensive course, many instructors will want to omit

      certain chapters or sections to tailor the book to their individual needs.

      The arrangement of this edition facilitates this kind of flexibility.

        Conversely, however, many topics that were regarded a few years ago as

      of peripheral (外围的)importance and were omitted from introductory courses

      have now come to the fore again in the life sciences, earth and space

      sciences, and environmental problems. An instructor who wishes to stress

      these kinds of applications will find this textbook a useful source for

      discussion of the appropriate principles.

        In any case, it should be emphasized that instructors should not feel

      constrained (受约束的)to work straight through the book from cover to cover.

      Many chapters are, of course, inherently sequential in nature, but within

      this general limitation instructors should be encouraged to select among

      the contents those chapters that fit their needs, omitting material that

      is not relevant to the objectives of a a particular course.

        6. This textbook lays stress on .A.the exposition of physical principles

      B.the principles of physics and their application C.the development of

      physics D.the application of physics in different fields

        7. Compared with the old one, this new edition .A.has been made more

      applicable B.is easier to learn C.covers a wider range of subject-matter

      D.has improved the balance between theory and practice

        8. One of the features of this textbook is that .A.some contents are

      dealt with in terms of philosophy B.it has an outline for each chapter

      C.it introduces the physical principles in great length D.it can be used

      for different course arrangements

        9. The underlined wordsconversely, however(ParA.4) indicate that

      .A.many topics can be emphasized though they were not covered in the old

      edition B.many topics can be emphasized though they were usually omitted

      by instructors C.many topics have been added to the new edition as they

      were not covered in the old one D.many topics have been added to the new

      edition though they can be omitted by the instructors

        10. To meet the needs of a particular course, the teacher of this book

      can omit some of the contents provided that .A.his selection is based on

      the request of his students B.he does not omit any chapter completely

      C.his students are particularly intelligent D.he keeps an eye on the

      internal relations between the chapters

        Passage 3

        Hamletfish are cautious lovers. Each evening at twilight, many times an

      evening in fact, a pair of them will leave the safety of their Caribbean

      reef and rush a few yards off the seafloor. Positioning themselves

      side-to-side, head-to-tail they hurriedly release their eggs and sperm.

      Then they turn sharply for home, leaves their gametes to mix in silence.

        Ichthyologist Phillip Lobel of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

      has found that hamlet fish and many other fish emit“cries of ecstasy" at

      the appropriate moment.

        Biologists have long known that a few fish make sounds. The toadfish,

      for example, is named for its low call, which can be heard even above

      water. Underwater, however, human ears don't work well. As a result

      researchers didn't notice how common fish calls were until Lobel started

      diving with a video camera and an underwater microphone like the kind the

      Navy uses to listen for submarines.

        Lobel has learned that the fish playing the role of the male-hamletifish

      switches roles from one tryst to the next-emits a series of short, low

      sounds. The female responds with a downward, sweeping sound like a slide

      whistle. The purpose to these calls, says Lobel, is probably to

      synchronize spawning, so that sperm and egg have a fighting chance of

      actually meeting in the water.

        Then, at the moment of spawning, the female flutters her pectoral fins,

      contracts her abdominal muscles to squeeze out the eggs, and lets out a

      soft cry, which in part may simply be the sound of her swim bladder

      vibrating from all that muscle contraction.“The sound is not a scream,

      it's only as loud as conversation," says Lobel.

        Lobel has since recorded sounds from about two dozen other fish species.

      He thinks fish calls, like some birdcalls, may be a means by which fish

      recognize suitable mates, and that fish of the same species may even

      communicate in regional dialects.“Lots of people sit and watch their

      little fish in their aquarium," Lobel says,“Well, it's like looking at a

      birdcage behind sound-proof glass. These things are all making sounds."

        11. The primary purpose of this passage is to .A.refute a misconception

      that fish don't make soundsB.prove a new discoveryC.explain the time when

      hamletfish make soundsD.demonstrate the fact that fish are romantic as

      human beings

        12. Which of the following is NOT true about fish calls according to

      this passage?A.Fish calls are commonly regarded as rare.B.Some of sounds

      produced by fish are not uttered from their mouths.C.Fish calls may be a

      means by which fish found their mates.D.No sounds can be heard from fish

      if a person stands on the ground.

