2011年6月英语六级完形填空训练(1)

  Directions, There are 20 blanks in the following, passage For each blank there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D) on the right side of the paper. You should choose the ONE that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre.

  注意:此部分试题请在答题卡2上作答。


  The weather may be cold and wet, but in the rich world's financial markets it is beginning to feel like August all over again. Credit spreads have widened and Sharesare( 62 )from gloom to elation (兴高彩烈) as( 63)look to the Federal Reserve for solace (安慰). The (54)is unmistakable. But this time the scare is about more than bad mortgage loans and their(65) effect on the credit markets. America may be falling into(66)And a new fear now stalks the markets: that the dollar's slide could 67 out of control.
  A full-blown dollar crisis on top of a credit crumch (经济收缩) and a weakening economy would be 68 It would send financial markets reeling and (69)the hands of the Fed, perhaps forcing it to raise interest(70)even as recession looms. The sky-high euro would 71 further, choking off Europe's growth.
  (72)tensions would also rise. ( 73) Airbus has called the dollar's(74)life-threatening" and France's president, Nicolas Sarkozy, has given
  warning of "economic war".
  At(75 ), the shadows could darken further. For half a century the dollar has been the hegemonic (霸权的) currency. A large slice of global trade is counted
  in dollars. Central banks hold most of their foreign-exchange.(76)in dollars, a boon for America that has allowed it to(77) debt more cheaply. That (78) has survived dollar slides before, ( 79 )in the late 1970s and mid-1980 s. But now, with the euro as an alternative, the fear is of a sudden shift in the global monetary system, with investors(80)quickly from one currency to the other.
  So far, this remains only a fear. Whether disaster strikes depends on what exactly is driving the dollar (81) and on how policymakers react.
  62.
  A) pitching
  B) plunging
  C) splitting
  D) drooping
  63.
  A) architects
  B) protesters
  C) investors
  D) victims
  54.
  A) prosperity
  B) anxiety
  C) relief
  D) diagnosis
  65.
  A) positive
  B) irritable
  C) offensive
  D) harmful
  66.
  A) congestion
  B) dilemma
  C) fluctuation
  D) recession
  67.
  A) spin
  B) stun
  C) swing
  D) slash
  68.
  A) stimulating
  B) frightening
  C) motivating
  D) confusing
  69.
  A) loosen
  B) bury
  C) tie
  D) cross
  70.
  A) points
  B) portions
  C) ratios
  D) rates
  71.
  A) dive
  B) slip
  C) soar
  D) float
  72.
  A) Political
  B) Economic
  C) Cultural
  D) Psychological
  73.
  A) Since
  B) Before
  C) Already
  D) Even
  74.
  A) rejection
  B) decline
  C) circulation
  D) inflation
  75.
  A) worst
  B) most
  C) best
  D) least
  76.
  A) savings
  B) reserves
  C) accounts
  D) maintenances
  77.
  A) publish
  B) lease
  C) emit
  D) issue
  78.
  A) equivalence
  B) prominence
  C) dominance
  D) prevalence
  79.
  A) as
  B) once
  C) while
  D) since
  80.
  A) reversing
  B) switching
  C) converting
  D) varying
  81.
  A) forward
  B) out
  C) off
  D) down

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