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《大学英语(一)》练习题

I. Use of English

Use of English   Part One

Directions: In this part there are 10 incomplete dialogues. For each dialogue there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the dialogue. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

   1. --- If you have any question, be sure to come and ask me.
--- _______________.
A. Thank you very much        B. I don’t mind coming at all.
C. I will come at all                D. I hope to come again. Goodbye
   2. --- Happy teachers’ Day! Here are some flowers for you with our best wishes.
--- What beautiful flowers! ______________.
A. All right                        B. Thank you
C. You’re welcome        D. Happy Teachers’ Day to you, too!
   3. --- What a fine day!
--- ________________.
A. Yes, isn’t it?                B. Really?
C. You’re right                D. No, isn’t it?
4. --- How is your mother?
--- ________________.
A. She is old                                                B. She is not in hospital
C. She takes medicine every day        D. She is much better  
        5. --- _______________.
--- No, John isn’t here.
--- Didn’t he come to school yesterday?
--- No, he’s been absent for three days.
A.        Where’s John?                       
B. Is everybody absent?
B.        Is there anything wrong with John?     
D. Is everybody here, Jack?
6. ---_______________.
   --- Yes, a bit cold though.
A.        Freezing, isn’t it?                     
B. Nice day, isn’t it?
B.        Bad weather, isn’t it?                  
D. Cold weather, isn’t it?
7. --- Congratulations!
--- __________________.
A. Glad to hear that                   B. How nice
C. Well said                         D. Thank you
    8. --- Hello, may I speak to Jim?
--- __________________. Would you please call back later?
             A. Who are you?                     
B. Sorry, he isn’t in
C.        That’s OK                        
D. I don’t think you can
   9. ---___________________.
--- How did you find out? I wanted it to be secret.
A.        Isn’t today your birthday?           
B.        I’m a secretary. How about you?
C. I’m Mary’s bother                  
D. Today is New Year’s Day
   10. --- _________________.
--- Sparking Red Star.
--- Really? That’s a wonderful film for children.
A. What’s today?                     
B. What’s on tonight?
C.        What’s this                        
D. Is there a film tonight?


Use of English   Part Two

11. --- Excuse me, may I ask you a question?
      --- ________________.
A. Yes, ask me please                        B. Yes, what is it?
C. Yes, just one                                D. Yes, what’s wrong?
12. --- What is the woman over there?
--- ________________.
A. She is a bus driver                        B. She works hard
C. She comes from China                D. She is here
13. --- Will you come to see the film with me?
      --- _________________.
A. No, I don’t                                        B. Sorry, I can’t
C. Yes, I am                                        D. Yes, I want
14. --- Please buy me a bottle of milk.
--- ________________.
A. I’d love to                                        B. I think I will
C. With pleasure                                D. Of course
15. --- Would you mind if I use your rubber?
--- Of course not. _________________.
A. Don’t do that              B. I’m sorry I can’t
C. It’s over there              D. I have a rubber
16. --- Merry Christmas and happy New Year to you.
--- _____________________.
A. I hope so                  B. Really
C. You’re merry and happy, too   D. The same to you
17. --- Can you answer this question?
--- _____________________.
A. Let me try                   B. I’d like to
C. How nice it is!                D. All right
18. --- What a fine day!
--- _____________________.
A. I don’t agree                  B. It’s too cold
C. Yes, it is                             D. No, I don’t think so
19. --- Would you please lend me your bike?
--- ____________________.
A. Not at all                    B. You’re welcome
C. No, I want                   D. Sorry, I am using it
20. --- I beg your pardon?
      --- _____________________.
A. That’s a problem              B. Don’t beg my pardon
C. No, you don’t                 D. Never mind

I I I. Reading

Reading Part One
Directions: There are three passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions. For each question there are four choices marked A, B, C and D, You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Passage 1

Large modern cities are too big to control. They impose their own living conditions on the people who live in them. Persons living in cities are obliged by their environment to take a wholly unnatural way of life. They lose touch with the land and rhythm of nature. It is possible to live such an air-conditioned existence that you are barely conscious of the seasons. A few flowers in a public park (if you have time to visit it) may remind you that it is spring or summer. A few leaves cling to the pavement may remind you that it is autumn. Beyond that, what is going on in nature seems totally irrelevant. All the simple, good things of life like sunshine and fresh air are difficult to obtain, and there fore are highly valued. Tall buildings hide the sun completely. Traffic fumes pollute the atmosphere. Even the distinction between day and night is lost.

1. What are highly valued in big cities?
A. Sunshine and fresh air              
B. living conditions
C. Pavement in autumn              
D. Air-conditioned houses
2. Which is not one of the reasons why city life is not more desirable?
    A. Tall buildings hide the sun completely.
    B. Modern cities are too big to control.
    C. Modern cities offer better schools and more chances of employment.
    D. People are barely conscious of the seasons.
3. It is not easy to see much difference between day and night because___________.
    A. persons living in cities are obliged to love in air-conditioned houses.
           B. people lose touch with the land.
           C. traffic fumes pollute the atmosphere.
           D. the sun was hidden from view by tall buildings.
4. If you want to know what season it is, _________.
   A. it is advisable for you to live in an air-conditioned house.
   B. you’d better visit a public park.
   C. you should see the leaves clinging to the pavement.
   D. you should walk on the pavement.
5. Which statement is not true according to the passage?
   A. Large modern cities are too big to control.
   B. Sunshine and fresh air are rare in large modern cities.
   C. Living in large modern cities gas so many disadvantages.
   D. All the simple, good things of life are imposed on the people who live in large
cities.

Passage 2

  Museums are places where collections of objects are preserved and displayed. The objects may be anything found in nature or made by man. There are museums devoted to art, science ,history, industry and technology. But museums are no longer just storehouse for collections. Today nearly all museums, large or small, carry on educational programs. Museums offer guided tours, lectures, films, music recitals, art lessons, and other attractions.
Museums work constantly to improve their collections and ways of displaying them. All museums are always on the watch for new additions to their collections. Works of art are bought from art dealers and private collections or at auction(拍卖)sales. Museums also accept gifts and bequests(遗物), but the large museums no longer accept everything that is offered to them. They accept only objects or collections that meet their high standards.
What is to be gained visiting museums? Museum exhibits can teach us about the world in which we live---the materials it is made of, the trees and plants that cover it, and the animals that have lived on it since its beginning. We can learn about the activities of man--- his history and development and his accomplishments in arts and crafts.

