1.Where was the man last night?
A. At home. B. At the studio. C. At the theatre.
2. What is the man doing probably?
A. Having a drink. B. Making dinner. C. Working out.
3. How does the man feel now probably?
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4.When does the man advise the woman to meet Peter?
A. At 6:20. B. At 6:40 C. At 6:50
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A book. B. A writer. C. An assignment.
6. Which place is probably the nearest to the woman’s house?
A.The supermarket. B. The cafe. C. The police station.
7. Where is the Spanish restaurant?
A. Behind the bank. B. Opposite the post office. C. Next to the Chinese restaurant.
8. How does the man want to change his coat?
A. By adding two pockets in the front. B. By widening its shoulders. C. By making it smaller.
9. Who’ s the woman probably?
A. A receptionist. B. A tailor C. A saleswoman.
10. When is the program American People shown on TV?
A. On Thursdays and Fridays. B. On Thursdays and Saturdays. C. On Fridays and Saturdays.
11. What is the man interested in probably?
A. Music B. Sports. C. Fashion
12.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Colleagues. B. Relatives. C. Friends.
13. Where are the speakers?
A. In China. B. In Canada. C. In The UK
14. How did the man feel about his accommodation in Toronto?
A. Proud. B. Disappointed. C. Surprised.
15. What is the PATH?
A. An underground city. B. A walking street. C. A TV show.
16. What is the man going to do tomorrow?
A. Sleep off the jet lag. B. Visit his uncle. C. Show his photos.
17.How did Jack Hawken become wealthy?
A. By exporting wool. B. By growing crops. C. By developing tourism.
18. How long did the Hawken family own Haybridge Hall?
A. For around ten years. B. For around fifty years. C. For around a century.
19. Which part of England did the Yardley family come from?
A. The south. B. The north. C. The east.
20. What do we know about Haybridge Hall?
A. It was called Dawson Hall originally B. It changed a lot in the last 500 years.
C. It was once used by the army.
National Gallery of Canada
Position National Gallery (美术馆) of Canada
380 Sussex Drive (大道) P.O. Box 427, Station A Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1N 9N4
Telephone: 613-990-1985 or 1-800-319-ARTS Fax: 613-993-4385
From Highway 417, take the Metcalfe exit (出口). Follow Metcalfe Street around the Museum of Nature and continue to the north until you reach the end of the street at Wellington. You will see Parliament Hill. Turn right onto Wellington Street and continue in the left-
-hand road until you reach Sussex Drive. As you approach Sussex Drive, you will see the Chateau Laurier hotel on your left-hand side. Make a left turn onto Sus-sex Drive and continue until you see the Gallery on your left-hand side, at the corner of St. Patrick and Sussex. The Gallery is a large glass building with two towers. Just beyond the St. Patrick / Sussex crossroads you will see the entrance to the Gallery’s underground parking.
Opening Hours ◆ 1 May — 30 September
Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, Thursdays to 8 pm. ◆ 1 October — 30 April
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm; Thurs-days until 8 pm. Closed Mondays.
Closed Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and 2 January 2012 (Monday).
Tickets $9: Adults $7: The elderly and full-time students (ID required)
$4: Youth (12-19) $18: Family (2 adults, 3 youths)
Free admission for children under 12 and members of the Gallery.
Free admission Thursdays after 5 pm.
21. Which of the following is the closest to the Gallery?
A. The Metcalfe exit. B. The Museum of Nature.
C. Parliament Hill. D. The Chateau Laurier hotel.
22. How many days will the Gallery be closed in January 2012?
A. For 2 days. B. For 4 days. C. For 5 days. D. For 6 days.
23. If a family of four (two adults and two children) visit the Gallery on Thursday at 6:00 pm, they need to pay ________.
A. 0 dollars B. 14 dollars C. 18 dollars D. 26 dollars
In the far, far future, bicycles and perhaps skates may be run by jet power, and a new thing to ride may be a small flying saucer (飞碟). Imagine a race between them!
There may be telepathy helmets (心灵感应帽) that send thought waves from your brain to that of your friend miles away. You just think a thought and your friend knows it! You can have secrets with each other that nobody else can turn in on!
What about the food of the future? Scientists think that much of it will be artificial — made in factories from such surprising things as coal, limestone, air, and water. The artificial food will be healthful because all the things that you need to live a long and healthy life will be put into it.
The future hospitals will probably have “body banks” that can give you almost any new part you need to keep on living. People of the future may live to be a lot older than 100 years.
