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  1.I will never forget               I saw during my visit to your country years ago.

  A) that              B) whether            C) what               D) when

  2. Tom is                have time playing football with his friends.

  A) too busy to       B) so busy that          C) such busy as to      D) so busy as to

  3. The weather is so              that we have to stay at home.

  A) terrible          B) agreeable           C) enjoyable           D) capable

  4. He asked me whether small oranges are sweeter than big              .

  A) those           B) one                C) that                D) ones

  5. I have two friends but              of them likes to go swimming with me.

  A) all             B) neither             C) both                D) either

  6. Don’t              the camera              unless you are sure you can put it together.

  A) take…off       B) take… out          C) take … on            D) take… apart

  7. The water in this river is unfit to drink              the pollution.

  A) because of      B) in terms of          C) instead of            D) in short of

  8. Children who are over-protected by their parents may become              .

  A) hurt           B) damaged           C) spoiled               D) harmed

  9. My alarm clock didn’t work this morning. If I              by the noise in the corridor, I might still be in bed now.

  A) would not have been awaked             B) hadn’t been awakened

  C) could have been awakened               D) were not awakened

  10. There are indications that the two sides will soon reach an              .

  A) approach             B) argument          C) agreement        D) ambition

  11. She put on the dress once again and wondered if she could have the sleeves              .

  A) shortening            B) be shortened       C) shorten           D) shortened

  12. Only two people              the fire that broke out at midnight.

  A) passed               B) survived           C) outlined         D) lasted

  13. Please              your name and address on the card.

  A) take over             B) fill in             C) find out          D) carry out

  14. China’ s coal industry is developing rapidly to meet the              of the country.

  A) needs               B) goods             C) goals            D) uses

  15. The top of the hill is              , but the trees have grown part way up its slope.

  A) empty              B) vacant             C) bare            D) blank

  16. He is              of a musician.

  A) anybody            B) something          C) anyone          D) one

  17. This test is for students              native language is not English.

  A) that               B) whose              C) of whom         D) which

  18. No tickets were              for the coming Saturday’s performance.

  A) possible           B) feasible             C) available         D) probable

  19. John knows everything              China. He has been working here for years.

  A) in               B) for                  C) about           D) at

  20. It was in 1989              I saw him for the first time.

  A) while            B) that                C) which            D) where

  21. She was so happy              she could not speak a word.

  A) since           B) when               C) that               D) because

  22. Tom has lost his pen, so I lend him one of              .

  A) me            B) mine                C) my               D) I

  23. If I              you, I wouldn’t stay here any longer.

  A) will be         B) was                 C) were             D) have been

  24. There is              ink in the bottle. Will you please buy me another bottle?

  A) few            B) little               C) a few             D) a little

  25. “What do you think of the English language?”

  “             my opinion it is not so easy to learn.”

  A) In                B) For               C) On               D) From

  26. Does it              much to have the washing-machine repaired?

  A) spend            B) pay               C) cost               D) have

  27. They went on working              the heavy rain.

  A) although         B) in spite of           C) even if            D) instead of

  28. If this air service is put into operation, passengers will spend three hours less in the air

  with the current flight and tickets will be much cheaper.

  A) compared        B) comparing          C) being compared     D) having compared

  29. Greg’s parents are worried about his exposure              the kind of people they don’t approve of while he’s at college.

  A) with             B) by                C) of                 D) to

  30. Smoking is a very unhealthy              .

  A) fashion           B) custom           C) manner            D) habit

  31. Since everyone would like to find an apartment near the university, there are very few

  apartments in the area.

  A) free               B) vacant           C) empty            D) reserved

  32. P.O.             Post Office or postal order.

  A) stands as          B) stands for         C) stands like        D) stands by

  33. The long-term              of an oil spill is the subject of much debate among scientists.

  A) affect            B) effort              C) effect           D) lessened

  34. It is the first time that she has been to the United States,             ?

  A) hasn’t she        B) isn’t it             C) has she           D) is it

  35.             advise him, you must take into account the time value of money.