6. The first paragraph deals with________________.
A. what museums preserves        
B. what kind of objects museums display
C. where museums obtain their objects
D. how museums function
7. Which statement is not true?
   A. Museums are not only storehouses for collections
   B. Museums are places where you can learn something.
   C. Museums preserve and display only things found in nature.
   D. Museums carry on educational and research programs.
8.Where do objects at museums usually come from?
       A. From auction sales      
B. From art dealers and private collectors
C. From gifts and bequests  
D. All the above
9. The large museums accept______________.
A. everything offered to them     
B. all the gifts and bequests
  C. only objects that meet their high standards
  D. only things that small museums do not have
10. The last paragraph is about___________________.
  A. the knowledge one gets from visiting museums.
  B. the things one can see in museums
  C. the world and the people living in it
  D. museum collection from other lands

Passage 3

The world is not only hungry, it is also thirst for water. This may seem strange to you, since nearly 75 percent of the earth’s surface id covered with water. But about 97 percent of this huge amount is seawater, or salt water. Man can only drink and use the other 3 percent --- the fresh water that comes from rivers, lakes, underground and other sources. But, unfortunately, some of it has been polluted and is unfit for drinking.
However, as things stand today, this small of fresh water is still enough for us. But our need for water is increasing rapidly --- almost day by day. Only if we take steps to deal with this problem now can we avoid a severe worldwide water shortage later on. So we all have to learn how to stop wasting our precious water.

11. In the first line of the passage “the world “means ___.
A. people in general    B. all living things      
C. the earth           D. the universe
12. According to the passage man can only use ___.
A. nearly 75% of the earth’s water         
B. about 97% of the earth’s water
C. exactly 3% of the earth’s water         
D. bout 3% of the earth’s
13. All the fresh water ___.
A.        is good enough to be used.            
B. is polluted and can’t be drunk
C. can not be used by man, as some of it has been polluted   
D. comes form oceans, rivers, and lakes
14. Which of the following can not explain why we are not able to use all of the earth’s water?
A. Only a small percentage of it is fit for drinking.   
B. Some of it has bee polluted.
C. About 97 percent of it is seawater.            
D. Fresh water is still enough for us today
15. At present the supply of fresh water___.
A. is far from enough for us to use         
B. has been already a sever worldwide problem
C. s just sufficient for us to live on for the time being, but out need is increasing day by day
D. is still rich enough

Reading Part Two
Passage 1
One summer day a raindrop fell from a cloud. Many other raindrops fell at the same time. But our story is just about one raindrop.
      The raindrop fell to the ground on the side of a hill. The water in the raindrop ran down the hill into a little river. The little river carried the raindrop to a big river. Then the raindrop traveled far to the east into the sea. There the water of the raindrop mixed itself with the salt water of the sea.
Now the water of the raindrop was on the surface of the sea. As the sun made it very warm, it changed into steam. The steam left the sea and went up into the air and it did not carry any salt with it. It had left the salt in the sea.
The steam from the raindrop moved with the warm air towards the north. On the way the warm air met some cold air. The cold air pushed the warm air high above the ground. The warm air became cold when it went up, and the steam in it changed into very small drops of water again. There were millions and millions of these small drops in the cloud. The small drops came together into bigger and bigger drops. Our raindrop was one of them. Now the drop became so big that it was too heavy to stay in the cloud, and it fell to the ground. In this way the water of our raindrop started traveling to the sea again.
  16. This story is about________.
A. cloud        B. water      C. rain      D. a raindrop
  17. When the raindrop traveled into _____, the water in it became _____.
A. the river; salty      B. the sea; salty     
C. a big river; cool     D. the sea; cool
  18. The water of the raindrop went up into the air from the sea____ salt ____ it changed into steam.
A.        without; after       B. with ;before   
C. without ;before      D. with ;after
19. The steam changed ___into very small drops of water ___it met some cold air.
A. back; before        B. back ;after     
C. away; as           D. away; because
  20. The small waterdrops in the cloud fell down because___.
     A. there were millions and millions of them in the cloud.
     B. the sea wanted to take them back.
     C. they wanted to start traveling on the ground again.
     D. they became so heavy that the cloud couldn’t hold them up any longer.
Passage 2
    Mr. Smith was a wealthy industrialist, but he was not satisfied with life. He did not sleep well and his food did not agree with him. This situation lasted for some time. Finally after several sleepless nights, he decided to consul his doctor. The doctor advised a change of surroundings. “Go abroad.” He said. “But I’m not good at foreign language,” said Mr. Smith. “It doesn’t matter,” said the doctor. “It won’t hurt you to talk a little less. Go on a voyage. Take plenty of exercise. Try to reduce your weight. Avoid rich food.”
   Mr. Smith went to Switzerland. He did not know French or German, and had to communicate through gestures. He attended a physical training course. The instructor made him bend his knees, swing his arms, stretch his neck and shake his head rapidly. He had to lie on the ground and raise his right and left legs alternately. After a time his muscles grew hard and firm. He forgot the financial(经济的) crisis and the importance of raising the level of production. He even began to notice individual trees and individual birds.
Finally he returned home. But unfortunately his improvement was only temporary. Soon he was a normal businessman again, worried about his property, his profits, his savings, his advancement in a technological society, and things in general.
21. Mr. Smith went to see his doctor because he____.
           A. had little to eat                  B. was seriously ill   
C. was afraid of sleeping at night      D. didn’t feel well
22. The doctor advised Mr. Smith to do all the following except________________.
A.        talk less                        
B. change the surroundings
C. eat food of good quality     
D. take plenty of exercise
23. In the second paragraph, gestures means___.
           A. body movements                                    B. simple words   
C. pens and pencils                     D. handshakes
24. When he traveled abroad, Mr. Smith__.
A. learned boxing        
B. raised the level of production  
          C. forgot all about his business
D. shook his head all the time
25.In the last paragraph the word temporary means_
A. lasting for a short time  B. not deep   
C. unimportant           D. developing very slowly
Passage3
On December12,1901, the Italian electrical engineer Gugliemo Marconi(1874-1937) succeeded in sending radio signals from England to Newfoundland across the Atlantic Ocean. This is usually taken as representing the invention of radio. Such radio signals are transmitted by the use of radio waves, similar in nature to light waves, but a million or so times longer.
Like light waves, radio waves travel in straight lines, and so a radio-wave transmission should not be detectable beyond the horizon. Nevertheless, Marconi’s signals traveled from England to Newfound around the curve of Earth.
A British-American electrical engineer, Arthur Edwin Kennelly, and an English electrical engineer, Oliver Heaviside, independently suggested in 1902 that radio waves would be reflected by ions(电离子) and that there must be a layer of ions high in the atmosphere that reflected radio waves.(This came to be called the “Kennelly-Heaviside layer.”). Bouncing between the Kennelly-Heaviside layer and the ground, radio signals could travel around the curve of Earth’s globe.
The English physicist Edward Victor Appleton, studying the manner in which beams of radio waves interfered with each other, produced convincing evidence, in 1922,that the theoretical suggestions of Kennelly and Heaviside were accurate and that there was indeed an ion-rich layer in the upper atmosphere. By 1924, he was able to show that the Kennelly-Heaviside layer was some 95 kilometers above the surface of Earth. He also produced evidence for the existence of still higher ion-rich regions (“Appleton layers”) and, in 1926, show as 240 kilometers high.
The portion of the atmosphere lying between heights of 50 and 300 kilometers above the surface of Earth is therefore called the “ionosphere.”
26.  According to the first two paragraphs, which of the following is NOT true?
   A. Marconi traveled from England to Newfoundland.
   B. Marconi was born in 1874.
   C. Marconi sent radio waves across the Atlantic.
   D. Marconi achieved great success when he was under 30.
27.Kennelly and Heaviside________.
   A. suggested the existence of a layer of ions in the atmosphere
   B. discovered the “Kennelly-Heaviside layer”
   C. detected radio waves sent by each other
   D. worked together and made great contributions to science
28.Appleton’s first great achievement was that he_______________.
   A. measured the height of the “Kennelly-Heaviside layer”
   B. provided evidence for the “Kennelly-Heaviside layer”
   C. discovered different heights of ion-rich regions
   D. illustrated how radio waves interfered with each other
29. “Ionosphere” refers to_______.
A. the atmosphere around the earth
B. various radio signals in the air
C. ions found over the Atlantic
D. ion-rich regions in the atmosphere
30. This passage is probably written to answer the questions:
A. How high is the “ionosphere”?      
B. Who invented the radio?
C. Who discovered the “ionosphere?”
D. How fast do radio waves travel?

