like swimming as a means of keeping fit.
A.something B.anything C.nothing D.everything
28.Computers and mobile phones, playgh they are indeed making our life and more have reduced the need for face-to-face cotyr unication.
29.We give time upace and love we can spare, and , dogs gine us tea all.
A.in allB.in factC.in short D.in return
30.Mother wanted to be a good provider, a role she since her marriage to Father.
A.shoulders B.shouldered C.is shouldering D.has been shouldering
31.The girl arranged to have piano lessons at the training centre with her sister she would stay for an hour.
32.There were many talented actors out there just waiting .
A.to discover B.to be discoveredC.discoveredD.being diseovered
33.Not until he left his home to know how important the family was for him.
A.did he begia B.ead he beansC.he beganD.he has began
34.Nowadays som hod tals refe to patients name, not case number.
A.of B.as C.byD.with
35.Last year the number of studects who graduated with a driving licence reached 200,000, a(n) of 40,000 per year.
A.average B.numberC.amount D.quantity
When Alice started to cycle home from Jenny’s house, she wasn’t nervous. She was certainly not afraid of the dark. 36 , it was only a 15,ncnule ride home. But halfway there, she began to wish that he hadn’t been so 37 .
As she rounded a sarp benu, it suddenly 38 cold－very cold. Alice’s breath became puffs of white cloud and her legs aso cale that it became hard to ride.
With her liart beating fast, she struggled so hard to move 39 that the didn’t hear the car which suddenly appeared beside her. She stopped by the road. The big black car also 40 ,Slowly, the passenger-window began to slide down. Alice held her breath. In the soft light inside the car, something 41 . Then, the light brightened and Alice was staring at a sweet, grey-haired old lady. “Hello, dear,”said the old lady. “I need 42 . I’m afraid I’m lost. I need to find the nearest airport. I must be there in the next five minutes.”
“Airport? You 43 are lost,”Alice said. “You need to go back five kilometers 44 you reach the”
T-junction.Turn left and 45 for about another 10 kilometers to the main highway.From there,just follow the 46 to the airport.But I’m afraid there’s no 47 you’ll get there in five minutes!”
“Thank you very much,dearn eplied the old lady.“Don’t worry-I’ll 48 it time.”
The 49 up and the started off.A little way ahead,it 50 and with hedlights filashing, it drove past Alice. But then, mething 51 happened.The car hegary changing flrst, its color 52 from black to silvey grew when, the wheels began disappearing, but the car to move forward, 53 just above the grolld. As the car 54 into the dark sky, the big red tail-lights grew larger and larger and glowed more and more brightly.With a faint whistling 55 ,the car was gone in seconds,leaving Alice shaking her head in disbelief…
37.A.brave B.excited C.eurious D.grew
38.A.fell B.around C.forwardD.backward
40.A.arrived B.aopped C.stayed D.started
41.A.gathered B.opped C.stayed D.started
42.A.help B.exicult C.rest D.water
43.A.necess B.gas C.rest D.water
44.A.if B.until C.unless D.as
45.A.drive B.walk C.follow D.march
46.A.address B.sigms C.notiees D.guidance
47.A.doubt B.room C.time D.way
48.A.have it B.get it C.make it D.finishit[来源:学科网ZXXK]
50.A.passed B.rashed C.turned D.continued
51.A.strange B.entive C.imaginableD.horrible
52.A.developenB.apend C.spread D.ladea
54.A.pointed B.returnedC.broke D.rose
55.A.tune B.voice C.sound D.tone
Andy rode slowly on his way to school, day-dreaming about the fishing trip that his father had prornised him. He was so busy dreaming about all the fish he would catch that he was unaware of everything else around him.
He rode along until a strange around drew him to the present.He came to a stop and looked curiously up to the heavens.What he saw him. A huge swarm of bees filled the sky like clack cloud and the buzzing mass towards him.
