同现举例

  Cloze Test 5

  Until recently most historians spoke very critically of the Industrial Revolution. They 41 that in the long run industrialization greatly raised the standard of living for the 42 man. But they insisted that its 43 results during the period from 1750 to 1850 were widespread poverty and misery for the 44 of the English population. 45 contrast, they saw in the preceding hundred years from 1650 to1750, when England was still a 46 agricultural country, a period of great abundance and prosperity.
   The view, 47 , is generally thought to be wrong. Specialists 48 history and economics, have 49 two things: that the period from 1650 to 1750 was 50 by great poverty, and that industrialization certainly did not worsen and may have actually improved the conditions for the majority of the populace.

  41. [A] admitted [B] believed [C] claimed [D] predicted

  42. [A] plain [B] average [C] mean [D] normal

  43. [A] momentary [B] prompt [C] instant [D] immediate

  44. [A] bulk [B] host [C] gross [D] magnitude

  45. [A] On [B] With [C] For [D] By

  46. [A] broadly [B] thoroughly [C] generally [D] completely

  47. [A] however [B] meanwhile [C] therefore [D] moreover

  48. [A] at [B] in [C] about [D] for

  49. [A] manifested [B] approved [C] shown [D] speculated

  50. [A] noted [B] impressed [C] labeled [D] marked
  同现举例

  Cloze Test 3

  Sleep is divided into periods of so-called REM sleep, characterized by rapid eye movements and dreaming, and longer periods of non-REM sleep. 41 kind of sleep is at all well-understood, but REM sleep is 42 to serve some restorative function of the brain. The purpose of non-REM sleep is even more 43 . The new experiments, such as these 44 for the first time at a recent meeting of the Society for Sleep Research in Minneapolis, suggest fascinating explanations 45 of non-REM sleep.

  For example, it has long been known that total sleep 46 is 100 percent fatal to rats, yet, 47 examination of the dead bodies, the animals look completely normal. A research has now 48 the mystery of why the animals die. The rats 49 bacterial infections of the blood, 50 their immune systems-the self-protecting mechanism against diseases-had crashed.
  41. [A] Either Neither [C] Each [D] Any
  42. [A] intended [B] required [C] assumed [D] inferred
  43. [A] subtle [B] obvious [C] mysterious [D] doubtful
  44. [A] maintained [B] described [C] settled [D] afforded
  45. [A] in the light [B] by virtue [C] with the exception [D] for the purpose
  46. [A] reduction [B] destruction [C] deprivation [D] restriction
  47. [A] upon [B] by [C] through [D] with
  48. [A] paid attention to [B] caught sight of [C] laid emphasis on [D] cast light on
  49. [A] develop [B] produce [C] stimulate [D] induce
  50. [A] if [B] as if [C] only if [D] if only

  [b]Cloze Test 5
  

      Until recently most historians spoke very critically of the Industrial Revolution. They 41 that in the long run industrialization greatly raised the standard of living for the 42 man. But they insisted that its 43 results during the period from 1750 to 1850 were widespread poverty and misery for the 44 of the English population. 45 contrast, they saw in the preceding hundred years from 1650 to1750, when England was still a 46 agricultural country, a period of great abundance and prosperity.
  The view, 47 , is generally thought to be wrong. Specialists 48 history and economics, have 49 two things: that the period from 1650 to 1750 was 50 by great poverty, and that industrialization certainly did not worsen and may have actually improved the conditions for the majority of the populace.

  41. [A] admitted [B] believed [C] claimed [D] predicted
  42. [A] plain [B] average [C] mean [D] normal
  43. [A] momentary [B] prompt [C] instant [D] immediate
  44. [A] bulk [B] host [C] gross [D] magnitude
  45. [A] On [B] With [C] For [D] By
  46. [A] broadly [B] thoroughly [C] generally [D] completely
  47. [A] however [B] meanwhile [C] therefore [D] moreover
  48. [A] at [B] in [C] about [D] for
  49. [A] manifested [B] approved [C] shown [D] speculated
  50. [A] noted [B] impressed [C] labeled [D] marked
  关联举例

  Cloze Test 6

  Industrial safety does not just happen. Companies 41 low accident rates plan their safety programs, work hard to organize them, and continue working to keep them 42 and active. When the work is well done, a 43 of accident-free operations is established 44 time lost due to injuries is kept at a minimum.

  Successful safety programs may 45 greatly in the emphasis placed on certain aspects of the program. Some place great emphasis on mechanical guarding. Others stress safe work practices by 46 rules or regulation. 47 others depend on an emotional appeal to the worker. But, there are certain basic ideas that must be used in every program if maximum results are to be obtained.

  There can be no question about the value of a safety program. From a financial standpoint alone, safe 48 . The fewer the injury 49 , the better the workman’s insurance rate. This may mean the difference between operating at 50 or at a loss.

