1. - Do you want to give him_______ third chance?
- Yes, he's_______ only child in the poor family.
A. the; a B. a; the C. a; ／ D. the; the
2. Ya'an earthquake happened_______ the morning_______ April 20, 2013.
A. on, on B. in, in C. on, of D. in, of
3. The libraries in your school are nicer than_______ in ours.
A. that B. ones C. those D. it
4. This_______ tells us how to use the function.
A. instruction B. protection C. donation D. connection
5."Things______never come again,”I couldn't help_______ to myself.
A. lose; talking B. lost; to talk C. to lose; to talk D. lost; talking
6. This is the park _______I have ever visited.
A. there B. when C. where D. which
7. - Look! Somebody _______the classroom.
- Well, it wasn't me. I didn't do it.
A. is cleaning B. was cleaning C. has cleaned D. had cleaned
8. - Do you have any books written by Mo Yan?
- Sorry, they are_______. But we'll get some more next week because they_______.
A. for sale; sell well
B. selling well; sell well D. sold well; are on sale C. sold out; sell well
9．_______ beautiful pumpkin lantern!
A. What B. What a C. How D. How a
10. Travelers on planes_______ carry knives because it is against the rules.
A. needn't B. couldn't C. won't D. mustn't
11. In order to finish the work on time, we'll have to work_______ hours a day.
A. another two B. two others C. other two D. more two
12. -_______, we'll have a party this weekend.
- Sounds great!
A. Hopeful B. Hope C. Hopefully D. Hopeless
13. Mrs. Black is so_______ that she has provided many tents for those_______ people.
A. selfish, useless
C. humorous, endless B. generous, homeless D. patient, careless
14. Lisa was having a meeting, _______ we had to wait for him for half an hour.
A．but B．if C．or D．so
15. - Would you mind if I open the window?
-_______. I've had a cold for two days.
A. You'd better not
C. Of course not
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18.A. ever B. and B. of C. break D. leave C. in D. for B. Never mind D. All right B. never. C. often D. always
19.A. growing B. changing C. adding D. increasing
20.A. all B. each C. both D. every
21.A. suggest B. find C. wish D. want
22. A. join
B. enter C. arrive D. go B. attend C. learn D. study B. some C. many D. most 2
25.A. did B. will C. would D. can
She looked at the man walking along the sidewalk next to the nice houses. He didn't live in any of those houses. She had seen this man several times before. He looked like a criminal. She She drove by him. He looked at her car as she drove by. She continued driving. She him walking in her direction. Suddenly, he turned left up a driveway（车道）. A red SUV was parked in the driveway right next to the sidewalk. She saw him walk up to the driver's door and put his hand on the handle. He returned to the sidewalk and continued walking in her direction.
"What is that all about," she wondered. Then she realized that he had tested the door to see if it was locked. "He is a criminal," she thought. "That's what he does. He just walks through our neighborhoods looking for cars to break into."
She called the police. She described the man. The officer said he knew who the man was. Residents（居民）called two or three times a week to report him walking by. But the police couldn't arrest him for walking around, They had to catch him with stolen goods. "But he was testing that SUV door to see if it was unlocked," she said.
"I'm sorry," said the officer. "That's not against the law. If you see him actually steal something, give us a call."
26. What does the phrase "not to judge a book by its cover" mean in the passage?
A. Not to know about a book from its page.
B. Not to know about a person from his face.
C. To be difficult to know about a book.
D. To be easy to know about a person.
27. What does the phrase "rear view mirror" mean?
A. 后视镜 B. 太阳镜 C. 穿衣镜 D. 眼镜
28. Which is wrong according to the passage?
A. The man didn't live in the neighborhood.
B. The man looked like a thief.
C. The man was looking for his car.
D. The man often walked around there.
29. According to the officer, they could catch the man when_______.
A. he walked around B. he stole something
C. he tried to open a door D. he looked like a thief
30. Sign l tells us that _______.
A. we mustn't park in front of this hotel
B. a new hotel car park will open shortly
C. it's better to park behind the hotel
D. the hotel has another parking area
31. We can infer from Sign 2 that _______.
A. all City Bus journeys cost exactly the same
B. you need to have the correct money when you board the bus
C. you need to keep your ticket ready for checking
D. tickets must be bought before boarding the bus
32. Sign 3 means "___________"
A. Don't keep this food longer than a week.
B. Don't put this food in the fridge.
C. This food will last longer in the freezer.
D. This food will last over a week if frozen.
Time spent in a bookshop can be most enjoyable, whether you are a book lover or only you are there to buy a book as a present.
