注意：试题共五大题，满分为 100 分 一、选择填空（共 15 分，每小题 1 分） 1 . The robbers had no trouble in them. A . breaking out B . breaking into C . breaking up new China was founded. C. as D . tha
t D . breaking away from the bank , but when they came out , the police were waiting for
2 . It was on October 1st 1949 A . which 3. Neither John nor I A . are B . am B . when
able to persuade Richard?s grandfather to attend the wedding. C . are to be . D . advertise D . is
4 . Owing to the rain the garden party did not take place as A . advertising 5. B . being advertised C . advertised
, where we can have French food. B . Next to it is another restaurant D . Next is another restaurant to it his teacher?s instruction. B . should not follow D . hadn?t followed
A . It is next to another restaurant C . Next to it another restaurant is
6 . His failure in the experiment suggested that he A . should not have followed C . mustn?t have followed
7 . It is a____ fact that cigarette smoking is not good for health. A . proven 8. universities. A . What…because B . That…what C . What…that D . That…because it can ever really be controlled. D . what B. proved made the school proud was C. proving D. provable
more than 90% of the students had been admitted to key
9. Many people who know the Missouri River will doubt A . which 10 . It?s A . very cheaper B . whether C . that
to camp than to stay in a hotel. B . much cheaper C . most cheaper the birds have begun singing. C . why D . since D . more cheaper
11 . The day must be breaking , A . because 12 . A . Who 13 . She inquired A .why B . as
you don?t like him is none of my business. B . That C . Which D . Whether
he had not thought of this before. B . how C . which
D . who
14. When the soldiers marched into the valley, they suddenly found themselves A . surrounding B . surrounded C. having surrounded it for two years. It
by enemy forces D . to be surrounded
15. Tom has got a watch. He A. has had; was bought
by his father. D .has bought; was bought
B. was bought; bought
C. has got; is bought
二、阅读理解（共 40 分，每小题 2 分） Passage 1 I like watching TV very much for I think it has many advantages. First of all, watching TV is a good kind of rest. After a day?s hard work, we need a good rest. Watching TV can make our mind and body not tired any more because of the pleasant music and TV plays. Besides, watching TV is entertaining. There are many kinds of entertainment, such as sports activities, singing and dancing concerts, plays and films of every part of the world. It?s not possible for us to go to every place to enjoy all the activities within a short time. We need at 1east over ten hours to drive from Queens District to Manhattan District. But within just one second, TV can bring us from an NBA game in New York to a fashion show in Paris by changing the channels (频道). Most importantly, watching TV is educational. Our children can learn every kind of subject through the educational programs and the special reports on TV, and it?s easy for them to learn Chinese from a Chinese teacher in Beijing and to learn Russian from a Russian teacher in Moscow. We can even learn how to behave well from the TV plays. Meanwhile, a teacher on TV can teach millions of students without a huge classroom. 16. The writer wrote the text to A. show her ideas about TV C. introduce some TV programs 17. The best title for the text is . B. TV Brings Good Rest D. How to Use TV in Schools . B. persuade us to buy a TV D. tell us how to learn from TV programs
A. The Advantages of Watching TV C. Today?s Programs
18. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The writer dislikes watching TV.
B. There are no educational programs on TV in China. C. It?s easy to drive from Manhattan District to Queens District. D. There are many kinds of entertainment programs on TV. 19. According to the writer, what is the most important reason for watching TV? A. We can enjoy ourselves. C. We can see whatever we like. B. Watching TV is a good rest. D. We can learn something useful. .
