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  • 1. 选出下列选项中括号部分读音不同的选项()。

    Aw(all)

    Bsh(all)

    Cf(all)

    Dc(all)

  • 2. 选出下列选项中括号部分读音不同的选项()。

    Ali(qu)id

    Bmos(qu)ito

    Ce(qu)ip

    D(qu)arter

  • 3. 选出下列选项中括号部分读音不同的选项()。

    Ap(o)st

    Bf(o)rgot

    Cl(o)st

    Dp(o)t

  • 4. 选出下列选项中括号部分读音不同的选项()。

    Ar(a)in

    Bportr(a)it

    Cm(a)in

    Df(a)il

  • 5. 选出下列选项中括号部分读音不同的选项()。

    An(ow)

    Bfell(ow)

    Call(ow)

    Dc(ow)

  • 1. They took()measures to prevent poisonous gases from escaping.

    Avaluable

    Beffective

    Cbeneficial

    Dfruitful

  • 2. She was so()in her job that she didn't hear anybody knocking at the door.

    Aabsorbed

    Bdrawn

    Cattracted

    Dconcentrated

  • 3. Many a young scientist()engaged in the research work.

    Ahas been

    Bhave been

    Chas

    Dhave

  • 4. He insisted that she()improve her oral English by doing a lot of practice.

    Acould

    Bwould

    Cshould

    Dmight

  • 5. The river, which is()the Yangtze River, is the longest river in China.

    Aknown for

    Bcalled for

    Cnamed after

    Dknown as

  • 6. Thoughts are expressed()words.

    Aby means of

    Bby the way

    Cby all means

    Dby no means

  • 7. I'd like to live somewhere()the sun shines all year long.

    Awhere

    Bat where

    Cwhich

    Dof which

  • 8. He is quite thoughtless, for very seldom can he()other people ' s troubles.

    Arest with

    Bidentify with

    Cinterfere with

    Dagree with

  • 9. Many children,()parents are away working in big cities , are taken good care of in the vllage.

    Awhose

    Btheir

    Cwith whom

    Dof them

  • 10. He drove to the airport to()Mr. Dixon who came to see him from Orlando.

    Apick up

    Bset out

    Cturn down

    Dcall for

  • 11. We love peace, yet we are not the kind of people to yield()any military threat.

    Aat

    Bto

    Cup

    Din

  • 12. My father seemed to be in no () to look at my school report.

    Afeeling

    Battitude

    Cemotion

    Dmood

  • 13. Make a note of it()you should forget it.

    Aso

    Bto

    Chow

    Dlest

  • 14. I'm sorry I can' t see you immediately; but if you'd like to take a seat, I'll be with you().

    Afor a moment

    Bin a moment

    Cfor the moment

    Dat the moment

  • 15. The manager needs an assistant that he can()to take care of problems in his absence.

    Acount on

    Bcount in

    Ccount up

    Dcount out

  •   Scientists who study the brain have found out a great deal about how we learn.They have(21) that babies learn much more from the sights and sounds around them than we (22)before. You can help your baby by taking advantage of her hunger to learn.
      From the(23)beginning , babies try to imitate the(24)they hear us make. They “read” the (25)on our faces and our movements. That is (26) it is so important to talk , sing and smile to your child. Hearing you talk is your baby's first (27)toward becoming a reader ,because it (28)her to love language and to learn words.
      As your child grows older,(29) talking with her. Ask her about the things she does. Ask her about the events and people in the story you in (30) together. Let her know you are carefully (31)what she says. By keeping her in(32)and listening, you are (33)encouraging your child to think as she speaks.(34), you are showing that you respect her knowledge and her ability to (35)learning.

    1. 第(21)空填()

    Adiscovered

    Bheard

    Cwatched

    Dwritten

  • 2. 第(22)空填()

    Adid

    Bhoped

    Cthought

    Dstudied

  • 3. 第(23)空填()

    Aright

    Bvery

    Cearly

    Dsuitable

  • 4. 第(24)空填()

    Asounds

    Bfaces

    Cefforts

    Dstories

  • 5. 第(25)空填()

    Aeyes

    Blines

    Clooks

    Dcolors

  • 6. 第(26)空填()

    Ahow

    Bwhy

    Cwhen

    Dwhat

  • 7. 第(27)空填()

    Away

    Btime

    Cstep

    Dset

  • 8. 第(28)空填()

    Apersuades

    Bmoves

    Chelps

    Dallows

  • 9. 第(29)空填()

    Acontinue

    Bremember

    Cstart

    Dtry

  • 10. 第(30)空填()

    Atell

    Bread

    Cchange

    Drecord

  • 11. 第(31)空填()

    Aaccepting

    Benjoying

    Ccarrying out

    Dlistening to

  • 12. 第(32)空填()

    Asmiling

    Bsinging

    Ctalking

    Dplaying

  • 13. 第(33)空填()

    Aeven

    Balso

    Calready

    Dthen

  • 14. 第(34)空填()

    AOtherwise

    BBesides

    CAgain

    DHowever

  • 15. 第(35)空填()

