1．What is the woman probably?
A．A nurse． B．A policewoman C．A．saleswoman．
2．What are these people going to do?
A．Call their friend． B．Wait a little longer． C．Go back home-
3．Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A．On the film-making spot.
B．Behind a big window．
C．Just in the snow．
4．What can you learn about the man?
A．He is quite confident． B．He is very slow． C．He is rather upset．
5．How much did the mans wife pay for her cost?
A．$80． B．$240． C．$120．
6．Why was Mary waiting for a bus?
A．To go home． B．To go to the park． C．To see a doctor．
7．How did Bill feel when he first heard Mary was going for a walk?
A．Surprised． B．Worried． C．Excited．
8．When did the conversation most likely take place?
A．Early on a cold winter morning．
B．Late in the morning．
C．On a cold winter evening．
9．What is the man most likely to do?
A．To persuade the woman to have a look at his car．
B．To sell his second-hand car．
C．To put up an advertisement．
10．Where is the mans office?
A．In the city center． B．On Hills Road． C．Near the hospital．
11．What can we learn from the conversation?
A．The woman will buy the car．
B．The woman has worked in the hospital for a long time．
C．The car has a history of four years．
12．How many presents has Alice received?
A．Three． B．Four． C．Five．
13．Which is not mentioned in their dialogue?
A．Alices father sends the nicest present to her．
B．Alice likes all the presents she has received．
C．Tom is willing to teach her to skate．
14．What can we learn from the dialogue?
A．Tom is a friend of Alices．
B．Alice will buy more CDs．
C．Alice had skateboards before．
15．What are they talking about?
A．The plans for the summer vacation．
B．The preparations for the final exams．
C．Their language studies．
16．How did the woman learn a lot about language teaching?
A．She attended a language teaching course last year．
B．She was a teacher once．
C．She Seamed Chinese and English very well．
17．What do we Seam from the conversation?
A．The man can write and read Chinese well．
B．The school will end in about two weeks．
C．They are teachers．
18．How can you sometimes leam more about a person?
A．By talking with him．
B．By listening to him．
C．By watching him．
19．Which of the following show a person is interested in listening to you?
A．His eyes are moving around．
B．He is standing still．
C．He is tapping his foot．
20．What can we learn from what the speaker said?
A．Signs can help one follow a speaker along．
B．A fast speaker often uses body language．
C．Signs are usually used on TV．
21．i was driving down the road _____ a dog ran in front of my car, and I had to stop very quickly．
A．where B．when C．which D．That
22．More UN police have been sent there___the situation in Haiti in order．
A．kept B．will keep C．to keep D．keeping
23．Remember not to telephone me after eight桰 a meeting then．
A．will have B．will be having C．have been having D．have been had
24．The film was so popular at that time ____ my old grandmother watched it day and night．
A．then B．that C．as D．while
25．梂hat does the sign over there say?
桸o person ___enter the area without official permission．
A．shall B．will C．must D．may
26．1___ in a foreign company in Shanghai for six years．Still, I don t regret giving up the well
paid job and returning to my hometown．
A．worked B．have worked C．was working D．had worked
27．Mr．Brown said in the court that he ____ the guests outside when the theft happened in the company．
A．met B．had met C．was meeting D．would meet
28．Oh, you have arrived．I thought you ____ in the storm．
A．have been caught up B．are caught up
C．had caught up D．were caught up
29．He ____ have thought the price of housing would rise steadily. Otherwise he wouldnt have bought his house at that time．
A．should B．can C．would D．must
30．—Lucy is crying for your words． 桰m really sorry for that, but i ___ to hurt her．
A．dont mean B, havent meant C．didnt mean D．hadnt meant
31．The government knows what to___ to control the high CPI with the purpose of ensuring peoples living level．
A．take in ． B．take up C．take over D．take down
32．Though___ in a big city, the college student was more interested in village life．
A．raised B．grown C．developed D．lived
33．Actually, ___ works hard can be___ they want to be, whether it is a pilot, an engineer or a manager．
A．whoever; whatever B．no matter who; whoever
C．whoever; no matter what D．anyone; whoever
34．—What a pity!