Reading Part Three

Passage 1
The student who wants a newspaper career(生涯)has much hard work ahead of him before he can become even a cub(生手), or beginning reporter. He may begin by working on his high school newspaper or yearbook.
Then the aspiring(有大志的)reporter may break into newspaper or yearbook work as a copyboy, running errands(差使) and helping staff reporters. He may even be given a chance to write small stories. Sometimes students who are interested in news reporting get jobs as university reporters for local newspapers.
Jobs such as these serve to make the beginner familiar with the atmosphere of news gathering. They give him a chance to sharpen his eye for details and teach him to be sure that his facts are accurate, that he reports them correctly, and that he writes his articles clearly. This work may lead to a job as a cub reporter on a newspaper, the important first step toward a career in news reporting.
31. A student who wants a newspaper career will find that____________.
   A. he must work hard before becoming even a cub reporter
   B. there is little he can do to prepare for a career
   C. getting a cub reporter’s job is easy
   D. nothing he does in school will help him
32. A cub reporter is another name for a ___________.
   A. copyboy            B. regular staff reporter
   C. newspaper editor     D. beginning reporter
33. The copyboy’s duties may sometimes include____________.
A.        running errands for staff reporters         
B. writing small news stories
C. reporting campus and student news        
D. both a and b
34. An aspiring reporter must learn to _______________.
A.        be sure his facts are accurate        
B. report the news correctly
C. write articles clearly               
D. all of the above
35. The first big, important step for an aspiring reporter is______________.
A. editing his high school newspaper   
B. writing a small news story
C. becoming a copyboy               
D. becoming a cub reporter
Passage 2
Even the newest gardener realizes that plants die without water; what is not so well known is that plants die equally decisively, though not so quickly, if they are overwatered. Beginners usually decide to play it safe and keep their potted plants thoroughly wet. In consequence, death by drowning is one of the commonest disasters to befall the plants of a new horticulturist. Plants wither away if they don’t get enough water, and this draws attention to their problem. A plant that has been slightly underwatered so that it droops strikes terror into the heart of its new owner. But it will, in fact recover completely as long as rescue comes in time and the process is not repeated too often. Overwatered plants, unfortunately, do not give any such obvious signal; slowly they cease to thrive and the first visible indication of serious trouble is a yellowing of the lower leaves. Unless the overwatered pot soil is given a considerable period without water, during which time the plant will continue to look wretched, it will suddenly collapse in exactly the same way as the underwatered plant---but with no chance of being revived(复活) because the roots have rotted away.

36. From the text we can infer a horticulturist is a person engaged in______________.
    A. growing plants    B. raising birds
    C. cutting plants     D. studying the death cause of plants
37. What does a new gardener usually decide to do to keep their potted plants alive?
A.        Underwatering the plants         
B. Fertilizing the pot soil
C. Overwatering the plants         
D. Loosening the pot soil
38. According to the text, which of the following plants might die without recovery?   
A.        Plants with their lower leaves yellowing   
B. Overwatered plants
C. Underwatered plants                    
D. Plants with worms
39.A withered plant might be rescued because______________.
A.        it doesn’t get enough water      
B. it is repeatedly overwatered
B.        it gives visible signal of dying   
D. it dies slowly
40. What is the purpose of this text?
   A. To warn gardeners not to underwater plants.
   B. To give information about general problems of gardening
   C. To draw attention to the problem of overwatered plants.
   D. To recommend new gardeners the book about gardening.
Passage 3
  When a tornado destroys a house, it doesn’t blow it down the way a hurricane does. It makes the house explode.
  Why does the house explode?
  The air that surrounds a house presses against it all the time. It usually has a force of about fifteen pounds per square inch. The air inside the house presses out against the walls just as hard.
   When a tornado passes over a house, it suddenly sucks away the air outside the house. The air inside the house still pushes out against the walls, but now there is nothing pushing back. So the walls are pushed out in an explosion.
Pieces of the house are sucked up into the tornado and carried away. There is little left where the house once stood.
41. A tornado makes a house______.
  A. explode    B. blow away  
C. fall down   D. catch on fire
42. The walls of a house stay up when______.
A. air pushes from the outside.  
B. air pushes from the inside
C. there is no pressure on them.  
D. both A and B.
43. The air pressure outside the house is usually___.
A. greater than the pressure inside  
B. the same as the pressure inside
C. less than the pressure inside     
D. a different kind of pressure
44. A house’s walls are pushed out when ______.
A. the air outside is taken away
B. the air inside is taken away
C. too much air is pushing outside  
D. none of the above
45. A house destroyed by a tornado would look_______.
  A. as if a hurricane had hit it  B. as if there had been a fire
  C. like a pile of wood        D. none of these

