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Part I Vocabulary and structure

Directions: In this section, there are 20 incomplete sentences. You are required to complete each one by deciding on the most appropriate word or words from the 4 choices marked A,B,C and D. Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet . (每小题 2 分, 共计 40 分)

1. The only way to as possible. A commit

a fear is to face it ,and to do so as frequcntly

B enlarge

C communicate out of bed to repair a car. C waken

D conquer

2. Early in the morning, I was A distracted assigned 3、we can



3.If you wish, for your luggage(行李)to be sent on ahead

to each of the overnight steps. A memorize commit 4. The boy go to bed. turned the TV off as the clock struck ten, tine for him to B contract






B disappointedly

C fortunately


undoubtedly 5. He could see her lips again. A disturbing and hoped she would not cry in public



C shaking


stooping 6. I slept fitfully( 断断续续地 )but well enough, comings and goings of my companions. A prolonged 7. I 'd like to independent study. B fluttered only by the

C disturbed

D enclosed

that students should be allowed more time for

A propose
8. On a A following diligent 9、But it is

B command

C arrange

D steer

day,our professor works in the lab from 9 A.M.to 11 P.M. B typical C previous D

that publishers,to stay in business ,need to bring out a

large number of titles every year. A spontaneous evident 10. If you don't read,then A mysteriously 11. The report is law. A concerned 12. He sat like a man A embarrassed B absorbed C sustained D involved you will forget how to read. C positively D eventually B boring C elementary D

B unfortunately

with the relationship between politics and the

by the sudden news of death. B stunned C stung it. D bored

13.A sob caught his throat and he coughed to

A prohibit

B mask

C emit tears. C hold back

D crash

14.She pressde her lips together, trying to A give up B burst into

D take back

15.At 6.30 a.m.next morning the train A pulled into B came down

Central Station,Glasgow. C laid out . C. much as you can D sou

16. To learn Chinese cooking ,you should practice A. so much you can D. as much as you can 17、The manager ,as well as his advisers, A. are agreed agreed B. were agreed B. so much as you can

to attend the world fair. C. have agreed D. has

18、 I think you have talked too much;what you need now is more action and A. few talk. B. less C. fewer D. little

19. That is the very man A. which B. of whom

house was burned down last week. C. whose D. his

20. If I it. A realized

how awful the job was going to be,I would’t have accepted

B. had realized


was realized

D. did

realized 21. As she read the letter, her eyes were A. filled B. full C. fill with tears. D. filling

22. Weather A. permitted

we’ll go out for a walk. B. permitting C. permits D. for permitting

23. Roger:Oh, you look so beautiful today. Janet: A. I think so. D. You too . 24. Reading A. under; for 25. meeting. A. An; an; a the 26、They decided to teach these people a good A. thing class 27、Gene: Shall I open this window? Jodie: A. No, please do B. C. Please open this window 28.You to me so loudly. B. needn’t to speak C. don’t need speak D. . B. I'd rather you didn't D. I'd rather you hadn't done it. B. task C. lesson . D. B. The; / ; an C. The; / ; a D. The; / ; the sun isn't good B. in; for your eyes. C. in; to D. under; to English well at . B. No, I don't think so. C. Thank you.

old lady with white hair spoke

A. needn’t speak didn’t need speak


I go I always seem to bump into him. B. However C. Wherever D.

A. Whatever Somehow 30. I'll tell you A. all which which 31. Seldom

he told me last week. B. that C. all that D.

visited by ships B. the island is C. did the island

A. is the island D.have been the island


his reply,Mary became very angry and decided to write again. B. having not received C. not

A. Not having received received D. Received not

33.The weather turned out to be pretty good, could expect. A. it B. that C. what the paper ? C. give off

was more than we

D. which

34.Would you please help A. Give out B. Give in

D. Give up 100 dollars. D. on

35.Mr brown's monthly income has increased A.in Part II.Close B. at C. by

Directions: There are 15 blanks in the following passage.For each

sentence there are four choices marked A,B,C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best complete the sentence. Then you should mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet . Passage One I was born in the city of York, in England, in the year 1632. My father was a man of some wealth, able to give me a good home and send me to school. It was h i s w i s h t h a t I sh o u l d b e a l a w y e r b u t my h e a d be g a n to b e f i ll e d ver y e a r l y w i t h thoughts of travel, and I would be satisfied with nothing but going to sea. My father gave m e strong advice

a g a i n s t i t , b u t w i t h l i t t l e e f f e c t . O n e day, b e i n g a t Hull, I met a school-fellow who was about to sail for London in his father's ship, and he invited me to go with him, and without telling my father, I went on board. On the way to London, a storm arose, the ship was w r e c k e d ( 失事) , a n d w e barely escaped with our lives. I went on foot to London, where I met with the m a s t e r o f a vessel which did business with countries on t h e c o a s t o f A f r i c a . H e took a fancy to me, and offered me a chance to go with him on his voyages, which I gladly accepted. A great storm came up, and the ship was tossed ( 被颠簸 ) about for many d a y s , u n t i l w e d i d n o t k n o w

where we were. Suddenly we struck a bank of sand, and the sea broke over the ship in such a way that we could not hope to have her hold many moments without breaking into pieces. So w e l a u n c h e d ( 使…下水) a boat. After we had been driven four or five miles,a mountainous wave struck us so hard that it overturned the boat at once.Though I swam well but the waves w e r e s o s t r o n g t h a t I w a s d a s h e d ( 被猛撞) a g a i n s t a r o c k w i t h s u c h f o r c e t h a t i t left me senseless. But I recovered a little before the waves returned, and, running forward, got to the mainland safely.

