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第一节 单项选择 21. The tree is dead. We ______ it. A. should have watered B. would have watered C. should water D. ought to water 22. Time should be made use ______ even harder. A. of studying B. of to study C. to study D. by studying 23. People could speak English in different ways ______ you might find interesting. A. in which B. which C. where D. when 24. The country life he was used to ______ greatly since 1992. A. change B. has changed C. changing D. have changed 25. ---Would you like to ______ my birthday party this Saturday. ---Sorry, I have an important meeting to ______. A. attend; join B. join in; attend C. join; take part in D. join in; join 26. ---Where ______ buy a dictionary? ---Go round the corner, and you can see the bookstore. A. do you think we can B. do you think can we C. you think we can D. you think can we 27. Please ______ the numbers and I’m sure they will ______ more than 10,000. A. add up; add B. add up; add up C. add; add up D. add up; add up to 28. Have you really realized the part computers ______ in our daily life? A. make B. give C. play D. cause 29. Some languages, ______ Russian and German, are not easy to learn. A. for example B. such as C. included D. that is 30. Mr. Zhang told his son ______ late for school again. A. to not be B. not to be C. not being D. not be 31. I hope scientists will ______ with a cure for SARS in the near future. A. take up B. keep up C. bring up D. come up 32. He is so shy that he ______ speaks in public. A. frequently B. fluently C. seldom D. gradually 33. --- I think Tracy needs to find herself a new job. ---______. This is what we’ve been talking about. A. Cheer up B. Exactly C. Please do. D. Really. 34. I took my friend to the Summer Palace, ______ we had some photos taken. A. where B. which C. that D. / 35. He is working hard, ______ will make him pass the final exam. A. that B. which C. for which D. who 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选 项。

This is a true story. Recently, one of my best friends, whom I’ve 36 and sorrow with 37 the first day of kindergarten spent the weekend with me. Over the weekend, we 38 hours and hours talking and stayed up late into the night. She started telling me stories about her new boyfriend, about 39 he took drugs and was into other self-destructive behavior. She told me how she had been 40 to her parents about going out to see that guy. Because her parents didn’t want her to be around him, she had to make up excuses every time she saw him. I couldn’t believe that she really thought it was 41 to wander around with her boyfriend. I tried to explain to her that she was destroying her 42 and would get into big 43 . But she didn’t listen to me at all and was angry about my 44 towards her boyfriend. I had come 45 to telling her several times that we had just grown 46 far to keep our friendship. 47 I didn’t. After she left, I was really 48 about her and our friendship. But I thought we’d been 49 for too long. I _ 50 that she would value me enough to know that I was trying to 51 her from hurting herself. I was sure that our 52 could conquer anything. A few days later, she called to say that she had 53 long and hard about our talk, and then she told me that she had 54 up with her boy friend. I just listened on the other end of the 55 with tears of joys running down my face. Never had I been so proud of a friend in my life. 36. A. argued B. cared C. met D. shared 37. A. since B. from C. on D. by 38. A. took B. paid C. spent D. cost 39. A. that B. when C. how D. where 40. A. telling B. lying C. speaking D. arguing. 41. A. normal B. natural C. common D. acceptable 42. A. parents B. boyfriend C. future D. work 43. A. trouble B. danger C. problem D. difficulty 44. A. advice B. view C. words D. altitude 45. A. nearly B. directly C. close D. straight 46. A. so B. such C. very D. too 47. A. And B. But C. Or D. So 48. A. cared B. missed C. hunted D. worried 49. A. friends B. sisters C. classmates D. workmates 50. A. wanted B. thought C. believed D. hoped 51. A. hunt B. save C. solve D. hate 52. A. conversation B. stories C. happiness D. friendship 53. A. thought B. hoped C. wanted D. left 54. A. kept B. taken C. broken D. brought 55. A. phone B. street C. week D. town 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。

