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第6题单选 George cooked me a meal,_________was a first for him.
第7题单选 Floyd had to give up the plan，___________.?
第8题单选 The noise of desks _______could be heard out in the street.
A.opened and closed
B.to be opened and closed
C.being opened and closed
D.having been opened and closed
第9题单选 Martin visited his aunt two days before he__________ town.
第10题单选 The book is___________more difficult than the one I recommended to you.
第11题单选 _________, I would have gone to see him.
A.Have I had time
B.Had I time
C.Had I had time
D.would I have had
第12题单选 Since the road is wet this morning,last night_______.
A.it must be raining
B.it must rain
C.it must have rained
D.it must have been rained
第13题单选 He earns quite a high____in his present job.
第14题单选 When I applied for my passport to be renewed, I had to send them a___________photograph.
第15题单选 If the whether is fine, we shall go on playing basketball_________。
第16题单选 If I__________more careful, such mistake could have been avoided.
第17题单选 He didn't go to France ,the doctor suggested that he_________ there.
C.not to go
第18题单选 Only after you have received the telegram__________the time of his arrival.
A.you can know
B.will you know
D.did you know
第19题单选 I__________ ping-pong quite well, but I haven't had time to play since the new year.
第20题单选 The hotel____we stayed was both cheap and comfortable.
Different things usually stand for different feelings.Red，for example，is the color of fire，heat，blood and life.People say red is an exciting and active color.They associate(使发生联系)red with a strong feeling like(21).Red is used for signs of (22)，such as STOPsigns and fire engines.Orange is the bright，wa,rnl color of (23)in autumn.People say or-ange is a (24)color.They associate orange with happiness.Yellow is the color of(25).
People say it is a cheerful color.They associate yellow too，with happiness.Green is the cool color of grass in(26).People say it is a refreshing color.In general，people(27)two groups of colors：warm colors and cool colors.The warm colors are red，orange and(28).
Where there are waYnl color and a lot of light，people usually want to be(29).Those who like to be with(30)like red.The cool colors are(31)and blue.Where are these colors，people ale usually worried.Some scientists say that time seems to (32) more slowly in a room with wanTl colors.They suggest that a warm color is a good(33) for a living room or a(34).People who are having a rest or are eating do not want time to pass quickly. (35)colors are better for some offices if the people working there want time to pass quickly.
Dr. Harvey Gates, the noted scientist, might never have discovered the Kamron lizard (蜥蜴) in Blovia, if it had not been for a childhood accident As a boy, he was determined to become a baseball player,but when he broke his arm in practice at the age of fourteen and was forced to stay off the playing field for a while, he took notice of the natural world around him and liked what he saw.
After he had recovered from his injury,he caught a squirrel(松鼠)and raised it as a pet.Soon he was bringing home snakes and other creatures from the woods near his school.
In 1962,he entered Blakeford College and majored in biology. By 1966 he had received his Bachelor( 学士) of Science degree and two years later at Drysdale University, he received his Doctor of Science degree. It was while he was doing field research for his doctoral studies in South America in 1967 that he discovered and named the Kamron lizard. This animal was differ-
ent from others of its kind in that it had only four toes on its front feet. In other respects, it was similar to others of the same family. It could change its color and go for long periods without
第36题单选 Of the four statements,which one best indicates the author's idea?
A.Dr. Gates is a scientist who can always attract the public attention to his research.
B.Dr. Gates is a very famous scientist,though he wanted to be a sportsman at first.
C.Dr. Gates is a scientist who always carries a notebook with him wherever he Goes.
D.Dr. Gates is very popular for his determination to become a baseball player.
第37题单选 In the first paragraph of the passage, the phrase" in practice" means___________.
A.while doing some practical work
B.while studying animals
C.while making up his mind to become a baseball player
D.while playing baseball
第38题单选 In the second paragraph ,the word" creatures" can best be replaced by___________.
Some of the notebooks George Washington kept as a young man are still in existence. They show that he was learning Latin, was very interested in the basics of good behavior in society,
and was reading English literature.
At school he seems only to have been interested in mathematics. In fact, his formal education was surprisingly brief for a gentleman, and incomplete. For unlike other young Virginian of that day, he did not go to the College of William and Mary in the Virginian capital of Williamsburg. In terms of formal training then, Washington contrasts sharply with some other early American Presidents such as John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. In later years,Washington probably regretted his lack of intellectual training. He never felt comfortable in a
debate in Congress(国会) ,or on any Subject that had not to do with everyday,practical matters. And because he never learned French and could not speak directly to the French leaders,he did not visit the country he admired so much. Thus, unlike Jefferson and Adams, he never reached Europe
第39题单选 Why didn't Washington go to college?
A.His family could not afford it.
B.A college education was rather uncommon in his time.
C.He didn't like the young Virginian gentlemen.
D.The author doesn't give any reason.
第40题单选 Washington felt uncomfortable in Congress debates because he_______________.
A.1 acked practice in public speaking
B.felt his education was not good enough
C.didn't like arguing and debating with people
D.felt that debating was like intellectual training
第41题单选 The reason why Washington didn't visit France was probably that he_______________.
