一 单项填空(15’ )
  1. He to point the whole house but finished only the front. A. set out B. Set about C. Set in D. Set off
  2. Jack almost fell off the cliff, but managed to until help came. A. keep on B. Catch on C. Count on D. Hang on
  3. When we plan our vacation, Mother often offers suggestions. A. careful B. Practical C. Effective D. Acceptable
  4. A 200-year-history building is very old American history. A. in terms of B. In place of C. In charge of D. In favor of
  5. They themselves every time they open their mouths. A. dismissed B. Betrayed C. Classified D. Pronounced
  6. , boys like sports. A. on the whole B above all C. On one hand D. Generally speaking
  7. He always brings me something he comes to visit me. A. by the time B. Sometimes C. Every time D. At time
  8. It to me that I forget to bring the key. A. takes place B. Happens C. Comes about D. Occurres
  9. ?Shall I help you? -- Don’t . I’ll do it myself. A. worry B. Hesitate C. Know D. Bother
  10. He did all his leader ordered. A. as B. Until C. When D. Though
  11. and happy, Tony stood up and accepted the prize. A. Surprising B. Surprised C. Being surprised D. To be surprising
  12. Years of hard work will surely in the future of your career. A. make sure B. Pay off C. Bring back D. Pay back
  13. Anyone who wants to separate Tibet from our motherland should be . A. blamed B. Condemned C. Accused D. Charged
  14. The interior decoration of the house is a(n) between Chinese and foreign styles. A. acquaintance B. Adjustment C. Preparetion D. Compromise
  15. At last, the sound of the cheering . A. took away B. Faded away C. Moved away D. Broke away 二 完形填空(30’) As she walked round the large shop, Edith realized how difficult it was to choose a suitable Christmas __16__for her father. She __17__that he were as easy to please as her mother, who was __18__satisfied with perfume(香水). __19__, shopping at this time of the year was a most __20__job. People __21__on your feet, pushed you with their shoulders and almost __22__ you over in their hurry in order to __23__ something cheap ahead of you. Partly to have a rest, Edith paused in front of a counter, where some beautiful ties were on __24__. "They are __25__silk," the shop assistant told her with a smile trying to __26__her to buy one. But Edith knew from past __27__that her choice of ties hardly ever pleased her father.
She moved on slowly and then, quite by chance, __28__where a small crowd of men had gathered round a counter. She found some fine pipes on sale and the __29__were very beautiful. Edith did not hesitate for long, although her father __30__ smoked a pipe once in a while, she believed this was __31__ to please him. When she got home, with her small but __32__present hidden in her handbag, it was time for supper and her parents were already __33__table. Her mother was in great __34__. "Your father has at last decided to stop smoking," she told her daughter happily. Edith was so __35__that she could not say a single word.
  16. A. suit B. card C. thing D. gift
  17. A. believed B. wished C. hoped D. supposed
  18. A. never B. seldom C. always D. scarcely
  19. A. Therefore B. Fortunately C. Besides D. Finally
  20. A. unhappy B. careful C. exciting D. tiring
  21. A. walked B. stepped C. lifted D. stood
  22. A. turned B. hit C. brought D. knocked
  23. A. watch B. find C. grasp D. sell
  24. A. time B. show C. board D. duty
  25. A. real B. cheap C. poor D. exact
  26. A. hope B. ask C. force D. persuade
  27. A. experience B. things C. books D. school
  28. A. stopped B. saw C. asked D. found
  29. A. money B. cigarette C. shapes D. shop
  30. A. always B. nearly C. only D. never
  31. A. hardly B. impossibly C. possibly D. certainly
  32. A. cheap B. well-chosen C. expensive D. ready-made
  33. A. on B. by C. beside D. at
  34. A. excitement B. anger C. sadness D. disappointment
  35. A. glad B. happy C. surprised D. excited [答案与解析]
  1. D。由下文可知, Edith 在为父亲选择一件圣诞节礼物。
  2. B
  3. C。由宾语从句中的谓语动 词 were 可知,这是虚拟语气,主句的谓语动词应该是 wish。 根据 he were as easy to please as her mother,可以断定第 3 空填 always。
  4. C
  5. A
  6. B
  7. D
