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第一部分: 单项选择(每小题 1 分,计 20 分) 1. ---What does Sarah’s manager think of her? ---He has a very high _____ of her work. A. idea B. advice C. thought D. opinion

2. As we all know, deaf people use sign language to ______. A. express B. exchange C. communicate D. explain

3. ---Nancy likes surfing the Internet but she isn’t fond of listening to pop music. A. So it is with Karen B. So does Karen C. So is Karen D. So Karen does 4. I shall never understand how it ___ that you were an hour late for the important meeting. A. took place B. came in C. came about D. came out

5. When you come here for your holiday next time, don’t go to ____hotel; I can find you ___bed in my flat. A. the, X B. a, the C. a, X D. the, a 6. –Hi Jane. How nice you have come! Come in and _____. --Thank you. What a wonderful house! A. help yourself B. make yourself at home

C. be free yourself D. have a look at my house. 7. Henry Adams, for ____ money was now not a problem, wanted to stay in a expensive hotel. A. which B. him C. whose D. whom

8. I thought her kind and helpful _____ I met her. A. for the first time B. every time C. the first time D. first time 9. Telling Bob he no longer had a position in the company was an unpleasant ____ for the manager. A. work B. duty C. task D. means

10. The first day on the job, Roy got off on the wrong foot by telling his boss a stupid joke. The underlined phrase means “________”. A. knocked at the door B. had a bad start C. did a stupid job D. entered a wrong room 11. Great changes have taken place in my hometown. It is quite different from ____it was five years ago. A. where B. which C. the one D. that

12. Jane was alone in the world _____ an aunt in Brazil. A. except for B. except C. besides D. except that

13. ---Has he lived here for a long time? ---Not very long, ______ he was made mayor of this city. A. from B. when C. since C. after

14. ---Did you say it would get colder this afternoon? ---Yes. I can _____ you. A. promise B. admit C. answer D. prove

15. ---Ann will be sent abroad very soon. ---She never dreamed ______such a chance. A. to be B. there to be C. of there being D. of there to be

16. I listened to Dr. John’s lecture about biology, but I failed to get its key _____. A. words B. points C. notes D. messages

17. However hard I tried to open the door, it just ______ open. A. shouldn’t B. wouldn’t C. couldn’t D. mightn’t

18. You must have worked as a teacher before you turned writer, _____you?

A. haven’t

B. hadn’t

C. didn’t

D. don’t

19. ---Where did you meet Mr. Smith? ---It was in the hotel _____ he stayed. A. that B. where C. which D. as

20. Believe it or not, the boy his father considered ______very hard failed in the important examination. A. working B. to work C. to have worked D. having worked

第二部分:下面 5 题中的句子可以组成一篇小短文,请从四个选项中选出最佳答案;然后,根据理解,将 5 个选项进行重新 排列,选出短文的最佳排列顺序。(选择答案,每小题 1 分;短文排序 5 分,计 10 分)

21. While it may sound scary, the operation is quite _____. A. normal B. ordinary C. common D. usual

22. Unlike important part like the heart and lungs, ______, the appendix serves no purpose. A. Of course B. In a word C. In general D. In fact

23. You may have heard of appendicitis (阑尾炎). That’s ____ the appendix becomes infected(感染) and needs to be removed. A. where B. when C. what D. which

24. What is an appendix( 阑尾)? We are all born with an appendix but not everyone ____. A. leaves B. needs C. stays D. keeps

25. It was used to help digest food thousands of years ago, but we _____ need it. A. no longer 26.短文排列: A. 24/22/25/23/21 B. 24/25/22/23/21 C. 25/24/22/21/23 D. 23/21/24/22/25 B. no more C. not, any longer D. not, any more

