第一节（共5小题；每小题1. 5分，满分7. 5分）
例：How much is the shirt?
A. ￡19. 15. B. ￡9. 15. C. ￡9. 18. 答案是B。
1. Where is Fred now?
A. At the office. B. At home. C. In class.
2. Whose dictionary is this?
A. Bill’s. B. The man. C. The woman’s.
3. What is the woman doing?
A. Listening to the radio. B. Reading a newspaper. C. Watching television.
4. What does the woman say about the question?
A. She is ready to explain it. B. She doesn’t understand it. C. She has no time to answer it.
5. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. The car. B. The bicycle. C. The oil price.
6. What is the man?
A. A manager. B. A nurse. C. A doctor.
7. Who cooks dinner on weekdays?
A. Paul. B. Linda. C. Richard.
8. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?
A. Interesting jobs. B. Boring housework. C. Changing family roles.
9. Why is woman so happy?
A. She had a pleasant walk.
B. She wrote a short play.
C. She met a famous poet.
10. What is the man working on?
A. A poem.
B. An article.
C. A love story.
11. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. How to find a way out. B. How to make friends. C. How to enjoy life.
12. How did Tom spend his vacation?
A. He went traveling.
B. He painted pictures.
C. He did some shopping.
13. Why does the man come to see the woman?
A. To give her a gift.
B. To ask her for help.
C. To tell her about his trip.
14. What did the woman do for the man?
A. She invited him to the cafe.
B. She bought him a fridge.
C. she watered his plants.
15. What is the main purpose of the talk?
A. To give a prize to a musician.
B. To introduce a guest speaker.
C. To invite a musician to a concert.
16. At what age did the pianist begin to play the own music?
A. 5. B. 10. C. 40.
17. What will the pianist mainly talk about?
A. His childhood.
B. His music school.
C. His experiences on his tours.
第三节(共3小题；每小题1. 5分，满分4. 5分)
例：A computer can only do you have instructed it to do.
A. how B. after C. what D. when
21. I ______ have to go to work by taxi because my car at the garage.
A. will be repaired B. is repaired C. is being repaired D. has been repaired
22. --Would you like some more soup?
-- ______. It is delicious, but I’ve had enough.
A. Yes, please B. No, thank you. C. Nothing more D. I’d like some
23. In time of serious accidents, ______ we know some basic things about first aid, we can save lives.
A. whether B. until C. if D. unless
24. I’ve tried very hard to improve my English. But by no means ______ with my progress.
A. the teacher is not satisfied B. is the teacher not satisfied
C. the teacher is satisfied D. is the teacher satisfied
25. Everywhere man has cut down forests in order to grow crops，or to use wood as fuel or as building material.
A. the; the B. the; / C. /; the D. / ; /
26. Isn’t it time you got down to ______ the papers?
A. mark B. be marked C. being marked D. marking
27. ______ and I’ll get the work finished.
A. Have one more hour B. One more hour
C. Given one more hour D. If I have one more hour
28. —How are you managing to do your work without an assistant? —Well, I somehow.
A. get along B. come on C. watch out D. set off
29. My grandma still treats me like a child. She can’t imagine ______ grown up.
A. my B. mine C. myself D. me
30. Customers are asked to make sure that they ______ the right change before leaving the shop.
A. will give B. have been given C. have given D. will be given
31. 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
32. —Mr. Gordon asked me to remind you of the meeting this afternoon. Don’t you forget it! —OK, I ______.
A. won’t B. don’t C. will D. do
33. Nobody believed his reason for being absent from the class he had to meet his uncle at the airport.
A. why B. that C. where D. because
34. I saw a woman running to ward me in the dark. Before I could recognize who she was，she had run back in the direction she had come.
A. of which B. by which C. in which D. from which
35. —How about seeing the new movie at the theatre tonight? —_______, but I’ve got to go over my notes for tomorrow’s exam.
