I. 单项填空(共40小题,计分40分)

A) 从A、B、C、D中找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项。


A. gave B. save

C. hat D. made


1. library

A. language B. material

C. operate D. labour

2. courage

A. cousin B. count

C. youth D. cough

3. refer

A. research B. fisherman

C. disappear D. recordder

4. pleasure

A. expression B. musician

C. ocean D. conclusion

5. snatch

A. stomach B. technical

C. charge D. character

B) 从A、B、C、D中找出适当的字母或字母组合使以下所给单词完整与正确。


A. ea B. ee

C. ie D. eu


6. p__ticul

A. ar; er B. er; ar

C. er; er D. ar; ar

7. pr__n__nce

A. o; ou B. o; u

C. e; ou D. e; u

8. c__nt__nent

A. o; a B. u; I

C. o; I D. u; a

9. n__m__l

A. ur; a B. or; e

C. or; a D. ur; e


A. o; ou B. o; eu

C. ou; ou D. ou; eu


C) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的正确答案.

例:He comes late sometimes, _______?

A. is he B. isn't he

C. comes he D. doesn't he


11. Paul doesn't have to be made _______. He always works hard.

A. learn B. to learn

C. learned D. learning

12. ─Your phone number again? I _______ quite catch it.

─It's 9568442.

A. didn't B. couldn't

C. don't D. can't

13. She thought I was talking about her daughter, _______, in fact, I was talking about my daughter.

A. whom B. where

C. which D. while

14. When a pencil is partly in a glass of water, it looks as if it _______.

A. breaks B. has broken

C. were broken D. had been broken

15. ─There were already five people in the car but they managed to take me as well.

─It _______ a comfortable journey.

A. can't be B. shouldn't be

C. mustn't have been D. couldn't have been

16. ─_______ the sports meet might be put off.

─Yes, it all depends on the weather.

A. I've been told B. I've told

C. I'm told D. I told

17. They were all very tired, but _______ of them would stop to take a rest.

A. any B. some

C. none D. neither

18. Can you believe that in a _______ rich country there should be _______ many poor people?

A. such; such B. such; so

C. so; so D. so; such

19. We agreed _______ here but so far she hasn't turned up yet.

A. having met B. meeting

C. to meet D. to have met

20.As she _______ the newspaper, Granny asleep.

A. read; was falling

B. was reading; fell

C. was reading; was falling

D. read; fell

21. All the leading newspapers _______ the trade talks between China and the United States.

A. reported B. printed

C. announced D. published

22. I hope there are enough glasses for each guest to have _______.

A. it B. those

C. them D. one

23. If we work with a strong will, we can overcome any difficulty, _______ great it is.

A. what B. how

C. however D. whatever

24. You don't need to describe her. I _______ her several times.

A. had met B. have met

C. met D. meet

25. I can hardly hear the radio. Would you _______ please?

A. turn it on B. turn it down

C. turn it up D. turn it off

26. -You were brave enough to raise objections at the meeting.

-Well, now I regret _______ that.

A. to do B. to be doing

C. to have done D. having done

27. -Have you finished your report yet?

-No, I'll finish in _______ ten minutes.

A. another B. other

C. more D. less

28. You're _______ your time trying to persuade him; he'll never join us.

A. spending B. wasting

C. losing D. missing

29. -How was your recent visit to Qingdao?

-It was great. We visited some friends, and spent the days at the _______ seaside.

A. few last sunny B. last few sunny

C. last sunny few D. few sunny last

30.-I'll be away on a business trip. Would you mind looking after my cat?

-Not at all. _______.

A. I've no time B. I'd rather not

C. I'd like it D. I'd be happy to

31. It's nearly seven o'clock. Jack _______ be here at any moment.

A. must B. need

C. should D. can

32. -I'd like _______ information about the management of your hotel, please.

-Well, you could have word with the manager. He might be helpful.

