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一.Vocabulary and Structure 20%

If you are not going to help, at least don’t get___ C___.

A. tn a way

B. all the way

C. in the way

D. on your way You are very__A____today. Have you passed the examination?

A. cheerful

B. cheered

C. cheering

D. cheer

3. Most children are ____B__ to walk before they can talk while little Mary can talk before she can walk.

A. ability

B. able

C. unable

D. enable

4.”You should drink___D___two glasses of water ever day,”said t he doctor.

A. at last

B. at once

C. at all

D. at least

5.These reaserch workers will___B___the problem at once.

A. search

B. look into

C. inquire

D. exploit

6. __B____a telephone, a prnter and a computer on my desk.

A. There was

B. There is

C.There be

D. there were

7. Don’t serve water at meals unless someone___D___it.

A. asks after

B. asks of

C. asks with

D. asks for

8. Have you ___D___your cold yet? I suggest that you go to see a doctor.

A. got into

B. got away

C. got through

D. got over

9. My teacher has a___B___of humor and we all like him very much.

A. emotion

B. sense

C. feeling

D. concept

10. You’d better talk it over with your wife before you do___B___.

A. hers

B. it

C. ours

D. theirs

11. They have___D___the match because of the rain.

A. called for

B. gave off

C. turned off d. called off

12. They __A___themselves very much at the party.

A. enjoyed

B. loved

C. fond of

D. liked

13. Britain wants to___B___its position as a world power.

A. make

B. maintain

C. hold

D. reserve

14. You are pretending to be annoyed, but you are not___D___.

A. surely

B. correctly

C. rightly

D. really

15. Although they were very tired, they___C___with their work.

A. went out

B. went down

C. went on

D. went for

16. They will have everything___C___ for the trip to Beijing.

A. alread

B. up

C. ready

D. off

17. We have been aware that it’s a___D___of life and death to save the drowning boy in the river.

A. manner

B. means

C. measure

D. matter

18. He said he would___C___this plan with his parents.

A. run over

B. hand over

C. talk over

D. get over

19. The machine doesn’t work. There___D___be something wrong with it.

A. may

B. can

C. mustn’t

D. must

20. The hotel is full now,so there are no rooms___B___.

A. adquate

B. available

C. artificial

D.

additional

二.Cloze 20%

Today more and more people in various countries are very much interested in buying telephone answering machines to answer their telephones for them when they are not at home or out of their offices. The machines are quite popular and useful. You can 21 these machines to your telephone.Then, 22 someone 23 you, the machine automatically 24 . It will give 25 message 26 you program into it, 27 then it will record any message 28 the caller wishes to leave. When you 29 home or come back to your offices, you can listen 30 your messages, and then 31 the telephone calls to those who phoned you.

32 , the message which you record into the machine 33 the callers your name, and asks them 34 a message. It goes something like 35 , “Hello. 36 John Wilson. I’m sorry, I am not at home right now, but I 37 want to talk to you—At the sound of the beep, please leave your 38 and number , and I will get 39 to you as soon as I 40 . Thank you for calling. DCBAC ABDAB ADBDB ADCBC

21. A. put B. tie C. collect D. connect

22.A. why B. how C. when D. where

23.A. has called B.calls C.calling D. is calling

24.A answers B. asks C. rings D. replies

25.A. the B. one C. a D. /

26.A. which B. what C. whom D. how

27.A. or B.and C. yet D. so

28.A.what B. when C. why D. which

29.A. get B. came C. reach D. arriving

30.A. on B. to C. with D. of

31.A. return B. do C. reply D. bring

32.A. Loudly B. Lately C. Recently D. Normally

33.A. tells B. reads C. says D. speaks

34.A. to solve B. to save C. to involve D. to leave

35.A. what B. this C. those D. such

36.A. This is B. Speaking C. That is D. Listen to

37.A. very B. so C. truly D. do

38.A. code B. book C. name D. address

39.A. up B. back C. out D. off

40.A. may B. need C. can D. will

三.Reading comprehension. 30%

A

Polite and cheerful greetings are considered a form of good manners, and can help to build up friendships. Not much effort is needed just to say

“Good morning” or “Hello” when you meet an acq uaintance on your way to work. “Hi” with a nod, a smile or a wave of hand is just as good, but is considered more informal. It is the custom to shake hands when you are introduced to a person. Chinese people seem to shake hands more often when they meet. Remember that the older person of the woman should be the first to offer the hand, otherwise a nod, a smile of a slight bow is enough. In Western countries, a firm handshake is considered polite; a weak handshake may indicate disinterest. BCACD

41.______ is needed to say “Good morning “ of “ Hello” if we meet someone we know.