—Considering his intelligence and diligence, he___ a higher grade．
A．can have achieved B．must have achieved
C．need have achieved D．might have achieved
35．—When should we leave for Paris?
—___．Any time is OK with me．
A．You have the choice B．Its up to you
C．I dont care D．Never mind
My grandma, Jordan, had to give up working because of health problems．You can imagine how 36 she was, as work was almost everything to her．
In 1998, because of a serious disease, she lost her 37 Fortunately, she regained some vision after several years treatment, but she was no longer able to 38 Suddenly, she had a lot of time on 39 ．
Feeling a lack of purpose in her life, Jordan 40 her days with helping sick children that she had 41 through the online prayer chains to which she belonged． 42 , going blind and becoming disabled turned out to be 43 It gave her a new direction．She made a _44 to give suffering kids a little joy and a little hope．
Because daily she received many emails __45__prayers for children suffering from different types of cancer and other illnesses, Jordan 46 the Love and Hope Foundation to help those children．She decided to 47 their stories with pictures on a web site so that others who wanted to help these kids could join and 48
She once believed that she wasnt of much use to anybody 49 ．How wrong she was! What began as a hobby 50 into a fail-time job almost overnight．People from every walk of life are getting 51 in Love and Hope and it is developing very well．
Whats required to become a messenger of hope to a sick child? _52__the desire to help．" Whatever your 53 is．" says Jordan．"You can use it to benefit 54 children and their families．It can truly make a 55 to the lives of these children and you can also get a lot from it．"
36．A．embarrassed B．satisfied C．disappointed D．amazed
37．A．confidence B．eyesight C．hearing D．sense
38．A．walk B．speak C．work D．see
39．A．hands B．mind C．shoulders D．duty
40．A．loaded B．nlled C．added D．covered
41．A．learned about B．thought of C．looked after D．referred to
42．A．Hopefully B．Unfortunately C．Surprisingly D．Particularly
43．A．impressive B．harmful C．useless D．rewarding
44．A．suggestion B．living C．promise D．prediction
45．A．answering B．requesting C．refusing D．pretending
46．A．searched B．held C．built D．created
47．A．sell B．post C．edit D．stick
48．A．share B．keep C．run D．work
49．A．as well B．as usual C．above all D．any more
50．A．turned B．ended C．returned D．resulted
51．A．involved B．employed C．prepared D．concerned
52．A．Even B．Except C．Only D．Yet
53．A．education B．ability C．trouble D．condition
54．A．helpless B．frightened C．suffering D．puzzled
55．A．meaning B．mistake C．response D．difference
True friends are always with you when the rest of the world refuses you．A true friend is like a mirror that shows the real you．True friendship is like a 100% safe journey in this risky and unpredictable world．True friendship is always fresh．
Children can share their feelings, things and thoughts among themselves freely．They comfort their friends when they are in trouble and share their happiness when they are happy．You can find fresh and wonderful friendship among children．
As we grow into teenagers, we will be attracted by worldly （世俗的） things．We will wonder who is a true friend and who is not．We will be busy deciding about our future jobs or following everything that is popular．
When we reach our thirties, we will be busy with our marriage and taking care of our children and their education．But we need somebody to meet and share our ideas with, and we need suggestions from friends．However, we have few true friends because we are all busy working towards our future．
When we grow older, we feel like children again and we need more friends and true friendship．If we are lucky enough to keep our childhood friendships to this age, then that is wonderful．Otherwise, we have to find new friends again to have a wonderful life．
56．The underlined word "risky" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to "___"．
A．boring B．dangerous C．fast D．easy
57．The author talks about friendship among children to explain _____．
A．what true friendship is
B．how to make friends with children
C．his love of childrens friendship
D．the habits of little children
58．Why do we have few true friends when we reach our thirties?