What about highways of the future? Well, a very small child probably will be able to drive a car. Nobody will need to steer (驾驶). Electric signals will hold each car on the right road to get wherever the “driver” wants to go. And it probably will be impossible for cars to smash together. Controls that won’t even have to be touched will make all speeding cars miss each other or will put on the brakes. Driving cars will be as safe as being at home.
But maybe the most wonderful surprise in the future will be weather control. Cities may have giant plastic domes (圆顶罩) over them to keep out snow, rain, or storms. When you plan a picnic in a park, you won’t have to worry about rain. It will rain only when the “weatherman” thinks it is necessary to fresh the air inside the city. All other days will be fair and warm.[来源:Z_xx_k.Com]
The future should be a wonderful time in which to live and the time we are living in now is also a wonderful future to the people who lived 100 years ago.[来源:Zxxk.Com]
24. The underlined word “that” in Paragraph 2 refers to ______.
A. telepathy helmet B. the brain C. thought wave D. the secret
25. What can we learn from the passage?
A. With telepathy helmets, we can share our thoughts without any word.
B. The artificial food made from coal and limestone tastes the most delicious in the future.
C. There will be “body banks” instead of hospitals in the future.
D. Plastic domes themselves can automatically control the weather.
26. The author’s attitude towards the future life is ______.
A. optimistic B. pessimistic C. satisfied D. doubtful
John von Neumann was the oldest of 3 children of a banker, and his speed of learning new ideas and of solving problems stood out early. At 17, his father tried to persuade him not to become a mathematician because he may lead a poor life being a mathematician, and so von Neumann agreed to study chemistry as well. In 1926, at 23, he received a degree in chemical engineering and a Ph.D. in mathematics. From then on, mathematics provided well enough for him, and he never had to turn to chemistry.
In 1930, von Neumann visited Princeton University for a year and then became a professor there. His first book was published in 1932. In 1933, the Institute for Advanced Study was formed, and he became one of the 6 full-time people in the School of Mathematics (Einstein was one of the others).
World War II hugely changed von Neumann’s areas of interest. Until 1940 he had been a great pure (纯粹的) mathematician. During and after the war, he became one of the best mathematicians who put mathematics theories into practice. During the last part of the war he became interested in computing machines and made several fundamental contributions. After the war, von Neumann continued his work with computers, and was generally very active in government service. He received many awards, was president of the American Mathematical Society and was a member of the Atomic Energy Commission. He died in 1957 of cancer.
Von Neumann made several great contributions and any one of them would have been enough to earn him a firm place in history. He will be remembered as one of the greatest minds of the 20th century.
Von Neumann really was a legend (传奇) in his own time, and there are a number of stories about him. His driving ability is a part of this legend. He reported one accident this way: “I was driving down the road. The trees on the right were passing me in an orderly fashion at 60 miles per hour. Suddenly one of them stepped in my path.”
27. According to the text, Von Neumann’s father believed that ________.
A. a mathematician couldn’t earn a lot of money
B. a mathematician needed a good memory
C. Von Neumann had the ability to learn two subjects at the same time
D. Von Neumann had a gift for solving problems at a high speed
28. Von Neumann published his first book at the age of ________.
A. 23 B. 26 C. 29 D. 32
29. How did World War II affect John Von Neumann?
A. He realized the importance of engineering.
B. He began to research how to put mathematics into practice.
C. He left college and served at the government department.
D. He lost interest in chemistry.
30. From the last paragraph, we can infer John Von Neumann was _______.
A. calm B. brave C. intelligent D. humorous
Have you ever changed your mind, or even given up a dream because you were afraid of what someone else might think of you? If you’re often worried about what friends, family, or even strangers in the street might think, then you’re using up a huge amount of energy worrying. 31 But the steps below should help.[来源:Zxxk.Com]
Step 1: Ask yourself what matters to you.
Maybe you can’t stand the gym, but your best friend works out every day. It’s natural for people around you to have different values from you. 32 [来源:学&科&网Z&X&X&K]
Step 2: 33
The truth is that I’m not the centre of the world, and neither are you! Most of the people around you are far too busy going about their own lives to think much about you.
Step 3: Recognize that their opinion can’t hurt you.
There are a few cases where opinions will make a difference. 34 But the people who really matter are going to love you for who you are.
