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    ;21.Jumpingoutof_________airplaneatten ;thousandfeetisquite_________exciting ;experience.

    ;A./;theB./;an

    ;C.an;anD.the;the

    ;22.Whenweplanourvacation,motheroften ;offers______suggestions.

    ;A.carefulB.practical

    ;C.effectiveD.acceptable

    ;23.Ireallyappreciate_________torelaxwith ;youonthisniceisland.

    ;A.tohavehadtimeB.havingtime

    ;C.tohavetimeD.tohavingtime

    ;24.Everytwomonthshisfatheraskedhisson ;tovisitthemuseuminorderto_________ ;hisinterestinscience.

    ;A.developB.grow

    ;C.buildD.make

    ;25.Theyaskedthegirl_________shehad ;madesuchrapidprogress.

    ;A.itwashowthatB.howitwasthat

    ;C.wasitthathowD.howwasitthat

    ;26.Industrialproductionhasrisen_________ ;twofifthsinthepastthreeyears. ;A.byB.forC.withD.at

    ;27.Weallwrite_________,evenwhenthere ;isnotmuchtosay.

    ;A.nowandthenB.byandby

    ;C.stepbystepD.moreorless

    ;28.Itisnotwhoisrightbutwhatisright

;_________isofimportance.

    ;A.whichB.it

    ;C.thatD.this

    ;29.dnWheredidyougettoknowher? ;dnItwasonthefarm________weworked. ;A.thatB.there

    ;C.whichD.where

    ;30.Ismellsometing_________inthe ;kitchen.CanIcallyoubackinaminute? ;A.burntB.burning

    ;C.beingburntD.tobeburnt

    ;31.Ifyouwanttoseeadoctor,youfixadate ;withhimaheadoftime.Thatisacommon ;_________intheUSA.

    ;A.senseB.practiceC.ruleD.reality ;32.Recitingdoesmuchgoodinlanguage ;learningandit________helpstolearn ;sciencesubjectsbetter.

    ;A.onthecontraryB.bychance

    ;C.inturnD.ontime

    ;33.Rice,cottonandvegetableseedsare ;sometimesgrowninspecialseedbeds ;_________theyareplantedinthefields. ;A.untilB.when

    ;C.afterD.before

    ;34._________thelatesttechnologies,Chin- ;esescientistsgrowvegetablesingreen ;houses.

    ;A.TouseB.Used

    ;C.UsingD.Tohaveused

    ;35._________bodylanguageandtheirfaces ;areimportantintheirshows,theydonot ;usethemake-upthatclownsuse. ;A.SinceB.Nowthat

    ;C.WhereD.Although

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    ;?A?????????\,???b???????B?:????????7, ;Yearsagoafarmerownedlandalongthe ;Atlanticseacoast.Heconstantly36for ;hiredhands.Mostpeoplewere37to ;workonfarmsalongtheAtlantic.Theyfeared ;theterriblestormsthatblewacrosstheAt- ;lantic,38thebuildingsandcrops.Asthe ;farmer39applicantsforthejob,here- ;ceivedrefusals.

    ;40,ashort,thinman,wellpast

    ;middleage,wenttothefarmer.dlAreyoua ;goodfarmhand?dethefarmeraskedhim. ;dlWell,Ican41whenthewind

    ;blows,deansweredthelittleman. ;Although42bythisanswer,the

    ;farmer,ingreatneedof43,hiredhim. ;Thelittlemanworkedwellaroundthefarm, ;44fromdawntodusk,andthefarmerfelt ;45themand_swork.

    ;Thenonenightthewindblewhard. ;46outofbed,thefarmertookalantern ;(???H)andrushednextdoortothehired ;handd_ssleepingroom.He47thelittle ;manandcried,dl48!Astormiscom- ;ing!Tiethingsdown49theyblow ;away!de

    ;Thelittlemanrolledoverinbedand ;said50,dlNosir.Itoldyou,Icansleep ;whenthewindblows.de

    ;Annoyedbytheresponse,thefarmer ;51firedhimonthespot.52,he

    ;hurriedoutsideto53forthestorm.To ;hisamazement,he54everythingwastied ;down.Nothingcouldbeblownaway. ;Thefarmerthenunderstoodwhathis ;hiredhand55,sohereturnedtohisbed ;toalsosleepwhilethewindblew. ;36.A.calledB.asked

