1．A．already B．each C．league D．weak
2．A．produce B．true C．computer D．news
3．A．calm B．hall C．talk D．ball
4．A．breath B．Breathe C．Mouth D．cloth
5．A．Dollar B．Honest C．Polite D．pocket
6．This novel is worthy of______．
A．reading B．read C．having read D．being read
7．It is very kind ______ see me．
A．from you to B．as C．as if D．like that
8．It looks ______it’s going to rain．
A．that B．as C．as if D．like that
9．The stone was so heavy that it was difficult for the old man to______it．
A．lift B．reach C．rise D．touch
10．They lives ______the other side of the road．
A．in B．on C．for D．by
11．______ that we were late, we started to run．
A．Know B．To know C．Knowing D．Being known
12. This room is ______ any of the others in the building．
A．the biggest than B．big as
C．bigger than D．the biggest of
13．Just think Ann got the house ______all by herself！
A．Paint B．be painted C．to paint D．painted
14．The policeman caught the man ______ the arm．
A．by B．with C．on D．at
15．To get an education， ______．
A．one must work hard B．working hard is important
C．to work hard is necessary D．it is needed to work hard
16．The meeting ______．
A．is to put off B．is going to put off
C．is to be put off D．will put off
17．Never ______ till tomorrow what may be done today．
A．put on B．put away C．put off D．put up
18．Mother kept inviting Mrs．Smith to stay for lunch， and finally she______．
A．gave out B．gave off C．gave in D．gave away
19．France is ______ only European country I have visited．
A．an B．a C．the D．不填
20．The problem of pollution in this city is more serious than ______in other cities
A．that B．it C．this D．those
If you do not use your arms or your legs for some time, they become weak. When you 21
using them again, they 22 become strong again. Everybody knows this and nobody would
think of 23 this fact. 24 there are many people who do not 25 to know that memory works
in the 26 way.
27 someone says that he has a good memory, he actually means that he 28 his memory
by practising exercising it. When someone 29 says that his memory is poor, he actually
means that he 30 give it enough chances to become 31 .Have you ever noticed that people
who cannot read or write usually have 32 memories than those who can? This is because t
hose who 33 read or write have to remember things. They have to remember dates, places,
names, songs and stories. So their memory is the whole time being used .So 34 you want to
have a good memory, you should learn from those people, 35 by remembering what you see,
hear, feel and write. If so, you must have a good memory.
21. A. start B. go on C. stop D. continue
22. A. quickly B. slowly C. soon D. at once
23. A. doing B. agreeing C. questioning D. answering
24. A. Yet B. Still C. So D. Certainly
25. A. want B. seem C. get D. hope
26. A. other B. usual C. same D. opposite
27. A. As B. What C. While D. When
28. A. wants B. builds up C. makes D. keeps
29. A. again B. else C. more D. once
30. A. do not B. is not C. never D. does not
31. A. poor B. weak C. strong D. healthy
32. A. worse B. better C. more D. less
33. A. used to B. cannot C. try to D. have to
34. A. if B. that C. though D. thus
35. A. please B. try C. train D. enjoy
There’s time to get angry. And it’s best for your child if you do. Let’s say your child hits a playmate
with a toy-hard enough to make the other child cry. How can you teach you child to feel sorry so
he or she won’t do it again? Researchers say the best way for parents to react(反应)is to show
their anger and to let the child know exactly why they are mad.
Many parents believe that it is best to control their feelings and to wait until they’re calm before
scolding their children. But the mother or father who explains reasonably to a child. “Peter was
crying because you hit him, “is not likely to attract much attention. Young children need to be sc
olded immediately, and strongly, before they’ll take criticism(批评)to heart.
When your young child does something wrong, scold him or her seriously at once, At the same
time be sure to tell the child clearly what he or she has done wrongs, An angry reaction without
an immediate explanation does little good .side or not allowing him to watch TV as a punishment
works well—but only when taken together with an explanation, Make certain your child understands
that although his or her wrongdoing has made you angry, you still love him or her ,Use simple,
direct words such as “You hurt peter. How would you feel if he hit you? You must never, never
hurt people”. If your voice expresses strong feeling clearly. Your message will carry enough weight.
36. According to researchers, how should parents react when their child did something wrong? ______
A. Ask the child not to do it again any time.
B. let the child know what exactly happened.
C. Teach the child why and how to say sorry to others.
D: Show the child how angry they are and tell him why.
37. What do many parents think they should do with the wrongdoer? ______
A .Speak strongly and angrily to him.
B. Hide their feelings when talking to him.
C. Explain immediately why he was wrong.
D. Calm themselver down before scolding him.
38. What could be the best title for the text? ______
A. Best ways to Stop Children’s Wrongdoings.
B. Differences among Parents in Dealing with Children.
C. Different Ways to Deal with Children’s Wrongdoings.
D. Research on Preventing Children from Hurting Others.
Eight years ago, officials in Chicago, Illinois, decided to replace the black roof on the city government building
with a planted garden, The aim was to reduce energy costs, improve air quality and control the rainwater
entering the city’s waste system(系统). Green roofs also help reduce a problem called urban heat islands(城市热岛现象)。
During hot weather, the building’s roof could reach temperatures of up tl 76度，with the garden, the temperature
of the roof area was reduced by at least 30 Workers planted over 150kinds of plants that could stand bad weather.
Now, the area is cooler, the building requires less energy to keep cool, and the roof looks nice. Chicago also offers
money to help people pay for building their own green roofs.
coal. The city often experiences lack of power because of the large numbers of people using electricity.
Officials decided to save energy by putting water heaters(热水器)powered by the sun on top of the city’s main
hospital. The hospital saved thousands of dollars in energy costs each year, Officials then began building
this kind of water heater around the city.
