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1. A chairs B hens C waiters D bags
2. A loose B wood C boot D foot
3. A chance B plane C change D danger
4. A fix B exercise C examine D excuse
5. A same B visit C six D sister
6. A thought B house C round D mount
7. A degree B angry C energy D agree
8. A dear B fear C ear D heard
9. Now let's go over our lesson again.
A go on doing B go on with C study D review
10. He keeps silent on that matter.
A smiles B shouts C says nothing D crys
11. My mother made up her mind to learn another foreign language,
A decided B prepared C had an idea D arranged
12. Could you do me a favour, please, and change this note for me?
A agree with me B support C be kind to me D help me
13. This is a true story.
A real B interesting C wonderful D cruel
14. I heard from my sister yesterday.
A listened B got a letter from C saw D got a calif rom
15. It's a very diffcult Job for him.
A easy B hard C nice D good
16. Will you feed cat for me.
A play with B give food to C help D send for
17. Today, we'll learn lesson twelve.
A twelve lesson B twelveth lesson
C the twelveth lesson D thelvelfth lesson
18. He caught a cold because of yesterday's rain.
A was cold B became cold C died D had ac old
19. He was worn out after the race.
A worried B carried away C disappointed D tired out
20. Thee is hardly any difference between the two maps.
A almost not B not C much D some
21. I have a lot of of my childhood
A photoes B photo C photo's D photos
22. He thinks more of than of himself.
A theother B others C another D other
23. There is only water left in the bottle.
A little B a little C few D a few
24. China is larger than country in Africa.
A any other B all the other C any D the other
25. The letter is sent by
A a friend of my father B my father friend's
C a friend of my father's D my father friend
26. We had hardly started dinner the guest came m.
A than B when C that D as soon as
27. Mary the piano when I arrived.
A play B plays C was playing D played
28. She the piano since she was a child.
A played B has played C have played D had played
29. She is worried your health.
A with B of C about D for
30. It is difficult to tell the difference these two words.
A in B among C between D for
31. Let's go finishing ?
A will you B shall we C won'tl D are we
32. His bicycle is not so expensive as .
A me B I C min3 D my's
33. I still remember the place our class once did some field work.
A there B where C which D when
34. Hello, are you German or America?
A a; an B an; a C an; an D a; a
35. This is the material in the lab next Monday.
A tested B is tested C will be tested D has been tested
36. The doctor .
A has taken; listened B had taken; listened
C took; had listened D took; listened
37. lf be it, the idea would never have entered her bead,
A had not said B have not said C had said D have said
38. He came to the party without
A be invited B being invited C was invited D were invited
39. It was at the station I met your brother yesterday.
A where B when C that D whom
40. Li asked me with him.
A to go fish B go fishing C to go fishing D goes fishing
三、阅读理解 (30 分)
A man once said how useless it was to put advertisements in the newspapers, "Last week," said he, "my umbrella was stolen from a London church. As it was a present, I spent twice its worth in advertising, but didn't get it back.."
"How did you write your advertisement? asked one of the listeners, a merchant.
"Here it is," said the man, talking out of his pocket a slip cut from a newspaper. The offer man took it and read, "Lost from the City Church last Sunday evening, a black silk umbrella. The gentleman who finds it will receive ten shillings on leaving it at No. 10 Broad Street."
"Now ,"said the merchant, "I often advertise, and find that it pays me well. But the way in which an advertisement is expressed is of extreme importance. Let us try for your umbrella again. and if it fails, I'll buy you anew one."
The merchant then took a slip of paper out of his pocket and wrote: "If the man who was seen to take an umbrella from the City Church last Sunday evening doesn't wish to get into trouble, he will return the umbrella to No. 10 Broad Street. He is well known."
This appeared in the paper, and on the following morning, the man was astonished when he opened the front door. In the doorway lay at least twelve unbrellas of all sizes and colours that had been thrown in, and his own was among the number. Many of them had nines fastened to them saying that they had been taken by mistake and begging the loser not to say anything about the matter.
l. According to the first advertisement, anyone who would receive ten shillings.
A. found the umbrella B. gave a message
C. left file umbrella at No. 10 Broad Street D. left the umbrella m the City
2. The result of file first advertisement was that .
A. the man got his umbrella back B, the man wasted some money advertising
C. nobody found the missing umbrella
D. the umbrella was found somewhere near the church
3, A merchant asked .