IV. Vocabulary and Structure  &  Cloze  

Part one

Section A

Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

1. She is going to buy a ____ of envelopes for her father.
A.        cast   B. packet  C. box      D. flock
2.Walking in the garden ,  you can see____ of grapes hanging from the vine.
A. strings  B. slices   C. bundles   D. bunches
3.There is a radiator in the room. And there is an electric fire for___ heat in very cold weather.
    A. extra  B. spare  C. special   D. necessary
4.Because she could not get a divorce, Jane had to ___her husband’s beating.
     A. bear   B. tolerate  C. stand   D. endure
5.Fred could finish his work in less time if he were more____.
    A. evident   B. efficient   C. hard   D. essential
6.There is often so much traffic on the main thoroughfares that motorists may be able to travel faster on -____ roads.
     A. inferior   B. subordinate   C. minor   D. direct
7.The ____meaning of this word isn’t used now, but you can look it up in a big dictionary.
     A. chief  B. principal   C. elementary  D. primary
8.I am not___ with beautiful dreams; I want beautiful realities.
     A. dissatisfied   B. constant   C. content  D. consistent
9.He was last seen in public on the ___of his daughter’s wedding.
     A. occasion  B. event   C. chance   D. affair
10.All the students keep quiet____ the teacher in charge of the class is present
     A. in the occasion of        B. on the occasion of  
     C. at the occasion           D. on the occasions when
11. The room was so quiet that she could hear the ___ of her heart.
     A. tapping   B. striking   C. beating   d. knocking
12. He has lost hope because of frequent ________.
A. disappointments   B. discouragement  
C. encouragement    D. discontentment
13. They got up a little___ and addressed(指引)themselves to sightseeing.
     A. willingly     B. reluctant  C. earlier   D. reluctantly.
14. I didn’t realize you wanted to keep the letter. I’ve ____it up.
     A. pulled   B. torn  c. spoiled   D. broken
15. I’d like to pay by____ rather than in cash.
A. tip     B. receipt  C. coin   D.  check

Section B

Direction: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the One answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

The United States is a land of many 61. Its people have come from different homelands and have 62 their own customs from all parts of the world.63 they live and work in a modern, 64 society, they want to 65 their traditions and pass them 66 to their children. So, in their daily lives, many Americans continue to speak their 67language as well as English. They cook traditional foods. They practice their own religions and have their own way of thinking 68 life and death. In addition, they set 69 time to celebrate the important occasions of their native culture 70 special ceremonies

16. A. states               B. areas               C. cultures     D. fields
17. A. brought             B. had                C. developed          D. borrowed
18. A. Unless              B. Although           C. For                D. If
18. A. changed            B. excited             C. exciting             D. changing
20. A. prevent             B. preserve     C. predict              D. protest
21. A. off                 B. through             C. in                  D. on
22. A. negative             B. necessary           C. native       D. narrative
23. A. about               B. of          C.  for        D. out
24. A. about               B. off                 C. out                 D. aside
25. A. on                  B. in                  C. with                D. by



Part Two

Section A
Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. That’s the most ____ coincidence (巧合) I’ve ever heard of.
  A. likely                                         B. absolute      
C. impossible                                     D. incredible
2. The picture ____ to me my school days many years earlier.
  A. recalled    B. remembered    C. reminded   D. recollected
3. The professor demanded that the test ____ before 5:30.
   A. be finished                       B. will finish
   C. will be finished                   D. shall finish
4. Love of fair play is said to be a(n) ____ part of the English character.
   A. interesting     B. boring     C. essential    D. initiative
5. _____ care  whether they have passed the entrance examination or not.
   A. Does he little                     B. Little does he
   C. Does little he                      D. Little he does
6. China’s ethnic minorities ____ less than 10% of its total population.
   A. consist of                         B. constitute
   C. are composed                      D.  compromise
7. The sound ____ away little by little.
   A. faded         B. disappeared    C. vanished   D. lost
8. China’s foreign policy is to develop relations with other countries on the ____ of the five principles of peaceful coexistence.
   A. base          B. basis        C. foundation   D. account
9. Many freshmen cannot ____ themselves quickly to college life.
   A. adopt         B. arrange       C. admit       D. adapt
10. Scarcely had they settled themselves in their seats in the theater ___ the curtain went up.
   A. than          B. after         C. when    D. as soon as
11. Many sources of information are sure to ____ our chances of getting in touch with the current events in the world.
   A. enhance       B. expand        C. image   D. limit
12. No sooner _____ than the jeep started off.
   A. was his luggage loaded      B. had his luggage been loaded
   C. he loaded his luggage       D. his luggage was being loaded
13. I want an appointment for a _____ time and space.
   A. definite        B. absolute       C. diverse   D. primary
14. Life isn’t so easy here as it ____ be.
A. use to                     B. get used to      
C. be used to                  D. used to
15. Anna said in her letter that she’d appreciate _____ from you sometime in the future.
  A. to hear                        B. having heard     
C. hearing                               D. to hearing  
Section B
Direction: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the One answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

Nearly three-quarters of the Earth is covered with water. Water heats up more slowly than land, but once it has become warm it takes longer to 61 down. If the Earth’s surface were entirely land, the temperature at night would 62  quite quickly and night would be much colder than day, as it is on the moon. The does 63 happen in inland deserts, hundreds of miles from any sea. The climate of the continents, especially in the temperate 64 , is very much affected by the oceans around them. The areas close to the sea have a ‘maritime climate’, 65 rather cool summers and warm winters. The interiors, far from the sea, have a ‘66  climate’ with extremely hot summers and cold winters.
Rain 67 from the evaporation of rivers, seas and lakes. Even after heavy rain, the pavements in a city do not take long to dry 68 the rainwater evaporates into the air. On a warm dry day it evaporates very rapidly, 69 warm air can take in more moisture than cold air. But at any particular temperature, the 70 can hold only a certain maximum amount of water vapor
.
16. A. hold                        B. keep                  C. cool            D. let
17. A. rise                        B. miss                  C. lose            D. fall
18. A. not                        B. indeed          C. only            D. certainly
19. A. fields                        B. centers          C. zones           D. interiors
20. A. with                        B. because of  C. in              D. instead of
21. A. continental        B. tropical    C. frigid           D. humid
22. A. goes                        B. leaves     C. runs                D. comes
23. A. though                B. while      C. because   D. in order that
24. A. as                        B. where      C. though         D. as long as
25. A. weather                B. atmosphere  C. climate   D. gas


V Writing

Part One

Directions: The following is the result of a poll taken by Yu Ying High School authority:
1.        What are you going to be when you grow up?
A  worker .  (35 percent of the students)
A  teacher .  (30 percent of the students)
A businessman. ( 25 percent of the students)
2.        What do you think of the open Door Policy ?
A good policy .  (90 percent)
Not very good . (2 percent)
No comment . (8 percent)
3.        What is the best way to improve your study?
Hard working.(55 percent)
Improving study habit . ( 32 percent)
Having no idea .( 13 percent)
4.        What kinds of people do you like to make friends with ?
Honest persons .(45 percent)
Intelligent persons. (40 percent)

Write a brief report about the poll, which may begin with:
   In a recent poll taken by Yu Ying High School authority,35 percent of the students wanted to be workers when they grow up while 30 percent of the students….




