5. Such as
9. So that
11. As a result
13. As well as
17. Stock up on
21.C indicate the atmosphere at the board meeting.
22.D She denies that value of scientific work.
23.A Climate education is insufficient at state public school.
24.C has limited influence
25.D can be swayed by external forces
26. its housing supply is at a very low rate
27. allow a free short-term market
28. increase in affordable housing
29. stop developers from evading taxes
30. an inadequate solution.
31. ongoing conflict
32. to respond to PRH’s business move
33. the credit limit will be removed
34. Sales of books by mid-list PRH writers fall off considerably
35. the merger of publishers is a worrying trend.
36. How many times their papers are cited
37.ask authors to include extra citations
38.boost citation counts for certain authors
39.it has the capability to identify suspicious citations
40.reveal their misconduct
1. B profit
2. C prioritize
3. A exclusively
4. D example
5. D traditional
6. D problem
7. A despite
8. B however
9. B created
10. C fresh
11. C lack
12. D insight
13. C promoting
14. A As a result
15. A unite
16. B identify
17. D accomplishment
18. B responsible
19. C While
20. A serve
21. The RHS thinks that plastic grass is
A. is harmful to the environment
22. The petitions mentions in paragraph 3 reveal the campaigners
B. resistance to fake grass use
23. In Paragraph 4,supporters of fake grass point out
C. the disadvantage of growing real grass
24. What would the government do with regard to artificial grass ?
D. remind its users to obey existing rules
25. It can be learned from the text that fake grass
D. has been a controversial product
26. What problem are US national parks faced with?
C. poorly maintained infrastructure
27. Increased privatization of the campgrounds may
A. spoil visitor experience
28. According to paragraph 5. most respondents in the survey would
C. agree to pay extra for the national parks
29. The national parks are valuable in that they
C. have historical significance
30. It can be concluded that the national park system
D. is in need of a funding increase
31. Sparrow's study shows that with the Internet, the human brain will
D. switch its focus of memory
32. The process of "cognitive offloading"
D. lessens our memory burdens.
33. Which of the following would Sparrow support about the Internet?
A. It may reform our learning approach.
34. It is indicated in Para 3 that how the Internet affects our brains?
A. require further academic research.
35. Neither Sparrow nor Storm would agree that
B. the internet is weakening our memory.
36. According to Paragraph 1. children growing into adolescence tend to
A. develop opposite personality traits.
37. It can be learned from Paragraph 2 that Crone's study
B. provide a new insight into adolescence.
38. What does Crone's study find about prosocial behavior ?
D. It tends to peak in adolescence.
39. It can be learned from the last two paragraph that teenagers
C. care a lot about social recognition.
40. What is the text mainly about?
A. Why teenagers are self-contradictory
41. Brian Berry–
D The new rules will take home prices to an even higher level.
42. Gareth Belsham–
F The news rules affect people whose home extensions include new windows or doors.
43. Marcus Jeford – –
B Builders possibly need to submit new estimates of their projects.
44. John Kelly–
A The rise of home prices is a temporary matter.
45. Andrew Mellor-
G The rule changes will benefit homeowners eventually.
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