    Abegin

    Bturn to

    Cdepend on

    Dkeep

  •   All the housewives who went to the new supermarket had one great ambition:to be the lucky customer who did not have to pay for her shoppinp.For this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said:“Remember , once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This May Be Your Lucky Day!”
      For several weeks Mrs. Edwards hoped, like many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, she never gave up hoping. The cupboards in kitchen were full of things which she did not need. Her husband tried to advise her against buying things but failed. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would approach her and say: “Madam, this is Your Lucky Day. Everythingin your basket is free. ”
      One Friday morning, after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car , she found that she had forgotten to buy any tea. She dashed back to the supermarket, got the tea and went towards the cashdesk. As she did so, she saw the manager of the supermarket approach her.“Madam,”he said, holding out his hand,“ I want to congratulate you! You are our lucky customer and everything you have in your basket isfree!”

    1. The housewives learnt about the information of free goods().

    Aon TV

    Bfrom the manager

    Cat the supermarket

    Dfrom the newspaper

  • 2. Mrs. Edwards().

    Ahad no friends

    Bhoped to get free shopping

    Cgets disappointed easily

    Dis always very lucky

  • 3. Mrs. Edwards went back to the supermarket quickly because she had to().

    Abuy another thing

    Btalk to the manager

    Cfind her shopping

    Dpay for her shopping

  • 4. Mrs. Edwards must have been().

    Adelighted

    Bpleased

    Cproud

    Ddisappointed

  •   It is customary for adults to forget how hard and dull and long school is. The learning by memory of all the basic things one must know is a most ineredible and unending effort. Learning to read is probably the most difficult and revolutionary thing that happens to the human brain and if you don' t believe that ,watch an illiterate adult try to do it. School is not easy and it is not for the most part very much fun, but then, if you are very lucky, you may find a real teacher. Three real teachers in a lifetime is the very best of my luck. Mу first was a science and math teacher in high school, my second, a professor of creative writing at Stanford, and my third was my friend and partner, Ed Ricketts.
      My three had these things in common: They all loved what they were doing. They did not tell;they catalyzed a burning desire to know. Under their influence, the horizons sprung wide and fear went away and the unknown became knowable. But most important of all, the truth, that dangerous stuff, became beautiful and very precious.
      I shall speak only of my first teacher because in addition to the other things, she brought discovery.
      She aroused us to shouting, book-waving discussions. She had the noisiest class in school and she didn t even seem to know it. We could never stick to the subject. Our speculation ranged the world.She breathed curiosity into us so that we brought in facts or truths shielded in our hands like captured fireflies.
      I can tell my son who looks forward with horror to fifteen years of drudgery that somewhere in the dusty dark a magic may happen that will light up the years if he is very lucky.

    5. According to the author, what is the difficult thing to people in school?

    AListening.

    BReading.

    CWriting.

    DSpeaking.

  • 6. They very best of the author is that he().

    Amet some good teachers in his life

    Bmet a good teacher

    Che graduated from Stanford

    Dmade friends with his teachers

  • 7. Among his teachers,()left him a very deep impression.

    Athe high school teacher

    Bthe university teacher

    CEd Ricketts

    Dthe first two teachers

  • 8. The author hoped that his son().

    Amay be lucky to meet a good teacher

    Bmay study in school for fe years

    Ccan read many books

    D may study science and math

  •   In ancient times wealth was measured and exchanged in things that could be touched: food, tools,and precious metals and stones. Then the barter system was replaced by coins ,which still had real value since they were pieces of rare metal. Coins were followed by fiat money, paper notes that have value only because everyone agrees to accept them.
      Today electronic monetary systems are gradually being introduced that will transform money into even less tangible forms, reducing it to a series of “bits and bytes”,or units of computerized information, going between machines at the speed of light. Already, electronic fund transfer allows money to be instantly sent and received by different banks, companies, and countries through computers and telecommunications devices.

    9. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for the passage?

    AInternational Banking Policies

    BThe History of Monetary Exchange

    CThe Development of Paper Currencies

    DCurrent Problems in the Economy

  • 10. According to the passage, which of the following was the earliest kind of exchange of wealth?

    ABartered foods.

    BIntangible forms.

    CFiat money.

    DCoin currency.

  • 11. According to the passage, coins once had real value as currency because they().

    Apermitted easy transportation of wealth

    Bwere made of precious metals

    C could become collector' s items

    Drepresented a great improvement over barter

  • 12. Which of the following statements about computerized monetary systems is NOT supported by the passage?

    AThey are dependent on good telecommunications systems.

    BThey promote international trade.

    CThey allow very rapid money transfers.

    DТhеу аrе still limited to small transactions(交易).

