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  一、选择填空(每空2分, 25题, 共50分)

  1. She couldn’t take shorthand, _______ slowed down the work of the office.

  A. that B. which C. it D. so

  2. Was it last Friday ________ you met him?

  A. that B. on which C. which D. when

  3. _______ might fail in the exam worried him.

  A. He B. That he C. What D. It

  4. —I’v got this really painful ear.

  —How long _______ you?

  A. does it bother B. was it bothering

  C. would it bother D. has it been bothering

  5. —I started to study, but then a friend called.

  —That’s no excuse ________.

  A. for not studying B. not for studying C. not studying D. not to studying

  6. —Why was he so hot when he got home?

  —He ________.

  A. was running B. is running C. has been running D. had been running

  7. —There’s been an earthquake.

  —I know. At least a hundred people ________.

  A. were to be killed B. are said to have been killed

  C. said to have been killed D. are said to kill

  8. You may invite _______ wants to go.

  A. whomever B. whoever C. which one D. people

  9. _______ we won the war.

  A. In the end B. On the end C. By the end D. At the end

  10. As a poor fresh student, he had to do a part-time job _______ money.

  A. owing to B. because of C. on account of D. for the sake of

  11. Which is ______ country, the United States or Canada?

  A. a larger B. larger C. the larger D. the largest

  12. The silk feels ________.

  A. soft B. softly C. softness D. softy

  13. Two nuclear power stations _______ in the past ten years.

  A. are built B. have been built C. would be built D. are building

  14. They kept on ______ till they got to the foot of the hill.

  A. to run B. running C. runing D. run

  15. There is much work to do, _______?

  A. isn’t it B. is there C. isn’t there D. is it

  16. _______ as he is, he can’t understand the English film.

  A. A student of English B. Though a student of English

  C. Student of English D. Being a student of English

  17. The old in the country _______ taken good care of.

  A. have B. has C. is D. are

  18. Not a single mistake _______ in the test.

  A. he made B. did he make C. he has made D. made he

  19. ______ my surprise, I got a high grade in this test.

  A. For B. To C. To be D. On

  20. She never agree _______ you, did she?

  A. to B. with C. in D. at

  21. Would you mind _______ a photo of you?

  A. me take B. to take C. my taking D. me to take

  22. The lady treats the boy well as if he ______ her own son.

  A. is B. was C. were D. would be

  23. _______ round the city, we were impressed by the city’s new look.

  A. Taken B. Taking C. To be taken D. Being taken

  24. He had a pain _______ his back.

  A. on B. with C. in D. onto

  25. The city _______ I was born is on the new railway line.

  A. which B. that C. on which D. where

  二、 阅读理解(每空2分, 20题, 共40分)

  A

  Legend tells us that the city of Rome was established in 152 BC. It’s a fact, however, that by 100 AD, Rome was the center of a vast empire. It ranged from Syria in the east to Spain in the west. It stretched from Britain in the north to Africa in the south. All or part of 27 of today’s countries were included in the Roman Empire. All of their people were ruled by one government, that of Rome. All educated citizens spoke the same language, Latin. And one of the empire’s many outposts was called Londinium. This unimportant town would later become London, England, and the center of another empire.

  The Roman Empire collapsed about 1,5000 years ago. Yet in some ways, it is still with us. Take the letters you are reading fox example. English, like many other languages, uses the Roman alphabet while also borrowing many word. The laws of many European countries are based on ancient Roman laws. Roman ruins are scattered throughout Europe,

  North Africa, and the Middle East. In some places, Roman roads and water courses are still in use. To this day, and European in North Africa is likely to be called “Roumi”—Roman. Even modern place names are often inherited from ancient Rome. Both Greece and Germany bear the names given them by the Romans rather than the names that their own people first called them.

  26. The most northern part of the Roman Empire was _______.

  A. Spain B. Africa C. Syria D. Britain

  27. The main idea of paragraph 2 is that Roman culture is ________.

  A. dead and buried B. based completely on language

  C. still part of the present D. unimportant to history

  28. In the days of the Empire, the Roman government was probably _______.

  A. strong B. divided C. weak D. poor

  29. What happened first?

  A. Londinium was an outpost B. The Roman Empire fell apart.

  C. The city of Rome was founded. D. London became the center of an empire.

  30. When did the Roman Empire collapse?

  A. 1,5000 years ago B. about 1,5000 years ago

  C.1,3000 years ago D. about 1,3000 years ago

  B

  According to an old story, a farmer once found that a bag of corn had been stolen from his house. He went to the judge and told him about his loss. The judge ordered all the people of the farm to come before him. He took a number of sticks of equal length and gave one stick to each man.

