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1. What does the man do?
A. He is a restaurant waiter.
B. He is a traffic policeman.[
C. He is a taxi driver.
2. What does the woman mean?
D. She wants to go to the History Museum.
E. The History Museum is closed on the weekend.
F. She doesn’t want to go to the History Museum.
3. What do we know about the woman?
G. She will graduate soon.
H. She won’t take Mr. Zhang’s class.
I. She doesn’t like Mr. Zhang’s class.
4. What time will the two speakers arrive for the lecture?
A. At 8:25. B. At 8:10. C. At 8:15.
5. Where is Paul?
A. In the library. B. In his office. C. In a restaurant.
6. What does the man do?
A. He is a book-seller. B. He is a shop assistant. C. He is a secretary.
7. Who does the woman buy tapes for?
A. Her daughter. B. Her brother. C. Her son.
8. What’s Wu Dang Mountain famous for?
A. Delicious food. B. Beautiful sights. C. Friendly people.
9. What do we know about the woman?
A. She likes taking pictures.
B. She doesn’t like climbing.
C. She hasn’t been to Wu Dang Mountain.
10. Why does the woman feel surprised?
A. Because the man has worked for over 7 years.
B. Because the man has worked for the same company.
C. Because the man works as a gardener after he graduated from a university.
11. What do most people graduate from university to do, according to the man ?
A. Make money. B. Find a better job. C. Get a good education
12. What’s the main advantage of the man working as a gardener?
A. He can come home without any problems from the office.
B. He can make a lot of money.
C. He can use his education.
13. When did Margaret Mitchell finish Gone with the Wind?
A. In 1926. B. In 1937. C. In 1936.
14. What’s the story of Gone with the Wind?
A. It is a story about the American history.
B. It is a story about the writer’s life.
C. It is a story about a woman’s life.
15. What can we know about the man?
A. He is an American.
B. He is learning English.
C. He is not interested in this book.
16. What does the man want to do tonight?
A. See a film. B. Buy a ticket. C. Read the book.
17. When did President Obama give a talk about H1N1?
A. On September 1, 2009. B. On September 2, 2009. C. On September 3, 2009.
18. What does President Obama ask the H1N1 patients to do?
A. Be prepared for the return of H1N1.
B. Take medicine.
C. Stay at home.
19. What is the relationship between Arielle and Kathy?
A. Teacher and student. B. Doctor and patient. C. Roommates.
20. When can Arielle leave her dorm room according to the rule?
A. After she takes all the medicine.
B. As soon as her fever goes down.
C. If she doesn’t have a fever for 24 hours.
21. Mark promised me that he would tell Frank my message ______ he met him when he returned to school.
A. now that B. the moment C. in case D. even if
22. The research mainly deals with the difficulty the students have ______ their attention on their study all the time.
A. to focus B. to be focused C. focusing D. focused
23. _______, I think, and the problem could be settled .
A. Making great efforts B. So long as you keep up your spirits
C. If you double your efforts D. A bit more effort
24. Lina returned to Wuhan after the Games, ____________, as is known to us, she had been brought up and trained to be a gold medalist of tennis.
A. when B. that C. there D. where
25. As soon as little Tom had _____ a little from his shock, his first thought was to get away .
A. returned B. absorbed C. survived D. recovered
26. —______ you called yesterday evening?
—My sister. Why?.
A. Who it is that B. Who is it that C. Who was it that D. Who it was that
27．The reason why the Greens are happy to live there is that there are shops and buses within their .
A．reach B．hand C．ability D．touch
28. You _____ buy such expensive paint for the house, but you can if you have lots of money.
A. couldn’t B. mustn’t C. don’t have to D. wouldn’t
29. He’s been brought up in Wanzhou, but he _____ here any more.
A. hasn’t lived B. didn’t live C. hadn’t lived D. doesn’t live
30. The 16th Asian Games, _____ was held in Guangzhou, was a big success.
A. that B. where C. which D. when
31. Little _____ that the guards were watching him closely, so he was caught red handed.
A. the thief realized B. the thief didn’t realize
C. didn’t the thief realize D. did the thief realize
32. –Too crowded! I’m standing on my toe. Could you make some room for me?
