1、He knows little of English to say ____ of English culture.
2、Though he is very intelligent, he is ____ rather modest.
3、If you can provide the wine, I’ll ____ the food.
4、Fortunately, the demonstration ____ to be quite peaceful.
5、Selfish people often take ____ of other people’s kindness.
6、His name was on the ____ of my tongue, but I just couldn’t remember it.
7、We found our ____ round your factory most interesting.
8、This album is ____ as it was the only one ever signed by the President.
9、The premier and the visiting foreign minister had a talk in ____ friendly
10、There is a good ____ of the countryside from the front of the bus.
11、____ she finds out that you’ve lost her books?
12、In a low voice, she ____ that someone was moving about upstairs.
13、I’m afraid this Painting is not by Picasso. It’s only a copy and so it’
14、We are very busy . Every one is _____
15、The twins are ______ each other in character.
D、different for !#
16、Will you ____ tomorrow morning?
A、shout me up
B、call me up
C、call me on
D、telephone me up
17、You’d better come ______ to my house and see me.
18、I am afraid I have to _____ .
A、do my washing
B、do me washing
C、do some washing
19、Every day I _____ home at half past five.
20、The flood has done _____ to this area.
21、My uncle is _______ than that worker.
D、the oldest 答案：C
22、This picture is ______ than that one.
D、the most beautiful
23、She said she was much ______ than before.
24、I will tell him as soon as he ______ back.
25、He ______ by the teachers.
A、is always praised
C、have been praised
D、always is praised
26、It is _____ to travel on the moon.
27、The patient refused ______ any medicine.
C、how to have
D、to how have
28、He always depends _____ help from others.
D、to get !#
29、Not only I but also Tom and Mary _____ fond of watching TV.
30、Tom with a dog _____ standing on the street.
31、Dick is ______ Maths.
32、Mary is very _____ her mother.
33、I am sorry I must go, for I want to _____
A、catch a bus
B、take a bus
C、sit a bus
D、get a bus !#
34、In your family, who _____ the meal for every day?
B、cooks C 、take D、takes
35、On my birthday party, I enjoyed _____ very much.
36、Tom is ____ student in our class.
37、March 8 is ______ day.
38、The text is _____ than that one.
D、the easiest 答案：B
39、Which language do you like _____ , English or Russian?
40、He usually _____ TV on Sunday evening.
D、is watching 答案：B
41、A lot of differences _______ between the two languages.
A、can be found
42、Nobody knew _______ a living in that country.
C、how to do
D、how to make
43、The book is worth ______ twice.
B、to be read
44、Your new room needs ______ .
45、Fighting means ______ .
B、to be killed
46、Whether he comes or not ______ nothing to me.
47、What he said ____ untrue.
48、In our country everybody and every girl _____ a happy life.
D、are living 答案：B
49、The teacher as well as the students _____ this picture.
50、Today our country is getting _______ .
A、stronger and stronger
B、strong and strong
C、strongest and strongest
D、more strong and more strong 答案：A
51、Where______ born ?
C、had you been
D、have you been
52、Please be ______ !
53、Reading in bed isn’t _____ your eyes.
54、We are going to the hospital to see my uncle He is ill ____ .
A、in the hospital
B、at the hospital
C、living in the hospital
55、Liu Ying is not at home now, perhaps she ____ .
A、is going out
D、had been out
56、If you jump the queue, other people will not ____.
D、be pleasure 答案：B
57、Look! They are ____ .
A、are they come
B、are they come from
C、do they come from
D、do they come !#
59、The radio says the sun will _____ later.
60、When you _____ the road, you should look around.
61、What does your father do ? He _____ .
A、does an office work
B、does the office work
C、do the office work
D、does office work
62、Last week he didn’t go to school because of his illness, so he _____ .
D、taught his English
63、What a pity! Mary fell ____ her bike.
64、My brother is _____ worker in his factory.
A、the most excellent
65、After a long walk, I ______ .
66、My mother was ill in hospital . I ______.
D、felt being worried
67、Please read these dialogues and ______ another kind of football.
68、Young_____ he is, he knows what is the right thing to do.