With no wast.Andy sped off in the opposite direction, riding without knowing how to escape the swarm a rapidly beating heart and his legs pumping furiously down the rough road. As the bees came closer, his panic incread. Andy knew that he was sensitive to bee stings(蜇).The last sting had landed him in hospital-and that was only one bee sting!He had been forced to stay in bead for two whole days.Suddenly,his father’s words came to him.“When you are in a tight situation, don’t panie. Use your brain and think your ways out of it.”
On a nearby hill, he could see smoke waving slowly skywards form the chimney of the Nelson family home.“Bees don’t like smoke,”he thought.“They couldn’t get into the house.”Andy raced towards the Nelson house, but
the bees were gaining ground. Andy knew be could not reach the house in time. He estimated that the bees would eatch up with him soon.
Suddenly, out of the corner of his eyes, he spotted a small dam used by Mr. Nelson to irnigate his vegetable garden. Off his bike and into the cool water he dived, disappearing below the surface and away from the savage insects. After holding his breath for as long as he could, Andy came up for air and noticed the bees has gone. Dragging himself out of the dang the struggled up the hilly slope and rang the doorbell. Mr Nelson took hism inside and rang his mother.
“You’ll really red that aming break to help you recover, ” laughed his mother with lelief. “Thank goodness you didn’t paril But Andy did not hear her. He was dreaming once again at the she he would catch tomorrow.”
56. Why did Andy fail to notice the swarm of bees earlier?
A. He was riding to school.
B. He was listening to a strange sound.
C. He was going fishing with his father.
D. He was lost in the thought of the fishing trip.
57. Which of the following is NOT mentioned about the swarm of bees in the passage?
A. They crowded like a black cloud.
B. They shocked and terrified Andy.
C. They tried to attack Andy in a mass.
D. They made Andy stay in hospital for two days.[来源:Zxxk.Com]
58. How did Andy avoid the bees in the end?
A. He asked Mr. Nelson in help.
B. He hid himself under the water.
C. He rushed into the Nelson house.
D. He rode off in the oppossnte ditcction.
59. Which of he tollowing can best describe Andy’s escape from the becs?
A. No pain no gains.
B. Once bitten, twice she
C. Where there is a will, there is a way.
D. In time of dangct, one’s mind works fast.
Head of Research
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We a looking for a Head of Research to manage the CWU research Depart and informating Certre. You would be required to excrcise conrol of all researchers work of the depertend and manage a team of three researchers and uppor aff.
The person appointed would be expected to carry out research work of a strategic nature across the range of businesses in which the CWU has or seeks membership and to contribute to the strategic thinking and direction of the union as a whole.
You will need: proven line management skills, especially in managing and motivating a team; good research skills, holding a good degree in a related subject or other similar experience; a high level of mathematical and calculating skills; the ability to produce high quality work under pressure; a commitment to and knowledge of the trade union movement and social demomic politics; and knowledge and/or experience of the ostal and/or l wlecinmuy auions adnstry.
To apply ase request an application pack by emailing her cur org or by telephoning HR (Hwian Resources ) on 020 8970 7482. When applying plense stay your source.
Closing Date for Applications:4th August 2010
Anticipated interview date:17th August 2010
No agencies please
60.In which column of a newspaper could we find this advertisement?
A.Arts. B.Sales. C.Jobs.D.News.
61.One of the duties of the person to be appointed is .
A.taking eharge of research
B.seeking pen ersh lot the union
C.mannaging a of or four members
D.runing a company
62.If you apply for this position, you ean do all EXCEPT
A.ask an agency for an application form
B.dial 020 8971 7482 for more information
C.email hr@ org for an applieation pack
D.send in your applieation before 4 Auguse 2010-6-9
63.Which of the following applieans is most likely to be employed?
A.A school teacher with a master’s degree.
B.A university graduate in computer science.
C.A director from a with a master’s degree.
