第一节 听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。 1. Why is the woman studying English? A. It will help her with her job. B. She wants to travel to America. C. She wants to find a good job. 2. What are the two speakers talking about? A. The woman’s grandparents. B. The woman’s parents. C. The woman’s family. 3. What is the man probably going to do? A. He is going home. B. He is going to give the woman a gift. C. He is going to pick up the woman. 4. Why doesn’t the man want to buy his wife a camera? A. She doesn’t like it. B. It costs too much. C. It’s difficult to use.
5. What do we learn about the woman’s neighbour? A. Her diet is not effective. B. Her favourite food is banana. C. She has lost much weight. 第二节 听下面四段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项。 听第 6 段对话，回答第 6～7 题。
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6. Where is this conversation taking place? A. In a library. 7. What kind of book did the man find? A. Mystery. 听第 7 段对话，回答第 8～10 题。 8. Why did the woman go to the office? A. To see her friend. B. To ask for a job. C. To make fun of the man. 9. Why did the woman dislike working in the Middle East? A. Because she hated living there. B. Because it was far from home. C. Because she’d lived there for years. 10. Which place did the woman want to go? A. A large country. B. A nearer country. C. A new and different country. 听第 8 段对话，回答第 11～13 题。 11. What does the woman offer to do for the man? A. Type his paper. B. Help him with his research. C. Present his findings at the July conference. 12. Why does the man need to finish the paper? A. He’s about to leave for a new job. B. He wants to present it at a conference. C. The woman has requested it. 13. What month is it now? A. July. B. September. C. May. B. Poetry. C. Travel. B. In a school. C. In a bookstore.
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听第 9 段对话，回答第 14～15 题。 14. What is Bob going to do tomorrow afternoon? A. To go back home. B. To try some seafood. C. To go to the Science Museum. 15. What does Joan think of the Science Museum? A. She likes it very much. B. She has no interest in it. C. She doesn’t think much of it. 第三节 听第 10 段材料，完成表格中缺少的信息。 How can I learn English Watch English Place myself in an Watch TV news reports. 16 environment. Listen to Keep a situational 16. _______ 18 reports. 20 , remember certain words and expressions. 19. _______ 20. _______ 17 to learn words and expressions.
19 . In a particular 18. _______
21. From the top of the building you can see the beach in ______ distance and the sea looks especially beautiful at _______ distance. A. the; / B. /; a C. a; the D. the; a
22. The price of petrol has been rising in recent years, and the present price is nearly _________ that of five years ago. A. expensive twice than C. twice as expensive B. twice expensive D. twice
23. While I was driving on the main road, a yellow car suddenly _______ and really scared me. A. cut down B. cut off C. cut in D. cut out
24. The girl was sleeping when the fire ________ , but fortunately she narrowly escaped. A. broke away B. broke out C. broke down D. broke in
25. A beautiful and quiet natural environment is of great _______ to one’s mental and physical health.
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26. I want to save some money to buy a new bike, ______ that is both fashionable and strong. A. the one B. one C. which D. it
27. There is always some doubt in my mind _______ there is an end to gas and oil. A. whether B. if C. that D. where
28. — May I use your printer, Jason? I want to print this report. — __________, I am not using it. A. Go ahead B. Come on C. So what D. Never mind
29. Suggestions from the advisors are taken into consideration _______ environment not be harmed. A. which B. that C. when D. whether
30. Many great men were actually not _______ in wealthy families but rather out of poverty. A. brought away B. brought about C. brought up D. brought in
31. My doctor advised me to go a balanced diet ________ just low-fat food. A. other than B. more than C. less than D. rather than
32. — I lost my job. I’ve got to find another job now. — __________. Life just has been hard before it becomes easy. A. Go ahead B. Cheer up C. I can’t believe it D. No way
33. After so many years, I find Kelly still _______ she was – dynamic, always so busy. A. whom B. that C. who D. what
34. Chinese scientists recently have launched into space another moon satellite, _______ as much as 20 tons. A. weighed B. weighing C. being weighed D. weight
35. — Believe it? I can swim _________ the other side of the lake. — OK, Jim, let me tell you that this lake is not your bathtube. A. as far as B. as well as C. as long as D. as good as
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For hundreds of years, people dreamed of being able to fly. Many of the early attempts at flight seem humorous today: people built wings and jumped off the air with rockets. But all attempts were unsucessful using 39 36 38 buildings, or tried to shoot themselves 37
two French brothers thought of a new way, 40 . They built a
