A. gave B. save
C. hat D. made
A. research B. newspaper C. Christmas D. Thursday
A. envelop B. elect C. recent D. develop
A. Europe B. robot C. salt D. wander
A. certainly B. neighbour C. believe D. flight
A. chain B. church C. stomach D. machine
6. parent A. glare B. measure C. failure D. capital
B) 根据下列对话的情景，找出划线句子中一般要重读.5pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Times的单词。
7. —What does Frank do?
—He’s an engineer, like me.
A. engineer, me B. engineer, like
C. engineer, like, me D. engineer
8. —Excuse me, but could I borrow your dictionary?
—Of course. I’m not using it now.
A. Of, course, using B. Of, course, not, using
C. course, not, using D. course, using, now
9. John: (1) When do you get paid? (2) At the end of the month?
Mary: (3) No, on the twentieth.
A. (1) 降调 (2) 升调 (3) 降调
B. (1) 降调B. (1) (2) 降调 (3) 降调
C. (1) 升调 (2) 降调 (3) 升调
D. (1) 升调 (2) 降调 (3) 降调
10.Carl: (1) Did you hear about Jenny?
Jane: (2) No, what about her?
Carl: (3) She had such a bad cold that they had to take her to the hospital.
A. (1) 升调 (2) 降调 (3) 升调
B. (1) 升调 (1) 升调 (1) 降调
C. (1) 升调 (2) 降调 (3) 降调
D. (1) 降调 (1) 升调 (1) 降调
例：He comes late sometimes, ____?
A. is he B. isn’t he C. comes he D. doesn’t he
11. Kate and her sister went on holiday with a cousin of _______.
A. their B. theirs C. her D. hers
12. It’s _______ a fine day. Let’s go fishing, _______?
A. won’t we B. will we C. don’t we D. shall we
13. Can you make sure _______ the gold ring?
A. where Alice had put B. where had Alice put
C. where Alice has put D. where has Alice put
14. —Can I help you?
—Well, I’m afraid the box is _______ heavy for you, but thank you all the same.
A. so B. much C. very D. too
15. _______ the day went on, the weather got worse.
A. With &nbsGHTp; B. Since C. While D. As
16. The new secretary is supposed to report to the manager as soon as she _______.
A. will arrive B. arrives C. is going to arrive D. is arriving
17. If we had followed his plan, we could have done the job better with _______ money and _______ people.
A. less; less B. fewer; fewer C. less; fewer D. fewer; less
18. Beyond _______ stars, the astronaut saw nothing but _______ space.
A. the; (不填) B. (不填); the C. (不填); (不填) D. the; the
19. Not until I began to work _______ how much time I had wasted.
A. didn’t I realize B. did I realize C. I didn’t realize D. I realized
20.A library with five thousand books _______ to the nation as a gift.
A. is offered B. has offered C. are offered D. have offered
21. I don’t think _______ possible to master a foreign language without much memory work.
A. this B. that C. its D. it
22. LaGst summer I took a course on _______.
A. how to make dresses B. how dresses be made
C. how to be made dresses D. how dresses to be made
23. When I was at college I _______ three foreign languages, but I _______ all except a few words of each.
A. spoke; had forgotten B. spoke; have forgotten
C. had spoken; had forgotten D. had spoken; have forgotten
24. He paid the boy $ 10 for washing ten windows, most of _______ hadn’t been cleaned for at least a year.
A. these B. those C. that D. which
25. He _______ you more help, even though he was very busy.
A. might have given B. might give
C. may have given D. may give
26. The horrible noise from the man’s room simply _______ me mad.
A. put B. caused &nbsTimes New Roman'; mso-bidi-font-size: 12.0p; C. drove D. turned
27. Tom kept quiet about the accident _______ lose his job.
A. so not as to B. so as not to C. so as to not D. not so as to
28. Most of the artists _______ to the party were from South Africa.
A. invited B. to invite C. being invited D. had been invited
29. —Do you mind my taking this seat?
A. Yes, sit down please B. No, of course not
C. Yes, take it please D. No,an you can’t take it
30.His father died and _______ him a lot of money.
