Part Ⅱ Reading Comprehension (35 minutes)
Directions: There are 4 passages in this part.Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements.For each of them there are four choices marked A),B),C) and D).You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage:
Some radio singals were heard in 1967.They were coming from a point in the sky where there was unknown star.They were coming very regularly,too:about once a second,if they were controlled by clock.
The scientists who heard the signals did not tell anybody else.They were rather afraid to tell in case they frightened people.The signals were coming from a very small body—no bigger,perhaps than the earth.Was that why no light could be seen from it?Or were the signals coming from a planet that belonged to some other star?There was no end to the questions,but the scientists kept the news secret.“Perhaps there are intelligent beings out there.”they thought,“who are trying to send messages to other planets,or to us?So the news was not given to the newspaper.Instead,the scientists studied the signals and searched for others like them...Well,all that happened in 1967 and 1968.Since then scientists have learnt more about those strange,regular,radio signals.And they have told the story,of course.
The signals do not come from a planet;they come from a new kind of star called a “pulsar””.About a hundred other pulsars have now been found,and most of them are very like the first one.
Pulsars are strong radio stars.They are the smallest but the heaviest stars we know at present.A handful of pulsar would weigh a few thousand tons.Their light—if they give much light—is too small for us to see.But we can be sure of this,no intelligent beings are living on them.
21. The radio signals discussed in this passage____.
regular controlled by a clock
heard in 1967 only secret messages
22. The radio singals were sent by____.
A.a satelliteB.a planet
C.a sky body which was unknown at that time
igent beings who were unknown at that time
23. The scientists did not tell people about the signals because____.
singals stood for secret messages
would ask them too many questions
did not want to frighten people
stood for unimportant messages
24. A pulsar is____.
A. a small heavy star which sends out strong radio signals and cannot be seen
B. a small heavy planet which sends out strong radio signals and cannot be seen
C. a small heavy satellite which sends out strong radio signals and cannot be seen
D. a small intelligent being who sends out strong radio signals and cannot be seen 25. Which of the following is true?
A.One of the pulsars found by scientists sends radio signals.
B.Pulsar began to send radio singals in 1967.
C.Scientists have searched for pulsars for many years but found none.
D.Scientists have found many pulsars since 1967.
Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage:
Over vast areas of every continent,the rainfall and vegetation necessary for life are disappearing.Already more than 40 percent of the earth's land is desert or desertlike.About 628 million people—one out of seven—live in these dry regions.In the past,they have managed to survive,but with difficulty.[ZZ(Z]Now largely through problems caused by modern life,their existence is threatened by the slow,steady spread of the earth's deserts.
Scientists still do not understand all the complex problems of the desert,but there have been many ideas for saving the land.Sandi Arabia has planted 10 million
trees to help keep the sand from taking over fertile areas.The Israelis are aga
in using some of the water collection systems left by the ancient people in the
Negev desert.They plan to water their orchards with the extra water.Some Sahel farmers still raise cattle on their poor farm land,but before the cattle are sold,
they are taken to greener lands in the south to get fat.
26. What is the article mainly concerned?
A.The problem of spreading desert.
B.The rainfall and vegetation in desert areas.
C.The water collection systems.
D.The difference between modern life and ancient life.
27. “one out of seven” refers to____.
than a third of the lands' earth
percentage of the earth's land that is desert-like
number of people who live in dry regions
D.a day of a week
28. In paragraph 2,“they are taken to the greener lands in the south.”They
Sahel farm land farmers
29. How many ideas for saving the land are described?
30. Which of the following statements is true, according to the passage?
A.The earth's desert are slowly spreading.
B.One out of 10 people lives in dry regions.
C.Their life in the desert is threatened now by traditional problems.
D.New water wells can solve the problem in Africa's desert.
Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage:
Telephone, television, radio, and telegraph all help people communicate with
each other. Because of these devices, ideas and news of events spread quickly all
over the world. For example, within seconds, people can know the results of an
election in another country. An international football match comes into the homes
of everyone with a television set.News of a disaster such as an earthquake or a
flood can bring help from distant countries within hours, help is on the way. Because of modern technology like the satellites that travel around the world, information travels fast.
