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 I. Phonetics 1. A. height B. hopefully C. honest D. housing 2. A. generation B. mention C. memory D. metallic 3. A. persuaded B. happened C. treated D. wounded 4. A. shout B. touch C. announce D. about 5. A. excuse B. exercise C. explain D. extremely II. Situational Dialogues Section A 6. On the phone A:Hello. Is Mrs. James in, please? B:__________. A. Hang on, please B. Just wait C. Don’t leave D. She is out. 7. In the street A: ___________? B: I’m afraid there’s no bus going in that direction. A. Is there a bus B. I want to take a bus. C. Can I take a bus there? D. There is a but stop 8. In a bank A: __________? B: I want to open an account. A. Can I help you B. What do you want to do C. I’m busy now D. Please wait a moment 9. At a subway station A: ______________? B: Just give the man standing there $0.5. A. How do we pay for B. Where do we pay the fare C.Should we pay now D. I cannot find the fareplace 10. In a restaurant A: ________________ ? B: Roast beef and salad. A. Can I help you B. What can I do for you C. What do you want to eat D. May I take your order Section B Wang is invited to a wedding Mary: Wang, Jack and I are going to get married next week. Wang: That’s wonderful. _______11________! M: Thank you. Wang, we would love you to come to our wedding. W: I’d love to. ________12_______? M: It’s Saturday. _____13_____? W: Yes, sure. What time will the wedding begin? M:_____14_____. W: Very good!_____15_____. Please give my best regards to Jack. And I wish you the best of luck! M: Thanks. A. It’s so good B. Congratulations C. Could you afford the time D. What date is that E. I’m looking forward to it F. At nice sharp G. When III. Vocabulary and Structue 16. It is not difficult to _______ the idea that machines can communicate information to us. A. admit B. receive C. accept D. convince 17. I have not the least ________ of hurting your feelings. A. concept B. intention C. mind D. purpose 18. As the shortage of certain metals approaches, others must be found to take their __________ . A. share B. place C. role D. shape 19. The new power station is reported ______ with three years. A. to have completed B. to have been completed C. having been completed D. to complete 20. Mary is in bed with a fever and she can’t hope to ______ the cold in a few days. A. get over B. get away C. get off D. get out 21. Although the weather was very bad, the buses still ran on _______ . A. list B. plan C. schedule D. arrangement 22. The situation today is obviously quite different from _______ it wa only 50 years ago. A. what B. which C. when D. such 23. Soon, Americans hope, the rains will return and ease the hardship ______ U.S. farmers. A. faced B. faces C. facing D. to face 24. Ever since the family moved to the suburbs last year, they _______ better health. A. could have enjoyed B. have been enjoying C. had enjoyed D. are enjoying 25. It is much easier to talk about social change than to _______ . A. bring it on B. bring it about C. bring it up D. bring it out 26. Jane was hit on the head by the robber and was knocked __________ . A. mindless B. unaware C. brainless D.unconscious 27. He likes doing some reading at home _______ to the cinema. A. than to B. than going C. more than going D. rather than to go 28. ________ neglecting our education, my father sent my brother and me to a summer school. A. Accused of B. Accusing of C. That he was accused of D. To be accused of 29. I bought a new house last year, but I _______ my old house yet, so at the moment a have two houses. A. did not sell B. do not sell C. had not sold D. have not sold 30. She didn’t regret paying 200 dollars for the bookcase. As a matter of fact, she would gladly have paid ______ for it. A. as much twice B. much as twice C. as twice much D. twice as much 31. By the time you get to Beijing tomorrow, I ________ for Shanghai. A. am leaving B. shall have left C. will leave D. have already left 32. It was essential that the necessary documents ________ to the president’s office before the end of this month. A. be handed in B. must be handed in C. should hand in D. had been handed in 33. The car is quite _______ of petrol. A. economic B. economical C. saving D. sparing 34. The traffic was very heavy; otherwise I ________ here 50 minutes sooner. A. would be B. should be C. had been D. would have been 35. ________ his great wealth, he always remained a man of simple tastes. A. Except for B. With regard to C. Despite D. Although 36. The socks were too small and it was only by ________ them that he managed to get them on. A. spreading B. extending C. lengenening D. stretching 37. Language can be defined as a tool by which human beings _______ with one another. A. associate B. connect C. communicate D. correspond 38. As a small boy, he was solw ______ learning to read and write. A. on B. with C. in D. about 39. Tony was _______ a mile of the hotel when he ran out of petrol. A. within B. inside C. about D. off 40. It has been rather costlly to install the machinery, but it will prove to be worth the