2014年职称英语考试《综合类A级》模拟题一

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下面每个句子均有1个划线词或短语,请为每处划线部分确定1个意义最为接近的选项。
1、 The price Of vegetables fluctuates according to the weather.
A.jumps   
B.rises   
C.falls
D.changes

2、 Did you do that to irritate her?
A.tease   
B.attract   
C.annoy
D.protect

3、 Mary looked pale and weary
A.ill   
B.tired   
C.worried
D.peaceful

4、 The water in this part of the river has been contaminated by sewage(污水).
A.polluted   
B.downgraded 
C.mixed
D.blackened

5、 Her treatment of the subject is exhaustive
A.boring   
B.thorough  
C.interesting
D.touching

6、 Alice is a fascinating girl.
A.a beautiful   
B.a pretty   
C.an attractive
D.a pleasant

7、 Her mood can be gauged by her reaction to the most trivial of incidents.
A.displayed   
B.shown   
C.proved
D.assessed

8、 The old lady let her flat to an English couple.
A.offered   
B.rented   
C.provided
D.sold

9、 She stood there crying and trembling with fear.
A.shaking   
B.staggering   
C.struggling
D.murmuring

10、 They strolled around the lake for an hour or so.
A.ran   
B.rolled   
C.walked
D.raced

11、 The conclusion can be deduced from the premises.
A.argued   
B.derived   
C.permitted
D.come

12、 I can no longer tolerate his actions.
A.put up with 
B.accept   
C.take
D.suffer from

13、 Our plan is to allocate one member of staff to handle appointments
A.ask         
B.persuade     
C.assign       
D.order

14、 She has been the subject of massive media coverage.
A.extensive    
B.negative      
C.responsive    
D.explosive

15、 I expect that she will be able to cater for your particular needs.
A.supply      
B.reach        
C.provide      
D.meet

下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项

23、根据阅读材料,回答23-24题:
How We Form First Impression
       1. We all have first impression Of someone we just met. But why? Why do we form an opinion about someone without really knowing anything about him or her aside perhaps from a few remarks or readily observable traits.
       2. The answer is related to how your brain allows you to be aware of the world. Your brain is so sensitive in picking up facial traits, even very minor difference in how a person's eyes, ears, nose, or mouth are placed in relation to each other makes you see him or her as difference. In fact, your brain continuously process incoming sensory information the sights and sounds of your world. These incoming "signals" are compared against a host of "memories" stored in the brain areas called the cortex system to determine what these new signals "mean".
      3. If you see someone you know and like at school, your brain says "familiar and safe. " If you see someone new, it says, "new-potentially, threatening". Then your brain starts to match features of this stranger with other " known" memories. The height, weight, dress, ethnicity, gestures, and tone of voice are all matched up. The more unfamiliar the characteristics, the more your brain may say, "his is new. I don't like this person". Or else, "I'm intrigued" . Or your brain may perceive a new face but familiar clothes, ethnicity, gestures-like your other friends; so your brain says: "I like this person" . But these preliminary "impressions" can be dead wrong.
     4. When we stereotype people, we use a less mature form of thinking ( not unlike the immature thinking of a very young child) that makes simplistic and categorical impressions of others. Rather than learn about the depth and breadth of people -- their history, interest, values, strengths, and true character -- we categorize them as jocks, geeks, or freaks.
5. However, if we resist initial stereotypical impressions, we have a chance to be aware of what a person is truly like. If we spend time with a person, hear about his or her life, hopes, dreams, and become aware of the person’s character, we use a different, more mature style of thinking -- and the most complex areas of our cortex, which allow us to be human

Paragraph 2 ____
A.Ways of Departure from Immalure and Simplistic Impressions
B.Comment on First Impression
C.Illustration of First Impression
D.Comparing Incoming Sensory Information Against Memories
E.Threatening Aspect of First Impressions
F.Differences Among Jocks,Geeks and Freaks[page]