Step 4: 35
You can’t control people’s thoughts. You’ve got no idea what might go through their head, or why. You can’t please everyone all of the time, and there’s no need to try to.
A. Do whatever you want to do.
B. This is a hard habit to get rid of.
C. You should make everyone around you happy.
D. So just be clear and honest with yourself.
E. Remember that they’re not all watching you.
F. Accept that you can’t control what people think.
G. For instance, your boss’s opinion is usually important to you.
There was once a famous king whose name was Tamerlane. Like Alexander the Great, he 36 to become the master of the whole world. So he raised a great 37 and made war on other countries. He conquered many kings and 38 many cities. But at last his army was beaten; and Tamerlane escaped alone from the field of 39 .
For a long time he wandered in 40 from place to place. His enemies were 41 him. He was about to lose all hope.
One day he was 42 under a tree, thinking of his failure. He had now been a wanderer for twenty days. He couldn’t 43 any longer. Suddenly he saw a small object climbing up the trunk (树干) of the tree. He looked more 44 and saw it was an ant, 45 a grain of wheat as large as itself.
There was a 46 in the tree only a little way above, and that was the home of the ant.
“You are 47 , Mr. Ant,” he said, “but you are carrying something that is too heavy for you.” Just as he 48 , the ant lost its footing and fell to the ground. But it 49 held on to the grain of wheat. Tamerlane 50 the little insect. It tried the second time, the third time ... the twentieth time — but always with the same 51 . Then it tried the twenty-first time. 52 , one little step at a time, it climbed across the rough place where it had 53 so often. The next minute it climbed 54 into its home, carrying the grain of wheat. “Well done!” said Tamerlane, “you’ve taught me a lesson. I, too, will try, try again, 55 I succeed.”
And this he did.
36.A. failed B. learned C. chose D. wished
37.A. party B. family C. army D. group
38.A. burned B. defended C. rebuilt D. developed
39.A. business B. battle C. sports D. wheat
40.A. peace B. relief C. puzzlement D. fear
41.A. fighting against B. looking for C. caring about D. calling on
42.A. lying B. singing C. sleeping D. practicing
43.A. grow up B. get around C. carry on D. stay up
44.A. quickly B. excitedly C. seriously D. closely
45.A. eating B. carrying C. discovering D. picking
46.A. hole B. cave C. leaf D. flower
47.A. hungry B. small C. brave D. smart
48.A. discussed B. explained C. complained D. spoke
49.A. only B. still C. also D. even
50.A. watched B. touched C. helped D. guided
51.A. goal B. method C. result D. reason
52.A. Hurriedly B. Gently C. Slowly D. Sadly
53. A. stopped B. appeared C. prepared D. fallen
54.A. worriedly B. safely C. freely D. calmly
55.A. till B. after C. if D. because
56.Although he has limited (技术的）knowledge, the old editor has a lot of experience.
57. Mother went shopping; (与此同时地), I cleaned the house.
58. It was a classic (案例) of bad management.
59. Doctor Smith will be with you as your （向导）.
60. When building (材料) cost more，the price of houses increases.
61. In Europe, people paid for (货物) with gold or silver.
62. What (使…欣喜) and thrilled the fans nationwide was that the young player performed extremely well in the table tennis tournament.
63. England and Scotland (合并) in 1706.
64. Apart from learning a musical instrument, some children also (向…挑战)themselves by learning a language different from what their parents speak at home.
65. The idea for the advertisement is (创造性的).
Some motivations, such as money and praise, are external (外部的). Bosses 66. (usual) use them to encourage their employees 67. (work) hard. Other motivations, 68. ( include)
fun, personal growth and feeling, are internal. These are 69. (good) than external ones, because they represent things 70. can never be taken away.
Since there are 71. large number of existing motivations, it is important to now which
72. (one) are persuasive to you. When73. (choose) a career, you should think about what your motivations are and make 74. (decision) accordingly. 75. ( inspire) by your motivations, you will be able to achieve success.
People can’ t be perfectly in every way. How we can do is to change ourselves to become
a better person. Recently I felt rather worrying because I didn’t well in my monthly exam. I
had been prepared well for it and worked hard for the long time. But my efforts didn’ t bring
any results. I told my mom all my feelings, and I couldn’ t help crying. She sat next to us but said
nothing until l stop crying. She wiped away the tear on my face and gave me a warm hug. I’ ll
never forget when she said ”Trust me.You are good ”. She gave me lots of energy, but l realized
that sometimes the process is more important than the result.
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