20. In the second paragraph the writer wants to show A. TV stations send programs quickly B. TV brings different parts of world in front of us C. how to go to different places and enjoy ourselves
D. how long it will take a person to drive to different places Passage 2 Many students trying to increase their effective reading speed become discouraged when they find that if they try to race through a passage faster, they fail to take in what they have read. At the end, they have been so busy ?reading faster? that they cannot remember what the passage was about. The problem here is that the material they are practicing on is either too difficult for them in vocabulary or content, or not sufficiently interesting. We hope that the passages in this course material will be both interesting and fairly easy, but you should also practice as much as you can in your own time. Read things you like reading. Go to the subject catalogue in the library. Biography, sport, domestic science, the cinema .... there is bound to be some area that interests you and in which you can find books of about your level of ability or just below. If you want a quick check on how easy a book is, read through three or four pages at random. If there are, on average, more than five or six words on each page that are completely new to you, then the book is not suitable for reading-speed improvement. 21. This passage is mainly about how to__________. A) use the passages in a reading course C) improve reading speed B) develop reading comprehension D) make a good use of the library
22. The expression “books of about your level of ability ...” in paragraph I is closest in meaning
to __________. A) the books about your ability C) the books that you could find B) the books about your height D) the books that you can understand
23. According to this passage, if you could not understand a passage, you__________. A) may not sit in the library C) may not have practiced on reading it B) probably don?t know its background D) probably think it is too easy for you to read
24. If a book has seven or more new words on each page, a reader who wants to practice reading speed__________. A) will probably drop it C) may study it very carefully B) will probably read it very fast D) may read it with a dictions
25. Which of the following is NOT mentioned for fast reading purpose ? A) Books about tennis playing. C) Books about language testing. B) Books about ruining family. D) Books about personal life history. Passage 3 Drinking coffee has become a crucial part of the daily routine of more than 50 percent of Americans. But is this habit bad for our health, or does it do a body good? Several recent studies indicate that this popular beverage actually has an array of health benefits. According to researchers, coffee has been demonstrated to reduce the risk of several common medical illnesses---the most important of these is Type 2 diabetes, but also suicide, some forms of cancer and neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. Researchers found that when people imbibed four to six cups of java per day, versus only two or fewer, their risk for Type 2 diabetes decreased by almost 30 percent. The number decreased by 35 percent when people drank more than six cups per day. In another study, scientists found that through some mechanism a bitter tasting white powder formed after roasting coffee reduced patients' cravings for highly addictive substances like cocaine and heroine. This chemical helps the brain regulate the experiences of pleasure and pain. Caffeine, the most famous component of coffee, is also one of the more controversial ingredients in this popular beverage. It causes an increase in the activity of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which largely accounts for both caffeine's stimulating effects and its ability to diminish feelings of depression. However, some researchers have found that the caffeine in a cup of coffee has considerable negative health effects. One study indicated that coffee decreases the flow of blood to the heart. Other studies have found that caffeine in coffee can also cause heart palpitation, increased blood pressure and stress. In addition,
researchers pointed out that pregnant women should limit their caffeine intake because fetuses are sensitive to it. Based on these studies, we can see that coffee may improve a person's mood( at least temporarily) and decrease risk for certain diseases---good news for coffee adults. But it also appears to have some harmful effects. The final conclusion on coffee is yet to be drawn. 26. According to the passage, which of the following are less likely to suffer from Type 2 diabetes. A. people who hardly drink any coffee. B. people who drink only two cups of coffee per day.
C. people who drink four to six cups of coffee a day. D. people who drink more than six cups of coffee a day. 27. Drinking coffee might be good for A. people addicted to cocaine C. pregnant women . B. people with heart disease D. little babies . D. less blood to the heart.
28. Drinking coffee might lead to all of the following EXCEPT
A. higher blood pressure. B. more sensitive nerve C. irregular heartbeat. 29. According to the passage ,which of the following is NOT TRUE?. A. Coffee drinking is very popular among Americans. B. researchers have not reached a final conclusion about coffee. C. Evidence shows that coffee can reduce the risk of certain heart diseases.
D. coffee drinking might make people less likely to suffer from Parkinson?s disease. 30.Which of the following is the best title of the passage?. A. Another Cup of coffee? Why not? C. For Your Own Benefits, Drink More Coffee! Passage 4 The year was 1932. Amelia Earhart was flying alone from North America to England in a small single—engined aeroplane. At midnight, several hours after she had left Newfoundland, she ran into bad weather. To make things worse, her altimeter (高度表) failed and she didn?t know how high she was flying. At night, and in a storm, a pilot is in great difficulty without an altimeter. At times, her plane nearly plunged (冲) into the sea. Just before dawn, there was further trouble. Amelia noticed flames (火焰) coming from the engine. Would she be able to reach land? There was nothing to do except to keep going and to hope. In the end, Amelia Earhart did reach Ireland, and for the courage she had shown, she was warmly welcomed in England and Europe. When she returned to the United States, she was honored by President Hoover at a special dinner in the White House. From that time on, Amelia Earhart was famous.
