A.gave B.save C.hat D.made
A.shallow B.officer C.choke D.trousers
A.ecycle B.respect C.message D.package
A.ouder B.proounce C.onely D.Europe
A.desert B.disign C.wise D.promise
A.spear B.wear C.carry D.patient
A.ea B.ee C.ie D.eu
A.a; u B.e; u C.o; o D.a; o
A.sch B.sh C.tch D.ch
A.ru B.ur C.au D.ua
A.qu B.q C.kw D.k
A.ur; ai B.er; ia C.ur; ia D.ar; ai
例：He comes late sometimes,______ ?
A.is he B.isn't he
C.comes he D.doesn't he
11.—Is your camera like Bill's and Ann's?
—No, but it's almost the same as ______ .
12.—Do you remember ______ he came?
—Yes, I do, he came by car.
13.—Do you think it's going to rain over the weekend?
— ______ .
A.I don't believe B.I don't believe it
C.I believe not so D.I believe not
14.—Would you like to come to dinner tonight?
—______ I'd like to, I'm too busy.
15.—Can I join your club, Dad?
—You can when you ______ a bit older.
A.get B.will get
C.are getting D.will have got
16.I told Sally how to get here, but perhaps I ______ for her.
A.had to write it out B.must have written it out
C.should have written it out D.ought to write it out
17.—Hi, haven't seen you for ages! You look fine!
— ______ . You look well, too.
C.Oh, no D.Not at all
18.She set out soon after dark ______ home an hour later.
A.arriving B.to arrive
C.having arrived D.and arrived
19.—I'm sorry to keep you waiting.
—Oh, not at all. I ______ here only a few minutes.
A.have been B.had been
C.was D.will be
20.She is ______ newcomer to ______ chemistry but she has already made some important
A.the; the B.the ; 不填
C.a; 不填 D.a; the
21.—I must apologize for ______ ahead of time.
—That's all right.
A.letting you not know B.not letting you know
C.letting you know not D.letting not you know
22.Rather than ______ on a crowded bus, he always prefers a bicycle.
A.ride; ride B.riding; ride
C.ride; to ride D.to ride; riding
23.—Shall I tell John about it?
—No, you ______ . I've told him already.
24.—How long has this bookshop been in business?
— ______ 1982.
25.The missing boys were last seen ______ near the river.
A.playing B.to be playing
C.play D.to play
26.Don't all speak at once!______ , please.
A.Each at one time B.One by one time
C.One for each time D.One at a time
27.—Do you like the material?
—Yes, it ______ very soft.
A.is feeling B.felt
C.feels D.is felt
28.John plays football ______ , if not better than, David.
A.as well B.as well as
C.so well D.so well as
29.I don't really work here; I ______ until the new secretary arrives.
A.just help out B.have just helped out
C.am just helping out D.will just help out
30.It there were no examinations ,we should have ______ at school.
A.the happiest time B.a more happier time
C.much happiest time D.a much happier time
31.I didn't see your sister at the meeting. If she ______ , she would have met my
A.has come B.did come
C.came D.had come
32.The visiting Minister expressed his satisfaction with the talks, ______ that he had
enjoyed his stay here.
A.having added B.to add
33.Here's my card. Let's keep in ______.
34.The first textbooks ______ for teaching English as a foreign language came out in the
A.having written B.to be written
C.being written D.written
35.—Don't forget to come to my birthday party tomorrow.
— ______ .
A.I don't B.I won't
C.I can't D.I haven't
36.I don't know the restaurant, but it's ______to be quite a good one.
37.Mother was worried because little Alice was ill ,especially ______ Father was away in
38.I need one more stamp before my collection ______.
A.has completed B.completes
C.has been completed D.is completed
39.The weather turned out to be very good, ______ was more than we could expect.
40.We all write ______, even when there's not much to say.
A.now and then B.by and by
C.step by step D.more or less
It was an early morning in summer. In the streets, sleepy-eyed people were moving quickly, heading towards their 41. This was the beginning of another 42 day in New York City. 43 this day was to be different.
Waiting 44 the crowded streets, on top of a 45 110 stories high, was Philippe Petit. This daring Frenchman was about to 46 a tightrope (绷索) between the two towers of the World Trade Center.
Philippe took his first 47 with GREat care. The wire held.Now he was 48 he could do it . 49 only a balancing pole, Philippe walked his way across, a 50 of 131 feet.
Soon the rush-hour 51 began to notice. What a 52 ! There, 1350 feet above the street ,a 53 figure was walking on air .
Philippe made seven 54 , back and forth(来回). He wasn't satisfied with just 55. At times, he would turn, sit down, and 56 go on his knees. Once, he had the astonishing 57 to lie down on the thin thread. And thousands of 58 watchers stared with their hearts beating fast.
After the forty-five -minute 59,Philippe was taken to the police station.He was asked 60 he did it. Philippe shrugged(耸肩) and said,"When I see two tall buildings,I walk".
