1．What do we know about the man?
A．He is very busy.
B．He prefers lunch at desk.
C．He doesn’t want lunch.
2．What do we know about Mary's uncle?
A．He is still in danger．
B．He has left the hospital.
C．He has not recovered．
3．Where are the man and the woman?
A．At the library．
B．At the travel agency.
C．At the bookstore.
4．Which of the following sentences about Tom is true?
A．He is working in Canada now.
B．He has come back from Canada.
C．He went to Canada a few months ago.
5．When will the woman’s bus leave?
A．8:00 B．8:15 C．8:30
6．Why is the woman so worried?
A．She can’t put on her jeans.
B．She has become overweight.
C．She is not allowed to eat any meat.
7．What does the woman think of the diet suggested by the man?
A．She doesn’t like it.
B．She is happy about it．
C．She finds it just so-so.
8．What’s the boy’s full name?
A．James Green Allan.
C．James Allen Green.
9．What can we call the boy for short?
10．Where do you guess the girl come from?
11．What is the woman planning to do this evening?
A．To see some Americans off.
B．To visit Bob.
C．To have dinner with some American friends.
12．What’ s wrong with the man?
A．He’ s taken a couple of aspirins.
B．He’ s forgotten the date.
C．He’ s got a headache.
13．Whom is the man going to write to?
A．His American friends.
14．What does Frank want to meet Professor White for?
A．To ask him questions about the experiment.
B．To invite him to an exhibition.
C．To make an appointment with him .
15．What will Professor White do next week?
A．Meet with somebody.
B．Have a holiday.
C．Go to the Captain Hall.
16．When will he probably meet Professor White?
A．At four this afternoon
B．At three this afternoon
C．At two this afternoon
17．What will Frank have to give up?
A．Meeting Professor Hunter.
B．Visiting the exhibition.
C．Meeting Professor White .
18．How many people became homeless as a result of the storm?
A．Over two hundred． B．Over fourteen． C．About fifteen.
19．Where were Mr. Smith’ s children when the storm started?
A．In the rooms． B．In the kitchen． C．In the yard.
20．Why did Mr. Smith go back inside their house?
A．To get his missing child.
B．To get some food.
C．To get his possession.
21．Since 1980 Beijing has taken ____ a now look everywhere.
A．up B．on C．over D．off
22．China is a most large country, _____ an area of 9.600,000 square km.
A．covering B．has C．covered by D．covers
23．—Where is she sitting?
—She is sitting ____ Alice.
A．near to B．next C．next by D．nearby
24．—It’s____ warm today, let’s go swimming.
—No, I don’t ___ to go．It’s ____ cold today, I think.
A．rather; hope; fairly B．fairly; want; rather
C．rather; think; fairly D．fairly; like; fairly
25．The manger entered the office and was happy to learn that four- fifths of the tickers ____．
A．was booked B．had been booked
C．were booked D．have been booked
26．I can hardly hear the radio．Would you please____?
A．turn it on B．turn it down C．turn it up D．turn it off
27．—What is he?
—He is ____.
A．a writer and a director B．a writer and director
C．writer and director D．the writer and the director
28．—Hi, is that Peter Brown?
—Sorry．You the wrong number.
A．must dial B．must have dialed
C．should dial D．should have dialed
29．The film ____ in London in the 18th century．
A．was happened B．was acted C．was caught D．was set
30．In the classroom , there are about thirty students ____．
A．in all B．after all C．at all D．above all
31．— Why didn’t Mr. Lee come to work these days ?
— His mother is ill, so he has to ____ for some time．
A．leave B．go out
C．stay away D．remain away
32． Mr. Johnson was ill, so that day Miss Ann Sullivan _____．
A．took her place B．go out
C．took place D．took the place
33．He used to ____ his teaching years ago, but now he is used to ____ a boss.
A．devote to; be B．be devoted to; being
C．devote himself to; be D．devote; being
34．I had a pleasant talk with those visitors, ____ students.
A．two of them were B．two of whom are
C．two of which were D．two of them
35．It is our duty to ____ our motherland against enemies．
Two runners stand side by side at the starting line of a race．Both look very strong and fast ．
36 one runner speeds ahead and wins the race．The other falls behind.
