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In Britain, winter is the season not only for visits to the theatre, opera, concerts

and ballet, but also for shopping or for sightseeing. London, one of the 31 cities in the world, has plenty to offer during the winter months, 32 in the way of entertainment and the 33 act like a magnet with their array of presents for the Christmas shoppers, 34 by large-scale bargains in the January 35 . But it’s not only London that 36 value shopping — most of our suburban and 37 centers have just as much to offer to the 38 shoppers. Even if you’re 39 in London, you don’t have to 40 all your money there — and that goes for all the year 41 , too. Take a train or coach and 42 what else Britain has to offer; there are many excursions, even in 43, and among the great country houses which 44 their stately front doors open for the year are Longleat and Woburn Abbey. Hire a car and drive back into the 45 of the winter landscape — the scenery will be even more beautiful, and the people will have more time to chat with you at this time of year.
31. A. coldest B. foggiest C. busiest D. noisiest 32. A. normally B. especially C. occasionally D. generally 33. A. clubs B. pubs C. restaurants D. shops 34. A. followed B. matched C. gone D. companied 35. A. bargains B. sales C. selling D. trading 36. A. opens B. presents C. grants D. offers 37. A. provincial B. national C. divisional D. international 38. A. lonely B. eager C. lazy D. nervous 39. A. basedB. benefitted C. welcomed D. treated
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40. A. spend B. take C. hold D. send 42. A. see B. watch C. look D. view 44. A. push B. provide C. get D. keep

41. A. there B. then C. over D. round 43. A. spring B. summer C. fall D. winter 45. A. quietness B. beauty C. wildness D. reality

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46. Jane recently retired and is looking for a part-time position. She would like to work with people and enjoys public relation work. ________ 47. Jack graduated from the University of Trent with a degree in Economics two years ago. He would like an academic position. ________ 48. Margaret is 21 years old and would like a part-time position to help her pay her university expenses. She can only work in the evenings. ________ 49. Peter went to business school and studied computer science and secretarial skills. He is looking for his first job and would like a full-time position. ________ 50. Vincent loves working with children and has an education license from the city of Birmingham. He would like to work with young children. ________

People in the West would name their children from a list of accepted names such as Peter, Mike, Carlos, or Antonio. Muslims choose from names from the Quran (古兰经) such as Mohammad, Ali, Isa, etc. The Chinese on the other hand could create their children’s names by choosing characters from a large vocabulary. It is like being able to create a name for your children or yourself by choosing any word from the vocabulary. In the Chinese language there is a wide choice of words that could be used as names, though in practice some words are used more often than others. The first names of the Chinese are their family names. It is an art to choose suitable and meaningful words as their second names. And in the second names are the parents’ aspirations and hopes for their children. Since a person is addressed by his name throughout his life, whether he or she likes it or not, his feelings about himself are often connected with his name. The following explains the meaning of the Chinese character for “name” [Ming], which is made up of two components: “twilight” [xī] (夕,黄昏) and “mouth” [kǒu] (口). Before the invention of electric bulbs, in twilight hours when vision is poor, one speaks out his name to be recognized. Thus the concept of name has come into being. Even today, people subconsciously build up a “mental picture” of someone, based on his or her picture, voice and name. A good name is an excellent “image maker”, and words could be chosen to represent traits such as “confidence”, “excellence”, “love and care”, “loyalty”, “peace and tranquility”, and “trust”, etc.

51. What’s the writer’s purpose in Paragraph 1? A. To tell people the main idea of the passage. B. To tell people the importance of the name. C. To lead people to the topic of the passage. D. To explain how the passage is written. 52. From the passage we know that the Chinese create their children’s names by _______. A. following the practice of westerners B. using one of the accepted names in a list C. finding characters from a large vocabulary D. choosing characters from one or two books 53. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. One second name of the Chinese bears a lot of meanings. B. The Chinese often choose their child’s second name at will. C. Words calling good images to mind are used in Chinese names. D. There are only a few Chinese words which can be used as names. 54. What’s the meaning of the underlined word “components” in Paragraph 4? A. Feelings. B. Characters. C. Names. D. Parts. 55. What is the best title for this passage? A. Chinese Names B. History of Chinese Names C. What Chinese Names Mean D. Chinese and Western Names

