一、单选题（共 30 道试题，共 30 分。）V 1. The surgeon_______ his excellent skill in carrying out the operation.|
2. Carine is not in the ______ for going to the ball tonight.
3. Such people shouldn’t be_______ into the party.
4. Under good treatment, Linda is going to beginning to __ __and will soon recover.
B. pick out
C. turn up
D. show up
5. If you spend enough money advertising, your product sales will surely_________.
6. You can’t imagine that a gentleman ____ be so rude to a lady.
7. When we finally arrived, a lady gave us a ____ introduction of the university.
8. We should write________, even when there’s not much to say.
A. now and then
B. by and by
C. step by step
D. more or less
9. —Why haven’t you bought any butter? —I_____ to but I forgot about it.
10. It is widely accepted that young babies learn to do things because certain acts lead to________.
11. Everyone should fight for the_______ of their own country.
12. The policeman saved the little girl from the gangs. He’s never afraid of them. I think he is a man of _________.
13. There was no choice but_____ indoors, as it was raining hard outside.
A. stay up
C. staying up
D. to stay
14. We volunteered to collect money to help the ______ of the tsunami.
15. She broke it by accident. _____ the whole, she didn’t do it _____ purpose.
A. At, on
B. In, on
C. On, on
16. Eye_______ is very important when delivering a speech in public.
17. _________ most students, she was always well prepared and never came to class late.
18. The church has______ quite a few changes over the years.
19. At the______ of the century, Shanghai is developing at a rapid speed.
20. Shanghai is so full of____, it seems as if things never stop.
21. The computer was one of the greatest______ in the 20th century.
22. We all knew from the very _____ that the plan would fail.
23. ____ I know, there isn’t such a word in English.
A. As much as
B. So far as
C. As long as
D. As soon as
24. By 1909, Picasso had______ himself as a painter of great talent in Paris.
25. My knowledge of Hong Kong came only from some movies: a____ of criminals are pursued by the police in the narrow streets and then they have a fight.
26. —Excuse me, may I ask you some questions?
---Sorry, I’m too busy and haven’t even a minute to________.
27. The tragedy of the innocent young Brazilian boy killed by the British police has put the British police in a difficult________.
28. Such noble deeds of the doctors and nurses can't be only____ with money.
29. He wrote this article to_____ his point.
30. If you don’t take away all your things from the desk, there won’t be enough_____ for my stationery.
二、完型填空（共 2 道试题，共 40 分。）V 1. Charlie came from a poor village. His parents had __41__ money to send him to school when he was young. The boy was very sad. Mr. King lived next to him. He found the boy __42__ and had pity on him and lent some money to him. So the boy could go to school. He studied hard and __43__ all his lessons. When he finished middle school, the man introduced him to his friend in the town. And he began to work.
Once Mr. King was seriously hurt in an accident. Dying, he asked Charlie to take care of his daughter, Sharon. The young man __44__ and several years later he married the girl. He loved her very much and tried his best to make her happy. He often bought beautiful clothes and delicious food for her. He was good at cooking and he cooked __45__ for her. So she became very fat and she felt it difficult to walk. And one day she found there was something wrong with her heart. Her husband wasn’t at home and she had to go to __46__ at once. The doctors looked her over and told her __47__ eat meat, sugar, chocolate and things like these. She was afraid __48__ the doctor’s words and wrote all the names of the food on the paper. When she got home, she put the list on the table and __49__. When she returned home that afternoon, she found many kinds of food: meat, sugar and chocolate in the kitchen. Charlie was busy __50__ there. As soon as he saw her, he said happily, “I’ve bought all the food you like, dear!”
A. did well in
B. was poor at
C. was working
D. was good for
A. was angry
B. thought hard
D. said “No.”
A. a little
B. a few
D. a lot
D. not to
A. to remember
B. to forget
C. to catch
D. to teach
B. went out
2. Tourism is the temporary movement of people to destinations outside their normal places of work and residence, the activities ___31____ during their stay in those destinations, and the facilities created to ___32___ their needs.
Tourism is a luxury. Until recently, participation ___33____ restricted to the select few ___34___could afford both the time and money to travel. ___35___, increased leisure and higher incomes have combined to enable more people to join in. Improvements in transportation, and the growth of inclusive tours and other forms of relatively cheap vacation travel, have further ____36____ the opportunity to travel for pleasure. Today the majority of people in the developed world and increasing numbers in the developing countries are tourists ___37___ some time in their lives. Tourism is no longer the special right of a few but is an accepted and ___38____ expected part of the life-styles of a large and growing number of people.
Tourism is __39____major economic and social significance. More than 270 million tourists spend $92 billion（US）annually in places outside their own countries. This is one of the largest items in the world's foreign trade. With a world growth in visitor arrival rate of ____40___ 6 per cent per year, tourism is also one of the fastest growing economic activities. It is the most important export industry and earner of foreign exchange in many countries.
B. to undertake
C. will be
三、阅读理解（共 3 道试题，共 30 分。）V 1. Maybe ten year-old Elizabeth put it best when she said to her father, “But, Dad, you can’t be healthy if you’re dead.”
Dad, in a hurry to get home before dark so he could go for a run, had forgotten to wear his safety belt—a mistake 75% of the US population make every day. The big question is why.
There have been many myths about safety belts ever since their first appearance in cars some forty years ago. The following are three of the most common.
