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第6题单选 It’S necessary for one to read the____0n the bottle carefully and take the fight amount of medicine.
第7题单选 This is the longest bridge that___________over Changjiang River.
A.is ever built
B.was ever built
C.has ever been built
D.has ever built
第8题单选 They had wanted to help but__________ get there in time.
第9题单选 A fight broke out among the football fans and soon it went_________control.
第10题单选 Today's weather isn't as cold as it was yesterday,______________ ?
第11题单选 Mr. Zhang gave the textbooks to all the pupils except__________ who had already taken them.
第12题单选 Sir，do you have anything____this afternoon?If there is nothing to d0，I wonder if I can ask for a leave.
C.to be typing
D.to be typed
第13题单选 I cannot but____the truth of your remarks，although they go against my
第14题单选 The shop assistant___________me $ 25 for this suitcase.
第15题单选 I always regretted not _________ harder when I was young.
D.to have studied
第16题单选 ne bedroom needs___________.
C.to be painted
参考解析：C解析：need to do sth.表示“必须做某事”;而bedroom与paint之间为被动关系，所以应用to be paint—ed，相当于need paintin9。
第17题单选 It’S much cheaper to buy a____cal"than a new one.
第18题单选 Look what father_________ me when he came from work.
第19题单选 It is because she is too inexperienced____she does not know how to deal
with the situation.
第20题单选 The number of students in our school___________.
For several years, Americans have enjoyed teleshopping-watching TV and buying things by phone. Now teleshopping is starting in Europe. In some 21 countries, people can turn on their 22 and shop for clothes, jewelry, food, toys and 23 things.
Teleshopping is becoming popular in Sweden. 24 , the biggest Swedish company sells different kinds of things on TV in fifteen European countries, and in one year, it makes $10 million. In France, there are two teleshopping channels, and the French 25 about $ 20 million a year in buying things through those channels.
In Germany, 26 last year teleshopping was only possible on one channel for one hour every day. Then the government allowed more teleshopping. Other channels can 27 for telebusiness, including the largest American teleshopping company and a 24-hour teleshopping company. German 28 are hoping these will help them sell more things.
Some people like teleshopping because it allows them to do their shopping without 29 . With all the traffic problems in cities, going shopping is not an easy thing. But at the same time, other Europeans 30 like this new way of buying things. They call 31 "junk on the air. " Many Europeans usually worry about the quality of the things 32 on TV. They think high quality is the most important thing, and they don't believe they can be sure about the quality of the things 33
The need of high quality means that European teleshopping companies will have to be 34 the American companies. They will have to be more careful about 35 of the things they sell. They will also have to work harder to sell things that the buyers cannot touch or see by themselves.
D.It is like
A.to go out
C.to buy things
A.in the shop
D.by this way
A.the same with
C.as big as
I was 14 when Mr.Ingram knocked on our farmhouse door in Sacred Heart，Okla.The
old farmer lived about a mile down the mad and needed help cutting grass.It was the first time I was actually paid for work--about l2 cents an hour，not bad when you consider it was 1939，a time when there was little business activity.
Mr.Ingram liked the job I did and ended up hiring me to dig potatoes.I even helped
when a baby COW was being born.
One day he found an old truck that was stuck in the soft，sandy soil of the melon(瓜)
field.It was full of melons that someone had tried to steal before their truck got stuck.
Mr.Ingram explmned that the truck’s owner would be returning soon，and he wanted me to watch and lean.It wasn't long before a man from a nearby village，who had a terrible reputation(名声)for fighting and stealin9，showed up with his two full-grown sons.They looked very angry.
Calmly Mr.Ingram said，“Well，I see you want to buy some watermelons.”
There was a long silence before the man answered，“Yeah，I guess s0.What are you getting for them?”
“Twenty?five cents each.’’
“Well.I guess that would be fair enough if you help me get my track out of here.”
It turned out to be our biggest sale of the summer，and an unpleasant，perhaps unfortunate，incident had been prevented.After they left，Mr.Ingram smiled and said to me，“Son，if you don’t forgive(原谅)your enemies，you’re going to run out of friends.”Mr.Ingram died a few years later，but I have never forgotten him or what he taught me on my first job.
第36题单选 Which of the following best explains“ended up”as is used in the passage?
第37题单选 The truck owners were angry because______.
A.they failed to get the melons away without being seen
B.they forgot to have their truck checked before they started
C.they had got too many melons on the truck
D.they knew they had a bad reputation
第38题单选 Why didn’t the truck owners fight to get away the melons?
A.The old farmer was a strong enemy.
B.The price offered for the melons was very low.
C.It was hard to start a fight against friendly people.
D.It was necessary to get the truck out before anything
You get all sorts of demands，and the mark of a good hotel is to supply whatever is asked for without sounding surprised.If a guest asks for rubber glover(手套)，you don’t ask why.
You say，“No problem.What colour do you want?’’
There have been some demands which.much as l would have liked to fill，I couldn’t.A Japanese businessman，for example，thought the manager of a hotel was like the captain of a ship so he asked me to marry him and t}le woman he loved.There was one time，however，we did help out.A young marl thought that if he asked his girlfriend to malty him at the Ritz she would say yes.He asked us to put the ring in a cake，and she accepted.
