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1. How many members are there in the woman’s family?
A. 2. B. 4. C. 6
2. How much should the woman pay for the three-room flat every month?
A. 400 yuan. B. 600 yuan C. 1,000 yuan.
3. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. One cannot take the lift at 4:00 a.m. B. The one-room flat is on the 8th floor.
C. The three-room flat is on the 18th floor.
4. What was in the woman’s handbag?
A. Some money and an ID card. B. Some money and a credit card.
C. Some money and an IC card.
5. How does the woman feel at the end of the conversation?
A. Worried. B. Angry. C. Grateful.
6. Who is the man probably?
A. A shop owner. B. A manager of a taxi company. C. A kind-hearted policeman.
7. What is the man doing now?
A. Helping his brother with his English. B. Doing his homework. C. Listening to music.
8. When will the speakers meet tomorrow?
A. At 11:15 a.m. B. At 11:50 a.m. C. At 1:00 p.m.
9. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Teacher and student. B. Friends. C. Strangers.
Foreign language learning
The advantages of having knowledge of foreign languages Learning about different 10
Getting more 11
How to learn a language Not only learning the language just as 13
but also 14 the language properly in all kinds of real 15
Most space scientists agree that humans will visit the planet Mars in the early years of this century, but many problems must be 16 before humans can travel to the red planet.
One 17 involves (牵涉) the health of those making the trip. Flight to Mars and 18 will take almost one year and more time will be needed to 19 on the Martian surface.
Russian scientists have shown that 20 long periods of time in space affected the 21 of Russian astronauts. The lack of gravity (重力) 22 the astronaut very weak. Scientists are trying to find some methods of 23 an artificial (人工的) force of gravity in space. James Thatcher of America’s space agency says scientists are 24 the idea of dividing the spacecraft into two parts. The two parts would be 25 by a very modern kind of rope, 50 meters long. The two parts of the spacecraft would be 26 to turn end over and another physical problem in space is 27 . Crew on the way to Mars will not be able to turn around and come home. If someone becomes ill, crew members must be 28 to deal with sickness or injury and continue on their way. This would include knowing how to do simple medical operations. Another problem is having enough 29 . Some scientists believe the crew of a Mars’ flight could grow some of its own food on the planet. They say the 30 on Mars is similar to desert soil on earth. They say it could be watered with melted ice from the planet’s falls, and it could be fertilized (施肥) with chemicals brought from the earth.
16. A. recognized B. realized C. solved D. answer
17. A. question B. aim C. problem D. point
18. A. off B. away C. up D. back
19. A. stay B. work C. walk D. march
20. A. spending B. wasting C. killing D. losing
21. A. body B. flight C. health D. idea
22. A. lost B. needed C. left D. required
23. A. creating B. finding C. requesting D. taking
24. A. learning B. studying C. working D. making
25. A. broken B. caught C. hold D. connected
26. A. got B. studied C. made D. brought
27. A. tiredness B. thirst C. hunger D. illness
28. A. prepared B. provided C. allowed D. prevented
29. A. goods B. food C. plants D. rice
30. A. earth B. ground C. mud D. soil
British English is the language spoken in Britain. American English also known 31 United States English or U.S. English, is a set of dialects of the English language 32 (use) mostly in the United States.
Vocabulary is a major 33 (different) between American English and British English at times. Because of 34 widespread usage of American English, many British people are starting to use some American nouns to take the place of some of their British 35 . So a lorry is becoming a truck. There are many other words 36 are being replaced as well. There are also times 37 the same words have completely different meanings in both forms of English. In British English a biscuit is similar 38 a cooky, but in American English it is more like a dinner roll.
Sometimes British people pronounce their numbers differently. They enjoy 39 (add) the word “and” between the numbers. For example, American English speaking people usually say 107 one hundred seven, while most British English speaking people say one hundred and seven..
40 is interesting to note that many British English speaking people admire American accents. At the same time, many American English speaking people simply love British accents.
America is a mobile society. Friendships between Americans can be close and real, yet disappear soon if situations change. Neither side feels hurt by this. Both may exchange Christmas greetings for a year or two, perhaps a few letters for a while – then no more. If the same two people meet again by chance, even years later, they pick up the friendship. This can be quite difficult for us Chinese to understand, because friendships between us flower more slowly but then may become lifelong feelings, extending (延伸) sometimes deeply into both families.