  A) In order to        B) In addition to      C) With regard to       D) So as to

  36. I am glad you can come. I think you are the              person for the job.

  A) idea            B) real              C) fit                 D) ideal

  37.             its obvious economic success, Shanghai is reestablishing itself as one of the distinguished cultural centers.

  A) Because of       B) In honor of       C) In addition to        D) For the present

  38. Have you got the latest              of the magazine?

  A) issue             B) chapter           C) edition            D) publication

  39. This medical expert has developed a machine that can test cancer at an early              .

  A) form            B) stage             C) term              D) times

  40.             my interest in computers, I designed my own system for timekeeping and generating bills.

  A) Except for        B) Due to          C) On purpose         D) Regardless of

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  (1)

  How often one hears children wishing they were grown up, and old people wishing they were young again. Each age has its pleasures and its pains, and the happiest person is the one who enjoys what each age gives him without wasting his time in useless regrets.

  Childhood is a time when there are few responsibilities to make life difficult. If a child has good parents, he is fed, looked after and loved, whatever he may do. It is impossible that he will ever again in his life be given so much without having to do anything in return. In addition, life is always presenting new things to the child --- things that have lost their interest for older people because they are too well-known. But a child has his pains: he is not so free to do what he wishes to do; he is continually told not to do things, or being punished for what he has done wrong.

  When the young man starts to earn his own living, he can no longer expect others to pay for his food, his clothes, and his room, but has to work if he wants to live comfortably. If he spends most of his time playing about in the way that he used to as a child, he will go hungry. And if he breaks the laws of society as he used to break the laws of his parents, he may go to prison. If, however, he works hard, keeps out of trouble and has good health, he can have the great happiness of building up for himself his own position in society.

  41. According to Paragraph 2, the writer thinks that        .

  A) life for a child is comparatively easy

  B) a child is always loved whatever he does

  C) if much is given to a child, he must do something in return

  D) only children are interested in life

  42. After a child grows up, he         .

  A) will have little time playing

  B) has to be successful in finding a job

  C) can still ask for help in time of trouble

  D) should be able to take care of himself

  43. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?

  A) People are often satisfied with their life.

  B) Life is less interesting for old people.

  C) Adults are freer to do what they want to do.

  D) Adults should no longer rely on others.

  44. The main idea of the passage is           .

  A) life is not enjoyable since each age has some pains

  B) young men can have the greatest happiness if they work hard

  C) childhood is the most enjoyable time on one’s life

  D) one is the happiest if he can make good use of each age in his life

  45. The paragraph following the passage will most probably discuss           .

  A) examples of successful young men

  B) how to build one’s position in society

  C) joys and pains of old people

  D) what to do when one has problems in life

  (2)

  Few Americans stay in the same place for a lifetime. We move from town to city to suburb, from high school to college in a different state, from a job in one region to a better job elsewhere, from the home where we raise our children to the home where we plan to live in retirement. With each move we are forever making new friends, who become part of our new life at that time.

  For many of us, summer is a special time for making new friendships. Today millions of Americans vacation abroad, and they go not only to see new sights but also --- in these places where they do feel rather strange --- with the hope of meeting new people. No one really expects a vacation trip to produce a close friend. But the beginning of a friendship is possible.

  But as we use the word, “friend” can be applied to a wide range of relationships --- to someone who has been known for a few weeks in a new place, to a fellow worker, to a childhood playmate, to a man or woman. There are real differences among these relations for Americans --- a friendship may be superficial, casual, situational, or deep and enduring. But to a European who sees only our surface behavior, the differences are not clear.

  46. Which of the following is NOT the reason why many Americans move from place to place?

  A) Going to college.

  B) Killing their free time.

  C) Finding a place to live in retirement.

  D) Getting a better job.

  47. Summer is a special time when many Americans         .

  A) enjoy the sunshine

  B) feel strange

  C) travel to other countries

  D) get a new job

  48. When summer comes, many Americans           .

  A) hope to meet new people

  B) expect to find some friends

  C) want to begin lasting friendships with new people

  D) both A and B

  49.To a European, Americans         .