  •   Deep inside a mountain near Sweetwater in East Tennessee is a body of water known as the LostSea. It is listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world ' s largest underground lake. The Lost Sea is part of an extensive and historic cave system called Craighead Caverns.
      The caverns have been known and used since the days of the Cherokee Indian nation. The cave exnands into a series of huge rooms from a small opening on the side of the mountain. Approximately one mile from the entrance, in a room called “The Council Room”,many Indian artifacts have been found.Some of the items discovered include pottery , arrowheads , weapons, and jewelry.
      For many years there were persistent rumors of a large underground lake somewhere in a cave, but was not discovered until 1905. In that year, a thirteen-year-old boy named Ben Sands crawled through a small opening three hundred feet underground. He found himself in a large cave half flled with water.
      Today tourists visit the Lost Sea and ride far out onto it in glass-bottomed boats powered by electricmotors.More than thirteen acres of water have been mapped out so far and still no end to the lake has been found Even though teams of divers have tried to explore the Lost Sea, the full extent of it is still unknown.

    13. The Lost Sea is unique because it is().

    Apart of a historical cave system

    Bthe biggest underground lake in the world

    Clisted in the Guinness Book of World Records

    Dthe largest body of water in Tennessee

  • 14. Who located the Lost Sea in recent times?()

    ABen Sands.

    BTourists

    Che Cherokee Indians.

    DScientists.

  • 15. What was found in “The Couneil Room”?

    AAnother series of rooms.

    BMany old Indian objects.

    CA large cave.

    DA small natural opening.

  • 16. It can be inferred from the passage that the Craighead Caverns presently serve as().

    Aan underground testing site

    Ba motor boat race course

    Can Indian meeting ground

    Da tourist attraction

  •   Lawn tennis is a good sport, being based on the ancient game of court tennis,which probably came up in Egypt or Persia some 2,500 years ago.Major Walter Wingfield thought that something like court tennis could be played outdoors on lawns, and in December 1873, he introduced his new game, which he called Sphairistike,at a lawn party in Wales. The sport became popular very rapidly but the strange, difficult name disappeared almost at once, being replaced by the very simple and logical term " lawn tennis".
      By 1874 the game was being played by British soldiers in Bermuda, and in the early months of that year a young lady named Mary Outerbridge returned from Bermuda to New York,bringing with her the equipment necessary to play the new game.With the help of one of her brothers, she laid out a court on the grounds of the Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Club, and there, in the spring of 1874, Miss Outerbridge and some of her friends played the first game of lawn tennis in the United States.
      And just two years later, in 1876, the first United States lawn tennis tournament (锦标赛)was held-at Nahant near Boston.

    17. Mary Outerbridge is important in the history of lawn tennis because().

    Ashe invented it

    Bshe gave it its name

    Cshe introduced it to Bermuda

    Dshe brought it to America

  • 18. The new game called Sphairistike appeared in()in 1873.

    AEurope

    BEgypt

    CAmerica

    DBermuda

  • 19. The first United States lawn tennis game was played().

    Ain Boston

    Bin New York

    Con the Staten Island

    Dat Nahant

  • 20. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

    AMiss Outerbridge set up a lawn tennis court wih the help of her brother.

    BThe sport was called 'lawn tennis' shortly after it was invented.

    CIt was Major Walter Wingfield who invented court tennis.

    DLawn tennis became popular very rapidly in he United States.

  • Dave: What sports do you like?
    Rita: I like basketball.
    Dave: Why do you like it?
    Rita:(56).
    Dave: Do you want to play it now?
    Rita:(57).
    Dave: What movie?
    Rita:(58).
    Dave: But I don't think so. Action movies are usually boring and scary.
    Rita:(59)?
    Dave: I like comedies.
    Rita:(60).

    1. 第(56)空填().

    AI enjoy P.E at school

    BI like basketball

    CWhat kind of movies do you like ,then

    DBecause it' s exciting

    EIt's an action movie and it' s interesting

    FOh,I like comedies , too

    GSorry.I don' t. I want to go to a movie

    HI don't like watching movies

  • 2. 第(57)空填().

    AI like basketball

    BBecause it' s exciting

    COh,I like comedies , too

    DI don't like watching movies

    EWhat kind of movies do you like ,then

    FIt's an action movie and it' s interesting

    GI enjoy P.E. at school

    HSorry.I don' t. I want to go to a movie

  • 3. 第(58)空填().

    ABecause it' s exciting

    BI enjoy P.E. at school

    CI like basketball

    DWhat kind of movies do you like ,then

    EIt's an action movie and it' s interesting

    FOh,I like comedies , too

    GI don't like watching movies

    HSorry.I don' t. I want to go to a movie

  • 4. 第(59)空填().

    ASorry.I don' t. I want to go to a movie

    BWhat kind of movies do you like ,then

    CBecause it' s exciting

    DOh,I like comedies , too

    EI don't like watching movies

    FI like basketball

    GIt's an action movie and it' s interesting

    HI enjoy P.E. at school

  • 5. 第(60)空填().

    AIt's an action movie and it' s interesting

    BI like basketball

    CI enjoy P.E. at school

    DOh,I like comedies , too

    EBecause it' s exciting

    FSorry.I don' t. I want to go to a movie

    GI don't like watching movies

    HWhat kind of movies do you like ,then

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