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GRE真题2002-2006.doc

GRE真题2002-2006.doc

上传者: 罐装果酱 2010-01-08 评分 5 0 239 33 1087 暂无简介 简介 举报

简介:本文档为《GRE真题2002-2006doc》,可适用于哈哈哈哈领域,主题内容包含年月日GRE笔考题VERBAL部分Section填空Althoughshegivesbadlytitlestohermusicalcompositi符等。

-1- 2002 11 23 GRE 笔考题 VERBAL 部分 Section1 填空 1.Althoughshegivesbadly_______titlestoher musicalcompositions,they_______unusual combinationsofmaterialsincludingGregorianchant, Asianscalepatternsandrhythms,electronicsounds, andbirdsongs. A.exotic…belieB.eccentric…deployC.traditional… exclude D.imaginative…disguiseE.conventional… incorporate 2.EventhoughthefolktalesPerroultcollectedand retoldwerenotsolelyFrenchinorigin,hisversionsof themweresodecidedlyFrenchinstylethatlater anthologizesofFrenchfolktaleshavenever_______ them. A.excludedB.admiredC.collected D.promotedE.comprehended 3.Inarguingagainstassertionsthatenvironmental catastropheisimminent,herbookdoesnotridiculeall predictionsofdoombutratherclaimsthattherisksof harmhaveinmanycasesbeen_________. A.exaggeratedB.ignoredC.scrutinizedD.deridedE. increased 4.Thereseemstobeno________thereadingpublic’s thirstforbooksaboutthe1960’s:indeed,thenormal levelofinteresthas______recentlybecauseofaspate ofpopulartelevisiondocumentaries. A.quenching…moderatedB.whetting… mushroomedC.curtailing…warnedD.ignoring… transformedE.slaking…increased 5 Despiteatendencytobeovertly_______,thepoetry oftheMiddleAgesoftensparkstheimaginationand provideslivelyentertainment,aswellaspious sentiments. A.divertingB.emotionalC.didacticD.romanticE. whimsical 6.Oneofthefirst______ofreducedburningin Amazonrainforestswasthechestnutindustry:smoke tendstodriveouttheinsectthat,bypollinating chestnuttree,allowchestnutstodevelop. A.reformersB.discoveriesC.casualtiesD.criticsE. beneficiaries 7.Theresearchcommitteeurgedthearchaeologistto _______herclaimthatthetombshehasdiscovered wasthatofAlexandertheGreat,sinceherinitialreport hasbeenbasedonlyon______. A.disseminate…suppositionB.withdraw…evidence C.undercut…capriceD.document…conjectureE. downplay…facts 类比词 8.STOMACH:DIGESTION A.heart:pulsationB.eye:recognitionC.muscle: exertionD.skin:irritationE.ling:respiration 9.DEHYDRATE:WATER A.melt:liquidB.wither:vitalityC.anchor:stability D.emote:enthusiasmE.shrivel:winkle 10.RAVENOUS:HUNGRY A.congenial:friendlyB.mean:wildC.obsessed: absorbedD.inept:clumsyE.sated:savory 11.ELEGY:LAMENT A.epic:idolizeB.comely:pleaseC.parody:ridicule D.sonnet:courtE.tragedy:pity 12.ANECDOTE:NARRATIVE A.acronym:letterB.summary:excerptC.simile: comparisonD.metaphor:fantasyE.pseudonym: signature 13.TRUNATE:LENGTH A.separate:substanceB.ventilate:circulationC. vaccinate:immunityD.transfer:locationE.cool: temperature 14.GENERATION:INDIVIDUAL A.conference:speakerB.shift:laborerC.city: officialD.tree:limbE.river:stream 15.RERERTOIRE:PERFORMANCE A.agenda:meetingB.catalog:libraryC.manifest: cargoD.invoice:receiptE.inventory:sale 16.BLANDISHMENT:COAX A.equivocation:disputeB.assessment:inferC. augmentation:complicateD.persuasion:coerceE. explanation:enlighten 短文章 Industrialproductionofpowdersinvolvesmechanical forcesfracturingindividualparticlesofmaterialinto ever-smallerparticles.Thetheoryexplainingthis fracturingrecognizestwogeneraltypesofbehavior exhibitedbymaterialunderstress:elasticandplastic deformation.Elasticdeformationoccurswhenstressis placedorabrittlematerial,whichdeformsandthen returnstoitsoriginalshapewhenstressisremoved.If thematerialisstressedtooheavily,however,excess energybuildsupandthematerialfractures.This behaviormakesbrittlematerialfracturesuddenly whensubjectedtomechanicalimpactby powder-makingmachines.Nobrittle,orductile, materialsbycontrast,arehardertofracture,sincethey respondtocomparableamountsofstressby deformingplastically,thatis,bychangingshape permanently.Excessenergythatbuildsupinthe strainedmaterialisexpendedindeformationofthe materialratherthaninfracturing.Plasticbehaviorcan alsobeexhibitedbybrittlematerialsastheirparticles becomesmallerduringprocessingandthusless susceptibletofracturing. 反义词 28.DISAVOW A.instigateB.acknowledgeC.envisionD.ameliorate E.inculcate 29.FLOURISH A.loseoutB.catchupC.turnoffD.wasteawayE. slowdown 30.HYPERBOLE A.misdemeanorB.understatementC.imprecationD. concessionE.obstinacy 31.RIVETING A.appetizingB.enrichingC.wearisomeD.wastefulE. harmful 32.DAMN A.undoB.entreatC.mollifyD.motivateE.extol 33.REPROACH A.sustainB.advanceC.acclaimD.manipulateE. embellish 34.MYOPIA A.maturityB.prescienceC.promptresponseD.good fortuneE.finalevent 35.NICE A.restrainedB.colorlessC.obscureD.impreciseE.

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