1.Which of the following statements is true?
A. Nuclear energy is clean
B. Nuclear energy has no pollution
C. Nuclear energy doesn’t pollute the air.
2.What does the man mean?
A. He always gets up early in the morning.
B. He thinks it is unnecessary to get up in the morning.
C. He prefers to stay in bed in the morning.
3.How much will the man pay for these tickets?
A. 15 dollars B. 20 dollars C. 25 dollars
4.What did the woman say about her dictionary?
A. She lost it B. she gave it to others
C. She has already borrowed a new one.
5.What do we learn from the above dialogue?
A. Frank continued to live after a car accident.
B. Frank’s car was accidentally lost.
C. Frank fell out of a car.
第二节 (共 15小题; 每小题1.5分，满分22.5分)5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白
6.How long is it since Mary and John last talked to each other?
A. More than one year. B. Less than one year. C. Three months.
7.Where does the man work?
A. In a food factory. B. At a university. C. At the National Bank.
8.Which of the following is true?
A. The woman speaks German better than Spanish.
B. Tom, John’s son, is in Grade Three.
C. The man has two children.
9.What are the two persons?
A. A conductor and a passenger.
B. A bookseller and a customer.
C. A detective(侦探) and a reader.
10.Who is interested in Sherlock Holmes?
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A. The conductor. B. The passenger. C. The detective.
11.What colour is the missing bag?
A. The brown one. B. The dark brown one. C. The dark one.
12.What does Simon think of the college?
A. He likes its small size. B. He likes the place where it is.
C. He likes the students of the college.
13.What do the students at the college do in their free time?
A. All kinds of things but going to the library to study.
B. Many things, including going to the library to study.
C. All the students go to the clubs to meet their friends.
14.How many students are there in the college Simon is visiting?
A. About 10,000. B. About 1,000. C. About 5,000.
15.What did the man use to think of Susan’s cousin?
A. Very beautiful. B. Common C. Gentle
16.Who is the shortest of the three people?
A. Susan B. The man C. Susan’s cousin.
17.What is the main reason for Susan’s liking her cousin?
A. Because Susan’s cousin is very tall.
B. Because Susan’s cousin is very healthy.
C. Because Susan’s cousin is gentle and understanding. 听第10段材料，回答第18至20题。 18.What caused the accident?
A. Alfred had drunk too much. B. Alfred was driving too fast. C. Both A and B.
19.Why did Alfred drive away without helping the old man?
A. Because he thought the old man could help himself.
B. Because he thought the police would help the old man.
C. Because he thought nobody else would notice him and he couldn’t be found out.
20.What do you think of Alfred?
A. A fearless person. B. A dishonest person. C. An experienced driver.
21.I can’t tell the exact date of his arrival, maybe the 7
thth or the 8.______, he is sure to be here before
the conference begins.
A. However B. Therefore C. Anyhow D. Thus
22Many language learners think that______ best way to learn______ language is to spend some time
in a country where______ language is spoken.
A. the; a; a B. a; a; the C. the; x; the D. the; a; the
23.When I arrived I saw the place was already______ by two strangers in uniform.
A. occupied B. conquered C. possessed D. owned
24.---May I ask you for a leave, sir?
---Sorry, the meeting______ no absence.
A. admits B. admits of C. admits to D. admits about
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25.The boy is so smart that his parents take_______ him.
A. proud of B. pride in C. pride of D. proud in
26.He abused at the tourist,______, he refused to apologize.
A. making matters worse B. and making matters worse
C. to make matters worse D. and to make matters worse
27.She felt very______ when her husband forgot her birthday.
A. desperate B. disappointed C. hopeless D. deserted
28. --- You didn't wait for Mr. Black last night, did you?
--- No, but we ________. He didn't return home at all.
A. couldn't have B. needn't have C. didn't need to D. should wait
29. If there were no air to hold some of the sun’s heat, the earth at night ______.
A. would be freezing cold. B. will be freezing coldly
C. would be frozen cold D. can freeze coldly
30.The car manufacture has______ 1,000 workers because of the drop in sales.
