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(a) the designing of a new town. (b) the most livabl

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give a brief introduction of the young science of industr

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(a) to ask for a suspension of its massive debt repayment

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(a) to resume a talk on improving its relations with indi

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the word preserve in the sentence maps were once the pres

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in writing the essay, the author demonstrates an attitude

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the £60 difference between the john lewis and argos washi

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(a) the kids. (b) the traffic. (c) the sport

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(a) to give warnings about a possible failure in global t

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what is cerrie burnell's own view about her job as a tele

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(a) the trade deficit hit an all-time high in the previou

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(a) people want to use their sick days when they're not a

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(a) an awareness of impressing others. (b) an urge to loo

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give a brief introduction of the two new fertilizers bein

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(a) snoring throughout the night. (b) heavy breathing in

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by using the expression legal fiction(para. 8) to describ

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(a) playing games. (b) checking on little thi

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copernicus and galileo are mentioned in the passage becau

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(a) amounts of revenue underlying the brands. (b) strong

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(a) she's just a city girl and is used to the fast pace o

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(a) watching gray buildings in the rain. (b) hiking in t

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(a) persevering is the key in getting these special accom

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by saying states face a fiscal catch-22(para. 8), the aut

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(a) they get sudden attacks of sleep any time any place.

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the concluding paragraphs mainly tell us that ______. (a)

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(a) a courier for a tour operator. (b) an agent for mode

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(a) german business confidence index has risen as much as

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(a) the proposal can cut greenhouse gas emissions from ca

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cyborg housemaids, water-powered cars, dog translators an

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(a) the internet makes too many things accessible to peop

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(a) 92. (b) 250. (c) 1,500.

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(a) asking a seismologist for advice before starting a bu

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(a) she was trapped in traffic. (b) she dropped her

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(a) the widespread use of illegal drugs is the greatest c

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(a) the governor mobilized the state's national guard at

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when one former senior tax inspector comments that someti

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(a) around 15,000. (b) no less than 18,000. (c) somewhere

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(a) sixty-one. (b) one hundred and three. (

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(a) americans have not chosen legalization as a solution

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what are interchange fees why does the author say issuers

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questions16to20arebasedonthefollowingtalk.(a)10%.(b)20%.(

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what is a hit-driven business explain briefly the sentenc

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(a) they think it is a serious breach of the contract. (b

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in the example of the pope of the whole world(para. 4) fr

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when gillian low gave the example of the student at the l

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the pàssage used john lennon's reply to how did you find

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(a) spanked children don't respect their parents. (b) spa

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(a) 11. (b) 57. (c) 106. (d) 175.

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the word lambasted from the sentence it was lambasted as

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(a) the inconvenience of placing orders. (b) the dropping

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(a) she hailed a taxi. (b) she just went hom

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questions6to10arebasedonthefollowingnews.(a)becausethenuc

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(a) seeking the middle ground in the labor dispute. (b) m

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(a) $15 million. (b) $50 million. (c) $15 billion. (d) 10

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(a) her purse was stolen on the metro. (b) her home was b

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(a) they need prosecuting. (b) they have to be pu

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(a) president arroyo has escaped an attempt by troops to

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the author quoted from the american novelist carol gould'

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(a) a fantastic corporate culture. (b) a long compan

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(a) men in the countryside used to wear a sarong. (b) men

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(a) she has a university degree in accounting and economi

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一、口语题 directions: talk on the following topic for 5 minut

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(a) dispelling fears about the debt crisis. (b) banning

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(a) four dollars. (b) thirty dollars. (c) fo

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(a) opium being made legal in mid-nineteenth-century chin

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give a brief summary of the issue of personal pension sav

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who is henry david thoreau why does the author mention he

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in writing the last paragraph of the passage, the author

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what are water funds(para. 4) for what purposes are the w

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(a) insomnia. (b) narcolepsy. (c) sleep a

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why do food manufacturers carry out lobbying campaign aga

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cite examples to illustrate the statement fox biggest hit

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(a) the instant messaging. (b) credit payment th

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(a) one or both sides have no experience about what goes

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(a) the colors of one's clothing. (b) the length of trous

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when paul day says that they (the critics) have got the w

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(a) computers offer a perfect system for work and communi

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the phrase got the thumbs-down from the sentence and con

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(a) to provide help to local villagers. (b) to export bic

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(a) telephones. (b) respiratory droplets. (c) door-knobs

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(a) insisting that the revelations were unlikely to affec

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(a) one. (b) three. (c) five.

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(a)tokeeptheaccounts.(b)towritelettersandanswerthetelepho

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(a) creating environmentally friendly settings. (b) plann

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(a) at least 27 passengers dead. (b) 26 killed and s

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the basic tone of the passage can be described as______.

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robert zimmerman tells in his book the 1945 anecdote of l

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(a) because she sees more value in saris. (b) because she

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explain gianopulos' comment that at fox, the mantra is 't

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what is personal empowerment' what does the author mean b

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questions11to15arebasedonthefollowinginterview.(a)makingp

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(a) saris are not practical. (b) saris are old-fashioned.