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
24、
请根据短文的内容,对24-24做出判断。
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!
      What are special effects? Do you enjoy movies that use a lot of special effects? Dinosaurs (恐龙) from the distant past! Space battles from the distant future! There has been a revolution in special effects, and it has transformed the movies we see.
The revolution began in the mid-1970s with George Lucas's Star Wars, a film that stunned (使震惊) audiences. That revolution continues to the present, with dramatic changes in special-effects technology. The company behind these changes is Lucas's Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). And the man behind the company is Dennis Muren, who has worked with Lucas since Star Wars.
     Muren's interest in special effects began very early. At the age of 6, he was photographing toy dinosaurs and spaceships. At 10, he had an 8-millimeter movie camera and was making
these things move through stop-motion. Stop-motion is a process in which objects are shot with a camera, moved slightly, shot again, and so on. When the shots are put together, the objects appear to move.
    Talk to Muren and you'll understand what ILM is all about: taking on new challenges. By 1989, Muren decided he had pushed the old technology as far as it would go. He saw computer graphics (图像) (CG) technology as the wave of the future and took a year off to master it.
With CG technology, images can be scanned into a computer for processmg, and many separate shots can be combined into a single image. CG technology has now reached the point,
Muren says, where special effects can be used to do just about anything so that movies can tell stories better than ever before. The huge success of Jurassic Park and its sequel (续集), the Lost World, the stars of which were computer-generated dinosaurs, suggests that this may very well be true.
The special-effects revolution began in the mid-1980s with Star Wars.

The special-effects revolution began in the mid-1980s with Star Wars.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned
下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
24、Paragraph 3____
A.Ways of Departure from Immalure and Simplistic Impressions
B.Comment on First Impression
C.Illustration of First Impression
D.Comparing Incoming Sensory Information Against Memories
E.Threatening Aspect of First Impressions
F.Differences Among Jocks,Geeks and Freaks

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
25、 LM is the company responsible for many of the changes in special-effects technology.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned

下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
25、Paragraph 4____
A.Ways of Departure from Immalure and Simplistic Impressions
B.Comment on First Impression
C.Illustration of First Impression
D.Comparing Incoming Sensory Information Against Memories
E.Threatening Aspect of First Impressions
F.Differences Among Jocks,Geeks and Freaks

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
26、Dennis Muren started ~is schooling at a very early age
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned
下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
26、Paragraph 5____
A.Ways of Departure from Immalure and Simplistic Impressions
B.Comment on First Impression
C.Illustration of First Impression
D.Comparing Incoming Sensory Information Against Memories
E.Threatening Aspect of First Impressions
F.Differences Among Jocks,Geeks and Freaks

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
27、At the age of 10, Muren was able to use computer graphics technology to make things move.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned
下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
27、Sensory information is one that is perceived through____
A.a stranger’s less mature type of thinking
B.the most complex areas of our cortex
C.the immature form of thinking of a very young child
D.the meaning of incoming sensory information
E.the sights and sounds of the world
F.an opportunity to analyze different forms of thinking

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
28、 By the stop-motion process, many separate shots can be combined into a single image.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned

下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
28、You interpret by comparing incoming information against the memories already stored in your brain____.
A.a stranger’s less mature type of thinking
B.the most complex areas of our cortex
C.the immature form of thinking of a very young child
D.the meaning of incoming sensory information
E.the sights and sounds of the world
F.an opportunity to analyze different forms of thinking

下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
29、 Muren feels that with CG technology, special effects can be used to make movies more expressive.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned

下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
29、The way we stereotype people is a less mature form of thinking, which is similar to____
A.a stranger’s less mature type of thinking
B.the most complex areas of our cortex
C.the immature form of thinking of a very young child
D.the meaning of incoming sensory information
E.the sights and sounds of the world
F.an opportunity to analyze different forms of thinking
下面的短文后列出了7个句子,请根据短文内容对每个句子作出判断:如果该句提供的是正确信息,请选择A;如果该句提供的是错误信息,请选择B;如果该句的信息文中没有提及,请选择C
30、 Today's film makers emphasize special effects at the expense of the story.
A.Right
B.Wrong
C.Not mentioned
下面的短文后有两项测试任务:(1)第23—26题要求从所给的6个选项中为第2—5段的每段选择l个最佳标题;(2)第27~30题要求从所给的6个选项中为每个句子确定l个最佳选项
30、We can use our more mature style of thinking thanks to____
A.a stranger’s less mature type of thinking
B.the most complex areas of our cortex
C.the immature form of thinking of a very young child
D.the meaning of incoming sensory information
E.the sights and sounds of the world
F.an opportunity to analyze different forms of thinking [page]