A. picked out B. gave up C. laid off D. dealt with
31.The problem______ many children have______ out of school is more and more serious.
A. that; dropped B. which; dropped C. as ; run D. which; run
32.---Do you have anything more , sir?
---No. You can have a rest or do something else.
A. to type B. typed C. typing D. to be typed
33. ---Are you satisfied with the mending?
---Not in the least. I wonder if anyone could have done it .
A. worse B. as well C. any more D. better
34.It is through learning that the individual______ many habitual(惯常的) ways of reacting to
A. retains B. gains C. achieves D. acquires
35. Everyone asked me why Jack didn’t come, but it was a mystery to me as to .
A. much of; him B．as much of; them
C．as such; him D．the same; them
第二节：完形填空（共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分）阅读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后从36～55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出最佳选项 。 DEAR ABBY,
In a recent column, a woman wrote to say that one of her guest at a dinner party had 36
a fork, and she didn’t know how to recover it.
I wasn’t that guest, 37 over the last 10 years I have taken three things from homes where I
have been a 38 .Abby, I cannot understand 39 I took these things! I have thought over as to how 40 can get these things back!
I can't do it 41 and admit that I took them. This is a small town, and I'm well 42
here. If just one of these people talked about it, I would be
Abby, what's wrong with me? They are really 44 things. I thought about seeing an expert, but should I be 45 going to an expert, it would be all over town in no time. I'm sure thousands
of people 46 me wish to have the courage to return 47 .Should I just wait until it's 48 , then put the things in the mailboxes of their 49 owners?
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DEAR GUILTY CONSCIENCE,
50 .It will make you feel better, but it will not 51 your problem. You need to seek
help to 52 out why you took those things so you won't
53 that behavior. See an expert in another town or city nearby to 54 your privacy(隐私).
Please take my 55 , and let me hear from you again. I care.
36.A.found B.stolen C.laid D.dropped
37.A.since B.though C.but D.so
38.A.guest B.host C.relative D.friend
39.A.when B.how C.where D.why
40.A.you B.they C.she D.I
41.A.openly B.secretly C.strangely D.nervously
42.A.dressed B.known C.organized D.kept
43.A.disappointed B.satisfied C.finished D.praised
44.A.valuable B.unimportant C.necessary D.terrible
45.A.heard B.sent C.kept D.seen
46.A.like B.except C.with D.for
47.A.everything B.anything C.something D.nothing
48.A.late B.early C.dark D.familiar
49.A.rightful B.careful C.reasonable D.unknown
50.A.Never B.Always C.No D.Yes
51.A.satisfy B.solve C.explain D.direct
52.A.turn B.pick C.find D.carry
53.A.realize B.continue C.stop D.mention
54.A. protect B. describe C.prevent D.introduce
55.A. present B. letter C. example D. advice
There is one word that is on the lips of Americans, day and night: “Sorry”.
A One time as I was walking on the street, a young man ran by hurriedly, brushing against my
handbag. Even as he continued on his way, he turned back and said “sorry” to me. Even in a rush, he
didn’t forget to apologize.
One day, after I bought a mango, the salesman was giving me the change, but I wasn’t ready for it
and a coin dropped to the ground. “I’m sorry,” he said while bending down to pick it up. I was
puzzled-why would he apologize when it was my fault?
Another time, I stepped on a man’s foot in an escalator(自动楼梯). At the same time, we both
said “sorry.” I thought it interesting: was it really necessary for him to apologize?
Later on, an American friend explained to me that according to the American mentality(=thought),
the escalator is a public place, and everyone should be able to stand in it. After someone occupies a
position in the elevator（=lift）, making it difficult for someone else to find a place to stand, isn’t it necessary to express an apology?
If you go to the movies and the tickets happen to be sold out, the ticket seller will say: “Sorry, the
tickets are sold out.”
Whenever one of your hopes goes unfulfilled, an American will say “sorry,” as a sign of
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During my stay in America, I often came across situations in which I was supposed to say “sorry.” Gradually I realized that when friction(摩擦) occurs in daily life, Americans don’t care much about who is responsible; if someone important is very busy, the secretary will say: “sorry.”