A. some; a B. an; some

C. some; some D. an; a

33. It was not until 1920 _______ regular radio broadcasts began.

A. while B. which

C. that D. since

34. -What did you think of her speech?

-She _______ for one hour but didn't _______ much.

A. spoke; speak B. spoke; say

C. said; speak D. said; say

35. The boy wanted to ride his bicycle in the street, but his mother told him _______.

A. not to B. not to do

C. not do it D. do not to

36. Would you like a cup of coffee _______ shall we get down to business right away?

A. and B. then

C. or D. otherwise

37. _______ is a fact that English is being accepted as an international language.

A. There B. This

C. That D. It

38. Not until all the fish died in the river _______ how serious the pollution was.

A. did the villagers realize

B. the villagers realized

C. the villagers did realize

D. didn't the villagers realize

39. I don't think Jim saw me; he _______ into space.

A. just stared B. was just staring

C. has just stared D. had just stared

40.He gained his by _______ printing _______ of famous writers.

A. wealth; work B. wealths works

C. wealths; work D. wealth; works

II. 完形填空(共20小题,计分30)


Washoe is a young chimpanzee(黑猩猩). She is no ___41___ chimpanzee, though. Scientists are doing a research ___42___ her. They want to see how civilized(驯化) she can ___43___. Already she does many things a human being can do.

For example, she has been learning how to exchange ___44___ with people. The scientists are teaching her ___45___ language. When she wants to be picked ___46___, Washoe points up with one finger. She rubs her teeth with her finger ___47___ she wants to brush her teeth. This is done after every meal.

Washoe has also been ___48___ to think out and find answers to problems. Once she was put in a ___49___ with food hanging from the ceiling. It was too high to ___50___. After she considered the ___51___, she got a tall box to stand ___52___. The food was still too high to be reached. Washoe found a ___53___ pole. Then she climbed onto the ___54___, grasped the pole, and ___55___ down the food with the pole.

Washoe ___56___ like a human, too. The scientists keep her in a fully furnished(家具齐全的) house. After a hard ___57___ in the laboratory, she goes home, ___58___ she plays with her toys. She ___59___ enjoys watching television before going to bed.

Scientists hope to ___60___ more about people by studying our closest, relative(亲属) -chimpanzee.

41. A. foolish B. ordinary

C. special D. simple

42. A. for B. by

C. to D. on

43. A. experience B. change

C. develop D. become

44. A. actions B. views

C. messages D. feelings

45. A. sign B. human

C. spoken D. foreign

46. A. out B. at

C. on D. up

47. A. when B. until

C. since D. while

48. A. raised B. trained

C. ordered D. led

49. A. cave B. zoo

C. room D. museum

50.A. pull B. see

C. eat D. reach

51. A. problem B. position

C. food D. ceiling

52. A. by B. on

C. up D. with

53. A. straight B. strong

C. long D. big

54. A. wall B. box

C. ceiling D. pole

55. A. knocked B. picked

C. took D. shook

56. A. lives B. acts

C. thinks D. plays

57. A. task B. lesson

C. day D. time

58. A. Here B. There

C. So D. Then

59. A. quite B. already

C. even D. still

60.A. observe B. discover

C. gain D. learn

III. 阅读理解(共20小题,计分40)



Fat on human beings is distributed(分布) in different ways. Some fat people have a large stomach and no waistline-which makes them look round, rather like apples. Others are fatter below the waist, which makes them appear pear-shaped(梨形的).

There are two types of fat: external fat (fat under the skin) and internal fat (fat inside the body wall). Doctors, who have been examining the relationship between health and fatness, have found that the ‘pears' have less internal fat, but the ‘apples' have more internal fat than external fat. This seems to be what causes the health problems.

The best treatment for fatness is to reduce the internal fat. But unfortunately it seems that dieting(节食) simply makes an apple-shaped person into a smaller apple and a pear-shaped person into a smaller pear. At the moment there is no known way of reducing the internal rather than external fat.