第三部分:完形填空 (每小题 1 分,计 20 分) Each spring brings a new blossom(开花)of wildflowers in the ditches(渠) along the highway I travel daily to work. There is one 27_____blue flower that has always caught my eye. I have 28____that it blooms(开花) only in the 29____hours. The afternoon sun is too 30_____for it. Every day for about two weeks, I see those beautiful flowers. This spring, I 31_____a wildflower garden in our yard. I can look out of the 32____window while doing the dishes and see the flowers. I have often 33____that those lovely blue flowers from the ditches would 34____great in that bed alongside other wildflowers. Every day I drove past the flowers, I would 35____to myself, “I will stop on my way home and dig them.” “Gee, I don’t want to get my good 36____dirty…” Whatever the reason, I 37____stopped to dig them. My husband even gave me a folding shovel(铁铲) one day to be used for that 38____. One day, on my way home from work, I was 39____to see that the highway department had mowed the ditches and the pretty blue flowers were 40____. I thought to myself, “Way to go, you 41_____too long. You should have done it when you first saw them blooming this spring..” A week ago we were shocked and saddened to 42_____that my eldest sister-in-law has a terminal brain tumor(晚期脑肿瘤). 43____we haven’t been as close as we all would have liked to. I couldn’t help but see the 44_____between the pretty blue flowers and the relationship between my husband’s sister and us. And yes, 45_____I see the blue flowers again, you can bet I will stop and 46_____them to my wildflower garden. 27. A. particular 28. A. imagined 29. A. morning 30. A. strong 31. A. bought B. expensive B. felt B. daytime B. important B. rented C. previous C. noticed C. evening C. cold C. started D. colorful D. heard D. night D. useful D. found

32. A. bedroom 33. A. doubted 34. A. sound 35. A. wonder 36. A. cars 37. A. seldom 38. A. satisfaction 39. A. glad 40. A. unhappy 41. A. waited 42. A. realize 43. A. Surprisingly 44. A. love 45. A. since 46. A. move

B. hall B. thought B. look B. complain B. flowers B. sometimes

C. study C. agreed C. taste C. sing C. clothes C. often

D. kitchen D. judged D. change D. say D. hands D. never D. anxiety

B. disappointment C. purpose B. saddened B. lonely B. drove B. learn B. Generally B. difference B. unless B. steal

C. encouraged D. ashamed C. gone C. went C. observe C. Obviously C. secret C. if C. rid D. alive D. stopped D. decide D. Unfortunately D. connection D. before D. pull

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)? 阅读下面的短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。? A? The decision to further all or part of your studies outside your country is a serious one, and one which for most students will have a special life-long benefit. If you realize English will help you in your career and enrich your personal life, you will find that coming to England to study English is a very special experience that you will never forget. I am very pleased to have this opportunity to invite you to join our English Language courses.? London is one of the world's outstanding cultural and trade center. You will live in one of the world's great cities. It provides the perfect arrangements in which to learn and develop English language skills. The international body of the students attending courses at English Language Institutes in London provides an attraction because it is a good chance for you to enjoy other cultures in surroundings to developing personal character. As we prepare for the 21st Century, international communication has never been more important. To master a foreign language is becoming a useful tool for trade, industrial and professional success. Our aim at the English Language Institutes is to develop students' English language skills in friendly and helpful conditions. ? Supported by computer, video and audio equipment, and using sound classroom, our team of teachers will guide you through your chosen course of study, you will receive excellent service and advice at every stage. Our our -of-class support staff will help you settle in and make the most of your stay in London.Truly, you will enjoy yourself in London and make friendships that will last a lifetime. I hope we can welcome you to this exciting world of London. Come and see us! Visit a class in any of the English Language Institues. See for yourself why we encourage you to study in London.? 47. The phrase “life-long benefit” in the first paragraph means . A. advantages in study B. good in daily life ? C. good in all life D. use in work ? 48. The writer invites you to join their English Language course, because . A. London is really a good place for learning English ? B. you can enjoy a special foreign culture ? C. London is a great international trade center ? D. computers can teach you to learn English well ? 49. The main purpose of the text is .? A. to introduce something about London ? B. to let know the importance of learning English ? C. to tell us the skills of learning English ? D. to tell us that education in London is free ?