Some athletes can reach great 37 such as the achievement of an Olympic gold medal．Others never live up to their 38 .What kind of 39 before a race or another event makes the 40 ?
Everyone knows that athletes work out to strengthen their 41 ．But research shows that strengthening the mind may be just as 42 ．Careful study indicates (表明) that the best athletes win 43 because they think they can win.
Thinking positive thoughts seems to give possibility for 44 in sports．People who say to themselves over and over, “I know I can do this, ”often find they have the 45 to win．On the other hand, people often 46 ,who think, “I can’t win.”
One procedure that helps many athletes is creating 47 in the mind．They are told to think of each 48 they must make to win．Some use pictures that are more fanciful．One skater liked to 49 a star bursting inside her, 50 her with energy．Another athlete who wanted to feel 51 pictured himself as a 52 floating in the air.
Next time you want to do something well, try training your 53 to help you．Perhaps a teacher or another instructor can help you plan your training．If you imagine yourself doing better, you may soon see 54 in what you 55 can do．Positive thinking and picture created in your mind can help you win!
36．A．Therefore B．And C．But D．While
37．A．places B．prizes C．medals D．goals
38．A．place B．promise C．name D．prize
39．A．preparation B．picture C．plan D．working
40．A．same B．difference C．most D．best
41．A．mind B．thought C．bodies D．legs
42．A．important B．interesting C．possible D．correct
43．A．mostly B．almost C．partly D．nearly
44．A．success B．goals C．win D．failure
45．A．disadvantage B．advantage C．luck D．hope
46．A．fail B．succeed C．win D．pass
47．A．ideas B．pictures C．thoughts D．movements
48．A．move B．step C．jump D．place
49．A．think B．imagine C．hope D．wish
50．A．giving B．helping C．filling D．supporting
51．A．calm B．excited C．encouraged D．happy
52．A．fish B．bird C．cat D．horse
53．A．body B．mind C．thoughts D．imagination
54．A．improvement B．advantage C．chance D．winning
55．A．usually B．really C．possibly D．mostly
In 1933 an unknown American called Clarence Nash went to see the filmmaker Walt Disney．He had an unusual voice and he wanted to work in Disney’s cartoon（动画片） film for children．When Walt Disney heard Nash’s voice, he said “Stop! That’s our duck!”
The duck was the now-famous Donald Duck, who first appeared in 1934 in the film The Wise Little Hen．Donald lived in an old houseboat（水上住家） and wore his sailor jacket and hat．Later that year he became a star after an eight-minute Mickey Mouse film．The cinema audience liked him because he was lazy and greedy（贪婪的）, and because he lost his temper（发脾气） very quickly ．And they loved his voice when he became angry with Mickey’s eight nephews（侄子）．Soon Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse himself, probably because he wasn’t a goody-goody like Mickey．
In the 1930S,’ 40s and ‘50s Donald and hid friends Mickey , Goofy and Pluto made hundreds of Disney cartoons．He also made educational films about the place of the USA in the world, and safety in the home．Then in 1966 Donald Duck and his voice disappeared---there were no more new cartoons．
Clarence Nash died in February, 1985．But today’s children can still see the old cartoons on television and hear that famous voice．
56．Who made Donald Duck film?
A．Mickey Mouse B．Clarence Nash C．Walt Disney D．Pluto
57．When was the first Donald Duck film made?
A．In 1933 B．In 1934 C．In 1966 D．In 1930
58．Who was Clarence Nash?
A．A cartoonist B．Donald Duck’s voice C．A film-maker D．A film star
59．Where do today’s children see Donald Duck?
A．In new film B．At the cinema C．On television D．At concerts
The Americans believe that anybody can become President of the United States．In a recent Hollywood comedy, that is exactly what happens.
Dave Kovic, played by Kevin Kline, is a kind-hearted man who runs a business that finds people jobs．He leads a typical American way of life, except for one thing－he looks exactly like the President, Bill Mitchell．In fact, the only thing that makes him different from the nation’s leader is that he is very nice!
The president has started using look-alikes during some public appearances．Dave is offered a chance to “serve his country” by becoming one．However, things go wrong．The President becomes very ill and Dave ends up acting as the President forever.
