英 语 试 题 (1)
PartⅠ Phonetics (10 points)
Directions: In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letter combinations marked A, B, C and D. Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation. Then mark your answer on the Answer Sheet.
1、 A.kitchen B.sandwich C.China D.peach
2、 A.pig B.together C.garden D.swing
3、 A.music B.telescope C.newspaper D.maths
4、 A.house B.blouse C.laugh D.mouth
5、 A.wash B.sure C.shape D.square
Part II Vocabulary and Structure (40 points)
Directions: In this part, there are 20 incomplete sentences. For each sentence, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence and then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
6、Have you ever considered________ abroad?
A. traveled B. travelling C. to travel D. travel
7、Mark, Mr. White ________. Would you please drive him to the airport?
A. has left B. leaves C. is leaving D. is left
8、I jumped out of my bed________I heard the fire alarm．
A．usually B．carefully C．immediately D．regularly
9、—What kind of mobile phone would you like?
—Oh, I’d like one with a camera and I don’t want to________by cash.
A．give B．use C．pay D．buy
10、—Shall Mary come and play computer games?
—No, ________ she has finished her homework.
A．when B．if C．unless D．once
11、He was about ________to bed________ he heard a noise.
A. to go; when B. going; because C. to go; as D. going; until
12、I ________to give you a birthday present, but I was short of money then.
A. intended B. have intended C. had intended D. was intending
13、There are many people dancing________ music in Beihai Park every evening.
A. in B. to C. by D. from
14、Look! Your shoes are so dirty. You________them yesterday.
A. washed B. had washed C. should wash D. should have washed
15、—Hello, Karen, come in .________.
— Thank you.
A. All right B. Make yourself at home
C. That’s my home D. It’s a great honour
16、His watch, for _______ he paid $100, is now worth $500.
A. which B. that C. it D. what
17、Londoners always take umbrellas with them when they go out, just ______ it rains.
A. in case B. in case of C. so that D. so long as
18、The country life he was used to _____ greatly since 1992.
A. change B. has changed C. changing D. have changed
19、In my view, watching TV too much ________ your eyes.
A. are bad for B. do bad for
C. does harmful to D. is harmful to
20、Why not _____ her _______ as she likes?
A. let; does B. let; do C. to let; to do D. letting; do
21、 In many small restaurants people are served rice _________ while the dishes cost a lot.
A. for free B. of free C. for freely D. freely
22、Does the price include breakfast only, or dinner _____?
A．The two B．or else C．as well D．together
23、 The days ______ we spent together on the farm are not easy ______.
A. when; to forget B. which; to be forgotten
C. that; to forget D. 不填; to be forgotten
24、Don’t be too hard _________the boy; he didn’t mean ________ it.
A. at; doing B. on; to do C. on; doing D. for; to do
25、—How long at this job?
A. were you employed B. have you been employed
C. had you been employed D. will you be employed
Part III Cloze (20 points)
Directions: For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and the mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
Have you ever had problems in your life and don’t know how to be happy? If 26 , you will find “Being a Happy Teenager” by Australian writer Andrew Matthews useful .
In his book, Matthews 27 us how to have a happy life and answers the questions of teenagers.
There are many 28 such as parents and friends, and the book says we should stop being angry and forgive. The book tells us of useful skills 29 how to put what you have learned into pictures of your mind to make your memory better.
Many teenagers think 30 happiness comes from a good exam result or praise (赞扬) from other people. But you can 31 be happy when there are no such “good” things.
Success comes from a(n) good attitude（态度）. If you 32 from problems, you will have success in the future.
Some school students have problems such as being too tall or too short. But Matthews tells us that 33 comes from thinking about things in a positive(积极的) way. If you are 34 , people notice you and you can get a better view(视线) at the movie; if you are short, your clothes and shoes 35 less room in your bedroom! This is Matthews’ most important lesson: you choose to be happy!
26. A. so B. not C. it D. do
27. A. orders B. tells C. asks D. argues
28. A. roles B. classes C. courses D. subjects
29. A. for example B. such as C. so as D. so that
30. A. what B. how C. that D. whether
31. A. yet B. already C. still D. forever
32. A. learn B. rescue C. struggle D. separate
33. A. success B. happiness C. failure D. height
34. A. short B. small C. tall D. fat
35. A. take B. spend C. cover D. cost
Part IV Reading Comprehension ( 60 points )
Directions: There are 3 reading passages in the part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D. Choose the best answer and mark it on the Answer Sheet.
