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高中英语语法填空:形容词 巩固练习





形容词 巩固练习

Directions: Read the following sentences, for the blanks, there is a word given in the brackets. Fill in each of these blanks with the proper form of the given word.

1. It was a _______ (silence) evening and I really had a good sleep.

2. In fact, normal children ages 9 to 17 exhibit a _______ (high) level of anxiety today than children who were treated for mental illness 50 years ago.

3. It is easier to negotiate _______ (initialize) salary requirement because once you are inside, the organizational constraints (约束) influence wage increases.

4. For makers of fine china in Britain, it spells _______ (economy) hard times.

5. He was such a _______ (dynamical) speaker that he held our attention every minute of the three-hour lecture.

6. It's very _______ (consider) of you not to talk aloud while the baby is asleep.

7. The _______ (overalls) goal of the book is to help bridge the gap between research and teaching, particularly the gap between researchers and teachers.

8. There is no _______ (solidarity) evidence that people can control their dreams, at least in experimental situations in a lab.

9. Some plants are very _______ (sensitivity) to light; they prefer the shade.

10. In the race to improve _______ (education) standards, parents are throwing the books at kids.

11. The author considers office poetics to be an important factor for _______ (person) advancement.

12. Another argument against allowing people to own a bomb is that at the moment it is very _______ (expense) to build one.

13. In order to make things convenient for the people, the department is planning to set up some shops in the _______ (resident) area.

14. His business, was very _______ (success), but it was at the expense of his family life.

15. They feel really good about the parent support, but they realize it's _______ (possible) for them to solve this problem.

16. Politically these nations tend to be _______ (stable), with very high birth rates but poor education and very low levels of literacy.

17. Being _______ (ignorance) of the law is not accepted as an excuse for breaking the law.

18. Within two days, the army fired more than two hundred rockets and missiles at _______ (militant) targets in the coastal city.

19. _______ (excess) quantities of water are being used nowadays with the rapid development of industry and agriculture.

20. We have arranged to go to the cinema on Friday, but we can be _______ (flex) and go another day.

21. The housing developers provide free trips for _______ (potentiality) buyers.

22. These two signatures are so _______ (similarity) that it's very difficult to tell them apart.

23. Two hours from the tall buildings of Manhattan and Philadelphia live some of the world's _______ (large) black bears.

24. The key to protecting these _______ (remark) lands is connecting with the local community.

25. A word processor is much _______ (good) than a typewriter in that it enables you to enter and edit your text more easily.

26. The other day, Mum and I went to St. James's Hospital, and they did lots and lots of tests on me, most of them _______ (horror) and frightening.

27. In the Mediterranean seaweed is so _______ (abundance) and so easily harvested that it is never of great worth.

28. Computer power now allows _______ (automation) searches of fingerprint files to match a print at a crime scene.

29. Showing some sense of humor can be a(n) _______ (effect) way to deal with some stressful situation.

30. Educating girls quite possibly yields a _______ (high) rate of return than any other investment available in the developing world.

31. People's expectations about the future may have more influence on their sense of well-being than their _______ (currency) state does.

32. In the U.S. 88 percent of smokers had started before they were 18, despite the fact that it is _______ (legal) to sell cigarettes to anyone under that age.

33. According to the key witnesses, a peculiarly big nose is the criminal's most memorable _______ (face) feature.

34. Almost all job applicants are determined to leave a good impression on a _______ (potentiality) employer.

35. Research shows that there is no _______ (subsequence) relationship between how much a person earns and whether he feels good about life.

36. So far 20 years, we've been focusing on these materials down to the molecules, looking for ways to make them _______ (safety) for people and the planet.

37. We're giving people high-quality, healthful products and an opportunity to make choices that have a _______ (benefit) effect on the world.

38. Similarly, consumers operating under a fixed mood state tend to react to stimuli (刺激因素) in a direction _______ (consistency) with that mood state.

39. But television is an _______ (expense) medium, and not all advertisers can afford to use it.

40. Newspapers are often the _______ (importance) form of news for a local community, and they develop a high degree of loyalty from local reader.

41. Using _______ (digit) printing, billboard companies can print a billboard in 2 hours, compared with 6 days previously.

42. Internet advertising will play a _______ (prominence) role in organizations' advertising in the near future.

43. We're now witnessing the emergence of a(n) _______ (advance) economy based on information and knowledge.

44. Global warming may or may not be the great _______ (environment) crisis of the 21st century.

45. The _______ (practice) solution is that if global warming is a potential disaster, the only solution is new technology.

46. Children have to learn to negotiate the world on their own, within _______ (reason) boundaries.

47. Gullotta says a _______ (health) man should visit the doctor every year or two. For those over 45, it should be at least once a year.

48. Diseases prevention is _______ (cheap) in the long run than having to treat it.

49. High-quality customer service is preached by many, but actually keeping customers happy is _______ (ease) said than done.

