英 语 试 题
1. —Ken, ______, but your radio is going too loud． —Oh, I'm sorry．I'll turn it down right now．
A．I hate to say it B．It doesn't hurt to ask C．I'm really tired of it D．I'm crazy about it 2. In order to put an end to poverty, the World Bank has switched its ______ to providing technical assistance
and long-term loans to developing countries．
A．concern B．process C．struggle D．focus
3. The successful launch of Tiangong-1 on Sept. 29th _________ a significant step in China’s plan to build a
A．signaled B．marked C．signed D．proved
4.The female astronaut Wang Yaping,who delivered a lecture to students on Earth from Tiangong-1,is really a_________throughout the world.
A..hunt B..hit C..hut D..hat 5. As we all know, there is no very easy __________ to physics.
A. manner B. way C. method D. approach 6. I don’t think these curtains __________ very well with the wallpaper. A. suit B. fit C. match D. go 7. It is our wish to make our products __________ to the world market.
A. available B. ready C. provided D. obtained
8. The test paper usually __________ two parts, objective items and subjective ones. A. consists of B. makes up C. composed of D. forms 9. Jack is considered to be a lively boy, always full of __________ spirits. A. excellent B. good C. bright D. high
10. Some foreigners may sometimes __________ the given name of a Chinese for his family name because they don’t know the order of Chinese names is different.
A. take B. act C. regard D. permit
11. When the naughty boy was asked why he had not attended the meeting, he __________ an excuse. A. discovered B. invented C. developed D. produced 12. The baby was __________ asleep. Don’t wake him up.
A. soundly B. fast C. deeply D. over
13. He wrote a lot of novels, none of _____ translated into a foreign language. A. them B. which C . it D. what 14. No matter what she does, she will spare no __________ to do it well. A. efforts B. effects C. affects D. energy 15. The young poet would like to show off on every __________.
A. time B. occasion C. situation D. surrounding
16. We can go to Pudong through the newly-built __________ under the Huangpu River. A. canal B. channel C. tunnel D. street 17. He transplanted the little tree to the garden _____ it was the best time for it. A. where B. when C. that D. until
18. In England factory holidays come __________ in the period between mid-July and mid-August. A. almost B. most C. nearly D. mostly
19. I am only too __________ to help you.
A. ready B. prepared C. pleasant D. certain
20. His face turned white when he __________ his pocket for money. There was nothing but a coin left in it. A. touched B. found C. looked D. felt 21. – Would you invite Rose to your party?
-- To tell the truth, she is the __________ person I would invite. As you know, she has cheated me for
A. last B. latest C. late D. later 22. Why do you think people take the __________ to conquer space?
A. disturbance B. bother C. difficulty D. trouble
23. Is is believed that there are several reasons why married couples grow __________. A. like B. likely C. liking D. alike 24. It took her years before she got in __________ with her lost daughter. A. contrast B. contact C. content D. contest
25. They also sell man-made bones for pets to chew on so as to __________ good teeth. A. remain B. stay C. form D. maintain 26. ---Do you drink?
----______. It’s years since I drank.
A Yes, I do B.Not too much C. No, I don’t D.A lot 27. ---How do you find you missing pen? ----Wow.______ .
A .It writes well B..Quite by chance
C. It lies in my drawer D.It was kept by my grandfather
28. --- Mr. Black, this is our language lab. Would you like to go in and have a look? ----OK, ______!
A Help yourself B.This way, please C. Follow me D.After you 29. ---Waiter, ______?
----Wait a minute, sir. That’s $80 altogether
A. would you charge me B..how much did we eat
C. may I have the bill, please D..would you take the money
30. ---Have you heard that Faye Wong is to perform in Taizhou Grand Theatre next month? ---Of course. All her fans are _____ at the exciting news.
A. green with envy B. feeling blue C. over the moon D.hot under the collar 31. ---You must find such long hours very tiring. ----_______ .I enjoyed it
A .After all B..Not in the least C. Never mind D.That’s all right 32..---- _______?
----That would be great !Please drop me off at the library
A. could you bring me the bill B. would you like me to give you a lift
C. Could you tell me the postcode for D. would you like to have my e-mail address 33 — Artistic people can be very difficult sometimes. — Well, you married one. ________ .
A. You name it B. I’ve got it C. I can’t agree more D. You should know 34. Their bright eyes and smiling faces ________ that they were very excited.