money. A. in the long run B. at long last C. in conclusion D. at the end 41. I don’t know why he ________ in the middle of a sentence. A. broke off B. broke out C. broke through D. broke away 42. I’m soory Andy didn’t want to go to the conference. ______ willing to go we would have paid all his expenses. A. Being B. Was he C. He had been D. Had he been 43. The minister was the person __________ . A. whom the state dinner was given in honor B. for whom the state dinner was given honor C. whose honor the state dinner was given D. in whose honor the state dinner was given 44. The young driver looked over the engine carefully lest it _______ on the way. A. goes wrong B. would go wrong C. went wrong D. should go wrong 45. John had been working hard and ________ . A. so his brother had B. so had his brother C. so was his brother D. so his brother did IV. Reading Comprehension Passage 1 The day after my high school graduation, I boarded a plane heading for South Korea. My parents had registered me in a cultural summer program at a university in Seoul. For five weeks I was to live in a dormitory with hundreds of fellow second-generation Korean American teenagers. The first week of the program flew by, greatly damaging my self-confidence. My language skills were poor; the natives could not understand me when I spoke Korean. What’s more, I was having a difficult time adapting to the climate. The weather was hot and there was no air-conditioning. I didn’t know where to begin when I called my mother to tell her about my first days, but there was something I wanted to ask since stepping off the plane. “Mom, what does ‘gyo-po’ mean? I asked Grandma, but she didn’t seem to understand my question in Korean. ‘Gyo-po’ is what the natives—taxi drivers, waiters and saleswomen—are calling me everywhere I go.” “It means foreigner, my girl,” answered my mom. As I didn’ want to stand in the phone booth(电话亭) for too long, I got into the habit of writing down everything to tell my parents before calling them. It was boiling both inside and outside the air felt hotter than my own breath. In a letter to my friend, I told her that in Seoul you didn’t move from one place to the next, you swam, as if you were in Africa. “Oh, it means foreigner?” I replied in surprise. I didn’t have much else to say to my mom that day. Nothing on my list seemed important anymore. 46. Judging by the information provided in the passage, the writer was a(n) ­­­____ . A. Korean B. African C. Korean American D. African American 47. “The natives” (Para. 2 and Para. 4) refers to _____ . A. Africans B. Koreans C. Indians D. Americans 48. In this passage, about her stay in Korea, the writer mainly talks about her trouble with _____ . A. the taxi drivers and the waiters B. the waiters and the saleswomen C. her phone calls and letters D. the language and the climate 49. The writer did not want to stand in the phone booth for long because ____ . A. the weather was very hot B. she could not write there C. she wanted to write letters D. calls to the US were expensive 50. The writer was most surprised that in Korea ____ . A. there were no air-conditioning B. the natives considered her a foreigner C. her grandmother couldn’t understand her D. people went to different places by swimming There was a strange girl in my high school whom we all called the Bird. We called her that because of her nervous, birdlike movements. Her skin looked as if it had never felt the sun, and there was usually a red spot in the middle of her forehead. She had thin black hair on her arms long enough to comb, and she wore clothes that had been out of fashion since Shirley Temple’s time. She was so often laughed at that it shames me to this day to think that brave. I’d wait until she hurried by and join the laughter so that the laughter will not turn on you. I remember one day when the Bird was surrounded by three by three or four rude guys who had stopped her in the hall between classes. They were moving their arms up and down like birds and shouting in her ear. She was terrified and there was fright in her eyes. A couple of her books fell to the floor. Then this girl came out of nowhere. I’d never seen such anger in a girl before. She went up to the leader of the guys and shouted angrily, “Stop it! Can’t you see what you’re doing ?” The guys backed off, astonished. Then the girl went over to the Bird and put her arm around her shoulders and walked her to class. I thought about the Bird when I read about Nathan Faris, the little boy who shot a classmate and killed himself after being laughed at by the kids in his school. I thought of how I had been part of her misery, how more than twenty years later it still bothered me. But I also thought of what I had learned that day about respect and bravery, about being a human being, from a girl whose name I don’t even know. And I wonder whether that one act of kindness might have saved another girl’s life. 51. The girl was called the Bird mainly because of her_______. A. outdated dress B. color of her hair C. birdlike actions D. physical