1．How much will the woman pay if she buys two pounds of tomatoes?
A．$0.80 B．$2.20 C．$0.30
2．How long does it take the woman to drive home when it isn’t rush hour?
3．What does the man mean about Betty?
A．She doesn’t like going shopping.
B．She went shopping yesterday.
C．She prefers shopping to studying.
4．How old is Dick now
A．39 B．43 C．35
5．What does the man mean
A．The teacher is thinner than before.
B．The teacher is fatter than before.
C．The teacher is as fat as before.
6．How long will the man’s holiday last?
A．15 days. B．10 days. C．25 days.
7．What is the favorite activity of the man’s wife?
A．Reading. B．Fishing. C．Climbing mountains.
8．When will the woman visit Europe?
A．Not mentioned. B．Next summer. C．This summer.
9．Where is the manager now?
A．He is in the shop serving the woman.
B．He has gone to have lunch.
C．He is on the way home.
10．When did the woman bring the watch in?
A．This morning. B．A moment ago. C．One week ago.
11．Why was the receipt (收据) still there when the woman came back?
A．She thought she didn’t need it.
B．The manager didn’t give it to her.
C．She dropped it when she left.
12．When did Dr. Richardson begin his research on the AIDS drug?
A．When he was working in a lab.
B．When he was having lessons in night school.
C．When he was working at a medical company.
13．Why did Dr. Richardson go back to school again?
A．Because he loved school.
B．Because he loved his work.
C．Because he wanted to get a high degree.
14．What is the woman?
A．A reporter. B．A doctor. C．A patient.
15．Where are the two people making the conversation?
A．At a train station. B．On a bus. C．On the board of a plane.
16．Who will show the man to sit and how to fasten his safety belt?
A．The same woman. B．Another waitress. C．No one.
17．How can the man get further instructions?
A．He can get it from the broadcast.
B．The woman will tell him.
C．He can get it by reading the paper.
18．What’s the relation between the two speakers?
A．Boss and worker. B．Mother and son． C．Teacher and student.
19．Why does the man want to have a leave?
A．His mother needs to be looked after.
B．He wants to study at home.
C．His mother asks him to be with her.
20．. What day is the day when they are talking?
A．Sunday. B．Monday. C．Wednesday.
21．Even after the teacher entered the classroom she ____ talking.
A．carried on B．carried on with
C．carried out D．goes on
22．Many notices are placed in the park warning people to ___ the grass.
A．keep off B．keep away
C．keep out D．keep out of
23．Nowhere else in the world ____ more friendly people than in China．
A．you will find B．can you be able to find
C．you may have found D．can you find
24．The audience wondered why the professor had not ___ yet.
A．look up B．turned up
C．taken up D．made up
25．This time on next Friday I ___ to Spain.
A．was flying B．is flying
C．shall be flying D．have been flying
26．I didn’t know what tricks he might ____.
A．be up to B．up to
C．be up D．be to do
27．—Do you really trust John?
—Who do you think _______ trust, if not _______?
A．I can, he B．can I, him
C．I can, him D．can I, he
28. —I’m sorry I can’t join you in the travel.
A．Great. B．What a pity!
C．It’s a pity. D．What fun!
29．On his way home he found a silver coin, ____.
A．has a man’s head in his face B．with a man’s head in his face
C．with a man’s head on his face D．has a man’s head on his face
30．The woman was so sad at the thought that she could not afford ___ such a beautiful dress.
A．to take B．taking C．took D．take
31．Our company ___ skilled workers very much.
A．calls on B．calls at C．calls for D．calls upon
32．___ now they have finished only half of the work.
A．Unless B．Up till C．Not until D．From
33．I don’t like the colour of the bike. ____ , it’s too expensive.
A．Otherwise B．However C．Besides D．Except
34．After he was shown ___ the hall, he was really pleased with all the new products ____.
A．around; on the show B．out; on show
C．out; on the show D．around; on show
35．At that time the two countries were ___, and they were killed ____.
