1.She was so angry at all ____he was doing _____she walked out without saying a word.
A. that, that B. which; that C. what; as D. that; which
2.Every minute must be made full use of _______our lessons, for the college entrance exam is coming.
A. going over B. to go over C. go over D. our going over
3.They are going downtown ________bus instead of _______their bikes.
A. by, by B. on; by C. by; in D. by; on
4.----- How about a film tonight?
----- _______I haven't been to the cinema for a long time.
A. Yes, thanks. B. Why not? C. No, go away D. It's a pity.
5.----- which _______,bread or rice?
----- ________will do.
A. had you better eat; Both B. would you like; All
C. do you like most ; None D. would you rather have; Either
6.----- My God! I have to walk home now, for I just missed the bus.
----- That’s too bad. You ______it had you set out a bit earlier.
A. should have caught. B. had caught C. would have caught. D. could catch
7.More than one teacher _______told him it is important that he learn English well if he _______abroad.
A. had; will go B. has; wants to go C. has; want to go D. have; shall go.
8.----- Do you see why he hasn’t turned up yet?
----- Sorry, I don’t know _______.
A. what the matter is B. how matters stood C. what is the matter D. how is the matter
9.----- Where’s John, do you know?
----- Oh, _____to hospital.
A. he’s taken B. he’ll be taken C. he’s been taken D. he’ll take
10.----- _______is your English teacher?
----- The one in red.
A. who B. which C. what D. where
11.----- John, may I ask you a favour?
A. I’m sorry, but why? B. Sure, what is it? C. Yes, you could. D. I’d love to, and I’m busy.
12.Where was it _____the road accident happened yesterday?
A. when B. that C. which D. how
13.______you choose, make sure that it is a good one.
A. What B. Wherever C. Whichever D. Which
14.He suggested the sports meet be _______because of the bad weather.
A. put away B. put up C. put down D. put off
15.I didn’t manage to work out the problem _______the teacher had explained how.
A. until B. unless C. when D. before.
Si1as Minton's funeral was a quiet 16 . lt was 17 by the only 18 he had in the world, his niece and nephew, and by a few friends. The priest who 19 20 a hundred miles into this wild part of the county was now getting 21 for the simple ceremony. Minton, 22 'Minty' as his friends 23 call him, 24 a hard life 25 for gold in a lonely part of Western Australia. He had always refused to work in a gold mine 26 he believed that he could do better 27 his own. Although he was not a boastful(夸口的)person, he had often declared that one day he 28 find a lump(块) of gold as big as his head and 29 he would retire and live in 30 for the rest of his life. But his dreams of great wealth 31 came true. For many years he had hardly earned enough money to keep himself 32 .
Two men now gently lifted the rough wooden box that 33 Minty's body, but they almost dropped it when they heard a loud cry from the grave-digger. His spade(铁鍬)had struck something hard in the rocky soil and he was shouting excitedly. Then he held up a large stone. 34 it was covered 35 dirt, the stone shone curious1yin the fierce sun1ight: it was unmistakably a heavy piece of solid gold!
16. A. accident B. event C. affair D. inciden
17. A. taken B. attended C. joined D. brought
18. A. relation B. relations C. relationship D. relationships
19. A. travelled B. was travelling C. had travelIed D. used to travel
20. A. to B. of C. in D. over
21. A. ready B. better C. preparation D. worse
22. A. and B. but C. or D. except
23. A. liked B. past C. used D. used to
24. A. leaded B. had leaded C. had led D. led
25. A. look B. looking C. looked D. had looked
26. A. because B. so C. even D. only
27. A. to B. in C. on D. for
28. A. would B. must C. ought to D. for
29. A. since B. which C. when D. with that
30. A. comfort B. comforts C. comfortable D. comfortably
31. A. ever B. never C. always D. once
32. A. live B. life C. lived D. alive
33. A. contains B. containing C. contained D. having contained
34. A. Though B. For C. Then D. Because
35. A. in B. with C. within D. below.
Sussex police ordered to search for a six-foot, dark-haired youth of about 20 who failed to mug (抢劫) a five-foot, 74-year-old grandmother. The youth rushed at Mrs West and tied to take her things and money when she was walking out of a church. The result should have been an expected conclusion. Surprisedly, however, when Mrs West grasped the mugger’s wrist (手腕)，he cried, ”Oh, God! Oh, no! Stop!” Encouraged by these pleas (哀求), she put him in arm lock at which the mugger cried, “Oh, no! Oh! God!” and ran away. “If I hadn’t been carrying my shopping I would really have put him on his back. “said Mrs West who had practised judo(柔道) when younger.” When my husband was living. I used to pracise throwing him at Christmas”, she explained.