How has this speed of communication changed the world? To many people,the world has become smaller. Of course this does not mean that the world is actually physically smaller. It means that the world seems smaller. Two hundred years ago,communication between the continents took a long time. All news was carried on ships that took weeks or even months to cross the ocean. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,it took six weeks for news from Europe to reach America.This time difference influenced people's actions. For example, one battle, or fight, in the War of 1812 between England and the United States could have been avoided. A peace agreement had already been signed. Peace was made in England, but the news of peace took six weeks to reach America. During these six weeks, the large and serious Battle of New Orleans was fought. Many people lost their lives after a peace treaty had been signed.They would not have died if news had come in time.In the past,communication took much time than it does now.
There was a good reason why the world seemed so much larger than it does today.
31. News spreads fast because of____.
change of the world D.a peace agreement
32. According to this passage,____is very important to people in a disaster area.
33. Which of the following statements is true?
A.The world now seems smaller because of faster communication.
B.The world is actually smaller today.
C.The world is changing its size.
D. The distance between England and America has changed since the War of 1812
34. Two hundred years ago,news between the continents was carried____.
telephone and telegraph land
35. The New Orleans Battle could have been avoided if the peace agreement had been signed____.
both sides time
Questions 36 to 40 are based on the following passage:
The concept of personal choice in relation to health behaviors is an important one.An estimated 90 percent of all illnesses may be preventable if individuals would make sound personal health choices based upon current medical knowledge.
We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it restricted when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society.[ZZ)]The structure of American society allows us to make almost all our own personal decisions that may concern our health.If we so desire,we can smoke,drink excessively, refuse to wear seat
belts,eat whatever foods we want,and live a completely sedentary life-style without any excuse.The freedom to make such personal decisions is a fundamental aspect of our society,although the wisdom of these decisions can be questioned.Personal choices relative to health often cause a difficulty.As one example,a teenager may know the facts relative to smoking cigarettes and health but may be pressured by friends into believing it is the socially accepted thing to do.A multitude of factors,both inherited and environmental,influence the development of healthrelated behaviors,and it is beyond the scope of this text to discuss all these factors as they may affect any given individual.However,the decision to adopt a particular health-related behavior is usually one of personal choices.
There are healthy choices and there are unhealthy choices.In discussing the moral of personal choice,Fries and Crapo drew a comparison.[ZZ(Z]They suggest that to knowingly give oneself over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of shortening life is similar to attempting suicide.[ZZ)]Thus,for those individuals
who are interested in preserving both the quality and quantity of life,personal health choices should reflect those behaviors that are associated with statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.
36. The concept of personal choice concerning health is important because____.
al health choices help cure most illnesses
helps raise the level of our medical knowledge
is essential to personal freedom in American society
decisions could head to poor health
37. To “live a completely sedentary lifestyle”(Para. 1) in the passage means____.”
live an inactive live a decent life
live a life with complete freedom
live a life of vice
38. Sound personal health choice is often difficult to make because____.
t medical knowledge is still insufficient
re are many factors influencing our decisions
people are willing to trade the quality of life for longevity
are usually influenced by the behavior of their friends
39. To knowingly allow oneself to pursue unhealthy habits is compared by Fries and Crapo to____.
ing the quality of one's life
ng one's personal health choice
rately ending one's life
ng the rules of social behavior
40. According to Fries and Crapo sound health choices should be based on____.
al decisions of society
tical evidence ns of friends
Part Ⅲ Vocabulary and Structure (20 minutes)
Directions:There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part.For each sentence there are four choices marked A),B),C) and D).Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence.Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
41. ____he thought of it,the stars seemed always large and clear before the dawn of Christmas Day.
A.As for B.Now that
C.Because D.As soon as
42. A thought____him like a silver dagger.
43. I'll____this afternoon.
the radio fixed the radio to be fixed
the radio being fixed the radio fixing
44. Who is____personnel at present?
the charge of charge of
the charge of charge of
45. Tell him to turn down the TV.It's____my nerves.
crazy with on
46. The family decided to raise two cows and five sheep____the chickens,ducks and rabbits.
47. I woke up,____that he had gone.
finding having found
to find to have found
48. The project____by the time you come to China again.
be completed have been completed
to be completed going to be completed
49. In the course of the work,we____lots of difficulties.
50. ____his accent,he must be from the south.