A The big Town Hall clock was striking midnight when Frank began to cross the bridge. The dark night air was a little cold and wet. Frank was strongly wishing to get home and his footsteps rang loudly on the pavement(人行道). When he reached the middle of the bridge, he thought he could hear someone coming near behind him. He looked back but could see no one. However, the sound went on and Frank began walking more quickly. Then he slowed down again. "There is nothing to be afraid of in a town as quiet as this," he thought to himself. Just then, he heard short, quick steps closely behind him. By the time he got to the other side of the bridge, he could almost feel some one was behind him. He turned around and found there stood a man dressed in a large coat. A hat was quite down over his eyes and Frank could see very little of his face. Frank said something about the weather, trying to be friendly and quiet. The man did not answer but just asked where Oakfield House was. Frank pointed to a big house far away and the stranger went on his way.. Frank asked himself why the stranger wanted to find Oakfield House at such an hour. He knew that the people who lived there were very rich. Almost without realizing what he was doing, he began to follow the stranger quietly. The man was up soon outside the house and Frank saw him look up at the windows. A light was still on and the man waited until it went out. When about half an hour passed, Frank saw him drop on to the ground at the other side. Now Frank realized what was going to happen. He walked quietly and quietly across the street to the telephone box at the corner. 56. At midnight that day, Frank was _____. A. going to Oakfield House B. leaving the Town Hall for a telephone box C. on his way home when he found a stranger on a bridge D. in a hurry to meet a friend in Oakfield House 57. Frank said something about the weather to the stranger because _____. A. he was a very friendly person B. he didn't want to show that he felt a little afraid C.he wanted to start a talk with the man D.he wanted to know what the weather would be like the next day 58. What did Frank think was going to happen? A. The stranger was going to spend the night in Oakfield House. B. Someone was going to make a telephone call before him. C. The stranger would get himself hurt. D. Someone was going to break into the house and take some things away from the house. 59. Frank walked to a telephone box because he wanted to _____. A. give a call to the police station B. tell the people living in Oakfield House that there was something strange C. tell his wife he would be home soon D. find out what the stranger was going to do

B Tim Welford, aged 33, and Dom Mee, aged 30, both from England, were keen on (热衷于) rowing boats. They made a plan to row across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to San Francisco. The name of their rowboat was “Crackers”. It was about seven meters long. They set out from Japan on May 17, 2001. They had rowed nearly 5,500 miles when their boat was hit by a fishing ship on September 17, 2001. Luckily they both escaped unharmed, but their boat was badly damaged and they had to abandon their journey. In a radio interview, Dom expressed his disappointment and explained how the accident took place. “A fishing ship came towards us with nobody on the bridge and ran us down. It all happened so quickly. I managed to dive into the water. Tim felt it would be safer to stay on board. He was trapped inside as the boat was driven under the water. Finally some people appeared on the ship and saw me in the water. I shouted at them to stop the ship and to get Tim out. When the ship stopped, I eventually saw Tim, and I was very, very disappointed that we were still alive. We were very disappointed that we couldn’t reach San Francisco. But we are alive. That above everything is the most important. ” 60. How long had Tim and Dom been at sea when their boat was hit by a fishing boat? A. For one month B. For two months. C. For three months. D. For four months.

61. According to Dom, the main reason for the accident was that________. A. Tim and Dom were too careless C. nobody on the fishing ship saw them B. the speed of the fishing ship was too fast D. their rowboat was not strong enough

62. Dom said that the most important thing in this accident was that________. A. their rowboat was not damaged C. they enjoyed this journey B. both of them existed after a dangerous time D. they failed to reach San Francisco

