PART ONE （50 POINTS）
Ⅰ.Vocabulary and Structure(10 points, 1 point for each item)
1.Would’t you rather your child ______ successful with his study and won the scholarship?
A.became B.become C. would become D.becomes
2.Although Tom is satisfied with his academic achievement ,he wonders_______will happen to his family life.
A.it B.that C.what D.this
3.We hope that all the measures against sandstorms ,________ was put forward by the committee ,will be considered seriously at the meeting .
A.while B.after C.since D.as
4.We cannot leave this tough job to a person_________.
A.who nobody has confidence B.in whom nobody has confidence
C.for whom nobody has confidence D.who everyone has confidence of
5.You are the best for the job _____ you apply your mind to it .
A.until B.if only C.in case D.unless
6.Hey, leave_____!I hate people touching my hair.
A.behind B.out C.off D.over
7.I thought the problem of water shortage would ________ at the meeting but nobody mentioned it.
A.come up B.come up to C.come over D.come to
8.Mr.Smith ,can I ________ you for a minute? I’d like to hear your poinion on this issue.
A.say a word with B.have words with
C.mention a word with D.have a word with
9.There is a deadlock (僵局) in the discussion when meither side gives ________ to the over .
A.a way B.way C.the way D.its way
10.This type of desk and chair can be adjusted ________ the height of students at different ages.
A.with B.for C.to D.in
Ⅱ.Cloze Test (10 points, 1 point for each item)
For over a hundred years Japan has consistently spent large sums of money and considerable human resources in an effort to obtain technology . Her ability to negotiate __11______ by the fact most of the technology she wanted was no commercial secrets .Japan’s _____12____has also been strengthened by the fact that her internal market was large ,so that _13______ to this market could be offered to multinational companies as an attraction to them to grant licenses. Besides ,Japan’s work force was disciplined ,so it was capable __14___ applying the information it acquired.Finally ,American and European companies ,who were _15________licensers, felt that the Japanese companies might take a large share of the world market __16______ they were not limited by licensing agreement.
Conditions of this sort, ____17____ together in one nation ,may well be unique ,and the case of Japan may therefore not actually demonstrate that licensing is just as efficient as multinational ownership for the _18_______ of technology.In fact ,Japan May be finding this method of operation __19______effective than in the past ,as
Her needs for outside technology now require information which _20_______ only a few companies and is more closely held.
11. A.was strengthened B.will be strengthened
C.will have been strengthened D.has been strengthende
12.A.position B.location C.place D.point
13.A.entry B.access C.presence D.acceptance
14.A.at B.in C.for D.of
15.A.potential B.feasible C.liable D.inevitable
16.A.until B.before C.if D.after
17.A.came B.come C.will come D.coming
18.A.transformation B.transfer C.transmission D.shift
19.A.much B.little C.less D.more
20.A.sticks to B.belongs to C.draws on D.takes on
Ⅲ. Reading Comprehension (30 points, 2 point for each item)
Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage .
One day ,the principal came into our room and ,after talking to the teacher ,for some reason said ：“I wish all of the white scholars to stand for a moment .”I rose with the others . The teacher looked at me and ,calling my name ,said：“You sit down for the present ,and rise with the others .”I did not quite understand her .She repeated ：“You sit down now, and rise with the others .”I sat down puzzled and dumb. I saw and heard nothing .When the other were asked to rise ,I did not know it .When school was dismissed ,I went out unconsciously .A few of the white boys laughed at me ,saying：“Oh, you’re a nigger ,too.”
I hurried on as fast as I could to where my looking –glass hung on the wall in my own little room. For an instant I was afraid to look ,but when I did ,I looked long and earnestly. I was accustomed to hearing remarks about my beauty; but now ,for the first time ,I became conscious of it and recognized it .I noticed the ivory(象牙) whiteness of my skin ,the beauty of my mouth ,the size and liquid darkness of my eyes .I ran downstairs and rushed to where my mother was sitting .I buried my head in her lap and cried out：“Mother ,tell me ,am I a nigger ?”I could not see her face ,but I felt her hands on my head .I looked up into her face . There were tears in her eyes and I could see that she was suffering for me . And then it was that I looked at her critically for the first time. I had thought of her in a childish way only as the most beautiful woman in the world; now I looked at her searching for defects .I could see that her skin was almost brown ,and that she did differ in some way from the other ladies who came to the house; yet ,even so I could see that she was more beautiful than any of them. She must have felt that I was examining her ,for she hid her face in my hair and said with difficulty：“No ,my darling ,you are not a nigger .”She went on ：“If anyone calls you a nigger ,don’t notice them .”But the more she talked ,the less was I reassured ,and I stopped her by asking ：“Well ,mother ,am I white ? Are you white?” She answered tremblingly：“No ,I am not white ,but your father is one of the greatest men in the country .The best blood of the South is in you .”This suddenly opened up in my heart a fresh fear ,and I almost fiercely demanded：“Who is my father ? Where is he ?”She stroked my hair and said ：“I’ll tell you about him some day.”I sobbed：“I want to know now .”She answered：“No ,not now.”
