[解析] M: How much are these cups? W: Twenty dollars each, thirty-five dollars for a pair, or sixty-five dollars for four.
2. How does the man feel about the woman's red dress?
A.He hates it very much.
B.He likes it better than blue dress.
C.He doesn't like it as well as the blue one.
A B C
[解析] W: I think I'll wear my red dress to the party tonight. M: Can't you wear your blue one? I like it much better.
3. What will the man do soon?
A.Buy a ticket for the 6 o'clock plane.
B.Go on his job and finish it.
C.Change m a different flight.
A B C
[解析] W: Oh, you still here! M: Yeah, my today job is too hard, and I have just finished it. W: You won't be able to get the airport in time to catch that plane at 6 o'clock. M: I realize that now. W: What will you do? M: I'll have to get my ticket changed.
4. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. They are strangers. B. They are classmates.C. They are customer and shop man.
A B C
[解析] M: Oh, it's so bad. I can't find my wallet! W: Maybe you lost it in this classroom. M: I've already searched it from top to bottom.
5. Where is the woman's husband?
A.In the lab.
B.In the classroom.
A B C
[解析] W: Hello, Mr. Jones. This is Betty Smith. M: Hello, Betty. W: May I speak to my husband? M: John is in the lab now, Betty. I'll tell him to call you at home.
[解析] 6-7 M: There will be a meeting after class. Are you coming, Helen? W: After class? I'm sorry, Mike. I'm afraid I can't. M: But it's quite important. It's about our helping Bob. W: Oh, I have to go home to look after my mother. She's ill today. M: Sorry to hear that. Then we'll have to have the meeting without you. I'll tell you about the meeting tomorrow morning. W: Thanks.
[解析] 8-10 M: I'm wondering if it's going to be fine this afternoon. W: For what? M: The sports meeting! It's fixed at 2:00, but the cloud! It maybe rain. W: But don't you see the wind's beginning to lift it up? I bet it will be fine this afternoon. M: Don't be so sure. W: You heard the report this morning, didn't you? M: No. That's why I'm worried. W: Why not try the 24-hour telephone weather report service? M: Good! How come I didn't think of that? I'll do it right away.
4. What does the woman think the weather will be like this afternoon?
A.It will rain.
B.It will be fine.
C.It will be windy.
A B C
5. By what way will the man get the weather information?
[解析] 11-13 W: What happened? M: Well, I was lying in the sand enjoying the music on the radio, when suddenly I heard someone shouting for help so I jumped up and saw a little boy waving his arms in seawater. I took off my shirt and my watch and jumped into the water. I brought him back. W: Was there any body else around? M: No. Not at that moment. W: Where were his parents? M: They were away buying some drinks.
[解析] 14-16 M: What were you doing at twelve last night? W: I was playing cards with my kids in the kitchen. M: Do your kids always go to bed that late? W: Not on weekdays. M: Wasn't your husband with you then? W: He was away on business in New York. He will be back late this evening. M: Anything unusual happened? W: The light suddenly went out while we were playing. We remained silent at the table for some moments. After a while, we all heard glass breaking somewhere on the floor above. M: Do you mean a window? W: I'm not sure whether it was a window or a glass or something else. M: Didn't any one of you hear a cry or a fight? Didn't you even consider going up for a look? W: We were frightened at the beginning and then went to bed as it was quiet all around.
[解析] 17-20 Congratulations, everybody. Welcome to our university. The starting of the university can be ex- citing on the one hand, and can also be worrying on the other. No matter how you are going to learn, you have to make plans. In the first few months, spend some time walking around the university and find out what it is like. Do your best to get used to living here and get to know your professors and classmates. Try to understand what our university expects of you will help you to become clear about your own goals. During this time you have of course to study hard to pass the exams. But what's more important for you is to put some energy into learning how to learn. Thinking about what you want from the university and how you can reach your goals. You should have some difficulties in your studies and learning is not always pleasant journey. Some of you may find your studies are not exciting and are thinking of stopping learning. In this case, just think it over before you make the decision. For learning is so important that it will change your future life. Our university can answer your real learning if you can make up your mind to go through with it. This is what I like to say to you at the moment. If you still have any questions, please come to my office. Thank you.
13. What's the more important thing students should do?
A.Study hard to pass the exams.
B.Put some energy into learn how to learn.
C.Get on well with your professors and classmates.
A B C
14. What should students do when they want to stop their studies?
A.They should give up it at once.
B.They should think it carefully before make the decision.
C.They should choose another subject instead.
A B C
15. Who may be the speaker?
B.A new student.
C.A senior student.
A B C
第一节 单项填空 从A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
1. -- John won the first prize in the test. --______.
12. I really don't want to go to the party, but I don't see how I can ______ it.
A.get back from
B.get out of
A B C D
get back from“从…回来”；get out of“逃避，摆脱”；get away“走开，逃走”；get Off“动身，下车”。根据题意[B]项正确。
13. I had been working a couple of months ______ I had a letter from Mike.
A B C D
14. --I suppose she is 30 years of age. -- ______. A. You guess it! B. You guessed it! C. You are guessing it!D. You'll guess it!
