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2019青浦区一模完形填空Michael Wang was a senior at James Logan

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Michael Wang was a senior at James Logan High School, US, back in 2012. According to The New Yorker, he was confident that he could get into an Ivy League university, such as Harvard or Yale. He had a high GPA, ___41___ at debating and co-founded a math club. He was also a talented pianist. ____42___, his dream universities turned him down. His less talented classmates, who were Hispanic or African-American, were admitted into these schools. It made him wonder if he was ____43___ because he was Asian.
On Oct 15, a lawsuit against Harvard brought on behalf of Asian-American students like Wang Began. students for Fair Admissions(SFFA),a US non-profit organization. 44 Harvard for using racial balancing in their admissions process. Harvard has denied the 45 considers many factors whether a student should be admitted, including academic performance and extracurricular activities . Harvard added that the number of Asian-Americans admitted to the school had greatly increased since 2010.”Race alone is never the reason a students 47 admission, ”William Lee, a lawyer for Harvard, told the guardian. ”And race is never the reason a student is denied.”
Harvard is not the only university to have been accused of 48 against Asian-Americans. In September, the US Justice Department begin to 49 whether Yale University discriminates against Asian-Americans, The case has 50 a longstanding debate over affirmative action policies(平均法案政策) that allow universities to use race as a factor when considering applications. The policies51 benefit African-American and latino students in an effort to make up for centuries of racial discrimination, according to THE NEW YORK Times, the SFFA wants the use of race in the admissions process to be ended,52 that it causes inequality.”People should be judged on character a and 53,”However,in a student, Havard said that 54 the race criterion would “reduce students’ opportunities to live and learn in a diverse campus environment”.
Although the case has just begun, the 55 judgement” could influence admissions to US universities for years to come,” according to AI Jaxeera, a Qatar _based TV station

41.A.crazy B. amazed C . gifted D. slow
42.A.Besides B. Fortunately C. Undoubtedly D. However
43.A.rejected B. dismissed C. enclosed D. stopped
44.A.trapped B. oppressed C. sued D. blamed
45.A.charge B. mistake C. claim D. compaint
46.Aconforming B. determining C. acknowledging D. surveying
47.A.robbed B. granted C. entitled D .convinced
48.A.preference B. favor C. opposition D. discrimination
49.A.investigate B. research C. wonder D. inquire
50.A.preference B. infected C. fueled D. brought
51.AnecessarilyBequally C. traditionally D. unintentionally
52.AconsiderBdebatingCannoyingDarguing
53.AacaedemiceBstength C. benefit D moralities
54.AdroppingB.setting C. implementing D. imposing
54.A.official B. existent C. gradual D. eventual
答案 41-55 CDACA BBDAC CDBAD

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