A. when he lost his umbrella B. how he wrote his advertisement
C. where he lost his umbrella D. what he did after losing his umbrella
4. The merchant suggested that the man should
A. buy a new umbrella B. go on looking for his umbrella
C. write another and better advertisement D. report to the police
5. Why did the merchant say "1 often advertise and find that it pays me well"?
A. He knew how to advertise. B. He had more money for advertising.
C. He found it easy to advertise
D. He had a friend in the newspaper where he advertised.
6. "lf it fails, I'll buy you a new one" suggested that
A. He was quite sure of success
B, He was not sure he would get the umbrella back
C. He was rich enough to afford a new umbrella
D. He did not know what to go
7. Did the merchant know who had taken the umbrella?
A. Sure. B. Not very sine. C. Not at all. D. Probably.
8. This is a story about
A. a useless advertisement
B. how to make an effective advertisement
C. how the man lost and found his umbrella
D. what the merchant did for the umbrella owner
Wit Can Gain a Breakfast
Pat O’Burke was a poor Irishman with a large family, and one morning, waking up very early from cold and hunger, he decided to go shooting in a wood near his cottage. The wood belonggd to Lord Northwood, a rich gentleman, Pat had no right to go there, but in it there were swarms of rabbits and flocks of birds that were good to eat, Pat determined to take the risk. Suddenly he saw the owner, with a group of friends, coming towards him in the wood. There was a look of anger on Lord Northwood's face as he caught sight of the gun in Pat's hands. Pat's heart sank with fear, but he saw there was no hope of eascape, so he walked boldly up to the company and .said to Lord Northwood," Good morning, sir, and what has brought you out so early this morning? Lord Northwood, rather surprised, said he and his Mends were taking a little exercise to get an appetite for their breakfast. Then, looking at Pat with suspicion, he said, "but why are you out so early m
the morning? "Well, sir" said Pat, "I just came out to see if I could get a breakfast for my appetite. "The whole crowed burst into laughter at Pat's ready wit, and with a smile Lord Northwood walked on, leaving Pat to try his luck with the rabbits.
1. This is a stray about .
A. a rich man who owned a big wood
B. a poor Irishman who lived all by himself
C. a clever man who tried to get something to eat for his breakfast
D. an Irish hunter with a large family
2. One morning Pat went to a wood .
A. to get a little exercise B. to take in some fresh air
C. hoping to get something to eat D. to visit the rich owner
3. There was a look of anger on Lord Northwood's face. Why?
A. He was not expecting Pat at this early hour.
B. He knew Pat was coming for shooting.
C. He didn't like the poor Irishman at all.
D. Pat had not told him he would come.
4. Why was Lord Northwood surprised?
A. He had not expected such a bold question from Pat.
B. He wondered why Pat didn't nm away.
C. Pat wasn't afraid of him.
D. Pat had a gun in his hands.
5. Pat's made the whole crowd burst into laughter.
A. funny looks B. interesting remarks
C. quick and witty response D. promise to leave fight away
6. In the end Lord Northwood 。
A. ordered Pat out of the wood B. warned Pat against shooting
C. left Pat alone in the wood D. asked Pat to join them
7. It was because of his that Pat was left to try his luck.
A. boldness B calmness C. quickness of mind D. obedience
Mike Johnson needs a car. He 1 looking for one for three weeks. This morning his friend
Jack Evans phoned him to tell him about a very good 2 car. It was a sports car. He said he 3
it at a garage 0 in North London. Mike asked Jack where 4 . Jack told him that it was near Barnet underground station. Mike wanted to know how 5 it was. Jack said that it 6 about ￥4,000. Jack thought that Mike 7 afford that price ; he knew that Mike 8 a lot of money in Canada.
Mike phoned Penny straight away. He knew she was not on work that day. She was 9 holiday. He 10 her ff she wanted to look at the car with him. Penny asked why he 11 in a sports car. She wanted him to buy a bigger, 12 car.
But Mike was afraid that he had not 13 money for a better car. He said that she 14 go and meet him at Barnet underground station 15 an hour.
I. A. has been B. had been C. is D. was
2. A. first-hand B. second-hand C. third-hand D. new
3. A. saw B. sees C. has seen D. had seen
4. A. was the garage B. is the garage C. the garage was D. the garage is
5. A. many B. much C. big D. new
6. A. costed B. costs C. cost D. was costing
7. A. could B. can C. may D. -might
8. A. has saved B. had saved C. saved D. saves
9. A. for B. on C. in D. at
I0. A. told B. said to C. asked D. ordered
11. A. is interesting B. was interesting C. is interested D. was interested
12. A. more expersive B. more comfortable C. cheaper D. faster
13. A. many B. much C. enough D. a lot of
14. A. had better B. would better C. must D.
15. A. in B. after C. within D. for
Wang Ming is a freshman of Peking University. There is a construction area beside his dormitory. It makes lound noises for constructing every day and night. Suppose you were Wang Ming. Please write a letter in English to the president of Peking University for improving this condition. You must offer two suggestions.
(一) 1. D 2. C 3. A 4. C 5. B 6. A 7. C 8. D
（二） 1.D 2. C 3. A 4. D 5. A 6. B 7. B 8. B 9. D 10. D 11.D 12. A
(三) 1. D 2. B 3. B 4. A 5. C 6. B 7. C 8. B 9. C 10. C 11. B 12. C 13. B 14. A 15. C 16. B 17. A 18. B 19. C 20. C
(四) 1. C2. B 3. B 4. C 5. A 6. A 7. C 8. B 9. C 10. C 11. B 12. A 13. C 14. C 15. C
(五) 1. C 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. B 9. D 10. B II~D 12. B 13. C 14. A 15. A
April 17, 1999
I'm a freshman of Peking University. My name is Wang Ming. The beautiful scenery of our University impresses me deeply. I like it very much. But now, ['m in trouble. There is a construction site beside our dormitory. It makes loud noises every day and night. We can't not study and sleep well. I hope this condition can be changed. I have two suggestions for this. First, please only construct at the daytime, so that it will guarantee our study and sleep at night. Second,
I wonder if it is possible that postpone file processing of construction to summer vacation.
Thank you very much. Any consideration will be highly appreciated!