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          一、1.Dialogue Communication

          0. —God! The vase is broken. Who did it? —______

          A.Who are you asking?B.It"s clear.C.Never mind.D.Don"t look at me.

          1. —You didn"t hurt at all in the traffic. — ______ . I was a lucky dog.

          A.No problemB.I don"t think soC.I"m afraid notD.Good heavens no

          2. —Have you had a chance to wear your new shirt yet? — ______ . I"ve been meaning to exchange it for a larger size.

          A.It"s up to youB.That reminds meC.I forget thatD.That depends

          3. —How often do you drop your e-pal a line? — ______ , but usually once a week.

          A.As usualB.It dependsC.Generally speakingD.Have no idea

          4. —Don"t be disappointed. Have another go, OK? —______.

          A.With pleasureB.It"s my pleasureC.That"s allD.Good idea

          5. —Thanks for inviting me to dinner last night, Cathy. I had a really good time. These flowers are for you. —Oh, Bill, ______ . I enjoyed it as much as you did.

          A.don"t worry about itB.you shouldn"t haveC.it"s up to youD.take your time

          6. —Shall we go and have a picnic at the weekend? — ______ It"s said that there might be snow then.

          A.Why not?B.Great!C.Good idea!D.It depends.

          7. —What do you think of the five doll mascots for the 2008 Olympic Games? — ______ , they are lovely, but we can"t figure out what they mean easily.

          A.To tell the truthB.I"m afraidC.UnfortunatelyD.As a matter of fact

          8. —I don"t feel like going out. Why don"t we watch TV at home? — ______ You promised to take me out for dinner.

          A.Come on!B.Really?C.Not at all.D.Why not?

          9. —I"d like to spend my weekend in upstate NY, but I have some problems with transportation. — ______ . I"ll drive my mom"s car.

          A.What ifB.Take your timeC.What a pityD.It is no big deal

          10. —Whose advice do you think I should take? —______.

          A.That"s itB.You speakC.It"s up to youD.You got it

          11. —You know, Jack, I"ve tried to call you for a long time. — ______. How have you been?

          A.Me, tooB.That"s all rightC.Not at allD.Fine

          12. —May I use your computer printer? —______.

          A.By all meansB.Never mindC.You are welcomeD.Don"t mention it

          13. —Tom, it is careless of you to have left your key in the lock hole of your car. —______ So I did. I might have my car stolen.

          A.Thank you.B.I"m sorry.C.My GodD.It doesn"t matter.

          14. —Would you do me a favour and give me a ride? —______.

          A.It"s my pleasureB.No troubleC.That"s all rightD.With pleasure

          二、2.Reading Comprehension

          Part I Reading Comprehension (30%)Directions: There are three passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them 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.

          1. According to the passage, what do the passengers usually see when they are on a long bus trip?

          A.Buses on the road.B.Films on television.C.Advertisements on the billboards.D.Gas stations.

          2. What is the purpose of this passage?

          A.To give the writer"s opinion about long bus trips.B.To persuade you to take a long bus trip.C.To explain how bus trips and television shows differ.D.To describe the billboards along the road.

          3. The writer of this passage would probably favor ______.

          A.bus drivers who aren"t recklessB.driving aloneC.a television set on the busD.no billboards along the road

          4. The writer feels long bus rides are like TV shows because ______.

          A.the commercials both on TV shows and on billboards along the road are funB.they both have a beginning, a middle, and an end, with commercials in betweenC.the drivers are always reckless on TV shows just as they are on busesD.both traveling and watching TV are not exciting ______.

          5. The writer thinks that the end of the ride is somewhat like the beginning because both are ______.


          7. Owens got his other name Jesse when ______.

          A.he went to Ohio State UniversityB.his teacher made fun of himC.his teacher took "J.C." for "Jesse"D.he won gold medals in the Big Ten meet

          8. In the Big Ten meet, Owens ______.

          A.hurt himself in the backB.succeeded in setting many recordsC.tried every sports event but failedD.had to give up some events

          9. We can infer from the text that Owens was treated unfairly in the US at that time because ______.

          A.he was not of the right raceB.he was the son of a poor farmerC.he didn"t shake hands with HitlerD.he didn"t talk to the US president on the phone

          10. When Owens says "They have kept me alive over the years ", he means that themedals ______.

          A.have been changed for money to help him live onB.have made him famous in the USC.have encouraged him to overcome difficulties in lifeD.have kept him busy with all kinds of jobs

          11. What would be the best title for the text?

          A.Jesse Owens, A Great American AthleteB.Golden Moment A Life Time StruggleC.Making A Living As A SportsmanD.How To Be A Successful Athlete

          13. None of the advertisers mentions his or her ______.

          A.heightB.weightC.hair colorD.personality

          14. In the ads all of the advertisers mention their ______.


          15. What does "GSOH" mean?

          A.Gentle, sensible, obedient and honest.B.Generous, sincere, open and handsome.C.Good sense of humor.D.Great source of honor.

          16. A possible match for female D is ______.

          A.Male 2B.Male 3C.Male 4D.Male 5

          17. What might be the name of this advertising section?

          A.Help Wanted.B.Public Info.C.Family Ad.D.Meeting Place.

