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1. --I hear you ______ in a pub. What’s it like?

--Well, it’s very hard work and I’m always tired, but I don’t mind. A. are working B. will work C. were working D. will be working

2. The fact that so many people still smoke in public places ______ that we may need a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of the risks of smoking. A. suggest B. suggests C. suggested D. suggesting 3.-Tommy is planning to buy a car.

-I know, By next month, he ______enough for a used one A. saves B. saved C. will save D. will have saved

4. Between the 2 parts of the concert is an interval, _______ the audience can buy ice-cream. A. when B. where C. that D. which

5. In that school, English is compulsory for all students, but French and Russian are ______. A. special B. regional C. optional D. original 6. It was never clear _______ the man hadn’t reported the accident sooner. A. that B. how C. when D. why

7. Teachers have to constantly update their knowledge in order to maintain their professional _______. A. consequence B. independence C. competence D. intelligence 8. -Are you still mad at her?

-Not really, but I can’t ______ that her remarks hurt me. A. deny B. refuse C. reject D. decline 9. -Linda didn’t invite us to the party. -_________? I don’t care. A. For what B. So what C. What’s on D. What’s up 10. -You look upset. What’s the matter? -I had my proposal _____ again. A. turned over B. turned on C. turned off D. turned down

11. Recently a survey _____ prices of the same goods in two different supermarkets has caused

heated debate among citizens. A. compared B. comparing C. compares D. being compared 12. We’d better discuss everything ______before we work out the plan. A. in detail B. in general C. on purpose D. on time

13. It sounds like something is wrong with the car’s engine._______,we’d better take it to the garage


A. Otherwise B. If not C. But for that D. If so

14. -I left my handbag on the train, but luckily someone gave it to the railway officials. -How unbelievable to get it back! I mean, someone_______ it. A. will have stolen B. might have stolen

C. should have stolen D. must have stolen

15. -You could always put the decisions off a little bit longer.

-___________ If I leave it much longer I might miss my chance. A. That’s reasonable advice. B. Isn’t it a good idea? C. Do you think so ? D. I can’t agree more. 16. The party will be held in the garden, weather _______.

A. permitting B. to permit C. permitted D. permit

17. Film has a much shorter history, especially when _______ such art forms as music and painting.

A. having compared to B. comparing to C. compare to D. compared to 18. Tony lent me the money, ___ that I’d do as much for him. A. hoping B. to hope C. hoped D. having hope

19. The old man sat in front of the television every evening, happy ___ anything that happened to be

on. A. to watch B. watching C. watched D. to have watched 20. One learns a language by making mistakes and ______ them.

A. corrects B. correct C. to correct D. correcting

21. Only_______ stand-up comedians have become famous as television and film actors later on in life._______ person is Billy Crystal.

A. a few; One such B. some; A such C. few; Such a D. fewer; Such one 22. Learn some useful skills, or, I’m afraid, you would ______ nothing in society.

A. complete B. perform C. accomplish D. finish

23. The moment the people of London heard that their city had won the bid for the 30th Olympic Games, they ________ cheers.

A. burst in B. burst out C. burst into D. burst with 24. This means that for the first time doctors may be able to tell if an infected(被感染的)person who feels well is ________ becoming ill, so that they can try to do something to prevent this. A. in case of B. in danger of C. in terms of D. in charge of

25.______ yourself with positive people, and you will keep focused on what you can do instead of what you can’t.

A. Surround B. Surrounding C. Surrounded D. Have surrounded 26. Those who continuously acquire new knowledge that they can ______ their work are more likely

to succeed.

A. apply to B. adapt to C. contribute to D. respond to 27. — I am going to the dentist at 4 o'clock and it is 3:30 now.

— Well, if you ______ leave earlier today, please ask the director for permission. A. can B. may C. must D. will 28. No decision _____ about any new operations until we have discussed all the details. A. is made B. is being made C. has been made D. will be made 29. The project is based on an agreement, one of _____ purposes is to ensure that the project can be completed before the deadline. A. whose B. which C. its D. what 30. -Why was the young lady taken away by the police? -She happened _______ something in the supermarket. A. to catch stealing B. to catch to steal C. to be caught stealing D. to be caught to steal

31. The process of producing electricity may also give out CO2, ______ you heat your house with


electricity instead of charcoal. A. as long as B. as soon as C. as if D. even if 32. The hard life in the mountainous area he has adapted to ____ a real challenge to anyone. A. mean B. means C. meant D. meaning 33. — How much do you know about the 3D film technology?