21.We can infer from the passage that “a nigger ”means________.
A.a white person B.a black person
C.anyone that is not white D.anyone that is not black
22.When the teacher asked him to sit down and rise with the others ,the author was confused because_________.
A. he never considered himself a non-white person
B. he thought the teacher didn’t recognize him
C. he thought he should be considered
D. he thought it rude for the teacher to call his name
23.It was on that day that he began to realize that _________.
A. he was a nigger
B. he was different from others because of his beauty
C. his color was like that of his mother
D. he differed from other white people even with his beauty
24.From the passage we can learn that _________.
A. the boy’s father left them for some reasons
B. the boy’s mother didn’t want to mention his father at all
C. the boy never met his father before
D. the boy’s mother hated his father
25.This passage generally tells us a story of ________.
A.a boy who suddenly realized that he was a colored person
B.a boy who had been looked down upon because he had no father
C.the miserable life of colored people
D.the life of a one-parent family
Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
For Americans, time is a “resource” that, like water or coal, can be used well or poorly. “Time is money,” they say. “You only get so much time in this life; you’d best use it wisely.” The future will not be better than the past or the present unless people use their time fro constructive, future-oriented activities. Thus, Americans admire a “well-organized” person, one who has a written list of things to do and a schedule for doing them. The ideal person is punctual and treasures other people’s time.
The American attitude towards time is not necessarily shared by others, especially non-Europeans. They are more likely to consider time as something that is simply there around them, not something they can “use”. One of the more difficult things many foreign businessmen and students must adjust to in the States is the notion that time must be saved whenever possible and used wisely every day.
In their efforts to use their time. Wisely, Americans are sometimes seen by foreign visitors as automatons, unhuman creatures who are so tied to their clocks and their schedules that they cannot participate in or enjoy the human interactions that are the truly important things in life. “They are like little machines running around,” one foreign visitor said.
The emphasis Americans place on efficiency is closely related to their concepts of the future, change and time. To do something efficiently is to do it in the way that is quickest and requires the smallest investment of resources. American businesses sometimes hire “efficiency experts” to review their operations and suggest ways in which they could accomplish more than they are currently accomplishing with the resources they are investing. Popular periodicals carry suggestions for more efficient ways to clean house, raise children, tend the yard, and so on.
In this context the “fast-food industry” can be seen as a clear example of an American cultural product. McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut, and other fast-food establishments prosper in a country where many people want to minimize the amount of time they spend preparing and eating meals. The millions of Americans who take their meals at fast-food restaurants cannot have much interest in lingering over their food while conversing with friends, as millions of Europeans do. As McDonald’s restaurants have spread around the world, they have been viewed as symbols of American society and culture, bringing not just hamburgers but an emphasis on speed, efficiency, and shiny cleanliness. The typical American food, some observers argue, is fast food.
26. If a person treasures other people’s time, he＿＿＿＿.
A. does not waste people’s time with conversation or activity that has no beneficial outcome
B. does not believe the future will be any better than the present or the past
C. likes to deep a written schedule of the daily activities with him
D. likes to have his meals at the fast-food restaurants to save time
27. In the eyes of the foreign visitors in the States, American people＿＿＿＿.
A. think that time is always there which needs budgeting
B. enjoy saving and using time wisely everyday
C. are indifferent in that they are like feelingless machines
D. are so fully engaged that they are unable to enjoy the important things in life
28. What is the job of an efficiency expert?
A. Writing articles for periodicals.
B. Recommending ways of efficient investment
C. Examining the quality of a company’s products
D. Teaching people how to take care of their yard
29. Which of the following can be inferred from the last paragraph?
A. Many Americans love having meals at fast-food restaurants
B. Americans are busier than other people in the world
C. The American fast-food industry helps spread the American culture around the world
D. The United States is the father of the world’s fast-food industry
30. The best title for this passage is ＿＿＿＿.
A. The American Concept of Time
B. The Development of the American Fast Food Industry
C. How to Raise Efficiency
D. The American Food and Culture
Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage.