A. A lot of effort

B. Not much effort

C. A great deal of effort

D. No effort at all

http://www.wendangku.net/doc/9628be0379563c1ec5da7199.htmlrmal greetings include _______ .

A. “Hi” with a nod, a smile or a firm handshake

B. “Hi” with a nod, a smile or a weak handshake

C. “Hi” with a nod, a smile or a wave of hand

D. “Hi” with a nod, and a handshake

43.We Chinese seem to shake hands ___ than Americans.

A. more often

B. less often

C. more freely

D. less frequently

44.Westerners consider ___ polite.

A. a slight bow

B. a weak handshake

C. a firm handshake

D. offering the hand

45.According to the author, ______ .

A. weak handshakes are helpful in meeting acquaintances

B. polite greetings are very useful in making friends

C. cheerful greetings are necessary in making telephone calls

D. polite and cheerful greetings are very important in building up friendships

B

Dear Mr. Smith,

I enclose details of your travel arrangements for your journey to shanghai on Saturday, 19th July, for you and your wife.

A company car will arrive at your house at 7 a.m. to take you to the airport. The driver will have your tickets. Please make sure that you have your passports.

The plane leaves at 9:30 a.m. and check-in time is at 8:00. Your baggage allowance is 20 kilos each. The flight to Shanghai will take an hour and

a half.

There will be a representative of the company at the arrival gate to meet you in Shanghai. He will take you to your hotel in the city center. We hope these arrangements are satisfactory and that you both have a pleasant journey.

Yours sincerely,

Chen Ming

CDACB

46.Who will go to shanghai on Saturday, 19th July?

A.The author and his wife.

B.The driver.

C.Mr. Smith and his wife.

D. A representative of the company and the author.

47.The driver will bring their ________ according to the letter.

A. travel arrangements

B. passports

C. baggage

D. tickets

48.When is the flight supposed to arrive in Shanghai?

A. At 11:00a.m.

B. At 7:00 a.m.

C. At 8:00 a.m.

D. At 9:30 a.m.

49. ________ will meet them at the airport and take them to the hotel in Shanghai.

A. The author

B.The driver of the company

C. A representative of the company

D.Mr. Smith’s wife

50.The main purpose of this letter is to tell its receiver ________ .

A. about the baggage allowance

B. about the travel arrangements

C. about the passports

D. about who bought the tickets

C

Job hunting has become more and more difficult. So you should learn the kind of writing skills that will help you get an interview. Writing effective resumes, letters of application, and interview follow-up letters can give you an edge in the job market. Not all job seekers know these skills.

The resume gives a brief review of your work experience and education in a way that is factual and easy to read. You can use the application letter to expand on the facts in the resume and show your personality. The resume gives the facts and the application letter interprets those facts. The letter can show how your past duties will help you to do the job you are looking for.

If you do get an interview, take time to prepare well for it. It could be the most important meeting of your career. Try to anticipate what questions will be asked and have answers ready. Present your best appearance and conduct. As a matter of courtesy, and to strengthen your case, write a follow-up letter to thank the interviewer for the interview. AADBC

51.It is important _______ if you want to get a job.

A. to learn the kind of writing skills that will help you get an interview

B. to realize that job hunting is now as difficult as before

C. to give an edge in the job market

D. to pay more attention to your appearance than your conduct

52.Your work experience and education should be given briefly in ______ according to the passage.

A.the resume

B.the application letter

C.the interview

D.the interview follow-up letter

53.What’s the function of an application letter?