— A little. Not until ________ the hot movie Avatar ________ some about it. A. did I see; did I begin to learn B. I saw; I began to learn C. I saw; did I begin to learn D. did I see; I began to learn 34. — Peter was admitted to a second-class college.

— He ________ a top university, but he was addicted to playing computer games. A. had entered B. would enter C. must have entered D. could have entered 35. An important parents' meeting ________ tomorrow, all the class are busy cleaning the room. A. given B. giving C. will be given D. to be given

36. _____ his apology for doing wrong to me, I later walked straight to him and beat him on the nose. A. Having not got B. Not to get C. Not having got D. Haven’t got 37. ________ to the hospital, the badly injured woman was immediately operated on so that she could be saved.

A. Rushing B. Rushed C. Having rushed C. To be rushed 38. ____ arouses his interest can be found in the school library and that is why he goes there _____ happens.

A. No matter what; whatever B. Whatever; no matter what C. Anything; no matter what D. Anything; whatever

39. -- How did your brother feel when he was told he had failed in the driving test again? --- No doubt, he _______

A. was down in the dumps B. got hot under the collar C. was over the moon D was on cloud nine 40. — Do you think I should join the singing group, Mary?

— ________ If I were in your shoes, I certainly would. A. None of your business. B. It depends. C. Why not? D. I don't think so. 二、完形填空

College is a big deal for American students as well as for Chinese students. During the college , any help, I promised that I would ask them.

, including my resume(履历my parents' advice was the essays. In writing and revising the essays, I needed feedback(反馈) from The essays are extremely important in college admissions. In a competitive pool of applicants, The admission officers have to read hundreds of essays a day; they are already of SAT , a straightforward writing style is refreshing to their eyes

as well as their minds. Essays were the key to my success in the admission game. I just wrote about In my main narrative-, I told the story of my American journey at the age of 14. During that time, I was not bogged down(陷入; instead, I looked Teresa and the memories it held.

dad is the person who has the greatest influence on me. Both provided details of my character. The essay about writing, which is titled, “I Shall Not Live in Vain” (__earned a lot of praise.

41. A. application B. admission C. competition D. preparation 42. A. come about B. bring about C. lead to D. add to 43. A. straight B. direct C. correct D. wrong 44. A. put B. turned C. found D. went 45. A. own B. timetable C. schedule D. way 46. A. next B. first C. only D. exact 47. A. someone B. no one C. everyone D. anyone 48. A. wrong B. perfect C. unwilling D. ready 49. A. similar B. difficult C. familiar D. challenging 50. A. up B. by C. for D. out 51. A. writing B. turning C. focusing D. working 52. A. fond B. tired C. proud D. afraid 53. A. However B. Yet C. Therefore D. Instead 54. A. had better B. feel like C. would rather D. would like 55. A. passage B. advice C. essay D. answer 56. A. environment B. family C. party D. atmosphere 57. A. name B. self C. sense D. plan 58. A. conducted B. explained C. remembered D. experienced 59. A. read B. inspired C. told D. written 60. A. as B. since C. for D. because 三、 阅读理解


Everyone agrees that all the creatures want happiness and are afraid of pain and grief. The question, however, is “What is real happiness?” The desire for happiness has no meaning without understanding the real nature of happiness.

Generally, ordinary beings consider sensual(感觉的) pleasures as happiness, and their actions are directed toward gaining these. According to them, searching for happiness means searching for pleasures of the senses. The question, “What is happiness?”, does not arise(出现) in their hearts, because in their hearts they think of a life full of sensual joys as a happy life.

Some thinkers say, “Happiness does not lie in the objects of enjoyment; happiness or unhappiness lies in the imagination.” To prove their belief they give examples like the following one. A man has a two-storey house. When he thinks of those who have a house with three storeys or more, he feels lie in possessions(占有物), but in the imagination. They advise people to take inspiration from those


who have few possessions but are quite happy. If you only consider people wealthier than yourself, you will always be unhappy.

If you want to be happy, they say, look at the poor. But it is unreasonable to hold that happiness lies in the imagination. And it is inappropriate to think that someone is happy if he only imagines himself better than the poor and the unhappy. This attitude also satisfies the sense of pride of possession. This can never be called happiness. Unless we find out where happiness lies, we cannot really become happy.