A. afforded B. conveyed C. shaped D. functioned 35. Tom read this poem; his voice was quiet but every word was ______. A. distinct B. acute C. apparent D. elegant 36. It was believed that things would get worse, but _____ it is they are getting better.
A. before B. after C. because . D as
37. -- Explain why you have always been late for the past two weeks.
Every day I come to the corner, a guidepost ______ "School -- Go Slow".
A.saying B. says C. will say D. had said
38. When he realized the police had seen him, the man ____ the exit as quickly as possible.
A、made up B、made for C、made out D、made off
39. The new supermarket announced that the first to purchase goods on the opening day ______ get a big
prize. A. must B. will C. shall D. need 40. . He is only too ready to help others, seldom, ____, refusing them when they turn to him. A. if never B. if ever C. if not D. if any 41. I've just seen no more than one copy of" Gone with the Wind"in the bookshop opposite. Tom, go and buy______ back. A. one B. any C. it D. some
42. — We want someone to design the new art museum for us.
— ________ the young fellow have a try?
A. May B. Shall C. Will D. Need 43. I spent the whole day repairing the motorbike. The work was ________easy. A. nothing but B. anything but C. something D. all except
44. I know nothing about the match ________ I read in the newspaper.
A. besides B. expect C. except that D. except what
45. — I'm not the man ________the phone. She asked for Henry. — I'm sorry I was mistaken. A. called on B. calling over C. wanted on D. rung up on
46. The step you have taken is ________ much risk（冒险）.
A. one of B. the one of C. the one D. that one
47. . He ran as fast as he could _____ to catch the bus. A. hope B. to hope C. hoping D. hoped 48. As soon as I entered Evan's company I saw a board ________"________ to Evans".
A. reads; Welcomed B. written; to Welcome C. reading; Welcome D. printed
49. The two ladies are ________ the same age, but there seems to be ten years ________ them.
A. at, between B. about, among C. as, among D. of, between 50. — Have you read this book? — Yes. But that one is ________ worth reading.
A. best B. more C. better D. much
When I was 8, a gentleman came to my orphanage（孤儿院）and taught us how to do woodworking
I remember my first project—a small table. I was so of it that I looked upon it as if I had created
a(an) . It was absolutely beautiful and it had taken me six weeks to it. I could hardly wait to
give it to Mother Winters as a . She was the head mistress of our orphanage, who was always with us.
As the tables were not dry from the clear coating, the man told us to wait a few days before taking them
to our dormitories. But I was just so and happy that I couldn’t wait. I dashed out like a carrying my table, smiling from ear to ear.
When I reached the dormitory I placed the little table beside my bed. I was it when Mother
Winters entered. She walked over to the table. Running her hand it, she noticed that it was still wet. ―Were you to bring this home?‖ she asked. ―No, ma’am,‖ I with my head down.
She ordered me to throw the table out and so I did. After she left, I immediately opened the door to get it back. There was stuck all over. I brushed and cried, but it would not come off.
I hid the table in my closet and never it. A year later while cleaning up, I gave the table to Mother Henderson, my houseparent（宿管员）, thinking that she would it away. Thirty years later at a reunion, I that Mother Henderson was living nearby, so I drove up to see her. We talked cheerfully for long. As I was about to leave, she asked me to come down to her to get something important. I followed her into a dark corner. She picked something up. she
turned around, I could see that she was holding a little table. Mother Henderson kept the little table that I had given up for lost so long ago.