A. To show your writing skill.

B. To help you do the job you are looking for.

C. To show your courtesy.

D. To interpret the facts given in the resume.

54. If you have the chance to be interviewed, you’d better __ .

A.strengthen your case

B. try to predict and prepare for what questions will be asked

C. write a letter to thank the interviewer

D.raise some questions

55. What does the passage mainly tell us?

A.How to write an effective resume.

B.Some job seekers don’t know the effective writing skills.

C.The good ways of job hunting.

D.The function of an application letter.

D

Sometime last year I was going to Heyan University in Nanjing. But somewhere at Xinjeikou I lost my way. So I asked an old man. He said I should take the Nol56 bus. I got on the bus. But when it took me to the terminal, I found everything new and strange. Then I asked a lady. She said I had taken the opposite route. So I had to come back by the same bus. I went to a policeman and he said I’d better take the No. 64 bus.

I didn’t know if I should trust him. So I went into a store and talked to the shop girl behind the counter. She said, “ Oh, it’s right near here, just go straight along this street for about 300 meters. Then when

you come to a bridge, walk across it and turn left. After you turn, walk for another six or seven minutes, and you’ll see your school. You can’t miss it.”

That day I asked four people. But their directions were quite different. Finally I had to call a taxi.

DDADD

56. What can we learn about the old man who failed to give right directions to the writer?

A.He apparently intended to play a trick on the writer.

B.He knew that this bus would take the writer to wherever he wanted to go.

C.He tried to get some money before giving the right directions.

D.He meant to help but failed to give proper directions.

57.From the passage we know that the writer _______ .

A.was a stranger to Nanjing

B.visited Nanjing a lot of times

C.was not very familiar with Nanjing

D.had been to Heyan University before

58. In this passage the purpose of the writer is _______ .

A.to describe one of his experiences

B.to warn people not to believe what others have told you

C.to criticize those who gave wrong directions

D.to tell us what he had learned from the experience

59. How did the writer get to Heyan University in the end?

A.By taking the same bus back.

B.By walking a long way.

C.By having a bike fide.

D.By calling a taxi.

60. Among them who gave the correct directions?

A.The ship assistant.

B. The old man,

C.The policeman.

D. The writer didn’t mention.

四.Translation (E-C) 15%

61. There aren’t any gas stations around here.

_____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 62. He listens to the radio in the morning and watches TV in the morning. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ 63. Is ther a café and a drug store near the factory?

_____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ 64. The teacher should be patient with his or her students and show concern for them.

_____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 65. A girl helped an old man, and the old man was excited

_____________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 五.Translation (C-E) 15%

66. 许多人认为现在找工作变得越来越难了。(more and more)

_____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________

67. 我申请的一个理由是我不在乎艰苦的工作。(one of the reasons,not mind) _____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

68. 史密斯先生对这次的旅行安排很满意。(travel arrangement, be satisfied with)

_____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________

69. 他们正在研究买房的可能性。(look into the possibility)

_____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________

70. 如果书店离这儿不远,我宁愿走去。(would rather)

_____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________

61.周围没有加油站。

62.他早晨听广播,(下午?)看电视。

63.工厂附近有咖啡店和药店么?

64.教师应该耐心的对待他/她的学生,并关心他们。

65.女孩帮助了老人,老人很激动。

66. Many people think that looking for a job has become more and more difficult now

67. One of the reasons I applied for is that I do not mind hard work

68. Mr. Smith is satisfied with the travel arrangement.

69. They are looking into the possibility of buying a home.

70. If the bookstore is not far from here, I would rather walk

一.Vocabulary and Structure 20

1.As my beloved uncle, he gave me advice____A__ money.