A.Judged by B.Being judged from
C.Judging from D.Being judged by
51. The boy____his father.
accused of having killed accused to have killed
accused of killing accused to kill
52. Missing the train means____for an hour.
be waiting to wait
53. Something extraordinary happened in that hospital.A man,who was declared
ed to life ed to life
to life ed
54. They are glad to see the children____in the daycare center.
taken care well taken care of
looked after well looked after
55. She is a woman of rare gifts.Her performance last night was indeed very____.
56. The road being built was scheduled to____traffic on May Day.
close to closed to
open to opened to
57. It was more than fifteen years ago____I entered the laboratory of Professor Agassiz.
58. ____than it began raining.
A.Hardly had he reached home B.Hardly did he reach home
C.No sooner did he reach home D.No sooner had he reached home
59. The man's life____if he had been sent to a better hospital.
have been saved have been saved
to be saved be saved
60. Everybody looked____the direction of the explosion.
61. This is a____young writer.He has published quite a few good stories in
ed g forward
62. The doctor insists that the patient____.
be operated be operated
operated on operating on
63. It sounds as if the telephone____.
being ringing ringing
64. The family looked on helplessly as their house____.
g down burned down
burning down down
65. What is the____language in India?
66. He____twenty times,striking a match each time to look at his old watch.
have waked waken
67. There he bought____chocolate for his daughter,and then he had____bee
rs in the bar not far from the school.
A.a bar of...a couple of B.a piece of...a bottle of
C.a dozen of...a couple of D.a cubic of...a tin of
68. With his big fleshy nose he____his grandpa.
69. The ____majority were in support of this bill so it was passed without
70. The actress____the terms of her contract and was sued by the producer.
Part Ⅳ Translation from English into Chinese (15 minutes)
In this part,there are five items which you should translate into Chinese,each item consisting of one or two sentences.These sentences are all taken from the reading passages you have just read in Part Three of the Test Paper.You are allowed 15 minutes to do the translation.You should refer back to the passages so as to identify their meanings in the context.
71.(Passage 1 Para.1)They were rather afraid to tell in case they frightened people.
72. (Passage 2 Para.1)Now largely through problems caused by modern life,their existence is threatened by the slow,steady spread of the earth's deserts.
73. (Passage 3 Para.1)Because of modern technology like the satellite that travel around the world,information travels fast.
74. (Passage 4 Para.1)We all enjoy our freedom of choice and do not like to see it restricted when it is within the legal and moral boundaries of society.
75. (Passage 4 Para.1)They suggest that to knowingly give oneself over to a behavior that has a statistical probability of shortening life is similar to attempting suicide.
Part Ⅴ Writing (30 minutes)
Directions: For this part,you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition with the title ON Friendship.Your composition should be no less than 120 words.Remember to write your composition neatly.You should also base your composition on the outline below.