A. gave B. left C. sent D. offered
31. After the new technique was introduced, the factory produced _______ tractors in 1988 as the year before.
A. as twice many B. as many twice C. twice as many D. twice many as
32. The police found that the house _______ and a lot of things _______.
A. has broken into; has been stolen B. had broken into; had been stolen
C. has been broken into; stolen D. had been broken into; stolen
33. _______ more attention, the trees could have grown better.
A. Given B. To give C. Giving D. Having given
34. —Excuse me, is this Mr Brown’s office?
—I’m sorry, but Mr Brown _______ works here. He left about three weeks ago.
A. not now B. no more C. not still D. no longer B. p>
35. The pianos in the other shop will be _______, but .
A. cheaper; not as better B. more cheap; not as better
C. cheaper; not as good D. more cheap; not as good
36. —Come on in, Peter. I want to show you something.
—Oh, how nice of you!I _______ you _______ to bring me a gift.
A. never think; are going B. never thought; were going
C. didn’t think; were going D. hadn’t thought; were going
37. _______ this book and tell me what you think of it.
A. Look throughLIN B. Look on C. Look into D. Look up
38. _______ of them knew about the plan because it was kept a secret.
A. Each B. Any C. No one D. None
39. She reached the top of the hill and stopped _______
on a big rock by the side of the path.
A. to have rested B. resting C. to rest D. rest
40.Oh, John. you gave us!
A. How a pleasant surprise B. How pleasant surprise
C. What a pleasant surprise D. What pleasant surprise
While my father was an officer of the British army in South Africa, we lived in a ___41___ house. One ___42___ my father and sister and I were sitting together. He was ___43___ the window. I suddenly ___44___ that he was turning very pale. I sat ___45___, for I did not want to ___46___ my sick sister. Soon father said in a ___47___ voice, “Kate and Joan, a friend of mine ___48___ here to see me this evening, and I wish to be ___49___ him. Will you go up to your own room?” We ___50___, went to our room and closed the door.
Soon I heard a ___51___ like that of a door burst in, and then a climb of feet. They were hurrying ___52___ the narrow stairs. Fearing that there was ___53___ near, I seized the pistol (手枪) on the table. Then I heard my father cry out, “For God’s sake(快!), child, ___54___ the door.” I did so. To my horror(恐怖), I saw, ___55___ my father’s shoulder, a gorilla (大猩猩), the worst enemy of the soldier in ___56___. He was ___57___ my father. I raised the pistol and fired. The animal fell backwards with ___58___ loud cry. Father took the ___59___ smoking pistol from my hand, and fired another shot, which ___60___ the gorilla.
It happened that father ___61___ us upstairs because he thought he would be able to ___62___ the door—which was twenty feet away—___63___ the animal reached it. However, the gorilla was too ___64___ for him; and this was the cause of the ___65___ flight(逃跑) up the stairs.
41. A. two-storeyed B. two storeyed C. two-storeys D. two storeys
42. A. o’clock B. night C. evening D. time
43. A. towards &ALIGNnbsp; B. opposite C. inside D. behind
44. A. knew B. learned C. felt D. noticed
45. A. still B. lonely C. sadly D. unhappily
46. A. hurt B. frighten C. lose D. trouble
47. A. loud B. sad C. calm D. pleasant
48. A. was B. comes C. would be D. is coming
49. A. friendly to B. alone with C. helpful to D. careful with
50.A. promised B. trembled C. obeyed D. replied
51. A. sound B. cry C. voice D. shout
52. A. to B. down C. through D. up
53. A. some difficulty B. a thief
C. some danger D. an accident
54. A. open B. close C. pull D. draw
55. A. on B. above C. over D. from
56. A. South America B. Africa
C. South Asia D. Europe
57. A. aiming at B. marching towards
C. shooting at D. running after
58. A. an exciting B. a calm C. an angry D. a natural
59. A. still B. yet C. even D. already
60.A. hit B. murdered C. frightened D. killed
61. A. had taken B. had sent C. had driven D. had forced
62. A. push B. lock C. guard D. defend
63. A. until B. when C. before D. though
64. A. quick B. huge C. heavy D. stupid
65. A. anxious B. fearless C. excited D. hurried
A well-known old man was being interviewed(采访) and was asked if it was correct that he had just celebrated his ninety-ninth birthday.
”That’s right, “ said the old man.” Ninety-nine years old, and I haven’t an enemy in the world. They’re all dead.”
