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单项选择(20 分) 16. He bought a knife and fork ________. A. to eat B. to eat with C. for eating D. to eat by 17. The little village which lies __________ the railway for 20 miles is ___________ the great man was born. A. off; where B. at; when C. to; how D. by; why 18. The window which hasn’t been cleaned for at least 3 weeks requires ____. Who’d like to take the job? A. to clean B. cleaning C. cleaned D. being cleaned 19. Everyone present at the meeting agreed to stick to the _____ that everyone should be treated fairly. A. purpose B. ambition C. principle D. level 20. After the war, that country _______ their defense works in case of the next unexpected attack. A. raised B. strengthened C. increased D. powered 21. Great efforts have been ____to improve people’s living conditions in China in the past two years. A. got B. won C. made D. did 22. When he came back with plenty of money, his father ______ three days before. A. had died B. was dead C. died D. had been dead 23. The fire was finally ______ after the building had ______ for two hours. A. put off; caught fire B. put away; been on fire C. put out; caught fire D. put out; been on fire 24. He did everything he could _______ the old man. A. to save B. save C. saving D saved 25.—Shall I give you a hand with this as you are so busy now? —Thank you.__________ A. Of course you can B. If you like C. it’s up to you D. It couldn’t be better 26. Everyone has periods in their lives _____ everything seems very hard. A. when B. where C. which D. that 27. When he heard the news, he hurried home,______ the book ______ on the desk. A. leaving; lying open B. to leave; lying open C. left; lying open D. leaving; lying opened 28. Who do you think he would _____ a letter of congratulation to our monitor? A. have written B. have to write C. have write D. have been writing 29. Taiyuan, _____ in the centre of Shanxi province is a most beautiful city. A. located B. to locate C. locate D. locating 30. I was told that there were about 50 foreign students _____Chinese in the school, most____were from Germany. A. study, of whom B. study, of them C. studying, of them D. studying, of whom 31. Hurricane brought down a great number of houses, _____ thousands of people homeless. A. to make B. making C. made D. having made 32. We need clean air, but _____, air pollution is generally present, especially in cities. A. fortunately B. strangely C. sadly D. hopefully 33. I feel greatly honoured _____ the chance to speak here. I’m feeling very excited. A. to give B. to be giving C. to have been given D. to have given 34._____ two children attending college, the parents have to work really hard to make the ends meet. A. From B. For C. Of D. With 35. — Sorry to have hurt you the other day. — _____, but don’t do it again. A. Forget it B. Don’t mention it C. Don’t worry D. With pleasure I. 完型填空(20 分)

Perhaps the most interesting person I have ever met is an Italian professor of philosophy who teaches at the University of Pisa. all, I respected his 36 38 I last met this man eight years ago, I have not forgotten his 37 qualities. First of

to teaching. Because his lectures were always well-prepared and clearly delivered, 39 what he taught Further more, 41 as oil

students crowded into his classroom. His followers liked the fact that he he could be counted on to explain his ideas in an paintings, music, and guest lecturers. Once he clear. them 43 44 40 42

way, introducing such aids (辅助) to

sang a song in class in order to make a point

, I admired the fact that he would talk to students outside the classroom or talk with the telephone. Drinking coffee in the cafe, he would easily make friends with students. Sometimes

he would variety of for 48

45 a student to a game of chess (国际象棋) 47


he would join student groups to discuss a

: agriculture, diving and mathematics. Many young people visited him in his office 49 by his lively sense 51 at least 54 that

on their studies; others came to his home for social evenings. Finally, I was 50

of humor. He believed that no lesson is a success one loud

, during it, the students and the professor 53

52 . Through his sense of humor, he made learning more 55

and more lasting, If it is

life makes a wise man smile and a foolish man cry, 36. A. Although 37. A. basic 38. A. attention 39. A. insisted on 40. A. imaginative 41. A. listening 42. A. also 43. A. Later 44. A. with 45. A. invite B. When B. special B. introduction B. talked about B. ordinary B. understanding B. nearly B. Secondly B. by B. lead C. Even if C. common C. relation C. believed in C. opposite

my friend is indeed a wise man. D. Now that D. particular D. devotion D. agreed with D. open D. discovery