A．in battle; in the battle B．in the battle; in battle
C．at battle; at the battle D．at war; at the battle
Mr Brown, a shopkeeper, was going to count the day’s cash (现金). There was more than $300 in notes. He 36 put them in a big bag when he heard a 37 . A door at the back of the room was opening. “Don’t look round．I have a gun.” Mr Brown stood 38 . The voice shouted, “Drop that bag and the notes. Go and stand 39 the corner beside the safe. Keep quite still. Remember I have a gun.” Mr Brown was frightened . He 40 all the robber’s orders. The robber picked up the notes and was about to go out 41 the door at the back of the room.
It was a quarter past six. John Tailor arrived 42 that very small back door. He 43 his hand and was about to knock. At that very moment the robber opened the door. He was frightened to see John there. He 44 his head．He became panic-stricken (惊慌).He tried to 45 his way past John . But John was suspicious (怀疑). He 46 the robber’s way. There was a 47 .
Mr Brown heard the fight. He forgot his 48 , turned round and 49 from his corner. He 50 both his arms round the robber. This pinned (使不能动) the robber’s arms to his sides so he could not use his gun . At the same moment John 51 the robber hard in the stomach and knocked all the breath out of his body. The robber 52 to the ground in a pile. He still held the notes but his gun 53 on the floor and John quickly picked it up. All was now 54 . It was not long 55 the police arrived.
36． A．would B．wanted C．had D．was about to
37．A．sound B．voice C．noise D．shout
38．A．quietly B．straightly C．still D．fearful
39．A．at B．in C．on D．by
40．A．listened B．kept C．followed D．obeyed
41．A．at B．of C．through D．in
42．A．at B．in C．by D．on
43．A．rose B．raised C．held D．took
44． A．covered B．forgot C．missed D．lost
45．A．move B．go C．push D．see
46．A．sat B．stood C．blocked D．stopped
47．A．quarrel B．fight C．war D．battle
48．A．worry B．situation C．order D．fear
49．A．went B．ran C．jumped D．rushed
50．A．placed B．threw C．held D．caught
51．A．fixed B．broke C．pushed D．struck
52．A．lay B．came C．fell D．threw
53．A．laid B．dropped C．lost D．stood
54．A．up B．through C．over D．past
55．A．before B．after C．since D．when
Everyone knows what a needle is．Of course there are needles and needles, Needles for sewing machines, needles for injection（注射）, you name it．But few people think of the wonder a needle works in the hands of those who practice acupuncture（针刺疗法）．
During the past ten years of so, I have been suffering from terrible headache．It seems to be getting from bad to worse these days ．Last night I got a sudden pain in my head．It was so terrible that I could hardly bear（忍受）it．Although I swallowed all kinds of pain-killers（止痛药）, I didn’t feel any better, It seemed that there was nothing I could do but phone for a doctor．
One of our neighbours happened to be with us．He was not a doctor, but he timidly（胆怯地） offered his help, saying “Do you mind if I tried acupuncture on you? These needles may possibly do you some good．” I agreed．In a moment, he had taken out a few needles from his purse．Without a moment’s delay, he fixed a few needles into the skin on my head here and there, Before long, I felt thoroughly relieved（缓解疼痛）．
Just then, the doctor sped through my house and said, “Where is our patient?”
“Sorry, Doctor, You are too late, It’s killed!” I answered in delight．
It’s miracle , isn’t it?
56．The underlined phrase from bad to worse in the second paragraph refers to the man’s
A．character B．life C．headache D．health
57．Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
A．the neighbour fixed needles on his own head
B．The neighbour is a kind-hearted person．
C．The man’s pain was killed before the doctor arrived
D．Soon after the acupuncture, the man was completely recovered．
58．The sentences” You are too late．It’s killed ．” mean that
A．the pain was killed because the doctor came late
B．the man was killed because the doctor came too late
C．before the doctor came the man’s headache was already cured
D．it was too late and the man had gone way
59．The passage tells us that ．
A．everyone knows that acupuncture is a miracle
B．the neighbour wanted to use acupuncture on every patient
C．the effect of acupuncture on the man was unbelievable
D．the patient did not believe in acupuncture
People used to say, “The hand that rocks （摇） the cradle （摇篮） rules the world．” and “Behind every successful man there is a woman．”
Both these sayings mean the same thing．Men rule the world, but their mothers and wives rule them．．
Most American women wish to make their husbands and sons successful, but some of them want more for themselves．They want good jobs．When they work they want to be better paid．They want to be as successful as men．
The American women’s liberation movement was started by women who didn’t want to stand behind successful men．They wanted to stand beside men, with the same chance for success．They refused to work side by side with men who do the same work for a higher pay．
A liberated woman must be proud of being a woman and have confidence （自信） in herself．If somebody says to her, “You have come a long way, baby．” she will smile and answer, “Not nearly as far as I’m going to go, baby!”
