复杂修饰：1.Hardy’sweakness derived from his apparent inability to control the comings and goingsof thesedivergent impulsesand from his unwillingness to cultivate and sustain the energetic and risky ones.
A.Hardy’sweakness derived from his apparent inability.
B.Hardy’sweakness derived from his apparent inability and from his unwillingness.
C.Hardy’sweakness derived from his apparent inability and the energetic and risky ones.
C.Theenergetic and risky ones
1.C 2.B3.B 4.C
4. Virginia Woolf’sprovocative statement about her intentions in writing Mrs. Dalloway has regularlybeenignored by thecritics， since it highlightsan aspect of her literary interests very different from thetraditional picture of the "poetic" novelist concernedwith examining states of reverie and vision and withfollowing the intricate pathways of individual consciousness.（5）
A.Virginia Woolf’s provocative statement has been ignored.
B.It highlights an aspect of her literary interests.
1.A 2.C 3.B
10. His thesis worksrelatively well when applied to discrimination against Blacks in theUnited States，buthis definition ofracial prejudice as "racially-based negative prejudgments against a groupgenerallyaccepted as a racein any given region of ethnic competition," can be interpreted asalso including hostilitytoward such ethnicgroups as the Chinese in California and the Jews in medieval Europe.（4+）
A.His thesis works relatively well
B.His definition can be interpreted as also including hostility
C.His thesis works relatively well，buthis definition can be interpreted as also including hostility.
1.C 2.B 3.C
11. Such variations in size, shape, chemistry, conduction speed,excitation threshold, and the like as hadbeen demonstrated in nerve cells remained negligible insignificance for any possible correlation with themanifold dimensions of mental experience.（5）
A.Such variations had beendemonstrated.
B.Such variations remainednegligible.
C.Nerve remained negligible.
C.Size，shape，chemistry，conductionspeed，excitation threshold，and the like
1.B 2.C 3.A
52. The argument attempts to establish thatcertain circumstances that would have had to occur for a particularexplanation to be correct could not have occurred.
A.The argument attempts to establish that certaincircumstance would have had to occur
B.The argument attempts to establish that certaincircumstances could not have occurred.
C.The argument attempts to establish a particularexplanation.
B.Certain circumstances that would have had to occurfor a particular explanation to be correct could not have occurred
C.Certain circumstances that would have had to occurfor a particular explanation to be correct.
1.B 2.B 3.A
In the multiplicity of small-scale local egalitarian orquasi-egalitarian organizations for fellowship, worship and production thatflourished in this laissez-faire environment, individuals could interact withone another within a community of harmony and ideological equality, followingtheir own popularly elected leaders and governing themselves by sharedconsensus while minimizing distinctions of wealth and power.
A.Individuals could interact with one another
B.Fellowship，worship and production flourished in thislaissez-faire environment
C.Fellowship，worship and production could interact with oneanother.
1.A 2.A 3.C
19. The physicist rightly dreads precise argument，since an argumentthat is convincing only if it is preciseloses all its force if the assumptions on which it is based areslightly changed，whereas an argument that isconvincing though imprecise may well be stable under smallperturbations of its underlying assumptions.（5+）
A.The physicistdreads argument.
B.An argument areslightly changed.
C.An argument maywell be stable.
A.An argument loses all its force whereas an argumentmay well be stable.
B.An argument is convincing under its underlyingassumptions.
C.An argument are slight changed whereas an argumentmay well be stable.
1.A 2.A 3.A 4.A 5.B
20. However，as they gainedcohesion，the Bluestockings came to regard themselves as a women’s groupand to possess a sense of female solidarity lacking in thesalonnieres， who remained isolated from oneanother by the primacy each held in her own salon.（4-）
A.The Bluestockings came to regard themselves as a women’s group
B.The Bluestockings came to regard themselves as a women’s group andto possess a sense of female solidarity
C.The Bluestockings came to possess a sense of female solidarity.
C.To regard和to possess
1.B 2.C 3.B 4.B
21. As my own studieshave advanced，I have been increasingly impressed with the functionalsimilaritiesbetween insect andvertebrate societies and less so with the structural differences thatseem，at firstglance，to constitute suchan immense gulf between them.（5）
A.I have been impressed with the similarities and less so with thestructural differences.
B.I have been impressed with the similarities to constitute an gulf.
C.I have been impressed with the similarities.
22. Although fictionassuredly springs from political circumstances， its authors react to thosecircumstances in ways other than ideological， and talking aboutnovels and stories primarily asinstruments of ideology circumvents much of the fictionalenterprise.（4）
A.Fiction springs from circumstances.
B.Its authors react to those circumstances.
C.Its authors react to those circumstances and talking about novelsand stories.
A.those circumstances和talking about
1.C 2.A 3.C
27. The role those anthropologists ascribe toevolution is not of dictating the details of human behavior butone of imposing constraints—ways of feeling， thinking， and acting that "comenaturally" in archetypalsituations in anyculture.（4）
A.Thoseanthropologists ascribe to evolution.
B.The role is notof dictating the details but one.
C.The role is notof dictating ways.
28. Which of the following most probably providesan appropriate analogy from human morphology for the“details” versus “constraints” distinction made in the passage in relation to human behavior?（5）
A.Which provides human morphology？
B.Which provides an analogy？
C.Which provides a distinction？
1. TheAmerican economic system is organized around a basically private-enterprise andmarket-
oriented economy in which consumers largely determine what shall beproduced by spending
their money in the marketplace for those goods and services that they wantmost.
A.Thesystem is organized.
B.Thesystem shall be spending.
C.Consumersdetermine what shall be produced.
A.TheAmerican economic system