36.Why did the youth cry when grasped by the old lady? Because he ______.
A. was sorry for his failure B. couldn’t bear the pain and had to ask for mercy
C. felt angry with the old lady D. became so excited that he couldn’t help doing so
37.If the incident hadn’t ended beyond expected conclusion, _______.
A. Mrs West would have been robbed of her things and money
B. the mugger should have been defeated
C. Mrs West would have put the youth on his back
D. the mugger should have cried and run away
38.What do you think of the youth whom the police ordered to search for? He was ______.
A. a boy of about 20 B. a dark-haired young man C. an ill man D. a rather weak fellow
39.In your judgement, which of the following might not be true?
A. Mrs West had just been to the market and church.
B. The mugger knew little about judo.
C. Mrs West was a single woman. D. The mugger didn’t get punished in the end..
27 December 1996
146 O’Leary St
Improved ways of production make us able to offer you our change of Drilite batteries (电池)at a reduced price for large quantities.
Further information of the new prices for your market are sent to you together with the letter, and you will see that the price has already reduced 5 per cent. As c.i.f (成本，保险加 运费)to Dublin is included in our prices, you will agree that they are clearly lower than those of producers of the same batteries, both here in Japan and elsewhere. The quality of our producers
remains the same --- only the finest chemicals are used. The new prices are for the least orders of 1,000 pounds and will begin from January 1. Immediate sending off is guaranteed because enough can be made whenever you require it.
We appreciate your past dealing and co-operstion (合作) with us, and look forward to supplying you in the new year at the new prices.
40.The underlined word “guaranteed” in the passage. Probably means ______.
A. in our charge B. of a little problem C. difficulty D. quite sure
41.From the passage we know the quality of the products _______.
A. is as high as before B. is lower C. is improved D.is reduced
42.If the Irish expect to enjoy the 5% of reduction at prices, they should _______.
A. pay the Japanese at least ￡1,000 B. order 1,000 pounds of batteries in weight
C. order￡1,000 worth batteries at least D. pay the Japanese ￡1,000 ahead
43.Why will the Japanese reduce the price at 5 per cent? Because ______.
(1). the Japanese producer holds a large quantity of stores and can’t sell them out
(2).the Japanese have improved their production means and can turn out more products
(3).they expect to go on dealing with the Irish in the coming year
(4).the Irish think the prices in the past are unfair
(5).they try to sell more products in the past are unfair
(6).they want to appreciate the Irish’s co-operation
A. (1)(3)(5) B. (2)(4)(6) C. (2)(3)(5) D. (1)(4)(6).
Woman have more problems than men in old age. First of all, they have less money—or no money at all — and because of this, they often feel they get less respect , even at home. Quite a large number have no pension(退休费) because they have never worked outside the home, and thirty-eight percent are supported mainly by their husbands or children. Second, a larger number of old women than old men become window(single women). Men are normally older than the women they marry, and women generally live longer than men. The remarriage among older windows is lower than that among widows(single men). Statistics (统计) from 1990 in Shanghai show only 52 percent of elderly women with husbands still living, compared to(与---相比)82 percent of men.
Because of lower incomes and the difficulty of remarriage, many elderly women who live alone, are poor and have almost no social life. Even an old couple lives with children, it is the woman who ends up doing the work around the house. She cleans the rooms, prepares meals, and takes care of the family. Some 75 percent of them carry out such heavy physical tasks as buying and carrying grain, coal and other supplies for the home. How to improve the quality of life of women in their later years is a question that needs to be dealt with by all the society.
44.If they had more money, elderly women _______.
A. would have no more problem B. could live a fairy life
C. would get more respect D. would need no care of others
45.In Shanghai, of 150 elderly women, only ______have husbands still living.
A.75. B.52. C.82. D.78.
46.According to the statistics, suppose there are 150,000 elderly men, _____of them are
A.27,000 B.78,000 C.72,000 D.123,000
47.According to the writer, _______.
A. elderly women should be paid well B. elderly women should live with their families
C. all people should do something for elderly women
D. housework should not be done by elderly women.
Our surroundings are being polluted faster than ever and it seems that people cannot prevent it. Time is bringing us more people, and more people will bring us more industry, more cars, larger cities, and the growing use of man-made materials.