It is difficult to estimate the number of youngsters involved in home schooling, where children are not sent to school and receive their formal education from one or both parents. Legislation and court decisions have make it legally possible in most states for parents to educate their children at home, and each year more people take advantage of that opportunity.
Supporters of home education claim that it is less expensive and far more efficient than mass public education. Moreover they quote several merits: relief of school overcrowding, added curricular and pedagogical (课程和教学法) alternatives, strengthened family relationships, lower dropout rates, increased motivation, higher standardized test scores, and reduced discipline problems. Supporters of home schooling also believe that it provides the parents with the opportunity to reinforce their moral values through education.
Critics of home schooling movement claim that it creates as many problems as it solves. They acknowledge that, in a few cases, home schooling offers educational opportunities superior to those found in most public schools, but few parents can provide such educational advantages. Some parents who withdraw their children form the schools in favor of home schooling have an inadequate educational background and insufficient formal training to provide a satisfactory education for their children. Typically, parents have fewer, not more technological resources available than do schools. However, the relatively inexpensive computer technology that is readily available today is causing some to challenge the notion that home schooling is in any way not so good as more highly structured classroom education.
Finally, a sociological (社会学) concern is the restricted social interaction experienced by children who are educated at home. Technology will never replace the pupil-teacher relationship. Also, while relationships with parents and brothers and sisters may be improved, children taught at home may develop a distorted (歪曲的) view of society.
