英 语 试 题
1．—Where's Jack ?
—I think he's still in _____ bed, but he might just be in ____bathroom.
A./; / B. the; the C. the; / D./; the
2．—Hi, Nick. Oh, sorry, but I forgot to bring the tape you want.
— _____ You can bring it next time.
— Thank you. I promise.
A. Do you mean it?
several years ago.
A. was caused
— A. why; think that B. that; guess so C. if; realize that D. when; so know
5．—I‘m sorry I couldn‘t go to your work late.
—Don‘t apologize. It was just a weekend party. YouA. may; shouldn‘t B. must; don‘t need to
D. can‘t; mustn‘t C. had to ; didn‘t have to
—Yes, it‘s better to be safe than sorry.
A. have come to ; wear B. go on ; put on C. leave; put up D. begin; put away
7．—Can you tell me the way to the science museum?
—Sorry, I‘m a newcomer here. —That‘s all right. ________ thank you.
B. Therefore C. Someway D. Thus B. causes C. is caused D. is being caused 4．—B. That‘s OK. C. That sounds good. D. Is that all? 3．Our city has a big headache and it ______ by the great number of cars. It began to disturb us 6．— A. Anyhow
8．—My car started up at last. —You should have it repaired ________it is working now.
B. as though C. as long as D. in case A. even though
9．He is running ____ the wind towards the east of the station while Tom is running ____ the
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right. A. down; on
B. for; in
C. against; on
D. with; to
10．— What game is popular with them?
— The ____ most is tennis. A. game they like it like it
11．After playing football for more than half an hour, the students took _______ rest. A. a few minute‘s
B. a- few-minutes
D. a few minutes‘
12．—How was your recent visit to Qingdao?
—It was great. We visited some friends, and spent the ___ days at the seaside. A. few last sunny
B. last few sunny
C. last sunny few
D. few sunny last
13．— I don‘t like chicken ____ fish.
— I don‘t like chicken ____ I like fish very much.
B. and, but
C. or, and
D. or, but
A. and, and writing. A. suggestions A. do; close
B. messages B. do; closed
C. informations C. have; close
D. advices D. am; closed
15．I _______ feel tired, so I need to keep my eyes _______.
16．This washing machine is environmentally friendly because it uses ______ water and
electricity than ______ models. A. less; older A．the ones A. provided
B. less; elder B. ones B. supplied
C. fewer; older C. others C. charged
D. fewer; elderA D. the othersA D. offered
17．Mr．Zhang gave the textbooks to all the pupils except _____who had already taken them． 18．They‘ve _______ us 150,000 dollars for the house. Shall we take it? 19．—Do you have any trouble in Nanchong?
—Yes, ________ the right way to Nanchong High School. A. find
D. to find
20．— Did the judge ask you many questions?
— Yes, and ______.
A. they were difficult to be answered C. they were difficult to answer
B. to answer them was to be difficult D. they had difficulty in answerin
B. game they like
C. best game they like
D. best game they
14．I was wondering if you could give me some _______ on how to improve my English
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The cold weather of the last weeks has had a surprising result. 4000 Russian red-necked ducks have arrived in Britain where the weather, just below freezing, is like spring to them.
The Russian red-necked ducks manage perfectly well at temperature down to 30 degrees zero. They wouldn‘t think of leaving home at minus 40. But, as the cold gets colder, they make a quick to take off together all with a single thought : ―Go somewhere .‖
Last Tuesday the small lake near my house was by above three hundred Russian red- necked ducks, a noisy lot, though I must say they were not trouble. Our local birds were at first quite by these from far away, and there were some obvious language difficulties too.
At 9 I went down to the edge of the lake, with a little bread and milk for our own birds. I saw them standing about, the foreigners to eat up everything. But my worry proved ; The red-necked birds didn‘t like the bread at all. Many of them a mouthful, and threw up. In fact they pushed and fought to get away from the food, our own birds looked at them in surprise.
