第一节（共5小题；每小题1. 5分，满分7. 5分）
例：How much is the shin?
A. ￡ 19. 15. B. ￡ 9. 15. C. ￡ 50.
1. How much will the man pay for the tickets?
A. ￡ 7. 5. B. ￡ 15. C. ￡ 50.
2. Which is the right gate for the man’s flight?
A. Gate 16. B. Gate 22. C. Gate 25.
3. How does the man feel about going to school by bike?
A. Happy B. Tired. C. Worried
4. When can the woman get the computer?
A. On Tuesday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Thursday.
5. What does the man feel about going to school by bike?
A. The size is not large enough.
B. The material is not good.
C. The color is not suitable.
第二节(共15小题；每小题1. 5分，满分22. 5分)
6. What can we learn about Mr. Brown?
A. He is in his office.
B. He is at a meeting
C. He is out for a meal.
7. What will the man probably do next?
A. Call back. B. Come again. C. Leave a message.
8. What kind of room does the man want to take?
A. A single room.
B. A double room.
C. A room for three.
9. What does the man need to put in the form?
A. Telephone and student card numbers.
B. Student card number and address.
C. Address and telephone number.
10. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Fellow clerks.
B. Boss and secretary.
C. Customer and salesperson.
11. What does the man like about his job?
A. Living close to the office.
B. Chances to go abroad.
C. Nice people to work with.
12. What do we know about the woman?
A. She likes traveling
B. She is new to the company
C. She works in public relations.
13. When will the visitors come?
A. In March. B. In Aril. C. In May
14. How many visitors coming?
A. 8. B. 10. C. 12.
15. What will the visitors do on the second day?
A. Go to a party B. Visit schools. C. Attend a lecture.
16. Where will the visitor go on the final day?
A. To London. B. To Scotland. C. To the coast.
17. What is the first word the baby to say?
A. Truck. B. OK. C. Duck.
18. How old was the baby when he learned to say that word correctly?
A. About 18 months B. About 21 months. C. About 24 months.
19. What did the father do when the baby screamed that word at the airport?
A. He corrected the baby
B. He tried to stop the baby.
C. He hid himself somewhere
20. Why did the mother pretend not to know the baby?
A. She got angry with the father
B. She was frightened by the noise.
C. She felt uneasy about the noisy baby.
例：It is generally considered unwise to give a child ________ he or she wants.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
21. ---Who called me this morning when I was not?
----A man calling ______ Robert.
A. his B. himself C. his D. 不填
22. Look out! Don’t get too close to the house ______ roof is under repair.
A. whose B. which C. of which D. what
23. Sorry. Madam. You’d better come tomorrow because it’s ______ the visiting hours.
A. during B. at C. beyond D. before
24. Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seat belts. The plane ________.
A. takes off B. is taking off C. has taken off D. took off
25. —How long do you think it will be ______ China sends a manned spaceship to the moon?
—Perhaps two or three years.
A. when B. until C. that D. before
26. Green products are becoming more and more popular because they are environmentally_______.
A. friendly B. various C. common D. changeable
27. If it were not for the fact that she_______ sing, I would invite her to the party.
A. couldn’t B. shouldn’t C. can’t D. might not
28. She ______ Japanese when she was in Japan. Now she can speak it freely.
A. B. C. D.
29. I’m sure you’d rather she went to school by bus,_______?
A. hadn’t you B. wouldn’t you C. aren’t D. didn’t she
30. _______homework did we have to do that we had no time to take a rest.
A. So much B. Too much C. Too little D. So little
31. The moment the 28th Olympic Games _______ open, the whole world cheered.
A. declared B. have been declared
C. have declared D. were declared
32. The workers will go on strike if the demands they _______ put forward are turned down.
A. could B. would C. 不填 D. had
33. _______for the breakdown of the school computer network, Alice was in low spirits.
A. Blaming B. Blamed C. To blame D. To be blamed
34. —It’s burning hot today, isn’t it?
—Yes. ________ yesterday.
A. So was it B. So it was C. So it is D. So is it
35. Always read the ________ on the bottle carefully and take the right amount of medicine.
A. explanations B. instructions C. descriptions D. introduction
第二节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1. 5分，满分30分）
The battle was followed by a terrible storm. Therefore, it wasn’t until October 26 that Vice. Admiral(海军中将) Collingwood was ___36___to send off his report to Britain ___37___the victory and Nelson’s death.