A. All right B. Sounds great C. I can’t D. No, I am terribly sorry
第二节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1. 5分，满分30分）
Eleven-year-old Angela had something wrong with her nervous system(神经系统）. She was unable to ___36___. In fact, she could hardly make any ___37___. Although she believed that she had a___38___chance of recovering, the doctors said that ___39___, if any, could come back to normal after getting this disease. Having heard this, the little girl was not ___40___. There, lying in her hospital bed, she___41___that no matter what the doctors said, her going back to school was ___42___.
She was moved to a specialized health center, and whatever method could be tried was used. Still she would not ___43___. It seemed that she was ___44___. The doctors were all fond of her and taught her about___45___that she could make it. Every day Angela would lie there,___46___doing her mental exercise.
One day,___47___she was imagining her legs moving again, it seemed as though a miracle(奇迹）happened: The bed began to ___48___! “Look, what I’m doing! Look! I can do it! I moved! I moved! "she ___49___.
Of course, at this very moment everyone else in the hospital was ___50___. More importantly, they were running___51___safety.
People were crying, and equipment was ___52___. You see, it was an earthquake. But don’t___53___that to Angela. She has___54___that she did it, just as she had never doubted that she would recover. And now only a few years later, she’s back in school. You see, to such a person who can___55___the earth, such a disease is a small problem, isn’t it?
36. A. see B. hear C. talk D. walk
37. A. progress B. difference C. movement D. achievement
38. A. poor B. good C. little D. special
39. A. few B. all C. some D. most
40. A. satisfied B. delighted C. surprised D. discouraged
41. A. insisted B. sighed C. feared D. promised
42. A. true B. doubtful C. certain D. impossible
43. A. get up B. give up C. turn up D. stand up
44. A. disappointed B. proud C. troubled D. undefeatable
45. A. thinking B. expecting C. pretending D. imagining
46. A. sadly B. madly C. carefully D. faithfully
47. A. as B. since C. after D. before
48. A. fly B. move C. roll D. speak
49. A. jumped B. wondered C. screamed D. recovered
50. A. frightened B. pleased C. touched D. encouraged
51. A. in B. by C. for D. with
52. A. rising B. falling C. missing D. gathering
53. A. tell B. do C. give D. show
54. A. noticed B. supposed C. believed D. discovered
55. A. push B. shock C. shake D. save
When I was in the third grade, I was picked to be the princess(公主）in the school play. For weeks my mother had helped me practice my lines. But once onstage, every word disappeared from my head. Then my teacher told me she had written a narrator’s（解说者的）part for the play, and asked me to change roles. Though I didn’t tell my mother what had happened that day, she sensed my unhappiness and asked if I wanted to take a walk in the yard.
It was a lovely spring day. We could see dandelions(蒲公英）popping through the grass in bunches, as if a painter had touched our landscape with bits of gold. I watched my mother carelessly bend down by one of the bunches. "I think I am going to dig up all these weeds, "she said. "From now on, we’ll have only roses in this garden. "
"But I like dandelions, "I protested. "All flowers are beautiful-even dandelions! "
My mother looked at me seriously. "Yes, every flower gives pleasure in its own way, doesn’t it?"she asked thoughtfully. I nodded. "And that is true of people, too, "she added.
When I realized that she had guessed my pain, I started to cry and told her the truth.
“But you will be a beautiful narrator, ”she said, reminding me of how much I loved to read stories aloud to her.
Over the next few weeks, with her continuous encouragement, I learned to take pride in the role. The big day finally came. A few minutes before the play, my teacher came over to me. “Your mother asked me to give this to you,” she said, handing me a dandelion. After the play, I took home the flower, laughing that I was perhaps the only person who would keep such a weed.
56. The girl did not play the role of the princess mainly because.
A. she felt nervous on the stage.
B. she lost her interest in that role.
C. she preferred the role of the narrator
D. she had difficulty memorizing her words
57. Why did the mother suggest a walk in the garden?
A. To remove the dandelions
B. To enjoy the garden scene
C. to have a talk with her daughter.
D. to help her daughter with the play.
58. What is the main idea of the story?
A. Everybody can find his or her own way to success.
B. Everybody has his or her own value in the world.
C. Everybody should learn to play different roles
D. Everybody has some unforgettable memory.
Italian Lakes and Greek Islands(12Days)
Prices starting from $1，999
Your tour begins in Milan, Italy, and moves on to the pretty Italian Lake District and the attractive resort(胜地）of Stresa, your home for two nights. Collette Vacations has carefully chosen the Costa Victoria as your home away from home for your 7-night journey along the waterways of the Mediterranean. The cruise ship is filled with the warmth and culture of Italy and is richly designed with entertainment(娱乐）areas and very good living conditions. It will take you to the places of your dreams.
