1，Nobody wants to__________especially in public.
A，make fun of B，be made fun of C，making fun of D，made fun of
2，——Mr President, do you plan to educate your two daughters to be officials? ——To tell you the truth , 1 hope they can do whatever________their interests. A，fits B，matches C，suits D，needs
3，I went there yesterday_________to see my uncle.
A，special B，especially C，specially D，especial
4，My friend, David, was not used __________by air, so he felt unwell. A，to traveling B，to travel C，traveling D，travel
5，——I'm sorry, but I didn’t mean__________out your secret.
——But you know, letting out one's secret means________one' s feelings. A，to let; to hurt B，letting; hurting
C，to let; hurting D，letting; to hurt
6，The small factories___________from the fall of the prices. A，benefited B，benefited C，benefited to D，benefited in
7，You should try to_____new circumstances as quickly as you can A，fit B，suit C，adapt D，adapt to
8，When we climbed up to the top of the mountain, we were all___________. A，out of the breath B，short of the breath
C，out of breath D，short of breaths
9，I was very________ to find that the cinema was not acces?sible to the elderly
or people in wheelchairs.
A，annoyed B，annoying C，annoy D，annoyance
10，Once or twice he has had difficulty making decision on his own, but_________he is an independent man.
A，in all B，in word C，all in all D，word in word
11，——I am taking a mid-term examination in Wenzhou No.2 Middle School this week.
A，Congratulations B，Have fun C，With pleasure D，Good luck.
12，On Oct. 23 , 2008 there was the 6oth sports meet, ________our students took
an active part in.
A，what B，which C，who D，where
13，Whenever we are in ____ trouble, we should never lose______heart. A，a; the B，a; a C，/; / D，/; the
14，The number of the people who joined in the journey down the Mekong River______
A，added up to B，added up C，added…to D，in addition
15，The book Been There, Done That written by a Chinese American graduate is
a real story.
A，made of B，known for C，kept from D，based on
16，He’ll never forget the years _______ he studied with his cousin in Oxford
A，where B，on which C，when D，which
17，——Honey, please don’t play the computer games.
——I ______ play the computer games.
A，ask you don’t B，asked you not to
C，tell you not to D，told you didn’t
18，——would you like to go and see the film with me this evening? ——I am sorry, I can’t because I ________my homework.
A，does B，did C，am doing D，has done
19，We were that the Wenchuan earthquake left the whole city in ruins. A，shocked B，worried about C，worrying D，shocking
20，The actress looks very young but _______she is more than forty years old. A，fortunately B，actually C，happily D，strangely
I’ve loved my mother’s desk since I was just tall enough to see above the top of
it as mother sat doing letters. Standing by her chair, looking at the ink bottle, pen, and white paper, I decided that the act of ___21___ must be the most ___22___ thing in the world.
Years later, during her final illness, mother ___23__ different things for my sister and brother. “But the ___24___”, she said, “is for Elizabeth”.
I never saw her angry, and never saw her cry. I knew she ___25___ me, she showed it in action. But ___26___ a young girl, I wanted heart-to-heart talks ___27___ mother and daughter. They never happened. And a gulf(深渊) opened
between us. I was “too emotional”. ___28___ she lived “on the surface”.
As years passed and I graduated from college, I loved my mother and I wrote to her in ___29__ words and asked her to let me know in any way she chose that she did ___30___ me.
I posted the letter and waited for her answer. ___31___ came. My hope turned to ___32___, then little interest, finally, peace --- it seemed that nothing happened. I couldn’t be sure that the ___33___ had even got to Mother. I only
knew that I had written it, and I could ___34___ trying to make her into someone she was not.
Now the ___35___ of her desk told me, as she’d ___36___ been able to, that she was ___37___ that writing was my chosen work. I ___38___ the desk carefully and found some papers ___39___---- a photo of my father and a one-page letter, folded and refolded many times.
“Give me an answer”, my letter asks, “in any way you chose”. Mother, you always chose the ___40___ that speaks louder than words.
