Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. disillusioned D. self-serving B. dubious E. benevolent C. enthusiastic F. sporadic 6-5 Concrete is _____ of many materials, a composite of rocks, pebbles, sand, and cement. A. conflation B. a distillation C. a concordance D. an aberration E. an amalgamation F. an agreement 6-6 The depiction of the _____ wolf is largely a misconception; wolves are _____ creatures that prefer to run in packs. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. lone D. dangerous B. vicious E. social C. hungry F. famished 6-7 Jazz pioneer Louis Armstrong is renowned for his improvisations on the trumpet; his innovations as a vocalist are equally ______. A. obscure B. remarkable C. conventional D. erroneous E. noteworthy F. inexact
陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套 63 琦 叔 团 队 • 倾 情 奉 献 6-8 Andrew’s hunch that Ms. Smith would lose the election was _____ when her opponent won in a landslide, proving Andrew’s _____ to be correct. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. compromised D. prediction B. confirmed E. intuition C. belied F. endorsement 6-9 The medicine does have a salutary effect by _____ pain, even if recent studies prove that it cannot eliminate such discomfort entirely. A. alleviating B. annihilating C. revitalizing D. eradicating E. augmenting F. palliating 6-10 The intern was almost too _____; he felt the suffering of his patients as if it were his own. A. candid B. disarming C. empathetic D. understanding E. frank F. insightful 6-11 As the charismatic speaker left the podium, she was surrounded by _____ of zealous supporters who _____ our attempts to approach her. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. an entourage D. interfered with B. a debacle E. encompassed C. a dearth F. pertained to 6-12 Sally was a lighthearted and even-tempered woman: she had none of her sister’s _____. A. mellow B. affability C. equanimity D. resilience E. truculence F. belligerence
陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套 64 琦 叔 团 队 • 倾 情 奉 献 6-13 Because postmodernist critics often rely on _____ language, their prose frequently seems _____ to nonspecialists who fail to comprehend its meaning. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. accessible D. exotic B. esoteric E. grating C. hackneyed F. impenetrable 6-14 Eduardo was _____ to find that the editorial he had written was _____ by several typographical errors. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. overjoyed D. authenticated B. intrigued E. enhanced C. embarrassed F. marred 6-15 In order to _____ the loss of natural wetlands used by migrating snow geese, conservationists in the 1960’s and 1970’s _____ wetland refuges in the northern prairies. Blank (i) Blank (ii) A. standardize D. dismantled B. compensate for E. established C. account for F. ignored 6-16 Frequently used as a spice, ginger also has _____ properties: it can be used to help treat coughs, colds, and upset stomachs. A. immutable B. invariable C. edible D. curative E. therapeutic F. descriptive 6-17 The scientific organization _____ the newspaper for prominently covering the predictions of a psychic while _____ to report on a major research conference.
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