陈圣元句子填空section 1-42(No题)

GRE 填空 陈圣元

Section 1

1. Hydrogen is the ----element of the universe in that it provides the building blocks from which the other elements are produced. (A) steadiest (B) expendable (C) lightest (D) final

(E) fundamental

2. Few of us take the pains to study our cherished convictions; indeed, we almost have a natural---- doing so. (A) aptitude for (B) repugnance to (C) interest in (D) ignorance of (E) reaction after

3. It is his dubious distinction to have proved what nobody would think of denying, that Romero at the age of sixty-four writes with all the characteristics of----. (A) maturity (B) fiction

(C) inventiveness (D) art

(E) brilliance

4. The primary criterion for----a school is its recent performance: critics are----to extend credit for earlier victories. (A) evaluating .. prone (B) investigating .. hesitant (C) judging .. reluctant (D) improving .. eager

(E) administering .. persuaded

5. Number theory is rich in problems of an especially----sort: they are tantalizingly simple to state but----difficult to solve. (A) cryptic.. deceptively (B) spurious.. equally (C) abstruse.. ostensibly (D) elegant.. rarely (E) vexing ..notoriously

6. In failing to see that the justice's pronouncement

merely----previous decisions rather than actually establishing a precedent, the novice law clerk--- the scope of the justice's judgment.

(A) synthesized.. limited

(B) overturned.. misunderstood (C) endorsed.. nullified

(D) qualified.. overemphasized (E) recapitulated.. defined

7. When theories formerly considered to be----in their scientific objectivity are found instead to reflect a consistent observational and evaluative bias, then the presumed neutrality of science gives way to the recognition that categories of knowledge are human----. (A) disinterested.. constructions (B) callous.. errors

(C) verifiable.. prejudices (D) convincing.. imperatives (E) unassailable.. fantasies

1. Although the minuet appeared simple, its---- steps had to be studied very carefully before they could be gracefully----in public. (A) progressive.. revealed (B) intricate.. executed (C) rudimentary.. allowed (D) minute.. discussed (E) entertaining.. stylized

2. The results of the experiments performed by Elizabeth Hazen and Rachel Brown were----not only because these results

challenged old assumptions but also because they called the---- methodology into question. (A) provocative.. prevailing (B) predictable.. contemporary (C) inconclusive.. traditional (D) intriguing.. projected (E) specious.. original

3. Despite the----of many of their colleagues, some scholars have begun to emphasize "pop culture" as a key for----the myths, hopes, and fears of contemporary society. (A) antipathy.. entangling (B) discernment.. evaluating (C) pedantry.. reinstating (D) skepticism.. deciphering (E) enthusiasm.. symbolizing

4. In the seventeenth century, direct flouting of a generally accepted system of values was regarded as----, even as a sign of madness.

(A) adventurous (B) frivolous (C) willful

(D) impermissible (E) irrational

5. Queen Elizabeth I has quite correctly been called a ----of the arts, because many young artists received her patronage. (A) connoisseur (B) critic (C) friend (D) scourge (E) judge

6. Because outlaws were denied----under medieval law, anyone could raise a hand against them with legal----. (A) propriety.. authority (B) protection.. impunity (C) collusion.. consent (D) rights.. collaboration (E) provisions.. validity

7. Rather than enhancing a country's security, the successful

development of nuclear weapons could serve at first to increase that country's----. (A) boldness (B) influence (C) responsibility (D) moderation (E) vulnerability

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