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A.It is a Spanish soup
C.To make it thicker.
B.It is mainly made of vegetables.
D.It comes from a special kind of pig.
C.They do not make decent gifts.
A.They go well with different kinds of food.
C.It is ltaly's most famous type of red wine.
B.Decoding secret message.
D.They heiped the U.S.army in World War Tw
A.A military code that was never broken.
C.A lot of knowledge-intensive jobs will be replaced.
D.In the personal care sector.
B.They charge high prices.
D.The tremendous changes new technology will bring to people's lives.
C.it linked a stone pit to some water-Wavs
B.saws used for cutting stone
A.to provide services for the stone pit.Lecture
B.Dr.Gong slipped in needles where he felt no pain
D.previous medical treatments failed to relieve his pain
C.more and more patients ask for the treatment
B.they quarreled a lot and never resolved their argument
C .Neither of them has any sisters and brothers
A.They tend to be self-assured and responsible
D.they tend to be well adjusted
匹配题1 Food-as-MedicineMovement is witnessing progress
36.Morethan half of the food Americans eat is factory-produced
37.Thereis a special program that assigns doctors to give advice to shoppers in foodstores.
38.Thereis growing evidence from research tha food helps patients recover from various illnesses
39.Ahealthy breakfast can be prepared quickly and easily
40.Traininga patient to prepare healthy food can change their life
41.Onefood-as-medicine program not only prescribes food for treatment but teachespatients
42.Scottis not keen on cooking food herself thinking it would simply be a waste of time
43.Diabetespatierts are advised to eat more plant-based food
44.Usingfood as medicine is no rovel idea but the movement is making headway these days
45.Americanshigh rates of various illnesses result from the way they eat
匹配题2 Isit really OK to eat food that's fallen on the floor
36-40FCLEA 41-45 NMDKH
36.Aresearch project found bacteria made their way to the food on the floor in fiveseconds
37.Whetherfood is contaminated depends much on the number of bacteria that get onto it.
38.Foodcontamination may result from various factors other than food dropping on thefloor
39.Malesare less likely than females to eat food that may have been contaminated
40.Theauthor's research centers around how food gets contaminated
41.Keepingeverything clean is the best way to stay healthy
42.Chancesare you will not fall sick because of eating food picked up from the floor
43.Fora long time people have had the experience of deciding whether or not to eatfood picked up from the floor
44.Somestrains of bacteria are so harmful that a tiny few can have deadly consequences
45.Researchersfound how many bacteria got into the food did not have much to do with how longthe food stayed on a contaminated floor.
匹配题3 Howa poor abandoned parislan boy became a top chef
36.Caremewas among the first cheis who stressed both the appearance and flavor ofdishes.
37Careme wanted to show to later senerations that French chefs of his time weremost world.
38Careme benefited greatly from serving a French diplomat and his connections.
39.Caremelearned his trade from a famous dessert chef in Paris.
40.Careme'screative works were exhibited in the shop windows by his master.
41.Careme'sknowledge of art and architecture helped him create extraordinary desserts outof
42.Manypeople in Paris were eager to have a look at the latest sweet food made by Care
43.Caremebecame extremely wealthy by cooking for rich and socially ambitious families.
44.Careme'swriting dealt with fundamental cooking principles in a systematic way
45.Careme'scontribution to French cooking was revolutionary
46.How could california's drought crisis besolved according to some researchers?
答案：B-By drawing water from the depths of the earth
47.What can be infered about extractingwater from deep aquifers?
答案：B-It was not considered worth the expense
48.What is mentioned as a consequence ofextracting water from deep underground?
答案：A-The sinking of land surface
49.What does the author say about deepwells?
答案：D-They provide a steady supply of freshwater
50.What may happen when deep aquifers areused as water sources?
答案：C-The cost may go up due to desalination.
51.What does the author want to show withthe example of AlphaGo's victory?
答案：D-Computers can become highly inteligence
52.What does the author mean by AI machinesacting ethically?
答案：C-They make sensible decisions when facing moral dilemmas.
53.What is said to be the bigger challengesfacing humans in the Al age?
答案：B-How to ensure that super-intelligent AI machines act ethically.
54.What do we learn about Mlicrosoft's'chatbot' Taylor?
答案：A-She could not distinguish good from bad.
55.What does Eric Schmidt think ofartificial intelligence?
答案：D-It will be here to stay whatever the outcome.
46.What do we learn trom a newly publishedstudy about cats?
答案：C-They have a natural ablity to locate animals they hunt.
47.What may account for the cats'responseto the noise from the containers?
答案：D-Their mastery of cause and effect
48.What is characteristic of the way catshunt,according to the Japanese researchers?
答案：B-They rely mainly on their hearing.
49.In what way do babies behave like cats?
答案：A-They focus on what appears odd.
50.What can we conclude about cats from thepassage?
答案：B-They interact with the physical world much like humans.
51.What would be the impact of theextensive use of driverless cars?
答案：A-People would be driving in a more civilized way.
52.How would the elderly and the disabledbenefit from driverless cars?
答案：A--They could enjoy greater mobility.
53.What would be the negative impact ofdriverless cars?
答案：D-Numerous professional drivers would have to find new ways ofearning a living.
54.What is the result of the introductionof new technoloqies in energy industries?
答案：B-Retaining of employees.
55.What does the author suggest businessesand the govemment do?
答案：C-Enable everyone to benefit from new technologies.
46.For what reason may your friends feelreluctant to visit your home?
答案：A--The security camera installed may intrude into their privacy
47.What does Lizzie Post say is newterritory?
答案：D-Etiquette around home security cameras.
48.What is Lizzie Post mainly discussingwith regard to the use of home security cameras?
答案：C-lLikes and dislikes of individuals.
49.What is a host's responsibilityregarding security cameras,according to Lizzie Post?
答案：A-Making their guests feel at ease.
50.In what way can the home security camerabenefit visitors to your home?
答案：B-It can prove their innocence.
51.Why is PepsiCo making a policy change?
答案：C-to satisfy the growing needs for healthy foods.
52.What does PepsiCo think it will have todo in the future?
答案：D--Keep on improving its products.
53.Why does PepsiCo plan to alter itsproducts.according to Indra Nooyi?
答案：A-To ensure the company's future development
54.What does Indra Nooyi say about theobesity epidemic?
答案：C-it is attributable to people's changed lifestyles.
55.What has PepsiCo beon doing to achioveits objective?
答案：B-Increasing its research funding.