Myth Number One: It’s best to be “thrown clear” of a serious accident.
Truth: Sorry, but any accident serious enough to “throw you clear” is also going to be serious enough to give you a very bad landing. And chances are you’ll have traveled through a windshield (挡风玻璃) or door to do it. Studies show that chances of dying after a car accident are twenty-five times greater in cases where people are “throw clear”. Myth Number Two: Safety-belts “trap” people in ears that are burning or sinking in water.
Truth: Sorry again, but studies show that people knocked unconscious (昏迷) due to not wearing safety belts have a greater chance of dying in these accidents. People wearing safety belts are usually protected to the point of having a clear head to free themselves from such dangerous situations, not to be trapped in them.
Myth Number Three: Safety belts aren’t needed at speeds of less than 30 miles per hour (mph).
Truth: When two cars traveling at 30 mph hit each other, an unbelted driver would meet the windshield with a force equal to diving headfirst into the ground from a height of 10 meters.
1). Why did Elizabeth say to her father, “But, Dad, you can’t be healthy if you’re dead”?
A. He was driving at great speed.
B. He was running across the street.
C. He didn’t have his safety belt on.
D. He didn’t take his medicine on time.
2). The reason Father was in a hurry to get home was that he ______.
A. wasn’t feeling very well
B. hated to drive in the dark
C. wanted to take some exercise
D. didn’t want to be caught by the police
3). According to the text, to be “thrown clear” of a serious accident is very danger-ous because you ______.
A. may be knocked down by other cars
B. may get seriously hurt being thrown out of the car
C. may find it impossible to get away from the seat
D. may get caught in the car door
4). Some people prefer to drive without wearing a safety belt because they believe ______.
A. the belt prevents them from escaping in an accident
B. they will be unable to think clearly in an accident
C. they will be caught when help comes
D. cars catch fire easily
5). What is the advice given in the text?
A. Never drive faster than 30 miles an hour.
B. Try your best to save yourself in a car accident.
C. Never forget to wear the safety belt while driving.
D. Drive slowly while you’re not wearing a safety belt.
2. Some doctors use magic, some use needles and others use pills. Who are they?
Among the Indians of North America the ‘medicine man’ was a very important per son. He could cure illnesses, and he could speak to the spirits—the supernatural forces that controlled the world.
The Indians believed that bad spirits made people ill. So, when people were ill, the medicine man tried to help them by using magic—he spoke to the good spirits and asked for their help. Many people were cured because they thought that the spirits were helping them. But really these people cured themselves. Sometimes your own mind is the best doctor for you.
The medicine men were often successful for another reason, too. They knew about plants that really can cure illnesses. A lot of modern medicines are made from plants that were used by medicine men hundreds of years ago.
For more than five thousand years Chinese doctors have used needles to fight illnesses. This method is called acupuncture (针灸). The doctor studies the sick person care fully. Then he puts needles into that person’s body at the right places for his illness. Chinese doctors believe that they can control the body’s natural forces in this way. At first, doctors in the West thought that this was just another kind of magic. Recently, however, they have found out that it is possible to cure many illnesses like this because the needles help the body to produce its own ‘medicines’. In this way the body cures itself.
1). The Indians of North America enjoy _____.
A. a modern medical treatment
B. an old medical treatment
C. an advanced medical treatment
D. a secret medical treatment
2). If one is iii, it is important for hint to _____.
A. believe in god
B. worry about his illness
C. use magic
D. have a light heart
3). According to this passage modern medicines _____.
A. have nothing to do with the old traditional medicines
B. have nothing to do with the supernatural forces
C. have nothing to do with plants
D. have nothing to do with the Indians
4). Using needles to fight illnesses _____.
A. used to be popular over the world
B. is used as another kind of magic
C. is easy to learn by anyone
D. was first used by the Chinese
5). Acupuncture, in fact, ______.
A. is the only way to cure many dangerous illnesses
B. can be used to cure all kinds of illnesses
C. is effective to cure many illnesses
D. is popular among the western people
3. Even if you are a good high-jumper, you can jump only about seven feet off the ground. You cannot jump any higher because the earth pulls you hard. The pull of the earth is called gravity.
You can easily find out the pull of the earth. If you weigh yourself, you will know how much gravity is pulling you.
Since there is gravity, water runs down hill. When you throw a ball into the air, it falls back down. Because of gravity, you do not fall off the earth as it whirls (旋转) around.
Then, can we get away from the earth and go far out into space? Now you can do it, because spaceships have been invented. Then spaceship will go so fast that it can escape (逃出) the earth’s gravity and carry you into space.
1). In this passage, the word “gravity” means
A. the pull of everything
B. the force of attraction (吸引) among objects
C. the force which attracts objects towards the centre of the earth
D. the force which attracts the earth towards the sun
2). When you slip(滑) you always fall to the ground because
A. the earth always turns round
B. the earth has gravity
C. the earth’s gravity is greater than your weight
D. you are careless
3). Gravity is strong that
A. it can throw a ball into the air
B. it makes you jump only seven feet
C. it can let you fly away from the earth
D. it can keep everything on earth
4). Because of gravity,
A. water flows everything
B. we can go everywhere by ship
C. water always flows downwards
D. fish can live in water
5). We can get away from the earth by spaceship because .
A. the spaceship goes very fast
B. the earth can’t pull the spaceship
C. the spaceship has a strong force
D. the spaceship can jump higher than other things
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