– _____ .
A. Yes, please B. No, I don’t C. Sure D. No, not at all
33. He ____ in the north, but now he ____ here.
A. used to live; is used to the life B. use to live; is used to live
C. used to living; is used to living D. used to live; is used to live
34. Would you please keep me _______ with the latest news?
A. informing B. to inform C. being informed D. informed
35. I _________ you, but I was busy all the time yesterday afternoon.
A. could help B. had helped C. helped D. could have helped
People fail to realize the importance of training some personal characteristics in young people, despite of their important roles in the development of one’s intelligence.
The so-called ‘non-intelligence factors’（非智力因素）include 36 feelings , will and etc. After a 30-year follow-up study of 8000 males , American psychologists （心理学） 37 that the main cause of differences in intelligence is not intelligence 38 , but non-intelligence factors including the desire to learn , will power and self-confidence .
39 people all know that one should have a strong will and good learning habits , quite a number of teachers and parents don’t pay much ___40___ to cultivate(培养) these factors
Some parents are greatly worried 41 their children fail to do well in their studies . They blame either genetic （遗传的）factors or laziness , but they never take 42 consideration these non-intelligence factors . At the same time , some teachers don’t inquire into reasons 43 students do poorly . They simply give them more courses and exercises , or 44 criticize or laugh at them .As a result, some of them just feel defeated and 45 themselves up as hopeless . 46 investigation of more than 1,000 students in Shanghai showed that 11.5 per cent of them were 47 of learning , because of examinations , 1.4 per cent lacked initiative （主动）and 10.3 per cent were sick of learning .
It is clear 48 the lack of cultivation of non-intelligence factors has been a main 49 to intelligence development in teenagers . It even causes an imbalance between physiological （生理的）and 50 development among a few students .
If we don’t start now to 51 the cultivation of non-intelligence factors , it will affect the development of the 52 of teenagers as well as the quality of a whole generation . Some experts have put forward 53 about how to cultivate students’ non-intelligence factors .
First , parents and teachers should 54 understand teenage psychology, which can help them 55 their interests and toughe their willpower .
36．A．one’s B．their C．his D．her
37．A．came out B．found out C．made out D．worked out
38．A．in itself B．by itself C．itself D．on its own
39．A．Though B．Nevertheless C．However D．Moreover
40．A．believing B．studying C．cultivating D．developing
41．A．about B．when C．how D．whether
42．A．for B．in C．into D．over
43．A．why B．that C．when D．how
44．A．ever B．even C．still D．more
45．A．put B．get C．handle D．give
46．A．The B．An C．Another D．A
47．A．afraid B．ahead C．aware D．ashamed
48．A．that B．how C．why D．which
49．A．difficulty B．question C．threat D．obstacle(障碍)
50．A．intelligent B．characteristic C．physical D．psychological(心理的)
51．A．practise B．thrust C．strengthen D．urge
52．A．intelligence B．diligence C．maturity（成熟）D．performance
53．A．projects B．warnings C．suggestions D．decision
54．A．fully B．greatly C．very D．highly
55．A．insure B．go C．encourage D．excite
Lisa was running late．She had a lot to do at work, plus visitors on the way; her parents were coming in for Thanksgiving from her hometown．But as she hurried down the subway stairs, she started to feel uncomfortably warm．By the time she got to the platform, Lisa felt weak and tired - maybe it hadn't been a good idea to give blood the night before, she thought．She rested herself against a post close to the tracks．
Several yards away, Frank, 43, and his girlfriend, Jennifer, found a spot close to where the front of the train would stop．They were deep in discussion about a house they were thinking of buying．
But when he heard the scream, followed by someone yelling, "Oh, my God, she fell in!" Frank didn't hesitate．He jumped down to the tracks and ran some 40 feet toward the body lying on the rails．"No! Not you! his girlfriend screamed after him．
She was right to be alarmed．By the time Frank reached Lisa, he could feel the tracks shaking and see the light coming．The train was about 20 seconds from the station．
It was hard to lift her．She was just out．But he managed to raise her four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the arms and drag her away from the edge．That was where Lisa briefly re-gained consciousness, felt herself being pulled along the ground, and saw someone else holding her purse．
Lisa thought she' d been robbed．A woman held her hand and a man gave his shirt to help stop the blood pouring from her head．And she tried to talk but she couldn't, and that was when she realized how much pain she was in．
Police and fire officials soon arrived, and Frank told the story to an officer．Jennifer said her boyfriend was calm on their 40 - minute train ride downtown - just as he had been seconds after the rescue, which made her think about her reaction at the time．"I saw the train coming and I was thinking he was going to die．"she explained．
56．What was the most probable cause for Lisa' s weakness?
