例:How much is the shirt?
A.￡19.15. B.￡9.15. C. ￡9.18.
1. Where does this conversation probably take place?
A.In a bookstore.
B. In a classroom.
C. In a library.
2.At what time will the film begin?
3. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?
A. Their friend Jane.
B. A weekend trip.
C. A radio programme.
4. What will the woman probably do?
A. Catch a train.
B. See the man off.
C. Go shopping.
5. Why did the woman apologize?
A. She made a late delivery.
B. She went to the wrong place.
C. She couldn't take the cake back.
6. Whose CD is broken?
7. What does the boy promise to do for the girl?
A.Buy her a new CD.
B.Do some cleaning.
C.Give her 10 dollars.
8. What did the man think of the meal?
A. Just so-so.
B. Quite satisfactory.
C. A bit disappointing.
9. What was the 15% on the bill paid for?
A. The food.
B. The drinks.
C. The service.
10. Why is the man at the shop?
A. To order a camera for his wife.
B. To have a camera repaired.
C. To get a camera changed.
11. What colour does the man want?
12. What will the man do afterwards?
A. Make a phone call.
B. Wait until further notice.
C. Come again the next day.
13. What would Joe probably do during the Thanksgiving holiday?
A. Go toaplay.
B. Stay at home.
C. Visit Kingston..
14. What is Ariel going to do in Toronto?
A. Attend a party.
B. Meet her aunt.
C. See a car show.
I5. Why is Ariel in a hurry to leave?
A. To call up Betty.
B. To buy some DVDs.
C. To pick up Daniel.
16. What might be the relationship between the speakers?
B. Fellow workers.
C. Guide and tourist.
17. Where does Thomas Manning work?
A. In the Guinness Company.
B. At a radio station.
C. In a museum.
18. Where did the idea of a book of records come from?
A. A bird-shooting trip.
B. A visit to Europe.
C. A television talk show.
19. When did Sir Hugh's first book of records
A. In 1875.
B. In 1950.
C. In 1955.
20. What are the two speakers going to talk about next?
A. More records of unusual facts.
B. The founder of the company.
C. The oldest person in the world
第二部 分英语知识运用 (共两节.满分45分)
第一节 单项填空 (共15小题，每小题1分，满分15分)
例：We last night ,butwe went to the concert instead
A.must have studied B.might study
C.should have studied D.would study
21.-Which one of these do you want?
- Either will do .
A. I don't mind B. I'm sure
C. No problem D. Go ahead
22. Sarah looked at finished painting with satisfaction.
A.不填;a B. a; the C. the; 不填 D. the; a
23. "Life is like walking in the snow", Granny used to say, "because every step ”
A. has shown B. is showing
C. shows D. showed
24. h is by no means clear the president can do to end the strike.
A. how B. which
C. that D. what
25. I don't believe we've met before, I must say you do look familiar.
A. therefore B. although
C. since D. tailes3
26. The result is not very important to us, but if we do win, then so much
A. the best B. best
C. better D. the better
27. Mary is really good at taking notes in class. She can_ almost every word her teacher says.
A. put out B. put down
C. put away D.put together
28. The party will be held in the garden, weather .
A. permitting B. to permit
C. permitted D. permit
29. This restaurant wasn't_ that other restaurant we went to.
A. half as good as B. as half good as
C. as good as half D. flood as half as
30. I _use a clock to wake me up because at six o'clock each morning the train comes by my house.
A. couldn't B. mustn't
C. shouldn't D. needn't
31. Larry asks Bill and Peter to go on a picnic with him, but_ of them wants to, because they have work to do.
c.neither D. none
32. Film has a much shorter history, especially when_ such art forms as music and painting.
A. having compared to B. comparing to
C. compare to D. compared to
33.I had been working on math for the whole afternoon and the numbers before my eyes.