Americans are ready to receive us foreigners at their homes, share their holidays, and their home life. They will enjoy welcoming us and be pleased if we accept their hospitality (好客) easily.
Another difficult point for us Chinese to understand Americans is that although they include us warmly in their personal everyday lives, they don’t show their politeness to us if it requires a great deal of time. This is usually the opposite of the practice in our country where we may be generous with our time. Sometimes, we, as hosts, will appear at airports even in the middle of the night to meet a friend. We may take days off to act as guides to our foreign friends. The Americans, however, express their welcome usually at homes, but truly can not manage the time to do a great deal with a visitor outside their routine. They will probably expect us to get ourselves from the airport to our own hotel by bus. And they expect that we will phone them from there. Once we arrive at their homes, the welcome will be full, warm and real. We will find ourselves treated hospitably.
For the Americans, it is often considered more friendly to invite a friend to their homes than to go to restaurants, except for purely business matters. So accept their hospitality at home.
41. The writer of this passage must be __________.
A. an American B. a Chinese C. a professor D. a student
42. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Friendships between Americans usually extend deeply into their families.
B. Friendships between Americans usually last for all their lives.
C. Americans always show their warmth even if they are very busy.
D. Americans will continue their friendships again even after a long break.
43. From the last two paragraphs we can learn that when we arrive in America to visit an American friend, we will probably be ___________.
A. warmly welcomed at the airport B. offered a ride to his home
C. treated hospitably at his home D. treated to dinner in a restaurant
44. The underlined words “generous with our time” in Paragraph 3 probably mean _______ .
A. strict with time B. serious with time.
C. careful with time D. willing to spend time
45. A suitable title for this passage would probably be “_________”.
A. Friendships between Chinese B. Friendships between Americans
C. Americans’ hospitality D. Americans’ and Chinese’s views of friendships
Norm Pethrick, a 36-year-old man in Australia’s northern city Darwin, was praised on Thursday for jumping onto a crocodile’s back to save his wife Wendy at Litchfield National Park, a popular tourist spot southwest of Darwin, a local newspaper reported.
Ms Pethrick was standing on a river bank Wednesday afternoon when the saltwater crocodile lunged (扑), locking its jaws on both her legs as it tried to drag her underwater.
Norm Pethrick, who with his wife had been collecting water, immediately went to help her. He jumped onto the back, poked (戳) the eyes of the crocodile and finally got his wife free.
Ms Pethrick was later taken to Royal Darwin Hospital for a medical treatment. The doctors said she was suffering eight puncture wounds (伤口) in her right leg, a puncture wound in her left leg and a serious cut to one of her fingers.
“This could have been a fatal and tragic situation,” said the general manager of Royal Darwin Hospital (RDH), Dr Len Notaras, according to a local report.
He said Ms Pethrick was saved by her husband’s “quick and diligent actions”.
Dr Notaras also said she would remain in hospital for three or four days and have an operation to clean the wounds, which are easy to get infected because of bacteria (细菌) on the teeth of the crocodile.
46. This passage is most likely to be found in _________ .
A. a travel guide B. a newspaper C. a textbook D. a novel
47. The crocodile attacked Ms Pethrick when she was _________ .
A. swimming in the river B. standing on the river bank
C. watching the crocodile D. fishing in the water
48. Which of the following statements is TRUE about Ms Pethrick?
A. Her eyes were badly poked. B. She had eight wounds altogether.
C. One of her fingers also got hurt. D. One of the crocodile’s teeth was found in her leg.
49. According to the passage, Norm Pethrick can be described as following EXCEPT _______.
A. brave B. diligent C. quick D. humorous
50. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?
A. The husband should save the wife B. A man saves wife’s life from crocodile’s jaws
C. A crocodile is not so dangerous as people imagine
D. Human beings can beat crocodiles sometimes
English is the most widely used language in the history of our planet. One in every seven human beings can speak it. More than half of the world’s books and three quarters of international mail are in English. Of all the languages, English has the largest vocabulary – perhaps as many as two million words.
However, let’s face it: English is a crazy language. There is no egg in an eggplant, neither pine or apple in a pineapple and no ham in a hamburger. Sweet-meats are candy, while sweetbreads, which aren’t sweet, are meat.
We take English for granted. But when we explore its paradoxes (探讨它的矛盾) , we find that quicksand can work slowly, boxing rings are square, public bathrooms have no baths in them.