D.A eler company[来源:Zxxk.Com]
Kong Zi called Confucius(551-479 B.C.).and Soerates(469 B.C.)lived only a hundred years apart,and during their lifetimes there was no contact between China and Greece, but it is interesting on look at how the world that each of there great philosophers came from shaped their ideas, and how these in turn, shaped their societies.
Neither philosopher lived in times of peace,though there were more wars in Greece than in China. The Chinese states were very large and feudal,while the Greek city-states were small and urban. The urban environment in which Socrates lived allowed him to be more radical(激进的)than Confucius.Unlike Confucius,Soeraes was not asked by rulers how to goversn offectively.Thus Soerates was able to be more idealistic, foeusing on issues like freedom and knowledge for its own sake, on the other hand,advised those in gowernnent and many of his students went ment
Conful suggested Rule as a principle for the corduet of “Lo not others what you would not want to you.”He assumed that all men were equal at some potential than others, are that it was knowledge that set men apart.Socraes focusesd on individual, and thought that the greatest purpose of man was to seek wisdom.He believed that some had more potential a develop their reason than others did.Like Confucius, he believed that the superior class should rule the inferior(下层的)classes.
For Socrates,the family was of no importance,and the community of little concerm.For Confucius, however, the family was the centre of society, with family relations considered much more important than political relations.
Both men are respected much more today than they were in their lifetimes.
64.Which of the following is TRUE according to the first paragraph?
A.Socrates and Confucius and much in common.
B.Confuius had a influres on Socrates ideas.
C.The were by the philosophers ideas.
D. exchanges between China a Greece.
65.Socat snared wih Confucius the idea the .
A.all men were equal when they were born
B.the lowr classes should be ruled gby the upper class
C.the purpose of man was to seek freedom and wisdom
D.people should not ask others to do what they did not want to
66.What made some people different from others according to Confucius?
A.FamilyB.Potential C.Knowledge D.Community
67.This passage is organized in the pattem of .
A.time and events
B.comparison and con ast
D.defignton and rlwomiration
Modcm inventions have speeded up people’s lives amazingly. Motor-cars cover a bundred miles in little more than an hour. Aireraft cross the world a day, while computers operate at lightning speed. Indeed, this love of speed seems never-ending. Every ycar motor-cars are produced which go even faster each new computer boasts（吹嘘）of saving preeious seconds in handling tasks.
All this saves timc, but at a prick.When we lose or gain half a day in speeding aeross the world in an airplane, our bodies tell us so. We get the uncomfoerable feeling known as jet-lag; our bodies feel tlru they have been left bebind in anot ar nine zoors Again pending too long at compulers resul’s in painti ninrts and fingers. Mobile phones also to dange according to some seientists; too much uss may thesmit h bul radiation into our brains, a we do not like to think about.
Howave, what do we do with the time we have saved?Certainly not or so it seems. We are so accustomed to constant activity that we find it difficult to sit and do nothing, or even just one thing at a time. Pcrhaps the days are long gone when we might listen quietly to a story on the radio, letting imavination take us into another world.
There was a time when some people’s lives were devotcd simply to the cultivation of the land or the eare of eattle. No multi-tasking there; their lives wenl on at a much gentler pace, and in a familiar pattern. There is much that we might envy about a way of life like this. Yet before we do so ,we must think of the hard tasks our ancestors faeed;:they farmed with bare hands, often lived close to hunger, and had to fashion tools from wood and stone. Modem machinery has freed peope fre that primitive existcnee.
68.The new rooucts opcome more and more time-saving beeause .
A.our lose e u speed uts never-ending
B.mo is liwhcd
C.shi pnces are increasingly high
D.the manufacturers boast a lot
69.What does“the days”in Paragraph 3 refer to?
A.I maginary life
B.Simple life in the past
C.Times of inventions
D.Time for constant activity
70.What is the author’s attitude towards the modem teehnology?