What can explain and settle this problem? The fact is that pollution is caused by man—by his desire(欲望) for a modern way of life. We make “increasing industrialization”(工业化) our first aim. So we are often ready to offer everything: clean air, pure water, good food, our health and the future of our children. There is a constant flow of people from the country-side into the cities, eager for the achievements of our modern society. But as our technological achievements have grown in the last twenty years, pollution has become a serious problem.
Isn’t it time we stopped to ask ourslves where we are going—and why? It makes one think of the story about the pilot (飞行员) who told his passengers over the loudspeaker : “I’ve some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we ’re making rapid progress at 530 miles per hour. The bad news is that we are lost and don’t know where we’re going.” The sad fact is that this becomes a true story when speaking of our modern society.
48. Man cannot prevent the world from being polluted because _______.
A. the population of the world is increasing faster
B. people use too many man-made materials
C. we have more industry D. we are producing more cars, trucks and buses
49. According to the passage, what does man care most among the following?
A. Health. B. Industry. C. Clean air D. The future of the children
50.The story about the pilot tells us that _______.
A. man knows where the society is going
B. people don’t welcome the rapid development of modern society
C. man can do little about the problem of pollution
D. the speaker is worried about the future of our society
51.What dose the writer really want to say in the passage?
A. With the development of technology, pollution has become a serious problem.
B. We should control the speed of the development to stop pollution.
C. It’s time we did something to reduce pollution.
D. As industry is growing fast, pollution is the natural result..
A wind tunnel (风洞) is used for teasing planes or plane models. In a wind tunnel air is blown over a plane or a model placed in a test section(区).Wind tunnel test sections are different in size depending on airflow speed requirements. Some low-speed tunnels have test sections large enough for a complete small plane. In the very high speed tunnels used for space testing, however, the model may be as small as a pencil.
There are two ways of feeding air to the test section. In the constant flow tunnel, airflow is produced by electric fans. It is forced through the tunnel to the test section, then through another tunnel section back to the starting point for reuse.
The other way involves (卷入) storing high-pressure air in a box, sending it out by a controlling device(装置) to pass through the tunnel and test section into another box. This way is usually used for a very short period of high-speed airflow.
Wind tunnels are usually used to test planes before they are flown. Problems in a plane can be found when it meets the high-speed airflow in the tunnel. For example, if the wings are built so that they would weaken(become weak) at high speeds, this fact can be discovered in the tunnel, saving many lives and millions of dollars.
In a wind tunnel, scientists also find out how different planes will act different speeds. They find out such things as how the air dives by the wing surfaces, how slowly a plane can fly before it starts to drop, and how fast it can climb.
52.Some wind tunnel sections are larger than others because ________.
A. they are used large planes B. stronger wind can be produced in them
C. they are built to meet a higher speed test D. the wind used in them flows at a lower speed
53.Which of the following shows the right way of feeding air to a wind tunnel section usually
used for a high speed test?
( ← = wind flow = test section)
54. “This fact” in paragraph 4 of the text refers to _______.
A. the wing are not good enough B. it costs a lot to test a plane
C. some problems are found with the plane D. many people will die in a plane accident
55. A wind tunnel can be used to find out ______.
A. how fast a plane can rise B. how smooth a plane’s surface is
C. if a plane can land in a very strong wind D. if a plane will drop when flying at a low height.
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A language is always changed. In a society 56._________
which life continues year after year without obvious changes, 57._________
even the change doesn’t change much, too. The earliest known 58._________
languages have difficult grammar but a small limit vocabulary(词汇). 59._________
Over the centuries, the grammar changed and the vocabulary grown. 60._________
For an example, the English and Spanish who 61._________
came to America during the 16th and the 17th century 62._________
gave the name to all the plants and animals. 63._________
In this way, hundreds new words and expressions 64._________
and idioms introduced into English and Spanish vocabularies. 65._________.
Mr Luois Alexander 应邀来渝讲学，并到你校参观，和一些学生座谈。现由你(张渝)主持座谈会，代表你校学生用英语致词欢迎词。欢迎词应包括以下内容要点：
2. 介绍Mr Luois Alexander(英国著名语言学家)。
3. 他的著作极其丰富，包括大家熟知的《新概念英语》(New Concept English)跟我学(Follow Me)等。
5. 请Mr Alexander 作指导，提建议。
3.生词：语言学家—linguist;讲学—give a lecture.