Today, I look at that table with bittersweet memories but full of to Mother Henderson, who kept it for a young orphan who tried very hard to
51. A. tired B. ashamed C. proud D. aware 52. A. award B. wonder C. record D. product 53. A. design B. invent C. paint D. complete
54. A. gift B. reward C. prize D. souvenir 55. A. satisfied B. strict C. patient D. angry 56. A. upset B. amazed C. confident D. excited
57. A. thief B. hero C. sword D. flash
58. A. drying B. observing C. admiring D. hiding 59. A. into B. across C. above D. after 60. A. supposed B. embarrassed C. encouraged D. determined 61. A. agreed B. sighed C. whispered D. argued 62. A. dirt B. glue C. paint D. wood 63. A. removed B. touched C. shook D. split 64. A. put B. give C. take D. throw
65. A. learned B. expected C. remembered D. recommended 66. A. bathroom B. balcony C. basement D. bedroom 67. A. curiously B. unwillingly C. doubtfully D. worriedly 68. A. Before B. Since C. As D. Until 69. A. admiration B. gratitude C. sympathy D. regret 70. A. adapt
B. study C. perform D. please 三、阅读理解（共25题，满分50分） A I feel kind of bad for my kids． Because of my husband's job, we have never had time to go to places like the pool or the beach together this summer．I've got a lot more comfortable with talking them to other places but taking them both to water still scares me a lot． At six years old Cameron can hardly swim．Sure, he has got all the confidence in the world but he's
lacking in skills． He loves the water and has confidence; in my book that's a sign of disaster． Poor little Logan will be four years old and is just now taking his first swim lessons．
I think that my own inability to swim has made it OK for me not to get the kids swimming． The best I can do is to keep myself alive until help comes, but I know the basics． I guess if it meant saving one of the boys I could probably make it．
As the boys can't swim, I think this will be the summer when they learn．In the past four weeks both of the boys have been taking swim lessons． Monday through Thursday, I spend an hour or so watching them learn how to avoid drowning． ．
I have to give them both credit; they have improved ten - fold in the short amount of time． Cameron can actually swim． He doesn't have the endurance yet and the facts show that he has to work harder than the other kids but he's getting it． Logan cried for the first few lessons and really wanted nothing to do with swimming, He is not as confident as his older brother but he is getting more comfortable in the water． For a kid who has hardly spent any time in water outside of the bathtub, he is doing an amazing job． 71． A．the writer 18 out of work B．the writer cannot look after two kids C．the writer's husband is busy D．the writer has an unhappy family
72． What does Cameron think of swimming? A．He doesn't like swimming at all． B．He is overly confident about swimming． C．He expects to swim in summer the most． D．He thinks it's the best way to exercise．
73．What do we know about the writer’ swimming skills? A．The writer is a great swimmer． B．The writer can only swim slowly． C．The writer doesn't know anything about swimming． D．The writer can't swim very well．
74． How long do the children have swim lessons every week? A．For about an hour． B． For about seven hours． C．For about four hours． D．For about eight hours． 75． A．the benefits of swimming B．the children's progress in swimming C．the children's attitudes to swimming D．the difficulties of swimming
Millions of people are using cell phones today．In many places it is actually considered unusual not to use one．In many countries, cell phones are very popular with young people．They find that the phones are more than a means of communication—having a mobile phone shows that they are cool and connected．
The explosions around the world in mobile phone use make some health professional worried．Some doctors are concerned that in the future many people may suffer health problems from the use of mobile phones．In England, there has been a serous debate about this issue．Mobile phone companies are worried about the negative publicity of such ideas．They say that there is no proof that mobile phones are bad for your health．
On the other hand, why do some medical studies show changes in the brain cells of some people who use equipment．In one case, a traveling salesman had to retire at a young age because of serious memory loss．He couldn’t remember even simple tasks．He would often forget the name of his own son．This man used to talk on his mobile phone for about six hours a day, every day of his working week, for a couple of years．His family doctor blamed his mobile phone use, but his employer’s doctor didn’t agree．
What is it that makes mobile phones potentially harmful? The answer is radiation．High-tech machines can detect very small amounts of radiation from mobile phones．Mobile phone companies agree that there is some radiation, but they say the amount is too small to worry about．
As the discussion about their safety continues, it appears that it’s best to use mobile phones less often．Use your regular phone if you want to talk for a long time．Use your mobile phone only when you really need it．Mobile phones can be very useful and convenient, especially in emergencies．In the future, mobile phones may have a warning label that says they are bad for your health．So for now, it’s wise not to use your mobile phone too often .
76．People buy cell phones for the following reasons except that ． A．they’re popular B．they’re convenient C．they’re useful D．they’re cheap 77．The world ―detected‖ in paragraph 3 could be best replaced by A．discovered B．removed C．cured D．caused 78． ． A．he disliked using mobile phones B．he couldn’t remember simple tasks C．he was tired of talking on his mobile phone D．his employer’s doctor persuaded him to
79．． A deny the existence of mobile phone radiation B．develop new technology to reduce mobile phone radiation C．hold that the amount of radiation is too small to worry about D．try to prove that mobile phones are not harmful to health
80．The writer’s purpose of writing this article is to advise people A ．to buy mobile phones B．to use mobile phones less often C．to update regular phones D．to stop using mobile phones
A survey was conducted in Shanghai where interviewees were asked if they wanted to be a factory
worker．One percent of all people interviewed said "YES．" Wang Hongjun, a technician, said "YES" , raising his voice for dramatic effect．But I can tell you, only a small part of that l percent are telling the truth．
I' ve met colorful people like Wang all over China．They are cynical （玩世不恭的）yet warmhearted, plain spoken but smart．And many of them are confined （局限于）to work in factories． Wang is a top technician but also represents manual factory workers, who are China's most important natural resource．Their energy powering China's economic boom, and their muscle is turning the wheel of the world’s factory．
But does their unskilled labor give their life meaning? At school, did they tell their friends：―When I grow up I want to work in a factory making socks?‖ Did you?
