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第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. The passengers were at ________ loss when ________ word came that their voyage was called off because

of the hurricane. A. the; a B. a; the C. a;/ D. /; a 22. —Peter, you look so tired and wet all over! —Yes, all afternoon I ________ football on the playground. A. am playing B. have been playing C. played D. have played 23. — Which of these two books will you take? —I will take ______ in case the trip is boring. A. all B. either C. both D. neither 24. — I heard that there were a lot of shouts and screams at yesterday‘s party. It must have been terrible. — Oh, no. ________, I enjoyed every minute. A. On the contrary B. In the end C. As a result D. On the other hand 25. Mary ________ a smile when she heard her family went to Australia without her. A. wore B. performed C. controlled D. managed 26. Now our school is four times ________ it was twenty years ago. A. when B. which C. that D. what 27. — It‘s ten years since I met you last time. I ________ you at all. —I wouldn‘t have, either, if someone ________ you by name. A. didn‘t recognize; didn‘t call B. haven‘t recognized; didn‘t call C. can‘t recognize; had called D. didn‘t recognize; hadn‘t called 28. You are always telling me I am lazy. Look at your room. What a mess it is! ________. A. The day has eyes, the night has ears B. The great thieves punish the little ones C. That is like the pot calling the kettle black D. When one will not, two cannot quarrel 29. Tom is _______ learning English. To learn it well, he abandons all his hobbies. A. bound to B. desperate to C. bent on D. accustomed to 30. Generally speaking, _______ according to the directions, the drug has no side effect. A. if taking B. if taken C. if to take D. if being taken 31. Look! the ground is wet. It must have rained last night, _______? A. hasn‘t it B. didn‘t it C. mustn‘t it D. hadn‘t it 32. — How long will it be _______ the president pays another visit to China?. — It all depends. A. before B. until C. since D. when 33. So sudden ________that the residents had no time to escape. A. was the earthquake B. did the earthquake C. the earthquake did D. the earthquake was 34. —Mom, today I received a message telling me to send money to the account. —Delete it. It‘s a trick. Many a person ________ by such tricks. A. have been cheated B. were cheated
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C. has been cheated D. was cheated 35. —Shall I pick you up after the meeting is over? —Thank you. ________. A. If you insist B. It‘s up to you C. It all depends D. It couldn‘t be better 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后个题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The little boy turned to the old woman next to him, ??Granny, are you sure I don‘t have enough money?‘‘ She nodded. The little boy was still 36 the doll (洋娃娃) in his hand. I walked toward him, 37 who he wished to give this doll to. ―Sister. She was sure that Santa Claus would bring a doll to her.‖ I told him that maybe Santa Claus would do so. But he replied to me 38 . ―No, Santa Claus(圣诞老人) can‘t bring it to her 39 she is now. I have to give the doll to my mommy so that she can give it to my sister when she 40 there. My sister has gone to be with God. Daddy says that Mommy is going to see God very soon too, 41 I thought she could take the doll with her to give it to my sister.‘‘ The little boy looked 42 at me, ―I told Daddy to tell Mommy not to go yet. I need her to wait until I come back from the mall. I 43 she didn‘t have to leave me, but Daddy says that she has to go to be with my little sister.‖ Then he looked 44 at the doll with sad eyes. I quickly 45 for my wallet. ―Let‘s check again, just in case you do have enough money for the doll!‖ ―OK. I hope I do have enough.‖ I added some of my money to 46 without him seeing and we started to count it. There was enough for the doll and 47 some spare money. ―Thank you God for giving me enough money!‖ He looked at me and 48 , ―I wanted to have enough money to buy a white rose for my Mommy, but I didn‘t dare to ask God 49 too much. But He gave me enough to buy the doll and a white rose. My mommy loves white roses.‖ 50 I remembered a local newspaper article two days ago, mentioning a drunk man in a truck hit a car 51 by a young woman and a little girl. The little girl 52 right away and the mother was 53 in a critical state. Two days 54 this encounter (偶然相遇) with the little boy, I read in the newspaper that the young 55 had passed away. 36. A. raising B. holding C. hiding D. tearing 37. A. considering B. understanding C. watching D. asking 38. A. proudly B. hurriedly C. sadly D. angrily 39. A. where B. what C. who D. when 40. A. comes B. finds C. goes D. leaves 41. A. so B. for C. but D. as 42. A. down B. on C. to D. up 43. A. think B. wish C. imagine D. find 44. A. then B. sadly C. again D. now 45. A. reached B. looked C. searched D. charged 46. A. myself B. him C. his D. them 47. A. still B. yet C. also D. even 48. A. nodded B. added C. laughed D. showed 49. A. to B. for C. in D. on
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50. A. Now 51. A. occupied 52. A. left 53. A. knocked 54. A. after 55. A. man