  8. B。给父亲选择一件合适的礼 物很难,而且,时值圣诞节购物高峰,买东西不是一件令人愉快的事情,人们踩到你的脚上,用肩 膀挤着你,为了能在你的前面买到便宜货,几乎会把你撞倒。
  9. B。be on show 是固定词组, 意为"陈列着"。
  10. A。领带是真丝的。
  11. D
  12. A。售货员试图说服 Edith 买一条领带,但 从过去的经验中她知道她选择的领带很难使父亲满意。
  13. A。Edith 在一些男人聚集的柜台 前停下来。
  14. C。烟斗的形状很好看。
  15. C
  16. D。尽管父亲只是偶尔使用烟斗吸烟,但她 认为这个烟斗肯定会使父亲满意。
  17. B。从上文可知,这份小礼物是精心挑选的。
  18. D。 be at table 是固定词组,表"坐在桌子旁"。
  19. A。由 she told her daughter happily 可知,因为 父亲决定戒烟,母亲很高兴。
  20. C。Edith 对父亲戒烟感到惊讶,因为她给父亲买的礼物又不 合适。 The Doctor’s Call
There was ice on the road, and the doctor’s car hit a tree and turned over three times. To his surprise, he was not hurt. He got out of the car and walked to the nearest house. He wanted to telephone the garage (汽车修理站) for help. The door was opened by one of his patients. “Oh, Doctor.” she said, “I have only just telephoned you. You must have a very fast car. You have got here very quickly indeed. There has been a very bad accident (事故) in the road outside. I saw it through the window. I am sure the driver will need your help.”
  1. Where was the doctor going in his car? A. We don’t know. B. To a patient’s home. C. To a garage. D. To his own home.
  2. Which of the following was the cause of the accident? A. Careless driving. B. A tree had fallen across the road. C. A slippery (滑) road. D. There was a thick fog.
  3. The doctor went to the house because A. he knew one of his patients lived there. B. he had received a call to go there. C he wanted to use the telephone. D. he was injured (受伤) and could walk no further.
  4. Why did the woman patient telephone the doctor? A. She needed medical treatment. B. She believed somebody else needed a doctor. C. To ask how quickly the doctor could come. D. To ask whether the doctor was coming on his regular visit.
  5. How did the woman feel on opening the door and seeing the doctor? A. She had been expecting the doctor, but was surprised that he had come so quickly. B. She had not expected the doctor and wondered why he had come. C. She felt glad that the doctor was not hurt in the accident. D. She was alarmed (惊慌) at seeing the doctor in a bad state after the accident.
  6. Which of the following is the most likely reply the doctor gave the woman patient at the end of the story? A. “Yes, he does need help-your help, not mine.” B. “Another accident? I’ve just had an accident myself!” C. “I got your call and rushed over. I hope I’m not too late. D. “I didn’t get your call. But I’m here and hope I can help.”

  97、 分) (1 My father, at the death of his father, was six years old, and he grew up without education. He moved from Kentucky to Indiana when I was seven. We reached our new home about the time the state came into the Union. It was a wild area, with many bears and other wild animals still in the woods. I grew up there. There were some so-called schools, but what was required of a teacher never went beyond “reading, writing, and adding.” If a stranger supposed to understand Latin happened to live for a time in the area, he was looked on as wizard (奇才). There was simply nothing to excite a desire for education. Of course, when I grew up, I did not know much. Still,
somehow, I could read, write, and add, but that was all. The advance I have now made is on this store of education, which I have picked up under the pressure of necessity.
  1. When the writer was a child . A. his grandfather died in the state of Kentucky B. his family settled down in the countryside of Indiana C. Kentucky joined the Union as a member state D. his family had to move from place to place
  2. When the writer was seven, his family moved to an area where . A. educated people were greatly respected B. only a few had a knowledge of Latin C. people were often killed by wild animals D. the land had yet to be farmed
  3. The schools in the area . A. were of poor quality (质量) B. offered all kinds of subjects C. respected those who knew Latin D. had teachers good at reading, writing, and adding
  4. How did the writer look at his early education? A. He believed he met the school requirements. B. He thought he was well-educated. C. He thought it was not satisfactory. D. He believed he was poorly educated.