A．Because we like our children more．
B．Because we dont need true friends．
C．Because we are busy with our future．
D．Because we dont need to listen to other people．
59．We can leam from the passage that true friends ___．
A．are always there when you feel lonely
B．always tell you about your mistakes
C．are more important than our career
D．can only be found when we are children
Did you ever tell somebody about something that had happened at work or school that day? If so, you were reporting that event．You may think being a reporter means simply getting ones facts straight and telling a story thats of broad, general interest．But actually its not so easy．
To be a good reporter, you need to be able to read, write, speak and listen effectively．You also need to be able to ask good questions．So making your communication skills the best they can be is quite important if you want to he a good reporter．Keep a notebook or a journal, and remember to practice noting down what happens, whenever and wherever it happens．
In addition, you should obey the following rules．Strive for accuracy．When an issue is debatable, do your best to cover both sides．Dont assume things, and never make up details; reporters are supposed to seek and report the facts．Lying, making up stories or quotes, or misquoting someone will damage your credibility （信誉）．
Avoid expressing personal opinions．As a reporter your job is to report the facts so that others can form their own opinions．Make sure you present all the important details without twisting them to your own viewpoint．
Generally, a story starts with who, what, where, when, why and how．Build details from there, beginning with the most important information and ending with the least important．By including the most important information first, you allow your editor to cut the back of the story if it runs too long．Seek out stories you find interesting．You can report on current events, or you can do feature stories, which are usually of a more general interest．
Carry a camera and a tape recorder so that you have them on hand whenever you need them． Be prepared to turn over your notes．Your news publisher may want to check your information before publishing it．
60．Which of the following is NOT true, according to the text?
A．A good reporter usually gets the facts straight and reports them directly．
B．Reporters should practice noting down whatever happens．
C．Reporters are supposed to report events accurately．
D．A reporter should report any news story objectively．
61．To be a successful reporter, one should ______．
A．report different aspects of any issue．
B．make up some details when necessary．
C．be able to communicate well．
D．carry a tape recorder in order to prove ones identity．
62．According to the author, a reporter should report the facts so as to _____．
A．tell people the details of an event．
B．make the information debatable．
C．let the editors check the information．
D．let readers form their own opinions．
63．When reporting a story, a reporter should _____．
A．first ask people some questions．
B．present the most important information first．
C．tell the story of a specific interest．
D．end with some important information．
One thing we love about soup is that its easy to make and it only needs a few simple ingredients （食材）．Here are four of our favorite, simple homemade soups．Enjoy!
Chicken soup can help fight a cold．You can prepare your soup using a whole chicken or just thin pieces of chicken．Do either of them —although a whole chicken is likely to make your soup more delicious．The main ingredients are: chicken, water, onions, carrots, celery （芹菜）, salt and pepper．
2．White Bean Soup
There are many types of beans to choose from．Its simply a matter of personal taste．Dried beans are more traditional and cost less．However, canned beans also work．The other main ingredients are: onions, tomatoes and carrots．Add salt and pepper to taste．
3．French Onion Soup
When you get French onion soup in a restaurant, it might look a bit difficult to make．Actually, its not．The hardest part is cutting up all those onions 梘et ready for a good cry! The main ingredients are: six sweet onions, butter, water and salt．
4．Garden Vegetable Soup
In summer, you may find yourself with a lot of vegetables that need using up．Throw in potatoes, rice or even some meat with the vegetables．The best thing about this soup is that you can put in whatever you want．The main ingredients are: onions, carrots, celery, tomatoes and potatoes．
64．How can you make the chicken soup more delicious?
A．By adding carrots． B．By using chicken pieces．
C．By adding onions． D．By using a whole chicken．
65．What is the most difficult part when making French onion soup?
A．Getting good onions．
B．Cutting up the onions．
C．Making the soup look good．
D．Buying the ingredients．
66．What might be the best soup in summer time?
A．Chicken soup． B．White bean soup．
C．French onion soup． D．Garden vegetable soup．
67．Which of the following is TRUE?