The hope to pick up a book with a beautiful cover is irresistible (吸引人的), although this method of selection should not be followed, as you might end up with a rather boring book.
You soon become interested in some book, and usually it is only much later that you realize you have spent far too much time there and must hurry off to keep some forgotten things-without buying a book, of course.
This opportunity to escape the realities of everyday life is, I think, the main attraction of a bookshop. There are not many places where it is possible to do this. You can walk round such places to your heart's comfort. If it is a good shop, no assistant says to you with usual greeting, "Can I help you, sir?"
Then, and only then, are his services necessary. Of course you may want to find out where a special section is, but when he has showed you there, the assistant should leave carefully and look as if he is not interested in selling a single book.
You have to be carful not to be attracted by the difference of books in a bookshop. It is very easy to enter the shop looking for a book on old coins and to come out carrying a copy of the latest best-selling novel.
33. From the first paragraph, we mainly know_______.
A. if you are a book lover, you can have a good time in the bookshop
B. if you want to buy books, you can have a good time in the bookshop
C. time spent in a bookshop can be most enjoyable
D. you should buy a book as a book lover if you stay in a bookshop
34. When we stay in a bookshop and enjoy reading, _______.
A. we should buy a book
B. we often forget something else
C. we often feel tired
D. we often end up with sadness
35. The underlined word "attraction" means "_______".
A. 吸引力 B. 弊端 C. 排斥 D. 厌恶
36. According to the passage, the assistant in a good bookshop always _______.
A. wants you to buy some books
B. says "Can I help you?"
C. shows his politeness to readers
A small piece of fish each day may keep the heart doctor away. That's the finding of an extensive (广泛的,大量的）study of Dutch men in which deaths from heart disease were more than 50 percent lower among those who consumed at least an ounce（盎司）of salt water fish per day than those who never ate fish.
The Dutch research is one of three human studies that give strong scientific backing to the long held belief that eating fish can provide health benefits, particularly to the heart.
Heart disease is the number-one killer in the United States, with more than 550,000 deaths occurring from heart attacks each year. But researchers previously have noticed that the incidence（发生率） of heart disease is lower in cultures that consume more fish than Americans do. There are fewer heart disease deaths, for example, among the Eskimos of Greenland, who consume（消耗）about 14 ounces of fish a day, and among the Japanese, whose daily fish consumption averages more than 3 ounces.
For 20 years, the Dutch study followed 852 middle-aged men, 20 percent of whom ate no fish. At the start of the study, the average fish consumption was about two-thirds of an ounce each day with more men eating lean（瘦的） fish than fatty fish.
During the next two decades, 78 0f the men died from heart disease. The fewest deaths were among the group who regularly ate fish, even at levels far lower than those of the Japanese or Eskimos. This relationship was true regardless of other factors such as age, high blood pressure, or blood cholesterol（胆固醇） levels.
37. The passage is mainly about_______.
A. the high incidence of heart disease in some countries
B. the effect of fish eating on people's health
C. the changes in people's diet
D. the daily fish consumption of people in different cultures
38. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. The Dutch research has proved that eating fish can help to prevent heart disease.
B. Heart doctors won't call your house so long as you keep eating fish each day.
C. Among all the diseases heart disease is the most dangerous in America.
6 D. seems not to be interested in selling any books
D. There is a low incidence of heart disease in such countries as Japan and Greenland.
39. Why is heart disease the most dangerous killer in the United States?
A. Because American people drink too much.
B. Because there are a great number of fat people there.
C. The author doesn't give a definite answer.
D. Because American people eat too much fatty fish.
40. How many lives could probably be saved each year in the United States by eating fish according to the Dutch study?
A. 550,000. B. 275,000. C. 110,000. D. 852.
pears of the three girls.
（回复）to his pen friend when I came to visit him.
（聚集）in the city centre to celebrate the National Day yesterday.
part of China in winter.
48. - Have you made up your mind?
49. -I don't know what the new word means.
- What about this one? It's much cheaper.
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