1. Who does the woman want to talk to?
A. Mr Green. B. Mr Smith. C. The man.
2. What is the man’s major?
A. Geography. B. Biology. C. English.
3. What does the man advise the woman to do?
A. Go there on foot. B. Take a bus or a taxi.
C. Take the subway.
4. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In the hospital. B. In the store.
C. At home.
5. What does the man mean?
A. They don’t have to pay for the magazine.
B. The woman can read the magazine on the train.
C. There is no time to buy a magazine.
6. What’s wrong with the woman?
A. She got a cold. B. She was hurt by the man.
C. She hurt her foot.
7. Who will take the woman to the hospital?
A. The man. B. Someone else.
C. The woman herself.
8. How did the woman get to the hospital?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. By taxi.
9. Who are talking on the phone?
A. Tony and Mary.
B. Tony and Lucy.
C. Tony and Jim.
10. Who’s just arrived in Beijing?
A. Lucy. B. Jim. C. Tony.
11. What’s Mary doing when the phone rings?
A. Having a test. B. Speaking to Jim. C. Working on math.
12. Where does the dialogue take place?
A. In a restaurant. B. In a store. C. In a baker’s.
13. What’s the woman?
A. A housewife. B. A waitress. C. A saleswoman.
14. What does the man want to have? He wants to have _______.
A. breakfast B. lunch C. dinner
15. Where does the woman live?
A. 21 Central Avenue, Oceanside, Long Island, New York.
B. 35 Central Avenue, Oceanside, Long Island, New York.
C. 19 Central Avenue, Oceanside, Long Island, New York.
16. How old is the woman?
A. 39. B. 19. C. 65.
17. Which statement is true?
A. The woman is a single mother with two kids.
B. The woman is a married mother with one boy.
C. The woman is a married mother with two kids.
18. Stamp-collecting began in _______.
A. 1921 B. 1854 C. 1941
19. In some countries _______.
A. only men and children collect stamps
B. more and more stamp-collecting schools are set up
C. people can learn how to collect stamps in school
20. Why do many children like to collect stamps?
A. Because every stamp has a famous person’s head on it.
B. Because every stamp has an important place on it.
C. The speech has not told us much about that.
21. —Would you do me the favor to carry the box for me?
A. Not at all B. Never mind C. With pleasure D. Yes, it’s really sorry
22. _________ in or out, he always closes all the windows.
A. Either B. Neither C. Whether D. Both
23. He’ll attend the meeting _________ in Beijing next month.
A. held B. to be held C. holding D. hold
24. The headmaster asked his students what they _________ themselves on Saturday.
A. did with B. dealt with C. made up D. took up
25. Such _________ fine weather is _________ unusual chance for us all to go for a picnic.
A. a; an B. the; an C. a; the D. /；an
26. There was a _________ talk between Korea and The US last week.
A. friend B. friendly C. friendship D. friendless
27. It’s too late to go to the cinema now. _________, it’s starting to rain.
A. Besides B. However C. Meanwhile D. Anyhow
28. —Why don’t you go home?
—I’ll do so when I _________ my homework.
A. shall finish B. will finish C. have finished D. finished
29. My class teacher as well as other teachers _________ very kind to me.
A. are B. is C. do D. does
30. In front of my house _________ to the sea.
A. a river lies B. a river lie C. lie a river D. lies a river
31. —The man in the photo is just like your brother.
—Well, it’s _________.
A. a photo of my brother B. a photo of my brother’s
C. one of my brother D. of my brother
32. —Have you any trouble finding your way in Shanghai?
—Yes, I tried to find my way to the airport but _________.
A. has been lost B. get lost C. lost D. got lost
33. Today, many polluted rivers _________ cleaner and cleaner.
A. became B. are becoming C. have become D. become
34. Was it when he was a young man _________ he joined the army?
A. who B. what C. that D. and
35. —Sorry, I can’t go to your party.
—What can _________ you _________ doing that?