41.A. jobs B.homes C.buses D.offices
42.A.working B.hot C.same D.ordinary
43.A.And B.So C.But D.Thus
44.A.for B.in C.by D.above
45.A.roof B.position C.wall D.building
46.A.throw B.walk C.climb D.fix
47.A.act B.landing C.step D.trip
48.A.sure B.uncertain C.glad D.nervous
49.A.Through B.Against C.With D.On
50.A.distance B.height C.space D.rope
51.A.streets B.crowds C.passengers D.city
52.A.height B.pleasure C.wonder D.danger
53.A.GREat B.strange C.public D.tiny
54.A.experiments B.circles C.trips D.movements
55.A.walking B.staying C.acting D.showing
56.A.almost B.even C.often D.rather
57.A.spirit B.result C.strength D.courage
58.A.patient B.terrified C.pleased D.enjoyable
59.A.show B.trick C.try D.program
60.A.how B.why C.whether D.when
Tokyo: Three snakes, whose poison could kill a person in ten minutes, are guarding a blue star sapphire (蓝宝石) worth nearly six hundred thousand dollars at a Japanese exhibition of jewels sent from an Indian museum.
"Normally it would be forbidden to let these poisonous snakes guard exhibition objects, but it's diferent this time because the jewels are being eshibited at a hotel," a police official said.
Exhibition officials said that a person bitten(咬)by one of these snakes would need at least 80 ml of an anti-poison medicine to be saved.Medicine was being kept ready at a nearby hospital.
Star sapphires and other valuable jewels worth a total of one million dollars are on show behind glass. Hundreds of visitors came to see the special blue star sapphire and were surprised when they saw the sixty-centimetre long brown guards.
61.Using snakes at exhibitions of valuable objects is .
A.quite normal B.never allowed
C.often necessary D.usually forbidden
62.The jewels were being shown in .
A.an Indian hotel B.an Indian museum
C.a Japanese hotel D.a Japanese museum
63.Why were the snakes and jewels at the same exhibition?
A.They were both special things from India.
B.The snakes were there to keep the jewels safe.
C.The organizers wanted to do something unusual.
D.People liked to visit an exhibition guarded by snakes.
64.Many visitors came to the exhibition because .
A.the snakes were on show
B.so many jewels were being exhibited
C.exhibition officials said it was special
D.they were interested in seeing a famous jewel
Do you always understand the directions on a bottle of medicine?Do you know what is meant by "Take only as directed"? Read the following directions and see if you understand them.
"To reduce pain, take two tablets(药片)with water, followeed by one tablet every eight hours, as required. For night-time and early morning relief(缓解疼痛)take two tablets at bedtime. Do not take more than six tablets in twenty-four hours.
For children six to twelve years old, give half the amount(量). For children under six years old ,ask for your doctor's advice.
Reduce the amount if you suffer from restlessness or sleeplessness after taking the medicine".
65.How many tablets at most can a person over 12 have in 24 hours?
A.Three B.Four C.Six D.Eight
66.How many tablets should a nine-year-old child normally take in 24 hours?
A.Half a tablet. B.One tablet.
C.Two tablets. D.Four tablets.
67.What is the advice for one who cannot sleep well after taking the medicine?
A.Stop taking the medicine at bedtime.
B.Continue to take the normal amount.
C.Take more than the normal amount.
D.Take less than the normal amount.
68.It can be inferred from the directions that this medicine.
A.helps you to fall asleep quickly
B.may be dangerous to small children
C.cannot be taken if one feels sleepy
D.should not be taken by children under six
69.This text is most probably taken from a .
C.doctor's notebook D.bottle of medicine
I had just gone to bed after a very hard day when the phone rang.It was an eccentric(怪僻的)farmer. I had never met him before although I had often heard people talk about him. He sounded quite nervous and he had been talking for a minute or so before I understood anything. Even then all I could make out was that someone called Milly had had a very bad accident.I hadn't the slightest idea who she was but I obviously had to go .
It had been snowing heavily that day and I didn't know the way. I had been driving for at least an hour when I finally found his place. He was standing there,waiting for me. It seemed Milly had died."She meant more to me than anyone…even my own wife!" he said. I could see that he had been crying. I thought something terrible had taken place, a possible scandal(丑闻). I was even more shocked when he told me he had put her in the barn(厩)."I wouldn't leave her out in the cold!" he said.
Milly had clearly been a secret lover of his. I was about to tell him he could not expect me to cover anything up when he opened the barn door .He lifted his candle and I saw a dark figure on the ground." She was such a good cow!I wouldn't let anyone but a doctor touch her!" he said, and burst into tears again.
70.The underlined phrase make out in the first paragraph means .
C.see clearly D.hear clearly
71.Before he arrived at the farmer's house, the writer expected to see Milly lying .
A.on the ground of a barn B.on the floor of a room.
C.in bed in a room D.in bed in a barn
72.What do we know about Milly from he story?
A.She had met with an accident.
B.She had caused a scandal
C.She was seriously ill.