69、I am sorry to _____ the book for such a long time.
70、His parents ______last week, and the child has no one to look after him.
71、Mother warned the boy ____ the guard dog any more.
C、to not touch
D、not to touch
72、Your hair wants _____ . You’d better have it done tomorrow.
B、 to cut
D、being cut !#
73、Most of the people ______ to the party were famous scientists.
74、Do you mind ______ here?
75、I don’t feel like ____ anything now . I am tired.
76、He is an honest official and never ______ any gifts from people who sought
77、The customer accused the cook _____ using canned potatoes.
78、Helen apologized _____ her not being able to attend the party.
79、I’d like to go to Hanzhou with you, only I can’t _____ two weeks off work.
80、All the reference books should be made ___ to the teachers and students
in our university.
81、When I took his temperature, it was two degrees above_____ .
82、The doctor soon made the worried patient feel _____ ease.
83、The football match was televised _____ from the Workers’ Stadium .
84、That new lorry is ____ than the old one.
85、I want to go the dentist, but you____ with me.
A、need not to go
B、need not go
C、do not need go
D、need go not
86、Some are reading newspapers, ____ others are playing chess.
87、John asked me ____ I managed to do it.
88、I’m not sure ______ he’ll be here in time.
89、Mr. Smith spent the weekend in the country _____ he didn’t have to go office
90、Look at these clouds. _____ .
B、It’s going to rain
C、It’ll be raining
D、It is to rain
91、Had I known her name, I ____ her to dinner.
D、would have invited
92、It’s time you ______ a holiday.
B、are going to have
93、You should have been more patient _____ that customer; I’m sure that selling
him the watch was possibility.
94、He fell and hurt himself while he _____ tennis
95、She was complaining that the doctor was _____ too much for the treatment
he was giving her.
96、You don’t have to be in such a hurry, I would rather you ____ on business
97、I’m very sorry to have _____ you with so many questions on such occasion.
98、The house is dark; the Browns ____ to bed
C、should have gone
D、must have gone
99、He went to town yesterday and had his bike ____ there.
100、The Yellow River is the ____ river in China.
Many TV programs seem to be quite realistic. One who watches TV often feel s that whatever happened in the film may as 31 happen to him. With only a littl e 32 , every man in the street may__33__ to be a thief, or a spy or a murderer. Jame had been watching a spy 34 at a friend’s home. In it a young girl had be en 35 and murdered. She felt a little 36 . She took a train back to the center of the city. There were a lot of people 37 with her. She felt much safer.
A man sat 38 her, reading a newspaper. She thought nothing of it until she saw him staring at her. 39 the film and feeling uncomfortable, she 40 the train and went to the bus stop. When he got on the 41 bus as she did. She found he w as 42 her.
When she got off the bus, she was getting more and more frightened as the s treet almost became empty. She 43 as quickly as she could. She could hear foots teps behind her, but she didn’t dare to look over her 44 , it seemed to have b een hours before she 45 the front door. She felt for her keys , but was unable to find them. The footsteps stopped behind her. She felt a hand on her shoulder. Instead of feeling hands round her, however, she heard a pleasant voice.
“I apologize if I frightened you. I thought I had seen you in the train, but I wa s not sure.”
31 A.well B.soon C.if D.though
32 A.thinking B.imagination C.consideration D.experience
33 A.seem B.appear C.turn http://m.wendangku.net/doc/cc4feda40b4c2e3f572763e7.htmle
34 A.film B.play http://m.wendangku.net/doc/cc4feda40b4c2e3f572763e7.html D.show
35 A.watched B.followed C.lied D.hurt
36 A.frightened B.interested C.excited D.surprised
37 A.talking B.sitting C.standing D.traveling
38 A.by B.opposite C.before D.behind
39 A.Seeing B.Thinking C.Remembering D.Wondering
40 A.got off B.got down C.got on D.got into
41 A.very B.same C.different D.crowded
42 A.aiming at B.staring at C.looking into D.following
43 A.ran B.rode C.drove D.walked
44 A.head B.arms C.shoulder D.back
45 A.closed B.opened C.entered D.reached
Making friends is a skill. You must first go where there are people. You w on’t make friends staying home___31____ .