A.swim B .swum
C.swam D. had swum
34. You have to move out of the way the truck cannot get past you.
A.so B. or
C. and D. but
35. If she doesn't want to go, nothing you can say will her.
A.persuade B. promise
C. invite D. support
Body language is the quiet, secret and most powerful language of all !It speaks 36 than words. According to specialists, our bodies send out more 37 than we realize. In fact, non-verbal communication(非言语交际) takes up about 50% of what we really 38 , And body language is particularly 39 when we attempt to communicate across cultures(文化)。what is called
body language is so 40 ，a part of us that it's actually often unnoticed。And misunderstandings occur as a result of it . 41 , different societies treat the 42 , between people differently. Northern Europeans usually do not like having 43 , contact(接触)
even with friends, certainly not with 44 . People from Latin American countries 45 , touch each other quite a lot. Therefore, it's possible that in 46 . it may look like a Latino is 47 a Norwegian all over the room. The Latino, trying to express friendship, will keep moving 48. The Norwegian, very probably seeing this as pushiness, will keep 49 - which the Latino will in return regard as 50 _.
Clearly, a great deal is going on when people 51 And only a part of it is in the wards themselves. And when parties are from 52 cultures, there's a strong possibility of 53 . But whatever the situation, the best 54 is to obey the Golden Rule: treat others as you would like to be 55 _.
36. A. straighter B. louder C. harder D. further
37. A. sands B. invitations C. feelings D. messages
38. A. hope B. receive C. discover D. mean
39. A. immediate B. misleading C. important D. difficult
40. A. wep B. far C. much D. long
41. A. For example B.Thus C.However D. In short
42. A. trade B.distance C. connections D. greetings
43. A. eye B. verbal C. bodily D. telephone
44. A. strangers B. Relatives C. neighbours D. Enemies
45. A. in other words B. on the other hand C. in a similar way D. by all means
46. A. trouble B. conversation C. silence D. experiment
47. A. disturbing B. Helping C. guiding D. following
48. A. closer B. faster C. in D. away
49. A. stepping forward B. going on C. backing away D. coming out
50. A. weakness B. carelessness C. friendliness D. coldness
5 I. A. talk B. trave C. laugh D. think
52. A. different B. European C. Latino D. rich
53. A. curiosity B. excitement C. misunderstanding D.nervousness
54. A. chance B. time C. result D. advice
55. A. noticed B. treated C. respected D. pleased
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A, B, C和D)中，选出最佳选项.并在答且卡
Honey(蜂蜜)from the African forest is not only a kind of natural sugar, it is also delicious. Most people, and many animals, like eating it. However, the only way for them to get that honey is to find a wild bees' nest(巢)and take the honey from it. Often, these nests are high up in trees, and it is difficult to find them. In parts of Africa, though, people and animals unexpected helper一a little bird called a honey guide.
blue honey guide does not actually like honey, but it does like the wax (蜂蜡) in the beehives (蜂)
finally arrive at the nest, the follower reaches in to get at the delicious honey as the bird patiently waits and watches. Some of the honey, and the wax, always falls to the ground, and this is when the honey guide takes its share.
Scientists do not know why the honey guide likes eating the wax, but it is very determined in its efforts to get it. The birds seem to be able to smell wax from a long distance away. They will quickly arrive whenever a beekeeper is taking honey from his beehives, and will even enter churches when beeswax candles are being lit.
56. Why is it difficult to find a wild bees' nest?
A. It's small in size.
B. It's hidden in trees.
C. It's covered with wax.
D. It's hard to recognize.
57. What do the words "the follower" in Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. A bee. B. A bird.
C. A honey seeker. D. A beekeeper.
58. The honey guide is special in the way_·
A. it gets its food
B. it goes to church
C. it sings in the forest
D. it reaches into bees' nests
59. What can be the best title for the text?
A. Wild Bees
C. Beekeeping in Africa
B. Wax and Honey
D. Honey-Lover's Helper
About twenty of us had been fortunate enough to receive invitations to a film-studio(影棚)to take part in a crowd-scene. Although our "act" would last only for a short time, we could see quite a number of interesting things.
