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问题:

请选择(10)处最佳答案( )。 A.upwardB.forwardC.afterwardD.backward

请选择(10)处最佳答案( )。

A.upward

B.forward

C.afterward

D.backward


  参考答案

正确答案:D
【考查重点】语义衔接/词汇辨析
【解题过程】本题目选择副词以表明逻辑关系。“we’ve left in the dust I.Q.wise”是定语从句,修饰the species。cast a glance at...意为“对……投以目光”;“leave sb. in the dust”是固定搭配,“将某人远远抛在后面”的意思;I.Q.wise是派生词,后缀wise表示方式,意为“在I.Q.方面”。这句话是说“该研究不是要我们对那些在智力方面已被人类远远抛在后面的物种投以悲怜的眼光。”人类看这些被抛在后面的物种,自然是往后看了,所以D. backward为正确选项,A. upward向上;B. forward向前;C. afterward 之后,后来(表时间);该三项均不符合题意。

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