31、根据材料,回答31-36问题。
第一篇
Valuing Childhood
       The value of childhood is easily blurred ( 变得模糊不清) in today's world. Consider some recent developments. The child, murderers in the Jonesboro schoolyard shooting case were convicted and sentenced. Two boys, 7 and 8, were charged in the murder of an 11-year-old girl in Chicago.
Children who commit horrible crimes appear to act of their own will. Yet, as legal proceedings in Jonesboro showed, the one boy who was able to address the court couldn't begin to explain his acts, though he tried to apologize. There may have been a motive youthful jealousy (妒忌) and resentment. But a deeper question remains: Why did these boys and others in similar trouble apparently lack any inner, moral restraint?
      That question echoes for the accused in Chicago, young as they are. They wanted the girl's bicycle, a selfish impulse common enough among kids.
Redemption (拯救) is a practical necessity. How can value be restored to young lives distorted by acts of violence? The boys in Jonesboro and in Chicago will be confined in institutions for a relatively short time. Despite horror at what was done, children are not -- cannot be--dealt with as adults, not if a people wants to consider itself civilized. That's why politicians' cries for adult treatment of youthful criminals ultimately miss the point.
      But the moral void (真空) that invites violence has many sources. Family instability contributes, so does economic stress. That void, however, can be filled. The work starts with parents, who have to ask themselves whether they're doing enough to give their children a firm sense of right and wrong. Are they really monitoring their activities and their developing processes of thought?
      Schools, too, have a role in building character. So do youth organizations. So do youth enforcement agencies, which can do more to inform the young about laws, their meaning, and their observance (遵守).
      The goal, ultimately, is to allow all children a normal passage from childhood to adulthood (成年) , so that tragic gaps in moral judgement are less likely to occur. The relative few who fill such gaps with acts of violence hint at many others who don't go that far, but who lack the moral foundations childhood should provide-and which progressive human society relies on.

The two boys in Chicago were____
A.shot.
B.murdered.
C.accused.
D.sentenced.
32、 The boys in Jonesboro and Chicago apparently lacked a sense of____
A.right and wrong
B.discipline.
C.shame.
D.safety.

33、 According to politicians, when children commit crimes, they should be treated in the same way as____
A.murderers.
B.criminals.
C.victims.
D.adults.

34、Which of the following does the writer cite as a source of moral void____?
A.Official corruption.
B.Social injustice.
C.Family instability.
D.Racial discrimination.

35、Which of the statements is NOT true according to this passage____?
A.Parents should strengthen moral instruction.
B.Schools should help create a moral sense in children.
C.Law enforcement agencies should do more to help children understand laws.
D.Youth organizations play no role in building character.