50. The results are hardly _______ (credit), he cannot believe they are accurate.

51. As a manager, Tiffany is _______ (response) for interviewing applicants for some of the positions with her company.

52. During one interview, she noticed that the candidate never made _______ (directly) eye contact.

53. An open mind about diversity not only improves organizations internally, it is _______ (profit) as well.

54. Expressing oneself in writing is one of the _______ (importance) skills I teach to strengthen the whole student.

55. Nowadays, a(n) _______ (increase) number of museums are admission-free to visitors home and abroad.

56. The most obvious problem is that it might give museums a very heavy _______ (economy) burden which directly impedes the sustainable development of these organizations.

57. Higher education has become a big and _______ (compete) business nowadays, and like so many businesses, it's gone global.

58. Before Michelle Obama ever gets the chance to commit to a cause as First Lady, her most _______ (urgency) duty may be simple to be herself.

59. The most _______ (popularity) leisure activity in Britain is going for a walk.

60. We need the wild world. It is _______ (essence) to our well-being, our health, our happiness.

61. The past 15 years or so have been a _______ (notice) period of improvement for food in England.

62. These _______ (tradition) dishes include fish and chips, steak and kidney pie and large pieces of roasted meats.

63. The popular notion that older people need less sleep than _______ (young) adults is a myth, scientists said yesterday.

64. Older people are more likely to suffer from _______ (break) sleep, while younger people are better at sleeping efficiently straight through the night.

65. Global warming is causing more than 300,000 deaths and about $125 billion in _______ (economy) losses each year.

66. Making _______ (ethic) decisions is a critical part of avoiding future problems.

67. In a _______ (health) relationship you don't have to agree about money, but you have to talk about it.

68. I don't think she is right, so her words of advice were _______ (waste) on me.

69. However, since so many people have began to take a _______ (casually) view of marriage, it is interesting to know that the cost of getting a divorce is lower.

70. He moved away from his parents and missed them too much to enjoy the _______ (excite) life in China.

71. The ideal companion machine would not only look, feel, and sound friendly but would also be programmed to behave in an _______ (agree) manner.

72. Apparently everyone knows that global warming only makes climate _______ (extremely).

73. This year's drought appears unlikely to cause a food crisis, as global rice and wheat supplies retain _______ (plenty).

74. A major difference between the Japanese and U.S workforces is that the Japanese workforce is _______ (product).

75. Historical particularism became a _______ (dominance) approach to the study of culture in American anthropology.

76. Why do you look so miserable? You never smile or look _______ (cheer).

77. In ancient Greece athletic festivals were very important and had strong _______ (religion) associations.

78. The larger the iceberg, the _______ (slow) it melts, even if it is towed through the tropics.

79. Nowadays advertising costs are no longer in _______ (reason) proportion to the total cost of the product.

80. It is _______ (good) to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees.

81. Our research has focused on a drug which is so _______ (power) as to be able to change brain chemistry.

82. According to a weather expert's prediction, the atmosphere will be 3℃ _______ (warm) in the year 2050 than it is today.

83. There are a number of familiar theories. Some argue that people are _______ (anxiety) and feel threatened by an inflow of new workers.

84. Bristol PLuS aims to boost students in an increasingly _______ (compete) job market by helping them acquire work and life skills alongside academic qualifications.

85. The risk of severe back problems and twisted or broken ankles is three times _______ (high) for a high heel wearer than for a flat shoe wearer.

86. Most people tend to think they are so efficient at their job that they are _______ (replace).

87. For a particular reason, he wanted the information to be treated as _______ (confidence).

88. Fortune-tellers are good at making _______ (ambiguously) statements such as “Your sorrows will change.”

89. Please don't dwell too much on the _______ (pain) memories. Everything will be all right.

90. The jobs of wildlife technicians and biologists seemed _______ (identity) to him, but one day he discovered their difference.

91. We couldn't really afford to buy a house so we got it on hire purchase and paid _______ (month) installments.

92. Foxes are officially classified as _______ (harm) and farmers try to keep their numbers down by shooting or poisoning them.

93. But this year supporters of fox hunting face a much _______ (big) threat to their sport.

94. In the Chinese household, grandparents and other relatives play _______ (dispense) roles in raising children.

95. Professor Hawking is acknowledged as one of the world's _______ (great) living physicists.

96. The twentieth century has witnessed an enormous worldwide political, economic and _______ (culture) transformation.

97. My brother's plans are very _______ (ambition), he wants to master English, French and Spanish before he is sixteen.

98. Things might have been much _______ (bad) if the mother had insisted on her right to keep the baby.

99. The statistical figures in that report are not _______ (accuracy). You should not refer to them.

100. War may be a _______ (nature) expression of biological instincts and drives toward aggression in the human species.


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