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1. What is the relationship between the speakers?
C. Former neighbours.
2. Where does this conversation take place?
A. In a clothing store.
B. At a hotel.
C. At a booking office.
3. What does the women mean?
A. She didn’t tell a lie.
B. She doesn’t tell the truth.
C. She didn’t choose to talk to the man.
4. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man was caught in the rain last night.
B. The rain prevented the show from being performed.
C. In spite of the heavy rain, the show went on.
5. What is the man doing?
A. He’s reading.
B. He’s watching TV.
C. He’s doing his homework.
6. Where is this conversation taking place?
A. At a supermarket.
B. At a store for modern office equipment.
C. At the woman’s laboratory.
7. What is the woman looking for?
A. A photocopier.
B. A word processor.
C. An answering machine.
8. By how many yuan is the price going to increase?
A. 80 yuan.
B. 60 yuan.
C. 18 yuan.
9. Why is the man making the telephone call?
A. He’s fixing a time to meet Mr. Zhao Anjian.
B. He’s inviting Mr. Zhao Anjian to Russia.
C. He’s giving information about Mr. Zhao Anjian’s flight.
10. When does the man have to be at the airport?
A. By 7:45
B. By 9:45
C. By 10:45
11. What number can Mr. Zhao call if there is a problem?
12. How many beds does the woman want in her room?
13. How much will the room cost in the west wing?
A. ￡ 18
B. ￡ 88
14. Where does this conversation take place?
A. At the woman’s house.
B. Outside a café.
C. In a hotel.
15. What is the probable result of this conversation?
A. They went straightly back home.
B. They had a drink together.
C. They said goodbye to each other.
16. Which place of interest will the tourists visit first?
A. Hero Square.
C. Evergreen Church.
17. What can the tourists find some people doing in Hero Square?
A. Seated in benches.
B. Feeding pigeons.
C. Walking leisurely.
18. What does the speaker think of one’s appearance?
A. More important than anything else.
B. Not important at all on all occasions.
C. Its importance various on different occasions.
19. What does the speaker think of being in jeans and a sweater for an interview for government job?
C. Wise enough.
20. What does this speech suggest?
A. Different places, different appearances.
B. Always be in the latest fashion.
C. The same appearance though in different places.
21. — Mainland superstar singer Sun Nan will hold a concert on December 24.
— _______! I never heard about it.
A. Congratulations B. You are mad C. What a great surprise D. How exciting a concert
22. There _______ nothing to talk about, everyone in the room remained silent.
A. was B. had C. being D. having
23. On the whole, the time _____ the students devote to the games in the Internet cafes without doubt has a great effect on the study at school.
A. in which B. on which C. when D. that
24. — What do you think of the coming Beijing 2008 Olympics?
— Oh, the table-tennis match is ______ to be the most exciting of it.
A. preferred B. wished C. expected D. proved
25. It was only after some progress _____ in the use and development of electricity that men began to realize the importance and possibilities of magnetism (磁力).
A. was being made B. would have been made C. has been made D. had been made
26. The central government is sparing no efforts to ______ the officials' overuse of power to make up a healthier Party.
A. keep off B. keep down C. keep out D. keep on
27. Many politicians think that it may be a long time ______ such a country damaged by many years of war is rebuilt.
A. since B. before C. after D. while
28. Volunteers will be on the frontline in welcoming the world to China, ______ in beautiful uniforms and using English to help visitors.
A. dressed B. dressing C. to dress D. being dressed
29. — Is there a basketball match between the IA Lakers and Houston Rockets this Saturday?
— There _____ be. I've already been trying to get one ticket.
A. might B. would C. must D. can
30. Mary actually saw lung cancer kill her father, who had smoked _____ since he was a teenager.
A. badly B. seriously C. heavily D. fiercely
31. Each of the 400 people received from their boss _____ gift — "Who moved my cheese?" — ______ best-seller in the US — to understand how to deal with changes in their fives and work.
A. the; 不填 B. a; 不填 C. a; a D. the; a
32. Understanding the cultural habits of another nation, especially _______ containing as many different cultures as the United States is a difficult thing.
A. which B. one C. that D. it
33. — What can I do with such a situation?
— Take _____ measure you consider best.
A. whichever B. whatever C. however D. whoever
34. Among movie lines, it might be the declaration "I'm the king of the world" by Leonardo from the film "Titanic" _______ was named to be the worst line in movie history.
A. what B. who C. Which D. that
35. — Excuse me, what impressed you most in his report?
— Well, the most important part, I think, lies in the words to bring about an _______ of the conditions of the working men and women.