A.didn't really care about going
B.didn't know French leaders
C.eouldn't communicate directly with the French leaders
D.was too busy to Navel
第42题单选 The main idea of the passage is that Washington's education_______________.
A.was of great variety,covering many Subjects
B.was probably equal to those of most young gentlemen of his time
C.may seem poor by modem standards, but was good enough for his time
D.was rather limited for a president
We can make mistakes at any age. Some mistakes we make are about money. But most mis-
takes are about people. "Did Jerry really care when I broke up with Helen? When I got that
great job,did Jerry really feel good about it,as a friend? Or did he envy my luck?" When we look back, doubts like these can make us feel bad. But when we look back, it's too late.
Why do we go wrong about our friends--or our enemies? Sometimes what people say hides
their real meaning. And if we don't really listen, we miss the feeling behind the words. Suppose someone tells you. "you're a lucky dog". Is he really on your side? if he says. "You're a lucky guy"or"You're a lucky gal". That's being friendly. But"lucky dog"? There's a bit of envy in those words. Maybe he doesn't see it himself. But bringing in the"dog"bit puts you down a little. What he may be saying is that he doesn't think you deserve your luck.
How can you tell the real meaning behind someone's words? One way is to take a good look at the person talking. Do his words fit the way he looks? Does what he says square with the tone of voice? His posture (~,)? The look in his eyes? Stop and think. The minute you spend
thinking about the real meaning of what people say to you may save another mistake.
第43题单选 From the questions in the first paragraph we can learn that the speaker
A.feels happy, thinking of how nice his friends were to him
B.feels he may not have" read" his friends'tree feelings correctly
C.thinks it was a mistake to have broken up with his girl friend, Helen
D.is sorry that his friends let him down
第44题单选 In the second paragraph, the author uses the example of" You're a lucky dog" to show that
A.the speaker of this sentence is just being friendly
B.this saying means the same as "You're a lucky guy" or "You're a lucky gal"
C.sometimes the words used by a speaker give a clue to the feeling behind the words
D.the word" dog" shouldn't be used to apply to people
第45题单选 This passage tries to tell you how to
A.avoid mistakes about money and friends
B.bring the" dog" bit into our conversation
C.avoid mistakes in understanding what people tell you
D.keep people friendly without trusting them
第46题单选 In listening to a person, the important thing is
A.to notice his tone, his posture, and the look in his eyes
B.to listen to how he pronounces his words
C.to check his words against his manner, his tone of voice, and his posture
D.not to believe what he says
Why was Bastille important to the citizens of Paris? The building of the Bastille had been started in 1370 under Charles V. By the seventeenth century it had stopped to be important for defense. Cardinal Richelieu turned it into a prison. It was not an ordinary prison to punish common crimes. Its huge doors closed only on enemies of the King. The Bastille's workings were secret. Prisoners were taken to it in closed vehicles. Soldiers on guard duty had to stand with their faces to the wall. No talking was allowed. Worst of all, a prisoner never knew if he would be there a day, a week, a year, or forever. Only the King's letter could set him free.
Over the years the number of arrests by King's letter had become fewer. By the time of its fall, most of the prisoners were writers who had written against the corruptions(贪污腐败)of the government Voltaire, the famous French writer, spent a year there in 1717 ~ 1718, and another 12 days in 1726.
For those who believed in free speech and free thinking, the Bastille stood for everything evil. The day it was captured, only seven prisoners were found inside. Still, the Bastille was hated by the people. It was a symbol of the King's complete power.
第47题单选 According to the passage, which of the following statements is FALSE .9
A.Anyone who did something wrong could find himself suddenly in the Bastille.
B.The Bastille was only for those who were opposed to the King.
C.Things done in the Bastille were hardly known to people outside.
D.Voltaire was twice put in the Bastille.
第48题单选 At the time of its fall, the Bastille housed
A.a large number of prisoners
B.a lot of writers who had been against the government
C.some dozens of people who believed in free speech and free thinking
D.only a few prisoners
第49题单选 Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A.All prisoners in the Bastille had to stay there for life.
B.Over the years the number of prisoners in the Bastille was getting more and more.
C.The King could put people in, or let them go out, as he wanted.
D.At the time it was captured, there were so few prisoners in it that it meant little to the people.
第50题单选 This passage mainly
A.tells how the prisoners were controlled by the King
B.tells how little was known about the Bastille
C.shows the inner workings of the Bastille
D.gives a brief history of the Bastille
Reporter： 51 .
Student A：Yes，I am.
Reporter： 52 ，but do you have to take a part-time job in the holidays?
Student A：Not really，my parents are fairly well off，SO I get an allowance from my father.
Reporter： 53 .
Student A：I suppose SO.
Student B： 54.
Reporter：Do you work during the holidays?
Student B：Well，last Christmas I did two weeks as temporary postman，then in the sammet I spent four weeks fruit picking and I do a bit of baby—sittin9.SO I manage.
Reporter： 55 .
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