( ) 1. —So what could you do if you find your robot ______ trouble? —I could only return it to the factory.
A. was too much trouble B. is much too trouble C. too much trouble D. much too trouble
( ) 2. ___ you do, don’t miss the robot show, for I is hard for us to get the tickets.
A. Whatever B. However C. Whenever D. Wherever
( ) 3. —What should these books _______? —Let’s ask our teacher how _______ them.
A. be dealt with; do with B. do with; be dealt withC. deal with; be done with D. be done with; deal with
( ) 4. —What a pity it is that you have lost such a great chance to join in the training!
—I regret ____ our teacher about it last week.
A. not to ask B. having not asked C. not having asked D. not ask
( ) 5. You’d better visit your teacher, Mr. Jiang ____________ in Shanghai, for you haven’t seen other for years.
A. during you stay B. while to stay C. during your stay D. while your stay
( ) 6. Your suggestions _______ his needs so much that he was _________ with you.
A. satisfying; satisfying B. satisfied; satisfied C. satisfied; satisfy D. satisfy; satisfied
( ) 7. —Do you know anything about our project? —We are not sure. You must ____ your plan how you are getting on with it. A. excuse B. explain C. explain to D. explore
( ) 8. —Mum, what are you doing at the moment? You are busy!
—Yeah. I am cooking _______ for your father’s birthday. I hope ________ it.
A. especially; he will like B. especially; he will like C. specially; him to like D. specially; he likes
( ) 9. —___ the percentage of the young men who can speak English ___ in your company? —About 60 percent.
A. What is; going to rise to B. How much is; going to rise
C. What are; going to raise to D. How much is; going to raise
( ) 10. There are about _______ students in our school, and about ____ of them are children of migrant workers.
A. three hundreds; three-fourth B. three hundred; three-fourths
C. three hundred; three forths D. three hundred of; three-fourths
( ) 11. Which of the following sentences contains (包含) an object clause?
A. Many people believe robots will do most of our work.
B. Scientist should be able to develop new plants that could grow on Mars.
C. Mr. Jiang found his flat look as good as new.
D. The robot is so much trouble that he doesn’t want to own one.
( ) 12. —Do you know ______________________ in China?
—I am not sure of it, but I know it has _____________ in the world.
A. What is the population; the second biggest B. how many people there are; the biggest
C. how much population there is; the second largest D. what the population is; the largest
21. None of them have pity on the poor. What shame it is!
A. /, a B. a, a C. a, / D. a, /
22. — do you walk your dog a week? —Less than three times a week.
A. How often B. How many times C. How long D. How soon
23. —Would you like to go to the library with me, Alice? —I’d like to, ______you don’t want to go alone.
A. but B. before C. if D. after
24. — I’m sorry I’m late, because the traffic is bad. — _______, but tomorrow, please be on time.
A. It’s a pleasure B. You’re welcome C. It doesn’t matter D. That’s right
25. Daniel had one month last summer and he took a course DIY.
A. off; in B. for; about C. away; on D. off; for
26. — How do you like the TV play? — _________
A. It’s wonderful. B. Yes, I like it. C. No, I don’t like it at all. D. What about you?
27. Tom has ______ subjects than the other two boys. So he has _______free time of the three.
A. less, the most B. fewer, the fewest C. fewer, the most D. less, the fewest
28. — I’d like to buy Guo Jingming’s Tiny Times.
— You had better his books. The stories he tells are far from real life.
A. don’t read B. not to read C. not reading D. not read
29. — What is your best friend like? — .
A. He likes football B. He is humorous and honest C. He is 15 years old D. He looks different
30. To me, English is easier than_________subject to learn.
A. any B. any other C. the other D. other
31. Teenagers like to photos of famous stars in their bedrooms.
A. put up B. put away C. put in D. put out
32. Allen didn’t work hard at his lessons. ______, he failed in his exams.
A. By the way B. As a result C. For example D. Because of
33. Don’t ___________ before the bus stops. A. get it off B. get out of it C. get off it D. get into it
34. — Shall I get you a cup of tea? — . I’ll do it myself.
A. Yes, please B. Good idea C. No, thanks D. Never mind
35. The pictures about the city are not so amazing as about the countryside.
A. one B. those C. these D. ones
36. The students the Palace Museum next week.
A. hope them to visit B. look forward to visit C. hope they visit D. hope to visit
37. What action should they ___________such a thing happen again?
A. do stopping B. take to stop C. take stopping D. do to stop
38. — ________ will the meeting start? — _______ everyone arrives.
A. How long; Until B. How long; Not until C. How soon; Until D. How soon; Not until
39. — Would you like some juice or bread? — . I’m really thirsty and hungry after such a long walk.
A. None B. Either C. Nothing D. Both
40. — The bird watching wasn’t very interesting, was it? —___. I saw few birds from the beginning to the end.
A. I agree B. Yes, it was. C. Interesting enough D. No, it wasn’t.
“You know, Ann,” my friend Nick said, “Lisa and Anita were just talking about you.” I immediately got 41 . “They said that you join the Students’ Union just because the teacher likes you, not because you are excellent.”