1.The need for friends
3.My principle in making friends
21.答案A。【参考译文】 文中讨论到的电磁信号……【试题分析】此题考查考生“辨认事实”的能力。【详细解答】见原文第一段，“They were coming very regularly,too.”他们同样非常
有规律，与 A)项同意。B)were controlled by a clock.由时钟控制，原文前面有一表示“似
22.答案C。【参考译文】 这些电磁信号来自于……【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推断”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第三段“...they come from a new kind of star called a “pulsar””他们来自一种叫脉冲星的新型恒星。 A) a satellite卫星，B)a planet行星，D)当时未知的智能生命。
【详细解答】 见原文第二段开头“ The scientists who heard the singals did not tell anybody else.They were rather afraid to tell in case they frightened people.”听到该信号的科学家未告诉别人，他们害怕这样会惊吓了老百姓。因此选择 C。
25.答案D。【参考译文】 以下说法，哪一个是正确的?【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推理”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第三段最后一句“About a hundred other pulsars have now been found...”因此D)项正确，其他各项均与原文意思不符。
26.答案A。【参考译文】 本文主要谈论的是什么?【试题分析】此题考查考生“把握文章主旨及大意”的能力。【详细解答】 全文主要阐述了沙漠扩散带来的水源缺乏的问题，以及人们采取的措施。 A)符合该中心思想;B)，C)和D)虽在文中提到过但作为主要思想，过于片面。
27.答案C。【参考译文】 1/7指的是……【试题分析】此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第一段第三句“ About 628 million people -one out of seven-livein these dry regions.”大约628，000，000(约为1/7)的人住在这些干旱地区。C)项符合所指代的内容，为正确答案。
28.答案C。【参考译文】 在第二段中，“他们被送往南方的绿草地”，他们指的是……【试题分析】此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文最后一句“ Some Sahel farmers still raise cattle on their poor farm land,but before the cattle are sold,they are taken to greener lands in thesouth to get fat”一些Sahel农民在他们贫瘠的农场上仍然饲养着牛群，但在把他们卖出之前，往往要送到南方多草的土地上以增肥。 they指代前面的the cattle。因此C为正确选项。
29.答案D。【参考译文】 文中描述了几种保护土地的创意?【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推断”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段“...but there have been many ideas for saving the land.”但已有了许多保护土地的创意。以下各句即为例证，确定其数目为 3，因此D为正确选项。
30.答案A。【参考译文】 根据短文，以下说法，哪个是正确的?【试题分析】此题考查考生“辨认事实”的能力。【详细解答】见原文第一段最后一句“Now largely through problems caused by modern
life,their existence is threatened by the slow,steady spread of the earth's deserts.”现在由于现代生活产生的一些问题，他们生存日益受到地球沙漠逐步缓慢扩散的威胁。因此A为正确选择。B)中正确数目应为one out of seven,C)应是modern problems，D)文中未提及。
31.答案B。【参考译文】 新闻传递得更快了是因为……【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据材料进行推理”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第一段最后一句，“Because of modern technology like the satellite that travel around the world,information travels fast.”因此B)为正确选项。
32.答案A。【参考译文】 根据短文，……对灾区的人民至关重要。【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推断”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第一段“News of a disaster such as an earthquake or a flood can bring help from distant countries within hours,help is on the way”因此A快速通信为正确答案。C)最近，最新新闻并不全面。B)现代技术，D)新观念。
33.答案A。【参考译文】 以下说法，哪个是正确的?【试题分析】此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段“ ...To many people,the world has become smaller...”对许多人来说，地球变得更小了。这当然不是地球本身变小了，而是因为通信交流加快。因此A)为正确的阐述。
34.答案D。【参考译文】 200年前，各大洲之间的消息是通过……传递的。【试题分析】 此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段“ ...Two hundred years ago,communication between the continents took a long time.All news was carried on ships that...”二百年前，大陆之间的信息传递耗时很长。所有的消息都是通过海上传递的…。D)by sea符合该意，因此为正确答案。
