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    The oldest forms ofmedicine are enjoying a comeback. Modern holistic medicine is an approach thattreats the whole patient, not just the disease. It is a way to maintain goodhealth rather than cure illness. The most important influences on today’sholistic medicine are ancient Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurvedic medicine,both of which promoted whole body health.

    Holistic medicineusually combines diet, physical exercise and meditation, together with otheralternative techniques such as massage(按摩) and acupuncture(针炙).Herbal treatment, a practice of treating illness by using plants, is influencedby the writings of Culpeper as well as Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.Homeopathy(顺势疗法) is one of the forms of holistic medicine whichis widely practiced in Europe and the USA. Homeopathy began in Germany in theearly 1800s, when Samuel Hahnemann described how very tiny doses(剂量)of a drug had an effect on his patients. According to Hahnemann, the more thedrug was diluted(稀释), the stronger its effects. The substanceselected would produce similar effects to the disease itself if given in largedoses. In the UK homeopathy is regarded as a non-traditional but just aboutacceptable treatment.

    Meditation andcontemplation have an important role in holistic medicine. They were brought toEurope by Indian teachers who combined Indian Ayurvedic medicine with Westernbeliefs. Transcendental meditation(超脱静坐) is one of thebest known of these techniques. People repeat words inside their head to reacha state of deep relaxation.

    The holistic movementhas made many doctors look at the whole patient, not just the disease.Life-style, emotional problems and diet are just some of the factors that canaffect a person’s health. Holistic medicine emphasizes good diet, exercise andfresh air, all of which contribute to health. Some clinics now offer holisticmedicine along with traditional treatments, so that their patients can choose acombination of treatments that suits them. One problem with holistic medicineis that it is difficult for people to be sure a doctor is reliable. To solvethis, many countries want alternative doctors to form professional bodies.

    41.Modernholistic medicine centres upon        .

    A.curinga disease                                                        B.herbaltreatment

    C.continuousdevelopment                                 D.keeping patients healthy

    42.Whichof the following does NOT belong to holistic medicine?

    A.massage                                                                     B.meditation

    C.abalanced diet                                                   D.a knee operation

    43.Theprinciple of homeopathy is that        .

    A.thelarge doses of medicine that will not be harmful will take better effect

    B.thedisease will be cured sooner by taking larger doses of medicine

    C.asmall thinner dose of medicine will be more effective

    D.thedoses of medicine depend on how serious the illness is

    44.Whichof the following titles best sums up the passage?

    A.HolisticMedicine                                                      B.TraditionalMedicine Returns

    C.Historyof Medicine                                           D.Combination of Treatments Works

    45.Whatcan we infer from the passage?

    A.Relaxationis the key of holistic treatment.

    B.Holisticmedicine needs to become more trustworthy.

    C.Holistictreatment is more beneficial than traditional treatments.

    D.Holisticmedicine will become the most welcome treatment soon.

     



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    Mary’s house in Shanghai cost much more than ours inour hometown, though not half______.

    A.much bigger       B.as bigger          C.very big           D.so big

     



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     I wish I could_________ drinking but I can’t control myself.

    A. takeup      B. turn up      C.make up      D. give up

     



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    In Chinese _____, old people’s advice is ofgreat _____.

    A.values; values

    B.values; value

    C.value; value

    D.value; values

     



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    into the university was a great pleasure forhis whole family.

       A.Accepting          B. Toaccept      C. To beaccepted       D. Being accepted

     

     



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    ----Haveyou heard of Wang Meng?

      ----Yeah. She ______ have done better. She won China’s first gold medal at Turin.

    A. should      B.might     C. needn’t      D. couldn’t

     



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    Daban town is famous for girls andwindmills(风车),while Loulan is a myth(神话)in the desert. From Daban, we move to another ancient city, Loulan.

    Two thousand years ago, beside thebeautiful and rich Luobu Lake, there lay Loulan, ancient city on the Silk Road.Businessmen from every country gathered here and there were dancing parties.Everything shows that people in Loulan lived a rich life then.

    However, two thousand years later, thisrich land suddenly disappeared from the map of China. Then it became an areacovered with sand and dead tree trunks.

    Loulan was first “discovered” by a Swedishman Sven Hedin in 1900. People from America, Britain, Japan and Sweden, all setfoot here. Then in the 1930s, a Chinese named Huang Wenbi came to Loulan forthe first time. He visited and studied this area and found many relics thatwere beautifully and carefully made.