. They believed that if balloons were filled with hot air, they would 41 the air in it until the balloon 42
very large balloon and
a height of 1,800 metres. Then the air
in the balloon cooled before the balloon slowly sank back to the ground. The brothers’ next balloon went up a few months later, with three animals this kind of flight. The balloon rose two and a half kilometres and successful, the brothers knew they were 45 44 43 to test the safety of
safely. When this test was 46
to send up a human being. They put a man aboard, 47
tied him to the earth so that he would not go too high. He rose only 25 metres. A month went together and rose to a height of 900 metres, 48
, two men
travelling over nine kilometres. They returned safely to earth, and the brothers were trying. The success of balloons was military applications and 51 50
they were used not only for sport and recreation but also had
transport people over large distances. Some balloons travelled from 52 airships, and filled them with
Europe to America easily. Men made long, cigar-shaped balloons hydrogen. These airships were 53
by engines and could be easily controlled. But hydrogen gas was 54 . Acccidents happened, including the intentional
found to be dangerous, because it could so easily
fire set on the Hindenburg. Many people died in these accidents, either burning or falling to their deaths. These accidents brought 36. A. old 37. A. by 38. A. until 39. A. rockets 40. A. explode 41. A. blew 42. A. arrived 43. A. abroad 44. A. returned 55 the hydrogen-filled airship but not to man’s dream of flying. C. high C. with C. unless C. planes C. fire C. filled C. reached C. broad C. succeeded
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B. large B. into B. for B. balloons B. rise B. found B. became B. aboard B. touched
D. wooden D. to D. though D. fires D. expand D. heated D. raised D. board D. tried
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B. willing B. thus B. later B. though B. encouraged B. so as B. were used to B. produced B. equipped B. be on fire
C. disappointed C. but C. after C. when C. surprised C. as if C. got used to C. made C. furnished C. catch fire B. benefit from D. consequence for
D. lucky D. even D. before D. while D. refused D. even though D. were used for D. called D. decorated D. be in fire
A EDGEWOOD — Every morning at Dixie Heights High School, customers pour into a special experiment: the district’s first coffee shop run mostly by students with special learning needs. Well before classes start, students and teachers order Lattes, Cappuccinos and Hot Chocolates. Then, during the first period, teachers call in orders on their room phones, and students make deliveries. By closing time at 9:20 am, the shop usually sells 90 drinks. “Whoever made the chi tea, Ms Schatzman says it was good,” Christy McKinley, a second year student, announced recently, after hanging up with the teacher. The shop is called the Dixie PIT, which stands for Power in Transition. Although some of the students are not disabled, many are, and the PIT helps them prepare for life after high school. They learn not only how to run a coffee shop but also how to deal with their affairs. They keep a timecard and receive paychecks, which they keep in check registers. Special-education teachers Kim Chevalier and Sue Casey introduced the Dixie PIT from a similar program at Kennesaw Mountain High School in Georgia. Not that it was easy. Chevalier’s first problem to overcome was product-related. Should schools be selling coffee? What about sugar content? Kenton County Food Service Director Ginger Gray helped. She made sure all the drinks, which use
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non-fat milk, fell within nutrition (营养) guidelines. The whole school has joined in to help. Teachers agreed to give up their lounge (休息室) in the mornings. Art students painted the name of the shop on the wall. Business students designed the paychecks. The basketball team helped pay for cups. 56. What is the text mainly about? A. A best-selling coffee. B. A special educational program. C. Government support for schools. D. A new type of teacher-student relationship. 57. The Dixie PIT program was introduced in order to ______. A. raise money for school affairs B. do some research on nutrition C. develop students’ practical skills D. supply teachers with drinks 58. How did Christy McKinley know Ms Schatzman’s opinion of the chi tea? A. She met her in the shop. B. She heard her telling others. C. She talked to her on the phone. D. She went to her office to deliver the tea. 59. We know from the text that Ginger Gray ______. A. manages the Dixie PIT program in Kenton County B. sees that the drinks meet health standards C. teaches at Dixie Heights High School D. owns the school’s coffee shop
B Along the river banks of the Amazon and the Orinoco there lives a bird that swims before it can fly, flies like a fat chicken, eats green leaves, has the stomach of a cow and has claws (爪) on its wings when young. They build their homes about 4.6 m above the river, an important feature (特征) for the safety of the young. It is called the hoatzin.