71.What does the pa mge mainly diseuss?
A.The present and pad times
B.Machin and human beings
C.Imaginations and inventions[来源:Z&xx&k.Com]
D.Modem teehnology and its influenec
Every day we experiencc one of the wonders of the world around us without even realizing it It is not the amszing complexity of television. Nor the impressive tcchnology of transport The universal wonder we share and
Experience is our ability to make noises with our mouths, and so transmit ideas and thoughts to each other’s minds. This ability comes so naturally that tend to forget what a miracle（奇迹）it is.
Obviously, the ability to talk is something that marks humans off from animals. Of course, some animals have powers just as amazing. Birds can fly thousands of miles by observing positions of the stars in the sky in relation to the time of day and year. In Nature’s went show, humans are a species of animal that have deve pod their own special act. If we reduce it to basie ferms, it’s a ability for communicating information to ther by varying sounds we make as we breathe out.
Not the to don’t have other powers of communication. Our facia. expressions convey our emotions, such as anger, or jout or disappointment. The way we hold our beads can indicate to others whether we are happy or sad. This is so-called “body language”. Bristling(直立的)fur is an unmistakable warning of attack among many animals. Similarly, the bowed bead or drooping tail shows a readiness to take second place in any animal gathering.
Such a means of communication is a basic mechanism that animals, including human beings, instinctively acquire and display. Is the ability to speak just another sort of instinct? If so, how did human beings acquire this amazing skill? Biologists can readily indicate that particular area of our brain where speech mechanisms function, but this doesn’t tell us how that part of our bodies originated in our biological history.
72.According to the passage, the wonder we take for granted is .
A.our ability to use language
B.the mintle of technalay
C.the miaole power of nature
D.our canlity to make noises with mouth
73.What feature of “body language”mentioned in the passage is common to both humans and animals?
A.Lifting beads when sad.
B.Keeping long faces when angry.
C.Bristling hair when ready to attack.
D.Bowing heads when willing to obey.
74.What can be inferred from Paragraph 3?
A.Body language is uniqun to humans.
B.Animals express emotions just as humans do.
C.Humans have other poeers of communication.
D.Humans are thfferent from animals to some degree.
75.This pastge is mainly about .
A.the development of body language
B.the special role humans play in nature
C.the power to convey information to others
D.the difference between humans and animals in language use
(When Sara came home from work, she found her mother in an anxious state.)
S:What’s wrong, Mum? You seem upset.
M:It’s your (76) y sister Jill. She should have been here an hour ago.
S:Don’(77) w ,Mum!It’s not all that late and she has probably not(78)r how late it is. I think she’ll be here soon.
(Just then Sara’s brother Peter came into the kitchen.)
P:What’s up?Mum’s on the phone and she seems as though she’s going to cry.
S:It’s Jill.She should have r home by now and Mum’s getting anxious.
P:You needn’ fec so Mum!You know what tecnage girls are like. (80) she’s all right.
M;I can’t help but he .I’ve just rung Lucy and she said Jill her our the cinema ages ago to get the bus.
P:Well,the bus service isn’t very frequent in the evenings.Perhaps she(82)m one and is wairting for another.Have you tried(82)p her on her mobile?
M:Yes, but there’s no reply.That made me even more worried.I think(83)s must have happened to Jill.
S:Calm down,Mum! You’ll make yourself ill.Perhaps she switched her mobile(85)o in the cinema and forgot to switch it back on again.Or it may need to be charged.
英语中“please.” “In you”“sorry”等礼貌用语具有增进友谊，改善关系、化解矛盾神奇的力量，因而被称为“ ”。请 “Magin Power of Polite Words”为题写一篇100词左右的英语作文。代表裁不限（叙述文评论文说论文……）
1.B2.B3.A4.B5.C 6.A 7.C 8.A 9.A 10.B11.C12.A13.C14.C15.B16.B17C18.B19.C20.A