  41. [A] at [B] in [C] on [D] with
  42. [A] alive [B] vivid [C] mobile [D] diverse
  43. [A] regulation [B] climate [C] circumstance [D] requirement
  44. [A] where [B] how [C] what [D] unless
  45. [A] alter [B] differ [C] shift [D] distinguish
  46. [A] constituting [B] aggravating [C] observing [D] justifying
  47. [A] Some [B] Many [C] Even [D] Still
  48. [A] comes off [B] turns up [C] pays off [D] holds up
  49. [A] claims [B] reports [C] declarations[D] proclamations
  50. [A] an advantage [B] a benefit [C] an interest [D] a profit
  时间线索举例

  Cloze Test 5

  Until recently most historians spoke very critically of the Industrial Revolution. They 41 that in the long run industrialization greatly raised the standard of living for the 42 man. But they insisted that its 43 results during the period from 1750 to 1850 were widespread poverty and misery for the 44 of the English population. 45 contrast, they saw in the preceding hundred years from 1650 to1750, when England was still a 46 agricultural country, a period of great abundance and prosperity.

  The view, 47 , is generally thought to be wrong. Specialists 48 history and economics, have 49 two things: that the period from 1650 to 1750 was 50 by great poverty, and that industrialization certainly did not worsen and may have actually improved the conditions for the majority of the populace.

  41. [A] admitted [B] believed [C] claimed [D] predicted
  42. [A] plain [B] average [C] mean [D] normal
  43. [A] momentary [B] prompt [C] instant [D] immediate
  44. [A] bulk [B] host [C] gross [D] magnitude
  45. [A] On [B] With [C] For [D] By
  46. [A] broadly [B] thoroughly [C] generally [D] completely
  47. [A] however [B] meanwhile [C] therefore [D] moreover
  48. [A] at [B] in [C] about [D] for
  49. [A] manifested [B] approved [C] shown [D] speculated
  50. [A] noted [B] impressed [C] labeled [D] marked
  总分总结构举例

  Cloze Test 3

  Sleep is divided into periods of so-called REM sleep, characterized by rapid eye movements and dreaming, and longer periods of non-REM sleep. 41 kind of sleep is at all well-understood, but REM sleep is 42 to serve some restorative function of the brain. The purpose of non-REM sleep is even more 43 . The new experiments, such as these 44 for the first time at a recent meeting of the Society for Sleep Research in Minneapolis, suggest fascinating explanations 45 of non-REM sleep.
   For example, it has long been known that total sleep 46 is 100 percent fatal to rats, yet, 47 examination of the dead bodies, the animals look completely normal. A research has now 48 the mystery of why the animals die. The rats 49 bacterial infections of the blood, 50 their immune systems-the self-protecting mechanism against diseases-had crashed.

  41. [A] Either [B] Neither [C] Each [D] Any
  42. [A] intended [B] required [C] assumed [D] inferred
  43. [A] subtle [B] obvious [C] mysterious [D] doubtful
  44. [A] maintained [B] described [C] settled [D] afforded
  45. [A] in the light [B] by virtue [C] with the exception [D] for the purpose
  46. [A] reduction [B] destruction [C] deprivation [D] restriction
  47. [A] upon [B] by [C] through [D] with
  48. [A] paid attention to [B] caught sight of [C] laid emphasis on [D] cast light on
  49. [A] develop [B] produce [C] stimulate [D] induce
  50. [A] if [B] as if [C] only if [D] if only

  Cloze Test 5
  Until recently most historians spoke very critically of the Industrial Revolution. They 41 that in the long run industrialization greatly raised the standard of living for the 42 man. But they insisted that its 43 results during the period from 1750 to 1850 were widespread poverty and misery for the 44 of the English population. 45 contrast, they saw in the preceding hundred years from 1650 to1750, when England was still a 46 agricultural country, a period of great abundance and prosperity.
  The view, 47 , is generally thought to be wrong. Specialists 48 history and economics, have 49 two things: that the period from 1650 to 1750 was 50 by great poverty, and that industrialization certainly did not worsen and may have actually improved the conditions for the majority of the populace.

  41. [A] admitted [B] believed [C] claimed [D] predicted
  42. [A] plain [B] average [C] mean [D] normal
  43. [A] momentary [B] prompt [C] instant [D] immediate
  44. [A] bulk [B] host [C] gross [D] magnitude
  45. [A] On [B] With [C] For [D] By来源:www.examda.com
  46. [A] broadly [B] thoroughly [C] generally [D] completely
  47. [A] however [B] meanwhile [C] therefore [D] moreover
  48. [A] at [B] in [C] about [D] for
  49. [A] manifested [B] approved [C] shown [D] speculated
  50. [A] noted [B] impressed [C] labeled [D] marked
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