He chose ___38___ the task one of the smallest ships in his fleet. Pickle, ___39___ by Captain Lapenotiere. In spite of ___40___ winds and rough seas. Pickle made the ___41___ of more than 1,000 miles in just over eight days, ___42___ Falmouth on the morning of November 4.
From there. Captain Lapenotiere ___43___ a fast post chaise(轻便马车)to London, traveling ___44___ for___37___hours. He reached the Admiralty in Whitehall at 1 a. m. on Wednesday, November 6-less than 11 days after he had ___45___Collingwood.
Most of the officials had gone to bed ___46___, but the secretary was still 47 in the famous Board Room. Lapenotiere hurried in and ___48___the report whit the simple words; “Sir, we have gained a great victory. But we have ___49___ Lord Nelson. ”
Copies of the report were quickly made and ___50___ to the prime Minister and King George Ⅲ. A special edition of a ___51___ was rushed out and delivered all over the country.
The atmosphere of public ___52___ for the victory was weakened by widespread sorrow the ___53___ of Nelson. As one poet later wrote; “The victory of Trafalgar was ___54___, indeed, with the usual forms of rejoicing(欢庆), ___55___they were without joy. ”
36. A. eager B. anxious C. able D. sure
37. A. announcing B. telling C. mentioning D. warning
38. A. with B. from C. for D. among
39. A. seated B. brought C. owned D. led
40. A. strong B. weak C. warm D. light
41. A. leaving for B. arriving at C. staying in D. sailing for
42. A. leaving for B. arriving at C. staying in D. sailing for
43. A. made B. took C. kept D. sat
44. A. freely B. aimlessly C. slowly D. continuously
45. A. seen B. found C. told D. left
46. A. long before B. long ago C. before long D. long after
47. A. on leave B. on business C. at work D. at sea
48. A. took over B. handed over C. gave out D. turned out
49. A. defeated B. beaten C. missed D. lost
50. A. sent B. carried C. suggested D. written
51. A. book B. newspaper C. weekly D. magazine
52. A. hope B. search C. desire D. happiness
53. A. return B. failure C. death D. injury
54. A. congratulated B. celebrated C. gained D. reported
55. A. and B. so C. for D. hut
第三部分 阅读理解（共20 小题；每小题2分，满分40分）
Getting paid to talk about the World Cup is a great job. I’m not a football commentator(评论员),though-just an English teacher in Japan.
I came to Japan two years ago, and didn't think I would stay, but Japan has that effect on you. People after end up living here longer than they planned. I think it’s best to teach in a biggest city where there are other foreigners to mix with, rather than a small town where English teachers often complain of feeling like a goldfish in a bowl. Many people choose to live in Tokyo, of course, which is good for the nightlife factor. But I’d say that for general quality of living, cities of neither too large nor too small, like Sapporo where I live, are better choices.
I teach English privately, which means I’m my own boss. If you want to devote yourself to private teaching, it’s well worth doing a TEFL course first, because your lessons will be much better for it. The problem with private teaching is finding students; it took me a year to build up a full schedule(日程表)of private lessons, so I started out teaching in schools part time.
Most of my foreign friends here work full-time for big English conversation schools. The salary is fine to live on. But whether you can save money depends on how much going out and traveling you do here.
The schools are reluctant to take time off – even teachers with tickets for the England-Argentina game had trouble getting the day off.
56. From the passage we know in Japan the write likes to jive in_______.
A. Tokyo B. a small town
C. a city of middle site D. a bit city
57. According to the writer, one had better ________first to do private teaching better.
A. take a TEFL course B. decide his or her own lessons
C. find students D. build up a full schedule
58. The underlined sentence in the second paragraph implies that_______.
A. there are many foreigners in Japan
B. Japan is good for nightlife
C. they can teach English privately in Japan
D. Japan has something more attractive than expected
59. The underlined word “reluctant” in the passage may probably mean_____.
A. kind B. unwilling C. free D. careless
As skies are filled with millions of migrating(迁徙)birds, European scientists say the seasonal wonder appears to be strange; the fatter that bird, the better it flies.