appearance 52. The author joined other teenagers in laughing at the Bird because he________. A. feared that they would laugh at him B. did not dare to laugh at her in her face C. shared their opinion of her nervous actions D. was ashamed of her peculiar movements 53. When the kind girl came to the Bird’s help, the teenagers were _______. A. hocked B. afraid C. angry D. ashamed 54. The stony of Nathan Fairs reminded the author that _______. A. he should have asked the girl’s name B. a kind act may change a person’s life C. the girl had saved the life of the Bird D. boys were not as brave as girls in school 55. What the author learns from the kind girls is______. A. shame and misery B. s hame and kindness C. respect and courage D. respect and love Passage 2 A group of college students were telling frightening stories. Eventually, a girl from a small town in Michigan broke in. “I know a more frightening story than any of those!” she announced. “And the most frightening thing is, this one is true. It happened to a girl my sister knew. ” She began her story. “One stormy evening, the girl went to baby-sit at a house way out in the country. She was feeling a little nervous when the phone rang. When she answered, a man said, ‘Have you checked the child? ’ and laughed strangely. She was scared to death when a few minutes later the guy called again and said the same thing. She checked the child and called the operator to get the calls traced. Soon the operator called back to say, ‘Get out of the house! He’s in the house with you!’ So she got hold of the child and ran out into the rain. Later, the police found this escaped prisoner in the parent’s upstairs bedroom.” “But wait a minute!” called out the girl’s roommate from Iowa. “That didn’t happen in Michigan. It happened near my hometown long ago when my mother was in school. The guy had escaped from a madhouse.” ‘Well, it sounds an awful lot like something that happened near a few years ago to a friend of my brother’s in Colorado,” said another student. “Only the guy actually caught the babysitter.” What’s going on here? How could the same event have happened to three different babysitters in three different parts of the country at the three different times? It is what we call urban legend(都市传奇),which is the modern version of American folk tales. Urban legends are modern and sound real to us. They are humorous, unexpected, and often frightening, though they probably never happened. 56.The girl from Michigan believed her story to be the most frightening, because________. A. it actually happened B. it happened on a stormy night C. it involved a dangerous person D. it happened far away in the county 57. In the story told by the girl from Michigan, the prisoner_______. A. escaped from the house B. caught the baby-sitter C. was arrested by the police D. a friend of her brother’s 58. According to the girl from Iowa, the guy in the house was_______. A. a runaway prisoner B. an escaped mad person C. a classmate of her mother D. a friend of her brother’s 59. The author uses three different version of the same story to ______. A. illustrate what urban legends is B. show the false nature of the story C. emphasize the truth of the story D. prove life in the county is dangerous 60. According to the passage, urban legends are_______. A. always horrible and scary B. very difficult to believe C. enjoyed by college students D. part of the folk tale tradition Passage 3 By the time she got the box open, Nancy was so excited that she could hardly contain herself. Eagerly she removed the cotton surrounding the small object inside the box, and held it up to the light. It glittered and sparkled(闪闪发光)—made alive by the bright sunlight pouring through the window . Nancy turned the object slowly in her hands, first this way and then that way. It continued to sparkle and shine as if it had a light of its own. She cried out in delight. Her diamond engagement ring had been found and returned to her, just as the woman on the phone had promised. For two weeks, Nancy almost collapsed after losing the ring on the subway. She had placed ads in the newspapers and on the radio, offering a reward for the return of the ring. And, she had almost given up hope when the phone call came. A kind, elderly female voice informed her that she had found the ring between seat cushion(坐垫).She had called, she said, to make sure of the exact address and had promised to return the ring by insured mail the next day. And then she had added sweetly : “There’s no need to send a reward either. I lost my engagement ring once when I was young, and some kind, unknown person returned it to me the nest day. I feel I’m only paying back an old debt of thanks.” Nancy had thanked the finder profusely and asked her name, but the other woman had said it wasn’t important. And, now, here was the ring once again in her hand. She put it back on her finger and breathed a huge sigh of relief. 