And why is it that a writer writes, but fingers don’t fing, grocers don’t groce, and hammers don’t ham? If the plural of tooth is teeth, shouldn’t the plural of booth be beeth? One goose, two geese – so one moose, two meese?
How can a slim chance and a fat chance be the same, while a wise man and a wise guy are opposites? How can overlook and oversee be opposites, while quite a lot and quite a few are alike? How can the weather be hot as hell one day and cold as hell the next?
English was invented by people, not computers, and it reflects (反映) the creativity of human beings. That’s why, when stars are out, they are visible (能看见的); but when the lights are out, they are invisible. And why, when I wind up my watch, I start it; but when I wind up this essay, I end it.
51. According to the passage ________. Ks5u
A. sweet-meats and sweet-breads are different things B. there should be egg in an eggplant
C. pineapples are the apples on the pine apple tree D. boxing rings should be round
52. Which of the following is the correct plural?
A. Beeth. B. Geese. C. Meese. C. Tooth.
53. Which of the following includes two items which have the similar meaning?
A. A wise man and a wise guy. B. Overlook and oversee.
C. Quite a lot and quite a few. D. Hot as hell and cold as hell.
54. The underlined words “wind up” in the last paragraph probably mean _________.
A. blow B. roll up C. get hurt D. finish
55. Through the many paradoxes in the English language, the writer wants to show that human beings are __________ .
A. clever B. crazy C. lazy D. dull
Feeling satisfied with yourself and your life can actually protect against cancer, strokes (中风) accidents and more. Happiness not only makes you good, but it’s good for you.
Being happy can prevent-
Cancer. One Swedish study showed that people who were unhappy at work had a 5.5 times greater risk of getting colon cancer than happier ones. Why? Recent research suggests depression (沮丧) weakens the body’s disease-fighting defenses.
Strokes. Happy people are less likely to develop high blood pressure, a major risk factor for strokes, says, Lyle H. Miller, Ph.D.
Diabetes (糖尿病). The unhappiness that results from stress can sometimes bring about diabetes, according to Miller’s research. If stress is a long time, this can wear out the pancreas (胰腺) and possibly cause it to produce too little insulin (胰岛素). That’s why people suffer diabetes.
Here are a few ways to stay happy and healthy:
1. Fix attention on the positive, like good health and a loving family. If you start enjoying what you have, you’ll feel happier.
2. Stop wishing for what you don’t have. People who feel satisfied are happier with their lives. “Satisfaction isn’t getting what you want; it’s wanting what you have,” says David G. Myers, Ph.D.
3. Choose to be happy. “ Happiness is a belief, so make up your mind to be happy,” says Wayne Dyer.
4. Stay connected with other people you love. “Social support – feeling liked and encouraged by friend and family – develop happiness and good health,” says Myers.