        13. Which of the following best explainsthe appropriate moment" for

      fish to emit cries of ecstasy mentioned in the first paragraph?A.When

      Phillip Lobel was under the water with a video camera and a

      microphone.B.When one fish has a tryst with another.C.When the sperm and

      egg of the fish have a chance to meet in the water.D.When fish are

      spawning.

        14. Which of the following is a correct inference from the passage?A.Few

      biologists have the idea fish may produce sounds underwater.B.A person

      underwater may clearly hear the call of another person's above

      water.C.Lobel's original intention to do the experiment was to test

      whether hamletfish would produce mating calls.D.A hamletfish may play the

      roles of both male and female at different times.

        15. The author mentioned birdcalls in the last paragraph in order .A.to

      demonstrate that birds can be classified into certain fish speciesB.to

      illustrate that birds, just like fish, produce calls to find their

      matesC.to prove birdcalls are more common than fishcallsD.to further

      explain that fish is a kind of animal that may also make sounds when

      necessary

        Passage 4

        With human footprints on the moon, radio telescopes listening for

      messages from alien creatures (who may or may not exist), technicians

      looking for celestial (天体的)and planetary sources of energy to support our

      civilization, orbiting telescopes' data hinting at planetary systems

      around other stars, and political groups trying to figure out how to save

      humanity from nuclear warfare that would damage life and elimate on a

      planet-wide scale, an astronomy book published today enters a world

      different from the one that greeted books a generation ago. Astronomy has

      broadened to involve our basic circumstances and our mysterious future in

      the universe. With eclipese and space missions broadcast live, and with

      NASA([美国]国家航空和宇宙航行局)Europe, and the USSR (苏联)planning and building

      permanent space stations, astronomy offers adventure for all people, an

      outward exploratory thrust that may one day be seen as an alternative to

      mindless consumerism, ideological bickering (争吵)and wars to control

      dwinding resources on a closed, finite Earth.

        Today's astronomy students not only seek an up-to-date summary of

      astronomical facts: they ask, as people have asked for ages, about our

      basic relations to the rest of the universe. They may study astronomy

      partly to seek points of contact between science and other human

      endeavors: philosophy, history, politics, environmental action, even the

      arts and religion.

        Science fiction writers and special effect artists on recent films help

      today's students realize that unseen worlds of space are real places—not

      abstract concepts. Today's students are citizens of a more real, more vast

      cosmos than conceptualized by students of a decade ago.

        In designing this edition, the Wadsworh editors and I have tried to

      respond to these developments. Rather than jumping at the start into murky

      waters of cosmology (宇宙论)I have begun with the viewpoint of ancient

      people on Earth and worked outward across the universe. This method of

      organization automatically (if loosely) reflects the order of humanity's

      discoveries about astronomy and provides a unifying theme of increasing

      distance and scale.

        16. This passage is most probably taken from .A.an article of popular

      scienceB.the introduction of a book of astronomy C.a lecture given by the

      author to astronomy students D.the preface of a piece of science fiction

        17. The author's purpose in presenting the first paragraph is .A.to

      explain the background and new features of today's astronomyB.to discuss

      in detail the most recent achievements in space researchC.to introduce

      some newly established space stations D.to illustrate that the world today

      is different in many aspects from that of a generations ago

        18. The author thinks that the growing interest in space exploration

      among people on Earth will probably lead to .A.all people having chances

      of travelling in spaceB.the realization of permanent settlement on other

      planetsC.more disturbance not only on Earth but also in outer

      spaceD.orders, harmony and peace on our planet Earth

        19. The author believes that today's astronomy students .A.are much

      brighter than students of a generation agoB.no longer care about

      astronomical factsC.are better-informed about the unseen worlds of

      spaceD.may learn more about man and his research in various fields through

      the study of astronomy

        20. In the last paragraph, the underlined expressionthese

      developments”refers to all of the following EXCEPT .A.the development of

      science fiction and special effects of filmsB.the new concepts about the

      universe acquired by today's astronomy students C.the world-wide

      involvement in space explorationD.humanity's new achievements in the field

      of astronomy

        Part III Vocabulary (20 minutes)

        Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each

      sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C)and D). Choose the ONE

      that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on

      the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

        21. To call the music of another music- cultureprimitive" is one's own

      standards on a group that doesn't recognize

      them.A.puttingB.forcingC.emphasizingD.imposing

        22. By computation, he estimated that the repairs on the house would

      cost him a thousand dollars.A.coarseB.roughC.crudeD.rude

        23. Dogs are praised for their : they almost never abandon their

      master.A.faithB.loyaltyC.trustD.confidence

        24. No one can achieve great success by relying on

      enthusiasm.A.momentB.timelyC.momentaryD.momentary

        25. I was by their kindness and moved to

      tears.A.preoccupiedB.embarrassedC.overwhelmedD.counseled

        26. In the past, Most Pilots have been men, but today, the number of

      women this field is climbing.A.pursuingB.devotingC.registeringD.furthering

 

        27. We looked for a table to sit down, but they were all .A.reserved

      forB.engaged inC.used upD.taken up

        28. After the jazz concert, the clean-up crew found the campus with

      candy wrappers, bottles and cans.A.litteredB.coveredC.scatteredD.dispersed

 

        29. I could see that my wife was having that fur coat, whether I

      approved of it or not.A.intent onB.adequate forC.short ofD.deficient in

        30. As an excellent shooter, Peter praised aiming at both targets and

      moving targets.A.stableB.standingC.stillD.stationary

        31. To obtain a satisfactory result, you must apply two of paint on a

      clean surface.A.coatsB.levelsC.timesD.courses

        32. Tony was a shy boy, so he tried to answering questions in the

      class.A.preventB.avoidC.escapeD.hesitate

        33. It is now possible to record the existence of many stars which are

      invisible.A.repeatedlyB.heavilyC.permanentlyD.remarkably

        34. People of all countries are expected to the principles of the United

      Nations.A.inspectB.hold upC.upholdD.hold off

        35. Although the pay is not good, people usually find social work in

      other ways.A.payableB.respectfulC.gratefulD.rewarding

        36. Mr. John had given no that he was intending to resign. So we were

      surprised to find his office

      empty.A.directionB.symptomC.informationD.indication

        37. She never to read the news but turned at once to the crossword on

      the last page.A.indulgedB.troubledC.exertedD.frustrated

        38. A man should be innocent of a crime until he is proved

      guilty.A.resumedB.referredC.regardedD.presumed

        39. They had either to fight or to surrender and had no other

      .A.hopeB.alternativeC.approachD.resource

        40. Although the hazards of space travel are many, the rewards made it a

      worthwhile .A.endeavorB.expenditureC.executionD.expedition

        41. He stubbornly her relationship with other

      people.A.prevailedB.prohibitedC.hinderedD.forbade

        42. While both plans were perfectly sensible, only one seemed in China's

      particular situation.A.usefulB.availableC.feasibleD.desirable

        43. Jones and Edwards are, the producer and direct or of the famous

      movie.A.alternativelyB.respectivelyC.respectfullyD.respectably

        44. Experiments enable young scientists to judge what must be accepted

      and what must be viewed with .A.beliefB.curiosityC.suspicionD.doubt

        45. From ancient times, the valley of the Nile has been made by the

      river floods.A.famousB.desertedC.attractiveD.fertile

        46. People view the public school system, as an educational ladder, from

      elementary school to high school and finally college undergraduate and

      graduate programs.A.arisingB.raisingC.originatingD.initiating

        47. The audience disliked the film thoroughly and were by whistling and

      stamping the feet.A.protectingB.protestingC.refusingD.proposing

        48. She prefers to have her left photographed, she says that's her

      better side.A.veilB.profileC.fringeD.view

        49. The magician picked several persons from the audience and asked them

      to help him with the performance.A.by accidentB.at randomC.on occasionD.on

      average

        50. So many people turned out for the meeting that there were not enough

      seats to them all.A.countB.accountC.accommodateD.delegate  

答案:

