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第6题单选 Before liberation my father was made__________ from morning till night.
第7题单选 I forgot____you something that I have long meant to ask you.
A.to be asking
D.to have asked
第8题单选 She can speak Japanese better than______________ else.
第9题单选 Excuse me.If your call is not too urgent，do you mind——mine first?
B.if I make
C.me to make
D.that I make
第10题单选 It was Japan___________ launched the war against China.
第11题单选 This book is for students______________ native language is not English.
第12题单选 Many old buildings in the city___________ for modern ones.
A.have been dropped off
B.have been fallen out
C.have been collapsed
D.have been pulled down
第13题单选 You cannot depend on____promise he makes.
第14题单选 _________at his model plane over the weekend, he didn't complete it.
A.As he worked hard
B.Hard as he worked
C.How he worked hard
D.How hard he worked
第15题单选 John had made__________ rapid progress that the teacher praised him in class.
第16题单选 The question is worth ___________ again.
第17题单选 When we reached the station the train had not arrived yet, so we_________。
A.needn't have hurried
B.didn't need to hurry
C.need not to hurry
D.had not needed to hurry
第18题单选 I remember__________ her at the party last week.
D.to have met
第19题单选 You don’t have to come in such a hurry.I'm busy now，and l would rather you___________here tomorrow.
第20题单选 I'll remember forever the way Kate's face_________when morn told her about_________her recovery from the illness she
A.cheered up; had long suffered
B.shone up;long suffered
C.stood up;long suffered
D.lit up; had long suffered
Rosa liked making up stories. She was so 21 that her classmates believed her from
time to time. In fact, the whole class believed her! At first she supposed it was 22 Now,as she got up to 23 before the class, She knew that make - believe stories had some way of coming back to make you sad.
Rosa's parents were separated. Nine months out of the year, Rosa hved with her mother in an apartment on Anderson Street. But when summer 24 , she went to her father's farm in Arizona.
The farm was great! Rosa rode horses and 25 with some farm work. Her father, however, was so 26 that he couldn't find time to go places with her. When she arrived each summer, her father would 27 her at the airport and take her out to eat. And the day she went back to the 28 he would always buy her a present.
When summer came to a close, Rosa 29 to her mother. At school she heard lots of stories her friends told about their family trips. Rosa wished she had a 30 to talk about.
Not long after 31 began, Rosa was looking through travel magazines in the school library. They talked about many exciting 32 , like England and Germany. When Rosa's friends asked what she had done that summer, she made up something that was not 33
Remembering the travel magazines she had looked at, she told her classmates that she and her father had gone to 34
When the class began studying England, Mr. Thomas asked Rosa to tell all the things she could 35 about her trip to England!
Almost every family buys as least one copy of a newspaper every day. Some people sub~scribe to as many as two or three different newspapers. But why do people read newspapers.*
Five hundred years ago, news of important happenings--battles lost and won, kings or rul ers overthrown(推翻) or killed--took months and even years to travel from one country to an- other. The news passed by word of mouth and was never accurate. Today we can read in our newspapers of important events that occur in far away countries on the same day they happen.
Apart from supplying news from all over the world, newspapers give us a lot of other useful information. There are weather reports, radio, television and film guides, book reviews, stories, and of course, advertisements. The bigger ones are put in by large companies to bring attention to their products. They pay the newspapers thousands of dollars for the advertising space, but it is worth the money for news of their products goes into almost every home in the country. For those who produce newspapers, advertisements are also very important. Money earned from advertisements makes it possible for them to sell their newspapers at a low price and still make a profit.
第36题单选 The habit of reading newspapers is__________。
B.found among a few families
第37题单选 Before the time of the newspaper,__________。
A.bad news traveled quickly and good news slowly
B.few people cared about events that took place in far away countries
C.kings and rulers were often overthrown or killed
D.news was passed from one person to another
第38题单选 The author seems to agree that money spent on advertisements is__________。
B. not much
D.of no use to anyone
第39题单选 Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A.Five hundred years ago it took a long time for news to reach other countries.
B.Newspaper advertisements turn people's attention away from their products.
C.The news that we read in newspapers is mainly about new products.
D.When newspapers are sold at a low price, the newspaper producers will lose money.
One silly question I simply can't understand is" How do you feel". Usually the question is asked of a man in action--a man on the go, walking along the street or busily working at his desk. So what do you expect him to say? He'll probably say. "Fine, I'm all right. "But you've put. a bug in his ear--maybe now he's not sure. If you are a good friend, you may have seen something in his face, or his walk. that he did not realize that morning. It starts him worrying a little. First thing you know, he looks in a mirror to see if everything is all fight, while you go merrily on your way asking someone else. "How do you feel?"
Every question has its time and place. It's perfectly acceptable,for instance, to ask "How do you feel?" if you're visiting a close friend in the hospital. But if the fellow is walking on both legs, hurrying to make a train, or sitting at his desk working, it's no time to ask him that silly question.