35.答案C。【参考译文】 新奥尔良战争是可以避免的，假如和平协议……签署的话。【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据材料进行推理”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段“Peace was made in England,but the news of peace took six weeks to reach America...”和平协议在英格兰签署，但该消息直到六个星期以后才传到美国。因此可以排除选项A)、B)和D)
36.答案D。【参考译文】 个人健康行为选择很重要是因为……【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推理”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文前两句，“The concept of personal choice in relation to healthbehavior is an important one.An estimated 90 percent of all illnesses may be preventable if...”正确选择健康行为的观念非常重要。据估计，90%的疾病是可以避免的，假如……。因此 D)为正确选项。
37.答案A。【参考译文】 文章中提到的“过一种完全是案牍的生活”指的是……【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据上下文推测词义”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第一段“ ...and live a completely sedentary life-style withoutany exercise.”采取一种整天坐着而无运动的生活方式。A)to live an inactive life.符合该意，为正确答案。
38.答案B。【参考译文】 健康的行为选择难以做出是因为……【试题分析】此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段开头，“ A multitude of factorsinfluence the development of health-related behavior, and it is beyond the scopeof this text to discuss...”该句说明影响人们选择健康行为方式的因素诸多。因此B为正确选项。
39.答案C。【参考译文】 有意地选择不健康行为习惯被Fries和Crapo比作……【试题分析】此题考查考生“理解文章中某些细节”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文第二段“ ...knowingly give oneself over to a behavior that hasa statistical probability of shortening life is similar to attempting suicide.”明知某一行为有统计的缩短寿命的可能而这么做无异于自杀。 C)项deliberately ending one's life即为自杀，为正确选项。
40.答案C。【参考译文】 根据Fries和Crapo的观点，健康的行为选择应以……为依据。【试题分析】此题考查考生“根据已知信息进行推理”的能力。【详细解答】 见原文最后一句“...personal health choices should reflect those behaviors that are associated with statistical probability of increased vitality and longevity.”人们应选择那些根据统计可增强活力增加寿命的行为方式。因此C)statistical evidence统计数据为正确答案。
得格外清晰明朗。【试题分析】该题既是语法题又是词义辨析题。【详细解答】 as for关于，至于;now that既然;because因为;as soon as一……就……。因此答案为B。
42.答案C。【参考译文】 一个想法突然闪现在他脑中。【试题分析】该题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 strike给予……感觉，在心灵产生某种效果;其他三个动词很少与thought搭配。因此答案为C。
43.答案A。【参考译文】 我今天下午去修一下收音机。【试题分析】此题考查动词get的用法。【详细解答】 动词get后往往加动词的分词形式作宾语补足语。含有“让人做……事”的含义;现在分词表示主动，过去分词表被动。因此答案为A。
44.答案D。【参考译文】 现在谁负责人事管理。【试题分析】此题为同根词组辨析题。【详细解答】 in the charge of由……负责，在……管理下;under the charge of在……
管理下 ;in charge of主管，负责。因此答案为D。
45.答案D。【参考译文】 让他把电视声音关小点，我都快疯了。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 get over克服……忘却;get in进入;get crazy往往和介词about搭配;get on one's nerves让……发疯。因此答案为D。
46.答案B。【参考译文】 除了鸡、鸭、兔，这家人决定再养两头母牛和五只绵羊。【试题分析】此题考查介词的用法。【详细解答】 except除……以外;besides除了……还;beside在……旁边;except for除……之外。因此答案为B。
47.答案C。【参考译文】 我醒来，结果发现他已走了。【试题分析】此题为语法题。【详细解答】 only to find不定式短语往往可作结果状语。因此答案为C。
49.答案D。【参考译文】 在工作途中，我们遇到了许多困难。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 meet with遇见;see看见;get into碰到;come across偶然遇见。因此答案为D。
50.答案C。【参考译文】 从他的口音判定，他肯定是南方人。【试题分析】此题为语法题，考查插入语的使用。【详细解答】 judging from依据……来判断，分词短语作插入语，为固定用法。因此答案为C。
51.答案A。【参考译文】 这个孩子被控告杀害了他的父亲。【试题分析】此题考查动词的用法及时态。【详细解答】 be accused of doing被指控犯……罪行，为动词固定用法，而完成时可表示动作已发生，因而动名词采用完成时形式。因此答案为A。
53.答案C。【参考译文】 那家医院发生了一件离奇的事。【试题分析】此题考查固定短语的用法。【详细解答】 come to (one's) life复活，醒过来，为固定短语，因此答案为C。
54.答案C。【参考译文】 他们很高兴看到孩子们在托管中心受到良好的照看。【试题分析】此题为语法题。【详细解答】动词短语look after和take care of均有照顾，照看的意思;此处用过去分词短语作宾语补足语，含有被动的意思。因此答案为C。