36、
根据材料,回答36-41问题。
第二篇
Characteristics of Publicity
      Publicity offers several benefits. There are no costs for message time or space. An ad in prime-time television may cost $ 250, 000 to $ 500, 000 or more per minute, whereas a five-minute report on a network newscast would not cost anything. However, there are costs for news releases, a publicity department, and other items. As with advertising, publicity reaches a mass audience. Within a short time, new products or company policies are widely known.
     Credibility about messages is high, because they are reported in independent media. A newspaper review of a movie has more believability than an ad in the same paper, because the reader associates independence with objectivity. Similarly, people are more likely to pay attention to news reports than to ads. For example, The Women's Wear Daily has both fashion reports and advertisements. Readers spend time reading the stories, but they flip through (浏览) the ads. Furhermore, there may be 10 commercials during a half-hour television program or hundreds of ads in a magazine. Feature stories are much fewer in number and stand out clearly.
     Publicity also has some significant limitations. A firm has little control over messages, their timing, their placement, or their coverage by a given medium. It may issue detailed news releases and find only portions cited by the media; and media have the ability to be much more critical than a company would like.
     For example, in 1982, Procter & Gamble faced a substantial publicity problem over the meaning of its 123-year-old company logo (标志). A few ministers and other private citizens believed that the symbol was sacrilegious (亵渎的). These beliefs were covered extensively by the media and resulted in the finn receiving 1 5, 000 phone calls about the rumor in June alone. To combat this negative publicity, the firm issued news releases featuring prominent clergy (神父) that refuted (消除) the rumors, threatened to sue (控告) those people spreading the stories, and had a spokesperson appear on Good Morning America. The media cooperated with the company and the false rumors were temporarily put to rest. However, in 1985, negative publicity became so disruptive that Procter & Gamble decided to remove the logo from its products.
     A finn may want publicity during certain periods, such as when a new product is introduced or new store opened, but the media may not cover the introduction or opening until after the time it would aid the firm. Similarly, the media determine the placement of a story; it may follow a report on crime or sports. Finally, the media determine whether to cover a story at all and the amount of coverage to be devoted to it. A company-sponsored jobs program might go unreported or receive three sentence coverage in a local newspaper.

The word "mass" in paragraph could best be replaced by____
A.grouped.
B.crowded.
C.gathered.
D.large.

37、 The second paragraph implies that people are more likely to believe stories____.
A.in a newspaper than in a women's daily.
B.in a newspaper than in a magazine.
C.in an independent newspaper than in a dependent newspaper.
D.in a magazine than in a local newspaper.

38、According to the passage, which of the following statements is true____?
A.A firm Can control and time publicity accurately.
B.A firm can neither control nor time publicity accurately.
C.A firm can either control or time publicity accurately.
D.In most cases a firm can control and time publicity accurately.

39、 The example in Paragraph 4 is intended to demonstrate____.
A.the power of publicity
B.the victim of publicity
C.the terrible effects of rumors
D.the vulnerability of people to publicity

40、 The passage implies that____.
A.the placement of a story is not quite important
B.the report of a crime may not be true
C.local newspapers are not interested in company-sponsored programs
D.publicity is not always necessary

41、根据下列材料,回答41-46题
第三篇
Effects of Environmental Pollution
If poilution continues to increase at the present rate, formation of aerosols (浮质) in the atmosphere will cause the onset (开始) of an ice age in about fifty years' time. This conclusion, reached by Dr S. I. Rasool and Dr S. H. Schneider of the United States Goddard Space Flight Centre, answers the apparently conflicting questions of whether an increase in the carbon dioxide ( 二氧化碳) content of the atmosphere will cause the Earth to warm up or increasing the aerosol content will cause it to cool down. The Americans have shown conclusively that the aerosol question is dominant.
Two spectres haunting conservationists have been the prospect that environmental pollution might lead to the planet's becoming unbearably hot or cold. One of these ghosts has now been laid. because it seems that even an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to eight times its present value will produce an increase in temperature of only 2℃ which would take place over several thousand years. But the other problem now looms larger than ever.
Aerosols are collections of small liquid or solid particles dispersed in air or some other medium. The particles are all so tiny that each is composed of only a few hundred atoms. Because of this they can float in the air for a very long time. Perhaps the most commonly experienced aerosol is industrial smog (烟雾) of the kind that plagued London in the 1950s and is an even greater problem in Los Angeles today. These collections of aerosols reflect the Sun's heat and thereby cause the Earth to cool.
Dr Rasool and Dr Schneider have calculated the exact effect of a dust aerosol layer just above the Earth's surface in the temperature of the planet. As the layer builds up, the present delicate balance between the amount of heat absorbed from the Sun and the amount radiated from the Earth is disturbed. The aerosol layer not only reflects much of the Sun's light but also transmits the infrared (红外线的 ) radiation from below. So, while the heat input to the surface drops, the loss of heat remains high until the planet cools to a new balanced state.
Within fifty years, if no steps are taken to stop the spread of aerosols in the atmosphere, a cooling of the Earth by as much as 3.5~C seems inevitable. If that lasts for only a few years it would start another ice age, and because the growing ice caps at each pole would themselves reflect much of the Sun's radiation, it would probably continue to develop even if the aerosol layer were destroyed.
The only bright spot in this gloomy forecast lies in the hope expressed by Dr Rasool and Dr Schneider that nuclear power may replace fossil fuels in time to prevent the aerosol content of the atmosphere from becoming critical.