50. This passage is a .? A. story B. novel

D. advertisement ? B? Last week the manager of an old jeweller's shop received a letter marked “personal", so of course his secretary gave it to him unopened. As he was very busy, the letter lay on his desk till tea-time. Then he opened it and a £10 note fell out onto his desk. With the note was a short letter. This is what it said:? Dear sir,? In 1935 I got engaged. But unfortunately at that time there was a lot of unemployment and I lost my job. I was six months without a job and then I got work again. But of course was very short of money. I came to your shop to buy a wedding ring. The assistant brought some rings for me to look at, but she was called away for a moment, and I put one of the rings in my pocket. When she came back, I said I did not know the size of my girl -friend's finger. So I left the shop without buying a ring.? My wife died a short while ago and the fact that I never paid for her ring has been on my conscience (良 心) all these years. At the time the ring cost £2 so I reckon (估计) that is about £10 at today's price. And I am sending you that amount.? Yours truly,? A customer ? “Well, well, well, " said the manager, “life is full of surprises!" 51. The best headline for this article would be .? A. A Customer Pays His Bill B. An Old Jeweller's Shop ? C. The Manager and the Letter D. A Letter with £10 ? 52. Why didn't the secretary open the letter? Because .? A. he was very busy B. it was a personal letter ? C. there was a £10 note in it D. the letter was unimportant ? 53. What happened to the writer of the letter in 1935?? A. He was engaged to a girl. B. He was out of work for six months.? C. He lost a ring. D. Both A and B.? 54. What was true about the assistant?? A. She lost her job. ? B. She was short of money.? C. She was called away while serving the customer.? D. She put one of the rings in her pocket.? C? Chemists have been studying why people cry. They say the body produces two kinds of tears. One kind cleans out the eye if it gets dirt in it. But when people cry because of their feelings, these tears have poison chemicals in them. The body is getting rid of chemicals produced by strong feelings.? In the United States men have heart diseases more often than women do. Doctors say heart disease and some other diseases are related (有关的) to the pressures (压力) of living and working in a modern society. Perhaps men suffer more from these diseases because they do not cry enough. And it is possible that as more and, more women work outside the home, they will also suffer from more pressure. Then everyone will need to cry more.? 55. Which of the following is happening now? A. More men than women are now crying ? B. More women are now working outside their homes ? C. Heart diseases are on the rise ? D. The poison found in tears is killing more and more people ? 56.What is living in a modern society doing to some people ? A. Making them cry B. Driving them mad ? C. Making them produce chemicals D. Giving them heart diseases 57. Why do people cry? A. To get red of poisonous substances produced by strong feelings ? B. Because they have to work outside their homes ?