A. keep; / B. protect; from C. pretend; from D. prevent; from
Professional sports are very popular in the United States and they are big business. The most popular sports are basketball, football and baseball. ___36___ has its own season. And ___37___ supporters. Professional teams are named for the cities ___38___ they are located. When a team plays in a championship game, most people in the city ___39___ the game with interest and enthusiasm. Basketball is ___40___ around the world. Professional basketball games in the US ___41___ indoors during winter months. From November to April ___42___ can find a professional basketball game several nights a week in most large ___43___ cities. Basketball is an American sport. It ___44___ the national pastime.
The game is played in the evening ___45___ every night of the week and ___46___ weekends as well. The season begins in April and ___47___ in the October. Football ___48___ most popular professional sport in the US. It is played on Sundays ___49___ the fall from August to January. American football is different ___50___ international football, ___51___ Americans called soccer. Both games require ___52___ and specialized skills. Professional players are very ___53___. The most famous players ___54___ millions of dollars for their playing skill. American best players have higher ___55___ than the country’s president.
36. A. Every B. both C. Each D. All
37. A. million B. millions C. million of D. millions of
38. A. when B. where C. who D. whose
39. A. follow B. walk C. run D. jump
40. A. well-known B. well C. known D. fame
41. A. played B. is played C. plays D. are played
42. A. somebody B. one C. anyone D. everybody
43. A. America B. England C. American D. English
44. A. was called B. has been called C. is called D. be called
45. A. nearly B. close C. closely D. near
46. A. at B. in C. on D. during
47. A. finish B. finishing C. finished D. finishes
48. A. became B. is become C. is becoming D. has become
49. A. during B. while C. on D. at
50. A. of B. from C. with D. about
51. A. when B. that C. where D. which
52. A. strong B. strength C. strengthen D. stronger
53. A. well pay B. good pay C. well paid D. good paid
54. A. make B. had C. got D. received
55. A. money B. salaries C. pay D. wage
It is not unusual to see your desk-mate yawn (打呵欠) as he complains that he didn't have a good sleep the night before. Many teens don't get enough sleep because they have too much homework, which keeps them up at night. Some teens cannot sleep at night even when they want to.
Studies show that during your teenage years, the body's biological clock is reset, telling you to sleep later at night and wake up later in the morning.
But changes in the body clock aren't the only reason teens lose sleep. Lots of people have insomnia (失眠). The most common cause of insomnia is stress. But all sorts of things can lead to insomnia. These include physical discomfort, emotional troubles and even sleeping environment. It's common for everyone to have insomnia from time to time. But if it lasts for a month or more go and see a doctor.
Some people have a condition that causes stomach acid (酸) to move backward towards the chest. This produces the uncomfortable, burning feeling called heartburn. So even if the person doesn't notice the feelings of heartburn because he is sleeping, he may feel tired the next day.
Most teens have nightmares sometimes. But, if they are frequent, a person's sleep pattern can be seriously affected. The most common cause of nightmares is emotional problems, such as stress (压力) or anxiety. If you have them a lot, it's a good idea to talk to a doctor.
Doctors encourage teens to make lifestyle changes to develop good sleeping habits. You probably know that coffee can keep you awake, but did you know that playing video games or watching TV does the same?
56. The main idea of the first paragraph is ________.
A. There is a problem that teenagers can’t get enough sleep.
B. Sleeping problems have different causes.
C. Yawning is a good way to get rid of sleep.
D. Teenagers care too much for homework.
57. The Teenagers’ biological clock ________.
A. easily makes teenagers lead to insomnia
B. is the origin of their insomnia
C. provides them with plenty of time at night
D. is helpful to improve their concentration(注意力)
58. What does the writer say about “nightmares”?
A. It is nothing and shouldn’t be taken seriously.
B. It can release their stress or anxiety.
C. Emotional problems are the only way to form nightmares.
D. People will suffer from sleep if frequent.
59. Which way can help to get rid of insomnia?
A. Drinking some coffee before going to bed.
B. Playing video game or watching TV from time to time.
C. Turning to a doctor for help.
D. Eating much medicine for insomnia.
Russian tradition orders that men should kiss each other three times on the cheeks at official functions. Now, a new ruling in Moscow is calling for politicians in the capital to stick to the old handshake. according to Britain's The Telegraph newspaper, politicians in Moscow have been told to stop kissing each other when they meet because the “kissing ceremony” takes so long.