Factory work has always been a stepping－stone from farm life to the city and a modern life．It's been happening for centuries, but today, with our space－age technology, it's outdated．Earning l,200 yuan （$ 169）per month working in a factory is better than that on a farm, but as Wang points out, it's not a dream career．There should be better ways to earn your rice．
Many modern factories no longer have production line workers．Robots do the assembly（装配）．People just do the monitoring．In this age of technology, in which China is now working smarter and not just harder, why are people still standing in production lines?
But life is cheap in China．So why not continue to exploit the low－cost labor situation and keep the economy growing fast? some entrepreneurs（企业家、创业者） may ask． But have these businessmen ever labored in a factory?
81．How many people surveyed really Like to be factory workers? A．One percent． B．Only a small part． C．Only a small part of that one percent． D．The writer didn't mention it． 82．Which is NOT the writer's opinion of factory workers? A．Cynical． B．Unimportant． C．Warmhearted． D．Plain spoken． 83．． A．difficult to get along with
B．humorous but serious C．cynical but warmhearted, plain spoken but smart D．full of energy but doesn't want to work hard
84．Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A．Factory workers make contributions to China's economic boom． B．Working in a factory is better than that on a farm．
C．Factory workers are satisfied with their living conditions． D．. 85．to begin the passage． A．a lot of figures B．many examples C．some dialogue D．the result of a survey
Everyone could make impulse and buy something unnecessary．Then how to avoid it'? The best way is to just keep your hands away from tempting products．According to new research, individuals who touch possible items in stores are more likely to have an increased desire to purchase them than those who keep their hands off the products．
Suzanne Shu and Joann Peck, marketing professors at the University of Wisconsin's business school conducted studies on the connection between touch and feelings of ownership and the effect of perceived（感觉）ownership on the value placed on an object． For one of the experiments, the experts placed two products, a Slinky toy and a coffee mug（杯子）in front of the volunteers who were undergraduate students．About half of the participants were allowed to touch the products, while the other half were asked not to touch them, The volunteers then were asked to express their sense of ownership of the products and to report, how much money they were willing to pay for each． The results showed that those students who were allowed to touch the objects reported significant increased levels of perceived ownership．They also expressed a desire to pay more money to obtain the products．
The investigators also discovered that a sense of very pleasant feelings when touching products, determined how much money consumers were willing to pay．However, if the object did riot feel pleasant to the touch, it significantly decreased the amount the buyers were willing to pay．
Researchers said that many stores have already followed the right path．But what can be done while shopping online, when touching of an item is not possible? In this case, the experts say, just picturing in mind that they are touching it and then owning it, will cause greater feelings of ownership, and thus the consumers will be more likely to make a purchase．
When you touch an object, you immediately feel some kind of a connection to it, according to the researchers. That connection stirs up（唤起）an emotional reaction. And that emotion can make people buy Something they would never even consider buying if they had not touched it． 86．How does the author develop the text ? A．By drawing a conclusion through research． B．By providing typical examples． C．By comparing opinions from different fields． D．By presenting n cause and analyzing its effects． 87．Which of the following was found in the research? A．Shoppers cannot resist the temptation when they meet things they like． B．If you are not to spend money, it's less possible for you to touch the product． C．Touching a product affects the customer' s feelings of desire for it． D．The longer you touch the goods, the more desire you have to own them. 88．What would happen to them when people do online shopping?
A．They will particularly want to touch the products advertised on the Internet
B．They just imagine its ownership and simply evaluate the objects in their minds C．they desire to possess it and do not care how much money they would pay
D．People's imaginable ownership resulted in greatly higher valuations of the products 89． A．stores have used, the method of allowing customers to touch products B．a Slinky toy and a coffee mug were used to attract the participants' attention
C．people won't buy the items if they don't like them even if they've touched them
D．differences lie between the students who touched the products and those who did not 90．What led the researchers to conduct this study? A．To satisfy customers' social needs when shopping． B．To illustrate the connection between touch and feelings of ownership． C．To share their good ideas about 8voiding impulsive consumption． D．To develop．marketing strategies for trade companies．
Michelle Obama made a daring decision to return to the same designer who created her Inaugural (就职）Ball dress four years ago --- and the risk paid off.