This movement is quite new, and many American women don’t agree yet．But it has already made some important changes in women’s lives--- in men’s lives, too．
60．“Behind every successful man there is a woman” means_______．
A．men are always successful but not women
B．women are not willing to stand in front of men
C．women do play an important part in men’s lives and work
D．women can be as successful as men
61．Which of the following is NOT true?
A．Some American women want to work side by side with men and get the same pay for
the same work．
B．Most American women want to be more successful than men．
C．Not every American woman wants to get a job．
D．The American women’s liberation movement did make some changes in women’s lives．
62．According to the passage, many American women today are ________。
A．still going a long way to work
B．working at easier jobs than men
C．unwilling to work side by side with men
D．willing to be less important than men as they used to
63．The American women’s liberation movement ________．
A．have still a long way to go
B．is a failure
C．was started by many successful women
D．is a new thing not accepted by the writer
The home computer industry has been growing rapidly in the United States for the last ten years ．Computers used to be large, expensive machines that were very difficult to use ．But scientists and technicians have been making them smaller and cheaper while at the same time they have been made easier to use．As a result, their popularity has been increasing as more people have been buying computers for their homes and businesses．Computers have been designed to store information and compute problems that are difficult for human beings to work out．Some have voices that speak with the operators．Stores use computers to keep records of their inventories（库存货物） and to send bills to their customers（顾客） ．Offices use computers to copy letters, record business and keep in touch with other offices．People have been using computers in their homes to keep track of the money they spend．
One important new use for computers is for entertainment（娱乐）．Many new games have been designed to be played on the computers．People of all ages have been playing these games, People also have been buying home computers to play computer games, watch movies and listen to concerts at home．They have become very popular indeed．
64．Computers used to _____．
A．work rapidly B．be large and expensive
C．be easy to use D．be used for fun
65．In recent years , computers are being made ______．
A．larger and more expensive B．smaller and cheaper
C．more difficult to use D．to work more slowly
66．Home computers can be used for ______．
A．writing letters B．playing games
C．doing business D．all of the above
67．Salesmen use computers mainly to ______．
A．check the list of goods and materials that are kept in the store house
B．play games for pleasure
C．talk with their friends
Hank Viscardi was born without legs．He had—not legs but stumps（残肢） that could he fitted with a kind of special boots, People stared at him with cruel interest．Children laughed at him and called him ‘Ape Man’ （猿人） because his arms practically dragged on the ground．
Hank went to school like other boys．His grades were good and he needed only eight years to finish his schooling instead of the usual twelve．After graduating from school, he worked his way through college．He swept floors, waited on table, or worked in one of the college offices．During all this busy life, he had been moving around on his stumps．But one day the doctor told him even the stumps were not going to last much longer．He would soon have to use a wheel chair．
Hank felt himself got cold all over．However, the doctor said there was a chance that he could be fitted with artificial legs（假腿）．Finally a leg maker was found and the day came when Hank stood up before the mirror, For the first time he saw himself as he has always wanted to be——a full five feet eight inches tall．By this time he was already 26 years old．
Hank had to learn to use his new legs．Again and again he marched the length of the room , and marched back again．There were times when he fell down on the floor, but he pulled himself up and went back to the endless marching．He went out on the street．He climbed stairs and learned to dance．He built a boat and learned to sail it．
When World War II came , he talked the Red Cross into giving him a job．He took the regular training．he marched and drilled along with the other soldiers．Few knew that he was legless．This was the true story of Hank Viscardi, a man without legs．