21，A，speaking B，writing C，looking D，listening
22，A，wonderful B，tiring C，funny D. productive
23. A. bought B. gave C. designed D. kept
24. A. pen B. paper C. chair D. desk
25. A. loved B. disliked C. appreciated D. sympathized
26. A. like B. as C. be D. unlike
27. A. with B. among C. beside D. between
28. A. So B. And C. But D. Or
29. A. careful B. active C. thankful D. serious
30. A. ignore B. accept C. forgive D. dislike
31. A. No one B. None C. Something D. Neither
32. A. surprise B. joy C. disappointment D. happiness
33. A. ides B. information C. news D. letter
34. A. stand B. stop C. continue D. practice
35. A. present B. appearance C. shape D. sight
36. A. always B. ever C. never D. often
37. A. sorry B. encouraged C. regretful D. pleased
38. A. moved B. cleaned C. fixed D. emptied
39. A. inside B. outside C. below D. above
40. A. gesture B. method C. action D. way
Balzac was good at buying things at its lowest price. One day he wanted to buy a vase in a shop window that was much more expensive than he could offer. Not being able to make the shopkeeper cut down its price very much, he left without further talking. Collecting a half dozen of his friends, he explained his wish to them and they worked a plan. The first would enter the shop and make an offer, lower than the marked price. Not getting the vase at his price, he would walk out. Shortly after another would enter and ask for a price lower than the first. In this way, each of the others would offer a price lower than the one before, and the last of his friends made a great effort to attempt to get it at the lowest price. Before long Balzac himself would return, offer more than the last two or three persons made and trust to luck. The plan worked--- Balzac got the vase at his price!
41，Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A，vase in the window was placed much higher than Balzac could reach. B，At first the price of the vase was much higher than Balzac could offer. C，Balzac always wanted to buy a vase that was much more expensive than he
D，Balzac was very poor. He couldn’t buy the vase at a high price.
42，How many friends did Balzac gather?
A，Six B，Twelve C，Ten D，Five
43，Who asked for the lowest price?
A，The first one. B，The second one.
C，The last of his friends. D，Balzac.
44，What kind of person does the writer try to tell us about Balzac and his friends? A，Unkind B，Dishonest C，Selfish D，Clever
How does a place become a World Heritage Site ( 世界遗产 ) ? It takes a lot of
people to decide.
1 ) If a country wants one of its places to be on the World Heritage List, it has to ask UNESCO ( 联合国教科文组织 ) . The place must be important and special.
UNESCO put the Great Wall on the list in 1987 because, it said, it was a great part of Chinese culture and beautifully made to go with the land. When a country asks, it must also make a plan for taking care of the place.
2 ) The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO talks about different places and decides whether to put them on the list. The committee meets every June. Many experts help the committee to decide.
3 ) After a new place goes on the list, UNESCO gives money to help keep it looking good. If a place is in serious danger, it may be put on the list of World Heritage Sites in Danger. UNESCO gives special care and help to those places. 4 ) Countries have to give UNESCO regular reports about places on the list. If UNESCO thinks a country isn’t taking good enough care of a place, the site will be taken off the list.
45，The passage implies that ________.
A，becoming a world heritage site takes hard work.
B，a place with beautiful scenery is often on the World Heritage List. C，a place which was taken good care of is often on the World Heritage List. D，the Great Wall become a World Heritage Site for its history.
46，If a place successfully becomes a World Heritage Site, the country ________. A，can ask UNESCO for more money and help
B，should continue to take special care of it
C，won’t take trouble of caring for it
D，will try to put it on the List of World Heritage Sites in Danger 47，The passage mainly discusses ________.
A，how the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO decides a World Heritage Site B，how the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO protects a World Heritage Site C，how the Great Wall becomes a World Heritage Site
D，how a place becomes s World Heritage Site
48，The purpose of putting a place on the World Heritage List is ________. A，to attract more tourists from other countries
B，to get more money and help from other countries
C，to have it taken better care of
D，to make it known to other countries
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49，If you wanted to place an ad. , what number would you call? A，800-0739 B，800-1932 C，800-5224 D，800-0667
50，“Classified Ads” may probably mean “???________”.
A. ads about everyone’s life
B. ads giving one some necessary information
C. ads divided into different groups according to a certain rules D. ads for which you needn’t pay any money
51，If you want to find a part-time job, you will look at________. A. For Rent B. For Sale C. Help Wanted D. Lost D
His first fight was for the equal rights of black people in South Africa. Then, as the first black president he fought to unite the country and organize the government. Now Nelson Mandela has set his sights on a new enemy, AIDS. On March 19 the 82-year-old, former president, hosted his second AIDS-awareness concert. He warned that 25 million people in Africa were already infected with the fatal disease.
Mandela was born in a small village in South Africa in 1918. He was adopted (收
养) by the chief of his tribe (部族) and could have been a chief himself and lived
a happy country life.