31. The main idea of the passage is that＿＿＿＿.
A. more and more parents are in favor of home schooling
B. home schooling is superior to school education because it has been legally approved
C. though home schooling has its advantages, it creates as many new problems at the same time
D. school education is no doubt better than home education
32. Those who support home schooling think that ＿＿＿＿.
A. it’s less expensive and more efficient apart from other merits
B. it has added curricular and pedagogical alternatives
C. it will cause fewer discipline problems
D. it’s more important to reinforce moral values
33. Critics believe that ＿＿＿＿.
A. few parents can afford computers and technology when providing home education
B. few parents are qualified enough to provide a satisfactory home education
C. school teachers are better than parents
D. classroom environment can provide most satisfactory education
34. According to the author, home schooling cannot help children .
A. acquire social knowledge
B. build up a relationship with family members
C. build up pupil-teacher relationship
D. develop a right view of society
35. The attitude of the author toward home schooling is .
C. totally negative
PART TWO （50POINTS）
IV. Word Spellng (10 points, 1 point for two items)
36.破坏，使…遇难 vt w______ 37.自愿的，自发的 a. v_______
38.紧要的，紧迫的 a.. u______ 39. 容忍，忍受 vt. t_______
40.症状，征兆 n. s______ 41. 最近，不久前 ad. l_______
42.放大，夸大 vt. m______ 43. 概念，想法 n. n_______
44.服从，听从 vt. o_______ 45. 苦干的，费力的 a. p_______
46.达到；造诣 n. a_______ 47. 使平衡；权衡 vt. b________
48.战役，运动 n. c_______ 49. 装修，装饰 vt. d________
50.基本的，初级的 a. e_______ 51. 忠诚的，忠实的 a. f________
52.姿势，手势 n g_______ 53. 高度地，非常 ad. h________
54.模仿的，仿制的 a. I________ 55. 正义，公正 n. j_________
V. WORD FORM(10 points,1 point for each item)
56. Once harm ______(do) to the environment, it takes years to have the system recovred.
57. With the strike_______(settle), the work on the new assembly line went ahead like wildfire.
58. The child was playing_________(danger) near the edge of the swimming pool.
59. This project ________(accomplish) by the end of 2006 will greatly improve the basic facility of the city.
60. People appreciae_________(talk) with him because he is knowledgeable and humorous.
61. Since the author did not stick to the topic , I found his article very ______(confuse) and hard to follow.
62. With all this done , I ______(free) from all troubles and responsibilities.
63. Had he been treated well , he ________(get over) this disease.
64. Investigations into the cause of the shipwreck show that the ship _______(sink) the moment it hit the rock .
65. If only the board ________(approve) the proposal and put it into effect.
vi．Translation from Chinese into English (15 points ,3 points for each item)
vii. Translation from English into Chinese (15 points)
Planning is a very important activity in our lives. It can give pleasure and even excitement, but cause quite severe headaches . The more significant the task ahead , the more careful the planning required. Getting to school or to work on time is a task requiring little or no planning . It is almost a routine. A month’s touring holiday abroad, or better still , getting married, is a different matter altogether. If the holiday involves a church wedding, with 50 guests, a reception, a honeymoon in Italy, and returning to a new home, this requires even more planning to make sure that is successful . planning is our way of trying to ensure success and of avoiding costly failures we cannot afford. It is equally essential to mankind as a whole, to nations, to families and to each individual ; the scale may vary, but the degree of importance does n
Ⅰvocabulary and structure(本大题共10题，每小题1分，共10分)
1.A 2.C 3.D 4.B 5.B
6.C 7.A 8.D 9.B 10.C
11.D 12.A 13.B 14.D 15.A
16.C 17.D 18.B 19.C 20.B
21.B 22.A 23.D 24.C 25.A
26.A 27.D 28.B 29.C 30.A
31.C 32.A 33.B 34.D 35.D
36.wreck 37.voluntary 38.urgent 39.tolerate 40.symptom 41.lately 42.magnify 43.notion 44.obey 45.painstaking 46.attainment 47.balance 48.campaign 49.decorate 50.elementary 51.faithful 52.gesture 53.highly 54.imitative 55.justice
56.is done 57.settled 58.dangerously 59.to be accomplished 60.talking 61.confusing 62.have been freed 63.would have got over 64.sank 65.would approve