A．She had run a long way． B．She felt hot in the subway．
C．She had done a lot of work． D．She had donated blood the night before．
57．Why did Jennifer try to stop her boyfriend?
A．Because they would miss their train．
B．Because he didn't see the train coming．
C．Because she was sure Lisa was hard to lift．
D．Because she was afraid the train would kill him．
58．How did Frank save Lisa?
A．By lifting her to the platform． B．By helping her rise to her feet．
C．By pulling her along the ground． D．By dragging her away from the edge．
59．When did Lisa become conscious again?
A．When the train was leaving．
B．After she was back on the platform．
C．After the police and fire officials came．
D．When a man was cleaning the blood from her head．
60．The passage is intended to _____．
A．warn us of the danger in the subway
B．show us how to save people in the subway
C．tell us about a subway rescue
D．report a traffic accident
The booking notes of the play “the Age of Innocence”:
There are four easy ways to book seats for performance:
------ in person
The Box Office is open Monday to Saturday, 10 a. m. -8 p. m.
------ by telephone
Ring 01324976 to reserve your tickets or to pay by credit card（Visa, MasterCard and Amex accepted）
------ by post
Simply complete the booking form and return it to Global Theatre Box Office.
------ on line
Complete the on-line booking form at www. Satanfiedtheatre. com
Saver: $2 off any seat booked any time in advance for performances from Monday to Thursday. Savers are available for children up to 16 years old, over 60s and full-time students.
Supersaver: half-price seats are available for people with disabilities and one companion. It is advisable to book in advance. There is a maximum of eight wheelchair spaces available and one wheelchair space will be held until an hour before the show.
Standby: best available seats are on sale for $6 from one hour before the performance for people eligible（suitable）for Saver and Supersaver discounts and thirty minutes before for all other customers.
Group Bookings: there is a ten percent discount for parties of twelve or more.
School: school parties of ten or more can book $6 standby tickets in advance and will get every tenth ticket free.
Please note: we are unable to exchange tickets or refund money unless a performance is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
61. If you want to book a ticket, you CANNOT ________.
A. use the Internet.
B. ring the booking number and pay for the tickets by credit card.
C. go to the Box Office on Sundays.
D. complete a booking form and post it to the Box Office.
62. According to the notes, who can get $2 off?
A. A 20-year-old full-time college student.
B. A 55-year-old woman.
C. An 18-year-old teenager.
D. The people who book the tickets on Fridays.
63. If you make a group booking for a group of 14 adults, how much should you pay?
A. $120 B. $126 C. $140 D. $150
64. From the passage we can know all the following information except that ________.
A. There are only 8 wheelchair spaces in the theatre.
B. The audience can’t refund money if the performance is on show.
C. A group of 12 persons can get 10 percent discount.
D. A school party of 15 students should pay $90 for the standby tickets.
The Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. has been bringing movies to America’s capital for seventeen years. This year, the twelve-day festival showed more than one hundred and thirty movies from thirty-four countries.
The movies were shown in fifty-two museums, embassies, and other places around the city this month. Many movies were about the state of the world’s oceans and sea life. (The aim of the festival is to educate people about environmental issues affecting our planet.)