The results of their study led to a theory opposite to a central one of aerodynamics(空气动力学), which says that the power needed to fly increases with weight.
For birds, obviously, the cost of flying with heavy fat is much smaller than we used to think. Researchers found that red knoll wading birds double their normal body weight of 100 grams before making their twice-a-year nonstop flight between the British Isles and the Russian Arctic. Distance; 5,000 kilometers.
Another study in the magazine Nature measured the advantage of flying in an aerodynamic group which allows birds to save energy by flying smoothly and quietly in the lead bird’s air stream.
Flying in groups, their heart rates were 14. 5 percent lower than flying alone, according to Henri, a French scientist. The findings help explain how birds complete difficult migrations. Researchers had thought that thinner, stronger birds would have the best chance to survive.
The first study suggests that building up fat to be burnt as fuel during the migration is worth more than the energy it takes to carry the additional weight.
In the study, researchers said their learn studied the birds flown at different body weights during 28 simulated(模拟的)flights. They forced a small amount of special water into the birds’ bodies so that they could measure the amount of energy burnt during the flight.
60. A red knot wading bird of 100 grams will probably weigh _____before making its nonstop migrating flight.
A.___50___grams B. 100 grams C. 150 grams D. 200 grams
61. During their migrating flight, red knot wading birds can save energy by flying_______.
A. separately B. alone C. in groups D. in pairs
62. A _______red not wading bird has a better chance to survive during its migrating flight.
A. stronger B. weaker C. thinner D. fatter
63. The best title for this passage may probably be________.
A. Birds Thin Down For Journey B. Birds Fatten Up For Journey
C. How Birds Build Up Fat For Journey
D. How Birds Burn Energy For Journey
Next to the Castle lies The Hub, home of the Edinburgh International Festival and one of the most talked about spots in town. Our cafe is open every day for mouth-watering lunches, snacks and fine dining. Come in and enjoy the atmosphere of The Hub, or watch the world go by from our beautiful terrace.
The Hub, Castlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh. Open every day from 9:30 a. m. till late.
Tel: 0131 473 2067 www. thehub-edinburgh. com
Enjoy being “A Farmer for a Day”. Join in delivering and feeding our spring babies-bottle feeding sessions twice daily. Fun for all family. Horse Rides, BMX Bikes Cross Country Course, Tractor through 600 acres, New Adventure Playground, Nature Trails. Full details on website.
Open: May-Oct Wednesdays to Saturdays and daily during school holidays 11 a. m. -5 p. m.
Tel: 01797 260256/260321 www. farmworld-rye. co. uk
Enter the Europe-wide student competition!
Are you curious, creative and energetic? Are you interested in the new media? Are you between 12 and 19 years of age? Then Join Multimedia 2006 is for you!
Your challenge will be to build a team and develop a multimedia presentation in English-based on one of three different topics. You can register(报名)between May I and June 15, 2006 and will have to turn in your entry before September 15, 2006.
The rewards are wonderful: & 150,000 in prize for schools and the chance to-attend a European student camp - plus new experiences, an opportunity to make friends throughout Europe!
For further information and registration forms go to; www. Siemens. Com/join _ multimedia.
64. You’ll have to register first if you want________.
A. to enjoy delicious food
B. to try Tractor Ride through 600 acres
C. to enter the Europe-wide student competition
D. to watch the world go by from the beautiful terrace
65. According to the passage, there will be ______rewards for the Europe-wide student competition.
A. only one B. two C. three D. four
66. You can visit Farm World________.
A. on Monday in May B. any day in October
C. at 2 p. m. at Christmas D. at 10:30 a. m. during school holidays
67. From the advertisements above, we can learn that_______.
A. Cafe Hub is a popular place in the local area
B. families can enjoy Horse Rides on New Adventure Playground
C. Farm World provides lunches, snacks and fine dining.
D. the Europe-wide student competition will be held on June 15, 2006
There are two main forms of teaching in Nottingham University: seminar (研讨会) and lecture. They are very different from the sort of teaching most often used in schools and colleges.
In seminars you will be taught will discussion focusing on a text or topic set in advance in a Friendly and informal atmosphere. The purpose is to provide an opportunity to try out new ideas and to think through difficulties with fellow-learners. Students develop friendships through groups, as well as learning more about other people’s ideas. You can also know your tutors as an individual rather than a face at the end of the room.