B. Therefore B. controlled B. died B. treated B. since B. girl

C. However C. attacked C. came C. left C. until C. boy A

D. Then D. owned D. killed D. kept D. before D. woman

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)
Oprah Winfrey, the American media queen, is undoubtedly one of the most successful women in the world. She‘s the host and owner of The Oprah Winfrey Show, which continuingly wins high ratings, and the founder of Harpo Productions, which produces her television shows and movies. Certainly Winfrey feels right these days. Early on, however, Winfrey seemed more like a candidate for welfare rolls than film roles. She stayed with her grandmother after birth and moved

to Wisconsin to live with her mother at 6, and hence began the most difficult period in her life. They lived in the low-income community and her mother showed her less attention. Her classmates came from families with more money and she couldn‘t participate with them in a lot of activities. Some people are handed money at birth and are nurtured into success; other people create their own success, and Oprah Winfrey definitely belongs to the latter. ―There is no such thing as failure in my life,‖ she concluded, ―Life is a marathon. I think the ones who survive in life do it by hammering at it one day at a time.‖ Well, by doing so, she won the game. 56. By mentioning ―Winfrey seemed more like a candidate for welfare rolls than film roles‖ in Paragraph 2, the author indicates that ______. A. she was interested in acting and applied for roles in many films, but failed. B. she was more interested in working for charities than in films. C. she lived a poor life and had to depend on the government for food. D. the film companies wouldn‘t offer her roles because she was too poor. 57. Which of the following is NOT the cause of her bad behaviors as a teenager? A. Her mother had no time to take good care of her. B. Her classmates‘ families were very rich. C. She couldn‘t take part in activities with her classmates.
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D. She had too much anger and pain inside. 58. Oprah Winfrey succeeded at last chiefly due to _______. A. her hard childhood living with her grandmother. B. her hard work and the spirit of not giving up. C. her good performance in the juvenile detention home. D. her major in Speech and Performing Arts in college. 59. Which of the following can best serve as the title of this passage? A. Oprah Winfrey, from a problem girl to the American media queen. B. Oprah Winfrey, from a news reader to a marathon winner. C. Even famous people have a disgraceful past. D. All that glitters is not gold. B The Oxford Mal, England Most prisons are the kind of place you‘d be desperate to escape from, not somewhere you‘d possibly conceive of escaping to. But this former Oxford prison has been converted into a boutique hotel by the fashionable Malmaison chain and offers the kind of luxurious living that former convicts could only have dreamed of. Rates: Double room ? 140 (US$233). Breakfast ? 12.95 per person Jules’ Undersea Lodge, United States Originally a research laboratory, the world‘s only underwater hotel sits at the bottom of the Emerald Lagoon in Florida, and can only be reached by scuba diving down six meters. The lodge can accommodate two couples and is kitted out with showers, a microwave and a fridge. The real attractions are the fish; the lodge is like a goldfish bowl in reverse, where you sit and watch angelfish, parrotfish, barracuda and snappers peering in at you through the window. Rates: From US$400 Das Park Hotel, Austria Stay overnight in a concrete sewer pipe on the banks of the River Danube. The drainpipes are two meters in diameter and two and a half meters long, with a porthole to look out of, a front door to close and a cozy nest to snuggle into, which includes a low-slung futon, bedside lamp, woolly blanket and light sleeping bag. Rates: You pay as much, or as little, as you want. Sant` Angelo Luxury Resort, Italy ―Four-star boutique cave-hotel‖ is the proud boast of the Sant‘Angelo in the city of Matera, which is famous for its sassi-houses dug into the rock. Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses as their ancestors did 9,000 years ago. The rooms have been fashioned from old sassi stables and workshops. There are two restaurants, a bar and an art gallery. Rates: A three-night package costs from US$560 per person including some meals, a walking tour and car hire, but not flights.
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La Balade Des Gnomes, Belgium A truly out-of-this-world experience, this hotel makes you feel like you‘re on the moon. You can sleep in a moon buggy, bathe in a lunar capsule, and the walls and ceilings are covered in twinkling stars and planets. Other themed rooms include a newly opened Trojan Horse, a Troll Forest, a South Seas sailing ship and a Wine Room. Rates: From 115 (US$170) per double 60. Das Park Hotel is different from the other hotels in that __________. A. it is underwater C. it used to be a prison __________. A. Jules‘ Undersea Lodge, United States C. Das Park Hotel, Austria will have to pay at least _____________. A. ? 165.9 B. ? 152.95 C. ? 258.9 C Death Valley, one of America‘s great national parks, is a place of strange and silent beauty. As beautiful as this place is, its name provides evidence of very real danger. Death Valley is a land of beautiful yet dangerous extremes. There are mountains that reach more than 3,000 meters into the sky. There is a place called Badwater that is the lowest area of land in the Western Hemisphere. If there were water there, it would be 86 meters below the level of the ocean. Death Valley can be dangerously cold during the winter months. Storms in the mountains can produce sudden flooding on the floor of the Valley. The air temperature during the summer has been as high as 57℃. The sun can heat the ground so that the temperature of the rocks and soil can be as high as 74℃. The extreme heat of Death Valley has killed people in the past. It will continue to kill those who do not honor this extreme climate. Death Valley does not forgive those who are not careful. Death Valley is a good example of the violence of nature. It contains evidence of several ancient volcanoes that caused huge explosions. Evidence of one of these explosions is called Ubehebe Crater. The explosion left a huge hole in the ground almost a kilometer and a half wide. In many areas of Death Valley it is easy to see where the ground has been pushed up violently by movement deep in the Earth. This movement has created unusual and beautiful rock formations. Some are red. Others are dark brown, gray, yellow or black. Other areas of rock look as if some huge creature violently broke and twisted the Earth to create unusual, sometimes frightening shapes. In other parts of Death Valley there are lines in the rock that show clearly that this area was deep under an ocean for many thousands of years. Much of the Valley is flat and extremely dry. In fact, scientists believe it is the driest place in the United States. Death Valley, part of the Great Mojave Desert, is a huge place. It extends more than 225
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B. you decide the pay D. it is not in Europe

61. If you want to experience the life on the moon, most probably you will choose to stay in B. La Balade Des Gnomes, Belgium D. The Oxford Mal, England