    It is recorded that the ancient city ofLoulan was the capital of Loulan Kingdom during the Han and Jin dynasties. Inthe past century many things have been dug out there including Han Dynastycoins, mirrors and many others from Greece and Rome. All these things show thata lot of business between East and West once took place there.

    Lying on the northwest of the Lop Nur area,the Loulan Kingdom is now a lifeless area with endless “forests” of mounds(小丘)which aren’t easily seen inother parts of the world. Its mystery (神秘) has been attracting so many people from so many countries.

    65. The first person to set foot in Loulanin the 20th century is       .

    A. aEuropean                B. an American

    C. anEnglishman             D. a Japanese

    66. Before Loulandisappeared,          .

    A. a lot of business between East and Westhad taken place there

    B. people from America and Japan had setfoot there

    C. a lifeless area with lots of moundscould easily be seen there

    D. Africans had visited the ancient country

    67. We can infer from the passagethat       .

    A. Loulan was destroyed by the terribleweather there

    B. wars between dynasties made Loulandisappear

    C. foreigners came to Loulan and destroyedit

    D. how Loulan disappeared is still unknownto us

    68. What makes so many people visit LoulanKingdom?

    A. The beautiful scenery there.

    B. Its developed business in the past.

    C. Its mysterious stories

    D. Those buried treasures there

     



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    Barack Obama’s victory is a historicvictory and    that promised change and overcame centuries ofprejudice.

    A.one

    B.it

    C.the one

    D.that

     



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    With only about 1, 000 pandasleft in the world, China is desperately trying to clone the animal and save theendangered species. That’s a move similar to what a TexasA & M University researchers have been undertaking for the past five yearsin a project called “Noah’sArk”.

    Noah’sArk is aimed at collecting eggs, embryos(胚胎), semen and DNA of endangered animals andstoring them in liquid nitrogen. If certain species should become extinct, Dr.Duane Kraemer, a professor in Texas A & M’sCollege of Veterinary Medicine, says there would be enough of the basicbuilding blocks to reintroduce the species in the future.

    It is estimated that as many as2, 000 species of mammals, birds, reptiles will become extinct in over 100years. The panda, native only to China, is in danger of becoming extinct in thenext 25 years.

    This week, Chinese scientistssaid they grew an embryo by introducing cells from a dead female panda into theegg cells of a Japanese white rabbit. They are now trying to implant the embryointo a host animal. The entire procedure could take from three to five years tocomplete.

    “The nuclear transfer of one species to another is not easy, andthe lack of available(capable of being used) panda eggs could be a majorproblem,” Kraemer believes. “Theywill probably have to do several hundred transfers to result in one pregnancy (havinga baby). It takes a long time and it’s difficult, but this could begroundbreaking science if it works. They are certainly not putting any livepandas at risk, so it is worth the effort,”adds Kraemer, who is one of the leaders of the Project at Texas A & M, thefirst-ever attempt at cloning a dog.

    “They are trying to do something that’snever been done, and this is very similar to our work in Noah’s Ark. We’re both trying to save animalsthat face extinction. I certainly appreciate their effort and there’s a lot we can learn from what they are attempting to do. It’s a research that is very much needed.”

    1. The aim of “Noah’s Ark” project is to _______.

    A. make efforts to clone theendangered pandas  B. save endangered animals from dying out

    C. collect DNA of endangeredanimals to study   D. transfer the nuclear of one animal to another

    2. According to Professor Kraemer, the majorproblem in cloning pandas would be the lack of _______.

    A. available panda eggs B. hostanimals    C. qualified researchers    D. enoughmoney

    3.The best title for the passage may be_______.

    A. China’sSuccess in Pandas Cloning           B.The First Cloned Panda in the World

    C. Exploring the Possibility toClone Pandas   D. China —the Native Place of PandasForever

    4.From the passage we know that _______.

    A. Kraemer and his team havesucceeded in cloning a dog

    B. scientists try to implant apanda’s egg into a rabbit

    C. Kraemer will work with Chinesescientists in clone researches

    D.about two thousand of species will probably die out in a century

     



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     — What are you reading, Tom?

      — I’m notreally reading, just ___ the pages.

    A. turning off     B.turning around    C. turning over     D.turning up

     



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