  5. At the time he wrote, the writer . A. had to learn to read, write and add B. found it necessary to receive advanced education C. was probably fairly well-educated D. was dissatisfied with his level of education

  98、 分) (1 Tarawa is one of the two largest of the Gilbert Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, but it is a very tiny island, with an area of about eight square miles, and a population of about 17,0
  00. Small as it is, three nations fought to control and use it as an air base during World War II. The Japanese took it from the British in 1941, only to lose it to the Americans tow years later after one of the bloodiest (血腥的) battles of the war. Today, the Gilbert Islands having become part of the Kiribati Pepublic, Tarawa is now its capital and major seaport (海港).
  1. Which of the following diagrams (图解) gives the correct relationship (关系) between Kiribati, Tarawa and Gilbert Islands? (K--Kiribati; T--Tarawa; G--the Gibert Islands)
  2. Tarawa belongs to . A. Japan. B. the U.S.
  3. Tarawa lies nearer to . A. Japan than to the U.S. C. Britain than to the U.S.
C. Britain. B. the U.S. than to Japan. D. Britain than to Japan.
D. Kiribati.

  4. Tarawa was important during World War II because of its . A. size. B. population. C. position. D. history.
  5. In recent history, Tarawa . A. had been ruled by three nations one after another. B. has been fought over in a tough battle by three nations. C. has been divided and ruled by three different nations. D. has always stayed out of the way of wars and battles.
  99、 分) (1 The flying fox is not a fox at all. It is an extra large bat that has got a fox’s head, and that feeds on fruit instead of insects (昆虫). Like all bats, flying foxes hang themselves by their toes when at rest, and travel in great crowds when out flying. A group will live in one spot for years. Sometimes several hundred of them occupy (占据) a single tree. As they return to the tree toward sunrise, they quarrel among themselves and fight for the best places until long after daylight. Flying foxes have babies once a year, giving birth to only one at a time. At first the mother has to carry the baby on her breast wherever she goes. Later she leaves it hanging up, and brings back food for it to eat. Sometimes a baby bat falls down to the ground and squeaks (尖叫) for help. Then the older ones swoop (俯冲) down and try to pick it up. If they fail to do so, it will die. Often hundreds of dead baby bats can be found lying on the ground at the foot of a tree.
  1. The passage tells us that there is no difference between the flying fox and the ordinary bat in. A. their size. B. their appearance. C. the kind of food they eat. D. the way they rest.
  2. Flying foxes tend to . A. double (翻一番) their number every year. B. fight and kill a lot of themselves. C. move from place to place constantly. D. lose a lot of their young.
  3. At daybreak every day flying foxes begin to. A. fly out toward the sun. B. look for a new resting place. C. come back to their home. D. go out and look for food.
  4. Flying foxes have fights . A. to occupy the best resting places. B. only when it is dark. C. to protect their homes from outsiders (外来者). D. when there is not enough food.
  5. How do flying foxes care for their young? A. They only care for their own babies. B. They share the feeding of their young. C. They help when a baby bat is in danger. D. They often leave home and forget their young. 1
  00、 分) (1 Shu Pulong has helped at least 1000 people bitten (咬) by snakes. “It was seeing people with snake bites (伤口) that led me to this career,” he said. In 1963, after his army service, Shu entered a medical school and later became a doctor of Chinese medicine. As part of his studies he had to work in the mountains. There he often heard of
people who had their arms and legs cut off after a snake bite in order to save their lives. “I was greatly upset by the story of an old farmer I met. It was a very hot afternoon. The old man was pulling grass in his fields when he felt a pain in his left hand. He at once realized he had been bitten by a poisonous snake. In no time he wrapped a cloth tightly around his arm to stop the poison spreading to his heart. Rushing home he shouted ‘Bring me the knife!’ Minutes later the man lost his arm forever.” “The sad story touched me so much t
 

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