Part Two

Write a composition about New Zealand. You can make use of the following information:
Location: South Pacific country, midway between the Equator and the South Pole ,1000 miles south –east of Australia
Area: 103,000 square miles, similar in size to Britain, Italy, or Japan,2 main islands, he North and the South Island
Population: more than 3 million, primarily European and Polynesian origin, more than three-quarters live bin towns and cities
Language: principal language is English
Living Standard: a good standard ,over 70 percent of homes has color TV, one car for every 2 1/2 people, housing is of a high standard, 71 percent o9f houses owned by their occupiers.

注:期末试题题型及分值比率:
Ⅰ  20%
Ⅱ  30%
Ⅲ  25%
Ⅳ  25%



I I. Use of English

Use of English   Part One
1. --- Shall we go and play volleyball?
--- ____________________.
A. It’s very kind of you       B. Are you all right?
C. That’s a good idea         D. Thank you very much
2. --- We are going on a trip for Africa.
--- ________________.
A. Good-bye                                        B. Have a good time
C. I like it, too                                D. Please go
3. --- I’m afraid I’ve got a bad cold.
--- ________________.
A. Never mind                                        B. Keep away from me
C. Better go and see a doctor        D. Go and buy some medicine
4.        --- Would you like some tea?
--- ____________________.
A. No, I don’t want          B. Yes, please
C. Not at all                D. Yes, I want
5. --- Lovely day, isn’t it?
   --- _____________________.
A. Yes, it’s                 B. No, isn’t it
C. No, it is                 D. Yes, isn’t it
6. --- Hi, I’m Bill. I live on this house.
   --- Hi, Bill. _________ My name is John.
A. How are you?            B. Glad to meet you
C. Thank you               D. Good-bye
7. When the man answers your question, you don’t hear clearly, you should say, “__________”
A. Say it again             B. I didn’t hear clearly
C. I beg your pardon?        D. Repeat it again
8. Many thanks.
A. It doesn’t matter.          B. Never mind
C. It is my pleasure.          D. The same to you
9. I’m awfully sorry.
A. Don’t mention it.          B. That’s right.
C. All right.                 D. That’s all right.
10. How do you do?
A. Very well                B. How do you do?
C. I’m a doctor              D. Nice to have known you

Use of English   Part Two
11. Can you help me?
    A. No, I don’t know.           B. Sure. What is it?
    C. Don’t mention it.                                D. That’s it.
12. --- Oh, it’s you, Tom, let me help you with the bag.
--- No, Bill, I can manage. ________________.
A. Thank you all               B. Thank you
C. Thank you all the same        D. Thank you the same
13. --- May I have a word with you?
   --- ____________________.
A. Sorry, you mustn’t            B. No, I don’t know you
C. What’s that                  D. Sorry, I’m too busy now
14. --- You cooked us a wonderful meal, Mr. Smith.
--- ___________________. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
A. No, just so-so                B. Not at all
C. I don’t think so               D. Thank you
15. Sorry to trouble you.
   A. It’s a pleasure.                B. I don’t think so
   C. No, I don’t mind at all          D. Never mind
16. Do you mind if I smoke here?
   A. That’s all right.               B. Of course not
   C. OK.                        D. Yes, please
17. How’s your family?
   A. Thanks all the same.           B. Thanks for calling
   C. Not too bad                  D. Don’t mention it
18. How about going for a drive?
   A. It’s OK                      B. Yes, we shall
   C. Yes, please.                    D. Good idea.
19. Would you like a coffee?
   A. Yes, please.                           B. Yes, I prefer tea.
   C. I like coffee very much.                  D. Thank you very much.
20. What’s the matter with you?
   A. It doesn’t matter.                B. Not too bad
   C. I don’t feel well                 D. That’s all right.

Use of English   Part Three
21. Are you from Italy?
A. Yes we are.                                                B. No, we don’t.
C. No, I don’t.                                                D. No, we won’t.
  22. Are there any French restaurants near here?
      A. Yes, they are                                        B. Yes, there are.
C. Yes, they were                                        D. Yes, there were.
  23. Do you think this is a nice place?
      A. That’s right                  B. You’re right
C. No, it’s not here.              D. Yes, I think so.
  24. How’s your mother doing?
A. She is very kind              B. She is very well.
      C. She is not very old            D. She is doing shopping now.      
  25. --- What do you think of my new radio?
--- ___________________.
A. It’s too small                   B. Very much
C. Great                                                                D. It’s expensive
26. --- Would you please go out for a walk with us?
--- ________________. But I’m very busy now.
A. Of course not                                                B. I’d like to
C. That’s all right                  D. That’s right
27. --- I’m sorry I forgot to call you.
--- ___________________. We can meet after class and have a talk.
A. All right                       B. I’m sorry too
C. That’s OK                            D. Not at all
28. How did Mr. Jones get to the cinema?
A. At 10o’clock                   B. With Mrs. Jones.
C. By car                        D. to the Grand Theater.
29. What do you think of your new teacher?
    A. He came to teach us last week.
B. He teaches us English
C. He has two children.
D. He is very nice.
30. When are you going on holiday?
  A. Not until next week              B. Three weeks ago
  C. To Beijing                      D. For only a day or two.

