A. bowl B. shown C. pronounce D. southern
A. language B. strange C. thunder D. twentieth
A. breathe B. wealth C. although D. therefore
A. break B. weak C. sweat D. least
A. concert B. observe C. cover D. above
6. I didn't see your sister at the meeting. If she , she would have met my brother.
A. has come B. did come
C. came D. had come
7. The visiting Minister expressed his satisfaction with the talks, that he had enjoyed his stay here.
A having added B. to add
C. adding D. added
8. Here's my card. Let's keep in .
A. touch B. relation
C. connection D. friendship
9. The first textbooks for teaching English as a foreign language came out in the 16th century.
A. having written B. to be written
C. being written D. written
10. Don't forget to come to my birthday Party tomorrow.
A. I don't B. I won't.
C. I can't D. I haven't
11. I don't know the restaurant, but it's to be quite a good one.
A. said B. told
C. spoken D talked
12. Mother was worried because little
A. as B. that
C. during D if
13. I need one more stamp before my collection .
A. has completed B. completes
C. has been completed D is completed
14. The weather turned out to be very good, was more than we could expect.
A. what B. which
C. that D. it
15. we all write , even when there's not much to say.
A. not and then B. by and by
C. step by step D. more or less
16. Tom ought not to me your secret, but he meant no harm.
A. have told B. tell
C. be telling D. having told
17. What was the party like?
Wonderful. It's years I enjoyed myse1f so much.
A. after B. when
C. before D since
l8. Many people are still in habit of writing things in public places.
A. the; the B. 不填；不填
C. the; 不填 D. 不填；the
19. He dropped the and broke it.
A. cup of coffee B. coffee's cup
C. cup for coffee D coffee up
20. If you don't 1ike the red coat, take the blue one.
Ok, but do you have -- size in blue? This one's a bit tight for me.
A. a big B. a bigger
C. the big D. the bigger
21. "Can't you read this?" Mary said to the notice.
A. angrily pointing B. and point angrily
C. angrily pointed D. and angrily pointing
22. We were all surprised when he made it c1ear that he office soon.
A. leaves B. wou1d leave
C. left D. had left
23. Mum, I think I'm -- to get back to school.
Not rea11y, my dear. You'd better stay at home for another day or two.
A. so well B. so good
C. well enough D. good enough
A. How long way it is B. What a long way is it
C. How 1ong way is it D. What a long way it is
25. Let me introduce myself. I'm Albert.
A. What a pleasure B. It's my pleasure
C. I'm very pleased D Pleased to meet you
The measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.
Some thirty years ago, I was studying in a public school in
I don’t 35 about the other eleven boys．Speaking for myself I can say．it was the most important single 36 of my life．Thirty years after being in-troduced to Macaulay’s words，they 37 seem to me the best yard－stick（准绳），because they give us a 38 to measure ourselves rather than others 39 of us are asked to make 40 decisions about nations going to war or armies going to battle．But all of us are called 41 daily to make a great man-y personal decisions． 42 the wallet，found in the street，be put into a pock-et or turned over to the policeman？Should the 43 change received at the store forgotten or 44？Nobody will know except 45 ．But you have to live with yourself，and it is always better to live with someone you respect．
26．A．test B．problem C．paper D．lesson
27．A．examined B．completed C．marked D．answered
28．A．lying B．cheating C．guessing D．discussing
29．A．didn't B．did C．would D．wouldn't
30．A．come B．leave C．remain D．apologize
31．A．no B．certain C．many D．more
32．A．excuse B. reject C．help D．scold
33．A．above B．common C．following D. unusual
34．A．repeat B．get C．put D．copy
35．A．worry B．know C．hear D. talk
36．A．chance B. incident C．lesson D．memory
37．A．even B．still C．always D．almost
38．A．way B．sentence C．choice D．reason
39．A．All B．Few C．Some D．None
40．A．quick B．wise C．great D．personal
41．A．out B．for C．up D．upon
42．A．Should B．Must C．Would D．Need
43．A．extra B．small C．some D．necessary
44．A. paid B．remembered C．shared D．returned
45．A. me B．you C．us D．then
The Great Fire of London started in the very ear1y hours of 2 September 1666. In four days it destroyed more than three--quarters of the old city, where most of the houses were wooden and close together. One hundred thousand peo-ple became homeless, but only a few lost their lives.
