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GRE模拟试题分析(2)

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  GRE考试(Graduate Record Examination),为北美研究生入学考试,适用于除法律与商业外的各专业。GRE由美国教育考试服务处(Educational Testing Service,简称ETS)主办。 我们摘录了GRE的模拟试题,大家可以参考一下看看。

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  GRE模拟试题分析(2) SECTION 7

  Time -30 minutes

  38 Questions

  1. In the nineteenth century, novelists and unsympathetic travelers portrayed the American West as a land of—— adversity, whereas promoters and idealists created —— image of a land of infinite promise.

  (A) lurid…… a mundane

  (B) incredible…… an underplayed

  (C) dispiriting…… an identical

  (D) intriguing…… a luxuriant

  (E) unremitting…… a compelling

  2. Honeybees tend to be more —— than earth bees: the former, unlike the latter, search for food together and signal their individual findings to one another.

  (A) insular

  (B) aggressive

  (C) differentiated

  (D) mobile

  (E) social

  3. Joe spoke of superfluous and —— matters with exactly the same degree of intensity, as though for him serious issues mattered neither more nor less than did ——。

  (A) vital…… trivialities

  (B) redundant…… superficialities

  (C) important…… necessities

  (D) impractical…… outcomes

  (E) humdrum…… essentials

  4. The value of Davis' sociological research is com- promised by his unscrupulous tendency to use materials—— in order to substantiate his own claims, while —— information that points to other possible conclusions.

  (A) haphazardly…… deploying

  (B) selectively…… disregarding

  (C) cleverly…… weighing

  (D) modestly…… refuting

  (E) arbitrarily…… emphasizing

  5. Once Renaissance painters discovered how to ——volume and depth, they were able to replace the medieval convention of symbolic, two-dimensional space with the more —— illusion of actual space.

  (A) reverse…… conventional

  (B) portray…… abstract

  (C) deny…… concrete

  (D) adumbrate…… fragmented

  (E) render…… realistic

  6. He had expected gratitude for his disclosure, but instead he encountered —— bordering on hostility.

  (A) patience

  (B) discretion

  (C) openness

  (D) ineptitude

  (E) indifference

  7. The diplomat, selected for her demonstrated patience and skill in conducting such delicate negotiations,—— to make a decision during the talks because any sudden commitment at that time would have been ——。

  (A) resolved…… detrimental

  (B) refused…… apropos

  (C) declined…… inopportune

  (D) struggled…… unconscionable

  (E) hesitated…… warranted

  8. CONDUCTOR: INSTRUMENTALIST::

  (A) director: actor

  (B) sculptor: painter

  (C) choreographer: composer

  (D) virtuoso: amateur

  (E) poet: listener

  9. QUARRY: ROCK

  (A) silt: gravel

  (B) sky: rain

  (C) cold: ice

  (D) mine: ore

  (E) jewel: diamond

  10. STICKLER: EXACTING::

  (A) charlatan: forthright

  (B) malcontent: solicitous

  (C) misanthrope: expressive

  (D) defeatist: resigned

  (E) braggart: unassuming 11. WALK: AMBLE::

  (A) dream: imagine

  (B) talk: chat

  (C) swim: float

  (D) look: stare

  (E) speak: whisper

  12. JAZZ: MUSIC::

  (A) act: play

  (B) variety: vaudeville

  (C) portraiture: painting

  (D) menu: restaurant

  (E) species: biology

  13. REPATRIATE: EMIGRATION::

  (A) reinstate: election

  (B) recall: impeachment

  (C) appropriate: taxation

  (D) repeal: ratification

  (E) appeal: adjudication

  14. PLACEBO: INNOCUOUS::

  (A) antibiotic: viral

  (B) vapor: opaque

  (C) salve: unctuous

  (D) anesthetic: astringent

  (E) vitamin: synthetic

  15. DISSEMINATE: INFORMATION::

  (A) amend: testimony

  (B) analyze: evidence

  (C) investigate: crime

  (D) prevaricate: confirmation

  (E) foment: discontentment

  16. VOICE: QUAVER::

  (A) pace: quicken

  (B) cheeks: dimple

  (C) concentration: focus

  (D) hand: tremble

  (E) eye: blink

  Mary Barton, particularly in its early chapters, is a moving response to the suffering of the industrial worker in the England of the 1840's. What is most impressive about the book is the intense and painstaking effort made (5) by the author, Elizabeth Gaskell, to convey the experi- ence of everyday life in working-class homes. Her method is partly documentary in nature: the novel includes such features as a carefully annotated reproduction of dialect, the exact details of food prices in an account of a tea (10)party, an itemized description of the furniture of the Bartons' living room, and a transcription (again anno- tated) of the ballad “The Oldham Weaver.” The interest of this record is considerable, even though the method has a slightly distancing effect.

  (15) As a member of the middle class, Gaskell could hardly help approaching working-class life as an outside observer and a reporter, and the reader of the novel is always conscious of this fact. But there is genuine imag- inative re-creation in her accounts of the walk in Green (20)Heys Fields, of tea at the Bartons' house, and of John Barton and his friend's discovery of the starving family in the cellar in the chapter “Poverty and Death.” Indeed, for a similarly convincing re-creation of such families' emotions and responses (which are more crucial than the (25)material details on which the mere reporter is apt to con- centrate), the English novel had to wait 60 years for the early writing of D. H. Lawrence. If Gaskell never quite conveys the sense of full participation that would completely authenticate this aspect of Mary Barton, she (30)still brings to these scenes an intuitive recognition of feelings that has its own sufficient conviction.

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