Leonid Brezhnev, the general secretary of the Communist Party from 1964 to 1982, was famous for treating male colleagues to a full lip-lock. One photograph of him kissing Erich Honecker, the leader of the Democratic Republic of Germany, was used for a protest painting on the Berlin Wall with the caption: "Oh, God, help me survive this deadly love".
Kissing three times on the cheeks at official occasions is a Russian tradition. The practice has been revived among high-ranking officials in past years. In the distant past, a kiss from the tsar (emperor) was the highest sign of recognition. The Moscow ruling, however, has prompted authorities in other cities to consider banning the practice.
Alexei Kleshko, a parliament member in Siberia, said: “Single-sex kisses should be avoided, including at official meetings. It's enough to shake hands. Of course, if one is talking about a long friendship or fatherly relations, it might be OK to embrace. But that's the maximum that should be allowed.”
Another MP Vladimir Gorlov, said he only allowed himself to kiss the hand of a woman at work: "There are informal relations and there are meetings governed by protocol," he said. “When a man is kissing another man at an official event, I have a negative attitude towards it. There are rules of decency. "
60. Moscow is calling for politicians to stick to handshake because ________.
A. it is popular at home and abroad
B. it is their tradition
C. it saves time
D. Russian women have a strong love of it
61. By mentioning Brezhnev, the author ________.
A. wants to show his respect to Brezhner
B. admires Brezhnev for his skills at kissing
C. just shows the media made fun of pictures of politicians kissing
D. praises Brezhnev’s good relation with Honecker
62. If the tsar kissed a Russian woman, she would feel ________.
A. nervous B. proud C. shameful D. curious
63. We can infer from the last two paragraphs that ________.
A. Kleshko is strongly against any kind of kiss
B. Kleshko is a man out of date
C. Gorlove shares the same view with Kleshko is single-sex kisses
D. Gorlove won’t kiss any man in any form
Have you ever dreamed of visiting a planet in the Milk Way? While the trip sounds exciting, it would take years and years to reach your destination. So in the future, bedtime for astronauts may be more than a few hours of regular shut-eye. They would have to sleep for years.
European researchers are now conducting hibernation experiments. The study may help them understand whether humans could ever sleep through the years it would take for a space flight to distant planets. "If there was an effective technology, it could make deep-space travel a reality," said Mark Ayre of the European Space Agency last month.
What seems like science fiction is not completely unlikely. Researchers have been able to use chemicals to put living cells into a sleep-like state where they don't age. They have now moved on to small, non-hibernating mammals like rats. The results will be out by the end of 2004.
A major challenge is the fact that cells can be very simple systems, whereas body organs are far more complex.
"It's like moving from a simple Apple computer to a supercomputer," said Marco Biggiogera, a hibernation researcher at Italy's University of Pavia.
Just like bears and frogs, the hibernation of human beings would cause a person's metabolism (新陈代谢) to lower so they would need less energy.
Medical research, however, is just half of a space flight hibernation system.
There is the challenge of designing a suitable protective shelter. Such a shelter would provide the proper environment for hibernation, such as the proper temperature. It would also have to monitor (监控) life functions and serve the physiological needs of the hibernator.
according to Ayre, the six-person Human Outer Planets Exploration Mission to Jupiter's moon (木星的卫星) Callisto, could be an opportunity to use human hibernation. The mission aims to send six humans on a five-year flight to Callisto, where they will spend 30 days, in 2045.
64. European researchers are conducting hibernation experiments to ________.
A. ensure astronauts to get a complete sleep
B. find the secret of some creatures
C. make preparations for the journey to Jupiter’s moon Callisto
D. know if man can sleep for years
65. The sentence “What seems like science fiction is not completely unlikely” means ________.
A. Science fiction is people’s imagination.
B. Science fiction is imaginative, but it can be realized.
C. Things seem impossible may come true.
D. Things described in science fiction are sure to become true.
66. The passage is implied but doesn’t states that ________.
A. putting living cells into a sleep-like state is full of failure
B. Biggiogera is confident with the experiment
C. human’s hibernation needs no energy
D. medical research is the key to space flight hibernation system
67. By designing a suitable protective shelter, astronauts can ________.
A. have a good hibernation
B. lessen the pressure of traveling in space
C. feed themselves in spaceship
D. moinitor their body changes
68. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Six humans to fly to Callisto
B. Human hibernation improves health
C. Space travel attracts people
D. Deep sleep for deep space travel
To Chinese immigrants, in the mid-1800s, California was “The Land of the Golden Mountain.” In their homeland they had heard the words, “There’s gold in California.” They sailed 7,000miles to join the gold rush and strike it rich. Between 1849 and 1882, more than 30,000 Chinese came to California. Most were men. They had been farmers in China. They came here to be miners and laborers. They ended up doing many other jobs, too.