The fire started on Sunday morning in the house of the King's baker(面包) in Pudding Lane. The baker, with his wife and family, was able to get out through a window in the roof. A strong wind blew the fire from the bakery(面包房) into a small hotel next door. Then it spread quick1y into
By eight o'clock three hundred houses were on fire. On Monday nearly a kilometer of the city was burning a1ong the River Thames. Tuesday was the worst day. The fire destroyed many well-known buildings, old
Samuel Peyps, the famous writer, wrote about the fire. People threw their things into the river. Many poor people stayed in their houses until the last mo-ment. Birds fell out of the air because of the heat.
The fire stopped on1y when the King final1y ordered people to destroy hundreds of buildings in the path of the fire. With nothing left to burn, the fire became weak and fina1ly died out.
After the fire, Christopher Wren, the architect (建筑师), wanted a city with wider streets and fine new houses of stone. In face, the streets are still narrow; but he did build more than fifty churches, among them new
The fire caused great pain and loss, but after it
46. The underlined word "family" in the second paragraph means
A. home B. children
C. wife and husband D. wife and children
47. It seems that the writer of the text was most sorry for the fact that
A. some peop1e lost their lives
B. the birds in the sky were killed by the fire
C. many famous buildings were destroyed
D. the King's bakery was burned down
48. Why did the writer cite(引用) Samuel Pepys ?
A. Because Pepys was among those putting out the fire.
B. Because PePys also wrote about the fire.
C. To show that poor people suffered most.
D. To give the .reader a clearer picture of the fire.
49. How was the fire put out according to the text?
A. The king and his soldiers came to he1p.
B. Al1 the wooden houses in the city were destroyed
C. Peop1e managed to get enough water from the river.
D. Houses standing in the direction of the fire were pu1led down.
50. Which of the following were reasons for the rapid spread of the big fire?
(a) There was a strong wind.
(b) The streets were very narrow.
(c) Many houses were made of wood.
(d) There was not enough water in the city.
(e) People did not discover the fire earlier.
A. (a) and (b) B (a), (b) and (c)
C. (a), (b), (c) and (d) D. (a), (b), (c),(d)and (e)
Norma1ly a student must attend a certain number of courses in order to graduate, and each course which he attends gives him a credit which he may count towards a degree. In many American universities the total work for a de-gree consists of thirty-six courses each lasting for one semester. A typical course consists of three classes per week for fifteen weeks; whi1e attending a u-niversity a student will probably attend four or five courses during each semes-ter. Norma1ly a student would expect to take four years attending two semes-ters each year. it is possible to spread the period of work for the degree over a longer period. It is also Possible for a student to move between one university and another during his degree course, though this is not in fact done as a regular practice.
For very course that the follows a student is given a grade, which is recor-ded, and the record is availab1e for the student to show to prospective employ-ers. All this imposes a constant pressure and strain of work, but in spite of this some students still find time for great activity in student affairs. Elections to po-sitions in student organizations arouse much enthusiasm. The effective work of maintaining discipline is usually performed by students who advise the academic authorities. Any student who is thought to have broken the rules, for example, by cheating, is to appear before a student court. With the enormous numbers of students, the operation of the system does involve a certain amount of activity. A student who has held one of these positions of authority is much respected and it will be of benefit to him later in his career.