61. The word “object” in the first and second paragraphs refers to the _______. A. box B. ring C. cotton D. sunlight 62. After she lost the ring, Nancy did all the following EXCEPT_________. A. she placed ads on the radio B. she placed ads in the newspapers C. she offered reward for its finder D. she called the kind, elderly woman 63. The elderly woman told Nancy that she found the ring___________. A. in a box B. in the cotton C. on the subway D. in the insured mail 64. The woman refused to accept Nancy’s offer of reward because___________. A. the reward was not important to her B. an unknown finder gave the ring to he r C. she did not consider it a sincere offer D. she had had the same experienced before 65. Nancy breathed a huge sigh of relief because______. A. she had finally paid off her debt of thanks B. she had finally got the engagement ring back C. the woman had refused her offer of reward D. the woman had promised to send her the ring V. Cloze It was an early morning in summer. In the streets, sleepy-eyed people were moving quickly, heading towards their 66. This was the beginning of another ordinary day in New York City. 67 this day was to be different. Waiting above the crowded streets, on top of a 68 110 stories high, was Philippe Petit. This daring Frenchman was about to 69 a tightrope (绷索) between the two towers of the World Trade Center.   Philippe took his first 70 with great care. The wire held.Now he was sure he could do it . 71 only a balancing pole, Philippe walked his way across, a 72 of 131 feet. Soon the rush-hour crowds began to notice. What a 73! There, 1350 feet above the street ,a 74 figure was walking on air . Philippe made seven 75 , back and forth(来回). He wasn't satisfied with just 76. At times, he would turn, sit down, and 77 go on his knees. Once, he had the astonishing 78 to lie down on the thin thread. And thousands of 79 watchers stared with their hearts beating fast.   After the forty-five -minute show, Philippe was taken to the police station.He was asked 80 he did it. Philippe shrugged(耸肩) and said,"When I see two tall buildings,I walk".   66.A. jobs     B.homes     C.buses     D.offices   67.A.And      B.So       C.But      D.Thus   68.A.roof      B.position    C.wall      D.building   69.A.throw     B.walk      C.climb     D.fix   70.A.act      B.landing    C.step      D.trip   71.A.Through    B.Against    C.With      D.On   72.A.distance    B.height     C.space     D.rope   73.A.height     B.pleasure    C.wonder     D.danger   74.A.great     B.strange    C.public     D.tiny   75.A.experiments  B.circles    C.trips     D.movements   76.A.walking    B.staying    C.acting     D.showing   77.A.almost     B.even      C.often     D.rather   78.A.spirit     B.result     C.strength    D.courage   79.A.patient    B.terrified   C.pleased    D.enjoyable   80.A.how      B.why      C.whether    D.when VI. Translation 81. His success is___________(与其说是由于机遇,不如说是由于努力). 82. (老师想学生们保证说)____________that the final exam was quite easy。 83. (她一言未发)____________,but her face spoke volumes。 84. I have no choice _______________ (只能把这些事实按实际情况公之于众). 85. Not that I dislake the work ___________________(而是因为我没有时间去做). VII. Writing Directions: In this part, you are required to write a composition to call on university sudents to help those people in need. You should write at least 100 words according to the following Chinese outline. 1. 倡议书涉及的具体帮助对象 2. 实施帮助的理由和意义 3. 具体措施或活动安排 答案 1—5 CDBBB 6—10 ACABD 11—15 BDCFE 16—20CBBBA 21—25 CACBB 26—30 DCADD 31—35 BABDC 36—40DCCDA 41—45 ADDDB 46—50 CBDAB 51—55 CAABC 56—60 ACBAD 61—65 BDCDB 66—70 ACDBC 71—75 CACDC 76—80 ABDBB 81. not so much by chance as by hard work. 82. The teacher assured the students. 83. She said nothing. 84. but to lay the facts before the public exactly as they occurred. 85., but that I have no time to do it ar pesent. Answers to Paper One 1.A 2.D 3.D 4.C 5.B 6.A 7.D 8. A 9. C 10. A 11. B 12. D 13. G 14. C 15. F 16. C 17. B 18. B 19.A 20.B 21.B 22. C 23.B 24.A 25. B 26. A 27. D 28.D 29.B 30.A 31. B 32. C 33. B 34. A 35.C 36. C 37. A 38.D 39.D 40. B 41.D 42.B 43. D 44.D 45.B 46. B 47. A 48. B 49. B 50. D 51. D 52. A 53. C 54. C 55. C 56.C 57B 58B 59C 60D 61C 62C 63B 64B 65C 66. D 67. D 68. A .Co 69. C 70. B 71. C 72.D 73. C 74. A 75.A 76.A 77.D 78. D 79.B 80.C 81.B 82.D 83.D 84.C 85. B Answers to No. 2 1.C 2.D 3.A 4.B 5.B 6. B 7. B 8. C 9.A 10. D 11. D 12. G 13. B 14. A 15. F16.C 17. A 18. B 19. D 20. C 21. C 22. C 23. D 24. D 25. B26. D 27.A 28.C29.C30.D 31.B 32.B 33.D 34.A 35.B 36.A 37.A 38.A 39.A 40.C 41.B 42. A 43. D 44.B 45.D46.C 47.B 48.B 49.A 50. C 51. D 52. C 53. B 54. B 55. B56. B 57. B 58. D 59. A 60. D 61. A 62. C 63. A 64. D 65. C 66.B 67. A 68. D 69. C 70. D 71.D 72. A 73. D 74. B 75. B 76.D 77.D 78.A 79.C 80.D 81.D 82.C 83.B 84.A 85.A Answers to No. 3 1.C 2.A 3.D 4.B 5.D 6. A 7. B 8.C 9.D 10. C 11. D 12. E 13. A 14. B 15. G16B 17B 18A 19D 20A 21D 22D 23C 24D 25A26.A 27.D 28.D 29.A 30.A 31.B 32.D 33.C34.C 35.A 36.A 37.B 38.A 39.B 40.A 41.A 42. A 43. B 44. A 45. C46.D 47. A 48.C 49.B 50.A 51.D52.C 53.A 54.D 55.B 56.D 57. B 58. D 59. B 60. D 61. D 62. D 63. A 64. C 65. B66.C 67.B 68.D 69.C 70.C 71.D 72.D 73.C 74.B 75.C76.A 77. C 78B 79A 80 D 81D 82C 83D 84B 85A