I 42 to keep myself from crying, getting down to my knees. After Nick told me everything my supposed best friends said about me, I felt I was 43 .
Lisa and Anita came in, acting as if 44 had happened. Lisa was still my desk mate and Anita was still my partner for our history project. I was 45 that they were able to pretend(假装) we had the perfect friendship, 46 they’d said such hurtful things.
I felt like I didn’t have a friend in the world, all 47 rumor(谣言).
The tongue(舌头) can be our worst 48 . They are like sharp knives, breaking one’s dignity(尊严) into pieces. When we say 49 things about others, we’re hurting their hearts. Rumors are 50 to friendship.
So how was I to act next? I thought of 51 them back. But instead, I told them directly they had hurt me. Lisa started 52 and Anita was speechless. I knew they were both sorry for what they had said. They said sorry to me, and I forgave them 53 I was still unhappy. Sure, things were a little embarrassing (尴尬的) at first, but soon enough everything was back to the way it had been before.
I still 54 rumors from time to time. Talking about others is a part of our life, but the more I learn about the friendship, the more I realize the importance of tolerating(宽容) 55 .
41. A relaxed B nervous C scared D energetic
42. A struggled B stopped C continued D preferred
43. A different B wrong C sick D alone
44. A everything B something C anything D nothing
45. A surprised B satisfied C frightened D worried
46. A simply B especially C obviously D probably
47. A dream of B think of C because of D instead of
48. A criminal B victim C suspect D enemy
49. A unpopular B unlucky C unkind D unusual
50. A harmful B helpful C useful D meaningful
51. A attacking B keeping C bringing D pulling
52. A shouting B arguing C fighting D crying
53. A because B although C after D unless
54. A play with B agree with C deal with D help with
55. A another B the other C others D the others
Graduates all face a reality of hunting for a job, the performance of employees(员工) influence their life directly. However, some critics(挑剔的人) argue that creating a close relationship with coworkers and superior(上级) plays the most important part. But the defenders(保守的人) assume(认定) that the knowledge they learned at universities decide most. In my opinion, studying hard in school is the major factor(因素) for a satisfied career.
To tell the truth, a good relationship with leaders is good for a promotion (提升). When they are close to the leader, they could get an information directly and quickly, and get better chances to be promoted. For instance, a roommate of mine, working in the student’s union, developed a close friendship with the chief. So when he left the union, he promoted her as the chief directly. The ability of her and her fellow workmates is almost of the same standard. With the advantage of successful relationship, she wins at last.
The importance of studying hard at school is better than that of good relationship. Real skills make sure of a steady(稳定的) performance in a company. That is, only skillful employees can survive in a company. An uncle of mine, for example, fight for his future in a company. He is really a cold man, and always serious but hard-working at school. It is the knowledge which promise him a bright future. Bosses only desire for talented workers whom will create profits(利益) for them. When it comes to cutting members, the smart people with relationship will surely be cut firstly, however men with real skills would be the last to be cut.
More significantly(意味深长的), hard-working is a special feature even in a company. Hard-working is the deposit(积蓄、积累) of years, it’s a special attitude through out one’s life. People who study hard at school are more likely to study hard in their career. When we were in a university, hard-working promised a great academic performance(学业成绩). When we are in a company, hard-working made us adapt(适应) better and faster to a new condition. In our life, hard-working get us to continue learning all the time. There is no wonder that graduates working hard at school have better performance in their career.
From what have been discussed above, we may safely draw a conclusion (得出结论) that working hard in school is more important. Workers studying hard at school have better ability to solve problems. On the contrary(相反), for people depend on getting along well with others, their career seems to be unsteady.
( ) 33. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the writer’s view?
A. Nowadays, it is becoming more and more difficult for the graduates to get a satisfied job after leaving university.
B. As long as you work hard at school, it will be easy for you to get a satisfied job after leaving university.
C. Whether to find a satisfied job has much to do with a graduate’s future life.
D. The knowledge a graduate learn at university can make sure of a satisfied job after leaving university.
( ) 34. In fact, a good relationship with leaders is of great help to ________.
A. getting a good job B. one’s career C. better performance D. promotion
( ) 35. In the writer’s opinion, which of the following factors is the most important in hunting for a job after leaving university?
A. Working hard at universities. B. A good relationship with leaders.
C.Adapt to the new job better and faster. D. A special attitude in through out one’s life.
( ) 36. People studying hard at universities maybe ______________. People who study hard at school are more likely to study hard in their career. A.study hard in their career B.make sure of great academic performance
C.create more profits for their companies D. all the above
( ) 37. What kind of graduates can solve the problems in one’s work better?
A.A graduate with good relationship with others. B. A graduate with a great academic performance.
C. A graduate with a good promotion. D. A graduate with a great job.
People visit other countries for many purposes. Some travel on businesses; others travel to visit interesting places that are only found in other countries.