A. as well

B. as long as

C. as well as

D. as good as

2. I wonder whether wet weather is a ___B___ of life in Scotland.

A. creature

B. feature

C. picture

D. nature

3. When I went home, they had already ___C___ for the North.

A. cut off

B. called off

C. set off

D. dropped off

4. Be sure to tell your mother that John has come __C___ her.

A. seeing

B. to seeing

C. to see

D. and sees

5. We are __A____ to visit Europe this summer.

A. planning

B. persisting

C. missing

D. liking

6. He is __A___ in sports and a lot of other other things too.

A. interested

B. interesting

C. interests

D. interest

7. Go straight for two blocks and there is a hospital ___A___ your left.

A. on

B. in

C. at

D. with

8. Stop at the hotel ___A__ the corner and you will find the post office.

A. in

B. on

C. to

D. with

9. He has a speaking ___C___ for next week.

A. agreement

B. development

C. engagement

D. experiment

10. I think so, in __B___ , I’m quite sure.

A. factor

B. fact

C. face

D. fair

11. He ___c___ well in that photograph and he looks younger for his age.

A. came on

B. put out

C. came out

D. put on

12. I had 3 miles to go and it was just __D__ to rain.

A. turning out

B. coming out

C. turning on

D. coming on

13. Did you ___B__ yourself at the English party in detail.

A. enable

B. enjoy

C. engage

D. ensure

14. Her father was ill. A doctor was___A__

A. called in B called off C. taken in D. taken off

15. A. beautiful view __C___us as we come into the small village

A. grants

B. grows

C. greets

D. groups

16. On her way to the school, she had her letter ___A__ by the post office.

A. delivered

B. had

C. made

D. mailed

17. It was a very cold winter. They had to ___A__an electric heater.

A. install

B. establish

C. inspect

D. make

18. He spoke so fast l could not___B___ what he said.

A. hold

B. catch listen D. sound

19. The thief has____D___ the money that he stole three days ago.

A. run away

B. run for

C. run down

D. run away with

20. She outgrew her clothes so her mother___D___ her for a new suit.

A. bought

B. made

C. tailored

D. measured

二..Reading comprehension. 30

A

Dear Ling Wei,

I’m planning to visit your city on Saturday, July 14, and hope to spend some time touring your hometown .As you know, I have been in China for almost one year, and have been studying Chinese in BeiJing University since last year. Your hometown is one of the most attractive places I’m going to visit.

Can you spare 3 or 4 days to act as my guide? I’d be especially interested in seeing the public and historic sport in your city.

If you can act as my guide, please let me know what time I should meet you, and about how long you think we could spend together. Of course, I need a reservation there, I hope you can make it for me. Please respond to me as soon as possible.

Sincerely yours,

Tom Williams.

21.Tom hopes to spend ___A___touring Ling Wei’s hometown.

A. some time

B. one year

C. 3 days

D. 4 days

22. The main purpose for Tom to stay in BeiJing University is___D___.

A. to visit Ling Wei’s hometown

B. to see the public and historic spots

C. to make a reservation

D. to study Chinese

23. In Ling 1, Paragraph 2, “to act as” means “___A____.”

A. to play the part of

B. to take action

B. to fulfill the purpose of D. to work

24. Tom writes the letter in order to know the follow EXCEPT___D___.

A. whether Ling Wei can act as his guide

B. when they should meet

C. how long they could spend together

D. whether Ling Wei’s parents will like him or not

25. what does Tom hope Ling Wei will do for him? B

A. Meet him as soon as possible

B. Make a reservation

C. Visit his hometown

D. Help him study Chinese

B

Now fast food is very popular in China, especially with children. Kentucky Fried Chicken is their favorite. Anyone who goes to Kentucky Fried Chicken will certainly see a white-bearded old man standing at the gate. With a smile on his face he greets anyone coming to Kentucky Fried Chicken. Do you know who this old man is? Do you know the story about him? He is Colonel Sanders.

Colonel Sanders was an old soldier who into the restaurant business after retiring from the army. His secret recipe for chicken has gotten so famous that his home state of Kentucky has enjoyed a lot of name recognition because of this old man’s business success. That’s why people also call

the fried chicken Kentucky Fried Chicken. Most fans of Kentucky Fried Chicken would describe it as a little spicy, somewhat tender, slightly greasy, and very salty. So people often wash it down whit cola. At KFC, soft drinks, salad, desserts and chips are all sold there. Most people also agree that, by the time one orders drinks, potato chips and salad, Kentucky Fried Chicken is overpriced.