B. Is Coffee Good or Bad for Your Health? D. For Your Health, Avoid Coffee!
What was so important about her flight? Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly the Atlantic Ocean alone, and she had set a record of fourteen hours and fifty—six minutes. In the years that followed, Amelia Earhart made several flights across the United States, and on each occasion (时刻) she set a new record for flying time. Amelia Earhart made these flights to show that women had a place in aviation (航空) and that air travel was useful. 31. Which of the following statements is NOT the difficulty which Amelia Earhart met in her flight from north America to England? A. She was caught in a storm. C. Her engine went wrong. B. The altimeter went out of order. D. She lost her direction.
32. When Amelia Earhart saw flames coming from the engine, what did she do? A. She did nothing but pray for herself. B. She changed her direction and landed in Ireland. C. She continued flying. D. She lost hope of reaching land. 33. According to the passage, what was Amelia Earhart?s reason for making her flights? A. To set a new record for flying time. B. To be the first woman to fly around the world. C. To show that aviation was not just for men. D. To become famous in the world. 34. Which of the following statements was NOT mentioned? A. She was the first woman who succeeded in flying across the Atlantic Ocean alone. B. She showed great courage in overcoming the difficulties during the flight. C She was warmly welcomed in England, Europe and the United States. D. She made plans to fly around the world. 35. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Amelia Earhart—First Across the Atlantic. B. Amelia Earhart—Pioneer in Women?s Aviation. C. A New Record for Flying Time. D. A Dangerous Flight from North America to England. 三、完型填空（共 15 分，每小题 1 分） Most children with healthy appetites are ready to eat almost anything that is offered them and a child rarely dislikes food 36 it is badly cooked. The way a meal is cooked and served is most important
served meal will improve a child's appetite. Never ask a child 39
he likes or dislikes a
food and never discuss likes and dislikes in front of him or allow hates fat meat or the father Take it 42 40
else to do so. If the mother says he 41 to copy this procedure.
vegetables in the child's hearing he is
Granted that he likes everything and he probably will. Nothing healthful should be omitted 43 dislike. At meal times it is a good 44 46 to give a child a small portion as he is likely to eat all at
for the meal because of a and let him 45
back for a second helping rather than give him as 47
once. Do not talk too much to the child 48
meal times， but let him get on with his food， and do not
him to leave the table immediately after a meal or he will soon learn to swallow his food so he can 49 circumstances must a child be Coaxed C. that C. eagerly C. What C. anybody C. refuses C. possible C. over C. considered C. idea C. bring C. much C. over C. force C. any C. neither
hurry back to his toys. Under 36.A. if 37.A. adequately 38.A. whether 39.A. somebody 40. A. opposes 41.A. willing 42.A. with 43. A. supposed 44. A. point 45. A. ask 46.A. little 47. A. no 48. A. agree 49.A.no 50.A.nor
forced to eat.
B. until B. urgently B. that B. everybody B. denies B. possible B. as B. proved B. custom B. come B. few B. during B. allow B. some B. but
D. unless D. attractively D. which D. nobody D . offends D. likely D. for D. related D. plan D. take D. many D. by D. persuade D. such D. or
四、汉译英（共 20 分，每小题 4 分） 61. 很多人认为癌症正成为一号杀手，但这不是事实。 62. 当你讲自己的语言时，你能说你想要说的。 63. 他默默地祈祷着，喜悦的泪水溢出了他的双眼。 64. 教员说，我们应该努力成为伟人而不是小人物。 65. After finishing her education, she travels across her nation as a public speaker to teenage kids, talking to them about their life choice. 66. Some company divisions are staffed by people of the same blood type. 67. Why are there significant new drugs to fight AIDS, but nothing as promising for the cancers that strike millions of people? 68. They finally sent her to the big city, where specialists can be called in to study her rare disease.
五、书面表达（10 分） 假设你是 Li Hua, 你的一位美国朋友 Peter 写信问你如何学习中文，请根据以下要点，写一封 100 字左右的回信，可以适当增加细节。 1．参加中文课 2． 阅读中文书籍、报纸和杂志 3． 学唱中文歌曲 4． 交中国朋友 注意：不要逐字翻译
选择填空（共 15 分，每小题 1 分） 6-10 DACBB 11-15 DBABA
二、阅读理解（共 40 分，每小题 2 分） Passage 1 16-20: AADDB（1-1） Passage 3 26-30: DABCB（2-3） 三、完型填空（共 15 分，每小题 1 分） 36--40 DDACC 41—45DDACB 46--50 CBBAD Passage 2 21-25: CDBAC(3-1) Passage 4 31-35: DCCDB
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