My wife had followed me down the path with a cake she had made on Monday evening. She had forgotten to turn off the electricity in time, and the cake got . Now that, funnily enough, the Russian birds it, though our birds wouldn‘t touch it. We realized then the visitors were used to bread probably, and my wife agreed to make some for them. 21. A. below 22. A. conclusion 23. A. by heart 24. A. hotter 25. A. invaded 26. A. pleased 27. A. strangers 28. A. as ever 29. A. expecting 30. A. untrue 31. A. tried 32. A. good-looking 33. A. burnt 34. A. sucked
B. under B. plan B. in mind B. colder B. taken B. delighted B. passengers B. as usual B. expected B. true B. ate B. hopeful B. burned up B. drank
C. over C. advice C. in heart C. warmer C. occupied C. moved C. enemies C. as often C. watch C. unnecessary C. had C. delicious C. burning C. loved
D. above D. decision D. on mind D. cooler D. reached D. upset D. pioneers D. as before D. watching D. necessary D. managed D. hopeless D.burned down D. hated
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35. A. white
B. black C. green D. red
You speak, write a letter, make a telephone call. Your words carry a message. People communicate with words. Do you think you can communicate without words? A smile on your face shows you are happy or friendly. Tears in your eyes tell others that you are sad. When you raise your hand in class, the teacher knows you want to say something or ask questions. You shake you head and people know you are saying ―No.‖ You nod and people know you are saying ―Yes‖.
Other things can also carry messages. For example, a sign at the bus stop helps you to know which bus to take. A sign on the wall of your school helps you to find the library. Signs on doors tell you where to go in or out. Have you ever noticed that there are a lot of signs around you and that you receive messages from them all the time?
People can communicate in many other ways. An artist can use his drawings to tell about beautiful mountains, about the blue sea and many other things. Books are written to tell you about all the wonderful things in the world and also about people and their ideas. Books, magazines, TV and radios and films all help us to communicate with each other. They all help us to know what is going on in the world and what other people are thinking about.
36. Can we communicate with each other without words?
A. Yes, we hardly do so.
C. No, it‘s impossible.
37. A sign at the bus stop tells you_____.
A. how many buses there are
C. where the bus comes and goes
A. Writing a letter.
C. Drawing a picture. B. what kind of bus it is D. how much money you will pay for the ticket B. Making a telephone. D. Asking someone else to take a message.
We welcome you aboard the Finn Air Flight and will do our best to make your trip comfortable and enjoyable. For your safety and convenience.
To begin the trip, we would like to draw your attention to some safety-related details. These are also explained on the instruction card in the seat pocket in front of you. Seat belts must remain fastened while the ―Fasten seatbelts‖ sign is on. It is advisable to keep them fastened at all times while seated. All flights are non-smoking. The use of mobile telephones is
193468779.doc（6.22） 第 4 页 共 12 页 B. No, we can‘t. D. Yes, sometimes we can. 38. What do you think is the quickest way to communicate with your friend in another city?
now allowed when the airplane is on the ground and ―the fasten seat bells‖ sign is turned off. During the flight the use of CD and DVD players is now allowed.
For your entertainment
To help you enjoy your trip, we provide a range of newspapers on international flights. On our MD-11 and Boeing aircraft, we are also pleased to provide music and video programs. On Airbus A321/320/319, aircraft route maps and short videos are shown. Details of entertainment programs available on MD-11 aircraft are shown on the separate ―On the Air ‖ brochure(手册) located in your seat pocket.
For your children
Special reading material is provided for children and on longest flights there are also audio and video programs for them. On long-distance flights, first-time flyers between the ages of 2 and 15 can join our Finn Air Junior Plus Club.
Meals and drinks
During most flights we serve you a tasty meal with drinks with it. Beer, wine and other drinks are served free of charge. Coffee, tea and juice are served free of charge on all domestic flights of over 35 minutes. On domestic flights leaving before nine and on all flights to northern Finland, a snack is served. We value your opinion.