  A) are friendless

  B) have superficial friendships only

  C) treat all their friends in the same way

  D) hold different attitudes towards different people

  50. Which of the following is the major topic of the second paragraph?

  A) For many of us the summer is a special time for making new friendships.

  B) Today millions of Americans vacation abroad.

  C) No one really expects a vacation trip to produce a close friend.

  D) But surely the beginning of a friendship is possible.

  (3)

  Doctors have known for a long time that extremely loud noise can cause hearing damage or loss. The noise can be the sound of a jet airplane or machines in factories or loud music or other common sounds found at home and at work. A person only needs to hear the noise for little more than one second to be affected.

  An American scientist has found that using aspirin (阿司匹林) can increase the temporary hearing loss or damage from loud noise. He did an experiment, using a number of male students at a university who all had normal hearing. He gave them different amounts of aspirin for different periods of time, then he tested their hearing ability. He found that students who were given four grams of aspirin. The hearing loss was about two times as great.

  The scientist said millions of persons in the United States use much larger amounts of aspirin than were used in the study. He said these persons face a serious danger of suffering hearing loss from loud noise.

  51. Doctors have long known that       .

  A) one will become deaf when he hears a loud noise

  B) hearing damage or loss can be caused by sounds of all kinds

  C) one may lose his hearing when he hears a terribly loud noise

  D) common sounds at home are not harmful to the ear

  52. This passage suggests that one’s hearing        .

  A) will be damaged even if he has heard a loud noise for less than one second

  B) will be damaged even if he has heard a loud noise for only little more than one second

  C) will not be damaged if he has heard a loud noise for only little more than one second

  D) will not be damaged if he has little more than one second to get ready

  53. According to this passage, one conclusion you can draw is that aspirin         .

  A) should never be taken more than four grams daily

  B) can damage one’s hearing when it is given more than four grams daily

  C) makes hearing damage from loud noise worse

  D) increases hearing loss by two times

  54. Millions of Americans are in danger of suffering hearing loss because they        .

  A)     often take jet airplanes on trips

  B)     liked listening to loud music

  C)     are drowned in loud noises at home and at work

  D)     take too much aspirin

  55. The purpose of the experiment the American scientist did was to find         .

  A) how much aspirin would affect a person’s hearing

  B) how much aspirin should be given in the treatment of the patients with hearing damage from loud noise

  C) whether the person who had hearing damage should use aspirin

  D) whether aspirin would increase the temporary hearing damage from loud noise

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  Little children have somehow got the impression that the definition of song is “what you hear   56     singing on the radio”. And when teachers try to    57    these children that they    58   sing, the kids just don’t see the point. Why should they struggle to perform a graceless version that only their mothers could possibly love? It’s so much easier to buy a CD and hear someone do it really well! Their logic is hard to argue    59    and it’s a direct result of our society’s obsession with competence. Pleasure is no longer the     60     of our leisure activities; in fact no one even sees anything pleasant    61    doing something less than perfectly well. This is crazy. And it’s    62    aterrible toll. Not only    63   depriving ourselves of creative satisfaction and discouraging our children from finding joy in   64   they can do themselves, we’re also destroying our artists. In a word where we expect all our art to be supplied     65    highly competent professionals, the pressure on the professionals becomes too great to bear.

  56. A) professions            B) professional       C) professionally    D) professionals

  57. A) convince              B) confront          C) discourage       D) encourage

  58. A) are able to             B) can as well        C) can too         D) too would

  59. A) at                    B) for              C) with            D) /

  60. A) attention              B) possibility        C) aim             D) consideration

  61. A) at                    B) by              C) in              D) with

  62. A) doing                 B) having          C) making          D) taking

  63. A) are we                B) have we         C) it is             D) we are

  64. A) that                  B) what            C) which           D) where

  65. A) by                   B) us by            C) with us by       D) /

  Ⅳ翻译(30%) 把下列句子译成英文,并写在答题纸上。

  66. 众所周知,英语是一种广泛使用的国际语言。

  67. 很抱歉,我给你添了这么多麻烦。

  68. 我参加的这项考试对我来说至关重要。

  69. 如果我们有足够的钱,明年将访问欧洲。

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