Some ask people to do this or that, and say, “This way your desires will be satisfied. That way you will get what you want and become happy.” People holding these views regard happiness as satisfaction of desires and unhappiness as denial(否定) of such satisfaction. 61. What kind of life can make common people feel happy? A. Life without pain and grief. B. Life full of sensual pleasures.

C. Life with desire for possessions. D. Life full of imagination. 62. The underlined word “cottage” in Paragraph 3 probably refers to ________. A. a house in one’s imagination B. a modern building C. a desired object D. a small house 63. The author may agree that ________.

A. by comparing themselves with the poor, people will feel happyB. people won’t feel happy without a desire for happiness C. possessing wealth may lead to a sense of pride

D. people have to experience pain and grief before finding happiness 64. The best title for this passage would be “________”. A. What Is Happiness? B. How to Get Happiness C. Happiness and Desire D. Happiness and Imagination


For the past two years, 8-year-old Harli Jordean from Stoke Newington, London, has been selling marbles(弹珠).His successful marble company, Marble King, sells all things marble-related—from affordable tubs of the glass playthings to significantly expensive items like Duke of York solitaire(独粒宝石)tables—sourced, purchased and processed by the mini-CEO himself.

“I like having my own company. I like being the boss,” Harli told The Mirror.

With profits now in the thousands, “the world's youngest CEO” has had to get his mother and older brothers to help him meet the growing demand.

Harli launched Marble King after swapping(交换)marbles at school led to schoolchildren depleting(削减) his marble collection. Yes, he literally(确切地)“lost his marbles.” Harli and his mother, Tina, turned to the Internet to find replacements.

Harli saw an empty space online: the marbles he wanted were hard to find. Within months, Harli had his own marble-selling website and orders started pouring in.

Tina says her son's obsession(迷恋) with marbles started when he was just 6.

“His obsession became so big we started calling him the Marble King, so when he wanted to set up a website it was the natural name for it,” she told The Sun.

“I never thought it would become so popular—we are struggling to cope with the number of orders at times.”

The 8-year-old boy has his sights set on expanding his business and launching his own brand of marbles.

“Sometimes his ideas are so grand we have to Britain's biggest marble shop and open stores around the world.” Tina told The Daily Mail.

“At the minute he is annoying me by asking about creating his won Marble King marbles, so that could well be the next step for him.”

65. Why did Harli's marble company become popular as soon as he launched it?

A. Because it was run by “the world's youngest CEO”. B. Because it filled the gaps of marble business.

C. Because Harli was fascinated with marble collection. D. Because his mother and brothers helped him a lot. 66. How many mass media are mentioned in the passage?

A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.

67. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined expression “scale back”?

A. make smaller B. carry out C. turn down D. frighten away 68. What message do the last two paragraphs carry?

A. Conflicts often occur between Harli Jordean and his family.

B. Harli's mother and brothers are worried about Marble King's future.

C. Marble King marbles will be more popular with marble fans around the world. D. The “Marble King” has great ambitions for his Marble King Company.


A speech is a wonderful opportunity to inform, persuade or entertain. The best speeches often take on a combination of all three of these components(组成部分). However, before you can go about the writing of a great speech, it is important to set goals. Goals keep you,your speech and your audience focused.

What a goal is

In the context of a speech, a goal is the purpose of the speech, and what it hopes to accomplish. For example, the goal of a eulogy(颂歌) might be to celebrate the life of a loved one. The goal of a speech at a political gathering would be to inform the crowd about the political position of a candidate and persuade them to vote and campaign for the candidate in question(正被讨论的).

Why a goal is important

Without a goal, a speech is without direction. The goal informs the structure and content of the speech. For example, if a speech's goal is to convince people that smoking is bad for them, the speech will be structured with persuasive arguments to back up the goal. A speech with a goal of informing the audience will keep the information fair and factual.

A goal is incredibly important to the speech's ability to connect with an audience. If the speaker is unaware of the goal of the speech, the audience will likely be unaware as well. This severely reduces the effectiveness of the message.

Aside from informing the audience of the content and structure, a speech's goal drives the speaker to greater heights. If a speaker is asked to speak on a specific subject, but never establishes the goal, they won't know where to start in the research, organizing and writing of the speech.


If you have been charged with(被委以) delivering a speech, establishing a goal can seem difficult at first. There are several things to take into consideration. First, think about who you will be speaking to. The demographic(人口统计) of your audience will likely determine whether you will be


able to persuade them, or whether they will be able to sit through(一直坐到……结束). Second, think about the topic itself. If the topic is something controversial(有争议的), it may worth your while to consider an informative approach to present both sides of the issue. Finally, consider your resources. A speech with an informative or persuasive goal usually requires a great deal of research, and sometimes takes more time to write.

