Part I Vocabulary and Structure (
  0.5*30=15points) Directions: There are 30 incomplete sentences in this part. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

  1. If you want to start a business, you must have some. A. income C. capital B. wealth D. treasure

  2. The beef used to cost three dollars, but now the price 50 cents. A. goes up C. has gone up B. went up D. had gone up

  3. Your answers on these tests are too much . You must have cheated. A. like C. alike B. liking D. likely

  4. All the other rooms are occupied. May I use this room? A. bare C. vacant B. blank D. hollow

  5. The picnic was because of the rain. A. called for C. called on B. called out D. called off

  6. Those people once had fame and fortune; now is left to them is utter poverty. A. all what C. that all B. all which D. all that

  7. We were for half an hour in the traffic jam and so we missed the train. A. held out C. held up B. held on D. held down

  8. If he can the speed, he will win the race. A. maintain C. make B. contain D. take

  9. They that the library be kept open during the holidays. A. convinced C. impressed B. persuaded D. urged

  10. With her children , she is now taking on more work responsibilities. A. growing up C. have grown up B. to grow up D. grown up

  11. Seven years old ,Tom likes all kinds of games. A. as he is …puzzling C. as he is …puzzled
  12. B. as is he… puzzling D. as is he…puzzled
enter university one day, I would work hard. A. Would I ever C. Ever should I B. Ever would I D. Should I ever

  13. If only he what I tell him, but he won’t. A. had done C. would have done B. would do D. has done

  14. The doctor insisted that the patient for three months. A. not to work too hard C. took it easy B. to take some vacations D. should take it easy

what to do, the man telephoned the police. A. Not known C. Don’t know B. Not knowing D. Knowing not

  16. It’s no use with him over the matter. He will not change his mind. A. you argue C. of you arguing B. your arguing D. you to argue

  17. The early pioneers had to many hardships to settle in the new land. A. go into C. go back on B. go through D. go along with

  18. Some members of the committee were opposed the club members’ money to redecorate the meeting hall. A. to use C. to have use
  19. B. to using D. to be used
, glasses can correct most sight defects in healthy eyes. A. When well fitted C. When being well fitted B. When fitting well D. If to be fitted

  20. Through the window. A. did the fresh air come C. did come the fresh air
  21. B. came the fresh air D. the fresh air came cause. B. value D. worthy of
I’d rather the money went to a A. worthwhile C. worth

  22. Law and medicine are professions in most countries. A. respective C. respectable B. respected D. respectful

  23.with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountain does not seem high at all. A. When compared C. While comparing B. Compare D. Comparing

  24. The basic features of the communication process are identified in one question: who says through what channel to whom? A. how C. what B. when D. such

  25.No other quality is more important for a scientist to acquire to observe carefully. A. as C. and B. than D. but

  26. When, this building will be the highest in Asia. A. completing C. completed B. it completes D. it completed

  27. , he failed to find a solution to the problem. A. Whatever he tried hard C. However he tried hard B. Whatever hard he tried D. However hard he tried

  28. This problem is very difficult to deal with. It’s really. A. convincing C. tough B. serious D. impossible

  29. Unless you do something really bad, . A. your job here will be quite safe C. you’ll be in big trouble B. you’ll soon find a new job D. you’ll be fired

  30. You are so lazy. The work days ago. A. should have been finished B. must have finished C. must be finished D. should be finished
Part II Reading Comprehension (2*20=40 points) Directions: There are 4 reading passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
I The college operates on a quarter system, with three 11-week terms in the regular academic year(学年). A fourth quarter is offered in the summer and is divided into shorter sessions (学期)during which only one course at a time may be taken. A full quarter may be earned if a student enrolls for all of the summer sessions. In the three 11-week term, classes for five quarter hours of credit meet four full hours per week, and laboratory courses meet five full hours per week. Classes meet on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays for one hour total time scheduled for laboratories. Courses for less than five-quarter hours meet for fewer hours per week. Scheduled physical education activities and fine arts participation activities meet for one hour twice weekly or the equivalent time once a week. In order not to interfere with class schedules at other times, Wednesdays are used for off-campus field trips, education participation assignments in public schools, off-campus physical education activities, faculty meetings, committee and council meeting and other special activities.

  31. According to the passage, the regular academic year consists of. A. three 11-week terms and the summer sessions B. three 11-week terms C. summer sessions D. the four quarter of the year
  32. In the summer quarter, a student can. A. have more than one course B. take only one course C. undoubtedly get a full quarter of credit D. take all the courses offered during the summer sessions at a time
  33. Classes for five-quarter hours of credit can meet on. A. Monday and Wednesday for two hours each day B. Mondays and Tuesdays for two hours each day C. Thursday or Friday for two hours D. Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays or Friday for one hour
  34. Scheduled physical education activities meet for. A. two hours once a week C. one hour twice two week B. half an hour once a week D. one hour once a week