36 . What did the author want to do most when he was young ? A ) To visit A frica B ) To sail the seas C ) To practice law D ) To make a tour of London . 37 . Why did the author 90 on foot to London ? A ) The shiP he took was destroyed in a storm . B ) His father did not supply the fare for the joumey . C ) He wentagainst his father ' 5 strong advice not to do 50 .

D ) His school 一 fellow invited him to 90 together . 38 . why did they launch a boat ? A ) They knew they were near the shore. B ) The big waves were about to overturn the ship. C ) Their ship had been knocked about for many days on the sea D ) Their ship had struck sand and was about to break into pieces. 39 . When the author got to the mainland , he______. A ) searched every where for his lost companions B )fell down on the ground senseless C ) was safe and sound D ) ran forward to escape being washed back into the sea 40 . When the author finally arrived on land , he most probably______. A ) knew he was in Africa B ) did not know where he was 、 C ) was not aware he was back in England D ) got in touch with his family andasked Passage Two

“Where is the university( 大学 )?” This is a question that many visitors to Cambridge(剑桥)ask. But no one can give them a __41__ answer, for there is no wall to be found __42__ the university. The university is the city. You can find classroom buildings, __43__,

museums and offices of the university all over the city. And most of __44__ members are the students and _45__ of the thirty-one colleges(学 院). Cambridge was already a __46__ town long before the first students and teachers arrived 800 years __47__. It grew up by the river Granta, and the river was once _48__the Cam. A _49__ was built over the river as early as 875. _50__ the town got its name "Cambridge". In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries more and __51__ land was used for college buildings. The town grew much _52__ in the nineteenth century after the opening of the railway in 1845. Cambridge became a _53__ in 1951 and now it has a population of over 100, 000. Many young students in _54__ countries __55__ to study at Cambridge. Thousands of people from all over the world come to visit the university town. It has become a famous place all around the world. 41. A. clean B. Clear C. right D. real C. Near D. by D. libraries D. my D. teachers

42. A. around B. in

43. A. cinemas B. parks C. zoos 44. A. their B. His C. its

45. A. parents B. farmers 46. A. interesting B. usual


C. developing D. common

47. A. before B. ago C. later D. after 48. A. said B. called C. spoken D. talked

49. A. bridge B. building C. station D. house 50. A. Because B. But 51. A. less 52. A.smaller B. fewer C. And D. So C. more D. bigger

B. slower C. faster D. cleaner C. university D. country

53. A. city B. college

54. A. another B. other C. the other D. others 55. A. stop B. hate C. hope D. need

Part III. Reading comprehension Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each of the passage is followed by 5 questions . For each of them there are four choices marked A,B,C and D. Choose the best one and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. (每小题 2 分,共计 10 分) Passage A Many children use the Internet to get useful knowledge and information, and to relax in their free time. But some of them are not using in a good way. Here are some rules to make sure you are safe and have fun on the Internet. Make rules for Internet use with your parents. For example, when you can go online, for how long and what activities you can go online. Don’t give your password (密码) to anyone else, and never leak out the following information---your real name, home address, age, school, phone number or other personal information.

Check with your parents before giving out a credit (信用) card number. Never send a photo of yourself to someone in e-mail unless your parents say it’s OK. Check with your parents before going into a chat room. Different chat rooms have different rules and attract different kinds of people. You and your parents must make sure it’s a right place for you. Never agree to meet someone you met on the Internet without your parent’s permission (允许). Never meet anyone you met on line alone. Always remember that people online may not be who they say they are. Treat everyone online as strangers. If something you see or read online makes you uncomfortable, leave the site. Tell a parent or teacher right away. Treat other people as you’d like to be treated. Never use bad language. Remember—not everything you read on the Internet is true. 56. If you want a true friend on the Internet , you can ____________ . A tell the people what your name is . line alone. C write an e-mail about yourself . D get your parent’s B meet the people on

permission. 57. It’s good for children to ________ on the Internet. A. give password to others B. get useful knowledge and information C. give out a credit card number D. go into a chat room as they’d like

to 58. The underlined phrase “leak out” in the third paragraph may mean “________.” A. give away B. leave out C. give out D. put away

59. If your parents don’t agree, never ________. A. read anything on the Internet B. relax in your free time

C. have a face-to face meeting with anyone you met online D. treat other people as you’d like to be treated 60. This passage is mainly about “________”. A. How to use Computers B. Surfing on the Internet C. Information on the Internet D. Internet Safety Rules Part IV.Writing A Directions: For this part, you are requied to write a composition on the topic “Film or book, which do you prefer?” You should base your composition one the outline ( given in Chinese ) below. You should write 100 to 120 words. 1、看电影:省时、有趣、易懂 2、 读原著:细节更多、语言优美 3、 我的看法及理由 注意:1、词数:100-120 文章题目和开头已给出(不计入词数)。 2、参考词汇: original work 或 book in the original (原著)

B 以"How to be a good doctor?" 命名写一篇短文