  He then said, “Come before me again tomorrow. I shall then know which of you is the thief because the stick given to the thief will be one inch longer than the others.”

  The thief was afraid of being found out, and so the cut an inch off his stick. The next day the thief’s stick was found to be one inch shorter than any of the others. In this way the thief was found out, and was at once taken away to prison.

  31. A bag of corn was found ________.

  A. to be stolen B. stolen C. being stolen D. having stolen

  32. The judge gave each man a stick _______.

  A. to change back the farmer’s corn B. to beat the thief

  C. as a tool to find out the thief D. so as to play a game together

  33. According to the judge, the next day the thief’s stick would be one inch longer than the others’ because _______.

  A.the thief’s stick would grow one inch longer

  B.the other’s sticks would become one inch shorter

  C.something wrong would happen to the thief’s stick

  D.the judge had given the longer stick to the thief

  34. Since the thief cut the stick short, ________.

  A.he was found out

  B.the judge couldn’t catch him

  C.his stick had an equal length with the others’

  D.his stick wouldn’t be any longer

  35. The wise way the judge found out the thief in the end was to make ______.

  A.the thief to cut an inch off the stick

  B.the thief cut an inch off the stick

  C.the stick grow an inch longer

  D.the thief tell him what he had done

  C

  Generations of Americans have been brought up to believe that a good breakfast is one life’s essentials. Eating breakfast at the start of the day, we have all been told, and told again, is as necessary as putting gasoline in the family car before starting a trip.

  But for many people the thought of food first thing in the morning is by no means a pleasure. So despite all the efforts, they still take no breakfast. Between 1977 and 1983, the latest year for which figures are available, the number of people who didn’t have breakfast, increased by 33 percent.

  For those who feel pain of guilt about not eating breakfast, however, there is some good news. Several studies in the last few years indicate that, for adults especially, there may be nothing wrong with omitting breakfast. “Going without breakfast does not affect performance,” said Arrold E. Bender, former professor of the nutrition at Queen Elizabeth College in London, “nor does giving people breakfast improve performance.”

  Scientific evidence linking breakfast to better health or better performance is surprisingly inadequate, and most of the recent work involves children, not adults, “The literature”, says one researcher, Dr. Erresto at the University of Texas, “is poor”.

  36. The latest year for which figures could be obtained is _______.

  A. the year the author wrote the article B. 1977

  C. any year between 1997 and 1983 D. 1983

  37. For those who do not take breakfast, the good news is that _______.

  A.several studies have been done in the past few years

  B.the omission of breakfast does no harm to one’s health

  C.adults have especially made studies in this field

  D.eating little in the morning is good for health

  38. “…nor does giving people breakfast improve performance” means ______.

  A.anyone without breakfast does improve his performance

  B.not giving people breakfast improve performance

  C.having breakfast does not improve performance, either

  D.people having breakfast do improve their performance

  39. The word “literature” in the last sentence refers to _______.

  A. stories, poems, plays, etc. B. written works on a particular subject

  C. any printed material D. the modern literature of America

  40. What is implied but NOT stated by the author is that _______.

  A.breakfast does not affect performance

  B.Dr. Erresto is engaged in research work at an institution of higher learning

  C.not eating breakfast might affect the health of children

  D.Professor Bender once taught college courses in nutrition in London

  D

  About 35% of all high school graduates in America continue their education in an institution of higher learning. The word college is used to refer to either a college or a university. These institutions offer four-year programs that lead to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor Science (B.S.) degree. Some students attend a junior college (providing only a two-year program) for one to two years before entering a four-year college as a sophomore (二年级生) or junior (三年级生).

  It is generally easier to be accepted at a state university than at a private one. Most private schools require strict entrance examinations and a high grade point average (GPA), as well as specific college prep classes in high school. Private schools cost considerably more than state colleges and famous private schools are very expensive. Poorer students can sometimes attend, however, by earning scholarships. Some college graduates go on to earn advanced masters or doctoral degrees in grad (graduate) school. Occupations in certain fields such as law or medicine require such advanced studies.

  Since college costs are very high, most students work at part-time jobs. Some have full-time jobs and go to school part-time. Often some will take five or more years to complete a four-year program because of money / job demands on their time.