Joining a club or group, talking to those who like the same things ___32___ you do is much easier. Or join someone ____33___ some activity.
Many people are ____34___when talking to new people. ___35____ all, meeting str angers means seeing the unknown. And it’s human nature to feel a bit ____36___ about the unknown. Most of fears about dealing _____37___ new people come from doubts about ___38_____. We imagine other people are judging us --- finding us too tall or too short, too this or too that. But don’t forget that they must b e feeling the same way. Try to accept yourself __39_____ you are, and try to pu t the other at ease. You’ll both feel more comfortable.
Try to act self-confident (自信)even ___40___ you don not feel that way when yo u ____41____ a room full of strangers. Walk straight. Look ____42____ at other people and smile.
If you see someone you’d like to ____43___,say something. Do not wait for ____ 44____ person to start a conversation (交谈)。
Just meeting someone new does not mean that you’ll make friends with that pers on. __45_____is based on mutual(相互的) likings and “ give and take”. They ta ke time and effort to develop. And there are things that keep a new friendship from happening.
31 A.lonely B.yourself C.alone D.with you
32 A.as B.that C.which D.what
33 A.with B.in C.on D.to
34 A.nervous B.excited C.pressed D.worried
35 A.At B.For C.In D.After
6.36 A.unhappy B.unusual C.uncomfortable D.unlucky
37 A.with B.to C.for D.on
38 A.yourself B.himself C.yourselves D.ourselves
39 A.like B.as C.what D.that
40 A.when B.if C.as D.what
41 http://m.wendangku.net/doc/cc4feda40b4c2e3f572763e7.htmle B.go C.enter D.step to
42 A.upwards B.directly C.bravely D.happily
43 A.talk to B.talk about C.say D.call up
44 A.other B.the other C.another D.others
45 A.Relation B.Friendship C.Connection D.Feeling
The film that Emma and Nelly 31 the other day was about a spy who would tr y to steal the secret plans of a new aeroplane engine. 32 happened on a small s hip which carried only six passengers.
The spy had to get the plans out of the country, so he hid them in a suitc ase (手提箱) which belonged to another 33 on the ship. This passenger was a bea utiful young woman who was going to visit her parents in Africa. The hero of th e film was a handsome young man who 34__find the plans.
The ship 35 England one morning in January. It was snowing. After two days the weather became a little warmer and 36 a thick fog. Early on the morning of the third day a large passenger ship ran into the small ship. There was a loud noise. People shouted and many of _37_ ran to the lifeboats. 38 were the plans? The hero didn’t know. He looked 39 quickly. The young 40 was going to get her suitcase. He wanted to help her so he ran 41 her. The spy ran after the hero.
Twenty minutes 42 they were all in a lifeboat _43 the captain, a sailor an d other passengers. Four of them had small brown suitcases. The suitcases __44 at the bottom of the boat.
The 45 of the film was about their adventures during the next two days. Of course the hero finally got the plans and the heroine got the hero.
31. A. watch B. watched C. saw D. seen
32. A. All B. Which C. What D. When
33. A. man B. guest C. traveler D. passenger
34. A. would B. should C. had to D. had
35. A. got to B. left C. arrived D. reached
36. A. have B. had C. there was D. got
37. A. them B. whom C. men D. they
38. A. what B. where C. how D. which
39. A. for B. at C. on D. round
40. A. man B. boy C. woman D. child
41 A. f or B. about C. round D. towards
42 A. after B. late C. later D. latter
43 A. with B. together C. having D. and
44 A. were laying B. were lying C. had laid D. had been laying
45 A. another B. other C. rest D. others
What an exciting day it was for Jennifer and Valerie! They had been friends since Grade Three and had – 31 –many of their high school experiences. Now they were driving together to their final high school event. Today was - 32 – day at Laman High School. – 33 – they were close friends, they were different in many ways. Jennifer was a fairly – 34 – student while Valerie did just enough to get by and was mainly – 35 – in a good social life.