51. Normal1y a student would at least attend classes each week.
A．36 B．12 C．20 D．15
52. According to the first paragraph an American student is allowed .
A. to live in a different university
B. to take a particular course in a different university
C. to live a home and drive to c1asses
D. to get two degrees from two different universities
A. their academic performance will affect their future careers
B they are heavily involved in student affairs
C. they have to observe university discipline
D. they want to run for positions of authority
54. Some students are enthusiastic for positions in student organizations proba-bly because .
A. they hate the constant pressure and strain of their study
B. they will then be able to stay longer in the university
C. such positions help them get better jobs
D. such positions are usually well paid
55. The student organizations seem to be effective in .
A. dea1ing with the academic affairs of the university
B. ensuring that the students observe university regulations
C evaluating students' performance by bringing them before a court
D. keeping up the students' enthusiasm for social activities
Do you find getting up in the morning so difficult that it's painful? This might be cal1ed laziness, but Dr. Kleitman has a new explanation- He has proved that everyone has a daily energy cycle.
During the hours when you labor through your work you may say that you're "hot". That's true. The time of day when you feel most energetic is when your cycle of body temperature is at its peak. For some people the peak comes during the forenoon. For others it comes in the afternoon or evening. No one has discovered why this is so, but it leads to such fdri1iar mono1ogues as: "Get up, John! You'l1 be late for work again!" The possible explanation to the trouble is that John is at his temperature-and energy p ea k in the evening. Much family quarrelling ends when husbands and wives rea1ize what these energy cy- cles mean, and which cycle each member of the family has.
You can't change your energy cycle, but you can learn to make your life fit it better. Habit can help, Dr. Kleitman believes. Maybe you're sleepy in the everning but'feel you must stay up late anyway. Counteract your cycle to some extent by habitually staying up later than you want to. If your energy is low in the morning but you have an important job to do early in the day, rise before your usual hour. This won't change your cycle, but you'll get up steam and work better at your 1ow point.
Get off to a slow start which saves your energy. Get up with a leisurely yawn and stretch. Sit on the edge of the bed a minute before putting your feet on the f1oor. Avoid the troublesome search for clean clothes by laying them out the night before. Whenever possib1e, do routine work in the afternoon and save tasks requiring more energy or concentration for your sharper hours.
56. If a person finds getting up early a prob1em, most probably .
A. he is a 1azy person
B. he refuses to follow his own energy cycle
C. he is not sure when his energy is low
D. he is at his peak in the afternoon or evening
57. Which of the following may lead to family quarrels according to the pas-sage?
A. Unawareness of energy cycles.
B. Fami1iar monologues.
C. A change in a family member's energy cycle.
D. Attempts to control the energy cycle of other family emmbers.
58. If one wants to work more efficiently at his low point in the morning, he
A. change his energy cycle
B. overcome his laziness
C. get up earlier than usual
D. go to bed ear1ier
59. You are advised to rise with a yawn and stretch because it will .
A. help to keep your energy for the day's work
B. help you to contro1 your temper early in the day
C. enable you to concentrate on your routine work
D. keep your energy cycle under control all day
60. Which of the fo1lowing statements is NOT TRUE?
A. Getting off to work with a minimum effort helps save one's energy.
B. Dr. K1eitman explains why people reach their peaks at different hours of
C. Habit helps a person adapt to his own energy cycle.
D. Children have energy cycles, too.
61. Good health is person's most valuab1e possession.
A B C D
62. Today, it is much easier to be healthy than it is in the past.
A B C D
63. Modern people know more about the health, have better
A B C D
64. food, and to live in cleaner surroundings. Also, scien-
A B C D
65. tists and doctors had learned how to deal with many diseases.
A B C D
66. Most people can quickly get for help from a doctor
A B C D
67. or go to a hospital since they are ill. As a result, people
A B C D
68. in the modern world generally live much more longer than
A B C D
69. people in past. People in industrial countries can expect
A B C D
70. to live for twice so long as people who lived a few hundred years ago.
A B C D
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1—10 C A B C A D C A D B
11—20 A A D B A A D C D B
21—30 A B C D D A B B A C
31—40 A D A D B C B A B C
41—50 D A A D B B C D D B
51—60 B B A C B D A C A B
61. B ∧a
62. D is—was
63. C the health
64. B w
65. B had—have
66. D for help
67. B when if whenever
68. C for
69. A in the past
70. B so—as
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