C. information C. even C. However C. from C. prefer

D. only D. Therefore D. on D. show D. In general

46. A. As a matter of fact 47. A. questions 48. A. support 49. A. disturbed 50. A. for 51. A. hear 52. A. laugh

B. Later on

C. Other times

B. subjects B. explanation B. moved B. until B. suggest B. cry

C. matters C. experience C. attracted C. since C. share C. shout

D. contents D. advice D. defeated D. unless D. demand D. question

53. A. helpful 54. A. natural 55. A. so

B. enjoyable B. normal B. for

C. practical C. hopeful C. then

D. useful D. true D. yet

IV.阅读理解(30 分) A One evening after dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Tisich called a family meeting. ―We’ve had to make a difficult decision,‖ Mr. Tisich announced. ―You see, your mother has been offered a post as co -director of a television station in Chicago. Unfortunately, the station is not here. After thinking long and hard about it, we’ve concluded that the right decision is to move to Chicago.‖ Marc looked shocked, while his sister Rachel breathlessly started asking when they’d be moving. ―It’s surprising, but exciting!‖ she said. Marc simply said, ―We can’t go—I can’t leave all my friends. I’d rather stay here and live with Tommy Lyons!‖ The Tisichs hoped that by the time they moved in August, Marc would grow more accustomed to the idea of leaving. However, he showed no signs of accepting the news, refusing to pack his belongings. When the morning of the move arrived, Marc was nowhere to be found. His parents called Tommy Lyons’ house, but Mrs. Lyons said she hadn’t seen Marc. Mrs. Tisich became increasingly concerned, while her husband felt angry with their son for behaving so irresponsibly. What they didn’t know was that Marc had started walking over to Tommy’s house, with a faint idea of hiding in Lyons’ attic(阁楼) for a few days. But something happened on the way as Marc walked past all the familiar landscape of the neighborhood: the fence that he and his mother painted, the tree that he and his sister used to climb, the park where he and his father often took evening walks together. How much would these mean without his family, who make them special in the first place? Marc didn’t take the time to answer that question but instead hurried back to his house, wondering if there were any moving cartons( 纸板箱)the right size to hold his record collection. 56. The conflict in this story was caused by___________. A. Marc and Rachel’s different tempers B. a quarrel between Tommy Lyons and Marc C. Marc’s disagreement with his parents about their move D. Mr. and Mrs. Tisich’s remark of Marc’s irresponsibility 57. Marc and Rachel’s reactions to the move were similar in the way that both were____________ A. surprised C. anxious for more details B. angry and upset D. worried about packing

58. The reason for Marc’s going home was that _________________. A. he did not want to be left behind B. he realized his family was essential to him

C. he hoped to reach an agreement with his parents D. he wished to be a more responsible person

59. What would most likely happen next? A. Marc would bring his records over to the Lyons’s house. C. Marc would join his family for house moving. B. Mr. and Mrs. Tisich would call the police.

D. Mr. and Mrs. Tisich would start searching for Marc. B

Answer the following questions by using the information taken from a dictionary page. ( You may read the questions first.) jaguar n. a type of large, yellow-colored cat with black markings found in the southern region of the U.S. and in Central and South America. jargon 1 n. speech that doesn’t make sense. 2 n. an unknown language that seems strange or impossible to understand. 3 n. a language made up of two or more other languages: His jargon was a mixture of French and English. 4 n. the special vocabulary of a field or profession: Her report on computers was filled with jargon. jaunt 1 n. a trip taken for fun. 2 v. to go on a brief pleasant trip: We jaunted to the country last Saturday. javelin 1 n. a spear most commonly used as a weapon or in hunting. 2 n. a light-weight metal or wooden spear that is thrown in track-and-field contests. 3 n. the contest in which a javelin is thrown. 4 v. to strike, as with a javelin. jazz 1 n. a type of music that originated in New Orleans and is characterized by rhythmic beat. 2 n. popular dance music influenced by jazz. 3 n. slang empty talk. 4 adj. of or like jazz: a jazz band, jazz records. jennet n. a small Spanish horse.