“Isn’t it – 36 – that we’re all finished?” said Valerie. “I’m really looking forward to having a good time this summer.”
“- 37 – be nice,” Jennifer replied. “I’m afraid I’m going to have to work most of the summer to help pay for my college expenses.”
Jennifer’s parents had only a small –38 –and she had made up her mind to have an occupation in which she could afford all the things her - 39 – could not.
Valerie, - 40 - , came from a fairly well—to-do family. She had little desire to work hard for – 41 – she had always taken for granted.
“I really don’t want to go to college for a while,” she – 42 - . “My uncle runs a restaurant in the Bahamas and he has – 43 –me to spend a year there as a waitress. That should give me plenty of -- 44 – for the beach.”
“It seems – 45 –‘ll really be going different ways now,” thought Jennifer.
31. A. learned B. obtained C. remembered D. shared
32. A. exam B. sports C. graduation D. working
33. A. If B. Because C. Although D. When
34. A. diligent B. polite C. active D. favorite
35. A. specialized B. relieved C. envied D. interested
36. A. certain B. great C. unfortunate D. annoying
37. A. Can B. Shall C. Must D. Need
38. A. income B. problem C. family D. difference
39. A. teachers B. parents C. friends D. relatives
40. A. in fact B. in a way C. as a result D. on the other hand
41. A. what B. whom C. that D. these
42. A. admitted B. complained C. proposed D. screamed
43. A. helped B. assured C. invited D. promised
44. A. peace B. work C. energy D. time
45. A. I B. we C. she D. they
As a child, I was truly afraid of the dark and of getting lost; these fears were very real and caused me some uncomfortable moments.
Maybe it was the strange – 31 –things looked and sounded in my familiar room at night that - 32 – me so much. There was never total – 33 - , but a streetlight or passing car lights – 34 – clothes hung over a chair take on the – 35 - of a wild animal. Out of the corner of my - 36- ,I saw the curtains seem to move when there was no – 37 - .A tiny sound in the floor would seem a hundred times louder than in the daylight. My – 38 – would run wild. And my heart would beat fast. I would - 39 – very still so that the “enemy” would not discover me.
Another of my childhood fears was that I would get lost, - 40 –on the way home from school. Every morning I got on the school bus right near my home _ that was no – 41 - . After school, - 42 - , when all the buses were – 43 – up along the street, I was afraid that I’d get on the wrong one and be taken to some – 44 – neighborhood. On school or family trips to a park or a museum, I wouldn’t – 45 – the leaders out of my sight.
31. A. way B. time C. place D. reason
32. A. wounded B. destroyed C. surprised D. frightened
33. A. quietness B. darkness C. emptiness D. loneliness
34. A. got B. forced C. made D. caused
35. A. spirit B. height C. body D. shape
36. A. eye B. window C. mouth D. door
37. A. breath B. wind C. air D. sound
38. A. belief feeling C. imagination D. doubt
39. A. lay B. hide C. rest D. lie
40. A. especially B. simply C. probably D. directly
41. A. discussion B. problem C. joke D. matter
42. A. though B. yet C. although D. still
43. A. called B. backed C. lined D. packed
44. A. old B. crowded C. poor D. unfamiliar
45. A. leave B. let C. order D. send
“We don’t have rush hours any more,” said Charles M. Mclean, who run s the nation’s busiest road. “We have rush periods, and they keep getting lon ger and longer.” Mclean was describing Chicago’s 235 miles of expressway, but the same might be said about almost any of the expressways that have become an important part of American city life—and about the heavy traffic that often bl ocks（阻塞） them.
In Chicago, a computerized system has been developed that controls traf fic on the city’s seven expressways. Now one man—a controller—can follow the movement of Chicago’s traffic by looking at a set of lights.
The system uses electronic sensors（传感器）that are built into each ex pressway, half a mile apart several times a second, the computer receives infor mation from each sensor and translates it into green, yellow, or red lights on a map in the control room. A green light mean traffic is moving forty-five mile s an hour, yellow means thirty to forty-five miles an hour, and red means heavy traffic—cars standing still or moving less than thirty miles an hour.