Director Ivan Reitman, who made the popular and successful comedies like Twins, Ghostbusters and Legal Eagles, could have gone for easy laughs by making fun of the American government．Instead, Dave is an attractive comedy about an ordinary man in extraordinary situations．Kevin Kline gives a double performance as Dave and the President, and Sigourney Weaver is at her best as his First Lady．The love story that develops between her role and Dave is a real classic.
The film is 100% American．However, if you’ve ever felt that anybody could do a better job running the country than the people in power, then you’ll enjoy Dave!
60．What is the purpose of the text?
A．To tell the reader about the American government.
B．To discuss the Americans’ ideas about the President.
C．To make a comparison between Dave and other films.
D．To introduce a new film to the reader.
61．Who plays the role of the President in the film?
A．Sigourney Weaver. B．Kevin Kline.
C．Bill Mitchell D．Ivan Reitman.
62．The underlined word “one” in the 3rd paragraph refers to __________.
A．the President B．the director C．an actor D．a look-alike
63．Which of the following is best supported by the text?
A．The author makes fun of the President.
B．The author thinks highly of the film.
C．The author is a fan of Hollywood comedies.
D．The author wishes to become the American President.
Overhead bridges are found in many parts of Beijing, especially in places where traffic is very heavy and crossing the road is dangerous．
The purpose of these bridges is to enable pedestrians （行人） to cross roads safely．Overhead bridges are used to very much the same way as zebra crossings．They are more efficient （效率高的） although less convenient because people have to climb up a long flight of steps．This is inconvenient especially to older people．When pedestrians use an overhead bridge, they do not hold up traffic．However, when they cross a busy road using a zebra crossing, traffic is held up．This is why the government has built many overhead bridges to help pedestrians and to keep traffic moving at the same time．
The government of Beijing has spent a large amount of money on building these bridges．For their own safety, pedestrians should be encouraged to use them instead of risking （冒…危险） their lives by dashing across the road．Old people , however , may find it a little difficult climbing up and down the steps, but it is still much safer than walking across the road with all the danger of moving traffic．
Overhead bridges serve a very useful purpose．Pedestrians, both old and young, should make it a habit to use them．This will prevent unnecessary accidents and loss of life．
64．What is the advantage of overhead bridges mentioned in this passage?
A．Taller trucks can pass under them．
B．Pedestrians can climb up and have a view of the city．
C．They are safer for pedestrians and can keep traffic moving at the same time．
D．They are easier and more convenient for the pedestrians．
65．Why were overhead bridges built in Beijing?
A．Because they prevent traffic from being held up．
B．Because they provide an easy way for the drivers to cross the road．
C．Because they save money for the government．
D．Because they save time for the pedestrians．
66．Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
A．Overhead bridges are found in every part of Beijing．
B．Overhead bridges are only found in the centre of Beijing．
C．Overhead bridges are found in many parts of big cities in China．
D．Overhead bridges are found in places where traffic is heavy．
67．The underlined words a zebra crossing probably mean ________．
A．a safe place across a road for pedestrians to walk across the road
B．a wild animal from Africa that looks like a horse with broad dark brown and white stripes
on its body
C．a safe place across a road for zebras to walk across the road
D．a safe place across a road for children to play a game
One day, President Lincoln went to a party, At the gathering, a man called Douglas was repeatedly talking about Lincoln’s low position in life and saying that he first met Lincoln when he was a shop assistant at a village shop．Finally he said, “And Mr.Lincoln was a very good waiter too．”
People burst into laughter, but they quieted down when Mr. Lincoln said quietly．
“Gentlemen, what Mr. Douglas has said is true．I did keep a grocery （食品杂货店）, and I did sell cotton, candles and cigars（雪茄烟）, and sometimes whisky（威士忌酒）．But I remember that in those days Mr. Douglas was one of my best customers．I often stood on one side of the counter and sold whisky to Mr. Douglas on the other side, but the difference between us now is： I have left my side of the counter, but Mr. Douglas still sticks to his as firmly as ever．”
68．Where was Douglas talking about Lincoln’s low position in life?
A．At a meeting B．In a college C．At home D．In a restaurant
69．Why was Douglas repeatedly talking about Lincoln’s low position in life?