26.According to the passage, ___B___ is children’s favorite food in China.

A. fast food

B. Kentucky Fried Chicken

C. hamburgers

D. potato chicken

27. what can you order at Kentucky Fried Chicken? A

A. Besides chicken and hamburgers, you can order soft drinks, salad, desserts and chips

B. You can order only chicken and hamburger

C. You can only order potato chips

D. You can order anything you want

28. people call the fried chicken Kentucky Fried Chicken because___C____.

A. the chickens are raised in Kentucky

B. the state of Kentucky is famous

C. Colonel Sanders’ home state is Kentucky

D. people in Kentucky like to eat fried chicken

29. After making a big order, what would you think of KFC? B

A. it is still very cheap

B. It can be very expensive

C. It Is delicious

D. It Is famous

30.Which of the following can serve as the title of the passage? C

A. Fans for Colonel Sanders and KFC.

B. The State of Kentucky.

C. The History of KFC.

D. The Secret Recipe for KFC.

C

When I think of the post office, I’m reminded of that awful little man who is in charge of the parking lot. He won’t let me leave my car there even for a moment, unless I park exactly as he wishes. And he’s very difficult to please! I hear that soon my local post office will arrange a program to have stamps sent to homes, so that I won’t have to visit the post office to buy stamps when I need them. What’s more, the post office will soon install a drive-through letter box. That way, I will hardly have to stop my car to drop off mail. So with all these new and modern postal conveniences, I won’t have to deal with that rude little parking lot office. I just hope I never see his face on a postage stamp! Who is that awful little man? A

He is the person who is in charge of the parking lot.

He is the person who always parks his car there.

He is the author’s friend.

He is a clerk in the post office.

What will the local post office arrange? C

It will arrange a party.

It will arrange for some men to sell stamps in front of the post office. It will arrange for some men to sell stamps to people’s houses.

It will arrange for some men to sell stamps to homes.

The little man does not let the author park his car unless ______B_____. the author gives him some money

the author parks his car exactly as he wishes

the author goes to the office to buy some stamps

the author parks his car there only for a moment

Why won’t the author have to have to deal with the little paking lot officer? C

He needn’t buy stamps at all.

The parking lot officer will nit be there because he has been sent somewhere else.

He can depend on the new and modern postal conveniences.

He has sold his car and has no car to park at all.

From the passage, we can conclude that the parking lot officer is___D____.

A. friendly

B. attractive

C. polite

D. strict

D

A long time ago,when airplanes were not very big or strong, all the passengers had to be weighed with their luggage, so that planes did not have to carry more than it was safe to carry. Then later, when airplanes became bigger and stronger, only the luggage had to be weighed; and now very often, the luggage has to be measured besides being weighed because size is as important to the airlines as weight. Airplane are so big and strong now that they can carry almost any weight.

But before a passenger can travel on Utopia Airlines, he or she still has to be weighed. Once when one fat man was asked by an airlines’clerk how heavy he was, he thought for a few seconds and said to her: “With or without my clothes?”“Well, sir,”the girl answered, “how are you planning to travel?”

Why did passengers have to be weighed a long time ago? C

Because airplanes were not old.

Because airplanes were not safe.

Because airplanes were not very big or strong.

Because airplanes were not very heavy.

Now what is as important as weight? C

A. Luggage

B. Height

C. Size

D. Length

38. Which airlines weighs passengers now? D

A. All the airlines.

B. Most airlines

C. No airlines

D. Only Utopia Airlines

39. What did the clerk want to know when the fat man traveled on Utopia Airlines? C

A. She wanted to know whether the fat man would wear his clothes when traveling.

B. She wanted to know how fat that person was.

C. She wanted to know the fat man’s weight.

D. She wanted to know the net weight of the fat man.

40. From the passage, what conclusion can we draw about the changes of the airlines? D

A. There are no changes at all.

B. The changes are very surpring.

C. The changes are slight.

D. The change are very exciting.

三.Cloze 20

Most shops in Britain open at 9:00 a.m., and close at 5:00 or 5:30 in the evening. Small shops usually close __1__ an hour at lunchtime. On one __2__ two days a week usually Thursday or Friday—some large food shops __3__ open until about 8:00 p.m., for __4__ night shopping.