”Well, sir, “ said the interviewer, “I hope very much to hav6pt; TEXT-ALIGN:e the honour of interviewing you on your hundredth birthday.”
The old man looked at the young man closely, and said, “I can’t see why you shouldn’t. You look fit and healthy to me!”
66. The old man said he had not an enemy in the world, which shows that he was a very
A. friendly man—he never made any enemies.
B. healthy man—he lived longer than all his enemies.
C. lucky man—his enemies had all die 19.85ptd.
D. terrible man—he had got rid of all his enemies.
67. When the interviewer said that he hoped very much to have the honour of interviewing the old man again the following year,
A. he was trying to make the old man happy.
B. he wished he himself would live another year.
C. he did not believe the old man would live to be one hundred.
D. he did not believe he would interview the old man again.
68. When the old man said “I can’t see why you shouldn’t”, what he meant was
A. “You must try to live another year to interview me again next year.”
B. “Of course you can see me again since you’re so fit and healthy.”
C. “If I live to a hundred years, you should interview me again.”
D. “Unless you live another year, you wouldn’t be able to interview me again.”
69. What kind of man would you say the old man was?
A. He was silly.
B. He was unpleasant.
C. He was very proud and sure of his health.
D. He was very impolite to young people.
Annealing is a way of making metal softer by heating it and then letting it cool very slowly. If metal is heated and then cooled very quickly, for example by dipping (浸) it in water, it will be very hard but also very brittle(脆) —that is, It will break easily. Metal that has been annealed is soft but does not break as easily. It is possible to make metal as hard or as soft as is wished, by annealing it. The metal is heated, and allowed to cool slowly, for a certain length of time. The longer the heated metal takes to cool slowly, the softer it becomes. Annealing can also be used on other materials, such as glass.
70.Annealing can make metal
A. hard and tough(韧). B. hard but brittle.
C. soft but tough. D. soft and brittle.
71. Why do people put hot metal in water?
A. To make it hard. B. To make it soft.
C. To make it cool. D. To make it brittle.
72. In annealing, the required hardness of a metal depends on
A. the quantity of water used.
B. the temperature of the metal.
C. the softness of the metal.
D. the timing of the operation.
73. As suggested by the text, how can glass be made less brittle?
A. It can be heated and then cooled quickly.
B. It can be cooled and then heated slowly.
C. It can be heated and then cooled slowly.
D. It can be cooled and then heated quickly.
”I would almost rather see you dead, “ Robert S. Cassatt, a leading banker(银行家) of Philadelphia, shouted when his twenty-year-old eldest daughter announced that she wanted to become an artist. In the 19th century, playing at drawing or painting on dishes was all right for a young lady, but serious work in art was not. And when the young lady’s family ranked among(跻身于) the best of Philadelphia’s social(社交界的) families, such an idea could not even be considered.
That was how Mary Cassatt, born 1844, began her struggle as an artist. She did not tremble before her father’s anger. Instead, she opposed(抗拒) him with courage and at last made him change his mind. Mary Cassatt gave up her social position(社会地位) and all thought of a husband and a family, which in those times was unthinkable for a young lady. In the end, after long years of hard work and perseverance(坚持), she became America’s most important woman artist and the internationally recognized leading woman painter of the time.
74. How did Mr Cassatt react(反应) when his daughter made her announcement?
A. He feared for her life. B. He was very angry.
C. He nearly killed her. D. He warned her.
75. What in fact was Mr Cassatt’s main reason in opposing his daughter’s wish?
A. Drawing and painting was simply unthinkable among ladies in those days.
B. He did not believe his daughter wanted to work seriously in art.
C. He believed an artist’s life would be tot; o hard for his daughter.
D. Ladies of good families simply did not become artists in those times.
76. What made Mary Cassatt’s “struggle” to become a recognized artist especially hard?
A. She was a woman.
B. Her father opposed her.
C. She had no social position.
D. She did not come from an artist’s family.
77. What do we know about Mary Cassatt’s marriage(婚姻) ?
A. Her marriage failed because she never gave a thought to her husband and family.
B. She never married because she did not want to be just a wife and mother.
C. MARGI After marriage she decided to give up her husband rather than her career(事业).
D. She did not marry because for a lady of her social position to marry below her was unthinkable.
78. What do we know about Robert Cassatt’s character from the text?
A. He was a cruel man.
B. He was a stubborn(固执的) man.
C. He knew nothing about art.
D. He knew little about his daughter.
79. What do we know about Mary Cassatt’s character?
A. She was brave in going against old ideas.
B. She got tired of always obeying her father.
C. She hated playing at drawing and painting.
D. She did not mind being poor at all.
80.As we can learn from the text, which of the following was generally considered the most important in the life of a woman in the U. S. in Mary Cassatt’s times?
