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1.________, we had planned a tour of England but we didn't go in the end.

A. Slightly B. Originally C. Incredibly D. Conveniently

2.________, Chinese cuisine is served in shared plates, but now individual portions are recommended.

A. Gradually

B. Typically

C. Approximately

D. Occasionally

3.Although he did not do it _______, he definitely had some responsibility.

A. instantly B. deliberately C. accidentally D. casually

4.Hostels used to provide cheap accommodations for people under the age of 25. , hostels don't have any age requirements.

A. Nowadays B. Meanwhile C. However D. Therefore

5.We have to get the economy under control or it will ________ eat us up.

A. literally

B. normally

C. primitively

D. originally

6.Some countries could have been better prepared to fight the virus. Their leaders, _____, resisted calls for strict measures to contain it initially.

A. otherwise

B. besides

C. though

D. thus

7.What made them miss the deadline was not their lack of funding, but ______their lack of planning.

A. even

B. ever

C. rather

D. still

8.Though scientists get closer to understanding why we age, the reason for different aging rates among individuals remains only _______ understood.

A. concretely B. thoroughly C. vaguely D. flexibly

9.There is not much time left, but _______ we must get there in time.

A. somehow

B. somewhat

C. however

D. anyway

10.—I'm reading Cultural Perplexity in Agonized Travel by Yu Qiuyu these days.

—I like the book! It brings me to places I might not ________ have been either in thoughts or reality.

A. regardless

B. otherwise

C. therefore

D. anyhow

11.Asia's recent rise has not been the result of innovation given its population scale. ______, it has happened as part of a wave of globalization.

A. Nevertheless

B. Additionally

C. Rather

D. Alternatively

12.I can't thank you ____ much for the kindness, because without your help I couldn't have succeeded in the exam.

A. so

B. too

C. such

D. that

13.It wasn't a serious accident. The car was only ________damaged.

A. heavily

B. slightly

C. nearly

D. narrowly

14.After the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, people need to be helped _____.

A. vulnerably

B. tremendously

C. urgently

D. seriously

15.The peace agreement has at least _____ stopped the civil war.

A. temporarily B. steadily C. tentatively D. tensely

16.—What did you do to Jennifer? She is crying sadly.

—Perhaps, I ________ said something to offend her, but I meant no harm.

A. conservatively

B. abruptly

C. unconsciously

D. confidentially

17.—What are you going to do with the flaw in the vase?

—I can either send a new one to you by express mail or _____ compensate you at a reasonable price.

A. artificially B. accordingly C. alternatively D. consistently

18.President Xi Jinping's speech at the opening ceremony of the First China International Import Expo was ________ welcomed by participants at the event.

A. quietly B. frequently C. widely D. gradually

19.I knew a lot about the subject already, but her talk was interesting _____.

A. besides

B. otherwise

C. nevertheless

D. moreover

20.You can apply for a foreign university on the Internet by yourself, or ________ you can turn to a special agency which can do it for you.

A. appropriately

B. alternatively

C. additionally

D. apparently

21.The composition is all right; there is room for improvement, _________.

A. whatever

B. although

C. however

D. altogether

22.It is said the Great Wall the Warring States, is worth visiting.

A. dated from; much

B. dated from; well

C. dating from; much

D. dating from; well

23.I still remember my happy childhood when my mother take me to Disneyland at weekends.

A. might B. must C. would D. should

24.There is someone playing the guitar over there. Let's go and listen, shall we? Free entertainment, ________.

A. anyway

B. though

C. therefore

D. somehow

25.A dog's eating habit requires regular training before it is ___________ established.

A. properly

B. widely

C. originally

D. temporarily

26.With no shortage of gamers, China's e-sports industry ______ needs to fill positions in roles such as management, coaching and broadcasting.

A. frequently

B. deliberately

C. desperately

D. fundamentally

27.Having made his first film

earlier this year, he is ________ starting in a new one.