Like many other immigrants, they did not plan to stay in America. They came because of their ties to their homeland and their families. They planned to return to China with their fortunes and help their families.
Only a few Chinese gold miners struck it rich. Most picked over the areas that had been mined already. But still, white miners resented the Chinese. Slowly, they drove the “yellow peril” from the mining camps.
By the end of the 1850s, many Chinese returned home. Those who stayed found other jobs.
Few women had come west in the gold rush. The Chinese saw a good business opportunity. They began doing the jobs women would have done. Many became house servants. Many more opened laundries.
The Chinese opened restaurants. Chop suey and show mein are popular Chinese-American dishes. The Chinese probably created these dishes to serve to the white miners.
Other Chinese became fishermen, farmers, and even cigar makers.
69. Why did Chinese go to America in the mid-1800s?
A. Because they could find good jobs there.
B. Because they had found gold there.
C. Because they could open laundries and restaurants there.
D. Because they heard there was gold there.
70. The underlined word “resented” mean “________”.
A. liked B. helped C. hated D. served
71. Which should be the title of the passage?
A. Early Chinese immigrants in America
B. Dream to strike it rich
C. The difference between men and women
D. Gold miners in America
The first breath-taking pictures of the Earth taken from space showed it as a solid ball covered by brown land masses and blue-green oceans. We had never seen the Earth from that distance before. To us, it appeared as though the Earth had always looked that way and always would. Scientists now know, however, that the surface of the Earth is not as permanent as we had thought.
Scientists explain that the surface of our planet is always moving. Continents moves about the Earth like huge ships at sea. They float on pieces of the Earth’s outer skin. New outer skin is created as melted rock pushed up from below the ocean floor. Old outer skin is destroyed as it rolls down into the hot area and melts again.
Only since the 1960s have scientists really began to understand that the planet Earth is a great living machine. Some experts have said this new understanding is one of the most important revolutions in scientific thought. The revolution is based on the work of scientists who study the movement of the continents—a science called plate tectonics.
The modern story of plate tectonics begins with the German scientist Alfred Wegener. Before World War One, Wegener argued that the continents had moved and were still moving. He said the idea first occurred to him when he observed that the coastlines of South America and Africa could fit together like two pieces of a puzzle. He proposed that the two continents might have been one and then split apart.
Wegener was not the first person to wonder about the shape of the continents. About 500 years ago, explorers thought about it when they made the first maps of Americas. The explorers noted the east coast of North America and South America would fit almost exactly into the west coast of Europe and south Africa. What the explorers did not do, but Wegener did, was to investigate the idea that the continents move.
72. What does the writer mainly tell us in the passage?
A. The first breath-taking pictures of the Earth taken from space.
B. Human’s recognition of the earth’s surface.
C. The German scientist Alfred Wegener.
D. The early explorers’ discovery.
73. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. We didn’t see the Earth from far away until we saw the picture taken in the space.
B. Our ancient thought that the surface of the earth is still.
C. Alfred Wegener was not the first person to investigate the idea that the continents move.
D. The coastline of India and Africa fit together.
74. The last word of the third paragraph “tectonics” mean “________”.
A. study of construction B. study of architecture
C. earth surface D. structural geology
75. What did the explorers find?
A. The coastlines of South America and Africa could fit together.
B. The coastlines of North America and Africa could fit together.
C. The east coastlines of North America and the west coast of Europe could fit together.
D. The coastlines of North America and India could fit together.
I think a good student may has a lot of qualities, 76.___________
and the following three are the basic ones. They 77.___________
are diligence, intelligence and confidence. Take 78.___________
Tom for an example, he is one of the best students 79.___________
in class and serves as our monitor. Although 80.___________
he is clever and learn fast, he is not lazy. Unlike 81.___________
some other student who study well in the same 82.___________
class, he reads a great many of science books. 83.___________
These students are as hardworking as Tom 84.___________
and they don't have an equal rich knowledge. 85.___________
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W: I’d like to talk to Mr Smith.
