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I. 听力（10%）第一节 (共5个小题; 每小题0.5 分, 满分2.5分)
1. What is the most probable result of the conversation?
A. The man got his telephone repaired.
B. The man got nothing.
C. The man got a new telephone.
2. What is the relation between the two speakers?
A. A new comer and her boss. B. A visitor and the host. C. New friends.
3. What is the man interested in?
A. A dress. B. A watch. C. A pair of sports shoes.
4. Which man is the thief?
A. A middle-aged man, with short brown hair
B. A middle-aged man, with long black hair
C. A middle-aged man, with long brown hair.
5. Where are they most probably working?
A. At the post office. B. At a newspaper office. C. At a supermarket.
第二节 (共15 小题, 每小题0.5分，满分7.5 分)听第6段对话， 回答第6至8题..
6. Why doesn’t the man book the seats downstairs?
A. Too expensive. B. Too close to the stage. C. Uncomfortable.
7. When does the man plan to see the performance?
A. Next Saturday. B. On October 21st. C. On October 25th.
8. How much does each upstairs ticket cost?
A. $10. B. $3.75. C. $2.50.
9. Where are they most probably having the conversation?
A. In a store. B. In Singapore. C. At the woman’s working place.
10. What is the man’s wife going to do?
A. To go back to Singapore. B. To do Christmas shopping. C. To be a mother.
11. Where can the man get money?
A. From the Dunnes Stores. B. From the Allied Irish Bank. C. From the Bank of Ireland.
12. Which of the following statements is true?
A. The Bank of Ireland is near Dunnes Stores.
B. It is about ten minutes’ walk from the place where they are standing to the bank.
C. The man isn’t familiar with the area.
13. What will the woman do at the end of the conversation?
A. She will help the man to get money from the bank.
B. She will draw a map for the man.
C. She will show him the way to the bank.
14. Which word can best describe the woman?
A. Open-minded B. Warm-hearted. C. Honest.
15. How long has the speaker been in Finland?
A. The whole winter. B. For two weeks. C. For three weeks.
16. What did she come to Finland for?
A. To buy clothes. B. To attend a meeting. C. To experience the weather.
17. What was the speaker’s biggest problem while preparing for the trip?
A. Getting the right kind of clothes. B. Getting used to the weather. C. Selling warm clothes.
18. Which of the following is true?
A. Julia’s been to Northern Europe. B. Julia’s from Finland. C. Julia makes clothes.
19. What do American students often do on weekends?
A. Having dances at their schools. B. Having dances out of their schools. C. Going to bars.
20. What can we learn about Mary and Peter?
A. They worked for the dance.
B. They didn’t need to pay for the dance.
C. They helped clean the hall.
21. Nuclear science should be developed to _______ the people rather than harm them.
A. benefit B. contribute C. protect D. affect
22. When I opened the door, I found my father sitting in his chair, completely ______ a magazine.
A. absorbing in B. absorbed in C. absorbing to D. absorbed to
23. The teacher asked a difficult question, but Ted, finally, managed to ______ a good answer.
A. put up with B. keep up with C. come up with D. go through with
24. We regret to inform you that there are no tickets ______ for Friday’s performance.
A. available B. spare C. convenient D. affordable
25. Water is actually quite simple, but the way ______ the water molecule is formed gives water its unique properties.
A. how B. where C. that D. when
26. Theses animals are all used to their environment; ______, they have learned how to live successfully in their habitat.
A. for example B. what’s more C. that is D. or rather
27. This is your last chance. You may as well ______ full advantage of it.
A. make B. get C. take D. have
28. King John managed to lose his French lands in about A.D. 1200, thus ______ England’s tie with France.
A. broke B. broken C. to break D. breaking
29. The village I visited last week lies ______ the two roads meet.
A. where B. when C. in which D. after
30. Eating too much fat can _____ heart disease and cause high blood pressure.
A. respond to B. contribute to C. attend to D. devote to
31. We _____ last night, but we went to the concert instead.
A. must have studied B. might study C. should have studied D. would study
32. Though Bill was tired, he helped me carry the bag _______.
A. the whole way B. all the way C. by the way D. the same way
33. Even though I had hurt my leg, I _______ swim back to the boat.
A. could B. might C. had to D. was able to
34. --- Could I borrow your dictionary? --- Yes, of course you ______.
