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1. What is the man going to do?
A. He is going to have dinner.
B. He is looking for a hotel.
C. He is trying to find the nearest street.
2. Does the woman agree to the idea of learning Chinese?
A. Yes. She will come to China to learn Chinese.
B. Yes. She is planning to learn Chinese.
C. No. She doesn’t think it is a good idea.
3. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A. They are neighbors.
B. They are friends.
C. They are strangers.
4. What are the two speakers talking about?
B. Rivers and mountains.
5. What did the woman see in the yard?
A. She saw something.
B. She saw nothing.
C. She saw a yard.
6. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the store B. In the lab C. On the playground
7. What is the most probable result of the conversation?
A. The man will play tennis with the woman on Thursday.
B. The man will go to the game alone.
C. The woman will go to the game with the man.
8. Where are the man and woman?
A. At the airport. B. At the railway station. C. In the company office.
9. When does the train leave for Montreal?
A. At 8:50. B. At 8:15. C. At 7:10.
10. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Popular sports events.
B. TV programs people like best.
C. Things people do after work.
11. How did the woman do the research?
A. She talked to people.
B. She sent letters to people.
C. She collected information from newspaper.
12. What do most people do in their spare time?
A. Go to movies.
B. Read books.
C. Watch TV.
13. Who feels disappointed?
A. Mary. B. Jack. C. Both of them.
14. How did Jack play in the game?
A. He tried his best but he failed.
B. He didn’t try his best so he failed.
C. He gave up trying so he failed.
15. Who is Mary?
A. A stranger. B. Jack’s mother. C. A classmate of Jack’s.
16. What does Mary ask Jack to do?
A. She invites him to go to the playground.
B. She invites him to come to her house.
C. She invites him to go to the coffeehouse.
17. How many kinds of pollution have been mentioned in this monologue(独白)?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.
18. Which is the most serious pollution in today’s life?
A. Noise pollution.
B. Air pollution.
C. Water pollution.
19. Why must factories clean their water before it is thrown away?
A. Because it will pollute our rivers and lakes.
B. Because it will make us talk louder.
C. Because it will blow dirty smoke into the air.
20. What have you learned in the passage?
A. We can’t eat fish in the rivers and lakes.
B. We should build fewer factories and make fewer cars.
C. We should help fight pollution.
21 Anyone who always______ a difficult situation can’t become a successful man.
A. comes up with B. comes away with
C. comes to term with D. comes to terms with
22 Americans eat______ vegetables per person today as they did in 1990.
A. more than twice B. as twice as many
C. twice as many as D. more than twice as many
__Would you do me a favour and give me a ride?
A. Never mind B. With pleasure
C. Yes, that’s right D. No trouble
24 The United States won most of the track and field events.______, in swimming, the top three places went to Americans.
A. Likely B. Probably
C Similarly D. Generally
25 It is cold in the room. You must have turned off the steam, ______ you?
A. don’t B. didn’t
C. haven’t D. mustn’t
26 ______ and happy, Tony stood up and accepted the prize.
A. Surprising B. Surprised
C. Being surprised D. To be surprising
27 Follow your doctor’s advice, ______ your cough will get worse.
A. or B. and
C. then D. so
28 The manager has to go on a business trip. His company will be left in______ of his secretary.
A. charge B. the charge
C. need D. place
29 Was it______ it snowed last night that you didn’t come?
A. that B. because
C. why D. if
30 I would rather______ the professor and I would rather you______ for him at once.
A. invite; sent B. invited; send
C. inviting; sending D. invite; sending
31 Tom is the only one of the students who______ a winner of scholarship for four years.
A. are B. have been
C. has been D. is
32 The Beatles singing Yesterday______ memories whenever we hear it.
A. brings down B. brings back
C. brings out D. brings up
33 How long do you think______ the construction company finishes the project?
A. it will be before B. will it be until
C. will it be when D. it will be that
34 Apples are usually sold by______ weight, and eggs are sometimes sold by______ dozen.
A. the; the B. /; a
C. /; the D. the; a
35 It is said that the famous football star is now willing to play for______ would pay him three million dollars a year.
A. anyone B. whomever
C. no matter who D. whoever
This morning I awoke from a wonderful night’s sleep. One of those completely satisfying sleep—difficult to explain, but if you’ve ever had one you’ll know what I’m 36 about.
No amount of 37 could buy a better night’s sleep. I truly 38 my blessed rest. It was like a gift from heaven. Interesting to think that Bill Gates or any 39 billionaire you can 40 really couldn’t have had a more satisfying, fulfilling night of sleep.