If someone is troubled, a “sorry” is always necessary. When this happens, even if the other person
is hurt, the “sorry” cools tempers-and human generosity is displayed. Perhaps this is why I never saw
anyone quarreling on the buses, subways or streets of America.
56.When the he gave me the change, .
A. I intentionally didn’t accept it
B. the salesman intentionally didn’t pass it to me
C. I was a little slower than him to accept it
D. he was slow to give than I accept it
57.Why the man on whose feet I stepped apologized to me?
A. Because the elevator is public place.
B. Because the man is afraid of me.
C. Because the “sorry” he said to the author was intended to say to another people.
D. Because there is not enough place to get my feet in so I have to step on his feet.
58.The author cites several examples to show that .
A. the Americans are friendly
B．the Americans are kind
C．the Americans are generous
D．All of the above
59.What is the author’s tone to Americans’ “sorry”?
A．Neutral B．Negative C．Unnecessary D．Approving(赞同)
The search for a mascot（吉祥物） began last year with the launch of a campaign by the Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) on August 5, 2004.
By December 1, 2004, the deadline for submissions, 662 entries had been received - 611 from the
Chinese mainland, 12 from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and 39 from abroad.
A 24-member panel （评审组）then picked out 56 of these for another round of selection on December 15 last year. Two days later, a ten-member group reduced the list to six. These included the
panda, tiger, dragon and "monkey king", a figure from an ancient Chinese fairytale.
The design of the mascots began in the second half of December last year by a nine-member
group headed by famous artist Han Meilin.
"Taking the images and colours of those six figures into full consideration, we found that they
were hard to harmonise and so we had to give up the original idea," said Han. "Then the idea of 'five'
came out gradually."
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Drawing inspiration from the Five Olympic Rings, the idea of a group of five figures with classic
Chinese characteristics emerged（形成）. From this March, tens of thousands of designs were drawn and re-drawn around the core(核心) five figures idea.
"Since it is hard to find five animals that meet the requirements of all people, we hit upon
children and borrowed the idea of the traditional Chinese image of a little child with big head," said
Han. "By having the children wear hats featuring key aspects of Chinese ethnic groups and using the
colours that represent the five rings of the Olympics, we came up with the 'Five Friendlies'."
The decision on using the "Five Friendlies" was made on June 12, 2005 and a version drawn by
the brush pen, the traditional Chinese drawing tool, was approved.
"Generally speaking, the fine brushwork painting is comparatively easy to accept. But this time, the
brush pen painting with freehand brushwork succeeded, which is so great since it is a traditional
Chinese artistic approach," said Han. "The images of little children are full of appeal," he added.
To test if the mascots were easily recognisable, the design group also conducted a survey among
kindergarten and primary school children on April 22. According to the survey results, all the children
thought the five figures were lovely and 98 per cent of them pointed out the close relationship between
60.Which of the following began from December 15 according to the passage?
A. Another round of the selection of the entries.
B. The design of the mascots headed by Han Meilin.
C. 24-member panel picked out 56 of the entries.
D.10-member group picked out six of the 56 entries.
61.How did the five figures idea come out?
A. The artist found hard to harmonise the six figures: panda, tiger, dragon “monkey king
and so on.
B. Han Meilin the chief designer thought up the idea.
C. The Five Olympic Rings gave the designers the idea.
D. The traditional Chinese image of a little child with big head gave them the idea.
62.What’s the children’s attitude to the “Five Friendlies” according to the passage? A. They all considered the five figures lovely.
B. They all know the close relationship between them.
C. They all thought the five figures idea lovely.
D. They all pointed out the names of the five figures .
Dorms (宿舍) are part of the typical college experience. From RAs to shared bathrooms and C cafeteria （自助的）food, nothing quite compares, and despite all the horror stories, many people
look back on dorm living as one of the best times of their life. But, like anything else, it has both its
pros and cons.
