从A、 B、 C、 D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑．
1.-How about the book you are reading ?
-Good , indeed . It ________many problems we have come across in our study.
A. says B. talks C. covers D. refers
2. I'd like to take my picture ________stands a high tower.
A. where B. which C. that D. there
3. I'd like to buy a house, modern and comfortable, and __________, in a quiet place.
A. afar all B. above all C. in all D. for all
4. -You've got a good result in your research, haven't you?
-Yes , but much ________ .
A. remains to do B. is remains to do C. remains to be done D. has remained to do it
5. -I must be leaving now. It'll be 3 hours' drive to get there.
A. Good-bye B. Take care C. Take it easy D. What can I do for you
6. Nobody could have guessed , in those days , the place in history that Martin Luther King, Jr
A. was having B. was to have C. had had D. had
7. The queen will visit the town in May , ________ she will open the new hospital.
A. when B. then C. while D. but
8. I'll come , ________ I don't expect to enjoy myself.
A. if B. since C. as D. though
9. You _________in such a hurry just now. Look, there is plenty of time left.
A. don't have to do it B. needn't have done it
C. wouldn't do it D. mustn't have done it
10. _____________is one of the five working language at U.N. , which _______ are very
A. The Chinese, the Chinese B. Chinese language, Chinese
C. Chinese, the Chinese D. Chinese language, the Chinese
11. -What's your problem ?
- I have lost sight of my mum and dad . I saw them ________ in front of me a moment ago.
A. were walking B. to have walker C. walk D. walking
12. Children are tired of learning often because they are __________to do more than they can.
A. expected B. suggested C. hoped D. wished
13. _________ concerts will be needed if we wanted to collect enough money to start a school.
A. Some other ten B. Another ten C. Other ten D. Ten others
14. The door burst open and ________ , shouting with anger.
A. in rushed the crowd B. rushed in the crowd
C. the crowd tin rushed D. in the crowd rushed
15. We carved their names on the stone so that younger generations could know what
their forefathers ____ for the nation.
A. did B. were doing C. had done D. have been doing
阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题 四个选项（A、 B、 C、 D中选出能填入相应空白处 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑．
In its home country of Germany, the hot dog was called the frankfurter. It was named 16 Frankfurt, a German city.
Frankfurters were first 17 in the United States in 18 . Americans called frankfurters "dachshund sausages"(达克思香肠).A dachshund is a dog from Germany 19 a very long body and short legs. Dachshund sausages first 20 popular in New York, 21 at baseball games. At games they were sold by men 22 kept them 23 in hot-water tanks. As the men walked 24 the rows of people , they yelled , "Get your dachshund sausages ! Get your hot dachshund sausages ! " People got the sausages on 25 , a special bread.
26 in 1906 a newspaper cartoonist 27 Tad Dorgan went to a baseball game. 28 he saw the men with the dachshund sausages, he got an idea 29 a cartoon. The next day at the newspaper office he 30 a bun with a dachshund inside --- 31 a dachshund sausage, 32 a dachshund. Dorgan 33 how to spell dachshund . Under the cartoon, he wrote "Get your hot dogs !" The cartoon was a sensation(轰动) , and 34 .If you go to a baseball game today, you can still see sellers walking 35 with hot-water tanks. As they walk up and down the rows they yell.
"Get your hot dogs here! Get your hot dogs !"
16. A . with B. after C. by D. of
17. A. got B. sold C. bought D. make
18. A. the 1860s B. 1860's C. the 1860 D. 1865s
19. A. by B. of C. at D. with
20. A. gained B. stayed C. became D. were turned
21. A. special B. especially C. certainly D. surely
22. A. those B. which C. what D. who
23. A. cool B. hot C. warm D. cold
24. A. sometimes B. up and down C. someday D. here and there
25. A. buns B. the tops C. coffee D. chocolates
26. A. A day B. Any day C. Certain D. One day
27. A. who is B. was C. was called D. named
28. A. When B. While C. If D. Whether
29. A. to B. as C. with D. for
30. A. called B. made C. drew D. bought
31. A. no B. without C. not D. for
32. A. except B. but C. and D. except for
33. A. didn't know B. wonders C. was sure D. never knows
34. A. so the new name was B. so is the cartoonist
C. so was the new name D. the new name was so
35. A. over B. around C. fast D. all day
( A )
What are some of the steps a person can take to prevent his house from being broken into while he is away? One step is to make sure that the house seems a lived-in one. Living room curtains should be pulled down only half-way. Bedrooms that usually have the curtains pulled down at night should be left down . Another is to make sure that all outside locks are the dead-bolt type (双保险) . Still another is to leave several 100W lights burning and make sure that one is in the kitchen.