A. improvement B. advance C. increase D. achievement
More and more young women want to look beautiful. Young women's desire to achieve the figure of a fashion model has an 36 form of expression in the problem of anorexia nervosa (神经性厌食症). Anorexia nervosa is a(n) 37 disorder which occurs largely among young girls; 38 , it is also found among 39 of the young women, and in some cases, among boys.
Anorexia nervosa is a disease 40 starvation attitudes toward food, and distorted (扭曲的) body image. 41 they are often extremely thin, anorexic girls believe that they are fat and 42 to diet. Their ideas of their own bodies are very much distorted. They do not see themselves as thin but 43 , as fat. Most 44 of anorexia lose 25 percent or more of their body fat. Anorexia also causes them to become 45 . From five to six percent of anorexics actually die from starvation.
Anorexia, which means "without food", seems to be quite 46 among young girls, although it was 47 a problem twenty years ago. The 48 of anorexia is not known. Researchers are trying to find out its 49 but it is related to a psychological (心理的) need. One theory is that they want to 50 becoming an adult, since starvation can 51 down physical growth and the beginning of puberty (青春期). Another theory is that anorexia is related to refusal of the mother figure or to 52 the daughter of an overly protective and controlling mother. By being anorexic, the girl shows her ability to 53 at least one aspect of her own life.
In addition, researchers 54 that the problem may result in a wrong body image — the ideal of female beauty of being very 55 .
36. A. ordinary B. extreme C. interesting D. last
37. A. acting B. sleeping C. studying D. eating
38. A. however B. generally C. anyhow D. regularly
39. A. few B. all C. some D. none
40. A. brought by B. found in C. regarded as D. suggested by
41. A. Because B. When C. Although D. If
42. A. put B. hold C. check D. choose
43. A. rather B. nevertheless C. further D. even
44. A. lovers B. victims C. women D. patients
45. A. anxious B. worried C. weak D. disappointed
46. A. ordinary B. common C. great D. often
47. A. hardly B. certainly C. hopefully D. exactly
48. A. medicine B. truth C. result D. cause
49. A. possibility B. opportunity C. necessity D. importance
50. A. enjoy B. imagine C. avoid D. risk
51. A. slow B. cut C. break D. turn
52. A. doing B. becoming C. turning D. being
53. A. control B. improve C. build D. instruct
54. A. advise B. note C. announce D. doubt
55. A. fat B. thin C. healthy D. weak
Learn another language isn't easy, but most people can learn a second language well if they're willing to put in the necessary time. Here are some practical suggestions for studying effectively, overcoming anxiety, and learning the grammar and skills necessary for success in foreign language classes.
Study every day
Language lemming is cumulative: you cannot put it off until the weekend. Study one or two hours for every class hour if you want a good mark.
Distribute your study time in 15 to 30 minutes period throughout the day
Study a different task each time: vocabulary now, grammar next, etc. Get an overview during the first half hour: spend 10 minutes reviewing dialog, 10 minutes learning new vocabulary, 10 minutes learning new grammar… So you'll at least have looked at it all. About 80% of your study time should be spend on recitation (背诵) or practice.
Attend every class — even if you aren't well prepared
Class time is your best opportunity to practice, Learn the grammar and vocabulary outside of class in order to make full use of the class time. Spend a few minutes "warming up" before each class by speaking or reading the language.
Make yourself comfortable in the classroom
Get to know your classmates, so you'll feel you're among friends. Visit your teacher during office hours and explain your goals and fears about the course to your teacher.
Learn grammar if you don't already know it
Grammar is the skeleton (骨架) and the basic structure of a language, and you must learn it.
Practice for tests by doing what you'll have to do on the test
If the test will require you to write, then study by writing — including spelling and accents. If you' re asked to listen, practice listening. Ask for practice questions and make up your own test questions. Try to invent changes on patterns and forms. Over learning is also required in tests preparation: study beyond the paints of recognition to mastery.
Develop a good attitude
Have a clear personal reason for taking the class. Set personal goals for what you want to learn. Leave perfectionism at the door; give yourself permission to make mistakes and learn from them.
56. What does the underlined word "cumulative" in "Paragraph 3" probably mean?
A. process of gaining knowledge or skill by doing and seeing things
B. having to do with comparison
C. having ability to do what is needed
D. increasing in amount by one addition after another
57. A good learner is one who _____ according to the passage.
A. never permits himself to make mistakes
B. can learn something from the mistakes he makes
C. follows the goals that other persons set for themselves
D. can get to know his classmates and doesn't take his teachers' advice
58. What would be the best title for the passage?
A. Tips on studying a foreign language
B. Advice on how to learn grammar
C. Suggestions for studying vocabulary effectively
D. How to make yourself comfortable in the classroom
A graded reader is a book containing simplified languages used to help learners master the language. Readers come in different levels, from beginners to advanced. English learners need to choose a reader that is suitable for their level.