62. If Mr. and Mrs Smith put up at the Oxford Mal for one night and have breakfast there, they D. ? 305.9

kilometers across the southern part of California, and across the border with Nevada. 63. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. The water in Badwater is 86 meters below the level of the ocean. B. The highest air temperature in summer can reach as high as 74℃. C. The ground has been pushed up violently by explosions of volcanoes. D. There might have been marine lives living in Death Valley. 64. Why were some people killed by Death Valley? A. Because they didn‘t respect Death Valley and thus they were punished. B. Because it is extremely hot in summer and dangerously cold in winter. C. Because they were not careful enough to take with them what they needed. D. Because several volcanoes erupted and caused huge explosions. 65. The underlined word ―twisted‖ in Paragraph 4 most possibly mean ______. A. bent and turned C. built and shaped 66. The purpose of the article is to _______. A. encourage people to visit Death Valley, a beautiful national park in America B. warn people not to visit Death Valley because it is quite dangerous there C. introduce to us readers a special national park in America, Death Valley D. raise money for the protection of Death Valley because it is in danger now D As we drove along, my spirits went up again, and I turned, with pleasure, to the thought of the new life which I was entering. But though it was not far past the middle of September, the heavy clouds and strong north-easterly wind combined to make the day extremely cold; and the journey seemed a very long one, so that it was nearly one o‘clock before we reached the place of our destination. Yet when we entered the gateway, my heart failed me, and I wished it were a mile or two farther off. For the first time in my life I must stand alone: there was no retreating now. I must enter that house, and introduce myself among its strange people. But how was it to be done? True, I was near nineteen; but, thanks to the protecting care of my mother and sister, I well knew that many a girl of fifteen, or under, was gifted with a more womanly address, and greater ease and self-possession, than I was. Yet, anyway. I would do very well, after all; and the children, of course, I should soon be at ease with them. "Be calm, be calm, whatever happens," I said within myself; and truly I was so fully occupied in steadying my nerves and keeping down the rebellious beat of my heart that when I was admitted into the hall and into the presence of Mrs. Bloomfield, I almost forgot to answer her polite greeting; and it afterwards struck me that the little I did say was spoken in the tone of one half-dead or half-asleep. With due politeness, however, she showed me my bedroom, and left me there to take a little refreshment for a little while and led me into the dining-room. Some beefsteaks and potatoes were set before me; and while I dined upon these, she sat opposite, watching me (as I thought) and trying to keep something like a conversation— consisting chiefly of commonplace remarks. In fact, my attention was almost wholly absorbed in my dinner: not from appetite, but from the toughness of the beefsteaks, and the numbness of my hands.
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B. created and developed D. changed and ruined

―I have had so little time to attend to their education myself, but I think they are clever children, and very willing to learn, especially the little boy; he is, I think, the flower of the flock— a generous, noble-spirited boy, one to be led, but not driven, and remarkable for always speaking the truth.‖ ―His sister Mary Ann will require watching,‖ continued she, ―but she is a very good girl on the whole, though I wish her to be kept out of the nursery as much as possible, as she is now almost six years old, and might acquire bad habits from the nurses. I have ordered her bed to be placed in your room, and if you will be so kind as to look after her washing and dressing, and take charge of her clothes, she needs to have nothing further to do with the nursery maid.‖ I replied I was quite willing to do so; and at that moment the children entered the room. Tom Bloomfield was a well-grown boy of seven. Mary was a tall girl, for her age of six, somewhat dark like her mother. The second sister was Fanny, a very pretty little girl, looking little younger than Mary. The remaining one was Harriet, a little broad, fat, merry, playful thing of scarcely two, whom I had more desire for than all the rest — but with her I had nothing to do. 67. Which of the following statements best describes how the writer felt when she entered Mrs. Bloomfield's home? A. She was nervous, dissatisfied with her manners but still confident. B. She was cold, hungry but eager to see all the children in the family. C. She was frightened, nervous and regretful about her decision. D. She was calm, confident and very happy with all the family. 68. What job would the writer take in Mrs Bloomfield's home? A. A nursery maid. B. A house cleaner. C. A home cook. D. A family teacher. 69. Which of the following was TRUE according to the passage? A. The writer had some difficulty with her lunch because of the tough food and the cold. B. The delicious food took the writer's attention away from Mrs. Bloomfield‘s words. C. All the children were well educated before the writer came to the family. D. All the children in the family were looked after by Mrs Bloomfield herself. 70. From the passage, we can infer that ___________. A. Mrs Bloomfield would treat the writer kindly and help her a lot B. The youngest girl Harriet would be the writer‘s favorite student C. the writer would take on more responsibilities than she should D. Tom Bloomfield would be the cleverest of all the children







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