61. The text is mainly about ________.

A. fatness and health B. ways to lose weigh

C. people's figures D. distribution of fat

62. Which of the following people is most likely to have health problems?

63. When a pear-shaped person becomes thinner, he/she loses more .

A. internal fat than external fat

B. external fat than internal fat

C. fat above the waist

D. fat below the waist



Frank Smithson woke up and leaned over to turn off the alarm clock. "Oh no!" he thought to himself." Another day at that office; a boss who shouts at me all the time."

As Frank went downstairs his eyes fell on a large brown envelope by the door. He was overjoyed when he opened it and read the letter inside." Bigwoods Football Pools(足球赌博公司) would like to congratulate you. You have won half a million pounds."

Frank suddenly came to life. The cigarette(香烟) fell from his lips as he let out a shout that could be heard halfway down the street.

At 11: 30 Frank arrived at work. "Please explain why you're so late," his boss said. "Go and jump in the lake," replied Frank. "I've just come into a little money so this is good-bye. Find yourself someone else to shout at."

That evening Frank was smoking a very expensive Havana cigar(雪茄) when a knock was heard on the door. He rushed to the door. Outside were two men, neatly dressed in grey suits. "Mr Smithson," one of them said, "we're from Bigwoods Pools. I'm afraid there's been a terrible mistake..."

64. What do we know about Frank?

A. He was a lazy man.

B. He was a lucky person.

C. He didn't make a lot of money.

D. He didn't get on well with his boss.

65. When he heard the knock at the door, Frank probably thought _______.

A. someone had come to make an apology

B. someone had come to give him the money

C. his friends had come to ask about the football pools

D. his friends had come to congratulate him on his luck

66. On hearing "...there's been a terrible mistake..." Frank was most likely to be _______.

A. disappointed B. worried

C. nervous D. curious



The idea of fighting a noise by making more noise sounds strange, but that's exactly what motor engineers are doing in Germany and some other countries.

Carmakers' research and development laboratories have already proved that mixing in more noise with the help of loudspeakers can reduce the unwanted noise.

Physicists have known about the technique for a long time. Sound is made up of pressure waves in the air. If two sound waves of the same frequency(频率) mix so that the highest point of one wave happens at the same time with the lowest point of the other wave, the result is no sound. Therefore, by producing a perfect copy of the noise and delaying it by half a wave cycle(周期), we can kill the unwanted noise. Using this technique many carmakers are racing to develop noise-killing systems both inside and outside the cars.

Another good thing about the use of noise-killing systems is that it saves the need for a silencer, which not only reduces the weight of a car, but also makes the motor burn less oil and work better.

Some engineers believe that the noise-killing system will be used in most cars in 1996. But the carmakers haven't decided if they will put it into production because it would add several hundred dollars to the cost of their cars.

67. Which of the following gives a general idea of how the noise-killing system works?

A. By producing pressure waves going in the opposite direction.

B. By mixing high frequency sound waves with low frequency sound waves.

C. By making copies of the unwanted sound waves and letting them out a little later.

D. By mixing new sound waves with the noise and sending them out together.

68. Besides its main function(功能) the noise-killing system can .

A. make a car lighter

B. make a car quieter

C. reduce the cost of a silencer

D. improve the performance of a silencer

69. The noise-killing system is not yet popular mainly because .

A. it increases the cost of car production

B. carmakers are not sure if it is necessary

C. it is still being tried out

D. people still have their doubts



The Great Fire of London started in the very early hours of 2 September 1666. In four days it destroyed more than three-quarters of the old city, where most of the houses were wooden and close together. One hundred thousand people became homeless, but only a few lost their lives.

The fire started on Sunday morning in the house of the King's baker(面包师) in Pudding Lane. The baker, with his wife and family, was able to get out through a window in the roof. A strong wind blew the fire from the bakery(面包房) into a small hotel next door. Then it spread quickly into Thames Street. That was the beginning.