When George Bernard Shaw, the famous writer of plays was in his eighties, someone asked him" How do you feel?", Shaw put him in his place. "When you reach my age", he said. "either you feel all right or you're dead. "
第40题单选 According to the writer, greetings, such as" How do you feel?"
A.show one's consideration for others
B.are a good way to make friends
C.are proper to ask a man in action
D.generally make one feel uneasy
第41题单选 The question" How do you feel?" seems to be correct and suitable when asked of________.
A.a man working at his desk
B.a person having lost a close friend
C.a stranger who looks somewhat worried
D.a friend who is ill
第42题单选 The writer seems to feel that a busy man should________.
A.be praised for his efforts
B.never be asked any question
C.not be bothered
D.be discouraged from working so hard
Are all your photographs good? Be honest with yourself. Aren't some of your pictures too dark, and others too light? How many times have you thrown away a photo? We, the Fine
Photograph Club, can help you. We meet every Wednesday in our comfortable club room in
Bridge Street. At 7:30 p. m, a member of the club or a visitor would give a talk, and then we have coffee. Our members will advise you on all the latest cameras and films. They will help you to develop your films or enlarge your pictures. What does it all cost? Only 5 pounds a year.
Photography is now a big business. Did you know, for instance, that there are 15 million
cameras in our country? And that 700 million photographs are taken a year, more than one-third of them in color? Think of the amount of photography in television, the cinema, news-papers, books, advertisements and so on. In modern life people learn a lot from pictures, so photography is more and more important. It is also more complicated and more expensive than it used to be. You may only want to take good photographs of faces and places. If so, we can help you to get better results. You needn't waste any more money. If you want to learn more about photography and how it is used, join the club please. You won't be disappointed. Write now to the Secretary, Fine Photograph Club, and Bridge Street.
第43题单选 The purpose of passage is to________.
A.show people how to take fine pictures
B.tell people photography is now a big business
C.tell people the club can do many things for you
D.encourage people to join the photograph club
第44题单选 If you want to join the club, you________.
A.must be good at photography
B.must know about the latest cameras and films
C.must pay a little money a year
D.must be honest with yourself
第45题单选 You are able to be honest so that you can________.
A.say if your photos are good or bad
B.tell how much money you waste
C.help the Fine Photograph Club
D.know the latest development in cameras
第46题单选 The club can give the following service except________.
Most of us know about the Nobel Prize, especially the Nobel Peace Prize, but few of us know anything about the man who set them up. His name was Alfred Nobel. He was a great scientist and inventor himself. Besides, he had a big business. His business may surprise you.
He made and sold explosives. His companies even made and sold weapons. Isn't this something that surprises you? The man who made money from weapons should set up the Peace Prize?
Though Alfred Nobel had a lot of money from weapons, he hated war. He hoped that there
would be no war in the world. He was one of the richest in Europe. When he died in 1896, he left behind him a lot of money and his famous will. According to his will, most of his money was placed in a fund. He wanted the interest from the fund to be used as prizes every year. We know them as the Nobel Prizes. The Nobel Prizes are international. Alfred Nobel wanted the winners to be chosen for their work, not the country they came from.
Alfred Nobel had given his whole life to his studies and work and to the benefits of mankind. He made money all by his own efforts, but he left the world share his wealth. His inventions and wealth stay with the world for ever.
第47题单选 Nobel wanted to set up the Nobel Peace Prize because__________。
A.he made enough money
B.he hated war
C.he wanted to get more interest from the fund
D.he liked to live in a peaceful world
第48题单选 Nobel Prizes come from__________。
A.all Nobel's money in the fund
B.all Nobel's money in his company
C.all the interest from the fund
D.some of the interest in the fund
第49题单选 Nobel was a (an) __________person in the world.
第50题单选 Which statement of the following is Right according to the passage?
A.Nobel set up his company to sell clothes.
B.Most of Nobel's money was used for the world Wars.
C.Nobel Prizes are only for some people from some special countries.
D.Nobel worked hard in his life and saved lots of money for the world to share.
Tom: Is there anywhere you'd like to go this summer vacation?
Mary: 51 Do you have anything in mind?
Tom: Well, some of us are thinking about going to Huangshan Mountains. Would you like to join us?
Mary : 52
Tom: Not very, but not cheap, either, around 600 yuan. If we go as a group, we can cut
Mary: OK. I'd love to go. 53
Tom: Me too. Besides, you'll be fascinated by the beautiful scenery there.
Mary: Really? I'm starting to feel excited about going already. 54 ?
Tom: Bring warm clothes. It gets chilly in the mountains, especially in the evening.
Mary : Anything else?
Tom: 55 Don't you want to take pictures of the mountains?
Mary: Sure. I want to take lots.