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questions11to15arebasedonthefollowinginterview.(a)aprenup

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(a) you may have fun making barbecues in the garden. (b)

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(a) nationality. (b) legitimacy. (c) credib

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(a) mono-chronic time is characterized by many things hap

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when paul day says but they (the railways) also brought w

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(a) even strangers to england have a clear vision about a

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questions11to15arebasedonthefollowinginterview.(a)profess

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(a) $ 8 billion (b) $ 22 billion (c) $ 36.9 bi

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(a) to seek the temporary suspension of parliament. (b) t

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(a) going to the country for a vacation makes no sense at

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(a) few people expect a breakthrough on reaching an inter

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to illustrate the intelligence of the working class, the

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(a) houses with front porches. (b) houses that are very c

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(a) dealing in lions and other big cats will be restraine

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what is current energy what is its major business

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whatistheinpidualmandatementionedinthebeginningofthepassa

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(a) people who are absorbed by other things. (b) people w

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(a) having business meetings during breakfast time. (b) s

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(a) he chose to buy his home because of feng-shui (风水). (

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(a) it has nothing to do with a sense of nostalgia for th

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(a) chronic insomnia is a rare condition compared with ap

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in comparing the american use of superlatives with the br

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(a) they cannot become part of the work force. (b) they w

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(a) $ 60. 5 a barrel. (b) $ 61 a barrel. (c) $

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(a) younger people are more comfortable with technology t

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(a) the contract might bother some people. (b) the contra

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(a) there are many harmful effects of spanking. (b) spank

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(a) they are financially capable to make both ends meet l

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(a) to demonstrate their support for the doha round of gl

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(a) scandinavia. (b) the us. (c) asia.

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questions11to15arebasedonthefollowinginterview.(a)dressin

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the phrase fall down in the sentence that's where policie

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the author quoted from richard froyen's macroeconomics te

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(a) it costs more productivity for companies than actuall

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by saying privacy was a culturally determined concept, th

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(a) a car bomb was exploded near the associated press off

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(a) he thought the elections should be cancelled. (b) he

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(a) they are becoming socially isolated. (b) 60 percent o

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(a) £522 million. (b) £671 million. (c) as much

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(a) scandinavian. (b) irish. (c) norwegian.

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(a) e-mail is very convenient. (b) e-mail messages make b

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(a) 1.5%. (b) 1.8%. (c) 3.3%. (d) 4

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questions16to20arebasedonthefollowingtalk.(a)participatin

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(a) a big city. (b) the country. (c) a mount

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(a) it over-emphasizes inpidual differences. (b) it fails

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questions6to10arebasedonthefollowingnews.(a)becausetheymi

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(a) she finds city living to be ideal. (b) she thinks

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(a) fellow employees. (b) employer and employe

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(a) the smells. (b) the sounds of the badly

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(a) you are not allowed to use red curtains facing the st

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the word tweaks in the expression encapsulating a view of

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(a) young hairdressers. (b) pop music fans. (c)

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theworddoctoringintheexpressionthepossibilityofroutinedoc

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(a) last week. (b) on a summer day. (c) tow

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(a) the man has been married twice before. (b) the woman

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(a) education. (b) family background. (c) friends people

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the essence of john lewis's never knowingly undersold pol

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(a) the functionality of its product. (b) the emotional a

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why have so many americans decided that experts are idiot

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一、口语题directions:talkonthefollowingtopicfor5minutes.besure

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(a) the convenient transportation. (b) the interacti

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questions6to10arebasedonthefollowingnews.(a)anatonavalfor

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(a) persevering and facing up to difficult job duties. (b

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(a) 85%. (b) 70%. (c) 62%. (d) 36%.

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(a) those raised in the mono-chronic culture. (b) people

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(a) bacon. (b) eggs. (c) fried chips.

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what is carlo ratti's research what does his research tel

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(a) performance anxiety among the town folks. (b) the dis

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(a) because the internet binds fewer people together than

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(a) it turned out to be a complete failure for many resid

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(a) spanking is done out of anger. (b) spanking a child i

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in writing this article, the author is planning to tel1 a

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if can be inferred from the passage that ______. (a) scie

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(a) educating their workers about the importance of stayi

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(a) 22%. (b) 40%. (c) 56%. (d) 72%.

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(a) quite lonely. (b) very safe. (c) not very

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(a) donating bicycles. (b) bringing in funds. (c) taking

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(a) poly-chronic time is found primarily in north america

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the mckinsey study concludes that______. (a) clean indust

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who is joe harberg how did he start his energy-efficiency

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the word animosity used in the passage can best be replac

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(a) the eruption has caused widespread disruption to air

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(a) they sell them at a very low price. (b) they charge

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what is philip nichols's view about corruption

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(a) because it is monopolistic. (b) because it is competi

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who is cerrie burnell give a brief introduction of cerrie

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(a) spanish and french. (b) french and italian. (c) ital

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(a) offering benchmarks. (b) giving up quietly. (c) sayin

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(a) 0.1%. (b) 0.4%. (c) 1.2%. (d) 3%.

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(a) legalizing drugs would be considered unconstitutional

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the word ambit in the sentence to extend the ambit of cop

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a major concern of the head of the lady eleanor holles sc

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(a) 14,000. (b) 46,000. (c) 50,000.

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(a) some of these rules seem to go a little too far. (b)

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