Section 1: Vocabulary and Grammar (25 Points)
  This section consists of three parts. Read the directions for each part before answering the questions. The time for this section is 25 minutes.
  Part 1 Vocabulary Selection
  In this part, there are 20 incomplete sentences. Below each sentence, there are four words or phrases respectively marked by letters A, B, C, D. Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence. There is only one right answer. Then mark the corresponding letter with a single bar across the square brackets on your Machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
  1. The streets of the Dual Springs neighborhood, a migrant-worker hub in northern Beijing, are ______. That's no surprise; more than 13,000 people have been quarantined in China's capital to halt the insidious spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
  A. deserted B. vacated C. unlived in D. removed
  2. In many ______ a lack of direction prompted the Republican Guard to call it a day.
  A. occasions B. cases C. events D. days
  3. They did considerable work to ______ the masses of the United States with the elementary problems of Latin America.
  A. allow B. acquaint C. notify D. propagate
  4. My mother says a teaching machine has to be _____ to fit the mind of each boy and girl it teaches and that each kid has to be taught differently.
  A. modified B. considered C. adjusted D. remanufactured
  5. The big retailers are starting to think small, too. Sainsbury's and Tesco have launched convenience-store chains, called Local and Express, respectively - that have fast become _____ in British towns.
  A. ubiquitous B. established C. frequented D. known
  6. The solidarity among the young, especially the 386 Generation, is so strong that it's helping to _____ the country's deep-rooted regional divide.
  A. enhance B. dissolve C. weaken D. move
  7. The Wright brothers continued their flying in France and _____ all who saw them.
  A. saddened B. frightened C. astonished D. alarmed
  8. We are will aware of the responsibilities that necessarily _____ to our office.
  A. attach B. confronts C. given D. face
  9. People say that what we are all _____ is a meaning for life, but I don't think that's what we all look for.
  A. seeing B. seeking C. watching D. looking
  10. When Joe was left to live with those people, he found that they were so ____ of life that he couldn't stay with them
  A. painful B. disdainful C. meaningful D. fruitful
  11. When you make the sacrifice in marriage, the psychologists say, you're sacrificing not to each other but to ______ in a relationship.
  A. unity B. utility C. fraternity D. reality
  12. The constant changes in fashion, _____ with a view to higher sales, made greater demands on women as a class.
  A. predicted B. dictated C. stated D. related
  13. It is easy to see why many little girls prefer to _____ with the male role, but the girl who does find the male role more attractive is faced with a dilemma.
  A. beautify B. modify C. identify D. justify
  14. If we can _____ any kind of killing in the name of religion, the door is opened for all kinds of other justifications.
  A. purify B. satisfy C. justify D. verify
  15. I could easily perceive that his heart burnt to relieve his starving kids, but he seemed ashamed to ______ his inability to me.
  A. discover B. recover C. demonstrate D. impress
  16. It is a dangerous thing nowadays if you do not _____ others at arm's length, for they may hit you below the belt any time.
  A. bake B. keep C. take D. make
  17. I will never _____ the experiences of the four years at Howard University, though there were unhappy encounters.
  A. discharge B. recharge C. discard D. dispose
  18. We should not _____ the West, nor should we praise it to the skies and think great of everything that belongs to the West.
  A. forgive B. forsake C. forlorn D. forage
  19. Bill Gates is one of those who are said to be _______, able to rack huge profits at every turn.
  A. on the ship B. on the plane C. on the gravy train D. on the rocks
  20. He aimed at finding some workable _____ with a man who was a celebrity not only in the inward-reflecting world of Oxford but in the larger world outside.
  A. neighborhood B. workmanship C. relationship D. craftsmanship


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