    ;C.advertisedD.sent

    ;37.A.unhealthyB.unlucky

    ;C.unableD.unwilling

    ;38.A.destroyingB.hitting

    ;C.strikingD.knocking

    ;39.A.facedB.interviewed

;C.invitingD.asking

    ;40.A.FinallyB.Suddenly

    ;C.GenerallyD.Actually

    ;41.A.singB.eatC.sleepD.stand ;42.A.shockedB.puzzled

    ;C.pleasedD.frightened

    ;43.A.supportB.timeC.moneyD.help ;44.A.freeB.happyC.relaxedD.busy ;45.A.surprisedatB.crazyabout ;C.satisfiedwithD.curiousabout ;46.A.RunningB.Jumping

    ;C.GoingD.Coming

    ;47.A.beatB.shookC.movedD.kicked ;48.A.GetupB.SitupC.StayupD.Goup ;49.A.ifB.unlessC.beforeD.though ;50.A.loudlyB.quietly

    ;C.firmlyD.excitedly

    ;51.A.alreadyB.almostC.evenD.ever ;52.A.AnywayB.Somehow

    ;C.InsteadD.Indeed

    ;53.A.waitB.answerC.prepareD.look ;54.A.knewB.watched

    ;C.learnedD.discovered

    ;55.A.meantB.wrote

    ;C.askedD.explained

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    ;Tomarrivedatthebusstationquiteearly ;forParisbus.ThebusforPariswouldnot ;leaveuntilfivetotwelve.Hesawalotof ;peoplewaitinginthestation.Somewere ;standinginline(???s),otherswerewalking ;around.Therewasagroupofschoolgirls. ;Theirteacherwastryingtokeeptheminline. ;Tomlookedaroundbuttherewasnoplacefor ;himtosit.

    ;Hewalkedintothestationcafe(???? ;??),helookedupattheclockthere.Itwas ;W?T?f?B???????t?(???D?????k??????(5)?? ;3

    ;hechildrenshouldeducatethemselves. ;4

    ;onlytwentytotwelve.Hefoundaseatandsat ;downbeforealargemirroronthewall.Just

    ein ;then,Mike,oneofTomd_sworkmatescam;andsatwithTom.

    ;dlWhattimeisyourbus?deaskedMike. ;dlThered_splentyoftimeyet,deanswered ;Tom.

    ;dlWell,Idellgetyousomemoreteathen,dl ;saidMike.

    ;Theytalkedwhiledrinking.ThenTom ;lookedattheclockagain.dlOh!Itd_sgoing ;backward(?p??)!deHecried.dlAfewminutes ;agoitwastwentytotwelveandnowitd_shalf ;pasteleven.de

    ;dlYoud_relookingattheclockinthemir- ;ror.desaidMike.Tomwassosad.Thenext ;buswasnottoleaveforanotherhour.Since ;thenTomhasneverlikedmirrors.

    ;56.Tomwentintothestationcafebecause ;A.Mikeaskedhimtohaveacupoftea ;B.itwasquiteearlyandhecouldfinda ;seatthere

    ;C.hedidnd_tliketostaywiththeschool- ;girls

    ;D.hewantedtohaveadrinkwithhis ;workmatethere

    ;57.WhattimewasitinfactwhenTomlooked ;attheclockinthemirror?

    ;A.HalfpasttwelveB.Twentytotwelve ;C.HalfpastelevenD.Halfpastone ;58.Fromthestoryweknowthatwhenwe ;lookataclockinamirror,wewillfind ;A.thetimeisright

    ;B.itd_sgoingslower.

    ;C.itd_sgoingbackward

    ;D.itd_sgoingfaster

    ;59.Whichofthefollowingistrue? ;A.TomarrivedinParisontime

    ;B.Thenextbuswouldleaveinhalfan ;hour

    ;C.AfterthatTomdidnd_tlikeclocksany ;longer

    ;D.Tomlookedattheclockinthemirror ;onlyonce

    ;B

    ;About1966orso,aNASA(?????I???I ;?3?F)teamdoingworkfortheApollomoon ;missiontooktheastronautsnearTubaCity. ;TherethelandscapeoftheNavajoReserva- ;tion(?????7)looksverymuchlikethelunar ;surface.Amongallthetrucksandlargevehi- ;clesweretwolargefiguresthatweredressed ;infulllunarspacesuits.