Top hotels are used more and more to impress.They are used for doing business.Ⅱyou’ve got something to sell，take your clients(客户)to the best hotel where the surroundings are quite helpful.A friend of mine working at Savoy Hotel tells the story about a man who gave him 5 pounds to say“good mornin9.Mr.Smith”when he walked through the door with two other men.This he did，and could hear Mr.Smith sayin9，“I do wish they would leave me alone at this place.’’
According to Julian Payne，the most powerful people in any hotel are the porters，who carry bags for hotel guests.“Porters can do almost anythin9.They can get you tables at the best restaurants or tickets for a popular concert.Don’t ask me how they do it or what their deal is because I don’t know.Most of them have been there for years.They know more about the history of the hotel and the guests than anyone else.They are invaluable.A head porter will come in even on his day off SO he can say hello to someone he remembers visiting the hotel years ago.’’
第39题单选 When guests ask for something strange，the manager of a good hotel would think _____
A.how he can meet their needs
B.why they have such demands
C.what problems the.hotel has
D.who is the best person to go to
第40题单选 Which of the following examples explains“we did help out”?
A.The hotel bought a ring for a young lady.
B.A Japanese married the woman he loved.
C.The manager once acted as a captain.
D.A young lady agreed to malty her boyfriend.
第41题单选 By sayin9“I do wish they would leave me alone at this place，”Mr.Smith_____.
A.showed that he disliked such people at the hotel
B.gave the impression that he was a constant guest
C.tried to make his clients feel sorry for him
D.sounded as if he was tired of such greetings
第42题单选 Why are the porters considered the most powerful people in expensive hotels?
A.They sell tickets for converts.
B.They can complete difficult tasks.
C.They know the history of hotels.
D.They usually work in a hotel for a long time.
There are stories about two U.S.presidents，Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren，
which attempt to explain the American English term OK.We don’t know if either story is true， but tlley are both interesting.
The first explanation is based on the fact that President Jackson had very little education.In fact，he had difficulty reading and writin9.When important papers came to Jackson，he tried to read them and then had his assistants explain what they said.If he approved of a paper.He would write“all correct”on it.The problem was that he didn't know how to speH.So what he really wrote was“ol korekt”.After a while.he shortened that term t0“OK”.
The second explanation is based on the place where President Van Buren was born.
Kinderhook，New York.Van Bnren’S friends organized a club to help him become President.
They caned the club the Old Kinderhook Club.and anyone who supported Van Buren was called“OK”.
A.believes both of the stories
B.doesn’t believe a word of the stories
C.is not sure whether the stories ale true
D.is telling the stories just for fun
第44题单选 According to the passage，President Jackson_____.
A.couldn’t draw up any documents at all
B.didn’t like to read important papers by himself
C.often had his assistants sign documents for him
D.wasn’t good at readin9，writing or spelling
第45题单选 According to the second story，the term“OK” _____.
A.was the short way to say“old Kinderhook Club’’
B.meant the place where President Van Buren was born
C.Was the name of Van Buren’S club
D.Was used to call Van Buren’S supportem in the election
第46题单选 According to the second story.the term“OK”was first used_____.
A.by Van Buren
B.in a presidential election
C.to organize the Old Kinderhook Club
D.by the members of the“Old Kinderhook Club”
When Mrs.Joseph Groeger died recently in Vienna，Austria，people asked the obvious，
“Why did she live to be 107?”Answers were provided by a survey conducted amon9148 Viennese men and women who had reached the age of l00.Somewhat surprising was the fact that the majority had lived most of their lives in cities.In spite of the city’S image as an unhealthy place，city living often provides benefits that country living can lack.One factor seems to be important to the longevity(长寿)of those interviewed.
This factor is exercise.in the cities it is often faster to walk short distances than to wait for a bus.Even taking public tramsportation often requires some walkin9.Smaller apartment houses have no elevators(电梯)，and SO people must climb stairs.City people can usually walk to local supermarkets Since parking spaces are hard to find，there is often no alternative to walking.
On the other hand，those who live in the country and suburbs do not have to walk every day.In fact，the opposite is often true.To go to school，work，or almost anywhere else，they must ride in cars.
第47题单选 The Vienna survey may help to explain_____.
A.the complaints of people in apartment houses
B.the cause of Mrs Groeger's death
C.the longevity of people like Mrs.Groeger
D.the image of cities in general
第48题单选 The purpose of the second paragraph is to list some_____.
A.benefits of walking
B.occasions for walking in city life
C.comments made by city people
D.problems of city living
第49题单选 To reach the third floor of a building.it would probably be most healthful_____.
A.to take the elevator
B.to walk up the stairs
C.to ride in a car
D.to find an alternative to walking
第50题单选 A conclusion that can be drawn from this passage is that_____.
A.air pollution is not serious
B.anyone can live to be l07
C.country people should move to the city
D.walking is a healthful exercise
George: Excuse me, Jack, do you have a minute?
Jack : Yes. 51
George: Well, you see, I've been learning English for several years now but I still can't speak much English. I wonder if you could tell me how I could improve my oral English.
Jack : Mm. 52
George: I warn to, but every time I open my mouth I seem to make errors. So sometimes I just give up.
Jack: 53 You must be willing to make some errors at the beginning.
George: You mean I shouldn't be afraid of making mistakes.
Jack : 54
George: And I should try to speak English as much as I can.
Jack : Exactly.
George : 55
Jack: Not at all. Good luck on your oral English.
George : Thanks. Bye.
Jack : Bye.