That started me thinking of other 41 that cost nothing or very little.Like a drink of cold water on a 42 day.Or a warm relaxing 43 when you’re tired.
What could be better than 44 to your favorite music or watching good movies? These are 45 delights—small pleasures.I hope this doesn’t 46 too silly in today’s rough，loud world.I wonder if the new generation can appreciate some such things.
We’re told we 47 the latest model car, or TV or computer to be happy，but it’s all a trick, a marketing move.No sooner do we get these things, 48 we’re looking to replace them 49 a newer car, or TV or computer.
This is not to say that money isn't important. Money can help 50 , clothes and house those in need.Money is neither all good nor all bad—it’s just a 51 of life that can be used for good things or abused(滥用).
I suppose having 52 money worries can give a certain peace of mind that 53 a person to have a good night’s rest. But no amount of money can 54 buy that wonderful, particularly restful night’s sleep that I 55 last night.
36.A.telling B.talking C.hearing D.referring
37.A.poors B.persons C.workers D.riches
38.A.appreciated B.feared C.disliked D.doubted
39.A.one B.more C.other D.big
40.A.write B.remember C.mention D.say
41.A.dreams B.pleasures C.nights D.gifts
42.A.happy B.fine C.cool D.hot
43.A.match B.walk C.talk D.bath
44.A.enjoying B.receiving C.listening D.looking forward
45.A.quiet B.interesting C.moving D.exciting
46.A.sound B.keep C.seem D.prove
47.A.have B.need C.buy D.find
48.A.when B.than C.and D.then
49.A.with B.by C.for D.in
50.A.eat B.feed C.serve D.food
51.A.necessity B.thing C.kind D.tool
52.A.many B.some C.no D.few
53.A.makes B.forces C.allows D.advises
54.A.always B.already C.still D.ever
55.A.experienced B.awaited C.liked D.talked about
Port Regis well situated for exploring the beautiful South and West of England and Wales.
The school has excellent hotels and guest houses nearby for parents who are dropping off or collecting their children from the school.
All students attending English Country Schools must live in the appointed(指定) place.
We do not advise that parents live locally while their child is at school. Experience suggests that this often upsets the child and disturbs progress.
Howard’s House County Hotel & Restaurant
About 15 minutes from Port Regis School, Howard’s House is set in large gardens hidden in the quietness of the lovely Nadder Valley.
Plumber Manor is a comfortable manor house built of local stones, situated about 20 minutes from Port Regis School. The 17th century house is mounded by lawns and is set in quiet Dorset countryside. The steam turns through the grounds.
Woodville Farm Bed & Self-catering
Woodville Farm is a family-run farm set in the Dorset countryside about 5 minutes from Port Regis School. Bed and breakfast accommodation(膳宿): one double bedroom & one twin bedroom both with bathrooms, tea & coffee making facilities, color television &hairdryer. There is also a self-catering(自饮) 2-bedroom bungalow(平房) nearby.
Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant
Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant is a late Victorian building set in eleven acres of beautifully planned grounds on the borders of Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire. About 10 minutes from Port Regis School.
56 The passage is mainly written for .
B. hotel managers
D. country travelers
57 Parents are advised not to live locally when children are having classes because .
A. children are not too excited to be with their parents
B. parents stay with their children for too long
C. their visit makes children uneasy about themselves
D. their stay there disturbs children’s studies
58 If you prefer to live in a stone house, which hotel would you choose?
A. Plumber Manor
B. Woodville Farm Bed & Self-catering
C. Howard’s House Country Hotel & Restaurant
D. Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant
59 Woodville Farm is different from other hotels in that___________.
A. it is hidden in a large garden
B. guests can cook their own food
C. it dates back to Victorian times
D. it has a very beautiful country scenery
Americans are proud of their variety and individuality, yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of a lift operator or the uniform of a five-star general. Why are uniforms so popular in the United States?
Among the arguments for uniforms, one of the first is that in the eyes of most people they look more professional than civilian(百姓的) clothes. People have become conditioned to expect higher quality from a man who wears a uniform. The television repairman who wears a uniform is likely to inspire more trust than one who appears in civilian clothes. Faith in the skill of a garage mechanic is increased by a uniform.
What easier way is there for a nurse, a policeman, a hairdresser, or a waiter to lose professional identity(职业身份) than to step out of uniform?
