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I. Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with a suitable word.

Elizabeth Blackwell was born in England in 1821, and ....................... (1) to America when she was ten years old. She was the first woman to ....................... (2) a medical degree. Getting that ....................... (3)was not easy at all. She applied to twenty nine medical schools and was always refused ....................... (4) at that time, only men was admitted to ....................... (5) schools. But she never gave ....................... (6). She studied privately with a doctor ....................... (7) three years. Then she ....................... (8) to all the medical schools again. This ....................... (9), in 1847, the medical institute of Geneva New York ....................... (10) her.

However, ....................... (11) Elizabeth began attending classes, the students often treated her unkindly. Also, at first she was even stopped ....................... (12) some of the classrooms demonstrations. Nevertheless, she ....................... (13) stepped back. In 1853, after further study, Elizabeth Blackwell opened the New York institute ....................... (14) women and children. Later, she added medical college for women ....................... (15) that they could also become doctors.

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I. Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with a suitable word.

Elizabeth Blackwell was born in England in 1821, and ............emigrated........... (1) to America when she was ten years old. She was the first woman to .............receive.......... (2) a medical degree. Getting that ............degree........... (3)was not easy at all. She applied to twenty nine medical schools and was always refused ...........all............ (4) at that time, only men was admitted to ..........those............. (5) schools. But she never gave .............up.......... (6). She studied privately with a doctor ...........for............ (7) three years. Then she ...........applied............ (8) to all the medical schools again. This ...........time............ (9), in 1847, the medical institute of Geneva New York .............accepted.......... (10) her.

However, ...........since............ (11) Elizabeth began attending classes, the students often treated her unkindly. Also, at first she was even stopped ...........from............ (12) some of the classrooms demonstrations. Nevertheless, she ............never........... (13) stepped back. In 1853, after further study, Elizabeth Blackwell opened the New York institute ............for........... (14) women and children. Later, she added medical college for women ............so........... (15) that they could also become doctors.

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