C. letter

C. Because they don't know how to prevent heart diseases ? D. For no reason at all ? D? Most Americans get what money they have from their work; that is, they earn an income from wages or salaries. The richest Americans, however, get most of their money from what they own—their stock, bonds, real estate, and other forms of property, or wealth. Although there are few accurate statistics to go by, wealth in American society appears to be concentrated in very few hands. More than 20 percent of everything that can be privately owned is held by less than one percent of the adult population and more than 75 percent of all wealth is owned by 20 percent of American adults. The plain fact is that most Americans have on wealth at all aside from their homes, automobiles, and a small amount of savings.? Income in the Unites States is not as highly concentrated as wealth. In 1917 the richest 10 percent of American families received 26.1 percent of all income, while the poorest 10 percent received 17 percent, mainly from Social Security and other government payments. The most striking aspect of income distribution is that it has not changed significantly since the end of World War II. Although economic growth has roughly doubled real disposable (可 自由使用的) family income (the money left after taxes and adjusted for inflation) over the last generation, the size of the shares given to the rich and the poor is about the same. By any measure economic inequality is great in the United States.? The reality behind these statistics is that a large number of Americans are poor. In 1918, 14 percent of the population was living below the federal government's poverty line, which at that time was an annual income of $ 9 287 for a nonfarm family of two adults and two children. In other words, about one out of seven Americans over 31 million people was officially considered unable to buy the basic necessities of food, clothes, and shelter. The suggested poverty line in 1981 would have been an income of about $11 200 for a family of four. By this relative definition, about 20 percent of the population or more than 45 million Americans are poor. ? 58. What does the majority of the Americans have in terms of wealth? A. Their income and savings. B. Everything they own in their homes.? C. Actually, they have no wealth at all. D. Their house, cars and small amounts of savings.? 59. What is the percentage of wealth that is in the hands of most Americans? A. More than 25%. B. Less than 25%. C. More than 75%. D. Less than 20%.? 60. Why is economic inequality still great in the US in spite of the economic growth?? A. Because the proportion of income received by the rich and the poor remains almost the same as in 1917. ? B. Because the economic growth has widened the gap of the family income between the rich and the poor. ? C. Because income in the US is still concentrated in the hands of the richest 10% of American families. ? D. Because some Americans made great fortunes during the Second World War. 61. What can we learn from comparison of the two poverty lines in the last paragraph?? A. The poverty line of 1918 is more favorable to the poor than that of 1981. B. The 1981 line didn't leave much to the poor.? C. There were more Americans who were officially poor by the 1981 line. D. There were more Americans who were officially poor by the 1918 line. 62. From the last two sentences we can see that 1981 government's poverty line .? A. was of no good for the poor B. was not put into operation then ? C. was officially approved D. was not helpful to the poor ? E? You can not see any object unless light from that object gets into your eyes. Some of the things you see give off light of their own. The sun, the stars, a lighted lamp are examples that can be seen by their own light. Such things are luminous. Most of the things you see are not giving off light of their own. They are simply reflecting light that falls on them from the sun or some other luminous body. The moon, for example, does not give off any light of its own. It is nonluminous. You see it because sunlight falls on it and some of it reflects in our direction.

So moonlight is only second hand sunlight.? When you look at a book, it sends to your eyes some of the light which falls on it, and you see the book. If light could be kept out from where you are so that there would be no light for the book to reflect, then you could not see the book even with your eyes wide open.? Light travels so fast that the time in which it travels from the book you are reading to your eyes is so short as if there were no time at all. Light reaches us from the moon, which is about 380 000 kilometers away, in only a little more than a second.? 63. You can see the book because .? A. your eyes are close to it B. it reflects some of the sunlight C. it has light of its own D. your eyesight can get to it 64. The underlined word “luminous" means .? A. visible B. all colours C. giving off light D. sunlight ? 65. have light of their own.? A. The sun and the moon B. The stars and the earth ? C. The sun and the stars D. The moon and the earth ? 66.Which of the following is TRUE?? A. All the things you can see give off light.? B. Light from the book is much shorter than that from the moon.? C. The moment you open your eyes the light from the book travels to your eyes. D. Light travels so fast that there is no time for you to read.? 第四部分:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)? 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√) ;如有 错误(每行只有一个错误) ,则按下列情况改正 该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。? 该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,在该行右边横线上写出该加的词 该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。注意:原行没有错的不要改。? I've been to Hong Kong three days now, and I'm 67. having great time. Yesterday my friend showed me 68. about Hong Kong. It was a very busy day, but I saw 69. many interesting things. The first place where we visited 70. is Hong Kong Park. After that, we walked to St.John's 71. Cathedral. I think it is a very old church in Hong Kong. 72. Then we go to Victoria Peak. There we could see all 73. over Hong Kong. It was real wonderful. After lunch 74. we caught a bus to a supermarket. On the bus back the 75. hotel, we both felt tired and very happy. We enjoyed 76. ourselves very much.?


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