Wherever you go, and for whatever purpose, it’s important to be safe. A tourist can attract a lot of attention from local people. While most people you meet when travelling are sure to be nice, there are dangers—theft being the most common. So prepare for your trip in advance.
As you prepare for your trip, make sure you have the right paperwork. You don’t want to get to your destination （目的地）only to find you have the wrong visa, or worse, that your passport is about to expire (到期). Also, make sure you travel with proper medical insurance, so that if you are sick or injured during your travels, you can be treated. If you want to drive while you are abroad, make sure you have an international driver’s license.
If you need to take medicine with you—such as travel-sickness pills—keep it in its original container（容器）. If you don’t, you may find yourself doing a lot of explaining to customs officials at your destination.
Buy a guidebook and read about the local customs of the country you are going to. Also, try and learn a few basic words and phrases—don’t assume that the local people will speak your language.
When you get to your destination, you’d better use official transport. Always go to the bus and taxi stands, don’t accept rides from strangers who offer you a lift. If there is no meter in the taxi, agree on a price before you get in. If you prefer to stay in cheap hotels while travelling, make sure you can lock the door of your room from the inside. If you are travelling with valuables such as jewelry, or a lot of money, you should ask about a safe for storing them in. Finally, remember to smile. It’s the friendliest and most sincere form of communication, and is sure to be understood in any part of the world!
Have a Safe Trip
Aspects(方面) of being safe 86 on safety.
Paperwork visa You must have the 87 visa.
medical insurance You are able to get 88 if you’re ill during the journey.
driving license You should have the 89 driver’s license if you’d like to drive in foreign countries.
Medicine Make sure it is 90 in its original containers.
Guidebook If you buy one, you’ll know the local customs by 91 it.
92 You can try to learn some simple words and phrases the local people use.
Transport Use public transport. Don’t 93 into strangers’ cars.
Hotel Lock the door from the 94 .
Form of communication Don’t forget to 95 when communicating with others.
五、词汇43. My new hometown is _________ (round) by green hills and covered with green trees.
44. They were in ________ (agree) with hiring another two people to be the doorkeepers.
45. We all know that there are lots of __________ (advantage) of using the air-conditioners at home, but it’s really too hot to work here.
46. I think _________ (dry) food is not tastier but easier to carry when you go hiking.
47. You’d better have some _________ (sleep) pills if you can’t sleep well at night.
48.—Hello! May I speak to Mr. White, please? —Please _________(稍后) and I’ll put you through.
49.If you feel _______ (没有把握) about this problem, you’d better ask him for help. He’s good at it.
50.However, two young babies were found ________(活着). Life is super-nature!
51.________ (污染) air does harm to our health. It’s necessary to keep air fresh and clean.
52. A robot can read a book in five minutes and tell you about it _____ (用) clear language.
六、用括号内所给动词的正确形式填空53. Your pen __________ (write) so smoothly. Where did you buy it?
54. —What a day! It’s snowing so heavily again. We can’t go out for hunting.
—Don’t worry! It __________ (not) last long.
55. I’m great sorry that the bad news spreads faster than we ________ (expect).
56. It wold take months to travel to Mars in spacecraft that ________ (be) too slow.
57. If you want to watch the DVD at home, you can use a player _________ (connect) to your computer.
58. Sometimes we will find it too much trouble ________ (use) a computer in class.
As space science develops, man has learned more and more about space. Space is not only a 59 but also dangerous. While working in space, spacemen are facing danger as well as s 60 .
Scientists have found out that the in radiation(辐射)is the greatest danger to spacemen. When spacemen are working in space, they are in d 61 of the radiation from the sun and other stars, which is bad for their health. The h 62 of the radiation won’t be found until their children even grandchildren are born. Some s 63 medicine may work a little, but no really effective medicine has been found so far.
Space r 64 is also thought to be a great danger to spacemen. It’s reported that there were 9,000 man-made things flying in space. About 30% of these are satellites, 10% are s 65 , and the rest are space rubbish. An explosion(爆炸)in space in 1999 made a cloud of 300,000 fragments (碎片), each at least 4mm in size. A small piece of these even knocked a spaceship window and c 66 some damage（损 坏）.
Scientists are watching and reporting any possible danger all the time. They are working to deal with space rubbish. A 67 space is really dangerous, it interests many people on the Earth. In the near future, it may become possible for people to spend a few days in a space hotel. We may even choose to leave the earth and live in space in a few years. So we should do something to help i 68 the space environment.
二、41-45 BADDA 46-50 BCDCA 51-55 ADBCC
四、86. Suggestions/Advice 87. right/proper/correct 88. treatment/treated
89. international 90. kept 91. reading 92. Language 93. get
94. inside 95. smile
五、43—47：surrounded; agreement; disadvantages; dried; sleeping
48—52：hold; unsure; alive; Polluted; in
六、53—58：writes; won’t last; expected; are; connected; to use
七、59—68：amazing; success; danger; harm; special; rubbish; spaceships; caused; Although; improvement