        1.分析与解答:文章首末段呼应点题,故答案应选D

        2.分析与解答:文章第四段首句便提到了工作普及的三点原因,没有提到C,所以选项应为C

        3.分析与解答:根据第三段第二句话“The industrial age nay mow becoming to an end, and

      some of the changes in work patterns which it brought may have to be

      reversed。”可排除选项D;根据第四段可知两个结果发生在不同时期,所以可以排除C;根据第五段第二句话可以排除B;根据第一段内容可推出选项应为A

        4.分析与解答:此词出现在第三段第三句话。通过第四句话“但实际上它可以为工作提供一个更好的前景。”中的转折含义可以断定最接近的词义应为A

        5.分析与解答:文章第三段提出了解决办法,故选B

        6.分析与解答:答案为B,细节题。第一段作者明确指出:“Primary emphasis is on physical principles

      and problem-solving; historical background and specialized practical

      applications have been given a place of secondary

      importance”,可见B)为正确答案。而A)D)不全面;C)只是书中的内容而不是重点

        7.分析与解答:答案为A,细节题。第二段指出:新版有“a number of changes that should enhance the

      book's usefulness”,由此可见A)为正确答案。而B)未提及;C)D)与原文第二段第一句相矛盾。

        8.分析与解答:答案为D,细节题。A)B)C)均未在文中提及。根据第三段第一句话“The textbook is adaptable to

      a wide variety of course outlines”,我们可以看出D)为正确答案。

        9.分析与解答:答案为B,推理题。在文中第三段第三句,作者谈到导师对本书的某些章节可根据个人需要而省略,在第四段中作者又说“... many

      topics that were regarded a few years ago as of peripheral importance and

      were omitted from introductory courses have now come to the fore again in

      the life sciences, earth and space sciences, and environmental

      problems”,作者很显然在暗示某些导师习惯省略的话题现在又变得重要了,可以重新强调了,可见B)为正确答案。

        10.分析与解答:答案为D,细读最后一段“Many chapters are, of course, inherently sequential

      in nature, but within this general limitation instructors should be

      encouraged to select among the contents those chapters that fit their

      needs, omitting material that is not relevant for the objectives of a

      particular course”,可知D)为正确答案。而A)B)C)在文中均未提及。

        11.分析与解答:文章第二段提到Phillip Lobel的发现,接着几段描述了他是如何记录下鱼的声音的,即证明自己的发现,所以应选B

        12.分析与解答:第三段第二句话提到“The toadfish......for its low call, which can be

      heard even above water.”所以应选D

        13.分析与解答:应把第一段、二段、五段联系起来回答这个问题,特别是第五段第一句话提示我们答案应为D

        14.分析与解答:文章第四段第一句话提到“hamletfish switches roles from one tryst(约会)to the

      next。”故答案为D

        15.分析与解答:文章末段第二句写的是“like some birdcalls.”,目的是以鸟叫说鱼叫,所以答案应选D

        16.分析与解答:答案为B,推理题。综观全文,尤其是从最后一段第一句中的“In designing this edition, the

      Wadsworh editors and I have tried to respond to these

      developments…”可推知,本文是某部天文学著作的导言部分,故选B),而A)C)D)与原文内容不符。

        17.分析与解答:答案为A,推理题。根据第一段倒数第二“Astronomy has broadened to involve our basic

      circumstances and our mysterious futere in the

      universe”可推知,第一段的作用在于提供天文学发展的历史背景和现在发展的新特点,故选A)。而B)与原文明显不符;C)原文未提及;D)中的论述虽然与原文第一段第一句的后半部分“an