The First Lady looked extremely attractive in a thin, sweeping, and ruby-colored dress by designer Jason Wu. She teamed the dramatic dress with heels by Jimmy Choo and a diamond ring by Kimberly McDonald.
She surprised the fashion establishment by returning to a Wu design which had been the custom made for her.
Four years ago at her first Inauguration Ball, Michelle shimmered（熠熠生辉）in an off-white, one-shouldered floor-length dress by the designer.
Wu, who was 26 at the time and had only been working in fashion for three years, saw his career take off after the First Lady's surprise decision to wear one of his dresses.
He said at the time that he was unaware she had chosen the dress and had been watching at home on his couch and eating pizza when she appeared.
After her 2013 decision, Wu told Women's Wear Daily: ―Mrs Obama likes to keep her secrets. She fooled me again.‖
Wu released a women's clothing and accessories（装饰品）collection at Target last year and continues to be popular with the First Lady for official engagements.
The sleeveless, cross-halter neck dress with low-cut back flattered（突出）49-year-old Michelle's arms and neat waist.
It had been created especially for her by Wu and was a departure from the dark and plain colour tone she stuck to at earlier inauguration events.
Mrs Obama's new hairstyle -- she had bangs（美发沙龙）cut on her birthday last week had been loosely tousled（蓬松的）for the special night.
Vice-President Joe Biden's wife Jill also looked attractive in a blue silk dress by Vera Wang at the Inauguration Ball.
91. What does the passage mainly talk about？
A. Michelle Obama’s inaugural ball dress. B. Wu, a great designer.
C. The First Lady’s secrets. D. Mrs Obama’s 2013 decision. 92. Michelle Obama’s brave decision proved to be a_________.
A. risk B. danger C. Surprise D. success 93. According to the passage, which of the following is correct?
A. Mrs Obama’s inaugural dresses were made by the same designer.
B. Joe Biden’s wife Jill also had her dress created by Wu.
C. The colour tone at Michelle’s earlier inaugural events was not satifactory.
D. Mrs Obama had straight forehead hair as her new hairstyle for the special night. 94. Which of the following best describes Jason Wu?
A. Daring and gifted. B. Unusual and cautious. C. Careful and brave. D. Talented and lucky. 95. From the 6th and 7th paragraphs we know that________.
A. Wu was aware that Mrs Obama had chosen his work again B. Wu didn’t know Mrs Obama had chosen his creation again. C. Mrs Obama told Wu to give away her secrets D. Mrs Obama should have told Wu the truth
 More than 40 million Americans move each year, but not always by choice. Whether you relocate because of a new job or school for you or your spouse, for a lower cost of living, or for better opportunities, adjusting to life in a new place can be scary and difficult—especially when you’re not in love with your new city. Here are some tips on how to make the most of your relocation and find happiness in your new home.
 Treat it as an adventure
Living in a new place is a great opportunity to experience new things and to grow as a person. So stay positive, and get out there and explore! Sample the local cuisine. Visit landmarks and museums. Try local activities that weren’t available or popular in your former city, such as skiing if you came from a beach town or surfing if you lived in the mountains. You may discover a talent or interest you never knew you had.
 Get involved
Attend local events that interest you. Visit the weekly farmer’s market or the neighborhood yard sale.
Volunteer. Take a class. Join a sports league. All of these things will help you meet people and feel connected to your new town.
 Locate the necessities
Driving, riding, or walking around your new neighborhood is the best way to learn where everything is. So head out and take note of the nearest supermarket, pharmacy, post office, library, etc.
 Keep pieces of your old home
To keep from getting too homesick, subscribe to your former city magazine or newspaper. Display photos of or souvenirs from your favorite places in your old town. Hang decorations from your former home. Just don’t go overboard—hanging on to too much from your past will keep you from moving forward and really enjoying your new home.
takes time to get to know a new place, so don’t expect to feel comfortable right away. Give yourself time to adjust. To help the process and to meet new people, find a support group near you at Just Moved.org. 96. What does the passage mainly talk about? (no more than 15 words.)
97. What does the underlined word ―it‖ in the last paragraph refer to? (no more than 7 words)
98. According to the passage, what can you do to learn where everything is?( no more than 5 words) 79. Fill the blank with proper words. (no more than 5 words)
100. If you are a new comer, where to find a support group near you based on this passage? (no more than 3 words)