Primary among the argument against uniforms in their lack of variety and the loss of individuality experienced by people who must wear them. Though there are many types of uniforms, the wearer of any particular type is generally stuck with it, without change, until retirement. When people look alike, they are likely to think ,speak, and act similarly on the job at least. Uniforms also give rise to some practical problems. Though they are long-lasting, often their initial expense is greater than the cost of civilian clothes, Some uniforms are also expensive to maintain , requiring professional dry cleaning rather than the home laundering possible with types of civilian clothes.
60 People are likely to think that a man in uniform .
A. suggests quality work
B. shows his social position
C. appears to be more practical
D. looks more fresh and attractive
61 Those who are against uniforms believe that people wearing uniforms .
A. are usually helpful
B. have little freedom
C. lose personal character
D. enjoy greater popularity
62 It can be concluded from the passage that .
A. people generally trust a person in uniform
B. people enjoy wearing comfortable uniform
C. the cost of the uniform is acceptable to people
D. people wear uniforms to show their professions
63 The underlined sentence tells us that .
A. it’s impossible that people can be recognized more easily by their uniforms
B. people’s identity can be recognized more easily by their uniforms
C. nurses and policemen must wear uniforms when working
D. people in those professions act in an easier way without uniforms
I am a good mother to three children. I have tried never to let my profession stand in the way of being a good parent.
I no longer consider myself the center of the universe. I show up. I listen. I try to laugh. I am a good friend to my husband.I have tried to make marriage vows(誓约)mean what they say. I am a good friend to my friends, and they to me. Without them, there would be nothing to say to you today.
So here’s what I wanted to tell you today：Get a life. A real life, not a desire of the next promotion(提升), the bigger paycheck, the larger house.
Get a life in which you are not alone. Find people you love, and who love you. And remember that love is not leisure, it is work. Pick up the phone. Send an e-mail. Write a letter. And realize that life is the best thing and that you have no business taking it for granted.
It is so easy to waste our lives, our days, our hours, and our minutes. It is so easy to exist instead of to live. I learned to live many years ago. Something really, really bad happened to me, something that changed my life in ways that, if I had my choice, it would never have been changed at all. And what I learned from it is what, today, seems to be the hardest lesson of all.
I learned to love the journey, not the destination. I learned to look at all the good in the world and try to give some of it back because I believed in it, completely and totally. And I tried to do that, in part, by telling others what I had learned.
By telling them this：Read in the backyard with the sun on your face. Learn to be happy. And think of life as a deadly illness, because if you do, you will live with joy and passion(激情)as it ought to be lived.
64 The best title of this passage probably is ________.
A.Love your friends. B.Live a real life.
C.Don’t waste time. D.Be a good mother and wife.
65 How did the author form her view of life?
A.Through social experience. B.By learning from her friends.
C.Through an unfortunate experience. D.From her children and husband.
66 By the underlined sentence “It is so easy to exist instead of to live” in the fifth paragraph, the author really means _______.
A.make a living rather than live a real life.
B.work rather than enjoy life
C.waste a lot in life
D.forget the most important lessons in life
67 What’s the author’s attitude toward work?
A.Do it well to serve others
B.To earn enough money to make life better.
C.Try your best to get higher position and pay.
D.Don’t let it affect your real life.
68 It can be inferred from the passage that _______.
A.the author is a success in personal life.
B.the author doesn’t try her best to work well
C.the author spends all her time caring for her children
D.the author likes traveling very much
The repairman told me, “No charge, Professor Pan! We’re friends.” “I’d rather pay,” I replied. “If it’s free, I can’t afford it!”
Chinese often refuse payment for professional services, insisting, “We’re friends now!” But then they show up later to ask me to tutor them in English, or get them into an American university, and I wish I’d have just paid the 30 yuan I owed them in the first place!
According to the Americans “There’s no free lunch.” meaning, there’s a price for everything, and I’m always looking around to figure out what this means.
Many of our neighbors have given us fruit or flowers or costly teas, never asking anything in return. For years, a bicycle repairman has repeatedly refused to let me pay him. “Wait until you have something major to fix!” he insists.
I mentioned to a peasant friend that I wished I had a stone mill to grind (磨) flour for bread. A month later he showed up with a beautiful mill that he’d had his uncle in the countryside carve from a solid block of granting (花岗石).
Chinese generosity is a real education for Americans like me, who would rather avoid social entanglements (纠纷) and just hand over the money. But cash can’t compensate (补偿) for the greatest gift—friendship.