          19. The word "drawbacks" in the first paragraph probably means ______.


          20. The International Dark-Sky Association is an organization that ______.

          A.strongly opposes outdoor light servicesB.has lost some money in energy tradeC.has profited from the lighting businessD.makes efforts to reduce light pollution

          21. On March 29 this year people in many cities around the world ______.

          A.turned out some lights for an hourB.organize some events to have some funC.held an demonstration called "Earth Hour"D.joined together to compete with Australians

          22. Scientists counted the number of stars ______.

          A.to illustrate the impact of light pollutionB.to compare air quality in different areasC.to see how the sky has changed with timeD.to arouse public interest in space

          23. People who work at night ______.

          A.lose the chance to gaze starsB.have a higher risk of health problemC.have less exposure to white lightD.are able to blame for light pollution

          三、3.Vocabulary and Structure

          Part II Vocabulary and Structure (30%)Directions: In this part, there are 30 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

          0. The building around the corner caught fire last night. The police are now ______ the matter.

          A.seeing throughB.working outC.looking intoD.watching over

          1. As I grew up in a small town at the foot of a mountain, the visit to the village ______ scenes of my childhood.

          A.called upB.called forC.called onD.called in

          2. Without electricity, what ______?

          A.will the world be likeB.would the world be likeC.the world will be likeD.the world be like

          3. We"re trying to ring you back, Bryan, but we think we ______ your number incorrectly.

          A.looked upB.took downC.worked outD.brought about

          4. We always keep ______ spare paper, in case we run out.

          A.too muchB.a number ofC.plenty ofD.a good many

          5. I hear ______ boys in your school like playing football in their spare time, though others prefer basketball.

          A.quite a lotB.quite a fewC.quite a bitD.quite a little

          6. I"m very grateful for your help and hope that someday I may be able to do some thing for you ______.

          A.in exchangeB.insteadC.in returnD.in particular

          7. ______ of the speech computer, the lecturer was able to make himself heard.

          A.In honorB.In aidC.With the aidD.Instead

          8. This village appears ______ to mine, but I"m not ______ with it at all.

          A.similar; familiarB.similar; similarC.familiar; similarD.familiar; familiar

          9. The road sign is easy to read; the words ______ well.

          A.make outB.stand outC.work outD.turn out

          10. ______ be sent for immediately?

          A.Do you suggest which doctor shouldB.Which doctor do you suggest that shouldC.Which doctor do you suggestD.Do you suggest which doctor that should

          11. They really have a great time too, designing everything, drawing the blue prints, ______ the angles and so on.

          A.looking outB.taking outC.finding outD.figuring out

          12. He ______ along pole in the center of the field, and on the top of it I hung the lamp.

          A.put upB.put outC.put onD.put up with

          13. Don"t trust him. He is ______ some tricks.

          A.away withB.out fromC.up toD.down for

          14. The great damage which the flood ______ made a great many people homeless.

          A.brought toB.brought aboutC.brought upD.brought out

          15. How can he ______ without money for food during the journey?

          A.get togetherB.get alongC.get backD.get down

          16. The population of China ______ more than one fifth of the total population in the world.

          A.is made up ofB.makes upC.is made ofD.makes of

          17. The car manufacturer has ______ 1,000 workers because of the drop in sales.

          A.picked outB.gave upC.dealt withD.laid off

          18. How happy they are! Obviously, they are ______.

          A.in nice spiritsB.in nice spiritC.in high spiritsD.in high spirit

          19. Before the war broke out, many people ______ in safe places possessions they could not take with them.

          A.threw awayB.put awayC.gave awayD.carried away

          20. He is a nice dog. He won"t do you any ______.


          21. Every year a lot of life species die ______.


          22. Sports and games can be ______ great help to us.


          23. Strong winds may ______ away the soil on the earth surface.


          24. Kate can"t drive yet, but she wants ______.

          A.the own carB.the car of her ownC.an own carD.a car of her own

          25. Hard work has ______ the waste hill into green field.


          26. I thought it was going to rain but it has ______ fine.

          A.turned outB.come outC.brought outD.put up with

          27. He ______ an old friend in the street the other day.

          A.came aboutB.came acrossC.came fromD.came into

          28. Please give his decision plenty of ______ before you accept it.


          29. ______ catching the fever himself the man kindly carried the sick child home.

          A.A head ofB.At the sightC.At the risk ofD.By way of

          30. In some western countries, demand for graduates from MBA courses has ______

          A.turned downB.turned overC.fallen downD.fallen over

          31. The meeting was put off ______ the chairman"s illness.

          A.because ofB.in the front ofC.in the interests ofD.in face of

          32. It"s none of your ______.


          33. I think Father would like to know ______ I"ve been up to so far, so I decide to send him a quick note.


          34. Many students ______ get frequent help from her.

          A.such as BushB.Bush for exampleC.as BushD.Bush is one of them

          35. After her time in hospital, Jenny"s parents are afraid she has ______ in her lessons.

          A.fallen behindB.fallen downC.fallen backD.fallen off

          36. I soon found that the work I was doing had already been done by someone else— ______, I was wasting my time.

          A.in factB.in other wordsC.in a wordD.as a result

          37. The factory has ______ workers because of the drop in sales.

          A.laid outB.laid offC.laid asideD.laid down

          38. She made a few mistakes playing the violin, but you should make ______ for her since she"s only been playing for a year.


          39. He is stupid. ______ , he doesn"t study.

          A.In the first placeB.In other wordsC.To be honestD.To make matters worse


          Part IV Cloze (10%)Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage, and for each blank there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D at the end of the passage. You should choose ONE answer that best fit into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.













          A.cut upB.hold upC.pull upD.hang up






          A.consult withB.concern aboutC.infer fromD.go after


          0. For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic. Fire Prevention on Campus. You must base your composition on the following instructions given in Chinese. Your composition should be no less than 120 words. 1. 前段時間校園火災頻發,造成生命和財產損失; 2.分析火災發生的原因; 3.作為學生,如何預防校園火災發生。

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