D.She was hidden somewhere.
73.The farmer wished that the writer might .
A.look into the matter
B.bring Milly back to life
C.free him from a scandal
D.keep the whole thing a secret
74.The person who told the story is probably a .
C.country doctor D.newspaper reporter
There are different ways in which people try to deal with the problem of energy. One way is the GREater production of common energy sources(能源), such as coal, oil and gas. The trouble with these sources, however, is that they are not renewable.
Another way is energy conservation(节能), which means using energy more efficiently(有效地). In some very cold countries people build special houses to save energy. They place materials between the inside and the outside of the walls of the house to keep the cold out and the warmth in. The house is heated by the lights, the body heat of the people and the other equipment in it.
Finally, renewable energy sources are used even though they are often expensive to develop. One form of these is geothermal energy. In certain parts of the world the temperature of the earth increases thirty deGREes centigrade with each kilometre down. At six kilometres, therefore, it rises to nearly two hundred deGREes. To get the heat, water is pumped(压;抽)down into the rocks and back up to the surface. Heat from the earth is already used in certain countries.
75.How many ways of dealing with the energy problem are discussed in the text?
76.From the text we learn that coal .
A.is quite easy to produce
B.is not used most efficiently
C.is the most common source of energy
D.could be renewed only by new technology
77.The writer tells about the "special houses" because they
A.show the excellent skills of the builders
B.serve as an example of energy conservation
C.are heated by different sources of energy
D.are warmer than other types of houses
78.The underlined words geothermal energy in the third paragraph mean .
A.renewable source B.underground source
C.heat inside the earth D.temperature of the earth
79.Which of the following drawings shows the right way to get geothermal energy?
80.At a place where the surface temperature is 15℃, how deep do you have to dig so
as to get a temperature of 75℃?
A.One km. B.Two km.
C.Three km. D.Four km.
When I have free time I go ∧ a long walk . Some (a)for
for people read the ＼ books or watch television while (b)the
the others have sports. Charles and Linda Mason do all (c)√
of these things as well as climbed buildings. (d)climbing; climb
There is public library in every town in Britain. (81)
There are branch library in many villages. (82)
Anyone may borrow books , and it cost nothing to (83)
borrow them. In some places you may borrow many (84)
books as you want, in other places where you (85)
are limited to a certain number, of that some (86)
may be novels. Books may be keep for four weeks. (87)
Newly-published novels are always in GREat demand, (88)
and some books, for example, books for history, (89)
science, cooking and gardening are also populer. (90)
If the book you will want is out, you may ask for it (91)
to be called back for you, and whether you pay (92)
the cost of send a postcard, the librarian will (93)
write to you, and let you to know when the book you (94)
want has returned and is ready for you to pick up. (95)
③开头语已为你写好。May I have your attention,please? I have an announcement to make.
生词：交换礼品——to exchange gifts
学生会——the Student Union
Key to 1～80
1.A 2.C 3.C 4.D 5.B 6.A 7.D 8.D 9.A
10.A 11.B 12.A 13.D 14.D 15.A 16.C 17.B 18.D
19.A 20.C 21.B 22.C 23.A 24.D 25.A 26.D 27.C
28.B 29.C 30.D 31.D 32.C 33.A 34.D 35.B 36.A
37.A 38.D 39.B 40.A 41.A 42.D 43.C 44.D 45.D
46.B 47.C 48.A 49.C 50.A 51.B 52.C 53.D 54.C
55.A 56.B 57.D 58.B 59.A 60.B 61.D 62.C 63.B
64.D 65.C 66.C 67.D 68.B 69.A 70.B 71.C 72.A
73.B 74.C 75.B 76.B 77.B 78.C 79.A 80.B
There is ∧ public library in every town in Britain. (81) a
There are branch library in many villages. (82)libraries
Anyone may borrow books, and it cost nothing to (83)costs
borrow them. In some places you may borrow ∧many (84)as
books as you want,in other places where you (85)
are limited to a certain number, of that some (86)which
may be novels. Books may be keep for four weeks. (87)kept
Newly-published novels are always in GREat demand, (88)√
and some books, for example, books for history, (89)on
science, cooking and gardening are also populcr (90)
If the book you
will want is out, you may ask for it (91)will
to be called back for you, and whether ou pay (92)if
the cost of send a postcard, the librarian will (93)sending
write to you, and let you to know when the book you (94)to
want has ∧ returned and is ready for you to pick up. (95)been
五、One possible version:
May I have your attention, please? I have an announcement to make. The Student Union is going to hold a party on Saturday evening, August 15, to welcome our friends from the United States. The party will be held in the roof garden of the Main Building . It will begin at 7:30 P.m. There will be music, dancing ,singing, games and exchange of gifts. Will everybody please bring along a small gift for this purpose. Remember to wrap it up ,sign your name and write a few words of good wishes.
Don't forget: 7:30, Saturday evening, roof garden, Main Building.There's sure to be a lot of fun. Everybody is welcome.