A. might B. will C. can D. should
35. The young dancers looked so charming in their beautiful clothes that we took _____ pictures
A. many of B. masses of C. the number of D. a large amount of
By my third day in the hospital, I realized Owen didn’t visit. I couldn’t understand __36_ my best friend wouldn’t come to see me. Struggling against the __37___, I called his __38__. His mom answered, and when I asked for Owen, she got __39___. “He’s not here right now,” she said. I thought it was __40___ that she didn’t tell me where he was or __41__ to have him call me. But I was so weak, I just let it __42__. I found out later that Owen’s mom telephoned my parents right after we rang __43__. My phone call really made her __44__, and she ___45__ they talk to me. Later that night, my mom __46___. Did I remember drinking? Did I remember being in a car? I had __47__ what she was talking about, so she finally told me the news: I’d hit a tree. Owen, in the __48__ seat, was thrown from the car and killed immediately. The only reason I’ve lived was because of my __49__.
My fist __50__ was of shock, I’d been drink-drinking? Hit a tree? Killed Owen? I felt like the __51__ person in the world. Even after I was able to __52__ several weeks later, I didn’t want to eat, I didn’t want to talk. I just __53___ at the wall in my __54__ and cried. The only person I wanted to see was Owen. I didn’t feel like __55___ with any of my old friends.
36. A. if B. whether C. why D. how
37. A. nurse B. doctor C. pain D. would
38. A. company B. house C. school D. office
39. A. quiet B. sad C. calm D. surprised
40. A. unfair B. wrong C. strange D. unnecessary
41. A. permit B. allow C. offer D. refuse
42. A. down B. alone C. be D. go
43. A. up B. off C. out D. back
44. A. anxious B. shocked C. disappointed D. excited
45. A. hoped B. wished C. insisted D. ordered
46. A. went by B. came by C. called back D. sent for
47. A. understood B. doubted C. wondered D. no idea
48. A. passenger B. driver C. front D. spare
49. A. doctor B. friend C. seat-belt D. luck
50. A. thought B. reaction C. action D. idea
51. A. luckiest B. worst C. happiest D. most lonely
52. A. stand up B. get over C. go home D. eat out
53. A. stared B. looked C. glanced D. glared
54. A. sickroom B. office C. bedroom D. dormitory
55. A. to hang about B. to hang around C. hanging up D. hanging out
Who is there among us who hasn’t dreamed of having his or her own small (maybe, several years later, even big) business, and having wonderful freedom, both from a boss and from the time clock: the freedom to make up our own rules for our work, and our own plans--- arranging our own hours of work? That way work would be both painless and fun. Or, so we imagine.
Well, in fact it isn’t quite as simple as that. Yes, it is true that being the boss has its satisfactions and that you can arrange your working hours freely if you own your own small business. But in those early years of starting your own business, you shouldn’t think of a free day, not to mention flying off for a month’s vacation. It is not unusual for new business owners to work seventy or eighty hours a week, and if there is a day off, that day might need to be devoted to accounting(算帐).
But this negative picture doesn’t destroy the beautiful hopes. The possibility of getting something wonderful in return--- both material and mental--- continues to drive that large number of people who start up small businesses each year in the United States.
56. From the first paragraph, we know that everybody hopes ______.
A. to rule others B. to be his or her own boss
C. to get a time clock D. to be free from work
57. Most new business owners have to ______.
A. work more than 10 hours a day B. devote himself to accounting
C. fly to some places in the world D. have a day off in a week
58. The expression “negative picture” most probably means “_________”.
A. a terrible experience B. a poor picture
C. limited freedom D. unpleasant situations
59.The beautiful hopes will never be destroyed because __________.
A. people love beautiful things by nature
B. people have a strong desire to seek personal gains
C. small businesses make big money each year in the US
D. small businesses have advantages over big companies
Parents often believe that they have a good relationship with their teenagers (青少年). But last summer, Joanna and Henry noticed a change in their older son: suddenly he seemed to be talking far more to his friends than to his parents. “The door to his room is always shut,” Joanna noted.
Tina and Mark noticed similar changes in their 14-year-old daughter. “She used to cuddle up (蜷缩) with me on the sofa and talk,” said Mark. “Now we joke that she does this only when she wants something. Sometimes she wants to be treated like a little girl and sometimes like a young lady. The problem is figuring out which time is which.”
Before age 11, children like to tell their parents what’s on their minds. “In fact, parents are first on the list,” sand Michael Riera, author of Uncommon sense for Parents with Teenager.” This completely changes during the teen years,” Riera explained. “They talk to their friends first, then maybe their teachers, and their parents last.”
Parents who know what’s going on in their teenagers’ lives are in the best position to help them. To break down the wall of silence, parents should create chances to understand what their children want to say, and try to find ways to talk and write to them. And they must give their children a mental break, for children also need freedom, though young. Another thing parents should remember is that to be a friend, not a manager, with their children is a better way to know them.