“See that red light near Austin Avenue?” The controller asked a visit or, “That’s a repair tr uck fixing the road, and the traffic has to go around it.”
At the Roosevelt Road entrance to the expressway, the light kept changi ng from green to red and back to greed again. “A lot of trucks get on the expr essway there,” the controller explained. “They can’t speed up as fast as car s.”
The sensors show immediately where an accident or a stopped car is bloc king traffic, and a truck is sent by radio to clear the road. The system has lo wered the number of accidents by 18 percent. There are now 1.4 deaths on Chicag o’s expressways for each one hundred million miles traveled, while in other pa rts of the country there are 2.6 deaths.
Traffic experts say that the Chicago system is the “coming thing”. Sy stem like Chicago’s are already in use on some expressways in Los Angeles and Houston. “Chicago has taken the lead,” says New York city’s traffic director, and he adds, “We are far behind…”
1.What would be the best title for this text?
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B.Rush Periods Getting Longer
C.The Nation’s Busiest Road
D.Sensors on Expressways
2.How does the controller follow Chicago’s traffic?
A.By learning how to use a computer
B.By waiting for the red light to turn to green
C.By watching the sensors built into the expressways
D.By looking at a set of lights on the map in the control room
3.What color shows that the traffic moves the fastest?
4.Which of the following is not true?
A.The Chicago system is the "coming thing".
B.The Chicago system lowered the accident number to 18 percent.
C.Chicago has taken the lead in the computerized system.
D.The Chicago system lowered the accident number by 18 percent.
5.The system in Chicago ___.
A.is really effective
B.is actually of very little use
C.will be sent to Los Angeles
D.is looked upon by New York’s traffic director
One of the most detailed descriptions of a UFO was given by a nine-year-old Gaynor Sunderland in July 1976. Gaynor lived in Oakenholt, a village in North Wales. On her way home from school, she saw a silver object shaped liked a sauc er(茶碟) in a field not far from her home.
The strange craft(航空器)was about 30 feet long and 9 feet high. It had yel low windows along the side and on the top there was a light flashing in a kind of box.
Although Gaynor was very frightened, she did not run away. Instead, she lay quietly in the long grass and watched the door of the strange craft open. She saw two people wearing silver suits come out of the craft. They were carrying s ome kind of equipment(设备)which they used to examine the ground. They were sho rt and had large pink eyes, Gaynor reported.
After about half an hour, the two people went back into the craft. At once there was a loud noise and the UFO took off.
Although Gaynor told her mother what she had seen, her family decided to ke ep quiet about it. They did not want people to laugh at their daughter. However, 18 months later, Gaynor told her story to UFO experts. They hypnotized(使进入睡眠状态) Gaynor so they could be sure she was telling the truth.
Not only did she repeat her story, she was able to draw a picture of what s he had seen!
1.Which of these descriptions of Gaynor is true?
A.She’s nine, lives in a village and has never seen a UFO before.
B.She was nine, and lives in Sunderland in England in 1976.
C.She was nineteen in July 1986, and lived in North Wales as a child.
D.She was at school north of Wales and her family name was Oakenholt.
2.On her way home, Gaynor saw _____.
A.A silver saucer
B.A silver coin
C.A saucer-like silver object
D.A silver ball
3.What did Gaynor do as soon as she saw the UFO?
A.She told her mother.
B.She ran away.
C.She went home from school.
D.She hid in the long grass and watched it.
4.Which of the following is true?
A.Her family believed what Gaynor told them
B.People laughed at Gaynor when she told them the story.
C.Nobody believed what Gaynor said.
D.The UFO experts believed Gaynor’s story.
5.Who did she see come out of the UFO?
B.Two short, pink-eyed people.
D.Silver people with equipment.
Mrs. Jones gave music lessons at a school. She had a good voice and enjoyed singing, except that some of her notes, sound like a gate that had been forgotten to oil. Mrs. Jones knew her weakness well, and took every chance she could find to practice these high notes. As she lived in a small house, where she could practice without disturbing the rest of the family, she usually went for a long walk along the country roads whenever she had time and practice her high notes