I I I. Reading

Reading Part One
Passage 1
Holidays in the United States usually occur at least once a month. Most months have a national holiday that has been arranged to be celebrated on a Monday. The holidays have all been decided to be celebrated on a Monday so that the workers may have 3-day weekends---that is, Saturday, Sunday and Monday in order to rest or travel or do things with their families. Major holidays in the United States such as New Years Day or Christmas Day or the day, when we remember the first settlers of the United States, called Thanksgiving Day. These holidays most businesses close and the workers stay home and celebrate with their family.
   Vacation can be from 2 weeks a year to 4 weeks a year. This usually depends on how long you’ve been working for a company, what type of position you have, whether you have a high position or a very important position and it’s difficult to find someone to replace you. In that case, you might take a few days at a time rather than taking one month all at once .Usually the more time you spend working for a company, the more time you may get for a vacation.
   1. The government of the United States makes it a rule for workers to have____ weekends.
             A.1-day  B. 2-day   C. 3-day   D. 4-day
   2. Workers in the United States sometimes work from_____.
     A. Monday to Saturday    B. Saturday to Monday
     C. Thursday to Friday     D. Tuesday to Friday,
   3.  Which statement is wrong according to this paragraph?
      A. Only a few shops remain open on New Years Day.
      B. Most of the workers needn’t work on Christmas Day.
      C. Days on vacation must be more than all the holidays in a year.
      D. All the workers have a half-month vacation at the least.
   4. The reason why someone has to divide his vacation into several parts is that___.
      A. no one can be found to take his place.
      B. he hasn’t a most high position
      C. he plays an important role in his work.
      D. he hasn’t been working for his company for a long time.
   5. Which is the best title for this paragraph?
      A. Holidays in the United States
      B. Vacation in the United States
      C. How do the workers spend their holidays
D. Something about the holidays and vacation in the U.S
Passage 2
One crossing of the Atlantic is very much like another; and people who cross it frequently do not make the voyage for the sake of its interest. Most of us are quite happy when we fell tired enough to go to bed and pleased when the journey is over. On the first night this time I felt especially lazy and went to bed rather earlier than usual. When I arrived in my cabin, I was surprised to see that I was to have a companion during the trip. I had expected to be alone but there was a suitcase like mine in the opposite corner. I wondered who he could be and what he would be like. Soon afterwards he came in .He was the sort of man you might meet anywhere, except that he was wearing such good clothes that I made up my mind that we would not get on well together, whoever he was, and did not say a single word to him.
   I suppose I slept for several hours because when I woke up it was the middle of the night. I felt cold but covered myself up as well as I could and tried to go back to sleep. Then I realized that a drought was coming from somewhere .I got up to shut the door but found it already locked from the inside. The cold air was coming from the window opposite. I crossed the room and as I did so the moon shone through it on to the other bed. There was no there. It took me a minute or two to remember locking the door myself. I realized that my companion must have jumped the window into the sea.
6.  The story happened in a ____________________.
   A. ship   B. plane   C. train   D. car
7. The companion of the writer was __________________.
   A. a scientist              B. the writer’s colleague  
C. the writer’s friend        D. an ordinary man
8. From the passage we may infer that the writer______.
   A. liked his companion      B. would have a good trip
   C. didn’t like his companion  D. would kill his companion
9. The writer did not like his companion because_____.
   A. he was a stranger   
B. his companion wore good clothes
   C. the writer didn’t want anyone to go with him on the trip
   D. his companion was quite a mysterious(神秘的) man
10. The word “drought” in line 3,paragraph 2 most probably means______________.
   A. continuous dry weather        B. a strange noise
   C. current of air in a shut-in place  D. a strange smell
Passage 3
If you stand a short distance away from a high wall and shout, your voice sometimes comes back to you as an echo. This knowledge was made a few years before the last war, when radio waves from a transmitting station were reflected back from a distant aeroplane.
It was realized that if an apparatus(装置) could be devised(设计) to send out radio waves all the time and record the echoes from any approaching aeroplanes, it would be a wonderful method of defence in war.
Scientists set about solving the problem and radar was invented.An apparatus was made which sent out waves in pulses , and the presence of a distant aeroplane was on the screen of a cathode ray(高速电子) tube,(this is what we have in a television set.) In this way radar station could detect the approach of enemy aircraft.
After the war radar was put to peaceful uses. It is now installed at airports to guide aeroplane down safely in fog. It is fitted to ships so that they are warned of obstructions(障碍物) ahead, such as icebergs It guides ships into port. It provided aeroplane and ships with a magic eye, with which they can see far into the distance, in the dark or in fog.
11. The last war (Line2 , paragraph 1) may most probably refers to_____________.
   A. the World WarⅠ   B. The Oct. Revolution
   C. the World War Ⅱ   D. the Chinese Liberation War
12.The invention of radar_________________.
   A. has nothing to do with the reflection of sound waves.
   B is exactly the same as the reflection of sound waves
   C. is on the basis of the reflection of sound waves
   D. is by changing sound waves into radio waves
13. The invention of radar is mainly for the purpose of_________________.
   A. scientific experiments   B.  defence in war   
C. peaceful uses           D. finding enemy airplanes
14. From the passage we may infer that radio waves can____.
  A. be reflected from almost everything
  B. only be reflected from airplanes
C. only be reflected from anything made of metal
D. be reflected from anything not far away
15. The word “detect” in the last sentence, the third paragraph most probably means_____________.
      A. hear   B. smell   C. feel   D. discover