Lectures are the most formal. There may be over a hundred in the audience and the lecture will last about fifty minutes. The value of the lecture is that it can present to a large number of people information which is not readily available in books, that it can give you an opportunity to hear a specialist develop a coherent(有条理的) argument, and that it can show visual material to a wide audience.
You typical week’s a work will feel strange after school or college since there are fewer timetabled teaching hours. Each week in the first year you may attend about six lectures and four to six seminars or tutorials(辅导). For the rest of the time you are working on your own, doing the necessary reading in preparation for tutorials or writing seminar papers. When writing an essay or carrying out project work, you can often discuss with your about the title and topic.
68. The purpose of the passage is_______.
A. to introduce two main forms of reaching
B. to persuade you to try out new ideas
C. to stress the importance of discussion
D. to make you believe that seminar is more helpful
69. One of the values of the lecture is ______.
A. to make friends through groups
B. to learn more about other people’s ideas
C. to offer a chance to discuss with a specialist
D. to present to students information not found in books
70. Your typical week’s work in the university will feel strange because______.
A. you may have no project work after class
B. you may give lectures and seminars
C. you may have fewer timetabled teaching hours
D. you may write seminar papers with fellow-learners
71. We can learn from the passage that__________.
A. seminar is better than lecture
B. lecture is better than seminar
C. seminar is more formal than lecture
D. lecture is more formal than seminar
Despite the high technology and investment(投资) in flood defences by the Environment Agency(环保局)，there is no way to stop all flooding-sooner or later nature will produce something that will beat even the strongest defences.
Warning people of this danger is very important if we are to prevent the great loss of life seen fifty-three years ago. Indeed if the Flood Warning system that currently exists had been around on that cold, stormy night in January 1953, many lives would have been spared.
The Environment Agency took over the role of flood warning in 1995 from the police who had to go door to door or sound alarms to get the news not. The service is being constantly improved and a combination of better technology and increased investment following the Easter Floods of 1998 has led to the creation of Floodline and an automatic(自动) messaging system that can warn thousands of people in very little time.
The Flood Warning team in Kent has also sent letters to the people living close to the rivers or the sea and invited them to join the AVM (automated voice messaging) system. Anyone choosing to take up this free service will receive a recorded message directly to their home, business or pager telling them of the level of warming, giving them as much time as possible to carry out their flood plan and save items that cannot be replaced if lost or damaged, such as photographs or children’s favorite toys.
72. Choose the correct statements from the following according to the passage.
a. Many people lost their lives in the flood in 1953.
b. The Flood Warning system was already in use in 1953.
c. Flood defences can stop all flooding.
d. The Environment Agency began to warn people of flood in 1995.
e. Floodline was created after the Easter Floods of 1998.
A. a, b, c B. b, c, d C. a, c, e D. a, d, e
73. What does the underlined word “pager” mean in the passage?
A. A boy employed to carry luggage in hotels.
B. A piece of equipment designed to receive and show messages.
C. A page of papers written to offer messages.
D. A person invited to write pages of messages.
74. People can easily get information and advice about flood any time of the day from______.
A. automatic messaging system
B. Floodline 0845 988 1188
C. the Flood Warning team in Kent
D. automated voice messaging system
75. The best title for this passage may probably be_______.
A. Environment Agency
B. Technology In Flood Defences
C. Flood Warning System
D. Easter Floods
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4. 参考词汇：偏食be particular about food 零食 snack
As we all know, we are what we eat. Therefore, it’s very important for us to form healthy eating habits.
That’s all. Thank you!
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第二节One Possible Version
As we all know, we are what we eat. Therefore, it’s a very important for us to from healthy eating habits. However, bad eating habits are still very common among us students. Some of us often go to school without breakfast; some like to have snacks; some others are particular about food; and still some eat or drink too much. All these bad habits will surely do harm to our health.
To keep fit, we should have various healthy diets, which generally include proper amounts of fish, meat, vegetables, fruit as well as main food. Besides, we’d better have meals regularly.
In my opinion, we should try to develop healthy eating habits to build up a strong body. Only in this way can we have enough energy to study better.
That’s all. Thank you!