( ( ( ( (
( A. 随身携带 B. 购买 C. 带回家 D. 托运
( )7. He didn’t A. 付出 B. 偿还 C. 注意 D. 吸引
( A. 中心 B. 入口 C. 前门 D. 外面
( A. 幸福的 B. 贫困的 C. 安宁的 D. 艰苦的
( A. 纪念 B. 表敬意 C. 承认 D. 赞扬
( A. 事实上 B. 结果是 C. 无论怎样 D. 意外地是
( A. 仅仅 B. 简单 C. 不但 D. 肯定
( A. 钢琴 B. 小提琴 C. 吉他 D. 手风琴
( )14. Though he failed many times, he still didn’t
A. 放弃 B. 灰心 C. 失望 D. 醒悟
( A. 信心 B. 野心 C. 兴趣 D. 利益
16.—Must I fix the machine now?
—No, you _______. There’s no hurry.
A. mustn’t B. needn’t C. shouldn’t D. couldn’t
17. “I can’t find my umbrella.”
“You ________it in the office.”
A. must have forgotten
C. must leave B. must have left D. must forget
18.I’ll go to meet you if I ________ free then.
A. will be B. would be C. am D. was
19.___________________ since 1982.
A. Great changes have taken place in China.
B. China has taken place great changes
C. Great changes have been taken place in China
D. China changed a lot
20.She _______ cleaning when I passed by her house.
A. did B. does C. is doing D. was doing
21.I _________ of her since she left school three years ago.
A. didn’t hear B. haven’t heard C. was not hearing D. shall not hear
22.By the end of last term we ________ English for two years.
A. have studied B. have been studied C. would study D. had studied
23.We were all surprised when he made it clear that he _____ office soon.
A. will leave B. would leave C. left D. had left
24.You ________ by a policeman if you drive that way.
A. are stopped B. stop C. stopped D. will be stopped
25.In some parts of the world, tea ________ with milk and sugar.
A. is serving B. is served C. serves D. served
It was Monday morning. Edna left home early that day because she was going to start work at an office in the city. She was only sixteen and this was her first . There were a lot of at the bus-stop and she nearly took a taxi was passing; but afterwards she was glad that she waited for the . The traffic was so dense even if she had taken in taxi, she would not have arrived much . As it was, she was only a few minutes late.
She caught the lift to the eighth floor and went along to the office she had been interviewed by Mr. Crump two weeks . This was the man she was going to for. She tapped on the door and waited, there was no reply. Just then she heard the sound of someone’s voice from the next office. She opened the door and looked . There was Mr. Crump, to the people in the office an angry voice. Then he turned round and the room.
Later in the day, Edna found out had happened. Apparently Mr. Crump came to the office as rule about nine-thirty, he lived a long way out in the country and came up train every day. That morning, however, he happened to an earlier train, and when he arrived in the , not a single person was working. They were all standing around, smoking, chatting and telling jokes.
26. A. work B. job C. office D. home
27. A. buses B. taxis C. crowds D. people
28. A. which B. while C. when D. where
29. A. bus B. taxi C. traffic D. people
30. A. as to B. as C. in order that D. that
31. A. early B. earlier C. late D. later
32. A. along B. out C. up D. down
33. A. where B. how C. because D. if
34. A. early B. late C. ago D. before
35. A. look B. work C. wait D. care
36. A. and B. so C. but D. or
37. A. in B. out C. through D. over
38. A. talking B. telling C. speaking D. saying
39. A. with B. through C. over D. in
40. A. entered B. left C. opened D. closed
41. A. it B. that C. why D. what
42. A. if B. because C. though D. so
43. A. by B. in C. on D. with
44. A. take B. catch C. sit D. see
45. A. station B. train C. office D. county
Motor cars were first made in England just before 1900. The parts for the bodies and engines were hand made and the cars were built from these. One at a time. This took a long time, and the cars cost a lot of money. Then a quicker and cheaper way of making cars was found. Instead of making all the parts at their own works. Some car factories asked other factories to make some of them. All the parts were then fitted together in the car factories.