Reading Part Two

Passage 1
All the housewives who went to the new supermarket had one great ambition: to be lucky customer who did not have to pay for her shopping. for this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said: “ Remember, once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This may be your lucky day!”
For several weeks Mrs Edwads hoped, like many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, she never gave up hope. The cupboards in her kitchen were full of things which she did not need. In vain(无效地) her husband tried to dissuade her. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would come to her and say: “Madam, this is your lucky day. Everything in your basket is free.
One Friday morning ,after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car, she found that she had forgotten to buy any tea. She dashed back to the supermarket, got the tea and went towards the cashdesk. As she did so, she saw the manager of the supermarket come to her. “Madam,” he said ,holding out his hand.: I want to congratulate you!” You are our lucky customer and everything you have in your basket is free!”
16The housewives who went to the supermarket were-------.
A. poor    B. hopeful    C. fortunate     D. anxious
17. The housewives learnt about the offer of free goods-------------.
A. on the radio                        B. at the supermarket  
C. from the manager            D. from their friends
18. Mrs Edwards’s husband tried to-------------.
A. make her unhappy           B. stop her from buying things
C. cheer her up               D. make her buy more things
19. Mrs Edwards went shopping-----------------.
A.  on foot     B. by bus    C. in a friend’s car  D. by car
20. Mrs Edwards must have been---------------------.
A. shy   B. delighted   C. disappointed   D. proud
Passage 2
Johnny was three when he ran away from home for the first time. Somebody left the garden gate open. Johnny wandered out, crossed some fields, and two hours later, arrived in the next village. He was just able to give his name and address.
   By the time he was seven, Johnny used to vanish from home two to three times a year. Sometimes he covered quite long distances on foot. On other occasions he got on a bus or even a train, and simply sat there until someone asked for his ticket. Generally the police bright him home. “Why do you do it?” they used to ask. “You aren’t unhappy at home, are you…” “Of course not,” Johnny replied. “Then why?” “I just like seeing places,” Johnny told them.
   Johnny continued to “see places” although everyone tried to stop him. His parents used to watch him closely, and so did his teachers; but sooner or later Johnny managed to slip away. As he grew older , his favorite trick was to hide on a long distance truck. Sometimes he used to travel hundreds of miles before anyone discovered him.
  It is hardly surprising that eventually Johnny managed to get on board a plane. He was twelve at the time. It was a cargo plane and, a few hours later, Johnny found himself in Cairo. How did he get on board? No one knows! According to Johnny himself, it was easy: he just went into the airport, walked along some corridors and got on board the nearest plane.
  In spite of all this, Johnny did well at school. He enjoyed maths and languages and, perhaps not surprisingly, he was especially good at geography. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” his teachers asked him. Johnny did not take long to answer that question. “An explorer !” he answered. “But it’s difficult to become an explorer in this modern age.” they tried to tell him. “unless you g into space!” But it was no use: Johnny knew what he wanted!
  Just before he left school, Johnny saw a notice in one of the daily papers. An expedition was about to go to Brazil to travel up the Amazon River. There were vacancies for three young people “willing to work hard and with a sense of adventure.” Johnny applied ,and, two months later, he was on his way to Brazil.
21The first time Johnny ran away from home,------------------.
A.he was only 7 year old     
B. he reached a town far away from home
C. he walked for two hours before he reached another village.
D. he walked into the fields after managing to open the garden gate.
  22.Johnny frequently left home because------------------------------.
     A.  he was unhappy there      B. he loved walking long distances
     C. he liked taking risks         D. he liked seeing new places.
  23. Johnny’s favorite means of traveling was---------------------.
     A. going around on foot         B. taking a train
     C. taking a bus                D. hiding on a long distance truck
  24. People around Johnny--------------------------.
     A. tried to stop Johnny from going away from home
B. watched Johnny day and night in turn
C. talked him out of slipping away from home   
D. kept following him to get him back
  25. In school, Johnny --------------------.
A. was only good at geography      
B. did well in all subjects.
C. was always thinking of exploring   
D. was interested in learning about space
Passage 3
Pat O’Burke was a poor Irishman with a large family ,and one morning ,walking up very early from cold and hunger ,he decided to go shooting in a wood near his cottage .The wood belonged to Lord Northwood ,a rich gentleman ,and Pat had no right to go there ,but in it there were swarms of(成群的)rabbits and flocks of (成群的)birds that were good to eat ,and Pat determined to take the risk .Suddenly he saw the owner, with a group of friends ,coming towards him in the wood .There was a look of anger on Lord Northwood’s face as he caught sight of the gun in Pat’s hand. Pat’s heart sank with fear ,but he saw there was hope of escape ,so he walked boldly up to the company and said to Lord Northwood, “Good morning ,sir; and what has brought you put so early this morning ?”Lord Northwood ,rather surprised ,said he and his friends were taking a little exercise to get an appetite for their breakfast .Then ,looking at Pat with suspicion ,he said, “ But why are you out so early in the morning ?” “Well ,sir ,”said Pat , “I just came out to see if I could get a breakfast for my appetite.” The whole crowd burst into laughter at Pat’s answer ,and with a smile Lord Northwood walked on. Leaving Pat to try his luck with the rabbits .
26.‘Pat had a large family ’means ____________.
   A. Pat had a large house.
   B. there were many members in his family.
   C. he raised many animals.
   D. all his family members were big and tall.
27. ________ to Lord Northwood’s wood.
   A. Nobody but Lord Northwood’s family members could go.
   B. Only Pat could not go.
   C. Without invitation Lord Northwood’s friends could go.
   D. Nobody could go.
28. Lord Northwood and his friends were walking in the wood______.
   A. to take a fresh air        B. to keep fit
   C. out of habit             D. so that they could enjoy a good breakfast
29. Lord Northwood was surprised at Pat’s greeting because______.
   A. he thought Pat might have run away.
   B. he thought he and his friends might have been killed by Pat.
   C. he thought Pat might have apologized.
   D. both A and C.
30. From this passage we may infer that Pat was quite_____.
A. stupid   B. rude   C. clever   D. polite


IV. Vocabulary and Structure  &  Cloze  

Part one

Section A
Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1.She was quite excited by the ______ of seeing Mr. Gordon again so soon.
  A. prospect       B. issue     C. bond       D. contribution
2. The boy felt _____ with his new classmates when they made fun of his accent.
  A. valuable     B. uncomfortable     C. massive   D. relevant
3. The speaker’s excited ____ seemed unrelated to his boring speech.
   A. competitor  B. gesture    C. compliment   D. contribution
4. The _____ meaning of this word isn’t used now, but you can look it up in a big dictionary.
A. keen       B. marvelous     C. primary    D. massive
5. His ______ in such an unpopular affair put him in an unfavorable political position.
     A. emotion   B. journalism  C. journalist   D. involvement
6. You mustn’t hesitate too ____ when speaking English.
A. frequently   B. keenly   C. overnight    D. marvelously
7. The houses in that ____ are very stylish but too expensive.
     A. volunteer    B. neighborhood    C. supervisor  D. stead
8. I’ve ____ to see Francis tomorrow morning before our important meeting.
      A. volunteered   B. suspected C. arranged   D. supervised
9. They are probably of high-level ____ in English reading and writing.
A. competence    B. recognition     C. rank   D. parade
10. The plane arrived ____ on schedule and my friend was there to meet me.
      A. massively     B. precisely  C. powerfully D. obviously
11. She was ____ her opportunity to earn a position to assistant manager.
A.        being keen on             B. being relevant to  
C. standing sb. in good stead     D. making use of
12. Young children are quick to _____ words they hear their elders use.
A. pick up                   B. revel in
C. take part in                D. pick out
13. He is unable to go to work _____ the fall from his horse.
A. as a result                  B. as a result of
C. because                   D. since
14. Winston Churchill will ____ in history as the man who rallied the British people when they seemed to be defeated.
   A. go out                      B. go up
   C go down                     D. go into
15. For this very reason the government has ___ refused the farmers’ demand, but may reconsider their position.
  A. so far                        B. highs and lows  
  C. a once-in-a-lifetime experience    D. a range of
Section B
Direction: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the One answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

If George Washington(61) able to travel (62) in time, he would feel much more at home in ancient Babylon,3700 years before his time,(63) in our modern age,200 years after he lived.
   Torches, chariots and rough streets,(64) those of Babylon in 2060 B.C, would not surprise him. He read (65) candlelight and (66) in carriages on unpaved roads .He never saw a building more than four stories high. Electric lights, highways, and skyscrapers(67) amaze him.
   When Washington was ill, he might(68) to be cut and bled to let out the “bad blood” that was making him sick. He would not know(69) a modern doctor meant by serums ,germ, and allergies.
   If the Father of his Country could visit the United States now, he might think that he(70) on another planet.
  16.A. was   B. should   C. were   D. may
  17. A. back and forth  B. back and forward  
C. up and down   D. over and over
  18. A. though   B. so   C. then   D. than
  19. A as   B like   C. which   D. who
  20. A. with   B. in   C. by   D. on
  21. A .rode   B. took    C. got   D. came
22.A.should    B. must   C. would   D. may
23. A. respect   B. expect   C. inspect   D. escape
24.A.which     B. that   C. how   D. what
25. A. land   B. had landed   C. landed    D. had been landed  