60. Which meaning of the word javelin is used in the sentence below? At the competition, Jack drew his arm back and threw the javelin 50 yards. A. Definition 1 B. Definition 2 C. Definition 3 D. Definition 4

61. Which meaning of the word jargon is used in the sentence below? Doctors often speak in medical jargon. A. Definition 1 B. Definition 2 C. Definition 3 D. Definition 4

62. What does the word jazz mean in the following sentence? Don’t give me that jazz, for I am a practical person. A. rhythmic beats C. a kind of dance B. a type of music D. meaningless talk C Deserts are found where there is little rainfall or where rain for a whole year falls in only a few weeks' time. Ten inches of rain may be enough for many plants to survive if the rain is spread throughout the year, If it falls,

within one or two months and the rest of the year is dry, those plants may die and a desert may form. Sand begins as tiny pieces of rock that get smaller and smaller as wind and weather wear them down. Sand dunes are formed as winds move the sand across the desert. Bit by bit, the dunes grow over the years, always moving with the winds and changing the shape. Most of them are only a few feet tall, but they can grow to be several hundred feet high. There is, however, much more to a desert than sand. In the deserts of the southwestern United States, cliffs and deep valleys were formed from thick mud that once lay beneath a sea more than millions of years ago. Over the centuries, the water dried up. Wind, sand, rain, heat and cold all wore away at the remaining rocks. The faces of the desert mountains are always changing—very, very slowly—as these forces of nature continue to work on the rock. Most deserts have a surprising variety of life. There are plants, animals and insects that: have adapted to life in the desert. During the heat of the day, a visitor may see very few signs of living things, but as the air begins to cool in the evening, the desert comes to life. As the sun begins to rise again in the sky, the desert once again becomes quiet and lonely. 60. Many plants may survive in deserts when___________. A. the rain is spread out in a year C. there is little rain in a year B. the rain falls only in a few weeks D. it is dry all the year round

61. Sand dunes are formed when___________. A. sand piles up gradually C. the sea has dried up over the years B. there is plenty of rain in a year D. pieces of rock get smaller

62. The underlined sentence in the third paragraph probably means that in a desert there is____________. A. too much sand C. nothing except sand B. more sand than before D. something else besides sand

63 It can be learned from the text that in a desert____________. A. there is no rainfall throughout the year C. all sand dunes are a few feet high B. life exists in rough conditions

D. rocks are worn away only by wind and heat D

When we walk through the city, we all experience a kind of information overload but we pay attention only to those that are important to us. We don’t stop, we keep our faces expressionless and eyes straight ahead, and in doing so, we are not just protecting ourselves but are avoiding overloading other people as well. We make use of stereotypes (刻板的模式) as convenient ways to make quick judgements about situations and people around us. They may not always be accurate, and they can often be dangerously wrong, but they are used regularly.

The problem with the stereotypes is that they restrict experience. By using limited clues to provide us with a rapid opinion of other people or places we may choose to limit our communication. We may decide not to go to certain places because we believe they will not offer something we enjoy. In the city, styles of dress are particularly important with regard to self-presentation. Different groups often use clearly identifiable styles of clothes so that they can be easily recognized. It is becoming increasingly common for brand names to be placed on the outside of clothes, and this labeling makes it easy to send out information about fashion and price instantly, and lets others tell at a distance whether an individual has similar tastes and is a suitable person to associate with. In England, where social grouping or class continues to make social distinctions (区分) , clothes, hairstyles, people’s pronunciation and the manner of speaking are all clues to our social group. Class distinctions tend to be relatively fixed, although in the city where greater variety is permitted, they are more likely to be secondary determining factors of friendship and association. 67. People walking in cities ignore the surroundings because __________. A. they do not wish to talk to other people C.the environment is already familiar to them B。everyone else is expressionless D. there is too much information to take in