69. According to the passage, what three components does the best speech combine? A. Informing, delivering and entertaining. B. Informing, persuading and entertaining. C. Informing, writing and delivering. D. Informing, writing and persuading.

70. The goal of a speech at a political gathering might be ________. A. to persuade the audience to vote for a candidate B. to celebrate the life of a person you admire C. to entertain the audience with humor and magic D. to persuade the audience to buy new products

71. All the following indicate the importance of a speech goal EXCEPT that ________. A. a speech will lose its direction without a goal

B. a speech goal can help keep the audience aware of the speech

C. a speech goal can help the speaker know about the research, organizing and writing D. a speech goal makes it possible for the speaker to achieve whatever he wants in life 72. Which of the following can be filled into the blank as the subtitle for the last paragraph? A. How to achieve a speech goal B. How to deliver a difficult speechC. What to consider to establish a goal D. What to consider to deliver a speech


Once when I was six years old I saw an amazing picture in a book called True Stories from Nature about the primeval(原始的)forest. It was a picture of a boa constrictor(大蟒蛇) in the act of swallowing an animal. In the book it said:“Boa constrictors swallow their prey whole without chewing(嚼)it. After that they are not able to move and they sleep through the six months that they need for digestion(消化).”

I thought deeply then over the adventures of the jungle. And after some work with a colored pencil I succeeded in making my first drawing. My Drawing Number One. I showed my work to the grown-ups and asked them whether the drawing frightened them. But they answered:“Frighten? Why should anyone be frightened by a hat?”

My drawing was not a picture of a hat. It was a picture of a boa constrictor digesting an elephant. But since the grown-ups were not able to understand it, I made another drawing. I drew the inside of the boa constrictor so that the grown-ups could see it clearly. They always need to have things explained. That's my Drawing Number Two.

The grown-ups' response this time was to advise me to lay aside my drawings of ba constrictors whether from the inside or the outside and devote myself instead to geography, history, arithmetic and grammar. That is why at the age of six I gave up what might have been a great painter. I had been never understand anything by themselves and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them.

So then I chose another profession(职业) and learned to pilot airplanes. I have flown a little over all parts of the world; and it is true that geography has been very useful to me. At a glance I can distinguish China from Arizona. If one gets lost in the night, such knowledge is valuable.

In the course of this life I have had lots of chances to meet with a great many people. And that hasn't much improved my opinion of them. Whenever I met one of them who seemed to me at all clear-sighted, I tried showing him my Drawing Number One which I have always kept. I would try to find out if this was a person of true understanding. But whoever it was, he or she would always say: That is a hat. Then I would never talk to that person about boa constrictors or primeval forests or stars. I would bring myself down to his level. I would talk to him about bridge and golf and politics and neckties. And the grown-up would be greatly pleased to have met such an intelligent man. 73. The writer drew his first picture in order to ________. A. show the grown-ups what the book was about B. frighten the grown-ups trying to enter the forest C. remind himself of the adventures of the jungle

D. illustrate(说明)a boa constrictor's act of digesting an animal

74. How did the writer understand the grown-ups' response to his second drawing? A. He was actually only good at academic study. B. It was a waste of time for him to keep on drawing. C. He had difficulty in communicating with the adults. D. He was good at anything but geography.

A. discouraged B. dissatisfied C. discovered D. disturbed 四、单词拼写

76. When we moved to France, the children a_______________ to the change very well.

77. In fact, some officials not only “steal vegetables” at work, but also a_____________ themselves by playing poker and mahjong.

78. The twin sisters look so much alike. I can hardly tell them ________________(分开) 79. Scientists are trying their best to find e__________ ways to prevent people from suffering from SARS.

80. We will have robots and computers to a____________ us with the things that are very boring. 81. The very genes that make crops ___________( 有抵抗力的)to pests and disease could be harmful to animals.

82. Sang Lan was rushed to a top hospital in New York and specialists from many parts of the world said that because of her severe i_________________, she would never walk again.

83. We believe that the efforts to protect the Yangtze River will be _______________(感激)for years

to come by future generations.

84. The waste the factories create goes into the _____________(大气)and make us sick. 85. Some people consider that cloning human embryos with the ___________(意图)of destroying them shows no respect for human life.


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