You’ll spend 4 days touring Greek cities you’ve always heard about. In Katakolon, you will have the only unguided tour to nearby Olympia on the whole journey. Then with a local guide you will visit the Greek islands of Santorini, which is often related to the story of the lost city of Atlantis, and Mykonos, a wonderful island with beautiful beaches.
Your journey ends in Verona, home of the love story Romeo and Juliet, with a fun-filled farewell dinner-a perfect ending to a pleasant journey.
12Day, 25Meals: 10Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 9Dinners
Day 1 Overnight flight to Italy
Day 2-3 Regina Palace, stresa, Italy
Day 4-10 Costa Victoria(Costa cruises)
Day 11 Hotel Leopardi, Verona, Italy
Day 12 Leave for home
59. How is the journey planned?
A. It starts and ends in Italy.
B. It starts and ends in Greece.
C. It starts in Italy and ends in Greece.
D. It starts in Greece and ends in Italy.
60. What can be inferred from the travel plan?
A. The price may get lower than those in the plan.
B. The prices include three meals a day.
C. The price is the highest in summer.
D. The prices include entertainment service.
61. What does the underlined part“the Costa Victoria”most probably refer to?
A. A famous hotel. B. A beautiful resort.
C. A comfortable ship. D. A long-distance bus.
62. Tourists will travel on their own in_______.
A. Stresa B. Olympia C. Mykonos D. Verona
When a Swedish ship that sank in 1628 was recovered from the port of Stockholm, historians and scientists were overjoyed with the chance to examine the remains of the past. The ship construction showed how ships were built and operated during the seventeenth century. In this way, artifacts, objects made by human beings, provided a picture of daily life almost 400 years ago.
Underwaterarchaeology-the study of ships, aircraft and human settlements that have sunk under large bodies of water-is really a product of the last___50___years. The rapid growth of this new area of study has occurred because of the invention of better diving equipment. Besides the Swedish ship wreck(残骸），underwater archaeologists have made more exciting discoveries such as the 5000-year-old boats in the Mediterranean Sea.
Underwater archaeology can provide facts abut the past. In ancient ports all over the world are ships sunken in the past 6, 000 years. There are also sunken settlements in seas and lakes telling of pelples way of life and their systems of trade in ancient times. Underwater archaeologists want to study these objects to add to the world’s knowledge of history, but they have to fight two enemies. One enemy is treasure hunters who dive for ancient artifacts that they can sell to collectors. Once sold, these objects are lost to experts. The second enemy is dredging machines(挖掘机）often used to repair ports. These machines destroy wrecks and artifacts or bury them deeper under sand and mud. By teaching the public about the importance of underwater“museums”of the past, archaeologists are hoping to get support for laws to protect underwater treasures.
63. What purpose does Paragraph 1 serve in the passage?
A. To provide background information of the topic
B. To attract readers’ attention to the topic
C. To use an example to support the topic
D. To offer basic knowledge of the topic
64. The aim of underwater archaeology is to_______.
A. exploit water bodies
B. search for underwater life
C.. study underwater artifacts
D. examine underwater environment
65. Underwater archaeologists are worried because_____.
A. sea hunters have better diving equipment
B. their knowledge of world history is limited
C. dredging machines cause damage to the ports
D. sold artifacts can hardly be regained for research
66. What is the main purpose of the passage?
A. To introduce a young branch of learning.
B. To discuss the scientists’ problems.
C. To explain people’s way of life in the past.
D. To describe the sunken ships.
Tragedy at the Circus
In yesterday’s circus（马戏团）show, a tiger suddenly attacked its trainer and had to be shot dead. As the circus packed up and left, circus officials said the show would go on, even without tigers.
