卷面分 120 时间 90 分钟 一 语言基础应用 10 分 1 --- Lucy, would you please walk my dog when I’m out today? --- _________. A Don’t mention it B You are welcome C My pleasure D With pleasur
e 2 You can’t predict everything. Often things don’t __ as you expect. A run out B break out C work out D put out 3 The chairman in charge of the business field spoke at the meeting for nearly an hour without _____ his notes. A bringing up B referring to C looking for D trying on 4 I saw Bob play the piano at John’s party and on that _____ he was simply brilliant. A scene Ｂ circumstance C occasion D situation 5 The days are gone ____ Chinese people used foreign oil. A that B when C where D which 6 I don’t want to put you to the situation _______ you are always looked down upon. A which B where C in that D in where 7 The moment I was always looking forward _______ . A to arrives B arrives C arrive D arrived 8 You may find it ____ that Charlie wasn’t _____ at the bad news at all. A astonishing, astonishing B astonished, astonishing C astonishing, astonished D astonishing, astonishing 9 . If you are ______ about Brazil, you may read this book. A. curious B. upset C. strange D. interested 10. It is very ______ that she will ring me tonight. A. likely B. possibly C. probably D. perhaps 11. Your experiences are ______ to ours, but your end result is entirely different. A. same B. different C. similar D. equal 12. As a student, you should try to ______ being late for your class. A. avoid B. refuse C. prevent D. punish 13. Though she has been in England for half a year, she is still unable to _____ in simple English. A. explain herself B. express herself C. speak her mind D. make herself understand 14. —What do you mean by saying that? —I think you _______ what I said. I meant no harm. A. understood B. misunderstood C. heard D. followed 15. —_______ for snakes while hiking in the woods. —I’ll dress appropriately to protect myself. A. Walk out B. Go out C. Set out D. Watch out
16. At this time tomorrow, we _______ across the big desert ahead. A. are to drive B. are going to drive C. will be driving D. will drive 17. “It’s raining too heavily at this moment,” said the old woman, ________ out of the window. A. to look B. looking C. having looked D. looked 18. _______, a learned man makes fewer mistakes in life than a man without knowledge. A. In general B. As general C. On general D. At general 19. —I don’t like this kind of music. —_______. It’s too noisy. A. Nor do I B. Neither am I C. Nor I do D. Neither I am 20. She is very hard-working, _____ he is very lazy. A. when B. that C. which D. while 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项。 Once upon a time, there was a large mountainside, where an eagle’s nest rested. The eagle’s nest contained four 21 eagle eggs. One day an earthquake rocked (使 震动) the mountain 22 one of the eggs to roll down the mountain, 23 a chicken farm, which was in the valley below. The chickens knew that they must 24 and care for the eagle’s egg, so an old hen (母鸡) 25 to hatch (孵) and raise the large egg. One day, the egg hatched and a beautiful eagle was born. 26 , however, the eagle was raised to be a(n) 27 . Soon, the eagle believed he was 28 more than a chicken. The eagle loved his home and family, 29 his spirit cried out for more. While playing a game on the farm one day, the eagle looked to the skies above and 30 a group of eagles soaring in the skies. “Oh,” the eagle 31 , “I wish I could soar like those birds.” The chickens shouted with 32 , “You cannot soar with those birds. You are a chicken and chickens do not soar.” The eagle 33 staring at his real family up above, 34 that he could be with them. Each time the eagle would let his 35 be known, he was told it couldn’t be done. That is 36 the eagle learned to believe. Slowly, the eagle 37 dreaming and continued to live his life like a chicken. 38 , after a long life as a chicken, the eagle 39 . You become what you believe you are; so if you ever dream to become an eagle, 40 your dreams, not the words of a chicken. 21. A. large B. curious C. small D. fortunate 22. A. guiding B. blowing C. causing D. inviting 23. A. on B. over C. past D. to 24. A. introduce B. punish C. protect D. share 25. A. offered B. regretted C. managed D. turned 26. A. Carefully B. Gently C. Sadly D. Luckily 27. A. chicken B. eagle C. hero D. fool 28. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing
29. A. and B. but C. so D. however 30. A. noticed B. recognized C. respected D. watched 31. A. cried B. smiled C. argued D. explained 32. A. excitement B. anger C. laughter D. surprise 33. A. approached B. avoided C. continued D. considered 34. A. promising B. proving C. believing D. dreaming 35. A. suggestion B. advantage C. dream D. discovery 36. A. what B. why C. how D. when 37. A. went B. enjoyed C. began D. stopped 38. A. Happily B. Finally C. Quickly D. Probably 39. A. gave up B. broke down C. passed away D. died out 40. A. steal B. follow C. have D. remember 第三部分：阅读理解（共两节；每小题 2 分，满分 32 分） 第一节：阅读下面短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A What is it that makes people laugh? More than two thousand years ago the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle defined (定义) jokes as the pleasure that results from a feeling of triumph by showing we’re better than someone else in a certain way. According to Aristotle and many other philosophers，all jokes depend mainly on showing inferiority in another person or group of persons — that is，putting it clearly，on showing that they are worse off than ourselves. Jokes raise our good opinion of ourselves at someone else’s expense. Showing how much better than other people we are is only one reason we like jokes. Someone may also use a joke to express their anger or their cruelty or any other kind of action that is not acceptable to us. We feel free to laugh when we hear about someone sliding on a banana skin. The joke lets us express those attitudes which are usually unacceptable to society. This is probably the reason why some of the jokes，especially those involving cruelty，are so popular with certain people. Besides，all jokes depend on our enjoyment of laughing at something that is strange and out of place because it’s different from things which are happening around it. The same situation can be either sad or pleasant，depending entirely on how strange and out of place it is. If a girl in a bathing suit falls into a swimming pool，we don’t laugh because nothing unusual has happened. But if a man in a smart suit falls in，the situation is at once unusual in a pleasant way and we laugh. A good joke-teller will always try to build up a situation in which one thing is expected until something unexpected suddenly happens，and so we laugh. 41. The underlined word “inferiority” (in Paragraph 1) means ______. A. something that is not as good as something else B. something that is better than something else C. someone that is not as good as someone else D. someone that is better than someone else 42. According to Aristotle, all jokes depend mainly on ______. A. showing inferiority in another person or group B. resulting in a sense of success
C. having a good opinion of other people D. making people laugh unexpectedly 43 What’s the main idea of Paragraph 2? A. Showing we are better than other people is the only one reason we like jokes. B. When people are angry, they would like to hear jokes. C. People who like jokes are usually cruel. D. To express those attitudes usually unacceptable to society is one of the reasons we like jokes. 44. What will a good joke-teller always try to do? A. Make a sad situation into a pleasant one. B. Make different things happen at the same time. C. Make an unexpected thing happen in an expected situation. D. Make people laugh at something unusual and out of place. B 2004 was a good year for American farmers. Total farm earnings were estimated (估 计) at 74,000 million dollars for the year. That means the average(平均的) farm income was about 71,000 dollars, or a gain of about three percent from the year before. However, the growth in earnings depended on the size of the farm. Large farms had increased earnings of six and one-half percent. Smaller farms saw growth in earnings of less than three percent. Part of American farm income came from the federal (联邦的) government. The Department of Agriculture reports that about thirty-nine percent of farmers accepted some kind of aid(援助), or subsidy in 2003. Reports say the total amount of farm aid paid last year is estimated at 15,700 million dollars. An organization called the Environmental Working Group keeps information on all farm subsidies paid by the government. The group examined subsidies between 1995 and 2003. It says ten percent of farms received seventy-two percent of government subsidies during that nine-year period. The group says big farms that are organized as corporations (公司) or partnership businesses receive the most aid. It says the big farms receive more aid, even when they are more profitable(盈利的) than smaller family farms. Critics(评论家) say farm subsidies are costly and wasteful. Critics also note that subsidies go only to growers of widely traded crops, like corn, cotton, wheat and soybean. But many farmers, including the ones who only receive a few thousand dollars a year, support the subsidy programs. They say small farming communities in states like Minnesota, Nebraska, and South Dakota would not survive without the aid. 45. What is the probable number of American farms? A. 10 million. B. 1 million. C. 10 thousand. D. 100 thousand. 46. Why was 2004 a good year for American farmers? A. American farmers’ earnings increased a lot in 2004.