Modern car-making factories are so large that each one is really a lot of factories close together. Each workshop makes some parts. The pieces of a car body are joined together by welders(电焊工) . All the bits and pieces that make up each car are collected and put ready for the assembly line(装配线) , where they are fitted together.
46. The first motor cars were probably made by______.
A. Europeans B. the Whites C. the Blacks D. the English
47. Over 100 year ago, people had to spend a long time on motor cars as______.
A. new ways of making them were just found then
B. the parts of the bodies and engines were made by hand.
C. all the parts of them were made at their own factories
D. both B and C
48. A quicker and cheaper way of making motor cars was______.
A. found in 1900
B. that all parts of motor cars were no longer made by hand
C. the one that they should be made in a large car factories
D. the different parts of motor cars were produced in different works
49."Modern car-making factories" means "______"
A. the factories which modern cars are making at
B. the factories where cars are made by modern workers
C. the new factories at which cars are being made
D. the factories where modern cars are made
50. The best title for this passage might be______.
A. Motor Cars B. The Assembly Line.
C. Modern Factories D. Quicker and Cheaper Cars
When someone says, "well, 1 guess I will have to face the music. It does not mean he is planning to go to a concert. It is something far less pleasant like being called in by your boss to explain why you did this and did that, and why you did not do this or that. Terrible music indeed, but it has to be faced. At some time or another, every one of us had to "face the music", especially as children. We can all remember father's angry voice, "I want to talk to you!" and only because we did not obey him. What an unpleasant business it was!
The phrase "to face the music" is familiar to every American, young or old. It is at least 100 years old. Where did the expression come from?
The first explanation comes from the American novelist James Penimore Cooper. He said in 1851 that the expression was first used by actors while waiting in the wings (舞台两侧) to go on stage (_舞台). When they got their cue (提示) to go on, they often said, "Well, it's time to go to face the music." And that is exactly what they did face the orchestra (管弦乐队) which was just below the stage.
51. The passage mainly tell us______.
A. what the phrase ' to face the music ' means
B. when the phrase "to face the music" came into being
C. how the phrase "to face the music" developed in its own way
D. all the above
52. A person has to face the music especially as he is______.
A. a child B. a young man C. a grown-up D. a player
53.______used the phrase "to face the music" for the first time.
A. Actors B. Cooper C. The boss D. The director
54. Which of the following statements is wrong?
A. To face the music is usually an unpleasant thing.
B. The original meaning of the phrase 'to face the music ' is to face the orchestra.
C.T he phrase "to face the music has been used for more than one century.
D. The actor stayed on the stage to enjoy the music.
55. According to the passage the connotation (SIX) of the phrase "to face the music" is____
A. to go to the concert B. to listen to the music
C. to go through something unpleasant D. to stand in front of the stage
56.Last month there were much fewer road __________（事故）than before .
57.Most of the money used today is made of metal or paper, but in __________(古代的) time people used all kinds of things as money.
58.No one in the village knows _____________( 准确地) who the old lady is.
59.The doctor told him to _________（戒）smoking ,but he found it very hard to do so .
60.It was already dark when we _____________(动身) for the next town .
61.There are a lot of flowers_________________ (在中市心的那条路的两边)。
62. _____________________________(如果明天天气好), we’ll go shopping.
63.How much time do you ______________________________________(每天花在读书上)？
64.His parents told him ___________________________________________(不要在村前的湖里游泳)。
65.All the office workers have to sign their names in a book_______________(当他们每天早晨到达办公室的时候)。
1-5 DBACA 6-10 ACBAD 11-15 AABBC
16-20 BBCAD 21-25 BDBDB
46-50 DDDDA 51-55 DAADC
56.accidents 57.ancient 58.exactly 59.give up 60.left
61.on both sides of the roads in the centre of the city
62.If the weather is fine 63.spend in reading 64.not to swim in the lake in front of the village
65.when they get to the office every morning