Many shops are __5__ in the afternoon on one day __6__ week. The day is usually Wednesday or Thursday and __7__ a different day in different towns.

Nearly _8__shops are closed on Sundays. Newspaper shops are open in the morning, _____ sell sweets and cigarettes as ____ . But not all things can be ____ on Sundays.

Usually it is not _____ for foreign visitors to find _____ to buy things. Most shops sell the things ____ you want to buy. ____ problem is stamps. In Britain you can only buy these at post offives. Many large food shops are self-service. ____ you go into one of these shops, you take a basket and you put the things you wish to buy into ____. You pay fir everything just _____ you leave. If anyone tries ti take things from a shop without ____ they are almost certain to _____, because most shops have detectives.

B 41. A. from B. for C. until D. after

B 42. A. then B. or C. and D. of

C 43. A. give B. bring C. stay D. make

A 44. A. later B. former C. late D. early

D 45. A. open B. opening C. closing D. closed

A 46. A. a B. next C. this D. last

A 47. A. it is B. it has C. it will D. it was A 48. A. all B. that C. such D. what

D 49. A. or B. so to C. but D. and

D 50. A. also B. yet C. too D. well

D 51. A. bought B. held C. taken D. sold

A52. A. convenient B. important C. difficult D. different C 53. A. why B. how C. where D. what

B 54. A. such B. that C. those D. what

B 55. A. That B. The C. What D. One

B 56. A. When B. While C. Since D. AS

B 57. A. one B. this C. them D. that

A 58. A. before B. about C. when D. after

B 59. A. taking B. paying C. saying D. playing

C 60. A. caught B. be catching C. be caught D. catching

四.Translation (E-C) 15

A long time ago, when airplanes were not very big or strong, all the passengers had be weighed with their luggage, so that planes did not have to have to carry more than it was safe to carry.

_____________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

When you cannot accept the invitation, it is better to offer a vague excuse, such as appointment with a certain friend, some other work to do or a prior engagement.

______________________________________________________________

The lunar New Year is quite a great event in the Chinese community as a whole as well as in y individual family.

______________________________________________________________

Today the living standard of the Chinese people has been raised. A display of flowers has become one of the main features of Chinese families’New Year decoration, especially in southern China.

_____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ I hear that soon my local post office will arrange a program to have stamps sent to homes, so that I won’t have to visit the post office to buy stamps when I need them.

___________________________________________________________ 五.Translation (C-E) 15

很多人每周都到苏果超市去采购,因为那里服务(service)好,价格公道。(do weekly shopping)

__________________________________________________________________

新鲜蔬菜的价格在冬季也卖得不贵。(reasonable)

________________________________________________________________

她购买了一些适合于冷天用的衣服。(suitable)

___________________________________________________________________

她的话很含糊以致于我根本不明白她想要说什么。(vague)

__________________________________________________________________

每天早晨,幼儿园的老师都微笑地站在门口,迎接孩子们。(greeting)

__________________________________________________________________

1. 很久以前,当飞机的还不够大也不够强时,所有的乘客都必须和他们的行李一起称重,以此来保证飞机承载的并没有到达安全重量以上。

2. 当你不能接受邀请,最好提供一个模糊的藉口,例如约了朋友或者是有工作要做或者是其他的什么更重要的事情。

3. 农历新年在中国整个社会以及个人家庭都是一个重大的事情。

4.今天的中国人的生活水平已经提高。鲜花的陈列已成为中国家庭的新年装饰的主要特征之一,尤其是在南部地区。

5. 我听说,当地邮局很快要安排一个送邮票到家的计划,因此,当我需要邮票的时候我不必去邮局买。

1. Many people do weekly shopping at Suguo supermarket, because there are good services and fair prices.

2. The prices of fresh vegetables in winter is also reasonable.

3. She bought some clothes suitable for cold weather.

4. She is so vague that I didn’t understand what she wanted to say at all.

5. Every morning, the kindergarten teachers stand in the doorway, smiling to greet the kids.