68. According to the passage, the main disadvantage of using stereotypes is that they __________. A. are likely to lead us into dangerous situations C.can rarely be relied on B。may make us miss some pleasant experience

D。 make us mentally lazy

69. From the passage we may conclude that _________. A. stereotypes can help to understand people fully B.people are becoming more interested in fashion C.dressing can send messages about individuals

D.stereotypes can do more harm than good to people 70. It would appear that in England, a person’s class __________. A. might be less important in making friends in a city C.plays less of a role than it did in the past B。is mainly determined by his pronunciation something that can be changed easily

II. Multiple choice: 20% 21. —Could I ask you a rather personal question? —________. A. Yes, don’t worry B. Yes, help yourself C. Of course, go ahead D. Of course, why not 22. There have been several new events ________ to the program for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. A. add B. to add C. adding D. added 23. After the operation, the player has done more exercises to _______ his strength. A. rise B. improve C. increase D. raise 24. With everything she need _______ , she left the shopping mall happily. A. being bought B. bought C. to buy D. buy 25. — Have you known Dr. Jackson for a long time? —Yes, since she ______ the Chinese Society. A. has joined B. joins C. had joined D. joined

—Have you ________ some new ideas? —Yeah. I’ll tell you later. A. come about B. come into C. come up with D. come out with 27. Every minute should be made good use of ________ hard. A. studying B. having studied C. being studied D. to study 28. Judy is going to marry the sailor she in Rome last year. A. meets B. met C. has met D. would meet 29. We’re __________ to listen to her __________ voice. It’s __________ to hear her sing. A. pleased; pleasant; a pleasure B. pleasing; pleasant; pleasure C. pleased; pleasing; pleasure D. pleasing; pleased; a pleasure 30. The practice of hanging clothes across the street is a common ________ in many parts of the city. A. look B. scene C. sight D. view 31. The discovery of new evidence (证据) led to __________. A. the thief having caught C. the thief being caught B. catch the thief D. the thief to be caught 32. The house rent is expensive. I’ve got about half the space I had at home and I’m paying _______ here. A. much as three times B. three times as much C. as three times much D. as much three times 33. —______ you ______ him around the museum yet? —Yes. We had a great time there. A. Have … shown B. Do … show C. Had … shown D. Did … show 34. I _______in London for many years,but I’ve never regretted my final decision to move back to China. A. lived B. was living C. have lived D. had lived 35. Kathy______ a lot of Spanish by playing with the native buys and girls. A. picked up B. took up C. made up D. turned up 36. At the meeting they discussed three different _______ to the study of mathematics. A.approaches B.means C.methods D.ways 37. I ________ ping-pong quite well, but I haven’t had time to play since the new year. A. played B. will play C. have played D. play 38. It is because a certain virus has _______ the operating system that the computer doesn’t work. A. broken up B. broken out C. broken down D. broken away 39. As time ______ by, we became best friends. A. passing B. passed C. to pass D.having passed 40. _____ can be done ______ been done. A. All; have B. All that; have C. All; has D. All that; has Ⅲ . Cloze 20% Roberta appeared on the stage. She took a deep breath and began to 41 . Now she was Portia, a strong–willed 42 in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. The theater was filled with people. She was speaking with a power she had never before experienced, the words flowing 43 from her. 44 , Roberta had never acted in her life before the audition (选拔试演). She 45 being in front of other people. She was very 46 at school. She had never thought she was good enough at anything to 47 much attention. She stayed mostly to herself, making 48 friends. She had excellent grades, 49 she always thought that something was missing. Two weeks before the audition, Robertsa’s mother had heard about it and 50 her to join in. ―I can’t think of anyone else better suited to 51 the part. Remember all the plays you used to act out for us?‖ Her mother wouldn’t let the 52 drop. ―You’re just a little scared (害怕) .Everyone gets scared. You know you 53 do it. The trick is to look past the 54 to find the love of what you’re doing.’’ So Roberta had made an appointment (预约) with the head of the Drama Club. She had read the play and found herself excited by the 55 of speaking such rich words. In secret she practiced Portia’s part, 56 the lines by repeating them over and over. It wasn ’t hard; she 57 every minute of it. Every time she spoke the words, she had a new 58 of the lines, as if Shakespeare had written Portia on many levels. 26.