  35. The most suitable title of the passage should be. A. Academic Programs B. the College Calendar (日历)
C. College Participation (参与) D. College Administration (管理)
II Within fifteen years Britain and other nations should be well on with the building of huge industrial complexes(集合体) for the recycling of waste. The word rubbish could lose its meaning because everything which goes into the dumps would be made into something useful. Even the most dangerous and unpleasant waste would provide energy if nothing else. The latest project is to take a city of around half a million inhabitants and discover exactly what raw materials go into it and what go out. The aim is to find out how much of these raw materials could be provided if a plant for recycling waste were built just outside the city. This plant would recycle not only mental such as steel, lead and copper, but also paper and rubber as well. Another new project is being set up to discover the best ways of sorting and separating the rubbish. When this project is complete, the rubbish will be processed like this: first, it will pass through sharp mental bars which will tear open the plastic bags in which rubbish is usually packed; then it will pass through a powerful fan to separate the lightest elements from the heavy solid; after that founders and rollers will break up everything that
can be broken. Finally, the rubbish will pass under magnets, which will remove the bits of iron and steel; the rubber and plastic will then be sorted out in the final stage. The first full-scale(全面的)giant recycling plants are perhaps fifteen years away. Indeed, with the growing cost of transporting rubbish to move distant dumps, some big cities will be forced to build their own recycling plants before long.

The phrase “should be well on with” (Para.
  1) most probably means. A. get ready to start B. have achieved a great deal in C. have completed what was started D. put an end to

  37. What is NOT mentioned as a part of the recycling process described in Para. 3? A. Sharpening mental bars B. Breaking up whatever is breakable C. Sorting out small pieces of mental D. Separating light elements from the heavy ones
  38. What is the main reason for big cities to build their own recycling plants? A. To deal with wastes in a better way B. To get raw materials locally C. To get big profits from those plants D. To protect the environment from pollution
  39. The first full-scale huge recycling plants. A. will probably be in operation in fifteen years B. will probably take less than fifteen years to build C. began to operate fifteen years ago D. will be built fifteen years later
  40. The passage is mainly about. A. the location of recycling plants B. new ways of recycling wastes C. a cheap way to get energy D. the probability of city environment
III Play is the principal business of childhood, and in recent years research has shown the great importance of play in the development of a human being. From earliest infancy, every child needs opportunity and the right materials for play, and the main tools of play are toys. Their main function is to suggest, encourage and assist play. To succeed in this they must be good toys, which children will play with often, and will come back to again and again. Therefore it is important to choose suitable toys for different stages of a child’s development. In recent years research on infant development has shown that the standard a child is likely to reach, within the range of his inherited(继承的) abilities, is largely determined in the first three years of his life. So a baby’s ability to profit from the right play materials should not be underestimated. A baby who is encouraged and stimulated (刺激), talked to and shown things and played with, has the best chance of growing up successfully. In the next stage, from three to five years old, curiosity knows no bounds. Every type of suitable toy should be made available to the child, for trying out, experimenting and learning, for discovering his own particular ability. Bricks and jigsaws(七巧板)and construction toys; painting, scribbling(涂鸦) find making things; sand and water play; toys for imaginative and pretending play; the first social games for learning to play and get on with others. By the third stage of play development?from five to seven or eight years?the child is at school. But for a few more years play is still the best way of learning, at home or at school. It is easier to see which type of toys the child most enjoys. Until the age of seven or eight, play and work mean much the same to a child. But once reading has been mastered, then books and school become the main source of learning. Toys are still interesting and valuable, they lead on to new hobbies, but their significance has changed?to a child of nine or ten years, toys and games mean, as to adults, relaxation and fun.

  41. The passage tells us that as a child grows up, . A. he should be allowed to choose his own toys B. he should be given identical (同样的) toys C. he should be given different toys D. he should be given fewer and fewer toys
  42. According to the passage, the abilities a child has inherited from his parents. A. determine his character B. will not change after the age of three C. partly determine the standard he is likely to reach D. to a large extent determine the choice of toys
  43. Who have the best chance of growing up successfully? A. Those who tend to overeat B. Those who are given a lot of toys C. Those who are given toys, talked to and played with D. Those who can share their toys with their playmates
  44. We learn from the passage that a child has boundless curiosity(好奇心). A. when he is two C. when he is six B. when he is around four D. when he is eight

  45. The passage is mainly about. A. the importance of pre-school education B. the importance of schooling C. the role of play in a child’s development D. the choice of toys for adolescents
IV When television was first introduced into American society thirty years ago, writers and social scientists thought that this new invention would better American life. Television is going to bring American families closer together, predicted psychologist Joel Gold in 19
  49. Pictures which advertised television in the 1950s invariably showed a happy family gathered together in the living room, sharing the TV viewing experience. Who could have guessed that a quarter of a century later Mother would be in the kitchen watching a daytime drama, Dad would be in the living room watching a ball game, and the children would be watching cartoons in their bedroom? Television has certainly changed American life, but not the way the first critics predicted. The first televisions were enormously expensive, so most families owned only one. By 1975, however, 60% of Am



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