Why use readers? Lots of research shows that extensive (广泛的) reading improves all aspects of language learning, including vocabulary, speaking skills, fluency (流利), writing skills and reading comprehension.
Reading is a way of learning English without classes or a teacher. It helps develop learner independence. And while reading graded readers, learners don't have to run to a dictionary because the language is at their level.
How do I get started? The entire class can read the same book or different books at different times.
How do I know the fight level? If your class is all reading the same book, choose one that is appropriate for their level. If your students are reading different books, you can have a selection of books at different levels. In this case, don't worry too much about the level. A learner who is interested in detective stories might read a higher level book if the motivation (动机) is there.
How to read the book depends on students' age, motivation and class time available. Some classes like to read silently, others like to read aloud in small groups and some enjoy being read to by the teacher. Be sensitive to the class and ask for their opinions.
Some pre-reading activities are needed. Before students open a book, it is important to spark interest in the story and in the whole process of reading. For example, ask them to guess what the story is from cover, chapter titles and let students put them in the best order, or discuss the author.
During reading, choose a suitable chapter or chapters that can be broken down to make a comic strip (连环漫画). Or students select a part of the book to make into a radio play. Students can also become journalists and report on parts of the story. Choose a piece of action and have students write it up. Besides, students can role-play an interview with a character.
59. The underlined word "appropriate" in the fifth paragraph probably means "________".
A. famous B. suitable C. ordinary D. enjoyable
60. Who do you think the passage is written mainly for?
A. Students. B. Parents. C. Teachers. D. Pupils.
61. When do you think students can become journalists and report on parts of the story?
A. Before reading. B. During reading. C. During warming up. D. Before a test.
62. From the passage, we can infer that _______.
A. readers can make classroom fun
B. reading can help develop learners dependence
C. some pre-reading activities are not needed
D. extensive reading improves all aspects of language learning
Today, there are many avenues open to those who wish to continue their education. However,
nearly all require some break one’s career order to attend school full time. Part-time education ,
that is，attending school at night or for one weekend a month, tends to drag the process out over time and puts the completion of a degree program out of reach of many people.
Besides，such programs require a fixed time commitment，which can also negatively affect one’s career and family time. Of the many approaches to teaching and learning，however，per-haps the most flexible and accommodating is that called distance learning.
Distance learning is an educational method，which allows the students the flexibility to study at his or her own pace to achieve the academic goals, which are so necessary in today’s world. The time required to study many be set—aside at the student’s convenience with due regard to all life’s other requirements.
Besides，the student may enroll in distance learning courses from actually any place in the world，while continuing to pursue their chosen career. Tutorial assistance may be available via
regular airmail，telephone，facsimile machine，teleconferencing and over the Internet.
Good distance learning programs are characterized by the inclusion of a subject evaluation tool. with every subject. This precludes the requirement for a student to travel away from home
to take a test. Another characteristic of a good distance-learning program is the same as of the
distance-learning course with the same subject materials as those students taking the course on
the home campus.
The degree should also be the same whether distance learning or on-campus study is em- ployed. The individuality of the professor／student relationship is another characteristic of a good distance-learning program.
In the final analysis，a good distance learning program has a place not only for the individual students but also the corporation or business mat wants to work in partnership. With their employees for the educational benefit，professional development，and business growth of the organization.
Sponsoring(赞助的)distance-learning programs for their employees gives the business the advantage of keeping career-minded people while contributing to their personal and professional
growth through education.
63. According to the passage，which of the following is NOT a disadvantage of part-time education?
A. It requires some break in one’s career.
B. It tends to last too long for many people to complete a degree program.
C. It affects one’s career
D. It gives the student less time to share with t11e family.
64. What benefit will distance—learning program bring to a business ?
A. Employment of more talented people. B. Good image of the business.
C. Better cooperation with universities. D. Further training of employees and business growth.
65. What benefit will distance learning bring to an employee of a business?
A. Professional growth B. Good relationship with the employer.
C. Good impression on the employer. D. Higher salary.
66. Which is not the characteristic of distance learning?
A. It includes a subject evaluation tool with every subject.
B. Its course uses the same subject materials as those students taking the course on the
C.A distance—learning program has a place only for students.