Expenses and Goodies. Face it: living on campus gives you a nice, neat package deal, (一揽子交
易), as far as facilities (设施) go. Unless off-campus housing is very cheap, you’re probably going to
save a lot of money by living in a dorm. Most schools charge one flat rate for both your housing and
meal-plan. And with a dorm you don’t have to worry about paying for utilities (公共事业): electricity,
water, phone, it’s all included. Not to mention cable（网线）, on most campuses, ethernet access, a high speed, constant connection to the Internet, which is now available in most dorms.
Privacy: One thing you find a little lacking in many dorms is privacy. You can end up sharing
your bedroom with one person and your bathroom with twelve, which can be a big adjustment (适应).
Rest assured that not all dorms are like this; you can get a single in many dorms (although you may
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have to pay more) and you might only share a bathroom with a couple other people. And many
students find they really don’t mind close quarters(=living space), after the initial（最初的）
adjustment period. Know both your surroundings and yourself. If it is a new situation, check to see
exactly how much privacy you will and won’t have. And consider whether or not you’re the kind of
person who can deal with a low-privacy situation. But give yourself a chance, too.
Atmosphere: Perhaps the most irreplaceable（不能替代的） thing about dorm life is the
atmosphere. You may find yourself becoming close friends with your roommate and the other people
on your hall or floor, forming relationships which will make your college experience more enjoyable
and may last well beyond graduation. There is also, of course, more supervision（监督） in a dorm,
which many people don’t like. It’s not all bad, though, because you may find yourself very grateful for
the nearby help, if a party gets out of hand or something else goes wrong. And there’s always the
bonus (额外利息) of less commute (通勤) time to your classes and easier access to campus resources. 63.The word “goodies” in the first line of the second paragraph means .
A. tasty food B. attractive goods C. useful facilities D. friendship
64．Living in dorms has all the following advantages except that .
A．dorms are usually cheaper than off-campus housing
B．living in dorms saves time that you spend traveling to classes every day
C．living in dorms means that there are many facilities available to you
D．living in dorms keeps you in close touch with what happens in your school
65．One of the drawbacks (缺点) of living in dorms is_________.
A. additional fee for utilities B.lack of privacy
C．less supervision D．no help if something goes wrong 66.A person who can deal with a low-privacy situation ________.
A. doesn’t mind close quarters B. will never share a bathroom with others
C. doesn’t like new surroundings D. can easily adjust to a new situation
James Cleveland Owens was the son of a farmer and the grandson of black slaves. His family
moved to Cleveland when he was 9.There, a school teacher asked the youth his name.
"J.C., "he replied.
She thought he had said "Jesse", and he had a new name.
Owens ran his first race at age 13.After high school, he went to Ohio State University. He had to
work part time so as to pay for his education. As a second- year student, in the Big Ten games in
1935, he set even more records than he would in the Olympic Games a year later.
A week before the Big Ten meet, Owens accidentally fell down a flight of stairs. His back hurt
so much that he could not exercise all week, and he had to be helped in and out of the car that drove
him to the meet. He refused to listen to the suggestions that he give up and said he would try, event
by event. He did try, and the results are in the record book.
The stage was set for Owens’ victory at the Olympic Games in Berlin the next year, and his
success would come to be regarded as not only athletic but also political. Hitler did not congratulate
any of the African-American winners.
"It was all right with me, "he said years later. "I didn’t go to Berlin to shake hands with him, anyway."
Having returned from Berlin, he received no telephone calls from the president of his own
country, either. In fact, he was not honored by the United States until 1976, four years before his
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Owens’ Olympic victories made little difference to him. He earned his living by looking after a
school playground, and accepted money to race against cars, trucks, motorcycles and dogs.
"Sure, it bothered me, "he said later. "But at least it was an honest living. I had to eat."
In time, however, his gold medals changed his life. "They have kept me alive over the years,
"he once said. "Time has stood still for me. That golden moment dies hard."
67.Owens got his other name "Jesse" when_______.
A. he went to Ohio State University B. his teacher made fun of him
C. his teacher took "J. C." for "Jesse" D. he won gold medals in the Big Ten meet
68.In the Big Ten meet，Owen_______.
A. hurt himself in the back B. succeeded in setting many records
C. tried every sports event but failed D. had to give up some events
69.We can infer from the text that Owens was treated unfairly in the US at that time because_______.