The Museum of Natural History showed many other movies about the ocean. These included “Fisheye Fantasea”, which explores how fish see in the ocean. “Cracking the Ocean Code” is about the work of scientist J. Craig Venter. In the movie he travels around the world documenting the genetic information of small sea creatures.
At the Library of Congress, festival visitors could watch “The Silent World” directed by Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle. When this movie came out in nineteen fifty-six, it was the first to show scuba diving exploration to the world. The movie takes place during a trip across the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Indian Ocean.
The Environmental Film Festival in Washington was started by Flo Stone. “I founded the festival in nineteen ninety-three. I’d worked on other film festivals, one on cultural diversity at the Natural History Museum in New York City. But in Washington, I thought it would be wonderful to do a festival on the environment very broadly, cooperating with many museums, universities, libraries, environmental organizations and even embassies from around the world.” Flo Stone said.
Not all movies at the festival were about oceans. One movie shown at the National Building Museum is called “Designing a Great Neighborhood: Behind the Scenes at Holiday”. It tells about building a community housing project in Boulder, Colorado. The future owners of the houses work together with different building designers to create environmentally safe houses that do not pollute.
65. Which film shows scuba diving exploration to the world?
A. “Fisheye Fantasea”
B. “Cracking the Ocean Code”
C. “The Silent World”
D. “Designing a Great Neighborhood: Behind the Scenes at Holiday.”
66. The aim of the Environmental Film Festival is to
A. ask people to pay attention to sea creatures
B. let people know how environmental issues affect the earth
C. advise people on how to save energy
D. tell people how to create environmentally safe houses
67. J. Craig Venter was a scientist who
A. explored how fish see in the ocean
B. recorded the genetic information of small sea creatures
C. made a trip across the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Indian Ocean
D. was engaged in stopping pollution
68. The above passage is probably taken from .
A. a textbook B. a sci-fiction C. a news report D. a TV talk show
Of all the problems facing modern astronomers, perhaps the most fascinating is: “Can intelligent(有智能的) life exist elsewhere?” Since the Earth is an unimportant planet moving round an unimportant star, it would be a pride on our part to suppose that we are the only intelligent beings in the universe. But to obtain proof is difficult.
The main trouble is that our neighbor worlds, the bodies in the solar system appear to be unsuitable for advanced life forms. The Moon may be ruled out at once; it has hardly any atmosphere. Venus（金星） is little better; the surface temperature is extremely high and the atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide. Mars（火星） with a very thin atmosphere and a severe shortage of water, may well support simple plant life but there seems no hope of finding animals, while the attractive Martians of the story – tellers have long since been given up.
Of course this has not stopped the flow of bright ideas for communicating with the supposed people on Mars. In the early nineteenth century the great mathematician Gauss suggested planting tree – patterns in Siberia, so that the Martians would see them and replay suitably. Following up this idea, the Austrian scientist Karl Littrow proposed digging very wide ditches（沟） in the Sahara, triangular in patterns, and then filling them with petrol or some substance so that, when lit, the ditches would present Martian observers with a “flaming triangle” which would show the existence here of intelligent minds. Even better were the plans of Charles Cross, a French writer of the 1870’s, who wanted to build a large mirror to reflect the sun’s rays and concentrate them on the surface of Mars, thereby making a vast burning – glass. By swinging the mirror around, Cross explained it would be practicable to write words in the Martian deserts simply by burning the sand. For many years he bombarded (鼓吹) the French government with literature about this plan and was very disappointed when no official interest was shown.
69．From the passage we can learn that the opinion of the writer is that .
A．people on the earth are almost certainly the only intelligent beings in the universe
B．people on the earth are definitely the only intelligent beings in the universe
C．there may be other intelligent beings in the universe
D．there are other intelligent beings in the universe
70．Why is there unlikely any life on Venus?
A．Because the weather is too cold.
B．Because it is severely short of water.
C．Because it has a very thin atmosphere.
D．Because the surface temperature is too hot.
71．According to the passage, it seems that Mars .