The author's main purpose in writing the article is to warn of____
A.warm weather
B.hot weather
C.a new ice age
D.a new iceberg

42、The word "spectres" in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to____
A.pollution.
B.carbon dioxide
C.aerosols
D.ghosts
43、 We learn from the third paragraph that____
A.London was plagued with rats in the 1950s
B.London is covered with smog today
C.London was polluted by smog in the 1950s
D.Los Angeles is as heavily polluted today as London was in the 1950s

44、What will happen if the dust aerosol layer develops____?
A.The Earth will get extremely hot.
B.The balance between the amount of heat absorbed from the Sun and the amount lost could hardly be maintained.
C.The light of the Sun could no longer reach the surface of the Earth.
D.Infrared radiation could no longer be transmitted from the Earth to outer space.

45、 The only way to stop the spread of aerosols in the atmosphere, according to Dr Rasool and Dr Schneider, is to use____
A.fossil fuels
B.electric power
C.nuclear energy
D.coal power 46、
根据下列材料,回答46-51题
Virtual Driver
      Driving involves sharp eyes and keen ears, analyzing with a brain, and coordination between hands, feet and brain. A man has sharp eyes and keen ears, analyzes through his brain, and maintains coordination (协调) between his hands and brains. He can control a fast-moving car with different parts of his body. ___46____ Apparently there isn't anyone in the driver's cab ( 驾驶室), but there is in fact a virtual driver. This virtual driver has eyes, brains, hands and feet too. The minicameras on each side of the car are its eyes and are responsible for observing the road conditions ahead of it as well as the traffic to its left and fight. If you open the boot (行李箱), you can see the most important part of the automatic driving system: a built-in computer. ____47____The brain of the car is responsible for calculating the speeds objects surrounding the car are moving at, analyzing their position on the road, choosing the right path, and giving orders to the wheel and the control system.
     In comparison with the human brain, the virtual driver's best advantage is that it reacts quickly. ____48____However, it takes the world's best racecar driver at least one second to react, and this doesn't include the time he needs to take action.
     With its rapid reaction and accurate control, the virtual driver can reduce the accident rate on expressways considerably. In this case, is it possible for us to let it dirve at any time and in any place? ____49____With its limited ability to recognize things, the car can now only travel on expressways.
     The intelligent car determines its direction by the clear lines that mark the lanes clearly and recognizes vehicles according to their regular shapes. ____50____This being the case, people still have high hopes about driverless cars, and think highly intelligent cars are what the cars of the future should be like.

请在第
_(46) _处填上正确答案
A.Experts say that we cannot do that just yet.
B.In the near future, intelligent cars will be put into commercial operation.
C.This is the brain of the car.
D.But how does an intelligent car control itself?
E.It completes the processing of the images sent by the cameras within 100 milliseconds.
F.However, it cannot recognize moving people and bicycles on ordinary roads that have no clear markings on them.

47、请在第__(47)__处填上正确答案。
A.Experts say that we cannot do that just yet.
B.In the near future, intelligent cars will be put into commercial operation.
C.This is the brain of the car.
D.But how does an intelligent car control itself?
E.It completes the processing of the images sent by the cameras within 100 milliseconds.
F.However, it cannot recognize moving people and bicycles on ordinary roads that have no clear markings on them.

