例：How much is the shirt?
A. ￡19.15 B. ￡9.18 C. ￡9.15
1.What te is it now?
A. 9:10 B. 9:50 C. 10:00
2.What does the wo tk of the weather?
A. It's nice B. It's warm C. It's cold
3.What will the do?
A. Attd a meetg B. Give a lecture C. Leave his office
4.What is the wo's opion about the course?
A. Too hard B. Worth tg C. Very easy
5. What does the wo t the to do ?
A. Speak louder B. Apologize to her. C. Turn off the radio.
6. How long did Michael stay a?
A. Five days. B. One week. C.Two weeks.
7. Where did Michael go last year?
A. Russia. B. Norway. C. dia.
8.Whet food does Sally like?
. B.Fish. C.Eggs.
9.What are the speakers gog to do?
A.Cook ner. B.Go shoppg. C.Order dishes.
10.Where are the speakers?
a hospital. the office. C.At home.
11. is the report due ?
A.Thursday. B.Friday. ext Monday.
12.What does George suggest Stepie do with the report?
d it later.
C.Leave it with .
13.What is the probable relationship bet the speakers?
A.Salesperson d customer.
B.Homeowner d er.
C.Husd d wife.
14.What d of apartt do the speakers prefer?
A.One with two bedrooms.
B.One without furniture.
C.One near a market.
15.How much rt should one pay for the one-bedroom apartt?
A.＄350 B. ＄400 C. ＄415
16.Where is the apartt the speakers would like to see?
A.On Lake Street B.On Market C.On South Street.
17.What pertage of the world's tea exports go to Brit?
ost 15% B.About 30% C.Over 40%
18.Why do tea taster taste tea with milk?
ost British people drk tea that way.
B.Tea tastes much better with milk.
C.Tea with milk is healthy.
19.Who suggests a price for each tea?
20.What is the speaker tg about?
A.The life of tea tasters.
B.Afternoon tea Brit.
C.The London Tea Trade tre.
My color television has giv me notg but a headache. I was able to buy it a little over a year ago because I had my relatives give me money for my birthday stead of a lot of clothes that wou't fit. I let
a salesclerk fool me to buyg a discontued model, I realized this a day late, I saw newspaper advertists for the set at sevty-five dollars less t I had paid,The set worked so beautifully I first got it home that I would keep it on until stations sed off for the night, Fortunately, I 't got y nels shog ight movies or I would never have gott to bed.
T I started developg a pro with the set that volved static (静电) noise. For some reason, cert shows switched to a coercial, a loud noise would sound for a few seconds. Gradually, this noise to appear durg a show, d to get rid of it, I had to ge to other nel d t ge it back. Sometes this tique would not work, d I had to pick up the set d shake it to rove the sound. I actually to build up my arm muscles(肌肉) sg my set.
neither of these methods roved the static noise ,I would sit helplessly d wait for the noise to go away. At last I ded up hittg the set with my fist, d it stopped worg altogether y trip to the repair shop cost me $62, d the set is worg well now,but I keep expectg more trouble.
21. Why did the author say he was fooled to buyg the TV set?
A. He got older model t he had expected.
B. He cou't return it it was bro.
C. He could have bought it at a lower price.
D. He failed to d y movie shows on it.
22.Which of the follog best replace the phrase"sed off" Paragraph 1?
ded all their progrs
B.provided fewer nels
ged to coercials
D.showed ight movies
23. How did the author ally get his TV set worg ?
A. By sg d hittg it.
B. By turng it on d off.
C. By switg nels.
D. By havg it repaired.
24. How does the thor sound tg the story ?
Your house may have effect on your figure . Experts say the way you des your home could play a
role whether you pack on the pounds or keep t off . You make your viront work for you stead of st you . Here are some ways to turn your home to part of diet p.
Op the curts d turn up the lights . Dark vironts are more likely to courage overeatg , for people are oft less self-conscious（难为情） they're poorly lit placesd so more likely to eat lots of food . If your home doesn't have ough dow light , get more ps d flood the place with brightness.
d the colors . Research suggests warm colors fuel our appetites . one study , people who ate meals a blue room consumed 33 pert less t those a yellow or red room . Warm colors like yellow make tood appear more appetizg , while cold colors make us feel less hungry . So it's te to rept , go blue.
Don't forget the clock-or the radio. People who eat slowly td to consume about 70 fewer calories（卡路里） per meal t those who rush through their meals. keepg track of the te, d try to make ner last at least 30 utes, d while you're at it, actually sit down to eat. If you need some help slog down , turn on relaxg music. It makes you less likely to rush through a meal.