However, the officials can’t simply turn a blind eye to the ethical problems left behind. Even before this tragedy(悲剧), animal rights activists protested against keeping wild animals in unnatural conditions and forcing them to suffer for the profit(利润)of circus organizers.
It is now time for us to take effective steps to make sure that circus animals are treated properly.
Circus Safe for Animals
Our circus recently suffered a most tragic event in its history. While we are thankful for the pity from the public, we are also astonished by the opinion exprssed in “Tragedy at the Circus. ”
First, our performing animals are not taken from the wild. As to the ethical problems. we always believe humans and animals can—and should—live together nicely. To us, the performing animals are representatives of their species(物种), and our circus is one of the only places left willing to support this special role of performing animals in the existence of the species. Those who argue that circus life is harmful to animals show little knowledge of these facts. Life in the “wild”is unsafe, but a continuous struggle for existence. To overlook these reslities is the greatest fault against the animal kingdom.
This circus has proven that animals are stronger and smarter than we could imagine. Within the circus is a joyful atmosphere for both animals and humans: people are educated, and species saved.
67. What is the main purpose of the first passage?
A. To show pity for the performing animals.
B. To express worries about ainimal trainers’safety.
C. To deal with the difficult situations of the circus.
D. To call for action to protect circus animals.
68. What will the circus most probably do?
A. Take no notice of the tragedy.
B. Continue its performances.
C. Use fewer wild animals.
D. Limit its profit.
69. What does the circus think of its performing animals?
A. They are as clever as human beings.
B. They struggle continuously with human beings for existence.
C. They are helpful in saving their species.
D. They have equally natural living conditions as wild animals.
70. What is the most probable relationship between the two passages?
A. A public request and a newspaper report.
B. A newspaper article and a reply to it.
C. Two parts of a newspaper article.
D. Two newspaper reports.
The flag, the most common symbol(象征) of a nation in the modern world, is also one of the most ancient. With a clear symbolic meaning, the flag in the traditional form is still used today to mark buildings, ships and other vehicles related to a country.
The national flag as we know it today is in no way a primitive(原始的)artifact. It is, rather, the product of thousands of years’ development. Historians believe that it had two major ancestors, of which the earlier served to show wind direction.
Early human beings used very fragile houses and boats. Often strong winds would tear roofs from houses or cause high waves that endangered travelers. People’s food supplies were similarly vulnerable. Even after they had learned how to plant grains, they still needed help from nature to ensure good harvests. Therefore they feared and depended on the power of the wind, which could bring warmth from one direction and cold from another.
Using a simple piece of cloth tied to the top of a post to tell the direction of the wind was more dependable than earlier methods, such as watching the rising of smoke from a fire. The connection of the flag with heavenly power was therefore reasonable. Early human societies began to fix long pieces of cloth to the tops of totems(图腾) before carrying them into battle. They believed that the power of the wind would be added to the good wishes of the gods and ancestors represented by the totems themselves.
These flags developed very slowly into modern flags. The first known flag of a nation or a ruler was unmarked: The king of China around 1000 B. C. was known to have a white flag carried ahead of him. This practice might have been learned from Egyptians even further in the past, but it was from China that it spread over trade routes through India, then across Arab lands, and finally to Europe, where it met up with the other ancestor of the national flag.
71. The best title for the passage would be
A. Development of the National Flag B. Power of the National Flag
C. Types of Flags D. Uses of Flags
72. The underlined word "vulnerable" in Paragraph 3 means
A. impossible to make sure of B. likely to be protected
C. easy to damage D. difficult to find
73. The earliest flags were connected with heavenly power because.
A. they could tell wind direction
B. they could bring good luck to fighters
C. they were handed down by the ancestors
D. they were believed to stand for natural forces
74. What does the author know of the first national flag?
A. He knows when it was sent to Europe.
B. He believes it was made in Egypt.
C. He thinks it came from China.
D. He doubts where it started.
75. What will the author most probably talk about next?
A. The role of China in the spread of the national flag.
B. The second ancestor of the national flag.
C. The use of modern flags in Europe.
D. The importance of modern flags.
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