In this magazine you‘ll find a special form for your comments about our service. Kindly return the form to our crew or any Finnier office. It will be forwarded directly to the appropriate department. You can also fax it（＋ 358 -（0）89819 – 7729）or send your comments flight whenever possible.
39. Which of the following statement is NOT true?
A. During the flight you have to keep your seat belt fastened all the time.
B. When taking Airbus 321/320/319, you may know where you are through an aircraft route map.
C. During the flight you may listen to music or watch video.
D. During the fright you may have some coffee or tea or juice for free.
40. What special service can a 10-year-old child who takes his first flight have?
A. He can join the Finn Air Junior Plus Club.
B. Wine and other drinks will offered for free.
C. He can enjoy music and video programs
D. A tasty meal with drinks with it will be served.
41. The purpose of the passage is to________.
A. teach the passengers how to use the seat belts
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B. tell the passengers what kind of entertainment they can enjoy during their flight
C. encourage the passengers to give comments on the service
D. introduce the good service of the Finn Air and attract more passengers
42. You may find this passage in________.
A. a newspaper B. a book C. a guide book D. an official document
Begin doing the work you love as soon as possible, even if you don‘t get paid for it, or if you can only work at it part-time. Albert Einstein was unable to get a job as a physics professor. He could have said to himself, ―Well, I just don‘t have the work relative to physics. I should give up on it and settle for something else.‖ Instead, he wrote the two most famous papers while employed as a patent clerk. After their publication, there was not a major university in the world that would not have been glad to have him on their staff.
If you want to work as an artist and you are making a living as a waiter, don‘t think of yourself as a waiter who hopes one day to become an artist. That puts the work you love somewhere off in the distant future. Rather, think of yourself as an artist, supporting yourself by waiting tables, and paint, or draw as much as you can. It is possible to earn a living wage as a waiter working 24 hours a week. That leaves plenty of time to devote to training or developing your craft（工艺）in the off hours.
While seeking the work you love, it helps to expand your awareness（意识）into the universe of all possibilities. You don‘t want to be limited to the ideas of what you should do or what you have done before. Having opened to all possibilities, you can make a final decision and select the work you love as your own.
Doing the work you love requires that you be equally comfortable with the imaginative and the practical. It requires the ability to dream big dreams and the ability to face and master all the little details that make dreams come true.
43．According to the passage, perhaps Einstein once said to himself, ―_______.‖
A．I have to support myself by working as a patent clerk now, but I won‘t give physics up
B．Well, I just don‘t have the work relative to physics. I should give up on it and settle for something else
C．The job is just what I want, I should work very hard at it
D．I must wait until I find my favorite job
44．If a person works 24 hours a week, he can________.
A．do nothing else B．have enough spare time for his hobbies
C．have no time left to make his dream come true D．make a good living
45．Which of the following is not implied in the last paragraph?
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A．We shall do practical things rather than dream.
B．Sometimes the imaginative is different from the practical.
C．We have to take care of a lot of details before we make our dreams come true.
D．We shall dream big dreams and practice as well.
46．According to the passage, the author encourages us to ________.
C．select job carefully and patiently B．start the work you love quickly D．make up our minds quickly
Parents and kids today dress alike, listen to the same music, and are friends. Is this a good thing? Sometimes, when Mr. Ballmer and his 16-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, listen to rock music together and talk about interests they both enjoy, such as pop culture, he remembers his more distant relationship with his parents when he was a teenager.
―I would never have said to my mom, ?Hey, the new Weezer album is really great. How do you like it?‘‖ says Ballmer. ―There was just a complete gap in taste.‖ earlier generations of parents and children often appeared to move in separate orbits.
Today, the generation gap has not disappeared, but it is getting narrow in many families. Conversations on subjects such as sex and drugs would not have taken place a generation ago. Now they are comfortable and common. And parent-child activities, from shopping to sports, involve a feeling of trust and friendship that can continue into adulthood.