68．Children laughed at Hank and called him ‘Ape Man’ because ______．
A．he didn’t talk to them
B．he kept away from them
C．his arms touched the ground when he moved
D．he couldn’t use his arms
69．It can be inferred from the story that five feet eight inches tall is ______．
A．an average height for a fully grown person
B．too tall for an average person
C．too short for an average person
D．none of the above
70．When Hank marched and drilled along with the other soldiers, he ______．
A．did everything the other soldiers did
B．did most of the things the other soldiers did
C．did some of the things the other soldiers did
D．took some special training
71．The writer suggests that Hank Viscardi _______．
A．had no friends
B．never saw himself as different from others
C．was very shy
D．was too proud to accept help from others
In the United States, when one becomes rich, he wants people to know it．And even if he does not become very rich, he wants people to think that he is．That is what ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ is about, It is the story of someone who tried to look as rich as his neighbours．
The expression was first used in 1913 by a young American called Arthur Momand．He told this story about himself．He began earning $ 125 a week at the age of 23．That was a lot of money in those days．He got married and moved with his wife to a very wealthy neighbourhood outside New York City．When he saw that rich people rode horses, Momand went horseback riding every day．When he saw that rich people had servants．Momand and his wife also hired a servant and gave big parties for their new neighbours．
It was like a race, but one could never finish this race because one was always trying to keep up．The race ended for Momand and his wife when they could no longer pay for their new way of life．They moved back to an apartment（公寓房间） in New York City．
Momand looked around him and noticed that many people do things just to keep up with rich life--style of their neighbours．He saw the funny side of it and started to write a series （系列） of short stories, He called it ‘Keeping up with the Joneses’ because ‘Jones’ is a very common name in the United States．’ Keeping up with the Joneses’ came to mean keeping up with rich lifestyle of the people around you．Momand’s series appeared in different newspapers across the country for over 28 years．
People never seem to get tired of keeping up with the Joneses．And there are ‘Jonses’ in every city of the world．But one must get tired of trying to keep up with the Joneses because no matter what one does, Mr．Jones always seems to be ahead．
72．Some people want to keep up with the Joneses because they ______．
A．want to be as rich as their neighbours
B．want others to know or to think that they are rich
C．don’t want others to know they are rich
D．want to be happy
73．It can be inferred from the story that rich people like to ________．
A．live outside New York City B．live in New York City
C．live in apartments D．have many neighbours
74．The underlined word neighbourhood in the second paragraph means ________．
A．a person who lives near another B．people living in an area
C．an area near the place referred to D．an area in another town or city
75．Arthur Momand used the name ‘Jones’ in his series of short stories because’ Jones’ is ________．
A．an important name B．a popular name in the United States
C．his neighbour’s name D．not a good name
I have a friend who has been there for us 76．_____
for a long time．She is always here to 77．_____
cheer me when I am feeling down．She has 78．_____
problems of herself own and when she's not 79．_____
felt right, I hold on to her as tight as I 80．_____
can do．We have known each other for years． 81．_____
She is smart, loving and caring．When I look at 82．_____
her I always wonder if I will never have a friend 83．_____
that he can treat me better than her．Her name is 84．_____
Alisha．I don't even know what I'd do with her, my 85．_____
第二节 书面表达 (共1题; 满分25分)
12 hours 20 minutes
听力：1-5 BBACB 6-10 BAABC 11-15 CCBAC 16-20 BACAA
单选：21-25 AADBC 26-30 ACBCA 31-35CBCDA
完型：36-40 DACDC 41-45 CABAC 46-50 CBDCB 51-55 DCBCA
阅读：56-60CACCC 61-65BDABB 66-70 DACAA 71-75 BBACB
改错：76． us→me 77． here→there 78． 在when前加上up 79． herself→her 80． felt→feeling 81． 去掉do 82． √ 83． never→ever 84． 去掉he 85． with→without
The above chart shows that the students of a middle school are living a busy life.