By eight o'clock three hundred houses were on fire. On Monday nearly a kilometer of the city was burning along the River Thames. Tuesday was the worst day. The fire destroyed many well-known buildings, old St Paul's and the Guildhall among them.

Samuel Pepys, the famous writer, wrote about the fire. People threw their things into the river. Many poor people stayed in their houses until the last moment. Birds fell out of the air because of the heat.

The fire stopped only when the King finally ordered people to destroy hundreds of buildings in the path of the fire. With nothing left to burn, the fire became weak and finally died out.

After the fire, Christopher Wren, the architect(建筑师), wanted a city with wider streets and fine new houses of stone. In fact, the streets are still narrow; but he did build more than fifty churches, among them new St Paul's.

The fire caused great pain and loss, but after it London was a better place: a city for the future and not just of the past.

70.The fire began in _________.

A. a hotel B. the palace

C. Pudding Lane D. Thames Street

71. The underlined word "family" in the second paragraph means _________.

A. home B. children

C. wife and husband D. wife and children

72. It seems that the writer of the text was most sorry for the fact that _________.

A. some people lost their lives

B. the birds in the sky were killed by the fire

C. many famous buildings were destroyed

D. the King's bakery was burned down

73. Why did the writer cite(引用) Samuel Pepys?

A. Because Pepys was among those putting out the fire.

B. Because Pepys also wrote about the fire.

C. To show that poor people suffered most.

D. To give the reader a clearer picture of the fire.

74. How was the fire put out according to the text?

A. The king and his soldiers came to help.

B. All the wooden houses in the city were destroyed.

C. People managed to get enough water from the river.

D. Houses standing in the direction of the fire were pulled down.

75. Which of the following were reasons for the rapid spread of the big fire?

a. There was a strong wind.

b. The streets were very narrow.

c. Many houses were made of wood.

d. There was not enough water in the city.

e. People did not discover the fire earlier.

A. a and b B. a, b and c

C. a, b, c and d D. a, b, c. d. and e



During the summer holidays there will be a revised(修改过的) schedule(时刻表) of services for the students. Changes for dining-room and library service hours and for bus schedules will be posted on the wall outside of the dining-hall. Weekly film and concert schedules, which are being arranged(安排), will be posted each Wednesday outside of the student club.

In the summer holidays, buses going to the town center will leave the main hall every hour on the half hour during the day. The dining-room will serve three meals a day from 7: 00 am to 7: 00 pm during the week and two meals from noon to 7: 00 pm on weekends. The library will continue its usual hours during the week, but have shorter hours on Saturdays and Sundays. The weekend hours are from noon to 5: 00 pm.

All students who want to use the library borrowing services must have a new summer card. This announcement will also appear in the next week's student newspaper.

76. The main purpose of this announcement is to _________.

A. tell students of important schedule changes

B. tell students of new bus and library services

C. show the excellent services for students

D. ask students to renew their library cards

77. At which of the following times will the bus leave the main hall?

A. 8: 00, 9: 00, 10: 00, 11: 00

B. 8: 00, 9: 30, 10: 30, 11: 30

C. 8: 30, 9: 00, 9: 30, 10: 00

D. 8: 00, 9: 30, 11: 00, 12: 30

78. Times for films and concerts are not listed in this announcement because _________.

A. they are not to be announced

B. they are hard to arrange

C. the full list is not ready

D. the full list is too long

79. In the summer holidays, the library will have _________.

A. no special hours

B. special hours on weekdays

C. special hours on weekends

D. special hours both on weekdays and weekends.

80.We may infer that during the summer holidays _________.