  While the college and work demands take up the great part of a student’s time, most still enjoy social activities. Sports, dances, clubs, movies, and plays are all very popular. However, gathering together for long, philosophical talks at a favorite meeting place on or near the university is probably the most popular activity.

  41. College education is _______ in America.

  A. quite common B. very rare

  C. something difficult D. almost impossible

  42. Which of the following is NOT required for entering most private schools.

  A. entrance examinations B. taking part in many activities

  C. GPA D. college prep classes

  43. How can poor students attend private schools?

  A. Only by working at part-time jobs. B. Only by working at full-time jobs.

  C. Only by earning scholarships. D. All of above.

  44. The American college students like to _______ most of all.

  A. discuss problems on philosophy B. play balls

  C. earn enough money D. go to the cinemas or theatres

  45. The best title for this passage is _______.

  A. Part-time jobs B. American college

  C. Popular activity D. A new system

  三、 .完型填空(每空1分, 20题, 共20分)

  Bill Fuller, the mailman, whistled cheerfully as he walked up the hill towards

  Mrs. Carter’s house. His work for the day 46 , his bag, usually quite heavy when he

  started out on his rounds, was empty now 47 the letter that he had to deliver to Mrs. Carter. She lived 48 blocks away, so when Bill had mail for her, he always finished his day’s work 49 later. He did not 50 this though, because she never failed to ask him in 51 coffee and a piece of her special cake.

  When Bill 52 Mrs. Carter’s house, he was surprised not to find her working in the yard. She usually 53 her afternoon when the weather was good. Bill went around to the back of the house, thinking that she 54 in the kitchen. The door was locked and the curtains were drawn. Puzzled, he returned to the front of the house and knocked loudly on the front door. There 55 . Bill thought that this was very strange because he knew that Mrs. Carter 56 left the house.

  Just then he noticed that her bottle of milk. Which is always delivered early in the morning, was still on the porch. This 57 him. If Mrs. Carter had not 58 her milk, maybe she 59 . Bill walked around the house 60 he found an open window. It was a small window, but he 61 to get through . He went into the hall. There he was almost stumbled over Mrs. Carter, who 62 unconscious at the foot of the stairs. Realizing that he 63 get help, he rushed 64 the house, stopped a 65 car and told the driver to go to the nearest telephone and call an ambulance.

  46. A. was almost finishing B. was almost being finished

  C. was almost finish D. was almost finished

  47. A. except B. except for C. besides D. except that

  48. A. quite a few B. only few C. quite a few of D. quite few

  49. A. much B. a lot of C. many D. more

  50. A. care B. mind C. realize D. bear

  51. A. to B. with C. of D. for

  52. A. arrived B. got C. got to D. reached to

  53. A spent B. past C. took D. had

  54. A. might be B. must be C. must have been D. couldn’t have

  55. A. did not answer B. was no answer

  C. was not answer D. was no any answer

  56. A. often B. sometimes C. rarely D. always

  57. A. was worried B. did worried C. worried D. worrying

  58. A. taken out B. taken of C. take up D. taken in

  59. A. fallen ill B. was sick C. ill D. sick

  60. A. unless B. until C. once D. if

  61. A. tried B. managed C. was forced D. liked

  62. A. was lying B. was lain C. was laying D. was laid

  63. A. needed to B. need to C. needs to D. was needed to

  64. A. into B. to C. up D. out of

  65. A. past B. passed C. pass D. passing

  四、 短文识错(每空1分, 10题, 共10分)

  An experienced teacher may conduct a language lesson as follow:

  ( )66. Draw a simple picture on a piece of paper after the lesson. The

  A B C D

  ( )67. drawing must be big enough to be seen by the whole classroom.

  A B C D

  ( )68. Show the picture you are prepared to someone sitting at the

  A B C D

  ( )69. front. Let him look at the picture for ten seconds, but ask

  A B C D

  ( )70. him to draw the picture when he remembers it. Then he must

  A B C D

  ( )71.show it to his neighbours for ten seconds or so, until everyone

  A B C D

  ( )72. had shown his to his neighbour. Display(展示) the last picture

  A B C D

  ( )73. and the first one together and discusses the differences. Then ask

  A B C D

  ( )74. students in threes or fours to show why the picture was changed

  A B C D

  ( )75. while drawn from memory as they passed through the class, and,

  A B C D

  if possible, display all the pictures in order on the wall.

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