On the day of the audition, she 59 two of Portia’s famous speeches for the auditors. When she had finished, the head of the Drama Club announced the 60 was hers.
41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. A. sing A. member A. weakly A. At first A. hated A. honest A. avoid A. few A. or A. forced A. accept A. role A. can A. anger A. purpose A. memorizing A. disliked A. consideration A. practiced A. part B. dance B. actress B. rapidly B. In fact B. enjoyed B. shy B. focus B. a few B. so B. requested B. play B. matter B. must B. pain B. way B. organizing B. loved B. description B. planned B. play C. speak C. player C. smoothly C. After all C. appreciated C. polite C. pay C. several C. for C. encouraged C. offer C. interest C. may C. sadness C. idea C. checking C. expected C. selection C. performed C. speech D. report D. character D. slowly D. In all D. regretted D. patient D. attract D. many D. but D. reminded D. learn D. grade D. should D. fear D. importance D. improving D. bore D. understanding D. delivered D. position

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Lying in the sun on a rock, the cougar(美洲豹)saw Jeb and his son, Tom before they saw it. Jeb put his bag down quickly and pulled his jacket open with both hands, making himself look big to the cougar, It worked. The cougar hesitated, ready to attack Jeb, but ready to forget the whole thing, too. Jeb let go of his jacket, grasped Tom and held him across his body, making a cross. Now the cougar’s enemy looked even bigger, and it rose up, ready to move away, but unfortunately Tom got scared and struggled free of Jeb. ―Tom, no‖ shouted his father. But Tom broke and ran and that’s the last thing you do with a cougar. The second Tom broke free, Jeb threw himself on the cougar, just as it jumped from the rock. They hit each other in mid-air and both fell. The cougar was on Jeb in a flash, forgetting about Tom, which was what Jeb wanted. Cougars are not as big as most people think and a determined man stands a chance, even with just his fists. As the cougar’s claws(爪子)got into his left shoulder, Jeb swung his fist at its eyes and hit hard. The animal howled(吼叫)and put its head back. Jeb followed up with his other fist. Then out of the corner of his eye, Jeb saw Tom. The boy was running back to help his father. ―Knife, Tom, ‖ shouted Jeb. The boy ran to his father’s bag, while Jeb started shouting as well as hitting, to keep the cougar’s attention away from Tom. Tom got the knife and ran over to Jeb. The cougar was moving its head in and out, trying to find a way through the wall Jeb was making out of his arms. Tom swung with the knife, into the cougar’s back. It howled horribly and ran off into the mountains. The whole fight had taken about thirty seconds. 61.Why did Jeb pull his jacket open when he saw the cougar? A. To get ready to fight B. To frighten it away C. To protect the boy D. To cool down 62. What do we know about cougars? A. They are afraid of noises B. They hesitate before they hit C. They are bigger than we think D. They like to attack running people 63.How did Jeb try to hold the cougar’s attention?

