（ ）1.The boy plays _____ football well and he can play _______ piano, too.
A. the, the B. a, a C./,/ D./,the
（ ）2.The weather in Beijing is much colder than______in Nanjing in winter.
A. it B. that C. this D. /
（ ）3.He gained his______ by printing ______of famous writers.
A. wealth, work B. wealths, works
C. wealths, work D. wealth, works
（ ）4.Kate has bought herself_______ skirt.
A. a cotton blue expensive B. an expensive blue cotton
C. a blue expensive cotton D. a cotton expensive blue
（ ）5._____ the end of this term, we’ll have learnt 5000 words.
A. By B. At C. In D. On
（ ）6.About ____ of the workers employed in that factory are young people.
A. third-fifths B. three fifths
C. three fives D. three-fifth
（ ）7.The rain caused the river ______-.
A. rise B. to rise C. raise D. to raise
（ ）8.-----Have you read a book called Waiting For Anya?
A. writes B. has written C. wrote D. had written
（ ）9.I can’t understand _______ at a person in trouble.
A. for you to laugh B. your laughing
C you laughed D. why laughing
（ ）10.Many things_____impossible in the past are common today.
A. considered B. to consider C. considering D. being considered
（ ）11.The number of people invited_____fifty, but a number of them ______absent for different reasons.
A. were, was B. was, was C. was, were D. were, was
（ ）12.I don’t think ____ possible to master a foreign language without much memory work.
A. that B. it was C. its D. it
（ ）13.The problem _____ we can collect so much money is difficult to solve.
A. that B. which C. / D. how
（ ）14.He got himself into dangerous situation______ he is likely to lose control over the plane.
A. where B. which C. while D. why
（ ）15.It was _____ he said _____ disappointed me.
A. what, what B. that, that, C. what, that D. that, what
（ ）16.His teacher asked Tom______ when he saw his parents the next morning.
A. what he told B. what he would say
C. what did he say D. what he was saying
（ ）17.______ the beautiful dress in the shop window, she could not afford to buy it.
A. She liked very much B. As she liked much
C. Much as she liked D. Liked as she
--------I can’t eat this. It is too salty.
A. Yes, sir B. What C. All right D. Pardon
（ ）19.Selecting a mobile phone for personal use is not an easy task because technology____ so rapidly.
A. is changing B. has changed C. will have changed D. will change
（ ）20.Had you listened to the doctor, you_____ all right now.
A. are B. were C. would be D. would have been
（ ）21.Surprising and happy, Tom stood up and accepted the prize.
A B C D
（ ）22.The reason is because he is unable to operate the machine.
A B C D
（ ）23. Look like business is pretty good.
A B C D
（ ）24 .It is of little good to stay up too late every day.
A B C D
（ ）25.You’d better rebuild the old house which needs to repair.
A B C D
（ ）26.Not only the car has been sold by his son for gambling, but his new house..
A B C D
（ ）27.Giving more attention, the trees could have grown better.
A B C D
（ ）28.The way which they had to struggle always made me feel sorry for them.
A B C D
（ ）29.My father told me that they had become friends for years.
A B C D
（ ）30.As time going by, days become longer and longer.
A B C D
During my second year of college I was looking around for a place to live. One Sunday after church the pastor (牧師) told me to stay in his daughter’s room because his daughter was studying abroad for one year.
To be 31 , I really didn’t want to stay with “the pastor’s family”. He told me how much the 32 would be — a very low figure that 33 one home-cooked meal a day. I thought about the 34 and decided to move in.
At the end of the term I had planned to find 35 living place, since the daughter was to 36 home. To my delight, they 37 that I share a room with their son. I seemed to have been adopted into their 38 — her people became my people. I 39 accepted the offer.
As I emptied the daughter’s bedroom, I thought it might be 40 to have a little sister to look after. But when I later met my new sister, I 41 that she was more independent than I first 42 .
We finally fell in love, 43 , and have looked after each other for many years. There have been times that life turned out more 44 than either of us could have known. But we have always been able to go 45 largely because we knew that we are deeply 46 about .
It isn’t about marriage… it’s about 47 . It’s about mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers and special friends who are as 48 as family. It’s about anybody who can say, “I’ll be 49 — you can count on me. I’ll try to look after you and sometimes I will need you to look after me.”
Is there somebody you can depend on? And are others counting on you? We travel the path of life best when there is 40 to look after, and when someone is looking after us.