When an American saw some of my friends sitting on bamboo stools under the trees, sipping tea, he said, “They must have nothing better to do.” “Actually,” I said, “they are professors, with plenty of to do. But probably you’re right in saying that, at this moment, they have nothing better to do. And neither do I”
And I joined the group. We chatted about tea and Chinese cooking and how much my boys have grown since we arrived. One man said, “They were pocket-sized when you came here. Now they’re taller than you. How time flies!”
How time flies. And Chinese are smart enough to share what they know, which they cannot keep. They freely give off their time, never too busy to help a friend. And they are teaching me, slowly, to both give and receive.
So the next time someone says, “No charge. We’re friends!” I will thank them heartily. But if they show up later asking me to tutor them in English, I’ll make sure they tutor my son in Chinese as well, because there’s still no free lunch.
69.Why did the author insist paying the repairman when he was offered free repairs?
A. Because he was an upright (正直的) man.
B. Because he didn’t know the repairman.
C. Because he thought it natural to pay for others’ service.
D. Because he didn’t want to help others in return.
70. Generally, the author thinks that _____ .
A. Chinese are generous and always ready to help their friends
B. Chinese are good at exchange of equal values
C. Chinese are free enough to drink tea and chat with their friends
D. Chinese are helpful but don’t treasure time
71. The best title of the article should be _____ .
A. Still no free lunch
B. A good lesson from the Chinese
C. True help or not
D. Learn to both give and receive
72. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Chinese seldom refuse payment for professional services.
B. When a peasant knew the author needed a mill, he made one for the
C. The author thinks that Chinese are wise enough to enjoy their life.
D. Finally, the author changed his mind and decided to do as the Chinese do.
We need to make better use of our resources. In developing countries we have more than enough, if we are less wasteful in our ways. Fortunately, we can improve. The challenge lies not so much with ‘technical fixes’ but with our approach to our world around us. In the recent past we were in a “Wild West” economy, supposing that there would always be enough resources. Now we know there are no new Earth to explore and exploit; one image to illustrate this is to think of Earth as a spaceship, where most materials have to be recycled. For us, “moving on” will be a case of leaving behind the throwaway society and advancing to a conserver society.
To qualify as citizens of a conserver society, we must change traditional attitudes and thinking. We need to recognize that there is not very often such a thing as “waste”, rather, there are materials which sometimes end up in the wrong place. The change has already begun. The European steel industry reuses scrap(废弃的)metal, resulting in an energy saving of up to 50% . Recycling a glass container saves only 18%; but, in parts of the United States, a citizen buying a bottle of soda or beer now pays a deposit against return of the empty bottle.
If all drink containers in the USA were to be reused, the annual saving would be 0.5 million tons glass, plus about 50 million barrels of oil used in production processes. In Japan, OPEC promoted an increase in recycling of raw materials from 16% to 48% in just five years. In Norway, the price of a new car includes a disposal cost element of about 100 dollars, redeemable(可换成现款的)when the junked car is turned in at an approved receiving center.
Major new businesses are trying to exploit waste chemicals and oil. The Chinese claim to reuse 2.5 million tons of scrap iron and at least one million tons of waste paper each year. In the main, the conserver society depends on the commitment of individuals. But they can be encouraged by government incentive(鼓励) and punishment, which should apply at least as strongly to industry and other commercial interests.
73 Which of the following best expresses the meaning of “a conserver society” in the second paragraph?
A. A wasteful society.
B. A society which thinks of ways of recycling waste materials.
C. A society which keeps everything.
D. A society which saves electricity.
74 In the last paragraph, the author suggests governments _______.
A. depends on individuals to find ways of conserving energy.
B. find ways of encouraging those industries and individuals who conserve energy and of punishing those who don’t.
C. depend on companies to find ways of saving energy and rewarding workers
D. help establish businesses that will exploit waste materials
75 In this passage the author _______.
A. explains that meaning of the “Wild West” economy
B. tells us what recycled materials are.
C. teaches us how to recycle materials.
D. recommend a change in our use of resources strongly
Everyone can do something for our environment. For me, I 76.___________
should try to save electricity in my daily life. For an example, 77.___________
if I am the last person leave the classroom in the evening, 78.___________
I will always remember to turn on the lights. In order to 79___________
protect our forests, I will use paper wise. I should try 80____________
to use all sides of paper whenever it is possible. I will 81___________
not use things like paper cup and disposable chopsticks 82___________
because they are made up of wood. I believe that doing all 83___________
these small things will improve our environment but help 84___________
making our world a better place to live in. 85___________
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3. 参考词汇：情人节—Valentine’s Day,入侵---invasion Is it right for young people to celebrate foreign festivals such as Valentine’s Day,April Fools’Day and Christmas Day?
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