No wonder greeting cards today carry the message, ―To my mother, my best friend.‖
But family experts warn that the new equality can also result in less respect for parents. ―There‘s still a lot of strictness and authority on the part of parents out there, but there is a change happening,‖ says Kerrie, a psychology professor at Lebanon Valley College. ―In the middle of that change, there is a lot of confusion among parents.‖
Family researchers offer a variety of reasons for these evolving roles and attitudes. They see the 1960s as a turning point. Great cultural changes led to more open communication and a more democratic process that encourages everyone to have a say.
―My parents were on the ?before‘ side of that change, but today‘s parents, the 40-year-olds, were on the ?after‘ side,‖ explains Mr. Ballmer. ―It‘s not something easily accomplished by parents these days, because life is more difficult to understand or deal with, but sharing interests does make it more fun to be a parent now.‖
47. Which of the following shows that the generation gap is disappearing?
A. Parents help their children develop interests in more activities.
B. Parents put more trust in their children‘s abilities.
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C. Parents and children talk more about sex and drugs.
D. Parents share more interests with their children.
48. The change in today‘s parent-child relationship is _________.
A. more confusion among parents
B. new equality between parents and children
C. less respect for parents from children
D. more strictness and authority on the part of parents
49. By saying ―today‘s parents, the 40-year-olds, were on the ?after‘ side.‖ the author means
that today‘s parents _________.
A. follow the trend of the change
B. can set a limit to the change
C. fail to take the change seriously
D. have little difficulty adjusting to the change
50. The purpose of the passage is to _________.
A. describe the difficulties today‘s parents have met with
B. suggest the ways to handle the parent-child relationship
C. discuss the development of the parent-child relationship
D. compare today‘s parent-child relationship with that in the past
Everybody in Britain talks about the weather, It‘s the most common of conversation, ―Isn‘t it a nice day?‖ ―Do you think it will rain?‖ ―I think it‘s going to be windy.‖ These are common ways of starting a conversation.
Many people think they can tell the weather is going to be like. But they ever agree with each other. One man may say, ―Do you see how cloudy it is in the east? It‘s going to rain tomorrow‖ Another man will say, ―Yes, it‘s cloudy in the east. But I think we are going to have fine weather tomorrow.‖
People often look for the weather they want. When a farmer needs , he looks for something to tell him it‘s going to rain. He won‘t believe anything else. When some friends have a picnic, they‘re so sure the weather is going to up very quickly that they sit down and eat their lunch while it rains.
Almost everyone listens to what the weatherman says. But he doesn‘t always tell us what we want, and once in a while he makes a mistake. Still, he usually comes closer to being correct than anyone else.
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此行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），在该行右边横线上写出该加的词； 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 Though great progress has been made in science these years, there
are still many people live in poor conditions. They make their living by
collecting and selling used things. Their children cannot go to school
because they have not enough money to send away their children there.
Why do you think so many people still suffer from poverty now?
The answer lies on the population explosion. A president
of a developing country once said, ―It is us who are to blame for
the poverty because we used to ?produce‘ children without limit.‖
Although this few words sound simple enough, they have
clearly pointed out one of the causes of the population explosion.
请以“A present for my mother”为题写—篇文章。
1．你送的礼物：—张健康俱乐部(health club)的贵宾卡(VIP card)；
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A present for my mother
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The Mother‘s Day is coming and I want to give my mother a present. That is a VIP card of a health club. My mother works hard as a teacher, spending most of her time at school. I sometimes accompany her in her office till a late hour. So I know that she works with great effort. My mother also loves reading and often dives into piles of books. But she seldom does exercise.
I‘m getting more and more concerned about her health. She should exercise more but she‘s not doing enough. With the health club membership, I hope that she will find time to do more exercise.
I want to give her this present to express my love and thanks to her. I think that she will relax in the health club and make more friends. At the same time, I hope with more exercise, she will enjoy better health.
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