题号 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 答案 B C B B C C B C B A 题号 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 答案 B A C A C B C A A C
1． 7，000，000/seven mill
2．under 25/under twenty-five
5．a better life
题号 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 答案 B A D A B B A B D A 题号 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 答案 C D D B A B C A B B
题号 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 答案 C A D C B C D A C B 题号 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 答案 D A A B C A D D B C
41. C 根据常识，作者走进一家饭店 / 旅馆一小时后要离开可以推断，他到这里是为了吃饭。
42. A 根据句意，选择took表示"拿走"。
43. D 词组be ready to do ...表示"准备做某事"。
44. C 那位服务员把外套拿到作者面前，因此用brought。
45 .B 副词suddenly说明作者感到意外。
46. C 根据下一句话You've brought someone else's coat可以推断，作者这时仔细看了看那件外套。
47. D someone else's coat表示"其他人的外套"。
48. A 根据逻辑判断前后为转折语义。
49. C suppose表示"猜测，猜想"。
50. B 这样的事有时候会发生。
51. D 词组go over to someone表示"向某人走过去"。
52. A 根据后面回答Yes可知前面是一般疑问句式，因此选C。
53. A 根据后面一句话the young man arrived可以推断，警察打电话给那个人。
54. B 这时当然要感谢作者了。
55. C 语义转折，可意为：然而我是在火车上丢的戒指。
56. A 作者把刚才发生的事(story)告诉给他。
57. D 那么这只戒指是如何在那个外套里的呢?
58. D 意思是"那时有人坐在或站在你的旁边吗？"
59. B 但是这里的这位朋友不是小偷。
60. C No在这里表示"是的，他不是一个小偷"。
题号 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 答案 B B D D D A A D B B 题号 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 答案 A C B C B C B
1.enough 2.due to 3.touth 4.adolescencel 5. addicted
6. accustomed to 7.withdrawal 8.automatically 9.mentally 10.quit
11.effects 12.lungs 13.pregnant 14.abnormal 15.breathless
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We are very happy to move into the new building to study at the beginning of this term. On entering the classroom, I saw not only clean walls but new desks and chairs. In addition there is a multimedia to improve the teaching effect. But at the same time, we should consider how to protect and use them. First of all, drawing on the wall is forbidden. Second, after finished using multimedia, one should close it at once to prolong its life. Above all, saving on electricity not wasting it is our duty. If you are the last who leaves our classroom, don't forget shut off the lights.
W：Richard，your new tie is so beautiful．Was it expensive？
M：Not really．One tie is 25 dollars．But if you buy two ties，you can save 5 dollars altogether，so I bought two．
M：Are you still teaching at the school？
W：Not since May．My husband and I went into business together as soon as he left politics．
M：Excuse me，Ms Benson．Can I talk to you for a minute？
W：Sure，see．What's the matter?
M：I'm really having problems learning English．I do all my work and come to class，but I'm not making much progress．What do you think I should do？
W：Maybe it's a little hard for you to learn English，but you are improving．Do you spend much time with Americans？
W：David，did you get the part you tried out for in the play？
M：That role was given to someone else，but I got a better part．
M：Did they play for about two hours？
W：No．This time the concert was over in an hour and a half.
W：What do you find hardest in learning English？
M：I find listening really hard．Sometimes it's just impossible to understand.
W：Well，you just need a lot of practice．The more you listen to English，the easier it becomes.
M：It's easier said than done！
W：Why don't you buy a radio? Then you can listen to BBC Radio or VOA English program on the radio．
M：Do you think that would help？
W: Of course.
M: That's a good idea. But I also have some difficulty in writing.
W: Oh, well, for that, you'd better find an English pen friend.
M：hank you for your advice.
W：May I help you?
M：Yes, I' d like to send this letter to my friend in England.
W: Did you write your return address on the envelope
M: Yes, I did.
W: How do you want to send it?
M: I guess I will send I t by airmail.
W: Does it have anything valuable inside?
M: Yes. I enclosed a check and some photographs.
W: Then you'd better send it by registered mail.
M: That's a good idea. Will you take care of that for me?
W: I' m sorry, sir. You' 11 have to take your letter to the next window.
W: Okay, M r Gates, let's go ahead and begin. First of all, tell me about your first job.
M: Well, I worked for five years at Hi-tech Computers.
W: Okay. Hi-tech. How about your website authoring skills? Oh, we are looking for someone to create and manage our company's website.
M: Umm.. . uh, website, website. Huh... I don't think I've read that book.
W: Huh? I And what about your experience with making flash?
M: Well... I think sometimes computers flash... if that's what you mean.
W: Okay, Mr Gates. I think I have all the information I need!
M: Oh. and I really like computer games. I play them every day.
W: Right, right. Thanks, Mr Gates. We'll be in touch.
M: Linda! How are you`? It's been ages since we last met 5 years ago! What are you doing these clays?
W: I have just opened my restaurant. I' m also the head cook.
M: What? You've always hated cooking!
W: Well, I used to hate cooking, but now I love it.
M: When did you change your mind?
W: After I tried French food. Before that, I used to cook really boring things for my family.
M: I still can't believe it! So did you go to cooking school or something?
W：Yes．I went to California to study．
M：Really? How long did you stay there？
W：I was there between 1997 and 1999．
M：And what did you do after that？
W：Then I came back here．I worked for about two years to get some experience．
M：That's great！So where is you，restaurant？I'm going to eat there, this weekend！
Ladies and gentlemen, it's a great pleasure for me to have an opportunity to introduce something about American colleges．Today there are about seven million Americans in colleges and universities. Young people under twenty-five make up nearly half of the American population．Many of those will soon be in charge of the nation. Naturally their ideas are important to everyone in the country, and it is necessary for older people to understand what they think and feel.
College students today have strong opinions about what is right and what is wrong in society. They are deeply interested in making a better life for all people, especially for those who have not been given a fair chance before now. They see much about what is wrong in the lives of their parents. But it is hard for them to see what is right and good in American families, their family belief for example. Your country may be meeting with such problems, too.
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