    ;NearbyaNavajoshepherd(??????)and ;hissonwerewatchingthestrangecreatures ;walkabout,occasionallybeingwatchedover ;byotherNASAworkers.ThetwoNavajopeo- ;plewerenoticedandapproachedbythe ;NASApeople.Sincetheshepherdandhisson ;didnotknowEnglish,theyaskedtheNASA ;peoplewhothestrangecreatureswere.The ;NASApeopletoldthemthattheywerejust ;menthatweregettingreadytogotothe ;moon.Theshepherdbecameveryexcitedand ;askedifhecouldsendamessagetothemoon ;withtheastronauts.

    ;TheNASAofficialsthoughtthiswasa ;greatideasotheyprovidedataperecorder. ;Afterthemangavethemhismessage,they ;askedhissontotranslate.Hissonwouldnot. ;Later,theytriedafewmorepeopleonthe ;reservationtotranslateandeverypersonthey ;askedwouldchuckle(?????7?m)andthen ;refusetotranslate.Finally,withcashinhand ;someonetranslatedthemessage.

    ;dlWatchoutfortheseguys,theyhave ;cometotakeyourland!de

    ;60.TheappearanceoftheNavajoReservation ;isverysimilartothatof_________. ;A.theTubaCity

    ;B.themoon

    ;C.theNASAresearchcenter

    ;D.theApollomoonmission

    ;61.WhentheolderNavajoheardthatthe ;meninfrontofhimweregoingtothe

    ;moon,he_________.

    ;A.feltfrightenedandranawayquickly ;B.chattedexcitedlywiththeNASAworkers ;44

    ;C.gotonthemoderntrucksandlargevehi- ;clesforfun

    ;D.triedtosaysomethingtothemooncrea- ;tures

    ;62.Thesondidnottranslatethewordshisfa- ;thersaidbecause_________.

    ;A.hehadtroubleinunderstandinghisfa- ;ther

    ;B.thewordshisfatherusedweretoodiffi- ;culttobetranslated

    ;C.hisfatherwassendingawarninga- ;gainsttheNASApeople

    ;D.hebelievedthattheNASAworkers ;couldunderstandtheirlanguage

    ;63.Accordingtothispassage,wecanknow ;thattheshepherdwas_________.

    ;A.patientandbrave

    ;B.foolishandimpolite

    ;C.humorousandintelligent

    ;D.knowledgeableandtalkative

    ;C

    ;Notjustforpeople

    ;Likepeople,animalsalsotaketimeoutto ;rest.Youd_veprobablyseenaliondozingat ;thezoo,ormaybewatchedyourdogsnooze ;(?????z)awayinitsbed.Infact,sleepisa ;necessityforeveryanimal.Thisincludes ;whales,eaglesandevenfruitflies(???Q). ;Howlongananimalsleeps,though,varies ;widely.Elephantssleeponly2to4hoursa ;day,whilebatsmaynodoffforupto20 ;hours.Bystudyingsimilaritiesanddifferences ;inwhenandhowlongdifferentanimalssleep, ;researchershopetobetterunderstandwhythe ;needforrestisimportanttoallanimals. ;Whatissleep?

    ;Scientistsknowthatourbodychangesbe- ;tweentwotypesofsleepduringthenight. ;Inthefirsttype,brainactivityslowsas ;thebodyentersadeepsleep.Inthesecond ;type,knownasrapid-eyemovement(REM)

    ;sleep,oureyesmovequicklyundertheirlids ;andourbrainsbecomealmostasactiveas ;theyarewhenwed_reawake.Thisperiodis ;alsowhenwedream.

    ;Unlikereptiles(?E????),amphibians(?/ ;?o????),andfish,alllandmammals(?????? ;??)andbirdsexperiencethistypeofresting. ;dlREMsleepisquiteamystery,desaidJerome ;Siegel,whostudiesanimalsd_sleepattheUni- ;versityofCalifornia,LosAngeles.Re- ;searchersdond_tknowwhypeopleoranyother ;animalsdoit.

    ;OnethingREM-sleepinganimalshavein ;commonisthattheyd_reallrelativelyintelli- ;gent.ResearcherswonderiftheneedforREM ;sleep,withitsbusybrainactivity,hassome- ;thingtodowiththat.