C One famous soup dish has been part of Chinese culture for a long time. The main ingredient of this dish is shark fin (鱼翅). Enjoying the soup is considered a sign of respect and status in China because it is very expensive. Shark fin soup costs as much as $100 (640 yuan) a bowl. However, shark fin soup is to be taken off the menu in California, US. On September 6 the state senate approved a bill and it is now waiting to be signed by the governor. Bill supporters say the ban is needed to protect sharks from over-fishing. California has a population of 1.1 million Chinese-Americans and is one of the biggest markets for shark fin outside Asia. “It’s our market that drives the slaughter(屠杀).” said state senator Chris Kehoe, a San Diego Democrat. The business keeps increasing because fishermen can make a lot of money selling shark fin, about $600 per pound (8,400 yuan per kilogram). They cut off the sharks’ fins and throw the injured shark back into the ocean to die a slow death. The number of sharks has been falling quickly around the globe. But people who don’t support the ban say that sharks are not listed as endangered animals in the US. They say the measure is unfair to Chinese Americans because shark fin soup is one of their most important dishes. They also say that the bill is inconsistent (矛盾的) because it bans shark fins but allows shark meat to be sold. Clothes and other things made from shark skin are still allowed. This means killing sharks would still be legal, according to Senator Ted Lieu. Shoppers could buy $440 shark skin wallets and people could continue ordering shark meat in restaurants. “Clearly the bill would have some effect on reducing shark consumption(消耗), but they’ve done it in a discriminatory(歧视的)way,” Senator Lieu said. “The government shouldn’t say you can kill a shark for the skinning for wallets but you can’t use the same shark for shark fin soup.” If this bill becomes law, California would join Hawaii, Oregon, Washington state and the US territory of Guam(美属关岛)in banning shark fin sales. China (including Taiwan and Hong kong) is now the biggest market for shark fin, consuming 95 percent for the world’s total. However, there are still not law in China banning the trade of shark fin. 63. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. Shark fin soup will be removed from the menu in restaurants. B. California will pass a bill to stop shark fin sales. C. The number of sharks has been falling quickly around the globe. D. There will be a banning trade of sharks worldwide. 64. It can be learned from the passage that __________. A. Sharks are endangered in the United States. B. Clothes made from shark skin will not be available in California. C. People hold different ideas as for the ban of sharks fin. D. The bill to stop sharks trade has been passed. 65. The people who don’t support the ban think __________. A. The bill will surely prevent shark killing. B. The bill in some way is unfair for people who serve sharks fin. C. The bill is in favor of white people in the United Stated. D. The bill will allow people to kill sharks for their skin. 66. According to the passage, how many areas in the USA have banned shark fin sales. A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 67. In which column are you most likely to fond the text? A. Education B. Travel C. News D. Advertisement

D English is the most widely used language in the history of our planet. One in every seven human beings can speak it. More than half of the world’s books and three quarters of international mail are in English. Of all languages, English has the largest vocabulary — perhaps as many as two million words. However, let’s face it: English is a crazy language. There is no egg in an eggplant, neither pine nor apple in a pineapple and no ham in a hamburger. Sweet-meats are candy, while sweetbreads, which aren’t sweet, are meat. We take English for granted. But when we explore its paradoes (探索它的矛盾), we find that quicksand can work slowly, boxing rings are square, public bathrooms have no baths in them. And why is it that a writer writes, but fingers don’t fing, grocers don’t groce, and hammers don’t ham? If the plural of tooth is teeth, should’t the plural of booth be beeth? One goose, two geese — so one moose, two meese? How can a slim chance and a fat chance be the same, while a wise man and a wise guy are opposites? How can overlook and oversee be opposites, while quite a lot and quite a few are alike? How can the weather be hot as hell one day and cold as hell the next? English was invented by people, not computers, and it reflects 反映) the creativity of human beings. That’ ( s why, when stars are out, they are visible (能看见的); but when the lights are out, they are invisible. And why, when I wind up my watch, I start it; but when I wind up this essay, I end it. 68. According to the passage ________. A. sweet-meats and sweetbreads are different things C. pineapples are the apples on the pine tree B. there should be egg in an eggplant D. boxing rings should be round

69. The underline word “wind up” in the last paragraph probably mean “________”. A. blow B. roll up C. get hurt D. finish

70. Through the many paradoxes in the English language, the writer wants to show that human beings are ______. A. clever B. crazy C. lazy D. dull