A．may have both vegetable and animal life
B．may be inhabited by attractive Martians
C．may have some vegetable life[
D．can have no life at all
72．It can be learned from the last paragraph that Charles Cross felt .
A．disappointed at the lack of official interest shown in his plan
B．surprised that the officials were interested in his suggestion
C．angry when the government paid little attention to his ideas
D．pleased when the government did take notice of his plan
Your beliefs are very powerful and have the power to create or to destroy your life. In most cases, whatever you believe is what you will become. If you believe that you are a loser, that you never get a break in life, that you can’ t accomplish anything, these.things will be your reality. Believe that you are unlimited, that you can do anything you are determined to do, and when you do, your achievements will know no bounds. You control your beliefs, and that is how you unlimitedly control your life.
This is a very important point. So how do you develop beliefs that will enable you?
Many of our beliefs come from our environment, the world we live in on a daily basis. If your environment is limiting your beliefs, then work very hard on changing it. If you are constantly around people who are negative and limiting, find other people to hang out with. Get around positive, successful people.
Beliefs also come from past experiences. That is why it is so important to experience success on a regular basis. Set small, achievable goals, and then try your best to reach them. "I will finish this project by early afternoon. " "I will make six calls on the phone in the next hour. " "I will exercise for 20 minutes tonight." When you start to experience success, then you start to believe in success, and that leads to more and bigger success.
Beliefs come from knowledge. The more you learn, the more things you will know to be possible. Always take advantage of opportunities to learn something new. It will bring new possibilities into your beliefs and your life. Most importantly, you can develop new beliefs by setting and imagining goals for your life. Define your goals clearly and accurately. Then, in your mind, see yourself achieving them in all of their sensible details. Mentally live the experience, see the sights, hear the sounds, feel the feelings. Your brought-up beliefs will lead you to their reality.
73. What does the author want to tell the reader in the 1st paragraph?
A. The importance of having beliefs in oneself.
B. Positive beliefs in oneself does one good in his life.
C. Negative beliefs in yourself surely will destroy you.
D. Do whatever you want to in your life.
74. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. It is important to experience all kinds of success and failures.
B. When you learn more, you find there’s so much for you to learn.
C. Beliefs can be build up little by little.
D. Beliefs will tum into realities if you have them in mind.
75. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Turn your beliefs into realiry B. Hard-working and success
C. Ways to success D. Beliefs
The Internet has been a huge influence ever since its development.
First, the Internet is the _______(容易的 ) way to find interesting information. 76.
What once r_____ effort and a trip to the local library can now be done 77.
in just a few clicks. _____（另一个）great thing about the Internet is that it’s 78.
a vast community, _______ consist of the efforts and interests of people from 79.
all over the ______. Advice and technical information that can’t be found 80.
from websites can be found t______ forums and chats. Thirdly, Internet not only 81.
b______ in much information about foreign culture and makes our life colorful, 82.
but also helps to spread our culture to the other countries. F________, the Internet 83.
makes the whole world connected. And it has _______(改变) the speed and the 84.
way the world does business. So, the Internet is very ________(重要) in our lives. 85.
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I’m Li Ming of Senior Three, Guangming Middle School. I’m writing to tell you about some symptoms of anxiety among us students before exams.
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I am Li Ming of Senior Three, Guangming Middle School. I am writing to tell you about some symptoms of anxiety among us students before exams.
Most of us feel nervous whenever we’re taking an important exam. Some will feel dizzy or tired, some will suffer from lack of sleep，all of which have terrible effects on our exams and we are all eager to get rid of them.
First of all, in my opinion, it’s important for us to study hard every day and make careful plans for every exam. In this way we can avoid suffering from the pressure of exams.
Besides, enough sleep can make us energetic and enable us to perform well in an exam. Therefore, during the period of exams, we should not stay up too late. We can also try a warm bath or a cup of warm milk before going to bed. They might help us to have a sound sleep.
(We’d better go out for a walk or do some outdoor exercises before an exam so that we can keep ourselves relaxed and then concentrate ourselves on exams.)