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In appearance, the birds of both sexes look very much alike with brown on the back and cream and red on the underside. The head is small, with a large set of feathers on the top, bright red eyes, and blue skin. Its nearest relatives are the common birds, cuckoos. Its most striking feature, though, is only found in the young. Baby hoatzins have a claw on the leading edge of each wing and another at the end of each wing tip. Using these four claws, together with the beak (喙), they can climb about in the bushes, looking very much like primitive birds must have done. When the young hoatzins have learned to fly, they lose their claws. During the drier months between December and March hoatzins fly about the forest in groups of 20 to 30 birds, but in April, when the rainy season begins, they collect together in smaller living units of two to seven birds for producing purposes. 60. What is the text mainly about? A. Hoatzins in dry and rainy seasons. B. The relatives and enemies of hoatzins. C. Primitive birds and hoatzins of the Amazon. D. The appearance and living habits of hoatzins. 61. Young hoatzins are different from their parents in that ______. A. they look like young cuckoos B. they have claws on the wings C. they eat a lot like a cow D. they live on river banks 62. What can we infer about primitive birds from the text? A. They had claws to help them climb. B. They could fly long distances. C. They had four wings like hoatzins. D. They had a head with long feathers on the top. 63. Why do hoatzins collect together in smaller groups when the rainy season comes? A. To find more food. B. To protect themselves better. C. To keep themselves warm. D. To produce their young.
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C Science can’t explain the power of pets, but many studies have shown that the company of pets can help lower blood pressure (血压) and raise chances of recovering from a heart attack, reduce loneliness and spread all-round good cheer. Any owner will tell you how much joy a pet brings. For some, an animal provides more comfort than a husband/wife. A 2002 study by Karen Allen of the State University of New York measured stress (紧张) levels and blood pressure in people — half of them pet owners — while they performed 5 minutes of mental arithmetic (算术) or held a hand in ice water. Subjects completed the tasks alone, with a husband/wife, a close friend or with a pet. People with pets did it best. Those tested with their animal friends had smaller change in blood pressure and returned most quickly to baseline heart rates. With pets in the room, people also made fewer math mistakes than when doing in front of other companions. It seems people feel more relaxed (放松)around pets, says Allen, who thinks it may be because pets don’t judge. A study reported last fall suggests that having a pet dog not only raises your spirits but may also have an effect on your eating habits. Researchers at Northwestern Memorial Hospital spent a year studying 36 fat people and their equally fat dogs on diet-and-exercise programs; a separate group of 56 people without pets were put on a diet program. On average, people lost about 11 pounds, or 5% of their body weight. Their dogs did even better, losing an average of 12 pounds, more than 15% of their body weight. Dog owners didn’t lose any more weight than those without dogs but, say researchers, got more exercise overall — mostly with their dogs — and found it worth doing. 64. What does the text mainly discuss? A. What pets bring to their owners. B. How pets help people calm down. C. People’s opinions of keeping pets. D. Pet’s value in medical research. 65. We learn from the text that a person with heart disease has a better chance of getting well if ______. A. he has a pet companion B. he has less stress of work C. he often does mental arithmetic D. he is taken care of by his family
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66. According to Allen, why did the people do better with pets around when completing stressful tasks? A. They have lower blood pressure. B. They become more patient. C. They are less nervous. D. They are in higher spirits. 67. The research mentioned in the last paragraph reports that ______. A. people with dogs did more exercise B. dogs lost the same weight as people did C. dogs liked exercise much more than people did D. people without dogs found the program unhelpful D There were smiling children all the way. Charily they knew at what time the train passed their homes and they made it their business to stand along the railway, wave to complete strangers and cheer them up as they rushed towards Penang. Often whole families stood outside their homes and waved and smiled as if those on the trains were their favourite relatives. This is the simple village people of Malaysia. I was moved. I had always travelled to Malaysia by plane or car, so this was the first time I was on a train. I did