M: He’s not here, but Mr Green is.
M: You know, I will be a teacher for geography.
W: I thought your major was biology.
W: How can I get to the shopping center from here?
M: You can take a bus or a taxi, but it isn’t too far to walk.
M: Excuse me, I am looking for the furniture, do you know where they are?
W: Yes, they are on the fifth floor.
W: I have got time to buy a magazine, haven’t I?
M: The train is about to leave.
M: What’s the matter with your foot?
W: I fell down the steps just now.
M: Let me have a look.
W: Ouch, that hurts.
M: Would you like me to take you to the hospital? You might have broken a bone.
W: It’s very kind of you. But someone is getting a car for me. Thank you all the same.
M: Hello, can I speak to Mary, please?
W: It’s Mary speaking. Who is that, please?
M: Hello, Mary, this is Tony. Excuse me for ringing you so late in the evening, but I’ve just got back from Guangzhou.
W: It doesn’t matter.
M: I hear Jim’s come to Beijing with Dick for his holiday. Shall we go and see him right now?
W: Oh, sorry. I’m afraid I can’t now. Tomorrow morning we’ll have a math test. I’ll have to prepare for it. What about tomorrow evening?
M: Oh! What a pity. Then I’ll go first myself.
W: I’m sorry. Tony. Do give my regards to him please.
M: Of course.
W: May I take your order, sir?
M: I haven’t seen a menu yet. May I have one?
W: I’m sorry. Here is one, sir.
M: There are so many different dishes listed that it is hard to decide.
W: The regular dinners are on the right hand page.
M: I’ll have one. I’m pretty hungry.
W: Yes, sir. The regular dinner includes rice, chicken, fish, soup, some kind of vegetable, choice of tea or juice.
M: OK. A regular dinner and some tea, please.
W: All right. You’ll have your dinner soon.
M: Thank you.
M: Come in, Mrs Wood.
W: Thank you.
M: Sit down, please. Now where’s that form? Oh, here it is. Just a few routine questions. What’s your full name?
W: Doris Wood.
M: And your address?
W: 35 Central Avenue, Oceanside, Long Island, New York.
M: Date of birth?
W: October twenty-first, nineteen sixty-five.
M: Are you married or single?
W: I’m married.
M: Do you have any children?
W: Yes. Two boys.
Many children like to collect stamps. Stamp-collecting didn’t start until 1854. As time passes, there are more and more stamp-collectors. Not only children but also men and women collect stamps. In 1921, America began selling stamps to collectors. In some countries, there are even lessons on stamp-collecting in school. People are becoming more and more interested in stamps. Every picture on a stamp has meaning behind it. It may be the head of a famous person or an important place. Each stamp tells us a story.