A. the student newspaper will sell more copies

B. there will be a concert or a film once a week

C. many students will stay in the university

D. no breakfast will be served on weekends


IV. 短文改错(共15小题,计分15)

此题要求你对一段文章改错。先对每一行作出判断是对还是错。如果是对的,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√) ;如果有错误(每行不会多于一个错误) ,则按情况改错如下:

此行多一个词,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。

此行缺一个词: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。



When I have free time I go /\ a long walk. Some A. for

people read the books or watch television while B. the

others have sports. Charles and Linda Mason do all C. √

of these things as well as climbed buildings. D. climbing; climb


Dear Mr and Mrs Smith,

I want to thank you again for have me in your (81) _________

home for the summer holidays. I had always (82) _________

wanted return to the village after moving away (83) _________

and it is really great to see most of my old friends again. (84) _________

I told Mother, Father, Sister, all my friends (85) _________

ere that a great time I had. I'll never forget (86) _________

the steamboat ride. I never knew about a ride down (87) _________

a river could be so much exciting. I also enjoyed the (88) _________

evenings when we spent together. And I can't forget (89) _________

the good food you cooked for I. It was wonderful. (90) _________

I hope that both you two could come and visit us (91) _________

some times soon. Father and Mother would love to (92) _________

see you. Maybe you could come during a winter (93) _________

holidays. Uncle Ben will also go back for Christmas (94) _________

I'm sure we'll have a wonderfully time together. (95) _________

With best wishes.

Yours truly



V. 书面表达(计分25)

假定你是李华。你和几个朋友约定星期天在人民公园野餐(to have a picnic) 。你们的英国朋友Peter也应邀参加。请你根据下面的示意图,给他写封短信,告诉他进公园后如何找到你们。

注意:1. 词数80─100。2. 开头语已为你写好。

June lst, 1995

Dear Peter,

We're so glad you're coming to join us on Sunday. Here is how you can find us.




1. B 2. A 3. A 4. D 5. C 6. D 7. A 8. C 9. C 10.A

11. B 12. A 13. D 14. C 15. D 16. A 17. C 18. B 19. C 20.B

21. A 22. D 23. C 24. B 25. C 26. D 27. A 28. B 29. B 30.D

31. C 32. A 33. C 34. B 35. A 36. C 27. D 38. A 39. B 40.D

41. B 42. D 43. D 44. C 45. A 46. D 47. A 48. B 49. C 50.D

51. A 52. B 53. C 54. B 55. A 56. A 57. C 58. B 59. C 60.D

61. A 62. C 63. B 64. D 65. B 66. A 67. C 68. A 69. A 70.C

71. B 72. C 73. D 74. D 75. B 76. A 77. B 78. C 79. C 80.D


IV. Dera Mr and Mrs Smith

I want to thank you again for have me in your (81) having

home for the summer holidays. I had always (82) √

wanted /\ return to the village after moving away (83) to

and it is really great to see most of my old friends again. (84) was

I told Mother, Father, Sister, /\ all my friends (85) and

here that a great time I had. I'll never forget (86) what

the steamboat ride. I never knew about a ride down (87) about或改为that

a river could be so much exciting. I also enjoyed the (88) much

evenings when we spent together. And I can't forget (89) when或改为that

the good food you cooked for I. It was wonderful. (90) me

I hope that both you two could come and visit us (91) both

some times soon. Father and Mother would love to (92) time

see you. Maybe you could come during a winter (93) the

holidays. Uncle Ben will also go back for Christmas. (94) come

I'm sure we'll have a wonderfully time together. (95) wonderful

With best wishes.

Yours truly, Tom

V. One possible version:

June lst, 1995

Dear Peter,

We're so gald you're coming to join us on Sunday. Here is how you can find us. We'll have our picnic in the People's Park. You know where that is, don't you? After you enter the park by the main gate, walk straight on till you come to a stream. Cross the stream and turn right. After walking for a while you'll come to a hill. Walk around to the other side of the hill. There you'll see a lake. We'll have our picnic there in the small woods by the lake. I'm sure you'll have no trouble finding us. Do come!

Li Hua