E Increasingly over the last few years, we have become familiar with the range of small electronic devices or “smart” accessories 附件, ( 饰品) Pocket heart -rate monitors for joggers and electronic maps are just the . first examples of many new products that promise to change our lives in all sorts of surprising ways. As a scientist at New York University. Rosalind Picard tries out different smart accessories before they go on the market. One of these was the so-called " frown (皱眉)headband". Rosalind was shocked to realize just how often she frowned. Stuck in a traffic jam recently, Rosalind kept hearing the sounds of the tiny sensor inside the band worn around her forehead -each time she frowned in annoyance, the sensor gave out a signal. Another computer scientist, Steven Feiner, is working on a pair of glasses that will do more than help you to see. Imagine you want to try a restaurant in a foreign city but you're not familiar with the dishes on the menu. If you are wearing a pair of Steven's glasses. all you have to do is glance above the restaurant’s doorway and your glasses will immediately become windows to the Internet, offering you full details of the meals served inside. The glasses could also be used to help people make speeches, give chefs access to the latest recipes and even provide doctors with patient information while they carry out operations. At the moment, Steven's invention looks more like a large ski mask than a pair of glasses. It's a headset connected to a hand-held computer and a Global Positioning System ( GPS ) receiver, which tracks the wearer's position. But he says that these head-worn displays will eventually get smaller and lighter as technology improves. And, of course, this new technology has a fashionable as well as a useful application. A chemical engineer named Robent Langer has invented a new microchip that, if put inside a ring, can give off different smells according to a person's mood. That, of course, may or may not appeal to you. And, in the end, it is shoppers, not scientists, who will determine which of these smart accessories will succeed as fashionable items and which are sure to join history's long list of crazy inventions. It is clear, however, that as computers get smaller and cheaper, they will pop up in all sorts of easily-wearable accessories, even in the buttons on your coat. What’s more, this is something that's going to happen a lot sooner than we all expect. 71. When Rosalind wore the headband, she was surprised at _______. A. how well the sensor worked B. how she was affected by traffic C. how strong the signal was D. how uncomfortable it was 72. For people eating out, Steven’ s glasses can _______. A. give them a restaurant's location B. let them see a restaurant's environment C. inform them about a restaurant’s menu D. tell them about a restaurant's quality 73. What is the current problem with Steven’s glasses? A. Limited function. B. Inconvenience. C. High cost. D. Poor Internet access. 74. In general, what does the writer think about smart accessories? A. They will soon be widely available. B. Much more research is needed into them. C. Only a few of them will appeal to shoppers. D. Most of them are considered to be crazy inventions. 75. What's the writer's purpose in writing this passage? A. To advertise some smart accessories. B. To tell interesting stories about smart accessories. C. To argue that smart accessories are fashionable. D. To introduce the idea of smart accessories.

第四节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你收到一封叫 Flower 的网友写来的一封信, 她向你询问如何交友, 请给她回信, 并提出建议。 提示: 对别人要友善; 设身处地地为别人着想, 1. 2. 不要以貌取人 3. 设法记住别人的名字 4. 出 现分歧要沟通和商量 5. 不要相信危急时刻背弃朋友的人 要求:1. 书写工整 2. 词数:130 左右; Dear Flower, _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Yours truly, Simon 答案: 单选: 21-25 ABBBB 26-30 ADCBB 31-35 DCBAB 完形: 36-40 DACCB 41-45 DCADC 46-50 DBDAC 51-55 BDACA 阅读: CBDA DBA BCBCC ADA BCBAD 写作: Dear Flower, I’m glad to receive your e-mail. You ask me something about how to make friends. The following is my advice. Here are some suggestions. Everyone needs friends, so how to make friends is very important/ of great importance. First, you must be friendly to others and make people welcome. Then, try to think as you are in others’ position and avoid judging a stranger only by his appearance. What’s more, it’s great to remember people’s names because it will let them feel respected. However, if you have different opinions, discuss with others instead of arguing. In addition, don’t believe those who leave their friends when their friends are in trouble. After all, a friend in need is a friend indeed. I hope everything goes on well with you, and you’ll make a lot of good friends. Yours truly, Simon


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