A．Chicken soup is good if you catch a cold．
B．Canned beans are cheaper than dried beans．
C．Its difficult to make French onion soup．
D．You cannot put meat in garden vegetable soup．
After World War II, America faced the fact that people moved from the cities to the suburbs． Never before did the country experience such a transition（转折）．That is why some problems appeared for the new settlers．
Some people think that children living in the suburbs are given worse services because they cant go to sports centers and cinemas so often as children in the cities．The children in the suburbs depend on their parents much more than those who live in the cities．Even when they become adults, this dependence does not disappear．
However, there is said to be a solution —to buy a car when a child turns sixteen．But actually it even worsens the worries．In most cases of teenage deaths, the cause is a traffic accident．They do not have enough experience in driving．Suburban children usually unite in small groups．
The cities have more chances, more job offerings．And as the whole world becomes more and more urbanized（城市化）, sometimes living in the suburbs may limit the development of kids ? Those who live in the suburbs think of the city as some kind of dangerous place．It may sound strange, but it is right sometimes．When you move to the city, you realize how different people are there．And it might be very difficult to get used to the rhythm．The city is the center of culture and all kinds of opportunities．Probably the suburbs will become cities in the future．But something should be changed．Suburban people shouldnt feel that they are living so far away．
68．According to the passage, after the Second World War, many Americans ________．
A．changed their opinion on city life B．moved to places far from the city center
C．escaped from suburban life- D．suffered from mental diseases
69．Some people think that people living in the suburbs may ____
A．grow up peacefully B．not depend on their parents
C．do less exercise． D．miss good job opportunities
The traditional school exercise books and pens could become history．Every student at Worthington School is offered a laptop．
Buildings with wireless systems will open soon．The laptop project will cost the school about ?00,000．Parents are being asked to pay ￡2 per week for their childs laptop during their study in the school．Those unable to pay will receive economic aid．
The headmaster．Will Roberts, says parents think it is a "bargain "because its expensive to buy a laptop,
"With the help of me laptop, any time the students want to learn, they can．Students there, aged between 11 and 18 can complete their homework by connecting to the school servers （服务器）from home．And their work can be marked at once and teachers share students work away from the classroom," Mr．Roberts says．
Mr．Roberts points out, however, that children will continue to use traditional learning aterials．"There will always be a place for traditional writing and textbooks," he says．"But we ant to prepare our students for the real world．"
The project was started with the help of the government-supported charity, the E-Learning Foundation．It is trying to make information technology more widely used in schools．
Spokesman, Kevin Pay, says using computers improves students work speed —“After all, there is no excuse for not having homework．"
72．For what purpose is the school giving each student a laptop?
A．To prepare its students well for society．
B．To attract more students to study there．
C．To draw the attention of the public and charities．
D．To reduce the stress of teachers and parents．
73．From the text, what do we know about the project?
A．It will begin in several months．
B．It has received support from the government．
C．It is not good for poor families．
D．It is based on some research．．
74．What is the parents attitude towards the project?
A．They like it．
B．They are against it．
C．They dont care about it．
D．They are worried about it．
75．All the following statements are true EXCEPT that ___．
A．computers car, greatly improve students studies-
B．computers make it easier for teachers to contact students．
C．students who are unable to pay for a laptop can have one too
D．the traditional books and pens will disappear from schools．
Hi, everyone! I will graduate from high school in June．Some of my foreign friends have asked me about the process of entering an American university, so here I will tell you how it works．
First you have to choose which university you want to attend．This is not easy, as there are over 3,000 universities and colleges in the USA．Do you want to stay near home, or do you want to go far away? What do you want to study? Once you have decided what is important to you, would suggest choosing about five schools to apply to．This way, if one or two schools do not
accept you, you still have a chance of being accepted by the others．
After you have chosen which schools you ．would like to apply to, you have to complete an application form for each one．You also need to ask two or three of your teachers to write letters to the universities explaining why you would be a good university student．For many people, the worst part of applying for university is taking tests．Depending on which college or university you want to enter, you have to take either the Scholastic Aptitude Test （SAT）, which tests your language, math and writing skills, or the American College Test （ACT）, which tests your knowledge in English, math, science and history．
After you have been accepted to a university, you need to be able to pay for your study there． To help students pay for their education, the government offers loans which students do not have to repay until after they graduate．Scholarships are also available to students who have excellent grades, are good athletes or have financial needs．Because university tuition is so expensive, many students also work part-time while they are at university．
University courses are quite different from classes at high school．You only attend each class two or three times a week, you have to study a lot more outside of class．Classes are much bigger too and some can have as many as 200 students in them．
There will be many new things to learn, but I think I will enjoy university．
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