60. “The door to his room is always shut” suggests that the son _______.
A. is always busy with his studies B. doesn’t want to be disturbed
C. keep himself away from his parents D. begins to dislike his parents
61. What troubles Tina and Mark most is that _______.
A. their daughter isn’t as lively as before
B. they can’t read their daughter’s mind exactly
C. they don’t know what to say to their daughter
D. their daughter talks with them only when she needs help
62. Which of the following best explains “the wall of silence” in the last paragraph?
A. Teenagers talk a lot with their friends.
B. Teenagers do not want to understand their parents.
C. Teenagers do not talk much with their parents.
D. Teenagers talk little about their own lives.
63. What can be learned from the passage?
A. Parents are unhappy with their growing children.
B. Parents have suitable ways to talk with their teenagers.
C. Parents should be patient with their silent teenagers.
D. Parents should try to understand their teenagers.
Do you want to live another 100 years or more? Some experts say that scientific advances will one day enable humans to last tens of years beyond what is now seen as the natural limit of the human life span.
“I think we are knocking at the door of immortality(永生),” said Michael Zey, a Montclair State University business professor and author of two books on the future. “I think by 2075 we will see it and that’s a conservative estimate(保守估计).”
At the conference in San Francisco, Donald Louria, a professor at New Jersey Medical School in Newark said advances in using genes as well as nanotechnology (纳米) make it likely that humans will live in the future beyond what has been possible in the past. “There is a great push so that people can live from 120 to 180 years,” he said. “Some have suggested that there is no limit and that people could live to 200 or 300 or 500 years.”
However, many scientists who specialize in ageing are doubtful about it and say the human body is just not designed to last about 120 years. Even with healthier lifestyles and less disease, they say failure of the brain and organs will finally lead all humans to death.
Scientists also differ on what kind of life the super aged might live. “It remains to be seen if you pass 120, you know; could you be healthy enough to have good quality of life?” said Leonard Poon, director of the University of Georgia Gerontology Centre. “At present people who could get to that point are not in good health at all.”
64. By saying “we are knocking at the door of immortality”, Michael Zey means________.
A. they believe that there is no limit of living
B. they are sure to find the truth about long living
C. they have got some ideas about living forever
D. they are able to make people live past the present life span
65. Donald Louria’s attitude toward long living is that _________.
A. people can live from 120 to 180
B. it is still doubtful how long humans can live
C. the human body is designed to last about 120 years
D. it is possible for humans to live longer in the future
66. The underlined “it” (Paragraph 4) refers to ______.
A. a great push B. the idea of living beyond the present life span
C. the idea of living from 200 to 300 years D. the conservative estimate
67. What would be the best title for this text?
A. Living Longer or Not B. Science, Technology and Long Living
C. No Limit for Human Life D. Healthy Lifestyle and Long Living
1. The r_______ between the army and the people is as close as fish to water.
2. He is very ______ (敏感) about his ugly appearance.
3. Water is made up of o_______ and hydrogen.
4. Temperatures here r______ from 5 to 15.
5. The stamp is ________（独一无二）; there are no others like it.
6. Gradually __________ (减少) the amount of vitamin C when you feel better.
7. His only ________(消遣) are drinking beer and watching football.
8. His uncle has been a s_______ on a ship for ten years.
9. Water is a liquid at room temperature and has a _______(相对) high freezing point.
10. Scientist and students have endless opportunities to study a _______ (种类繁多)life in the habitat.
III. 短文改错 10%(见答卷)
1. __________ 2. ____________ 3. ____________4. _____________5. ___________
6. ____________ 7. ___________ 8. ___________ 9._____________ 10. ___________
IV. 短文改错 10%
Miss Jones was a teacher, her home was not far 1. __________
from her school, but she always walked there in the 2. __________
morning. All the pupils in the school was very young. 3. __________
In a very cold and windy morning, Miss Jones walked 4. __________
to school, and the cold wind went into her eyes, 5. __________
and big tears began rolling out of them. She reached at 6. __________
the school, opened the door and go into the classroom. 7. __________
It was nice and warm here and Miss Jones was happy. 8. __________
But then the small boy looked at her for a few seconds, 9. __________
put his arm around her and said kind, “Don’t cry, Miss. 10. _________
School isn’t very bad.”
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21-25 ABCAC 26-30 CCDAB 31-35CBDCB
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56-60 BADBC 61-65BCDCD 66-67BA
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III. 短文改错 10%
1. her→whose 2. but→and 3. was→were 4. In→On 5. school前加the
6. 把at去掉 7. go→went 8. √ 9. the→a 10. kind→kindly
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