We all stood at the far end of the studio as workmen prepared the scene, setting up trees at the
edge of a winding path. Very soon, bright lights were turned on and the big movie-camera was
wheeled into position. The director shouted something to the camera operator and then went to speak to the two famous actors nearby. Since it was hot in the studio, it came as a surprise to us to see one of the actors put on a heavy overcoat and start walking along the path. A big fan began blowing tiny white feathers down on him, and soon the trees were covered in "snow". Two more fans were turned on, and a "strong wind" blew through the trees. The picture looked so real that it made us feel cold.
The next scene was a complete contrast (对比). The way it was filmed was quite unusual. Pictures in front taken on an island in the Pacific were shown on a glass screen (幕). An actor and actress stood of the scene so that they looked trick like this, palm trees, sandy beaches, as if they were at the water's edge on an island. By a simple and blue, clear skies had been brought into the studio!
Since it was our turn next, we were left wondering what scene would be prepared for us. For a
full three minutes in our lives we would be experiencing the excitement of being film "stars"!
60. Who is the author?
A. A cameraman.
B. .A film director.
C. A crowd-scene actor.
D. A workman for scene setting.
61. What made the author feel cold?
A. The heavy snowfall.
B. The man-made scene.
C. The low temperature.
D. The film being shown.
61. What made the author feel cold?
A. The heavy snowfall.
B. The man-made scene.
C. The low temperature.
D. The film being shown.
62. What would happen in the "three minutes" mentioned in the last paragraph?
A. A new scene would be filmed.
B. More stars would act in the film.
C. The author would leave the studio.
D. The next scene would be prepared.
Last night I was driving from Harrisburg to Lewisburg，distance of about eighty miles. It was late. Several times I got stuck behind a slow-moving tuck on a narrow road with a solid white line on my left, and I became increasingly impatient.
At one point along an open road, I came to a crossing with a traffic light. I was alone on the road by now, but as I drove near the light, it turned red and I made a stop. I looked left, right and behind me. Nothing. Not a car, no suggestion of car lamps, but there I sat, waiting for the light to change, the only human being for at least a mile in any direction.
I started wondering why 1 refused to run the light I was not afraid of being caught, because there was clearly no policeman wound. and there certainly would have been no danger in going through it..
Much later that night, the question of why I'd stopped for that light came back to me. I think I
stopped because it's part of a contract(契约)we all have with each other. It's not only the law, but it is an agreement we have, and we taut each other to honor it: we don't go through red lights.
Trust is our first inclination(倾向).Doubting others does not seem to be natural to us. The whole construction of our society depends on mutual(相互)trust, not distrust We do what we say we'll do; we show up when we say we'll show up; and we pay when we say we'll pay. We trust each other in these matters, and we're angry or disappointed with the person or organization that breaks the trust we have in them.
I was so proud of myself for stopping for the red light that night.
63. Why did the author get impatient while driving?
A. He was lonely on the road.
B. He was slowed down by a truck.
C. He got tired of driving too long.
D. He came across too many traffic lights.
64. What was the author's immediate action when the traffic light turned red?
A. Stopping still.
B. Driving through让
C. Looking around for other cars.
D. Checking out for traffic police.
65. The event made the author strongly believe that
A. traffic rules may be unnecessary
B. doubting others is human nature
C. patience is important to drivers
D. a society needs mutual trust
66. Why was the author proud of himself?
A He kept his promise.
B. He held back his anger.
C. He followed his inclination.
D. He made a right decision.
Grown-ups are often surprised by how well they remember something they learned as children but have never practiced still swim as well as ever ever since. A man when he gets back who has not had a chance to go swimming for years can in the water. He can get on a bicycle after many years and still ride away. He can play catch and hit a ball as well as his son. A mother who has not thought about the words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins "Twinkle, twinkle, little star"。remember the story of Cinderella or Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
One explanation is the law ofoverlearninrf , which can be stated as follows: Once we have learned something, additional learning trials(尝试)increase the length of time we will remember it.