A. currently

B. actually

C. lately

D. recently

28.We have no idea why he left the company. Tom ________ knows the secret.

A. lonely

B. only

C. separately

D. alone

29.It was raining heavily. Little Mary felt cold so she stood ________ to her mother.

A. closely

B. closing

C. closed

D. close

30.In that factory, anyone who breaks the rules will be asked to leave ________.

A. in a spot

B. on the spot

C. spotlessly

D. suddenly

31.Two middle-aged passengers fell into the lake. , neither of them could swim.

A. Particularly B. Rarely C. Unfortunately D. Unconsciously

32.All color fades, ________ under the impact of direct sunlight.

A. especially B. eventually C. appropriately D. merely

33.Make sure you have your passport with you all the time in a foreign country, which would ________ cause trouble.

A. somehow

B. meanwhile

C. otherwise

D. anyway

34.You can choose not to forgive. ________ you can also choose to let it go.

A. Absolutely

B. Consequently

C. Subsequently

D. Alternatively

35.— Look! Mary is crazily looking for something again!

— , she can't find her keys.

A. Typically

B. Occasionally

C. Accordingly

D. Particularly

36.Due to the reform and opening­up, our living conditions, undoubtedly, have improved ________ over the past decades.

A. considerately

B. approximately

C. appropriately

D. considerably

37.The popularity of government posts has dropped in recent years, though the civil service jobs are still favored by the Chinese as they offer a ________ stable career.

A. relatively

B. regularly

C. roughly

D. rigidly

38.—You know, people have different opinions about the construction of the project.

—We welcome any comments from them, favorable or ________.

A. so

B. otherwise

C. else

D. rather

39.General Secretary Xi Jinping _____ clarified the policy that we Chinese unconditionally aid the developing countries in need, believe it or not, without any additional conditions.

A. apparently

B. absolutely

C. ambiguously

D. aggressively

40.The autobiography Becoming by Michelle Obama, _________ about her life in the White House, sold well once on the market.

A. definitely

B. essentially

C. initially

D. accurately

41.If you are invited to any special occasion such as a wedding or a celebration, you will have to be ________ dressed.

A. attractively

B. controversially

C. conventionally

D. appropriately

42.Though scientists get closer to understanding why we age, the reason for different aging rates among individuals remains only __________ understood.

A. concretely B. thoroughly C. vaguely D. flexible

43.Don't defend him anymore. It's obvious that he ___________ destroyed the fence of the garden even without apology.

A. accidentally

B. carelessly

C. deliberately

D. clumsily

44.result of your DNA and your upbringing.

A. vaguely

B. typically

C. literally

D. smartly

45.For all the failure of his business, he remains optimistic and ____untroubled by his problems.

A. hopefully

B. approximately

C. seemingly

D. frequently

46.David Phillips and Gwendolyn Barker believe there is a clear link between ______ medical errors and the arrival of new residents (实习医生).

A. definitely

B. deliberately

C. desperately

D. deadly

47.My dream ______ came true, because of his encouragement.

A. especially

B. eventually

C. frequently

D. gradually

48.Michelle Obama told the audience not to " let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great, that ____ we need to make it great again."

A. somehow

B. somewhat

C. somewhere

D. otherwise

49.She then took the little key, and opened it, trembling, but could not at first see anything ________, because the windows were shut.

A. plainly B. closely C. firmly D. frequently

50.More and more people tend to go to E-libraries in that they have access to books when they are unable to get to a library.

A. accidentally B. physically C. voluntarily D. appropriately






1. B 2. B 3. B 4. A 5. A 6. C 7. C 8. C 9. D 10. B 11. C 12. B 13. B 14. C

15. A 16. C 17. C 18. C 19. C 20. B 21. C 22. D 23. C 24. A 25. A 26. C 27. A

28. D 29. D 30. B 31. C 32. A 33. C 34. D 35. A 36. D 37. A 38. B 39. A 40. B

41. D 42. C 43. C 44. B 45. C 46. D 47. B 48. A 49.A 50.B