Lights that turned on and off by themselves are the best. Then, too, it is a good idea to leave the radio turned on and set to a talking station. Any type of speaking makes a thief think twice before trying to enter. Finally, while away on holiday, make sure that nothing collects in front or in the house. Particularly, make certain that the newspaper is stopped and that a trusted neighbour has been asked to pick up the mail. Thieves are especially quick to notice piled-up newspapers and overpiled mail boxes.
36. Why did the writer begin this piece with question?
A. Because he wanted to catch the readers' attention.
B. Because he wanted to have the readers guess the answer before reading.
C. Because he wanted to sum up (概括) the topic of the piece.
D. Because he wanted to make the readers understand him better.
37. The word "live-in" in this passage means ______________.
A. left empty B. lively and cheerful C. now being used by people D. laid inside
38. What does the writer advise the people to do?
A. Ask a neighbour to pick up the daily mail
B. Make sure to have lights that turn on and off by themselves.
C. Make sure the newspaper is handed over every day.
D. Pull the living room curtains down.
39. The most important room to leave a light burning in is the _________.
A. bedroom B. kitchen C. living room D. sitting-room
( B )
Mr Richards has worked in a small seaside town for about ten years and he and his wife have a comfortable house near the sea.
During the winter they would be quite happy, but every summer a lot of their relatives used to spend holiday in their house , and it was much cheaper than staying in hotel . Finally one day in June Mr Richards complained to a clever friend of his who lived in the same place. "One of my wife's cousins is going to bring her husband and children and spend ten days with us next month again. How have you prevented all your relatives from coming to live with you in summer ?" "Oh,"the friend answered, "that is not difficult. I just borrow money from all the rich ones, and lend it to all the poor ones. After that, they seldom come again." Hearing this Mr Richards smiled.
40. The relatives preferred to stay in Mr Richards' house because _____________.
A. it was cool in summer B. they might spend less money
C. they were more welcome D. it was a comfortable place
41. According to his friend's opinion, the poor relatives would stop going there so often
because ________ .
A. they were shy to borrow money again
B. hey were afraid to be asked to pay off the debts
C. they had been ill-treated
D. it wasn't happy for the poor to meet the rich
42. The best title for this passage is ___________.
A. Such a Clever Friend B. Mr Richards and his Friend
C. Money is Important D. Such Good Usage of Money
43. After reading the passage we can infer _____________.
A. Mr Richards still complains about the coming of his relatives in summer
B. The friend of Mr Richards' hadn't as many relatives as Richards
C. Gradually Mr Richards succeeded in keeping his relatives out in summer
D. sNone of Richards' relatives came to the seaside town for their holidays again
( C )
I wonder why American towns looks so much alike that I sometimes mix them up in my memory. The standard influence(影响)of mass production whose agents(代理商)are the travelling salesman, the mail-order house, the five-and-ten cent stores, the chain stores, the movies can hardly explain it. If you stay two days in Bologna and in Ferrare, or in Arles and in Avignon, you will never mix them up in all your life. But it may well happen that after you spend two days in St.Louis and in Kansas City the appearances of these two cities soon mix up. I think the reason for this is that these towns have not yet had time enough to develop their own characters. Similarly, children are much less different from each other than grown people.
44. Which two of the following towns look so much alike?
A. Bologna and Ferrare B. Arles and Avignon
C. St. Louis and Kansas City D. Bologna and St. Louis
45. In line 4 the word "it" refers to ____________.
A. standard of towns B. similarity of towns C. people's memory D. mass production
46. American towns look very much alike because of ____________.
A. the standard influence of mass production B. their different appearances
C. not being fully developed D. having everything in common
( D )
Millions of stars are travelling about in space. A few form groups which journey together, but most of them travel alone.
And they travel through a universe so large that one star seldom comes near to another. For the most part each star makes its journey in complete loneliness, like a ship on an empty ocean. The ship will be well over a million miles from its nearest neighbor. From this it is easy to understand why a star seldom finds another anywhere neat it.
We believe, however, that some two thousand million years ago, another star wandering(漫游) through space, happened to come near our sun, Just as the sun and the moon raise tides(潮汐)on the earth, so this star must have raised tides on the surface of the sun .But they were very different from the small tides that are raised in our oceans; a large tidal wave must have travelled over the surface of the sun, at last forming a mountain so high that we cannot imagine it. As the cause of the disturbance(动荡) came nearer, so the mountain rose higher and higher. And before the star began to move away again, its tidal pull had become so powerful that this mountain was torn to pieces and threw off small parts of itself into space. These small pieces have been going round the sun ever since. They are the planets(行星).