A．Because he was friendly to Lincoln．
B．Because Lincoln was an example to show that an American of low position in life can become President of the U．S．
C．Because he wanted others to look down upon Lincoln．
D．Because he wanted to tell other people about Lincoln’s honesty as a shop assistant．
70．How did Lincoln win the oral competition（口头的比赛）?
A．He won it by telling of his low position in life in his early days．
B．He won it by telling of his high position in life in his early days．
C．He won it by saying Douglas was telling lies．
D．He won it by comparing his present position with Douglas．
71．What do you suppose the sentence “Mr. Douglas still sticks to his as firmly as ever means?”
A．Douglas was still talking about Lincoln’s low position in life．
B．Douglas was still standing on the other side of the counter．
C．Douglas remained a drunkard （酒鬼）and had not changed a bit．
D．Douglas kept on going to gatherings and talking a lot．
Man is a land animal, but he is also closely tied to the sea．Throughout history the sea has served the needs of man．The sea has provided man with food and a convenient （便利的） way to travel to many parts of the world．Today, nearly two—thirds of the world’s population live within 80 kilometers of the sea coast．
In the modern technological world, the sea offers many resources to help mankind survive （=continue to live）．Resources on land are beginning to be used up．The sea, however, still can be hoped to supply many of man’s needs．
The list of riches of the sea yet to be developed by man’s technology is impressive．Oil and gas explorations （探险） have been carried out for nearly 30 years．Valuable amounts of minerals exist on the ocean floor ready to be mined （开采）．
Fish farming promises to be a good way to produce large quantities of food．The culture of fish and shellfish （贝类动物） is an ancient skill practised in the past mainly by Oriental people．
Besides oil and gas, the sea may offer new sources of energy．Experts believe that the warm temperature of the ocean can be used in a way similar to the steam in a steamship．Ocean currents （水流） and waves offer possible use as a source of energy．
Technology is enabling man to explore （勘探） ever more deeply under the sea．The development of strong, new materials has made this possible．
The technology to harvest the sea continues to improve．Experts believe that by the year 2000 the problems that prevent us from exploiting fully the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea will be largely solved．
72．The major things that the sea offers man are ______．
A．fish and oil
B．minerals and oil
C．warm temperature and ocean currents
D．the food, energy sources, and minerals
73．The sea serves the needs of man because ______．
A．in provides man with food B．it offers oil to man
C．it supplies man with minerals D．all of the above
74．We can conclude from this passage that ______．
A．the sea resources have largely been used up
B．the sea, in the broad sense, has not yet been developed
C．the problems that prevent us from using the food, minerals, and energy sources of the
sea have already been solved．
D．by the year 2000 , the technology will be good enough to exploit all the sea resources
75．The underlined words Oriental people in the fourth paragraph probably mean ______．
A．the people in Asia B．African people
C．European people D．American people
Last summer I learnt to ride a bicycle．At first, I was 76．______
unable to control its direction．Sometimes I fall to 77．______
the right or to the left．I worried to ask my father 78．______
impatiently how I could ride straight, so he didn't 79．______
answer me directly．Instead, he took me to side of the 80．______
street．“Can you find any bike track is really straight?” 81．______
asked my father．I watched more carefully and shook my 82．______
head．“No,” he said, “in fact, neither of the tracks is 83．______
always straight．But just by correct the direction 84．______
every now and then, you had already gone forward” 85．______
Dear Li Ming,
Glad to hear from you last Friday．From your letter , I’ve learned a lot about Beijing．Great changes have taken place in Beijing during the past few years．It must be more beautiful than it used to be．I’m expecting to visit Beijing sometime in the near future．
Now , I’m eager to know something about your school life , especially about what you usually do after class．I will be much delighted if you can satisfy my request．
I’m looking forward to your letter．
With best wishes．
Yours ever ,
I was very glad to
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I was very glad to receive your letter on May 5th. At your request, I’ll tell something about my school life.
In senior 3 at school, I have six subjects: Chinese, maths, English, physics, chemistry and P.E. Now , I’m busy preparing for college entrance exams. School hours usually begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m. After class, we have sports, such as ball games and so on, or do some reading in the school library. Then I go home. This is my school life.
It’s spring now in Beijing. It’s really very beautiful. Welcome to Beijing, Mike.