      astronomy book published today enters a worl different from the one that

      greeted books a generation ago”相符,但这仅是文中的细节,而不能概括整段的意思。

        18.分析与解答:答案为D,细节题。根据第一段最后一句“…an outward exploratory thrust that may one

      day be seen as an alternative to mindless consumerism, ideological

      bickering, and wars to control dwindling resources on a closed, finite

      Earth”,可以看出正确答案为D)。其他选项与原文明显不符。

        19.分析与解答:答案为D,根据第二段“Today's astronomy students not only seek an

      up-to-date summary of astronomical facts:they ask, as people have asked

      for ages, about our basic relations to the rest of the universe. They may

      study astronomy partly to seek points of contact between science and other

      human endeavors: philosophy, history, politics, environmental action, even

      the arts and religion”,可以看出正确答案为D)。其他选项与原文明显不符。

        20.分析与解答:答案为A,细节题。选项B)与第三段第二句“Today's students are citizens of a more

      real, more vast cosmos than conceptualized by students of a decade

      ago”相符;C)与第一段最后一句中的“…astronomy offers adventure for all people, an outward

      exploratory thrust that may one day be seen as an

      alternative…”相符;而D)与第二段第一句“Today's asfronomy students not only seek an

      up-to-date summary of astronomical facts”明显相符。而A)原文未提及,故选A

        21.分析与解答:“impose on”为固定词组,意思为“加之于”,所以选D

        22.分析与解答:全句意思是“根据粗略的计算,他估计修房子要花一千美元。”与“estimate”相对应的应为“rough

      computation”,四个词都有“粗鲁的,无礼的”意思,但只有rough有“约略的,大约”的意见,所以选B

        23.分析与解答:这是一道释义参照型题,冒号后的句子是对空格部分的解释,永不抛弃主人是“loyalty”忠诚的表现,所以选B

        24.分析与解答:正确选项C。瞬间的,短暂的。考近义及形似词的区别。名子大意:靠一时的热情,谁也不能获得巨大的成功。

        25.分析与解答:这是一道因果参照题,“moved to tears”的原因是“over whelmed by their

      kindness”被他们的善良所感动,而A迷住,B尴尬。D建议,都不恰当,所以应选C

        26.分析与解答:句意是从事飞行员工作的女性人数在增长。答案为A pursuing,意思为追求,做,而devote则与to连用。

        27.分析与解答:这是一道转折参照型题。句意为我们想找个桌子坐下来,可桌子都被占着,D take up有占据、占用的意思,所以应选D

        28.分析与解答:句意是:爵士音乐会后,清洁工发现校园里零乱地堆满糖纸、瓶罐。litter sth with

      sth是固定词组,意思是使零乱,乱丢杂物,所以应选A

        29.分析与解答:be intent, on是固定词组,意思为热衷的,根据语境,应选A

        30.分析与解答:这是一道反义参照型题。根据句意,与“moving targets”移动句式相对应的应该是“stationary

      targets”固定靶。stationary有固定的、非移动的含义,所以答案为D

        31.分析与解答:固定搭配。coat有“二层”的含义,主要指一次涂于表面的油漆或其他物质,句中与paint搭配,所以选A

        32.分析与解答:这是一道因果参照题,句意是:托尼是个害羞的男孩,所以他避免在课堂上回答问题,答案为B

        33.分析与解答:句子意思是:现在,记录那些长期以来看不见的星星的存在已成为可能,根据语境,应选择C

        34.分析与解答:根据句意:所有国家的人民都应赞成联合国的原则。可以推断答案应选C,其他选项词境,为A检查B延搁,阻滞,D保持距离。

        35.分析与解答:这是一道转折参照题,空格处含义应为“the pay is not good”意思相反,所以答案为D

      rewarding.其他选项词义为A应付的,可付的,B敬重的,C感激的。

        36.分析与解答:这是一道因果参照题,我们惊奇的原因是John没有给出任何暗示,答案应选D

        37.分析与解答:全句意思是:他从不费神去看新闻,而是直接翻到最后一页做字迷题,根据语境应选B

        38.分析与解答:全句意思是:一个人在未证实有罪前应该被认为是无辜的。根据语境,应选择D以为,认定,假定。

        39.分析与解答:这是一道释意参照题,“and”前后意思一致,全句意思是:他们要么打仗,要么投降,没有其他选择。根据语境应选B。其他选择意为:A希望,C接近,D资源。

        40.分析与解答:答案为Aendeavor,努力,尽力。expenditure花费,execution实现,完成,expedition(为一确定目的所做的)远征。

        41.分析与解答:BD都是禁止的意思,所以排除;AC中,C表示阻碍更符合句意,所以选C。全句意思是:他固执地阻碍她和其他人的关系。

        42.分析与解答:全句意思是:两个计划都很有道理,但只有一个在中国特殊环境下更加可行。应选C

      feasible,可实行的,其他选项意思为:A有用的,B可获得的,D令人想往的。

        43.分析与解答:全句意思是:琼斯和爱德华分别是这部著名影片的制片人和导演。A交替的,B分别的,C尊敬的,D可尊敬的,根据语境,应选择B

        44.分析与解答:这是一道反义参照题,“and”前后应意思相反,故应选C

        45.分析与解答:fertile意为肥沃的,为正确答案。

        46.分析与解答:这是一道同现题,只要找出与“as an educational ladder”同意的词即可,所以答案选A

        47.分析与解答:这是一道释义参照题,空格处的词应与dislike一致,而且是by whistling and stamping the

      feet的概括,所以选B,抗议。

        48.分析与解答:profile是侧影的意思,与“better side”相对应,故选B

        49.分析与解答:at random是固定搭配,意为随机地。

        50.分析与解答:正确选项C。容纳。考具体语境中的词义。count:数,计数;account:解释;delegate:代表。