B. The federal government gave American farmers more aid in 2004. C. Big farms were organized as partnership businesses in 2004. D. The federal government reduced farmers’ taxes in 2004. 47. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. All American farmers can get the government aid. B. Only big farms can get the government aid. C. Only profitable farms can get the government aid. D. Farmers growing crops like corn and cotton may get the government aid easily. c A large number of women in Western European countries wish that they were born men. The number is said as high as 60% in West Germany. “Women often wish that they had the same chance as men have, and believe it is still men’s world,” said Dr James Holden, one of the scientists who did the study. Anne Harper has a very good job for an international oil company. She also believes in “Women’ s Liberation(解放)”. “I don’t wish that I were a man,” she says, “and I don’t think many women do. But I do wish that people would stop looking down upon us women. At work, for example, we often do the work that men do but get paid less. There are still a lot of jobs that are usually the best ones and open only to men. If you’re a man, you have a much better chance of leading an exciting life. How many women pilots are there ... or engineers or scientists?” 48. What can we learn from the first paragraph? A. 60% Western European women wish that they were born men. B. Most women in Western European countries wish that their babies were all boys. C. 60% women in West Germany wish that they were born men. D. 60% Western European women who wish that they were born men are from West Germany. 49. “It is still men’s world.” means “______.” A. There’re more men than women in the world B. There’re more men scientists or engineers than women scientists or engineers in the world C. Women cannot live without men D. Women have not been given the same chance as men 50. Anne Harper considers that women should ______. A. be really liberated B. live a better life than men C. be well paid D. get better jobs than men 51. Anne Harper doesn’t wish that she were a man because she ______. A. has got a very good job B. believes in “Women’s Liberation” C. does the work that a man can’t do D. isn’t looked down upon by anyone 52. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. Usually the best jobs are not open to women. B. Women are less paid than men for the same job. C. There’re more men pilots, engineers and scientists than women ones. D. Women are looked down upon because they’re the second-class citizens.
D There is one language that is used in every country in the world. The people who use it are young and old, short and tall, thin and fat. It is everybody’s second language. It is easy to understand, although you can’t hear it. It is sign language. When you wave to a friend who is across the street, you are using sign language. When you smile at someone, you are saying, “I want to be friendly”, but you are not using speech. You are using sign language. When you raise your hand in class, you are saying, “Please ask me. I think I know the correct answer.” Babies who can’t talk can point at things. They are using sign language. A policeman who wants to stop traffic holds up his hands. He is using sign language. Many years ago, a French priest, Charles Michel de Epee, became interested in education for deaf people. He invented a finger alphabet (字母表). It is still in use. People can make the sign for letters and spell words with their hands, and deaf people can read and understand them. Soon there were schools for the deaf in many countries. The only university for the deaf is Gallaudet College in Washington, D.C. Today, in the United States, there are special TV news programs for deaf people. The newsreader tells the news in sign language. At the same time, the words appear on the TV screen. The actors in the Theatre of Deaf don’t spell every word. Sometimes they use hand signs. When they put two hands together, it means sandwich. They can make a roof with their hands when they want to show a house. One finger in front of an actor’s mouth can mean quiet. You can talk to people who are behind windows that are closed. And when you go swimming with your friends, you can have conversations under water. How many hand signs do you use every day? 53. Which of the following about sign language is TRUE? A. It is a special language used in a few countries in the world. B. It is a way to express one’s ideas without words. C. It is only used by the deaf. D. It can be heard. 54. If you want to express the idea that “I am very friendly” to someone, you will ______. A. raise your hand B. put one hand onto the other C. smile to the person D. make a roof with your hands 55. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Hand signs instead of finger signs are used everyday. B. There are schools, colleges and universities for the deaf in the USA. C. The French priest Charles invented sign language. D. Even babies are using sign language. 56. The passage is mainly about ______. A. an introduction to sign language B. the importance of sign language C. a famous priest in France D. how to use sign language 4 Text consolidation 课文巩固 10’ Famous scientist as he is,Yuan Longping considers himself a farmer.As a young man, Yuan Longping saw the great need for increasing the rice __57__________ . At
the time, ___58________ was a disturbing problem in China. He wanted to increase rice harvests without ____59________ the area of the fields. In 1974,a special strain of rice made it possible to produce one-third more of the ____60_______ in the same fields. _____61_______ to his research, the UN has more tools in the ________62_____ to rid the world of hunger. He is now____63____ his rice knowledge in less developed countries to increase their rice harvests and he wants to __64________ his rice so that it can be grown around the globe. Though he has ____65_______ for the past five decades, Dr Yuan is quite _______66________ with his life. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to violin music, playing mah-jong, swimming and reading. 5 改错 10’ Dear Diana, Thank you for the lovely day we have with you. It was so kind for you to let us bring Anne’s friend ，Gina. Unfortunate, the only problem was the journey home. There had been a terrible accident on the highway and , for a result, there was a long line of traffic for at least six mile. In the end, we drove to a service station and waited there unless the road was clear. In the car park here Gina nearly got knocked over as car drove out far too quickly from behind a lorry. They finally dropped Gina off at her parents’ and made our own way to home. Much love, Fiona 第五节：书面表达（满分 18 分）
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