A. By keeping shouting and hitting B. By making a wall out of his arms C. By throwing himself on the cougar D. By swinging his fists at the cougar’s eyes 64.Which of the following happened first? A. The cougar jumped from the rock B. Tom struggled free of his father C. Jeb asked Tom to get the knife D. Jeb held Tom across his body

I recently turned fifty, which is young for a tree, midlife for an elephant, and ancient for a sportsman. Fifty is a nice number for the states in the US or for a national speed limit but it is not a number that I was prepared to have hung on me. Fifty is supposed to be my father’s age, but now I am stuck with this number and everything it means. A few days ago, a friend tried to cheer me up by saying, ― Fifty is what forty used to be .‖He had made an inspirational point. Am I over the hill ?People keep telling me that the hill has been moved, and I keep telling them that the high-jump bar has dropped from the six feet I once easily cleared to the four feet that is impossible for me now. ― You are not getting older, you are getting better .‖ says Dr. Joyce Brothers .This, however, is the kind of doctor who inspires a second opinion. And so, as I approach the day when I cannot even jump over the tennis net, I am moved to share some thoughts on aging with you. I am moved to show how aging feels to me physically and mentally. Getting older, of course, is obviously a better change than the one that brings you eulogies(悼词).In fact, a poet named Robert Browning considered it the best change of all: Grow old along with me! The best is yet to me. Whether or not Browning was right, most of my first fifty years have been golden ones, so I will settle for what is ahead being as good as what has gone by. I find myself moving toward what is ahead with a curious blend( 混合) of both fighting and accepting my aging, hoping that the philosopher(哲学家) was right when he said .‖Old is always fifteen years from now.‖ 65. The author seems to tell us in Paragraph I that A. time alone will tell B. time goes by quickly C. time will show what is right D. time makes one forget the past 66. When the author turned fifty, people around him A. tried to comfort him B. got inspirations from him C. were friendlier with him D. found him more talkative 67. The author considers his fifty years of life A. peaceful B. ordinary C. satisfactory D. regretful 68. We can infer from the passage that A. the old should lead a simple life B. the old should face the fact of aging C. the old should take more exercise D. the old should fill themselves with curiosity

Phillip Island Penguins(企鹅) The Little Penguin has called Phillip Island home for untold generations. Get to Phillip Island in plenty of time to watch a summer sunset at Summerland Beach -the stage is attractively set to see the Little Penguin leave water and step onto land. ·Leave Melbourne at 5:30 pm. for a direct journey to Phillip Island

·See the Gippsland area-Guinness Book of Records place for the world’s longest earthworm (蚯蚓) · Journey along the coastal highway around the Bay with French Island and Churchill Island in the distance · Cross the bridge at San Remo to enter Phillip Island-natural home for Little Penguins and many animals ·Take your place in special viewing stands(看台) to watch the daily evening performance of the wild Little penguins Ultimate Penguins (+U) Join a group of up to 15. This guided tour goes to an attractive, quiet beach to see Little Penguins. You can see penguins at night by wearing a special pair of glasses. Adult (成人) $ 60.00 Child $ 30.00 Viewing Platform Penguin Plus (+V) More personalized wildlife viewing limited to 130 people providing closer viewing of the penguin arrival than the main viewing stands. Adult $ 25.00 Child $ 12.50 Penguin Skybox (+S) Join a group of only 5 in the comfort of a special, higher-up viewing tower. Gain an excellent overview of Summerland Beach. Adult 16 yrs + $ 50.00 69.What kind of people is the text mainly written for? A.Scientists. B.Students. C.tourists. 70.We can learn from the text that Little Penguins __________. A.have been on Phillip Island for years B.keep a Guinness record for their size C.are trained to practice diving for visitors in large groups to protect themselves D.Artists.

71.How much would a couple with one child pay for a closer viewing tour? A.$ 37.50. B.$ 62.50. C.$ 180.00. D.$ 150.00.

答案: 单选 16—20 BABCB 21—25 CBDAD 31—35 BCCDA

26—30 AACAD 完型 36. A 37. B 38. D 41. B 46. C 42. C 47. B

39. C

40. A 45. A 49. C 54. D 55. C 50. D

43. B

44. D

48. D 53. B

51. C 52. A 阅读 (A 篇)CABC 21-40 CDCBD





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