31. A. honest B. surprised C. friendly D. pleased
32. A. price B. rent C. money D. pay
33. A. had B. included C. made D. contained
34. A. idea B. plan C. service D. offer
35. A. same B. different C. another D. extra
36. A. return B. go C. get D. leave
37. A. ordered B. agreed C. arranged D. suggested
38. A. house B. family C. group D. friends
39. A. happily B. sorrowfully C. disappointedly D. fortunately
40. A. bad B. exciting C. nice D. strange
41. A. realized B. thought C. knew D. doubted
42. A. saw B. told C. imagined D. believed
43. A. separated B. parted C. left D. married
44. A. smooth B. challenging C. hard D. different
45. A. backward B. eastward C. forward D. westward
46. A. hated B. cared C. felt D. liked
47. A. friendship B. relation C. love D. family
48. A. close B. good C. far D. long
49. A. away B. out C. in D. around
50. A. nobody B. somebody C. anybody D. everybody
There is a one-day holiday in most countries on New Year's Day. The real celebrations （慶祝）for New Year happen on the night before-on New Year's Eve. There are several interesting customs in the West, and there are many differences from country to country.
Though Christmas is a family get-together, New Year for some is a time to be with friends too. Parties are most often held to welcome New Year. At such parties, there is food and drink and dancing until the time nears for the coming of New Year.
At midnight, people often say "Happy New Year" to each other. Champagne（香檳酒）is a favorite drink for New Year. In many western countries fireworks（煙火）are let off at midnight, and many people like to make a noise, possibly to drive away bad spirits（幽靈）.
One important song is often sung at New Year—the Scottish（蘇格蘭）song of Auld Lang Syne (good times long ago. )
( )51. People usually have great celebrations for New Year on________.
A. New Year's Day B. the night before New Year's Eve
C. the night of New Year's Day D. the night before New Year's Day
( )52. In the West, New Year is also a time when________.
A. friends get together B. friends write to each other
C. people can have a week's holiday D. people can go from country to country
( )53. The word "customs" in the passage means________.
A. 習俗 B. 聚會 C. 飲食 D. 活動
( )54. At midnight on New Year's Eve western people often________.
①hold parties to welcome New Year ②make a noise to drive away bad spirits
③drink with friends or families ④say "Happy New Year" to each other
⑤sing an important French song ⑥let off fireworks
A. ①②③④ B. ③④⑤⑥ C. ②③④⑥ D. ①②⑤⑥
( )55. This passage mainly talks about________.
A. western people drink together on New Year's Eve
B. what western people do on New Year's Day
C. how western people spend their New Year's Eve
D. western people have a good time on New Year's Day
Remember when you had your last birthday? You were year older, and you didn’t feel any difference. You still looked the same as the day before. Your friends were the same and they still looked and acted the same. But because of that one day, you were a year older. So a birthday is in fact a mark of change in time. Then what really makes the difference? The biggest change that you can see iｓthat you are growing up. Each year you grow physically _ you are taller and heavier and you can do more things than you could before. And you are also growing in your ability to think and reason(思維)You can make more decisions and can be depended upon more.
But it is not just the passing of time that makes the change in your ability to think and reason. All of your experiences added to your increased ability. What happened each day, the way you spent your time, and the way you faced problems added together to make you a different person.
( )56. A birthday means _____
A. you are one of year older B. you have more friends
C. you are cleverer than last year D. you make real difference
( )57 The writer of the passage implied that as time goes on , one should_____
A. grow up only physically B. be a different person
C. grow up not only in body but in his ability to think , reason and face problems
D. make more decisions and be depended on
( )58.The word “experiences in the passage means _____
A. all that happened to one and knowledge from practice
B. all that one heard
C. all that one learned from books
D. all that one learned from others
( )59. What makes the change in your ability to think and reason ?
A. Your growing body B. The decisions you have made
C. The way you spend your time D. All you have learned from both books and practice
( )60. The best title for this passage is ______
A. Birthday B. Growing up C. Ability D. Difference
In 1961 Obama was born in Hawaii，US．His father was an African and his mother was a white American．He grew up in Indonesia and Hawaii．
When Obama was 10 years old, he was one of the only three black students at his school in Hawaii．He felt very different from most other students．White girls wanted to touch his hair. A white boy even asked him what his father was．
"I lied to them that my father was a Kenyan prince．But I kept asking myself who I am," said Obama．
However, 38 years later, the boy made history．Obama became the first black president in US history．
This unusual background made him wonder who he was．He once turned to alcohol(酒)to help forget this question．With the help of his friends，Obama finally turned his life around at college．His hard work made him a star at Harvard. Later, he became the third black senator(參議員)in US history．
"Obama's success has made Martin Luther King's dream come true．That is: A man should not be judged(判斷)by the color of his skin，but by the content of his character," wrote ABC news．
( )61．Obama was born in __________．
A．Britain B．America C．Kenya D．Indonesia
( )62．There was/were _________ black student(s) including Obama at the school where he studied when he was ten．
A．no B．one C．two D．three
( )63．Obama became the first black president in US history when he was ________．
A．37 B．38 C．46 D．48
( )64．Which of the following is TRUE?