    ;Strangesleep

    ;Whilesomeanimals,likedolphinsand ;whales,havenoREMsleep,theykeepsome ;strangesleepinghabits.Whentheysleep,just ;halfoftheirbrainsleepsandonlyoneeye ;closesatatime.Keepingpartlyalertmaybe ;onewaytheseanimalsprotectthemselvesin ;theopenocean.Siegelsays:dlTheyhaveno ;safeplacetosleep.de

    ;Ducksdosomethingsimilar.Whensleep- ;ingtogether,thebirdsontheedgeofthe ;groupsleepwiththeoutsideeyeopenand ;halfoftheirbrainawakednmaybetokeep ;watchwhiletheotherhalfoftheirbrainrests. ;Thefactthatallanimalsmaketimefor ;sleeping,evenunderpotentiallydangerous ;circumstances,suggeststhatsleepmustserve ;acrucialfunction.

    ;64.Whatdoesthetextfocuson?

    ;A.Thefunctionofsleep.

    ;B.Theimportanceofsleep.

    ;C.Twotypesofsleep.

    ;D.Animalsd_differentsleepinghabits. ;65.AllofthefollowingarefeaturesofREM ;sleepexceptthat_________.

    ;A.youarelikelytodream

    ;B.youhavethedeepestsleep

;C.thereisbusybrainactivity

    ;D.theeyesmovefastunderthelids

    ;66.Wecanlearnfromthetextthat________. ;W?By,yffy?????????t?(???D?????k??????(5)?? ;5

    ;elieveinourselvesandouwillseethesuccessinrontoou.

    ;4

    ;A.anelephantusuallysleepslongerthan ;alion

    ;B.allmammalsareREM-sleepinganimals ;C.itd_sbelievedthatREMsleepcanpro- ;moteanimalsd_intelligence

    ;D.someanimalssleepwithoneeyeopen ;toprotectthemselvesfromharm

    ;67.Accordingtothetext,aduckontheedge ;ofagroupmostprobablysharesitssleep- ;inghabitwith_________.

    ;A.abatB.adog

    ;C.awhaleD.anelephant

    ;D

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    ;Testsareavailableatthreelevels:CELS ;Higher,CELSVantageandCELSPreliminary. ;So,if,forexample,youareparticularlygood ;atreadingbuthavedifficultyinspeaking ;English,youcouldtakeaCELSHighertest ;inReading,CELSVantagetestsinListening ;andWriting,and,forspeaking,aCELSPre- ;liminarytest.Oryoucoulddecidenottotake ;aspeakingtestatall.

    ;ThosearelinkedtootherCambridgeES- ;OLexaminationlevels,suchastheFirstCer- ;tificateinEnglish.CELSisalsoaccreditedas ;partoftheUKNationalQualificationsFrame- ;work.

    ;Formoreinformationonthese,youcan ;downloadacopyoftheCELSHandbookfrom ;CambridgeEsolChinesewebsiteatwww. ;cambridgeesolchina.com.cn.Youcanalsovisit

    ;www.alte.orgforanoverviewofthedlCan ;Dodestatements,whichspecifywhatyouare ;expectedtobeabletodoateachlevels. ;68.CELSis_________.

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    ;A.writealetterB.telephonetheUK ;C.buyabookaboutitD.visittheinternet ;71.dlCanDodeinthelastparagraph_________. ;A.isasub-titleofapassageofinformation ;B.containsinformationontheUKNQF ;C.isthenameofawebsite

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    ;FarmerEdRawlingssmilesashelooksat ;hisorangetrees.Theyoungorangesare ;growingwellinFloridad_sweather.Warmsun- ;shineandgentlerains,alongwithEdd_sRawl- ;ingsd_expertcare,willproduceagoodcropof ;orangesthisyear.

    ;ButEdhastofightagainstFloridad_s ;changeablewinterweather.InJanuaryand ;February,temperaturescandestroyEdd_sen- ;tireorangecrop.HavingfarmedinFloridafor ;thepast35years,EdRawlingsispreparedfor ;thefrosts.Whentemperaturesdropbelow ;freezing,Edtriestosavehisdropbywatering ;hisorangetrees.Thewaterfreezesandforms ;athinlayeroficeonthetrees.Strangeasit ;maysound,thisthinlayeroficeactually ;keepsthefruitwarm.

    ;Whathappensissimple.Whenthetrees ;arewatered,thewaterlosesheatandbecomes ;ice.Thewarmthoftheheatitlosesissucked

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