not particularly relish the long train journey and had brought along a dozen magazines to read and reread. I looked about the train. There was not one familiar face. I sighed and sat down to read my Economics. It was not long before the train was across the Causeway and in Malaysia. Johore Baru was just another city like Singapore, so I was tired of looking at the crowds of people as they hurried past. As we went beyond the city, I watched the straight rows of rubber trees and miles and miles of green. Then the first village came into sight. Immediately I came alive; I decided to wave back. From then on my journey became interesting. I threw my magazines into the waste basket and decided to join in Malaysian life. Then everything came alive. The mountains seemed to speak to me. Even the trees were smiling. I stared at everything as if I was looking at it for the first time. The day passed fast and I even forgot to have my lunch until I felt hungry. I looked at my watch and was surprised that it was 3:00 pm. Soon the train pulled up at Butterworth. I looked at the people all around me. They all looked beautiful. When my uncle waved with a smile, I threw my arms around him to give
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him a warm hug (拥抱). I had never done this before. He seemed surprised and then his weather-beaten face warmed up with a huge smile. We walked arm in arm to his car. I looked forward to the return journey. 68. The author expected the train trip to be ______. A. adventurous B. pleasant C. exciting D. dull
69. What did the author remember most fondly of her train trip? A. The friendly country people. B. The mountains along the way. C. The crowds of people in the streets. D. The simple lunch served on the train. 70. Which of the following words can best take the place of the word “relish” in the second paragraph? A. choose B. enjoy C. prepare for D. carry on
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你的看法。 It has been recently reported that … _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
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一、听力理解 Text 1 M: Why are you studying English? W: I work at the front desk in a big hotel here. We have a lot of guests from America, so I want to improve my listening and speaking ability of English. Text 2 M: Mary, you have told me about your parents. Are there any other people in your family? W: Yes. There are still my grandparents and my brother. M: Oh, you are lucky to live in a large family. Text 3 W: Sorry, but I didn’t quite catch that. M: I said, “Can I give you a lift?” W: Isn’t it out of your way? M: No, it’s on my way home. Text 4 W: Have you decided what to get your wife for Christmas yet? M: No, not yet. I know she likes cameras, but that’s too expensive. Text 5 M: Everyone seems to be on a diet. Have you noticed that? W: Yes, a neighbour of mine is on a banana diet. She eats a banana for breakfast, a banana for lunch, and two bananas for dinner, yet she doesn’t look any thinner. Text 6 W: I enjoy going through second-hand bookstores, don’t you? It’s interesting to see what people used to enjoy reading. Did you see this old book of children’s stories? M: Some of these books aren’t so old, though. See? This mystery was published only six years ago. It cost seventy-five cents. W: Hey! Look at this! M: What? Are you getting interested in nineteenth-century poetry all of a sudden?
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W: No. Look at the inscription. Someone gave this book as a present, and wrote a note on the inside of the front cover. It’s dated 1893. Maybe it’s worth something. M: Everything on that shelf is worth fifty cents. W: But if this is the signature of someone who is well known, it might bring a lot more. I hear William Shakespeare’s signature is worth about a million dollars. M: Oh? I can hardly read what that one says. Who wrote it? W: The name looks like “Harold Dobson”. Maybe “Dobbins”? Wasn’t he a politician or something? I’m going to buy this book and see if I can find a name like that in the library. M: Good luck. Your poetry book may make you rich, but I’ll bet my seventy-five-cent mystery is a better buy. Text 7 M: Mrs Smith, we’re very pleased that you want to work for our company. I wonder if you’d be interested in working in India. W: India? But I’ve lived there. I was there for years. M: How about Brazil? W: Brazil? No, I’ve worked there. M: Well, would you consider the Middle East? W: Certainly not, I’ve worked there, too. I spent three years there. M: Well, there’s China, perhaps. W: No, not China. I’ve seen China. M: It’s a big country. W: Yes, and I’ve worked there for a long time. Can’t you find any other country? M: Well, there’s this island in the Pacific. W: Island? Which island? I’ve lived there. M: But, Mrs Smith, there are thousands of islands, as we all know. W: Well, I’ve seen them all. Really, can’t you let me go to a different country from those you’ve mentioned?
