306.latent/potential : manifest潜在的:清楚的
(1)Jamal found the movie stubs lying on the counter to be__ evidence that his friends had gone to the cinema without him; it was unquestionable that they had seen Spiderman.
(2) The opossum is___ the venom of snakes in the rattlesnake subfamily and thus views the reptiles not as__ enemies but as a food source.
A. vulnerable to, natural
B. conscious of, mortal
C. impervious to, lethal
D. sensitive to, deadly
E. defenseless against, potential
(3) She kept her late parents’ furniture, not for any__ value it had, but for purely___ reasons.
A. potential, monetary
B. ornamental, aesthetic
C. financial, pecuniary
D. intrinsic, sentimental
E. personal, accidental
(4) The archaeologist believed the coin she unearthed was ------- evidence,unquestionable proof that the site dated to the fourth century.
(A) immaterial (B) potential (C) incriminating (D) nominal (E) indisputable
(5) The damage caused by the rampant corruption was ------: the company’s reputation was nearly ------- before anyone realized it was having an effect.
(A) manifest … eradicated
(B) nefarious … polarized
(C) insidious … destroyed
(D) methodical … amalgamated
(E) obvious … stagnated
(6)The severe structural damage caused by the corrosion occurred in such___ manner that the ultimate___ of the building came as a complete surprise.
(A) a manifest, eradication
(B) a nefarious, polarization
(C) an insidious, destruction
(D) a methodical, amalgamation
(E) an obvious, stagnation
insidious是前面讲义中没有提到过的单词 insidious：beguiling but harmful 隐伏但是有危害
307.lavish: impecunious 过分丰富的:贫穷的
308.laze: travail 懒散:辛勤劳动 travail (vail努力)
309.legendary: obscure 有名的，传说中的:无名的