21. C。当对方向你求助时，表示肯定的回答有： “I’m glad to”；“Why, of course”；“With (great) pleasure” 等。
24. A。do with 常与what连用，deal with则常与 how连用。
25. D。weather 是不可数名词，而chance是可数名词，unusual读音的第一个音标是元音音素[Λ]，所以之前要用不定冠词an。
26. B。少数名词后加 –ly 构成形容词，并非副词。如：fatherly, motherly, brotherly, comradely 等。
27. A。从题干结构看，空缺处填入 however 也可，但从题干意思看，后面句子很明显是对句子意思的递进，所以答案选 A，而不选 B。
28. C。空缺处前面的主句是一般将来时态，when 引导的时间状语从句要用一般现在时代替一般将来时。此处用现在完成时表示将来完成时的意义。
29. B。题干的主语是 my class teacher, as well as other teachers 是修饰语。
31.A 从题意看，照片上的人就是我弟弟本人，所以答案选 A。
32. D。but 前面的分句是过去时态，那么 but 分句也肯定要用过去时态，而且是被动语态，排除 A、B 项，get 型被动语态常带有不愉快、不顺利的意味，答案自然凸现。
34. C。如果把题干还原成一个陈述句，强调句句型一目了然，被强调部分是when he was a young man。
35. D。题干第2句话的意思是：什么阻止你不能参加我的晚会？“阻止……做……”，英语表达是 prevent… from doing sth。
37. D。millions of 后接可数名词复数，其余选项不可与名词复数连用。
38. B。由where(= in the cities)引导定语从句，从句意为：这些职业球队所在的城市。
39. A。follow 意为“注视、注意、倾听”，此处指多数城市里的人们带着兴趣和热情观看球赛。
40. A。well-known 意为“出名的”，句意为：篮球闻名于全世界。
41. D。play 意为“进行…比赛”。此句意为：在冬天的几个月里，美国职业球赛在室内进行，表示现阶段的情况。选A时态不符，选C主谓数不一致。
42. B。one 泛指某个人。
46. C。weekend 前面用介词on。
49. A。在秋季，可用in the fall或during the fall。
50. B。be different from 意为“与…不同”。
51. D。非限制性定语从句应由which(= football)引导，不用that。
53. C。由下文可知：职业运动员所得薪水很高，故选well paid。
54. A。make 意为“获得、挣得”。
55. B。pay 意为“工资”，普通用词。wage 意为“工资”指发给从事体力劳动者的工钱。salary 意为“薪金”，指发给做比较重要工作的、具有较高技术或从事脑力劳动的人员的工作，如公司职员、秘书、教师官员等，总统(president)属官员，故要选salary。
57. A。由句子But changes in the body clock aren't the only reason teens lose sleep. 可知“生物钟的变化能导致失眠”。
58. D。由句子if they are frequent, a person's sleep pattern can be seriously affected. 可知“经常做梦，睡眠会受到影响”。
59. C。由句子Doctors encourage teens to make lifestyle changes to develop good sleeping habits可知。
60. C。由句子because the “kissing ceremony” takes so long可知。
61. C。根据“Oh, God, help me survive this deadly love”可知“Honecter厌烦这一礼节”，所以认为C项比较恰当。
62. B。由句子In the distant past, a kiss from the tsar (emperor) was the highest sign of recognition. 可知人们的看法。
63. C。Kleshko认为“Single-sex kisses should be avoided, including at official meetings. ”，Gorlov 说“When a man is kissing another man at an official event, I have a negative attitude towards it. ”，可知“他们两人持相同的观点”。
64. D。由句子The study may help them understand whether humans could ever sleep through the years it would take for a spaceflight to distant planets. 可知。
67. A。由句子Such a shelter would provide the proper environment for hibernation可知。
69. D。事实细节题。根据短文第 1 段的第 2 句 In their homeland they had heard the words, “There’s gold in California.” 可知，他们是因为听说“在California 有金子”才去美国的，因此答案为 D。
70. C。词义猜测题。根据下文的 Slowly, they drove the “yellow peril” from the mining camps 可知答案为 C。
71. A。主旨大意题。根据文章第 1 段的第 1 句 及全文的内容可知答案为A。
72. B。主旨大意题。根据文章第 1 段最后一句中的 however 及全文内容可知，文章主要谈论人类对地壳表面的形成的认识。故答案选 B。
73. A。推理判断题。根据文章第 1 段的第 1、2 句可知，人们直到看到从太空对地球所拍的照片后才知道从远方看地球的情形。故答案选 A。
74. D。词义猜测题。根据其所在的句子 who study the movement of the continents—a science called plate… 及地理常识可知答案选 D。
75. C。事实细节题。根据文章最后一段中的 The explorers noted the east coast of North America and South America would fit almost exactly into the west coast of Europe and south Africa 及倒数第 2 段中的 the coastlines of South America and Africa could fit together like two pieces of a puzzle 可知答案应该选 C。
76. 将has 改为have。在情态动词后，用动词原形。
79. 将for改为as。表示“以……为例”用take...as an example。
80. 在class前加our。由后文可知此处应是“在我们班里”，而不是“在课堂上(in class)”。
82. 将student改为students。前面的some和后面的study都说明 student要用复数。
83. 去掉of。因为a great many（许多）后直接接名词。
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