48、请在第_(48)___处填上正确答案。
A.Experts say that we cannot do that just yet.
B.In the near future, intelligent cars will be put into commercial operation.
C.This is the brain of the car.
D.But how does an intelligent car control itself?
E.It completes the processing of the images sent by the cameras within 100 milliseconds.
F.However, it cannot recognize moving people and bicycles on ordinary roads that have no clear markings on them.

49、请在第_(49)___处填上正确答案。
A.Experts say that we cannot do that just yet.
B.In the near future, intelligent cars will be put into commercial operation.
C.This is the brain of the car.
D.But how does an intelligent car control itself?
E.It completes the processing of the images sent by the cameras within 100 milliseconds.
F.However, it cannot recognize moving people and bicycles on ordinary roads that have no clear markings on them.

50、请在第_(50)___处填上正确答案。
A.Experts say that we cannot do that just yet.
B.In the near future, intelligent cars will be put into commercial operation.
C.This is the brain of the car.
D.But how does an intelligent car control itself?
E.It completes the processing of the images sent by the cameras within 100 milliseconds.
F.However, it cannot recognize moving people and bicycles on ordinary roads that have no clear markings on them.[page]

51、
根据下列材料,回答{TSE}题
Importance of the Public Image
      Public image refers to how a company is viewed by its customers, suppliers, and stockholders (股东), by the financial community, by the communities in which it operates, and by the federal and ____ (51) ____ governments. Public image is controllable to a ____ (52) ____extent, just as the product, price, place, and promotional efforts are.
      A firm's public image____ (53) ____a vital role in the attractiveness of the firm and its products to employees, customers, ____ (54) ____to such outsiders as stockholders, suppliers, creditors (债权人), government officials, as well as ____ ( 55 ) ____special groups. With some things, it is impossible to satisfy all the diverse publics: for example, high quality products and service standards should bring almost complete approval, ____ (56) ____low quality products and service would receive wide ____ (57) ____.
      A firm's public image, ____ (58) ____it is good, should be treasured and protected. It is a ____ (59) ____asset that usually is built up over a long and satisfying relationship of a firm with its publics. If a firm has ____ (60) ____a quality image, this is not easily countered or imitated by competitors. ____ (61) ____ an image may enable a firm to charge higher prices, to woo (追求) the best distributors and dealers, to attract the best employees, to ____ (62) ____the most favorable creditor relationships and lowest borrowing costs. It should also allow the firm's stock to command a higher price-earnings ratio than other firms in the same industry ____ (63) ____such
a good reputation and public image.
     A number of factors affect the public image of a corporation, (64) physical facilities, contacts of outsiders with company employees, product quality and dependability, prices____ (65) ____, customer service, the kind of advertising and the media and programs used, and the use of public relations and publicity.

请在第_(51)___处填上正确答案
A.foreign
B.local
C.world
D.huge

52、请在第__(52)__处填上正确答案
A.consistent
B.considerable
C.considerate
D.free

53、请在第_(53)___处填上正确答案
A.establishes
B.plays
C.makes
D.obtains

54、请在第_(54)___处填上正确答案
A.but
B.however
C.and
D.as

55、请在第__(55)__处填上正确答案
A.changing
B.variable
C.deviated
D.diverse

56、请在第__(56)__处填上正确答案
A.while
B.when
C.as
D.and

57、请在第_(57)___处填上正确答案
A.resistance
B.acceptance
C.agreement
D.support

58、请在第__(58)__处填上正确答案
A.how
B.if
C.which
D.since

59、请在第_(59)___处填上正确答案
A.valuable
B.worthless
C.worthwhile
D.satisfactory

60、请在第_(60)___处填上正确答案
A.copied
B.developed
C.projected
D.learned

61、请在第_(61)___处填上正确答案
A.With
B.Such
C.Like
D.Because

62、请在第_(62)___处填上正确答案
A.explore
B.inspect
C.suspect
D.expect

63、请在第__(63)__处填上正确答案
A.with
B.without
C.in
D.of

64、请在第__(64)__处填上正确答案
A.including
B.excluding
C.concluding
D.secluding

65、请在第_(65)___处填上正确答案
A.advantage
B.disadvantage
C.increase
D.range

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