I. Directions: (Vocabulary) Beneath each of the following sentences, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best complete the sentence. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET. (10 points) Example: The homeless couple at last in finding a flat to rent. A. managed B. did C. finished D. succeeded The sentence should read, "The homeless couple succeeded at last in finding a flat to rent." Therefore you should choose D.
  1. I generally eat a balanced . A. diet B. food C. dine D. soup
  2. He is the most singer in his country. A. public B. popular C. respecting D. referred
  3. "Can you me a few minutes?" is a polite expression to be used when you want to talk with someone. A. spell B. spare C. spend D. shift
  4. He doesn't work but he gets a good from his investment. A. income B. salary C. money D. wage
  5. living here at the top of the mountain with no one else near you must be very . A. lonely B. alone C. single D. sole
  6. Well, as it turns , her niece has made the mistake. A. up B. into C. out D. on
  7. "Better three hours too than a minute too late." A. earlier
B. soon C. beforehand D. in advance
  8. I generally eat a balanced . A. diet B. food C. dine D. soup
  9. Tom and I are seeing you, so don't disappoint us! A. looking for B. looking forward to C. looking to D. looking out on

  10. She was in white like a nurse. A. clothing B. dressed C. wearing D. worn
II. Directions: (Structure) Beneath each of the following sentences, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best complete the sentence. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET. (10 points) Example: the airport, they waved again and again to us. A. We left B. When leaving C. They left D. Left The sentence should read, "When leaving the airport, they waved again and again to us." Therefore you should choose B.
  11. We had to leave quietly not to disturb other people. A. so as B. so that C. so D. therefore
  12. He ran all the way home and arrived breath. A. without B. lack of C. beyond D. out of
  13. We might never have gone if you us. A. didn't remind B. wouldn't have reminded C. hadn't reminded D. couldn't remind
  14. If I had more time, I . A. did travel
B. travel C. had travel D. would travel
  15. Mary wasn't happy about it, and . A. her brother was neither B. her brother wasn't either C. neither her brother was D. either was her brother
  16. It's important for a person in position to behave so badly in public. A. such a high B. a so high C. such high D. so high
  17. From now on I want you to keep me of how things are going on. A. informed B. to be informed C. inform D. informing
  18. It was in the year of 1925 John Biard found a way to send pictures by wireless. A. when B. that C. in which D. which
  19. We found that the plane when we got to the airport. A. already took off B. had already taken off C. was already taking off D. was already taken off
  20. One of the things she wrote about life on a small farm in Virginia. A. has been B. were C. had been D. was III. Directions: Choose A, B or C to complete each conversation, using the sentences below. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET. (10 points) Example: ? Oh, look. Joni Mitchell is in town. ? . ? What? She's one of the greatest folk singers in the world! A. Who's that? I've never heard of her. B. Sure, I'm in town. C. Yes, I'm glad she' coming. Answer A is correct because the conversation should read.
? "Oh, look. Joni Mitchell is in town. " ? Who's that? I've never heard of her. ? What? She's one of the greatest folk singer in the world.
  21. ?So, Mrs. Park, how have been feeling lately? ? . A. I am feeling like going to the park. B. I have been feeling really tired. C. What is your feeling then?
  22. ?Haven't we met somewhere before? ? . A. Nice to see you. B. Yes, I think we met in Shanghai last year. C. I hope to make friends with you.
  23. ?What have you been doing lately? ? . A. In fact, I was not in this city. B. My sister is staying with me. C. I haven't been doing much of anything.
  24. ?Do you want to play tennis sometime? ? . A. Sure. If I have time next week, I'll give you a call. B. I think it will be fine tomorrow. C. Thank you for your advice, anyway.
  25. ? What's new at the office? ? . A. Well, I ran into Carol on the street. B. Nothing much. C. I like it very much.
  26. ?I need someone to take care of my daughter. ? . A. Who will you look for? B. What kind of person are you looking for? C. Please inform me of the one you will employ.
  27. ?How much do I owe you? ? . A. I will return you as soon as possible. B. Please return me if you have enough money. C. $
  5.35 with tax.
  28. ?Do you know if there's a bank around here? ? . A. Yes, there's one on the next block. B. I know where the post office is . C. can I follow you?

  29. ?Let's go for a walk. ? . A. It is a long road. B. I don't have enough energy to go for a walk. C. The weather is too hot.
  30. ? Could you speak up? ? . A. I can't talk very loudly. Someone's in my house. B. Something is wrong with my house. C. Where did you say you lived? IV. Directions: For each numbered blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best one and mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET. (10 points) It was an early morning in summer. In the streets, sleepy-eyed people were moving quickly, heading towards their
  31. This was the beginning of another 32 day in New York City. 33 this day was to be different. Waiting 34 the crowded streets, on top of a 35 110 stories high, was Philippe Petit. This daring Frenchman was about to 36 a tightrope between the two towers of the World Trade Center. Philippe took his first 37 with great care. The wire held. Now he was 38 he could do it. 39 only a balancing pole, Philippe walked his way across, a 40 of 131 feet. Soon the rush-hour 41 began to notice. What a 42! There, 1350 feet above the street, a 43 figure was walking on air. Philippe made seven 44, back and forth. He wasn't satisfied with just
  45. At times, he would turn, sit down, and 46 go on his knees. Once, he had the astonishing 47 to lie down on the thin thread. And thousands of 48 watchers stared with their hearts beating fast. After the forty-five -minute 49, Philippe was taken to the police station. He was asked 50 he did it. Philippe shrugged(耸肩) and said, "When I see two tall buildings, I walk".
  31.A. jobs
  44.A.experiments B. homes B. hot B. So B. in B. position B. walk B. landing B. uncertain B. Against B. height B. crowds B. pleasure B. strange B. circles C. buses C. same C. But C. by C. wall C. climb C. step C. glad C. With C. space C. passengers C. wonder C. public C. trips D. offices D. ordinary D. Thus D. above D. building D. fix D. trip D. nervous D. On D. rope D. city D. danger D. tiny D. movements