But he refused to be a chief when his people lived under racial discrimination ( 种族歧视). He decided to fight for equal rights for all the people in South Africa. Before 1990, under the country’s Racial Segregation Law (种族隔离法), colored
and white people lived separately. Black people were treated unfairly even when taking a bus. Blacks had to stand at the back of the bus to make room for white people even when there were only a few of them on board.
For his opposition (反对) to the system Mandela was arrested (被捕) and spent
27 years in prison. He was freed in 1990 and become the president of the country after the first elections were held in which everyone could vote. Mandela was not only a political fighter who attacked with speeches. He was also a trained boxer (拳击手) and fought in the ring when he was young.
“ Although I did not enjoy the violence of boxing, I was interested in how one moved one’s body to protect oneself, how one used a strategy both to attack and retreat (撤退),” he wrote in his autobiography.
As a skilful fighter, he chose music as his weapon against AIDS. He hopes to win another victory against AIDS.
52，Nelson Mandela succeeded in doing the following except _____. A. winning the equal rights for the black people in South Africa B. uniting South Africa
C. organizing a government in South Africa
D. controlling the spread of AIDS
53，If Nelson Mandela hadn’t fought against racial discrimination, he _____.
A. could easily have been the president of South Africa
B. could still have lived a happy life
C. could have been in a difficult situation
D. would have been an excellent boxer
54，It can be inferred that Nelson Mandela _____.
A. continues to help the black people with the political struggle B. is taking a position in a music group
C. is taking on the world’s greatest fight against AIDS
D. is preparing for the next election of president
55，Which statement can best describe the life of Nelson Mandela? A. Struggle is his life. B. Sports make his fame.
C. Fight for equal rights. D. Great fighter against government. 第二节？共5小题；每小题2分！满分10分，
_____56___. The time and money that doctors spend on their medical education are probably one reason for this problem. A visit to a doctor’s office costs from fifteen to fifty dollars. It is impossible to pay for the medical care they need. _____57_____. Most doctors, however, disagree. They say that they were required to study medicine for a long time. Tuition？学费， for many years
of medical education costs a lot of money. Doctors say that it is necessary for
most medical students to borrow money from a bank to pay their tuition.???????? _____58_____, young doctors need a lot of money for their work. _____59_____. Therefore it is possible that the high cost of medical care in American is unnecessary. Because high tuition is one cause of high costs, _____60_____.
A，It is possible for the poor people to see the doctor in America. B，Many people in the United States think that doctors are overpaid C，One way to lower costs would be to have medical schools that are free or have low tuition
D，They are not willing to pay high tuition for the doctors
E，The cost of medical care in the United States is very high
F，Because this money must be repaid to the bank
G，So, they charge people high prices for medical care
I saw an accident happened on my way to home this afternoon. A girl was crossing the street on a zebra crossing while a young man drove a motorbike towards her. The young man saw the girl and tried to stop, and he drove too fast to stop. He hit the girl and fell off her motorbike. The girl was badly hurt and couldn’t move. The young man didn’t know how to do. I ran to a phone box nearby and dialed 110. Soon the police reached. They sent her hospital at once. One of the policeman talked to the young man and wrote something down while was talking. I think it is very dangerous to drive very fast. 第二节(书面表达？满分20，
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Ladies and Gentlemen,
Welcome to our city. Now let me introduce …
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Ladies and Gentlemen,
Welcome to our city. Now let me introduce …
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I saw an accident happened on my way to home this afternoon. A girl was crossing
the street on a zebra crossing while a young man drove a motorbike towards her.
The young man saw the girl and tried to stop, and he drove too fast to stop. He
hit the girl and fell off her motorbike. The girl was badly hurt and couldn’t
move. The young man didn’t know how to do. I ran to a phone box nearby and
what 110. Soon the police reached.
They sent her? hospital at once. One of the policeman talked to the young
man and wrote something down while? was talking. I think it is very dangerous
to drive very fast.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Welcome to our city. Now let me introduce our city to you. Our city is a newly-built modern city. It was set up in the early 1980s, but it has been developing rapidly. From here you can travel to anywhere by water, by air or by land. Recently another freeway which is connected with Beijing has started being used. The areas around our city are rich in natural resources. And we have enough supplies of electricity and other forms of energy. The public order is very nice. Besides, the governments of our country and our city support foreign investors in many aspects. We expect more and more friends to come and invest in our city.
That’s all. Thank you!