A. Money. B. Career.
C. Marriage. D. Courage.
Benin is one of the smallest African states. It lies in West Africa on the Gulf(海湾) of Guinea, to the south of Burkina Faso and Niger, between Togo on the west and Nigeria on the east.
Benin used to be called Dahomey and was controlled and ruled by France from 1893 to 1960, when it became independent(独立). In 1963 the army general Soglo overthrew(推翻) the first president Maga. Soglo set up an army government and called himself head of state in 1965, but was overthrown and replaced(取代) by a civilian(非军人) government in 1967. In December 1969 Benin had another change of power with the army again taking over(接管). In May 1970, Maga and two other men set up a new government, with each of them acting as president in turn for two years. However, half a year after Maga turned over power to the second man Ahomadegbe, the three-man government was overthrown by the army once more and General Kerekou became president. In November 1975 Kerekou changed the name of the nation from Dahomey to Benin, Benin being the name of a 17th century kingdom covering the same place. Kerekou also announced that Benin would be a People’s Republic based on Marxism-Leninism.
81. Which of the following maps(199001) shows rightly the positions of Benin and its neighbouring countries?(Bn=Benin ; Tg=Togo ; Nr=Niger ; BF=Burkina Faso ; Na=Nigeria ; GG=Gulf of Guinea)
82. For how long was Benin under France?
A. For over a century.
B. For roughly a century.
C. For over half a century.
D. Under half a century.
83. For how long was Benin an independent state before it became a People’s Republic?
A. 15 years. B. 25 years.
C. 20 years. D. 30 years.
84. Choose the right order in which the following people ruled in Benin. (Ah=Ahomadegbe; Ke=Kerekou; Ma=Maga; So=Soglo)
A. So, Ma, Ah, Ma, Ke B. Ma, So, Ma, Ke, Ah
C. So, Ma, Ke, Ma, Ah D. Ma, So, Ma, Ah, Ke
85. When and how did Benin get its two names—Benin and Dahomey?
A. Dahomey was its oldest name, but it has been replaced by Benin.
B. Benin was its oldest name. The name Dahomey was used later, but has been replaced by Benin again.
C. Dahomey was its oldest name. The name Benin was used later, but has been replaced by Dahomey again.
D. Benin was its oldest name, but it has been replaced by Dahomey.
1. 背景：张各庄(Zhang Ge Zhuang) 远离其他村庄。过去，儿童上学困难。一九八八年成立本村小学(primary school) 。
科目：6门—语文、数学、自然(science) 、音乐、美术、体育。 3. 学费：免费。
1. D 2. B 3. D 4. B 5. C 6. A 7. A 8. C 9. A 10.C
11. B 12. D 13. C 14. D 15. D 16. B 17. C 18. A 19. B 20.A
21. D 22. A 23. B 24. D 25. A 26. C 27. B 28. A 29. B 30.B
31. C 32. D 33. A 34. D 35. C 36. B 37. A 38. D 39. C 40.C
41. A 42. C 43. B 44. D 45. A 46. B 47. C 48. D 49. B 50.C
51. A 52. D 53. C 54. A 55. C 56. B 57. D 58. C 59. A 60.D
61. B 62. B 63. C 64. A 65. D 66. B 67. A 68. B 69. C 70.C
71. A 72. D 73. C 74. B 75. D 76. A 77. B 78. D 79. A 80.C
81. C 82. C 83. A 84. D 85. B
One possible version:
Zhang Ge Zhuang Primary School
Until 1988 Zhang Ge Zhuang had no school of its own. It was pretty hard for the children of the village who had to go to school in other villages which were all far away.
Now Zhang Ge Zhuang Primary School has three teachers, teaching 48 pupils.
The teachers had finished middle school education before they returned to teach here.
The pupils are divided into five different classes, in which six subjects are taught. These are Chinese, Maths, Science, Music, Drawing and Physical Education.
Education is free for all children in the village.