47. Millions of stars are _______________.
A. following a regular path in space B. moving about without a fixed course
C. seldom wandering about in the universe D. always travelling together
48. Some two thousand million years ago, the mountain on the sun was raised probably because
A. a large tidal wave of a star travelled over the surface of the sun
B. another star happened to come near the sun
C. the sun and the moon raised the tides on the earth
D. the star moved away from the sun
49. The article suggests that _____________ .
A. our earth exists before the sun B. how space formed
C. no one knows where the earth comes from
D. our earth used to be a high mountain on the sun
50. The expression "the cause of the disturbance" refers to _________.
A. the large tidal wave B. the powerful tidal pull
C. the star coming near the sun D. one of the sun's planets
51. In this article, the writer mainly wants to tell the readers __________.
A. that the universe is so large that we cannot imagine it
B. how the high mountains were formed on the sun
C. why the tides over the surface of the sun were so powerful
D. where the planets in the universe came from
( E )
Contacts(交往) between Japan and the rest of the world have grown a great deal in the twentieth century. In the last thirty years, business contacts between Japan and the West have become very important. Many foreign companies now have offices in Japan and Japanese businessmen do business around the world.
Differences between Japanese and Western ways of doing business, however, often bewilder the foreign businessman and make doing business in Japan difficult for foreigners.
The American businessman, for example , wants of start talking business immediately . He wants quick decisions. He does not wait. The Japanese, on the other hand , likes to arrive at decisions gradually after giving them a great deal of thought. Another thing foreign businessmen have difficulty in understanding is when a Japanese means "Yes" or "No". This is because of cultural difference for a Japanese to say "No" directly.
In English, it is easy to say "No" to something we do not want to do. But in Japan it is very difficult to say "No". To refuse an invitation or a request with "No", or a similar phrase, is felt to be impolite. It is thought to be selfish(自私) and unfriendly. So instead of saying "No" directly, the Japanese have developed many ways to avoid saying "No". These enable them to avoid hurting other people's feeling. However, this often makes communication with the Japanese difficult for foreigners to understand and follow.
52. Paragraph one tells us that ______________ .
A. It is not always easy for foreigners to do business in Japan
B. Japan is a very important country for businessmen
C. business contacts between Japan and the West are important
D. Japanese businessmen do business all around the world
53. The word "bewilder" in paragraph 2 probably means _________.
A. tire B. interest C. puzzle D. surprise
54. From the passage we can know that _____________.
A. American businessmen do things more quickly than Japanese ones
B. American businessmen like to say "Yes" and "No"
C. Americans usually say what they are thinking
D. Americans do not express themselves clearly
55. The passage tells us that ________.
A. Japanese businessmen are good at business
B. foreign businessmen should first try to understand Japanese
C. foreign businessmen must be more polite
D. if you want to succeed you must learn from Japan
此题要求改正所给短文中 错误。对标有题号 每一行作出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√); 如有错误(每行只有一个错误), 则按下列情况改正:
多一个词: 把多余 词用斜线（\）划掉, 在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。
缺一个词: 在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加 词。
错一个词: 在错 词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后 词。
注意: 原行没有错 不要改。
After supper Li Hua came and asked for me 56. __________
to go and see a film with him. In our way to 57. __________
the cinema we saw a little girl sit by the 58. __________
roadside cry. We bought her a cake to stop 59. __________
her crying. But when we asked where she 60. __________
had lived she said she didn't know. So we took 61. __________
her to the police station and asked police to take care of her 62. __________
After this we went to the cinema. But when we 63. __________
got there the movie was near at its end. 64. _________
We have missed the movie, but we did a good deed. 65. __________
九月十五日（星期日），天气晴好。你参加了青年志愿者在府南河边清理废弃物、 保护环境 活动。请你用英语把图中 事写成日记。
要求：1. 日记必须包括所有图画 内容。2. 词数 100 左右。 3.格式正确。
提示词：府南河 the Fu and Nan Rivers 志愿者 volunteer 环境 environment
1-10 CABCB BADBC
11-20 DABAC BBADC
21-30 BDCBA DDADC
31-40 CBACB ACABB
41-50 BDCCB CBBDC
56. 删去 for 57. In-On 58. sit-sitting/seated 59. cry-crying 60. √
6l. 删去 had 62. (第二个)police 前加 the 63. this-that 64. near-nearly
Sunday September 15
Today I went to the Fu&Nan Rivers as a young volunteer to clean the place. Early in the morning we started by bike. As soon as we got there, we began to work. First we collected the rubbish on the river bank. Then we put up notices to tell people to protect the environment. We kept on telling the visitors the importance of protecting the environment. Having cleaned the river bank we said goodbye to the workers and went home. Though I was tired, I felt happy.