Downsize the dishs, Big servg bowls d plates easily make us fat. We eat about 22 pert more usg a ch plate stead of a ch plate. we choose a large spoon over a smaller one ,total take（摄入） jumps by 14 pert. d we'll pour about 30 pert more liquid to a short, wide glass t a tall, sny glass.
25.The text is especially helpful for those who care about_______.
A. their home comforts
B. their body shape
C. house buyg
D. healthy diets
26.A home viront blue help people_________.
A.digest food better
B.reduce food take
C.burn more calories
D.r their appetites
27.What are people advised to do at mealtes?
B.Play fast music.
C.Use smaller spoons.
D.Turn down the lights.
28.What be a suitable title for the test?
A.Is Your Hourse g You Fat?
B.Ways of Servg ner
C.Effects of Self-Consciousness
D.Is Your Home viront Relaxg?
More stuts t ever cefore are tg a gap-year (间隔年)before gog to university.It used to be called the "year off" bet school d university.The gap-year poon orated(起源) with the months left over to Oxbridge appts bet trce exs Novber d the start of the next ic year.
This year, 25,310 stuts who have accepted places higher education stitutions have put off their try until next year, accorg to statistics on university trce provided by University d College issions Serbice(UCAS).
That is a record 14.7% crease the number of stuts tg a gap year. Tony s from UCAS said that the statistics are good news for everyone higher education. "Stuts who take a well-pned year out are more likely to be stisfied with, d complete, their chos course. Stuts who take a gap year are oft more mature d responsible," he said.
But not everyone is happy. O es, the prest of the National Union of Stuts(NUS), argued that the crease is evce of stut had ship - young people are g forced to earng money before isg their education. "New stuts are now aware that they are likely to leave university up to ￡15,000 debt. It is not surprisg that more d More stuts are tg a gap year to earn money to support their study for the degrUS statistics show that over 40% of stuts are forced to work durg term te d the figure creases to 90% durg vacation periods,"he said.
29. What do we learn about the gap year from the text?
A. It is flexible gth.
B. It is a te for relaxation.
C. It is creasgly popular.
D. It is required by universities.
30. Accorg to Tony s, stuts tg a gap year______.
A.are better prepared for college studies
ow a lot more about their future jobs
C.are more likely to leave university debt
D.have a better ce to ter top universities
31. How does O es feel about the gap-year poon?
A. He's puzzled.
B. He's worried.
C. He's surprised.
D. He's noyed.
32. What would most stuts do on their vacation accorg to NUS statistics?
A.Attd additional courses.
B. Make ps for the new term.
C.Earn money for their education.
D.Prepaer for their graduate studies.
Choose Your One-Day Tours
Tour A-Bath & Stonge clug trce fees to the t Ro bathrooms d Stonge-￡37 until 26 March d ￡39 thereafter.
Visit the city with over 2,000 years of history d Bath Abbey,the Royal Crest d the Costute Mts.Stonge is one of the world's most ous prehistoric monuts datg back over 5,000 years.
Tour B-Oxford & Stratford clug trce fees to the University St Mary's Church Tower d ne Hathaway's house一￡32 until 12 March d ￡36 thereafter.
Oxford: cludes a guided of d's oldest university city d colleges. Look over the "city of drg spires(尖顶)"form St Mary's Church Tower. Stratford: cludes a guided tour explorg much of the Shakespeare wonder.
Tour C-dsor Castle & pton Court clug trce fees to pton Court Palace--￡34 until March d ￡37 thereafter.
cludes a guided tour of dsor d pton Court, ry Mill's favourite palace. Free te to visit dsor Castle（trace fees not cluded）. With 500 years of history, pton Court was once the home of four gs d one Qu. Now this former royal palace is op to the public as a major tourist attraction. Visit the palace d its various historic gars, which clude the ous maze(迷宫)where it is easy to get lost!
Tour bridge clug trce fees to the Tower of St Mary the Great-￡33 .until 18 March d
cludes a guided tour of bridge, the ous university town, d the gars of the 18th tury.
33.Which tour will you choose if you t to see d's oldest university city?
34.Which of the follog tours charges the lowest fee on 17 March?
A.dsor Castle & pton Court.
B.Oxford & Stratford
35.Why is pton Court a major tourist attraction?
A.It used to be the home of royal ilies.
B.It used to be a own maze
C.It is the oldest palace Brit
D.It is a worous castle.