55.答案B。【参考译文】 她是一位具有杰出天赋的女子，她昨晚的表演的确使人印象深刻。【试题分析】此题为同根词辨析题。【详细解答】 impressed被感动的;impressive给人深刻印象的;impressing极少作为形容词使用;impression印象，名词。因此答案为B。
56.答案D。【参考译文】 正在修建的公路定于劳动节那天开通。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 be close to对……关闭，强调状态;be closed to对……关闭(封闭)，强调动作;be open to对……开放，强调状态;be opened to对……开放，强调动作。因此答案为D。
57.答案B。【参考译文】 十五年前，我加入了Agassiz教授的实验室。【试题分析】此题为语法题，考查强调句的用法。【详细解答】 It is (was)...that...为强调句的固定结构，因此答案为B。
58.答案D。【参考译文】 他刚一到家天就开始下雨了。【试题分析】此题考查连词的用法。【详细解答】 Hardly...when,No sooner...than刚……就……为固定的连词搭配;且前一个分句需倒装。因此答案为D。
59.答案A。【参考译文】 假如被送往一家更好的医院的话，他的生命或许可以得以挽救。【试题分析】此题为语法题，考查虚拟语气。【详细解答】与过去的事实相反，从句使用过去完成时，主句使用would (could,might)+have+pp的形式。因此答案为A。
60.答案C。【参考译文】 所有的人都朝爆炸的方向看去。【试题分析】此题考查介词的固定搭配。【详细解答】朝某一方向通常为介词in,in the direction of。因此答案为C。
61.答案C。【参考译文】 这是一位有前途的年青作家，最近几年他发表了不少小说作品。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 promised承诺了的;looking forward朝前看的;promising有前途的;clever聪明的。因此答案为 C。
62.答案C。【参考译文】 医生坚持马上给病人做手术。【试题分析】此题为语法题，考查虚拟语气。【详细解答】动词insist后的宾语从句往往采用虚拟语气，即用should+do或直接使用动词原形的形式;另外做手术为固定短语operate on sb.。因此答案为C。
63.答案D。【参考译文】 好像电话铃在响。【试题分析】此题为语法题。【详细解答】此处as if引导的是一个一般表语从句，并非虚拟语气。因此答案为D。
64.答案D。【参考译文】 这家人无助地看着自己的房子被烧毁。【试题分析】此题为语法题，考查时态和语态。【详细解答】此句要考虑主从句时态一致;另外burn down主动形式本身含有被动含义。因此答案为D。
65.答案B。【参考译文】 印度的官方语言是什么?【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 office办公室;official官方的;officially官方地，正式地;officer长官。因此答案为B。
66.答案C。【参考译文】 他一晚上肯定醒了二十次，每次都擦亮火柴看看自己那块旧表。【试题分析】此题为语法题。【详细解答】 must+have+pp形式表示一种肯定的猜测。因此答案为C。
67.答案A。【参考译文】 在那儿他给女儿买了一条巧克力，然后又在离学校不远的一家酒吧买了几瓶啤酒。【试题分析】此题为考查固定搭配。【详细解答】 chocolate为不可数名词通常可用a piece of chocolate或a bar of chocolate,beer在此句中为可数名词，可以用a couple of beers。因此答案为A。
68.答案B。【参考译文】 他长得像他的祖父，同样有个大肉鼻子。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 look like似乎，看起来像是;take after长得像;look after照顾;resemble相似。因此答案为B。
69.答案D。【参考译文】 绝大多数人赞成该提案，因此很容易就通过了。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 overflowing溢出的;overtaking超过的;overloading超载的;overwhelming压倒性的。因此答案为 D。
70.答案D。【参考译文】 这位女演员违反了合同条款，并被制片方起诉。【试题分析】此题为词义辨析题。【详细解答】 isolate孤立;sign签署;implement实施;violate违背，侵犯。因此答案为D。
【翻译点评】 本句较短，翻译时应力求精确。rather非常，相当;in case以防，以免。
Part Ⅴ 写作指导
As a human being,one can hardly do without a friend.Society is made up of individuals,and making friends is a very important part in our life.Friends can give you a lot.First,if you have trouble with some problems,you can consult your good
friends and exchange opinions.Thus,you will feel comfortable and encouraged.Secondly,if you wish to do some physical exercises,such as playing table tennis,you could play with friends and have a good time.
But what is true friendship?Some people think friends are people whom they can play with.In my opinion,a friend in need is a friend indeed.True friendship can encourage you when you are in difficulties.A true friend not only shares with you
your joy and happiness but also your trouble and anxiety.When you need him,he
will give you a hand and spare no efforts.
As far as I'm concerned,I wish to make as many friends as possible.The world is
a big family,and we will feel relaxed in a friendly atmosphere.I wish some day we can all be friends.