A B C D
表达“你猜对了”时，英语中可You guessed it!，也可用You have guessed it!。
15. Readers can ______ quite well without knowing the exact meaning of each word.
A B C D
get over“克服，越过”；get in“收到，插话”；get along“进展，相处”；get through“通过”。代入题干，get along正好与quite well相配，指“进展顺利。”
第二节 完型填空 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。 Of all living creatures on earth, insects are the most plentiful. Some 1 are very useful to man, for example, bees, 2 which we get honey, and silkworms(蚕) ,which 3 us silk. Other varieties, however are extremely 4 , and do a great amount of 5 , especially to crops. Locusts (蝗虫) are perhaps the most dangerous of all, 6 they will eat almost any green 7 'and when millions of them 8 on cultivated land(耕地)they soon 9 it bare (光秃秃的). In some countries they are the farmer's 10 enemy. Another annoyance is the common 11 ,not only because it Worries us indoors and out-of-doors, but because it 12 diseases. Scientists have given much time and 13 to the study of insects. It needs the most careful and 14 observation. Thanks to their discoveries we now 15 almost all that there is to be known 16 the habits of these hardworking insects, bees and ants, which live in 17 better, planned in some ways than our 18 society. But the most valuable work has been done in trying to give 19 to men, animals and crops from the 20 which insects cause.
A B C D
由下文提到的other varieties are harmful，与之对应的应该是“有些种类的昆虫”，因此选[B]。
A B C D
还原此非限定性定语从句为we get honey from bees，“从蜜蜂身上得到蜂蜜”， get．．．from，．．“从…获得…”。
A Mr. Hitlon was a tall and thin man. He seemed weak and could not hurt anybody. He killed several enemy soldiers when he was in the army. And he was hurt in the war and had to return to the town where he was born. He found a job in the factory. He kept the gate for thirty-two years and didn't make any mistakes. He knew everybody in the factory well and even knew where they lived. The factory made several kinds of televisions. Some of their parts were expensive. Nobody dared take anything away when the old man was on duty. A few young men thought he was old and wanted to steal something one night. Mr. Hitlon found them as soon as they went in the workplace. They began to fight with him but before long they found they were no match for him and were going to run a- way. But it was too late. The old man caught them all and called the police station. From then on no- body dared steal anything there. One morning a few people came. At the gate Mr. Hitlon stopped them and said," Show your pass to me, please. "A man who seemed an official called out, "Don't you know who I am?" Mr. Hitlon had a look at him and said to his helper, "This gentleman doesn't know his name. It seems that he needs our help?
1. Mr. Hitlon had to leave the army because ______.
A.the factory needed a gatekeeper
B.he had killed some enemy soldiers
C.he was too weak to stay in the army
D.the enemy hurt him in the war
A B C D
2. Mr. Hitlon didn't make any mistakes because ______.
第二段的第一句话明确说明了工厂是生产几种电视(several kinds of televisions)。
4. Why did the young men decide to steal something in the factory?
A.Because they wanted to repair their TV sets.
B.Because they wanted to make fun of Mr. Hitlon.
C.Because they thought Mr. Hitlon old and weak.
D.Because they wanted to kill Mr. Hitlon.
A B C D
从第二段“A few young men thought he was old and wanted．．．”和文章开头可知Mr． Hitlon外表瘦弱，年纪又大，于是这几个年轻人就想从工厂偷一些昂贵的机器零件。
B In every school there is a "top" crowd that sets the pace (领先), while the others follow their lead. Let's say the top crowd decides that it is smart to wear bright red sweaters. Pretty soon everybody is wearing a bright red sweater. There is nothing wrong with that, except the fact that on some people bright red sweater is extremely unbecoming (不得体的). This situation can even become dangerous, if the top crowd decides that it is smart to drink or to drive cars at seventy miles an hour. Then the people who follow the lead are endangering their lives. They are like the sheep being led to the butcher(屠夫). Now, chances are that you have come across situations like these more than once in your life; chances are that one time or another you probably did something you knew to be wrong. You may have excused yourself by saying, "Gee, the crowd does it. "Well, let the crowd do it, but don't do it your- self. Learn to say, " No". Develop your own standards and your own judgments. If you know the crowd is planning some- thing you disagreed to, have the courage to bow(鞠躬) out mannerly. You'll have the satisfaction of standing on your own two feet.
C Ever since she started piano lessons at the age of ten, Carol has loved music. As she got older, she decided to become a music teacher. When she went to college, she took singing lessons as part of her studies. Her voice teacher discovered that nineteen-year-old Carol had an exceptionally beautiful soprano (女高音) voice -- the highest singing voice for women. Carol decided to make opera her goal, not only because she loved to sing but also because she loved the drama. Opera(歌剧) is a play in which the characters sing the words instead of speaking them. The stories of opera can be tragic (悲剧的)or comical(喜剧的). They can be personal stories about two people falling in love or grand stories about kings and queens who lived long ago. As the characters in an opera sing, the feelings expressed by words and music come to life. Today, Carol performs throughout the United States and Europe as she has done for almost twenty years. But she has never forgotten why she started singing in the first place. "Put your heart into your singing and enjoy it," says Carol," because singing is a great joy. That's why I sing. In fact, that's why everybody sings."