The above chart shows that the students of a middle school are living ( having , leading ) a busy life. The average time they spend on their studies is 12 hours and 20 minutes while the time for sports is only 45 minutes. For the three meals a day ( daily ) , most of the students have only 55 minutes. And they even do not have enough time for good ( enough ) sleep , either , because of 7 hours on average. They hardly have any leisure time from the chart show. It’s a pity that they have no more than 2 hours each day for other activities, such as watching T.V. , playing with their friends , reading some extra books , and developing some other dilettantes ( abilities ) and so on.
How wonderful it will be, if the chart could be changed soon !
W:I thought that your tomatoes are eighty cents a pound.
M: They used to, but the price has gone up thirty cents.
M: How long does it take you to drive home when there is not much traffic?
W: Only twenty five minutes. But if I can’t leave my office before 5:30 p.m., it sometimes takes me fifty minutes.
W: Didn’t Betty go shopping with you yesterday?
M: Even if she hadn’t had a lot of studying, she would have preferred staying home to going shopping.
M: Do you know how old Dick is this year
W : Well, let me see. I'm 39 and he is 4 years younger.
W : Look, here comes our teacher.
M: Oh, I've never thought he would gain so much weight when he was abroad.
W: When are you going to take your vacation?
M: I’ve got a ten-day vacation starting from July 25.
W: Where are you going?
W: That sounds like a good place. Is your whole family going?
M: Yes, we plan to climb the mountains, go fishing and swimming, but most of all, have a good rest. My wife is taking a whole lot of books to read.
W: Your children must be all excited about it.
M: Yes, they are. They are already crossing off the days on the calendar. Are you going to Europe again this summer?
W: No, not this time. We are going to visit some old friends in Egypt.
M: Are you going by ship or taking a flight?
W: Going by air.
M: May I help you madam?
W: I hope so. It’s my watch. I brought it in to be repaired but now I’ve lost the receipt.
M: Lost the receipt? Oh, dear. That’s too bad.
W: Can’t I just describe the watch to you?
M: I’m afraid not. Only the manager can help you but he has gone to lunch. He left only a minute ago.
W: Oh, dear. I think it was the manager who served me.
M: Just a moment. When did you bring the watch in?
W: This time last week, during my lunch hour.
M: And was your watch a small gold one?
W: Yes, that’s right. How did you know?
M: Because your receipt is still here. You dropped it when you left. The manager shouted but you didn’t hear.
W: Dr. Richardson, when did you begin to have the idea of helping AIDS patients?
M: Frankly speaking, I didn’t have any sort of idea of what I’m now doing at all when I left high school at age 16. Then I found a simple job in a small medical lab. Back then I never dreamed that, one day, I would help discover a medicine that would save thousands of lives.
W: Then what caused your change?
M: I loved lab work, so I went back to school at night and worked at the lab during the day. After 12 years, I received my doctor’s degree. Then I went to work at medical company, where I began to research on a medicine to treat AIDS patients. For me, a drug saves more than a life. It can save a family.
W: I couldn’t agree with you more there.
M: Phew! I had to run all the way to make it.
W: You are a little late. May I see your boarding pass?
M: Let’s see. Where did I put it? Oh, here it is. I hope I got the non-smoking section. I was in such a hurry.
W: Yes, you did. It’s seat 32C.
M: Miss, this is my first flight. I wonder if you could show me the ropes?
W: Don’t be nervous. Everyone has to make their first flight sometime. I’d be glad to. That’s what we are here for.
M: Thanks, I don’t even know how to find my seat.
W: They are all numbered. Just go straight back and another waitress will show you where to sit and how to fasten your safety belt.
M: And then?
W: Then listen to the broadcast for further instructions.
M: Thank you.
M: Mrs. Sharon, I have err I say…, I have to…
W: What’s the matter, Mr. Richard?
M: Err, err, I say, I’d like to take two days off. My mother’s ill. I’d better stay with her.
W: I’m sorry to hear that. You mean you will be back here this Wednesday?
M: Yes, I hope I can be back earlier.
W: That’s all right. By the way, don’t worry about your lessons. I’ll certainly help you with them.