Part Two

Section A
Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Courses are not ____ merely for students to pass exams.
   A. designed     B. designing     C. design     D. designs
2. Please ____those details that you would like to change.
   A. select        B. selection     C. selecting   D. selects
3. There are six people present at the meeting, ____ three women.
   A. include       B. including     C. included  D. includes
4. He _____ told her that he worked for the corporation.
   A. simple       B. simply       C. simplify  D. simplely
5. They accept what is happening without _____ to change it.
   A. attempting    B. attempted      C. attempt   D. attempts
6.He was a great ____; he composed many great songs.
   A. art           B. artistic         C. artist    D. arts
7. Sandy did not want her parents to learn ____ the news of her failure in the exam.
A. in             B. for           C. on       D. about
8. I was surprised to find out that I was heavily ____ debt.
A. on             B. in            C. to      D. up
9. Out classroom is selected ______ the place for meeting.
   A. for            B. in              C. as      D. on
10. Their innovation products caught _____ quickly.
   A. with            B. up             C. on      D. in
11. Can you believe that John keeps a snake _____ a pet?
   A. as               B. in           C. for      D. against
12. The word comes _____ an African language.
   A. up               B. down        C. from    D. out
13. She hangs _____ all here clothes neatly in the wardrobe.
   A. up               B. out          C. in       D. on
14. The child has no understanding of problems, according ____ the doctor.
A. for              B. in           C. on    D. to
15. Americans _____ millions of Christmas cards every year.
    A. change       B. exchange     C. attempt   D. determine
Section B
Direction: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the One answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

In the past, American families 61 to be quite large. Parents 62 five or more were common. Over the years, the 63 of the family has decreased. One reason for this is an increase in the 64   of living 5 the average, children attend schools for more years than they used to, making them 66 dependent on their families longer. Moreover, children nowadays are better 67 and have more money to spend on 68 . The parents usually take the responsibility 69 all the expense. Meanwhile, families are less close than they used to be. More and more American mothers 70 away from home.

16. A. tended           B. wanted           C. seemed  D. extended
17. A. breeding         B. raising           C. feeding  D. bringing
18. A. amount          B. number                 C. size     D. scale
19. A. level            B. standard          C. wage    D. cost
20. A. On        B. By              C. At       D. From
21. A. finally           B. financially  C. fashionably D. faintly
22. A. worn            B. wearing    C. dressing   D. dressed
23.A. luxury    B. activity    C. playing          D. entertainment
24.A. at        B. to                C. on       D. for
25.A. are       B. run               C. work     D. separate


Part Three

Section A
Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Among the decisions that most people make, _______ a house is perhaps the biggest one.
   A. purchasing        B. purchase      
C. purchased      D. purchaseing
2. Don’t be _____ about him; he is a beginner.
   A. critical            B. positive      
C. Indian         D. basic
3. Their basketball team had bad luck yesterday: it was their third ____ in four matches.
   A. uniform            B. defeat       C. value          D. murder
4. It is human nature to be ____ to change because it requires us to cross into the unknown.
   A. oppose             B. opposed      
C. opposing      D. opposes
5. His works mirrored such positive ____ as cheerful and kindness.
    A. values             B. defeats        
C. mirrors       D. themes
6. We must always try to ____ the highest level of service to our customers.
    A. admit              B. treat         
C. provide      D. purchase
7. The teacher was very popular among the students because he _____ them as his own children.
    A. provided            B. opposed      
C. murdered     D. treated
8. When I asked the students if they’d like to have the lesson near the lake, I got a _____ answer: “Yes!”
    A. uniform             B. critical        
C. sub-adult      D. cultural
9. The sick child fell into sleep soon after he  took the medicine---- obviously the medicine was _____ work.
    A. on                  B. at            
C. from         D. out of
10. The story about the country teacher and her 18 students was played _____ and soon the film became very popular.
    A. in                  B. from           C. out         D. up
11. He has made several business trips New York so far.
    A. on                  B. for             C. from        D. to
12. The fire fighters rushed ______ of the building just before it burnt down.
    A. on                  B. in              C. into         D. out
13. Mr. Thomson is strongly opposed ____ the idea of building a power station near the town.
    A. to                   B. in            
C. for          D. behind
14. I have heard that you are going to build a new school. Could you tell me the plan___ detail?
    A. on                  B .in                  C. out     D. like            
15. The Walt Disney Company did something rare: it admitted defeat ____ its fight to build a history theme park in Virginia.
    A. with                  B. in                 C. for      D. on
Section B
Direction: There are 10 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should choose the One answer that best completes the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Many teachers believe that the responsibilities for learning lie with the students. (61) a long reading assignment is given, instructors expect students to be familiar with the (62) in the reading even if they do not discuss it in class or take an examination. The (63) student is considered to be (64) who is motivated to learn for the sake of (65), not the one interested only in getting high grades. Sometimes homework is returned (66) brief written comments but without a grade. Even if a grade is not given, the students are (67) for learning the material assigned. When research is (68), the professor expects the students to take it actively and to complete it with (69) guidance. It is the (70) responsibility to find books, magazines, and articles in the library.

16. A. If            B. Although        C. Because        D. Before
   17. A. suggestion     B. context        
C. abstract        D. information
   18. A. poor          B. ideal           C. average        D. common
   19. A. such          B. one            C. any            D. some
   20. A. fun           B. work           C. learning        D. prize
   21. A. by            B. in             C. for             D. with
   22. A. criticized      B. innocent        
C. responsible      D. dismissed
   23. A. collected      B. distributed      
C. assigned        D. finished
   24. A. maximum     B. minimum        C. possible        D. practical
   25. A. student’s      B. professor’s      
C. assistant’s      D. librarian’s


V Writing

Part One

本篇属 “三段式”作文,每个段落的第一句话(主题句)说明各段大意.请同学们完成各段,字数不少于120 字.
           The Importance of Learning a Foreign Language
1.        Foreign language is a required course both in middle school and college.
2.        Learning a foreign language can make us know the world better
3.  Now, we may draw a conclusion, that is .it is really important for us to foreign language.


Part Two

根据所给主题句,完成下列作文。
TV’s Influence On Our Daily Life
1)        TV not only presents us a wonderful world, but also brings some changes to our daily life.
2)It is true that TV has the value of giving complete relaxation
2)        Now we can see that TV has caused enormous problems along with its benefits.



Part Three

For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition in three paragraphs. The title of the composition is “ The Advantages of Traveling By Bicycle”. You are given the first sentence of each paragraph. Your composition should be about 120 words, not including the words given.

         The Advantages of Traveling by Bicycle
1.        to travel by bicycle has many advantages.
2.        Second, traveling by bicycle is good for health, because it is good exercise
3.        Last but not least, bicycling is good for our environment.





注:期末试题题型及分值比率:
Ⅰ 20%
Ⅱ  30%
Ⅲ  25%
Ⅳ  25%

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