Text 8 W: Bob, you’ve been so busy lately that we don’t see you any more.
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M: I’ve been trying to finish this research project so that I can present my findings at the conference in July. W: But that’s two months away. You’ve still got lots of time. M: Not really. You see, I’ve finished all the research, and I’ve just organized all my notes, but it will take me almost two months to type them. W: Well, if that’s your only problem, I can type your paper in less than two weeks. Text 9 M: Hi, Joan. W: Hi, Bob. Have you ever been to the Science Museum? M: No, I’m going there tomorrow afternoon. W: Well, you’ll love it. Have you taken a bus tour? That’s the best way to get to know the city. M: Not yet. But I hear that it’s worth doing. W: What about the zoo? Have you been there yet? M: Oh, yes. That was lovely. It’s one of the nicest zoos I’ve seen, I think. W: And if you’re interested in art, you should visit the National Art Gallery. It has a famous collection of Italian paintings. M: Yes, I’ve heard about that I should try to get there while I am here. W: And don’t forget to try some of the local restaurants. M: Yes, I certainly will. Text 10 How do I study English? Well, first of all, I put myself into an English environment as much as possible. Uh, for example, I like to watch films in English, which forces me to learn words and expressions. Uh, you can also watch TV news reports or listen to radio reports. You know anything is really helpful, as long as you can hear the language regularly. I also keep a situational notebook. For example, in a restaurant, you use a certain word or an expression over and over again. So if you can remember just one particular phrase for each situation, you can immediately use that when you need it and have more confidence in your ability. In this way your language ability will develop quickly, I think. 1. A 9. C 2. C 10. C 3. C 11. A 17. films 4. B 12. B 5. A 13. C 6. C 14. C 7. A 15. A 20. situation 8. B
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二、单项选择 21. D 解析：本题主要考查冠词用法。in the distance 在远处，在很远的地方；at a distance 在一定的 距离上，在稍远一点的地方。 22. D 解析：本题主要考查倍数的表达方式：倍数 + as … as；倍数 + 比较级 + than …；倍数 +名 词。本题就是使用“倍数+名词”的表达方法。 23. C 解析：本题主要考查动词 cut 的相关词组。cut in 插队，插嘴；cut out 删除，去掉；cut down 减少；cut off 断绝，隔绝。 24. B 解析：本题考查动词词组。break out 灾难、战争、流行病等爆发；break down 垮塌，中断，崩 溃；break in 打断说话；break away 脱离团体组织。根据句义选 B。 25. A 解析：本题考查名词意义。benefit 好处，利益；be of benefit to sb 对某人有益。 26. B 解析：本题考查代词 one 作同位语，one 后面常常还带上定语。由于 one 指代的 bike 不是特指， ． 故不用 the。 27. A 解析：本题考查 doubt 后面的同位语从句。“There is some doubt whether …” 或是 “There is no doubt that …”。 28. A 解析：本题考查交际用语。Go ahead! 表示不需要请示或商量，让对方自主地去做某事；还可以 表示让对方先行，或是让对方继续说。 29. B 解析：本题考查 suggestion 的同位语从句，that 引导的从句是同位语从句，而且 suggestion(建 议)的同位语从句中也用 should 来体现虚拟语气，而且 should 可以省略。 30. C 解析： 本题考查动词词组。 bring up 培养， 成长， 用被动比较多； bring in 带来， 收入， 引进； bring about 引发，引起；bring away 带走。根据句义选 C。 31. D 解析：rather than 而不是；other than 除什么之外。根据句义选 D。 32. B 解析：本题考查交际用语。Cheer up! 用来鼓舞别人，让人振作起来，也可以说 cheer sb up。 33. D 解析：本题考查 what 引导的名词性从句。在名词性从句中，what 可以作主语、宾语或表语。 此题中 what 作表语。 34. B 解析：本题考查动词 weigh 的用法。weigh 作及物动词，表示“称某东西的重量” ；而作为不 及物动词的时候，表示“重多少” ，相当于系动词，而且不用进行时态和被动语态。本题中 weighing 作定语。 35. A 解析：本题考查 as … as 结构。as far as 表示“到达多远的地方” 。 三、完形填空 36. C 解析：早期人类给自己装上翅膀，然后爬到高的房子上跳下去，从而进行滑翔。