China has announced plans to build a city called Dongtan. The company designing the city says it will
produce its energy from the wind, sun and waste, The aim is for the city to be an example to the rest of China.
39. What did the officials in Chicago decide to do? ______
A.T o grow plants on the roof of the government building.
B. To make use of the rainwater in the city’s waste system.
C. To improve the air quality of the city greatly.
D. To build another government building.
40. What problem does Thane have according to the text? ______
A. The city doesn’t have enough electricity for its people.
B. The city’s main hospital lacks money for energy costs.
C. the city needs more water heaters for its people.
D. The city needs to control its population growth.
41. Why does China plan to build the new city? ______
A. To set an example of using clean energy.
B. To provide energy for the rest of China.
C. To learn how to use new energy forms.
D .To gain experience in city design.
42. What does the author try to tell the readers about? ______
A. Problems in big cities of the world.
B. The rising energy costs in cities.
C. Different ways of going green.
D. Energy problems in the world.
After working long hours On her feet everyday in the operating ,room, Taryn Rose' knew a lot about foot pain.
But unlike most of her colleagues(同事),she turned her pain into money: Today she is the boss of
Taryn Rose International, a $528 million company that makes nice and comfortable shoes.
At the beginning, Rose realized the only thing that could stop her was fear of failure. “I could hear my friends
and family saying, Why did you leave a good job? If I failed, would I be okay facing them? And I thought, so what?
I can go back for further study in medicine. I started to accept that it would be okay to say, I failed, but I tried.
Once I was comfortable with that fight, the fear came to an end. I realized I feared regret more than failure.
And after you turn to the path you choose, there is nothing acceptable but Success.”
Now, Rose has no regrets about leaving medicine. "What I'm doing is not all that different from:
what I Was doing as a doctor. The goal is the same: to relieve (减轻) pain. A former professor t
old me: “You're helping hundreds of thousands of women with your shoes. As a doctor, you would have
helped only the few who went to your office. You're having a much greater effect.”
Looking back, Rose admits she caught a couple of lucky breaks. “To me, luck is about being prepared
for those opportunities (机会) that come knocking. You have to have an open mind, the right skilis and all
your senses working to see what opportunities present themselves. Luck can open the door, but you still have to walk through it.”
43. Before starting: her shoe business, Taryn Rose was a______．
A. nurse B. worker C. doctor D. boss
44. Rose realized later______was the most fearful for her to have or face in her job change.
A. failure B. regret C. family D. colleagues
45. What did her former professor think about Rose and her new job? ______
A. She doesn't have to meet many people in her office.
B. Her new work is quite different from her old job.
C. She can now serve more people than before.
D. Her new work is much more difficult.
46. Which of the following can best explain the last sentence in the passage? ______
A. You have to do what you can after luck brings you opportunities.
B. You should open the door when opportunities come to you.
C: You have to be prepared for walking through the door.
D. You should open your eyes to see opportunities clearly.
On my way home from work one day in 1994. I stopped at a supermarket for shopping I was behind two customers.
The person checking out was a young mother with her little girl As the clerk was scanning(扫描)the things she had
chosen, the young lady was carefully counting her money, worried After the last thing was scanned. The young lady
was carefully counting her money, worried, after the last thing was scanned; the clerk told the young mother the total.
The young mother’s expression turned to embarrassment(尴尬 )as she realized she did not have enough money.
She started to see which things to put back, and nervously looked behind her, knowing she was holding up the line.
I was smiling and trying to look sympathetic(同情)I had been in situations where I did not have enough money plenty
of times myself. Finally, the young mother gave something back to the clerk, and asked for a new total.
At that moment, the woman in front of me asked the clerk to wait a moment; she took out$5 and handed it to the clerk
to pay what the young mother was short of .When the clerk fifty to give the woman the fifty cents change. She pointed
to the little girl and told the clerk to give it to her, The little girl smiled an ran to one of the machines to spent the money
Naturally. The young mother was thankful and said so .The woman smiled and told her she was welcome
I will never forget the look on that little girl’s face-not when she was given the money but when she realized that a
perfect stranger cared enough to help them. From the way she looked at the woman. You could tell that she learned
something valuable that day some people do care.
d. There are many saturations in which we can help other people. It doesn’t take much money. A few dollars to
someone like me was something quite different to that mother.
47. Why was the young mother carefully counting her money? ______
A. To know how much would be left after payment.
B. She got ready to pay for what she had taken.
C. She was afraid that she didn’t have enough.
D. To see if she could buy more things.
48. What did the author try to show to the young mother by smiling to her? ______
A .He had seen her before.
B. He was willing to help her.
C. He was surprised at her embarrassment.
D. He understood what happened to her.
49. The woman in front of the author handed five dollars to_____.
A. the author B. the mother C. the clerk D. the girl
50. What is the text trying to teach us? ______
A. Women and children should be helped.
B. A little care can bring about great happiness.
C. There are always people who are in trouble.
D. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
（Shop Girl=S: Paul=P）
S: Good afternoon, sir. What can I help you?
P: 51 I’m looking for a suit/I want to buy a suit..
S: I’m sure we have something for you.
P: I travel a lot for work, and I worry about my suits getting dirty on the road
S: That won’t be a problem. Would you like 52 a suit in dark color ?
P: Yeah, the one in dark blue looks nice.
D: This is a very fine suit. 53 Would/Do you like to try it on?
(Paul comes out of the dressing room.)
P: It’s good fit and it’s very comfortable54 How much (is it) ?
P: OK, 55 I’ll take(/get/buy/)this one(/it) .
S: Do you need anything else?
P: No, thanks
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