1. What's about operas according to the second paragraph?
A.The characters in operas don't act but sing.
B.The stories of opera are only about love.
C.The stories of opera may have either happy ending or sad ending.
D.The characters in the opera speak to tell the stories.
D Around the world more and more people are taking part in dangerous sports and activities. Of course, there have always been people who have looked for adventure -- those who have climbed the highest mountains, explored(探询) unknown parts of the world or sailed in small boats across the greatest oceans. Now, however, there are people who look for an immediate pleasure from a dangerous activity which may only last a few minutes or even seconds. I would consider bungee(蹦极) jumping to be a good example of such an activity. You jump from a high place about 200 meters above the ground with an rope tied to your ankles. You fall at up to 150 kilometers an hour until the rope stops you from hitting the ground. It is said that 2 million people around the world have now tried bungee jumping. Other activities which most people would say are as dangerous as bungee jumping include jumping from tall buildings and diving into the sea from the top of high rocks. Why do people take part in such activities as these? Some psychologists(心理学家) suggest that it is because life in modem societies has become safe and boring. Not very long ago, people's lives were constantly under danger. They had to go out and hunt for food, and life was a continuous battle for survival(生存). Nowadays, according to many people, life offers little excitement. They live and work in relatively safe conditions; they buy food in shops; and there are doctors and hospitals to look after them if they become ill. The answer for some of these people is to look for danger in activities such as bungee jumping.
1. What is special about bungee jumping? A. It is more dangerous, B. It is much easier to do. C. It is hard to find a proper place for it.D. It takes much shorter time to get pleasure.
2. The writer think people take part in dangerous sports because ______. A. they want to get away from modem lifeB. they have more free time C. they like adventures D. they are not quite pleased with modem life
A B C D
在文章倒数第二段作者指出了在现代人们参加类似于蹦极等极限运动的原因，即“．．．because life in modern societies has become safe and boring.”看来枯燥、平淡的现代生活正是现代人参加各种极限运动、寻找刺激的原因。
3. The writer of this text ______.
A.is a lover of dangerous activities himself
B.is against dangerous activities
C.introduces an interesting activity to people
D.doesn't say whether dangerous activities are good or bad
E Letter A Dear Etty Kit, My roommate's family wants me to have Thanksgiving dinner with them in their home. I accepted the invitation, and I'm excited about going, but I'm a little worried about it, too. The social customs in my country are very different from here, so I'm a little afraid of making mistakes. Should I bring a gift, such as candy(糖果) or flowers? Should I arrive on time or a little late? At the dinner table, how can I know which fork or knife to use? How can I let the family know that I'm thankful for their kindness?
Yours sincerely, Confused
Letter B Dear Confused, It's a good idea to bring a small gift when you go to a dinner party. Flowers are always nice, or you might bring a bottle of wine if you know that the family drinks it. You should arrive on time or five to ten minutes late. Don't get there early. If you are going to be more than fifteen minutes late, you should call and tell them. Try to be free at the dinner table. If you don't know about choosing the correct fork, knife, or spoon ,just watch the other people ,and follow them. If you still have no idea of what to do, don't be shy about asking the person next to you. It's better to ask than to be quietly uncomfortable and nervous. If you like the food, say so. Of course, you'll thank the host and hostess for the meal and for their kindness. It's also a good idea to send a card or thank-you note the day after.
Yours, Etty Kit
1. According to these two letters, which of the following statements is true?
A.Confused was glad to visit his roommate's house.
B.Confused was a little worried because he had no money for presents.
C.Confused should arrive at his roommate's house as late as possible.
D.Confused should eat the food up even if he didn't like the food.
Sandy is seventeen year old. She never has enough 76. ______. time for what she wants to do. She spent hours on the tel- 77. ______. ephone, talks to her friends. She often goes out on 78. ______. the weekends, and looks after children for other families to 79. ______. get some money. But during the school years she herself 80. ______. has a lot homework to do. During the football season, she 81. ______. and other pretty girls is cheer leaders. They jump up 82. ______. or down together, cheering when the team has played 83. ______. well. When the team is not playing so well, the girls try 84. ______. their best encourage the players. 85. ______.
a lot ∧→of
固定搭配a lot of后可接名同，而a lot则是副词短语，不可接名词。
此处的主语为she and other pretty girls，是复数形式，因此系动词也应为复数形式。
Dear Li Ming, It's said you just began to learn English. I am glad to hear that. As we know English is one of the most widely used languages in the world. It is spoken by nearly three hundred million people: in England, the United States, Australia, Canada and many other countries. It is said that 60 percent of the world's radio broadcasts and 70 percent of the world's mail are in English. Millions of books and magazines are written in English, too. English is really a bridge to knowledge. With the help of English we can learn modern science and technology faster and better from the developed countries. In this way we can serve our country better.