People in the United States honor their parents with two special days: Mother’s Day, on the second Sunday in May, and Father’s Day, on the third Sunday in June．These days are set aside to show love and respect for parents．They raise their children and educate them to be responsible citizens．They give love and care．These two days offer an opportunity to think about the changing roles of mothers and fathers．More mothers now work outside the home．More fathers must help with child-care．
These two special days are celebrated in many different ways．On Mother’s Day people wear carnations(康乃馨)．A red one symbolizes a living mother．A white one shows that the mother is dead．Many people attend religious services to honor parents．It is also a day when people whose parents are dead visit the cemetery．On these days families get together at home, as well as in restaurants．They often have outdoor barbecues for Father’s Day．These are days of fun and good feelings and memories．
Another tradition is to give cards and gifts．Children make them in school．Many people make their own presents．These are valued more than the ones bought in stores．It is not the value of the gift that is important, but it is“the thought that counts．”Greeting card stores, florists, candy makers, bakeries, telephone companies, and other stores do a lot of business during these holidays．
36．Which is NOT a reason for children to show love and respect for parents?
A．Parents bring up children．
B．Parents give love and care to children．
C．Parents educate children to be good persons．
D．Parents pass away before children grow up．
37．What do you know from the passage?
A．Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are both in May．
B．Fewer women worked outside the home in the past．
C．Not all the children respect their parents．
D．Fathers are not as important as mothers at home．
38．On Mother’s Day and Father’s Day,________．
A．people usually have family parties
B．everyone goes to visit the cemetery
C．children always go to parents’ home
D．hand-made cards are the most valuable gifts
39．What do you think“florists”do?
A．They sell flowers．
B．They make bread or pastry．
C．They offer enough room for having family parties．
D．They sell special clothes for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day
40．In she second paragraph, the underlined word ‘cemetery’ means________．
A．funeral B．wedding C．grave D．holiday
One of the interesting things about Cuba is its educational system. As in many other countries, schools are free. What is unusual is that schools combine study with manual work. Each school has a plot of land where the children work for each day. They plant vegetables, which they weed and water, and later they harvest the crops. In this way they develop good working habits and learn how important it is to produce. Usually, children do not like vegetables such as spinach（菠菜）, green beans, or cabbage. But by growing vegetables themselves, Cuban children soon develop a taste for them. During the summer, older children also go to the country to help the farmers with the crops.
In this system, the children spend part of their school time studying and the rest working in the open air helping increase the nation’s production.
66．How is Cuba’s educational system different from that of other countries?
A．Schools are free. B．Schools force children to work.
C．Manual work is emphasized. D．Schools produce a lot of crops
67．How do Cuban children spend their school time?
A．Fewer hours for classroom study than for manual work.
B．Part of the classroom study and the rest for manual work.
C．Half of the time studying and the other half working on the land.
D．Most of the time studying and the rest playing in the open air.
68．What do children do for their manual work?
A．They plant vegetables.
B．They harvest the crops they grow.
C．They help the farmers with their crops.
D．All of the above.
69．Which of the following is mentioned in the passage?
A．The nation’s production is increased.
B．Children go to the country to help the farmers with the crops twice a year.
C．Children enjoy working in the open air.
D．Children grow less interested in study.
70．What does the word “taste” mean here?
A．A kind of sense. B．Liking.
C．Ability to enjoy beauty. D．Small quantity.
It doesn't matter when or how much a person sleeps, but everyone needs some rest to stay alive. That's what all doctors thought, until they heard about Al Herpin.
Al Herpin, it was said, never slept. He was 90 years old when doctors came to his home in New Jersey. They expected to find out that he needed sleep of some kind. But they were surprised. Though they watched him every hour of the day, they never saw Herpin sleeping. He did not even own a bed. He never needed one.
The closest that Herpin came to resting was to sit in a rocking chair(摇椅) and read some news papers. The doctors were puzzled by this strange continuous sleeplessness. Herpin offered the only probable explanation of his condition. He remembered some talk about his mother having been injured several days before he was born.
56. The point of this story is that _______.
A. We needn't feel surprised to find someone who doesn't sleep
B. one person was found who actually didn't need any sleep
C. everyone needs some rest to stay alive
D. not sleeping may help one to live longer
57 The doctors came to visit Herpin hoping to _______.
A. find a way to cure him of his sleeplessness
B. find out that his sleeplessness was not really true
C. find out why some old people didn't need any sleep
D. find a way to free people from needing any sleep
58. After watching him closely, the doctors believed that Al Herpin _______.
A. needed some kind of sleep B. slept while one was watching
C. needed no sleep at all D. nearly slept in a rocking chair
59. One suggested explanation of Herpin's sleeplessness was _______.
A. his old age
B. his not having a bed
C. his magnificent physical condition
D. his mother's injury while carrying him
60.The writer of the story obviously thinks that Al Herpin's sleeplessness ___.
A. could be cured B. could be explained
C. was healthful D. was uncommon
Part V Writing (20 points )
Directions: For this part, you are supposed to write a letter in 100—120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.
英 语 试 题 (2)PartⅠ Phonetics (10 points)Directions: In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letter combinations marked A, B, C an......
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