In childhood we usually continue to practice such skills as swimming, bicycle riding, and playing baseball long after we have learned them. We continue to listen to and remind ourselves of words such as "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" and childhood tales such as Cinderella and Goldilocks. We not only learn but overleam
The multinlicatinn tables(乘法口诀表)are an excention to the eeneral rule that we forget rather quickly the things that we learn in school, because they are another of the things we overlearn in childhood.
The law of overleaming explains why cramming(突击学习)for an examination. though it may result in a passing grade, is not a satisfactory way to learn a college course.
By cramming, a student may learn the subject well enough to get by on the examination, but he is likely soon to forget almost everything he learned.A little overlearning. on the other hand, is really necessary for one's future development.
67. Who is the main idea of paragraph I?
A. People remember well what they learned in childhood.
B. Children have a better memory than grown-ups.
C. Poem reading is a good way to learn words.
D. Stories for children arc easy to remember.
68.The author explains the law of overleaming by_________.
A. presenting research findings
B. selling down general rules
C. making a comparison
D. using examples
69. According to the author, being able to use multiplication tables is_______.
A. a result of overlearning
B. a special case of cramming
C. a skill to deal with math problems
D. a basic step towards advanced studies
70. What does the word "they" in Paragraph 4 refer to?
A. Commonly accepted rules.
B. The multiplication tables.
C. Things easily forgotten.
D. School subjects.
71. What is the author's opinion on cramming?
A. It leads to failure in college exams.
B. It's helpful only in a limited way.
C. It's possible to result in poor memory.
D. It increases students' learning interest.
Ate you looking for some new and exciting places to take your kids (孩子) to? Try some of these
. Visit art muvewns. They offer a variety of activities to excite your kids' interest. Many offer
workshops for making land-made pieces, traveling exhibits, book signings by children's
favorite writer, and even musical performances and other arts
Head to a natural history museum. This is where kids can discover the past from dinosaur(恐龙) models to rock collections and pictures of stars in the sky. Also, ask what kind of workshops and educational programs are prepared for kids and any special events that are coming up.
Go to a Youtheater. Look for one in your area offering plays for child and family visitors. Pre-show play shops are conducted by area artists and educators where kids can discover the secret about performing arts- Puppet(木偶)making and stage make-up are just a couple of the special offerings you might find.
Try hands-on science. Visit one of the many hands-on science museums around the country. These science play-lands are great fun for kids and grown-ups alike. They'll keep your child mentally and physically active the whole day through while pushing buttons, experimenting, and building. When everyone is tired, enjoy a fun family science show, commonly found in these museums.
72. If a child is interested in the universe, he probably will visit
A. a Youtheater
B. an art museum
C. a natural history museum
D. a hands-on science museum
73. What can kids do at a Youtheater?
A. Look at rock collections.
B. See dinosaur models.
C. Watch puppet making.
D. Give performances.
74. What does "hands-on science" mean in the last paragraph?
A. Science games designed by kids.
B. Learning science by doing things.
C. A show of kids' science work.
D. Reading science books.
75. Where does this text probably come from?
A. A science textbook.
B. A tourist map.
C. A museum guide.
D. A news report.
Every one of us can make a great efforts to 76.________
cut off the use of energy in our country. To begin with, all 77.________
of us can start reducing to the use of oil by driving oily 78.________
when we have a real need. That won't be easy ,I know. 79.________
but we have to start anywhere. What's more, we can go to 80_____________________
work by bike once and twice a week, and we can also buy 81_____________________
smaller cars that bum less oil. Other way is to watch our 82_____________________
everyday use of water and electric at home. For example, 83_____________________
how many times have you walked out of a room and leave the 84_____________________
lights or television when no one else was there? 85_____________________
Dear Sir or Madam,