广东时时彩app下载 www.v2r87.com.cn Part Ⅲ Reading Comprehension （40 minutes）
Directions： In this section， there is a passage with ten blanks. You are required to select one word for each blank from a list of choices given in a word bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully before making your choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. Please mark the corresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than once.
Did Sarah Josepha Hale write “Mary‘s Little Lamb，” the eternal nursery rhyme （儿歌） about girl named Mary with a stubborn lamb？ This is still disputed， but it’s clear that the woman __26__ for writing it was one of America‘s most fascinating __27 __. In honor of the poem publication on May 24，1830， here’s more about the __28__ author‘s life.
Hale wasn‘t just a writer， she was also a __29__ social advocate， and she was particularly __30__ with an ideal New England， which she associated with abundant Thanksgiving meals that she claimed had “a deep moral influence，” she began a nationwide __31__ to have a national holiday declared that would bring families together while celebrating the __32__ festivals. In 1863， after 17 years of advocacy including letters to five presidents， Hale got it. President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War， issued a __33__ setting aside the last Thursday in November for the holiday.
The true authorship of “Mary‘s Little Lamb” is disputed. According to New England Historical Society， Hale wrote only one part of the poem， but claimed authorship. Regardless of the author， it seems that the poem was __34__by a real event. When young Mary Sawyer was followed to school by a lamb in 1816， it caused some problems. A bystander named John Roulstone wrote a poem about the event， then， at some point， Hale herself seems to have helped write it. However， if a 1916 piece by her great-niece is to be trusted， Hale claimed for the __35__of her life that “Some other people pretended that someone else wrote the poem”。
26. K） reputed
27. C） characters
28. M） supposed
29. E） fierce
30. H） obsessed
31. A） campaign
32. N） traditional
33. I） proclamation
34. F） inspired
35. L） rest
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36-40 CHAKE 41-45 IGBFD
开头： Human memory…
46. C）store an unlimited number of human faces
47. C） To understand computers‘ problems with facial recognition.
48. D） It decreases as the database size increases.
49. A） They cannot easily tell apart people with near-identical appearances.
50. B） There do not exist public databases with sufficient face samples.
51. B） They are acting in an irrational way.
52. A） impractical.
53. D） Allow taxpayers to participate in college administration.
54. C） It is well reflected in their average starting salary.
55. D） College students should fund their own education.