In the past, people used to eat healthy, freshly prepared food with their families in the home. Today, however, many people, particularly young people, prefer to eat fast food such as hamburgers, fried chicken, and pizza. There are many reasons why this change has occurred, but fast food has some serious effects on individuals and society. There are many reasons for the popularity of fast food. One of the main reasons is the change in lifestyle. Many people now work long hours. They don’t have time to prepare good food. Another cause is the huge number of young, rich people. The rapid development of the economy means that young people have more money to spend. The third reason is advertising. In modern society, with many forms of media such as the Internet and satellite television, people are easily influenced by advertisements and they like to try new products including different kinds of fast food. However, this change in diet can have some serious effects. First, it causes health problems. Many individuals are becoming obese. These people will be less active and have a greater risk of getting heart disease and diabetes. Another result of eating too much fast food is the loss of the family tradition of eating together. Children and parents seldom eat together now, and thus get less opportunity to talk. A further effect is economic loss. Although fast food is not very expensive, it is more expensive than cooking properly by yourself. By eating fast food people spend more on food. Also, many of the fast food restaurants are owned by foreign corporations, so money leaves the country. In conclusion, although fast food is convenient and can act as a tasty addition to a diet, it can have serious health and social effects. People should learn to choose fast food carefully and remember the pleasure of eating good food with family members. 56. In the past, people usually had a better diet than many young people today.______ 57. Many people prefer fast food because it’s more delicious than other food.______ 58. Some people choose fast food because they are influenced by advertisements.______ 59. People who have had too much fast food can more easily get heart disease.______ 60. The best way to get family members together is to say goodbye to fast food.______

Today we live in what is called the Information Age. Information is now considered the most important “product”. The news is everywhere — on TV and radio, in newspapers and magazines, and now on the Internet. But can we believe it? Can newscasters and news writers be trusted? How much of the news is true? Is all news just reported, or is some of it created? Let’s examine these questions. The first question is whether the news is true at all. You’re in the supermarket checkout line, waiting to pay for your groceries. You casually pick up a tabloid and leaf through it while you’re waiting. The tabloid has a headline that screams, “I Was Captured by Aliens (外星人)!” The story also has a picture of a man pointing to drawings of flying saucers and strange alien creatures. “Ridiculous,” you say to yourself. “Completely false. He was paid to say this.” The second question is whether some of the news is created by reporters. If so, is that acceptable? Suppose, for example, a news organization suspects that a certain car has a defective (有缺陷的) part. Some experts have said that the car will catch fire in a crash. The news organization wants to prove that this will happen. Several test crashes are filmed, but the car never catches fire. The reporters still believe that the part is defective, though, so they meet with a mechanic and arrange to add an explosive to the car. Then a new crash is filmed, and the car catches fire. The news organization has “proven” that the car catches fire, but what about its methods? Some people object to this kind of activity, saying that it’s dishonest. Others say that creating the news is acceptable if it’s for a good reason. There’s an old saying, “Don’t believe anything you hear, and only believe a quarter of what you read and half of what you see.” Maybe this isn’t such bad advice. 61. The best title for this passage is __________. A. The News: True, False, or Somewhere in between B. The News: Someone Made It C. The News: Never Believe It D. The News: Nobody Cares A. Some news is too ridiculous to be true. B. Only believe part of the news you hear. C. Is all news trustworthy? D. News reporters are not reliable. (62) Paragraph _____(63) Paragraph _____(64) Paragraph _____(65) Paragraph _____

Write an English composition according to the instructions given below. (Words: about 120) (写
作。) The Internet is becoming more important as people use it to communicate with friends and do business. However, there are drawbacks to society and to individuals in relying on it so heavily. Your teacher has asked you to write an essay discussing the advantages and the disadvantages of using the Internet. Write the essay, ending it by giving your own opinion. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________


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