A. he was not of the right race
B. he was the son of a poor farmer
C. he didn’t shake hands with Hitler D. he didn’t talk to the US president on the phone 70. When Owens says "They have kept me alive over the years ",he means that the medals.
A. have been changed for money to help him live on
B. have made him famous in the US
C. have encouraged him to overcome difficulties in life
D. have kept him busy with all kinds of jobs
71.What would be the best title for the text?
A. Jesse Owens, A Great American Athlete B. Golden Moment — A Life-time Struggle
C. Making A Living As A Sportsman D. How To Be A Successful Athlete
Dr Kimsma ,from the Netherlands, believes that euthanasia（安乐死）is not simply a question of
ending someone’s life. The important thing is how that person’s life ends. If someone chooses
enthanasia, he doesn’t have to think about the worry, and the suffering only. He can also focus （集
中在）on the things he really wants to do, such as taking a last trip, or making up a fight with someone
in the family, or saying goodbye. The pressure on that person becomes lighter when he knows he
won’t have to go on suffering long. Often, people who have chosen euthanasia have such peace of
mind that they die naturally, “ If I ended the life of a patient because I had not given him good care ,I
would feel ashamed and guilty,” he said.
Dr Kimsma admits that in the case of euthanasia there is a conflict(冲突) between his goals as a
doctor: saving life and helping those who are suffering. He believes that helping people is the morally
right thing to do.” My patient can be sure that I will not let them suffer unnecessarily alone. That is
just my goal and duty as a doctor.” He says he can only continue to perform euthanasia because it is
something that happens very rarely.
Dr Ravenscroft, a medical professor in Australia, holds that euthanasia is wrong. He believes that
when people have an incurable illness, they should be given care that lessens their pain and suffering
and helps them to feel less afraid. He says that such care should improve the quality of a person’s life,
even in the very last part of his life, without bringing death. Dr Ravenscroft suggests that a patient
should be given a drug to help him sleep for the last few days of his life, if nothing else will help him.
Ravenscroft says, “ Life is a great mystery. We take part in all of life including dying, but we are
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not masters of it.”
Besides, if euthanasia is lawful, it may be easier to choose death instead of continuing to look for
a better treatment. He fears that people can be persuaded to choose euthanasia when they do not really
72. Which of the following is Not Dr Kimsma’s opinion?
A. People may die peacefully in euthanasia because they feel less pressure.
B. Euthanasia allows people to focus on important personal things in the last part of their lives.
C. It is wrong to give up looking for a better treatment for an incurable disease.
D. It is wrong to let a patient suffer when the disease is beyond cure.
73. According to Dr Kimsma , when the two goals of a doctor conflict,_____
A. saving life of those who are sick should come first.
B. helping people who are suffering should come first.
C. it is up to his patient to make a decision.
D. the solution varies according to the situation.
74. Dr Ravenscroft is against euthanasia . One of his reasons is that _______.
A. nobody really wants to end his own life .
B. saving life is the only goal for a doctor .
C. care given to people having incurable diseases can make them live longer.
D. people can be given painkillers and drugs to make them suffer less.
75. By “ we are not masters of it” , Dr Ravenscroft means _______. A. we have no right to end a person’s life .
B. we can never tell what will happen to us.
C. life is as mysterious as death.
D. life is always beyond our knowledge .
Learning a foreign language can be difficult at time and there 76.______
are many obstacles(障碍) in which you must overcome. It is 77.______
important keep a positive attitude and to try to enjoy the 78.______
language-learning process. Here is some tips you can follow. 79.______
Give yourself a treat while you have completed a task. 80.______
Reminding yourself that you’ve learnt a lot. Keep a learning 81.______ diary in which you write down your progress, feelings and ideas. 82.______
Not give up! It takes time to learn a language, so I think 83.______
you mustn’t lose your heart if you feel that you are not 84.______
learning a language well as quickly as possible. 85.______
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电脑…难学… 外语…难记 … 科技…难懂…
2. 参考词汇：招聘人才advertise for people of talent 应聘seek for a position
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