I’ll appreciate it if you can tell me something about your school life in your next letter. I’m looking forward to it.
With best regards.
W: Are you going to join us for lunch, or are you going to eat at your desk again?
M: I’m afraid I have to stay at my desk. I am up to my neck in work.
M ： Is Mary's uncle still in the hospital?
W ： I think so.
M: Don’t you think the price is too high?
W: No, it is more than one thousand pages, as thick as a dictionary.
W: Is that you, Tom? We haven’t seen each other for ages. What have you been doing all
M: Oh, it’s you, Lucy. I haven’t seen you in a million years. I actually worked abroad for
a few months and I’ve just returned from Canada. How are things with you?
M: Everything is fine, except that we have been missing you.
M: What time does the bus leave?
W: Not until 8:30, but I want to get to the bus station by 8:15 in order to get a good seat.
M: What’s the matter, Anna? You look worried.
W: I am worried. I’m getting terribly fat. I can’t put on my jeans. I have to lose weight.
M: Well, maybe you need to go on a diet.
W: I know, but what kind of diet?
M: You ought to eat lots of salad and fruit.
W: But I don’t like fruit. I prefer meat.
M: Well, you can eat meat, but you shouldn’t eat too much. And you’d better not eat bread or potatoes either.
W: Oh, Robert, that’s too hard for me.
W: Good morning, may I have your name, please?
M: Yes, my first name is James, my middle name is Allan and my last name is Green.
W: Um, Green is your family name, isn’t it?
M: Yes, that’s right.
W: Shall I call you James or Jim?
M: It doesn’t matter. It’s not important.
W: But I know I should never call you Mr. James, right?
M: Yes, right. And I also know I should never put your given name before your family name, am I right?
W: Yes, sometimes we also have middle names as yours.
M: Can you choose your own name?
W: Never. My mother gave it to me before I was born. How about you?
M: The same as you. I don’t like it, but I can’t change it.
W: Pity for you!
M: No, pity for us!
W: Bob? It’s me, Barbara. Am I ringing at a bad time?
M: No, no. That’s all right. Is it something important?
W: No, not really. Some American friends are here for a few days and they want to go for a meal this evening. I think maybe you’d like to come.
M: I’m afraid I can’t. I’ve got a bad headache.
W: Oh, have you? I am sorry. Why don’t you take a couple of aspirins and lie down for a bit? You’ll be all right in half an hour.
M: Yes, I know, it’s not just the headache. I’m afraid I really ought to do my washing this evening and I’ve got to write home to my parents, too.
W: All right. Some other time then. Well, have a nice evening, Bob.
M: Wait a minute, Barbara. I’ll ring you early tomorrow morning.
W: It’s OK. See you then.
W：Hello! This is Mrs. White.
M：Hello! This is Frank Hudson, Professor White’s student. I’d like to visit Professor White. I have a few questions about the experiment to ask him.
W：OK. When would you like to come?
M：Well, I’m free next week.
W：I’m afraid he won’t be at home next week. We’ll be on holiday then.
M：Well, I see. This afternoon I’ll visit an exhibition in the Captain Hall, which is near your home . Can I drop in after that?
W：Yes, he’s at home this afternoon. And he’s free before three o’clock.
M：Oh, dear. I won’t reach your home before three. Can I see him between three and four.
W：I’m afraid not. He has another appointment with Professor Hunter. You won’t see him unless you come before three. What’s more, he won’t allow others to change his plan .
M：Well, all right , I’ll give up the exhibition and go to visit him at two this afternoon .
W：Fine, then. Bye!
Last Friday a storm tore through two villages in South Africa destroying fourteen homes. Seven others were so badly damaged that their owners had to leave them, and fifteen others had broken windows or torn roofs. One person was killed, several were badly injured and taken to hospital, and a number of other people received small injuries. Altogether over two hundred people were homeless as a result of the storm.
A farmer, Mr. Smith, said that the storm began early in the morning and lasted for over an hour.
“I was in the kitchen with my wife and children,” he said,“when we heard a loud noise. A few minutes later our house fell down on top of us. We managed to climb out but then I saw that one of my children was missing. I went back inside and found him, safe but frightened.”
Soldiers helped to bring people out of the flooded area and the government provided food, clothes and houses.