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2018年3月4日GRE考试填空真题机经解析

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2018年3月4日GRE考试填空真题机经解析52-5  Compared to Earth over most of its 4 to6-billion-year history, the world we live in today is quite (i)_____. Ofcourse, it is human nature to regard the world that we are used to as(ii)_____. The oceans, prairies, and mountain chains—even the air we breathe—seemthe norm and therefore (iii)_____.
A. bountiful
D. invaluable
G. eternal
B. atypical
E. permanent
H. precious
C. stable
F. corrupted
I. endangered
110-2  otwithstanding a lack of _____, nineteenth-century anthologies such as Ev** and George Duyckinck’s Cyclopaedia of American Literature represents serious attempts to collect the national writings up to that point as a way of establishing the viability of American letters."
A. bias
B. earnestness
C. rigor
D. ambition
E. ambiguity
48-7 Shifting Fortunes take aconventional approach to American union history by simply explaining thereasons behind union growth and decline in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: it isa chronologically and thematically _____ study and nothing more.
A. complicated
B. confined
C. multifarious
D. onerous
E. circumscribed
F. taxing
18-4 Due to theextraordinary circumstances, British business owners found themselves in a(i)_____ position during the Second World War, forced to accept regularinterference from government and to acquiesce to (ii)_____ role for laborunions in negotiating the terms and conditions of employment.
A. defensive
D. a traditional
B. dominant
E. an enhanced
C. customary
F. a diminished
20-3 Historian BarbaraAlpern Engel’s task inwriting a book about women in Russia must have been a (i)_____ one, because the(ii)_____ the Russian empire’s peoples meant that Russian women could never betreated as a homogeneous group.
A. motivating
D. unity among
B. boring
E. disinterest in
C.daunting
F. diversity of
29-7 Hispremiership, seemingly cast-iron year ago, is now so vulnerable that even agood day at the office does no more than buy him a few weeks of _____ fromrebels within his own party.
A. controversy
B. reproach
C. respite
D. relief
E. blame
F. deference
49-7 While normalfloods resulting from usual monsoon rainfall are _____ the growth of crops,recently there has been an increase in the frequency of high-intensity floodsthat do not have such welcome effects.
A. conduciveto
B. hindered by
C. devastatingfor
D. deleteriousfor
E. essentialfor
F. indispensable to
75-2 His _____speaking style notwithstanding, William Perkins has long been seen as themoderate face of his political party.
A. genteel
B. mundane
C. affable
D. captivating
E. vehement
64-4 A hallmark ofc**ain nineteenth-century mystery novels was the reform agenda of theirauthors, who ostensibly sought to expose economic injustice while depicting theseamy underside of urban life. In reality, however, these claims to a radicalpolitical agenda were often (i)_____ meant to give lurid thrillers theappearance of (ii)_____.
A. authentic
D. escapist appeal
B. complicated
E. high-minded purpose
C. disingenuous
F. gripping suspense
107-2 Paul Robeson. Jr. wrote that his father was a flesh-and-blood artist whose accomplishments made him susceptible to hagiographic treatment by potential biographers. Robeson’s achievements were real, and there was no need for _____.
A. disclosure
B. hyperbole
C. retraction
D. muckraking
E. reticence
38-1 The governor might conceivably find a genuine resolution to the budgetary dilemma, but she may be tempted to engage in a deception: a _____ exercise in fiscal prudence.
A. rigorous
B. sparking
C. specious
D. blatant
E. convincing

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