  45.A.walking B. staying C. acting D. showing
  46.A.almost B. even C. often D. rather
  47.A.spirit B. result C. strength D. courage
  48.A.patient B. terrified C. pleased D. enjoyable
  49.A.show B. trick C. try D. program
  50.A.how B. why C. whether D. when V. Directions: Each of the passage below is followed by some questions. For each question there are four answers marked A, B, C and D. Read the passages carefully and choose the best answer to each of the questions. Mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET. (20 points) Questions 51 ~ 55 are based on the following passage. It seems to me that British newspapers aren't really newspapers at all. They contain news, it is true, but much of this news only appears in print because it is guaranteed to shock, surprise or cause a chuckle. What should we expect to find in a real newspaper? Interesting political articles? Accurate reports of what has been happening in distant corners of the world? The latest news from the stock exchange? Full coverage of great sporting events? In depth interviews with leading personalities? It is a sad fact that in Britain the real newspapers, the ones that report facts, sell in thousands, while the popular papers that set out to shock or amuse have a circulation(发行量) of several million. One's inescapable conclusion is that the vast majority of British readers do not really want a proper newspaper at all. They just want a few pages of entertainment. I buy the same newspaper every day. In this paper political matters, both British and foreign, are covered in full. The editorial column may support government policy on one issue and oppose it on another. There is a full page of book reviews and another devoted to the latest happenings in the theatre, the cinema and the world of art. Stock exchange prices are quoted daily. So are the exchange rates of the world's major currencies(货币). The sports correspondents(记者) are among the best in the country, while the standard of the readers' letters is absolutely first class. If an intelligent person were to find a copy of this paper 50 years from now, he or she would still find it entertaining, interesting and instructive. So my favourite newspaper is obviously very different from those popular that have circulation of several million. But that does not mean that it is "better" or that they are "worse". We are not comparing like with like. A publisher printing a newspaper with a circulation of several million is running a highly successful commercial operation. The people who buy his product are obviously satisfied customers and in a free society everybody should have the right to buy whatever kind of newspaper he pleases.
  51. What kind of newspaper does the author prefer? A. A daily newspaper B. An entertaining
C. A popular newspaper D. A serious newspaper
  52. Popular newspapers sell better because people . A. don't like real news B. have bad taste C. are mostly uneducated D. want entertainment
  53. The author thinks that the popular newspapers are not . A. entertaining B. instructive C. interesting D. amusing
  54. The real newspapers are more suitable for . A. common people B. curious people C. intelligent people D. hard-working people
  55. According to the author, the popular papers are . A. better than the real newspaper. B. different from the real newspaper C. worse than the real newspapers D. more interesting than the real newspapers Questions 56 ~ 60 are based on the following passage. It is my honor to introduce again a yearly report of the work of Our Lady's Hospice. Our Lady's Hospice, the first of its kind in these western islands, has entered the second century of caring for those with terminal illness. It was first opened in Milltown and its opening was the realization of a long cherished dream. For years people had longed for a place where poor, lonely, friendless dying persons no longer fit subjects for hospital wards could find care, comfort and peacefulness in their last days of life. In December 1879 these hopes were realized when Our Lady's formally welcomed the first patients35 in number. So great were the applications for admission that six years later the foundation stone of the present Hospice was laid on 18th July 1886 and completed in August 18
  88. Much has been written about the spirit of the Hospice and much will continue to be written with present increasing interest in the Hospice movement. Yet it is difficult to capture a spirit in words. Over a hundred years ago Our Lady's Hospice was opened in spirit that regarded neither race, nor belief, nor class but looked simply to the need of the person for help and for peace in the last days of life. We hope the same spirit born out of love, care and respect for the dignity and worth of each human person, will comfort all, both patients and their loved ones, who seek our help in the Hospice today.
  56. This report is given by . A. a reporter who is interested in Hospice work. B. a patient representative C. a leading figure of the Hospice D. One of the founders of the Hospice.
  57. Who can be admitted to the Hospice? A. The poor. B. Lonely and friendless people. C. Dying patients. D. People badly in need of care and comfort.

  58. Our Lady's Hospice was first opened in . A. 1897 B. 1888 C. 1886 D. 1879
  59. "their loved ones" in the last sentence refers to . A. dying patients B. patients and doctors C. those whom patients love D. human persons
  60. Which of the following is in agreement with the Hospice spirit? A. Taking care of those seriously-ill people who believe in themselves. B. Showing love for those who live in these western islands. C. Freeing white patients from pain and comforting their fears, and supporting their loved ones. D. Loving and helping those of the terminally ill. VI. Directions: Read the two columns of sentences. Choose one sentence from the right column to match each of the sentences in the left column. The two sentences will make up a dialogue. There are four more sentences than needed in the right column. Each sentence can only be used onc


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