5. Get “high” on exercise.
56. Being happy can prevent all the following EXCEPT_______.
A. cancer B. strokes C. diabetes D. insulin
57. The unhappy people are more likely to get cancer because _______.
A. stress can cause pancreas to produce too little insulin
B. they work so hard that they are in poor health
C. depression weakens the body’s disease-fighting defense Ks5u
D. they don’t have a positive view on their life
58. The underlined phrase “ wear out” in Paragraph 4 probably mean “_________”.
A. make something dangerous B. make something thin or damaged
C. make something harmful D. make something old and ugly
59. Which of the following will the author probably agree with?
A. Trying to get what you still don’t have. B. Pay more attention to work and money.
C. Spending more time with your family. D. Trying to get a higher position in the company.
60. What does the passage mainly tell us?
A. How we can live long. B. Happiness is good for health.
C. Cancer can be prevented. D. How we can live happily.
Title: Primary in Guangzhou
Position: Oral Teacher
Salary: 8,000 RMB
Experience required: 1 year
Workload: 25 classes/week, 40 minutes/ class
Paid holiday: National holidays B
Title: Medical/High School in Jiangsu
Position: Science Teacher
Salary: 10,000-12,000 RMB
Experience required: More than 1 year
Workload: 18-20 classes/week, 45 minutes/ class
Paid holiday: No
Title: Primary/Middle in Shenzhen
Position: Oral Teacher
Salary: 5,000 -7,000RMB
Experience required: 4 years
Workload: 30 classes/week, 40 minutes/ class
Paid holiday: All legal holidays
Airfare reimbursement (退还) D
Title: High School in Beijing
Position: Science Teacher
Salary: 7,000-9,000 RMB
Experience required: 2 years
Workload: 16-18 classes/week, 40 minutes/ class
Paid holiday: Both National holidays and May holidays
Title: Pre-University Training school in Tianjin
Position: Training Teacher
Salary: 7,000-9,000 RMB
Experience required: 1 year or more
Workload: 25 classes/week, 60 minutes/ class
Spacious single housing-fully furnished
Medical Insurance F
Title: High school in Sichuan
Position: Oral English Teacher
Salary: 5,000 RMB
Experience required: No
Workload: 10 classes/week, 40 minutes/ class
Paid holiday: All legal holidays
61. Born in a rich family, Guo Jia is a spoiled beautiful girl, who never thinks about money. She speaks English very well and she likes nothing but traveling. She has to find a job as a teacher because her mother asked her to. So she wants to find a job that doesn’t take her too much time.
62. Wang Hao, a boy from a big family of four children, is a teacher of science. He has been teaching in his hometown for four years. But he is not satisfied with the salary, so he wants to find a better job. He wants to earn as much money as possible no matter how hard the work is.
63. Zhou Ming is a man of great responsibility. He is a trainer of much experience as he has taught in many training centers these years. But they do not offer him any housing. So he decided to find a new place where he can get a room for him to live in.
64. Liu Ke is a science teacher, who works in a town in Guangdong. He has been reading all kinds of books for these three years to enlarge his knowledge. In his opinion, Beijing is the best choice for working because it is the political and cultural center of China.
65. He Yong is an oral teacher who teaches in his hometown. Having been teaching in Shenzhen for many years, his best friend and classmate told him the salary in Shenzhen is high. So he wants to have better if the school can pay the airfare.
66. Doctors are predicting that it will soon be within their p________ to cure the disease.
67. He speaks with a strong southern a__________.
68. It becomes cool ___________ (渐渐地) when autumn is coming.
69. She comes from London; her n_________ language is English.
70. Your two plans are wonderful, but I enjoy the l_________ more.
71. How ______________ (fluent) he speaks German?
72. Many friends make themselves unhappy by not ______________ (communicate).
73. Every time I __________ (agree) with somebody, they go running to the boss.
74. Can you change the __________ (spell) of the word into the correct one?
75. We crossed into ___________ (German) from Switzerland. Ks5u
76. My grandmother __________ _________ great hardships in the past.(经历)
77. ________ ________ the tiring speech, he began to read a book. (厌倦)
78. The boy _________ terribly __________ a heavy fever in the summer. (患病)
79. I was most __________ to John __________ his kindness of sending me the book immediately.(因……而感激)
80. With Christmas ___________ __________ , few people have much money to spare. (到来)
81. Their relationship __________ __________ upon mutual respect. (基于)
82. __________ full __________ ___________ every chance you have to learn English well. (利用)
V 基础写作 (共1小题，满分15分)
3. 多做运动，运动可以帮助自己缓解压力(relieve one’s stress)，并且有助睡眠。
I quite sympathize with you and understand the great trouble you are suffering from.
1-5 BCAAC 6-9 BCAB
10. culture 11. information 12. Trading 13.knowledge 14. using 15.situations
完形填空：16-20 CCDBA 21-25 CCABD 26-30 CDABD
语法填空：31. as 32. used 33. difference 34. the 35. ones 36. that/which
37. when 38. to 39. adding 40. It Ks5u
阅读：41-45 BDCDD 46-50 BBCDB 51-55 ABCDA 56-60 DCBCB
词汇：66. power 67. accent 68. gradually 69. native 70. latter
71. fluently 72. communicating 73. disagree 74. spelling 75. Germany
句子：76. went through 77. Tired of 78. suffered …from 79. grateful…for
80. coming up 81. is based 82. Make…use of Ks5u
I quite sympathize with you and understand the great trouble you are suffering from. I suggest you communicate your trouble to your teachers and classmates so as to get help from them. You are not supposed to think about your exams all the time, which only makes you more stressed out. Instead, you should think about the progress you have made in your study, which will surely increase your own confidence. In addition, I advise you to do more exercise in your spare time to relieve your stress, because sports will also help you sleep better at night.
I hope you will get out of your trouble sooner and live happily. Ks5u