Trg for a marathon requires careful preparation d steady, gradual creases the gth of the runs. 36 ,buy the best-fitg,best-built runng shoes you d. No one say which brd will work best for you or feel best on your feet, so you have to rely on your experce d on the feel of each pair as you shop. you have found shoes that s right, walk t for a few days to double-check the fit.. 37 . As always, you should stretch(伸展) at least t utes before each run to prevt juries.
Durg the first week, do not tk about distce, but run five utes longer each day. 38 , it is wise to take a day off to rest.But durg the next week,set a goal of at least a mile d a half per run. 39 .After two weeks, start tg yourself. 40 .Depg on the d of race you p to ter,you set up a tetable for the rg weeks before the race.
A. After six days
B. For a good marathon runner
C. Before you your trg
D.With each day, crease the distce by a half mile
E. If they still feel good,you runng t
F. Te spt for preparation raises the quality of trg
G. Now you are ready to figure out a goal of provg distce d te
Where do you go you t to learn sometg? A frd? A tutor? These are all___41___places
of learng. But it may well be that the learng you realy__42___t somewhere else stead. I had the__43__of sg this first d on a___44___.
Why daughter plays on a recreational soccer t. They did very well this season d so__45___a tournt, which normally was only for more skilled club ts. This led to some__46___experces on Saturday as they played st ts__47___tred. Through the first two es, her__48___did not get on serious shot on goal. As appart, I__49___sg my daughter playg her best, __50___ still defeated.
IT sed that sometg clicked with the__51__bet Saturday d Sunday. they __52__for their Sunday e, they were__53__differt. They had begun tegrate (融合)the ds of play d twork they had__54__the day before to their__55__.They played aggressively d__56__ scored a goal.
It __57__ me that playg st the other t was a great__58__ mot for all the girls on the t. I tk it is a eral prciple. __59__ is the best teacher. The lessons they may not be__60__what they would have gott school, but are certly more personal d gful, because they had to work t out on their own.
41.A.public B.traditional C.official D.special
42.A.passes B.works C.lies ds
43.A.dr B.idea C.habit ce
44.A.trip B.holiday C.d D.square
45.A.won tered C.orized D.watched
46.A.pful B. strge C. coon D. practical
47.A.less B. poorly C. newly D.better
s B.tutors C.class D.t
49. ed B. hated C. avoided issed
50.A.if B. or C. but D. as
51. A. girls B. parts C. coaches D.viewers
52. A. dressed B. showed up C. made up D. pned
53. A. slightly B. hardly C. basically D. completely
54.A. s B. own C. heard D. read
55.A.styles B.trg e D.rules
56. A. ev B. still C. seldom D.
57. A. confused B. struck C. rded D. warned
58. A. toug B. tg C. courg D. learng
59. A. Experce B. depce C. Curiosity D. terest
60.A.harmful to ixed with C. differt from D. applied to
The adobe dgs(土坯房） 61 (build) by the Pueblo s of the er Southwest are ired
by ev 62 most modern of architects d eers. addition to their sple beauty, what makes
the adobe dgs irable is their 63 (able) to "air condition"a house wathout 64 （use）exectic equipt.Walls made of adobe take the heat from the sun on hot days d give out that heat_65___（slow）durg cool nights，thus warng the house. a new day breaks, the walls have giv up their heat d are now cold ough __66 _ (cool) the house durg the hot day； __67__ the se te, they warm up for the night This cycle _68 __ (go) day after day: The walls warm up durg the day d cool off durg the night d thus always a tely offset（抵消）for the outside tperatures. As __69__(nature) architects, the Pueblo s figured out exactly__70__thick the adobe walls needed to be to make the cycle work on most days.
One day,little Tony t to a shoppg ter with his part.It was very crowded.Tony saw a toy on a shop dow.He liked it so very much that he quickly walked to the shop.After looks at the toy for some te,he turned around d found where his parts were missg.Tony was scared d begun to cry.A wo saw cryg d tg to wait outside a shop.Five utes later.Tony saw partsom said,"How nice to see you !Dad d I were terrible worried."Tony promised her that this would never happ .
假如你是李华，计划和同学去敬老院（nursg home）陪老人们过重阳节（the Double Nth Festival）。请给外教露西写封邮件，邀她一同前往，内容包括：
66. to cool
I'd like to vite you to jo us for a visit to the nearby nursg home next Saturday for the Double Nth Festival. It is the day for the elderly our culture. We'll go d make dumpgs d cakes with the elderly people there. We'll also spd some fun te together sg, g d playg es, which we hope will make t happy. We should be back around 4 o'clock the afternoon. If you are able to come with us, please let us ow d we'll wait for you at the gate at 9 the morng.
Loog forward to your reply.