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37. B 解析：into the air/sky 向着天空，借助火箭把人射入高空。 38. A 解析：人类前期的尝试都以失败告终，直到一对法国兄弟想到了利用热气球。 39. B 解析：根据后文的信息，可知是利用热气球进行飞翔。 40. B 解析：热气球加热以后就会上升，rise 为最佳答案。 41. D 解析：前文讲到气球里面填充热的空气，因此，应该是加热 heat。 42. C 解析：reach a height of 到达??高度。 43. B 解析：aboard 表示“在船或飞机上” ，是副词，此处表示在热气球上。 44. A 解析：根据上下文，应该是取得成功，所以热气球应该是安全返回的。 45. A 解析：有了动物的试验，兄弟俩就准备让热气球带人上天了。 46. C 解析：他们让人上热气球，但又不能让热气球飞得太高而失去控制，就要拴牢。 47. B 解析：a month later 一个月以后。在过去某个时间以后一般用 later。 48. D 解析：while doing sth 在做某事期间。 49. B 解析：前面试验成功，兄弟俩被鼓舞了。 50. A 解析：such that 引导结果状语从句，such 作前一句的表语。 51. B 解析：be used to do 被用来做；get used to doing 习惯做。 52. D 解析：called 作定语，表示“被称为??的东西” 。 53. A 解析：be powered by 以??为动力。 54. C 解析：catch fire 着火；set fire 纵火；be on fire 着火了，表示状态。 55. A 解析：bring an end to sth 结束某事。 四、阅读理解 56. B 解析：本文介绍了一种新的学校项目，在校内由学生经营咖啡厅。 57. C 解析：根据 “Although some of the students are not disabled, many are, and the PIT helps them prepare for life after high school.” 和 “They learn not only how to run a coffee shop but also how to deal with their affairs. They keep a timecard and receive paychecks, which they keep in check registers.” 可知 选 C。 58. C 解析：根据 “after hanging up with the teacher” 可知选 C。 59. B 解析：由倒数第三段可知选 B。 60. D 解析：文章中主要讲述这种鸟的外貌和习性，故 D 为最佳。 61. B 解析：由 “When the young hoatzins have learned to fly, they lose their claws.” 可知选 B。 62. A 解析：由文章第三段可知选 A。
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63. D 解析：由文章最后一段可知 D 为最佳。 64. A 解析：文章讲到养宠物有诸多好处。 65. A 解析：根据第一段的信息可知选 A。 66. C 解析：由第二段最后一句可知选 C。 67. A 解析：由最后一段可知，养狗的人总体上来说锻炼要比没有养狗的人多。 68. D 解析：第二段告诉我们作者坐火车旅行带了很多杂志读了又读，就是为了打发无聊的时光。 69. A 解析：通读全文可知选项 A 符合题意。 70. B 解析：根据上下文，可知作者本来就没有发现坐火车有趣，不喜欢坐火车。故选 B。 五、阅读下面的短文，根据上下文和空白处首字母的提示补全单词 71. where 76. scratch 72. need 77. stopped 73. examined 78. whether 74. damage 79. Excellence 75. install 80. own
六、书面表达 参考范文： It has been reported that the total number of cars possessed by Chinese families are overtaking that in the US. While quite a lot of people are feeling proud of that, I am feeling deeply concerned. With a growing number of cars going on the roads, traffic is becoming a real headache for every car driver. What usually takes only half an hour’s drive probably will take time long, which has already proved true in some of the major cities around the world. Another problem we are facing with is the energy crisis. Oil will have to be replaced by some clean and environmentally friendly energy. Otherwise great disaster will in time destroy the whole human being. What’s worse, more farmlands will have to be destroyed to build roads for more cars, thus leaving inadequate land for agriculture. The consequence could be really disasterous.
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