A．Obama's father was a Kenyan prince．
B．Obama once forgot who his father was with the help of alcohol．
C．When he was young, Obama was so dishonest that nobody believed in him．
D．Obama changed his college life because of his friends' help and his hard work．
( )65．From the passage we can see that _________．
A．we could judge a person by the color of his skin．
B．we could not judge a person by the content of his character．
C．we should not judge a person by the color of his skin．
D．we should judge a person by what he did when he was young.
Every day millions of letters go from one country to another． Letters mailed in Italy are received in Japan． Letters mailed in Canada are received in Africa． On the letters are many different kinds of stamps，bought in different countries．
The Universal Postal Union helps each letter get to the right place as quickly as possible． It sets up rules about the size and weight of letters，postcards，and small packages（包裹）． It has rules that all countries must follow about international postal rates（費用）．
One hundred years ago，international mail did not move so smoothly． One country did not always accept another country's letters． Letters from some countries were too large to fit into the mailboxes of other countries． Letters travelled by many different routes（路線）．Some were lost along the way．
Sometimes the person who sent the letter could pay only part of the postage． The person receiving the letter had to pay the rest．
The United States was the first to suggest that all countries work together to settle the questions of international mail． In 1974，men from twenty-four countries met in Switzerland to form the Universal Postal Union． Today，more than 120 nations belong to this union． From its office in Switzerland，the union helps the mail to move safely and quickly around the world．
( )66.From the story we can infer that__________ ．
A、mail is important to all countries B、not enough letters are sent all over the world
C、all the letters must go to Switzerland first D、all stamps look exactly the same
( )67.The Universal Postal Union was formed ＿＿＿＿＿＿ ．
A、to help move mail quickly around the world B、to give many men a chance to work
C、to help men meet in Switzerland D、to look for the lost letters along the way
( )68.Which statement does this passage leads you to believe？
A、Countries around the world need each others' help．
B、Most people do not put enough postage on letters．
C、It is not possible for letters to get lost on the way．
D、Some of the letters are too large to be put into the mailbox．
( )69.The underlined word “postage” in this passage means ____________．
A、money paid when you buy a stamp B、money spent on an envelope
C、the charge for carrying a letter by post D、the pay a postman receives for his work
( )70.This passage is mainly about ________________．
A、different kinds of stamps in different countries B、an organization that makes rules
C、international mail D、the size and weight of letters
There are several ways of testing the intelligence(智力) of animals. In one test, some scientists put three plates on the table. While the animal watched, they put food under one of the plates. Then they took the animal away. Some time later, they brought it back to see if it remembered which plate had the food. The idea is to find out how long an animal’s memory can last. The scientists would try showing the plate to the animal one hour later, or two hours later, or even a full day later. They found out that chimpanzees and elephants have the best memory, and are able to remember the correct plate for at least twenty hours. No other animal is close. Dogs come next, but they can only remember for nine hours.
The scientists made a large maze(迷宮) and ran the chimpanzees and elephants through it. The maze was very difficult with many dead ends. It took the chimpanzees ten minutes to find their way out. The elephants needed half an hour. The test showed that chimpanzees are the cleverest animals.
From this and other tests the scientists found out an animal’s intelligence depends on the size of its brain to the size of its body. The elephant’s brain is ten pounds, but that is only 1/600 of its body. A chimpanzee’s brain is about one pound, and it’s 1/120 of its body. So the chimpanzee has five times as much brain as the elephant has ----more brain.
( )71. The first test was made to test an animal’s ______.
A. nose B. memory C. eyes D. patience
( )72. This passage tells us elephants ______.
A. are the cleverest animals B. are cleverer than chimpanzees
C. have worse memories than dogs D. are less clever than chimpanzees
( )73. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Scientists have found out the secret of the intelligence of animals.
B. Dogs are less useful than elephants.
C. Chimpanzees and elephants have better memories than people.
D. The heavier an animal’s brain is, the cleverer it is.
( )74. If an animal’s body is 2100 pounds, and it has a 3-pound brain, it is ______.
A. as clever as a chimpanzee B. cleverer than an elephant
C. less clever than an elephant D. as clever as an elephant
( )75. Which is the best title of the passage?
A. Want to know about the intelligence of animals? B. The Chimpanzee’s brain
C. The elephant’s memory D. Where to test animals’ memory
I am glad to hear that you are going to travel. Now I’d like to share my view on traveling with you.______________________________________________________________________________
Do you agree with me? Wish you a good journey.
Yours, Li hui