VI. Translation front Chinese into English (本大题共5小题，每小题3分，共15分)
66. Time is the easiest thing in the world to waste and the most difficult thing to control.
67. Although managers cannot predict the future, many of their decisions require that they consider/take into account possible future events.
68. Einstein claimed that matter and energy are interchangeable, so there is no absolute time and space/so time and space are not absolute.
69. The number of failures in the examination is surprisingly large.
70. The American folk music in the 1960’s expressed anti-war sentiments as well as love and hope.
VII．Translation from English into Chinese. (本大题共15分)
第四大题 第五大题 第六大题 第七大题 总分
2004上半年 2.48 2.17 5.59 10 20.24
2004下半年 2.94 3.04 6.65 8.56 21.19
2005上半年 1.59 1.30 5.67 7.75 16.31
1、 A would rather 后接从句，用过去时表示虚拟语气。另外从后面的并列谓语动词won也可看出，应该用过去时。
2、 C what 引导宾语从句，并在从句中作主语。
3、 D as 引导非限定性定语从句，并在从句中作主语。其他连词只能引导状语从句，不能在句中担任任何成分。
4、 B 本题考查定语从句。根据have confidence in sb.的固定用法可判断B是答案。
5、 B 本题应填入一个连词或连接词组，引导一个条件状语从句。if only 作固定词组用时，常表示愿望或未实现的条件，尤用于感叹句中(如在第65题中的用法)。在此处的用法至少是不典型的。而且在同一套卷子中两处考察同一词组的不同用法，具有很大的迷惑性。
6、 C 本题考查动词词组。这四个词组分别意为“丢弃，留下”、“遗漏，省略”、“停止”和“延后”，在本句话中应选“停止”的意思。其中leave over为超纲词。
7、 A 考点同上。四个词组分别表示“出现”、“达到，符合”、“从远处来，改变立场和观点”和“苏醒，共计”的意思。其中come over 为超纲词。
8、 D 本句的意思是“史密斯先生，我能和你说一句话吗？”只有have a word with 是正确搭配。但本词组也属超纲词组。
9、 B give way to 意为“让步，让路”。
10、 C adjust to 为固定搭配，意思是“调整以适应”。
11. D 本题考查谓语动词的时态。参照第一句话的时态，本句也应该用现在完成时。
12. A 本句的大意是“日本的地位也得到加强”，故选position。
13. B 本题考查词汇的搭配。只有access可以和to搭配，表示“接近的机会”。
14. D 本题考查固定词组be capable of doing sth。
15. A 四个单词的意思分别是：“潜在的”、“可行的”、“有…倾向的，可能的”和“不可避免的”。在本句中，美英等国应是“潜在的授权者”。
16. C 本句的意思是“美国和英国的公司，作为潜在的授权者，觉得日本公司如果不受到授权协议的约束，会占据世界市场的一大部分份额”，所以此处填if表示假设。
17. D 本句的谓语部分为may well be unique，所以待填动词应为非谓语动词形式coming。
18. B transfer of technology意思是“技术的转移”。
19. C 日本可能发现这种做法不像以前那么有效，故选less。
20. B 日本现在需要的是属于少数几个公司的机密性的信息，故选belongs to。
21、B 22、A 23、D 24、C 25、A 26、A 27、D 28、B 29、C 30、A
31、C 32、A 33、B 34、D 35、D
第一篇文章写的是一个小孩突然意识到自己是有色人种的故事。文章可能是一个文学作品的节选，体裁上属于记叙文，难度不大，但是包括了5个超纲词：nigger, accustomed, childish, reassured, sobbed。
第二篇文章介绍的是美国的时间观念。全文423个词，为历年考题中最长的一篇文章。包括4个超纲词：automatons, periodicals, prosper, lingering。
36、wreck(上册) 37、voluntary (13A) 38、urgent (上册)
39、tolerant (上册) 40、symptom (12A) 41、lately (上册)
42、magnify(上册) 43、notion (1B) 44、obey(中学)
45、painstaking（5B） 46、attainment (7A) 47、balance (上册)
48、campaign(4A) 49、decorate（上册） 50、elementary（上册）
51、faithful(7A) 52、gesture (上册) 53、highly (上册)
56、is done 前半句的意思是“一旦对环境造成了危害”，“危害”是主语，所以谓语动词应该用被动，表示“被作”。
57. settled 本题考察with + 名词+ 分词的结构，由于“罢工”是“被解决”，所以选用过去分词形式。
58. dangerously 本题考察词形变化，用副词形式在句中作状语。
59. to be accomplished 动词不定式的被动式作定语，表示“将要被完成的”。
60. talking appreciate后接动名词作宾语。
61. confusing 本题考察词形变化，用形容词形式在句中作宾补，意为“令人迷惑的”。
62. have been freed free from可以是动词词组，意思是“免除，使摆脱”，在句中用被动语态，表示“所有这一切做完后，我已经被免去了所有的麻烦和责任。”
由于没有上下文，笔者认为本句也可以用将来时will/shall be freed，表示“所有这一切做完后，我将被免去所有的麻烦和责任。”另外，free from 也可做形容词词组，will/shall be free 也说得通。
63. would have got over 本题考察与过去事实相反的虚拟语气。
64. sank 待填动词在that 从句中作谓语，用过去时。
65. would approve 本题考察if only引导的虚拟语气从句，本人通过查阅语法书籍和询问外教，证实approved, had approved 应该都是答案，而且比would approve更合适。
2） 对动词的不规则变化掌握不牢，出现了getted, sinked等错误形式。
3） 对考察词形变化的题准备不足，仍然按照动词来变化，如：dangered, to danger, to confuse，等，说明在学习单词时没有很好地掌握一个词的词性。
66、Time is the easiest thing in the world to waste and the most important thing to control. （7B）
67、Although managers cannot predict the future, many of their decisions require that they consider/take into account possible future events. （1A）
68. Einstein claimed that matter and energy are interchangeable, so there is no absolute time and space/so time and space are not absolute. (2A)
69. The number of failures in the examination is surprisingly large. (P81, 第24题)
70. The American folk music in the 1960’s expressed anti-war sentiments as well as lover and hope. (5A)
1） 词汇量太小。不少同学不会写predict, claim, interchangeable, absolute, anti-war sentiment等词。至于Einstein则几乎没有人能拼写正确。
2） 句型错误。以第66题为例，不少学生用了the easier...the more的句型。这表明对句型的掌握不够准确。还有的同学根本没有一个句型的概念，尤其是在第69题，想到哪写到哪，根本不成句子。如：The not passing exam students are surprise. / Many people fail in the exam surprising. 等等。
3） 按照中文意思来背单词，没有掌握英文的含义。在第68题中，很多同学用haven’t来表示 “没有”。