D. The relationship of the professor／student is characterized by individuality.
67. Where can you spend the night in a tour?
A. Cook’s Cottage. B. Westfield Centrepoint.
C. Sydney Tower. D. Sovereign Hill.
68. What is the time that Cook’s Cottage is open on Saturday in the summer?
A.11：00 am一2：00 pm. B.5：00 pm一10：30 pm.
C.9：00 am一5：30 pm. D.9：00 am-5：00 pm.
69. The Anchorage Restaurant is_____________.
A. in Williamstown B. in the centre of the city
C. in Anchorage D. in a Cantonese fishing port
70.If you want to buy the best products in Australia，you may call.
A.9397 6270 B.923 l 9300 C.533 l l 944 D.9419 4677
Healthy knees aren't the main consideration in choosing high heels, but new research says large and thick heels are just as bad for the knees as spindly stilettos (细高跟鞋). "It takes a long time to feel the effects of knee osteoarthritis (骨关节炎) — and once you do, it is too late," said Dr. Casey Kerrigan, leading researcher of the study and associate professor at Harvard Medical School's department of physical medicine. " I compare it to smoking — one cigarette is not painful, but over a lifetime it is. Wide-heeled shoes feel comfortable, so women wear them all day long, "Kerrigan said. "They are better for your feet than stiletto heels, but just as bad for your knees."
In the study, researchers had twenty women wear two pairs of shoes with three-inch heels, one with a narrow heel and the other with a thick one. The scientists compared how much pressure was put on the women's knees by both types of shoes. The women also walked barefoot to test normal pressure. The scientists found that both types of shoes applied equal amounts of pressure to the knees. Compared with walking barefoot, the heels increased pressure on the inside of the knee by 26 percent. Increased pressure on the knee eventually leads to arthritis, experts say.
The idea that high heels are bad for your health isn't new — scientists have warned women for years that they contribute to problems ranging from corns to hammer toes, tendonitis, knee pain, sprained (扭伤) ankles and back problems. But in 1998,Kerdgan and a team of Harvard researchers were the first to link high heels and knee osteoarthritis, a painful joint disease that destroys cartilage (软骨) surrounding the knee. The first study looked only at stiletto heels, and Kerrigan said she wanted to study the thick high-heeled shoes she noticed many women wearing. "This study confirms what we all intuitively (直觉地) know that high-heeled shoes of any kind are not good for our health," said Dr. Glenn Pfeifer, a San Francisco doctor and member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons who was not connected to the study.
71. We learn from the passage that women choose large and thick heels because _______.
A. they want to walk comfortably
B. thick heeled shoes are cheaper than stiletto heeled pairs
C. thick heels do less harm to knees
D. thick heels are not painful at ail
72. The study mentioned in the second paragraph found that _______.
A. pressure on the foot is caused by high heels
B. the pressure is abnormal while walking barefoot
C. arthritis is always caused by pressure on the knees
D. both types of shoe have the same harm to the knees
73. It can be inferred from the passage that ________.
A. people got to know the high heels are bad for health recently
B. people have known the high heels are bad for health for years
C. people haven' t known the high heels are bad for health yet
D. people will be warned that the high heels are bad for health soon
74. Kerrigan's late study looked at the large and thick high-heeled shoes because _______.
A. they feel more comfortable B. they are related to knee osteoarthritis
C. they are worn by many women D. they are different from stiletto heels
75. The best title for the passage may be ________.
A. Taking Healthy Knees into Consideration B. High-heels Do Harm to Knees
C. Thick Heels and Stiletto Heels D. When Wearing High-heels
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1~5 CCABA 6~10 BCACA 11~15 BBCBA 16~20 CBCBA
21-25. CCDCD 26-30. BBACC 31-35. CBBDA
36-40. BDACD 41-45. CDABC 46-50. BADAC 51-55. ADABB
56-60. DBABC 61-65. BAADA 66-70. C DCAB 71-75. ADBCB
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One possible version:
I'm a student in Senior Three. We have made a survey — "Who do you turn to when in trouble?" Here are the results.
Most of the students will go to their classroom or friends when in trouble they're almost of the same age, so they can talk with and understand each other easily. Some students will tell their teachers or parents about their troupes and ask for their help as the teachers and parents have rich experience and love them very much. They can be trusted by these students. Only a few students solve their problems all by themselves. They hate to talk with others and can' t get on well with others. They have few friends.
In my opinion, when in trouble we' d better ask our teachers, parent, friends or classmates for help.
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