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第6题单选 You pay me the rest of the money when you can, or I can let you secondhand book_________ fifty cents.
A.to have, with
D.to get, by
第7题单选 Have you ever been to the museum_________ was built last year?
第8题单选 What upset the child was___________to visit his mother in the hospital.
A.his not to be allowed
B.him being not allowed
C.his not being allowed
D.him to be not allowed
第9题单选 The room_________often cleaned by the students.
第10题单选 Are you sure you don't have___________advice to give me? I really need
B.some ; any
第11题单选 __________, we had to take a taxi.
A.There was no bus
B.There being no bus
C.There is no bus
D.Being no bus
第12题单选 The Blacks demanded that their living and working conditions____.
C.should be improved
第13题单选 The Call of the Wild is__________to be one of Jack London's greatest works.
第14题单选 Her dog ran out of the yard _________ the old lady opened the gate.
第15题单选 Not until the early years of the 19th century __________ what heat is.
B.did man know
C.did not man know
D.man did know
第16题单选 The meeting___________.
A.is to put off
B.is going to put off
C.is to be put off
D.will put off
第17题单选 When we saw his face, we knew ___________was bad.
第18题单选 There are five language labs in this building. One is on the second floor and_________on the third floor.
第19题单选 ____a fine day，we decided to go out for a picnic.
第20题单选 This novel is worthy of_______.
Last Friday, after doing all the family shopping in the town, I wanted to have a rest before catching the rain. I 21 a newspaper and some chocolate and 22 into the station coffee shop. It was a cheap seff-service place with long tables to 23 at. I put my heavy bag down on the floor, 24 the newspaper and the chocolate on the table and then went to get a cup of coffee.
When I came back with the coffee, There was someone 25 in the next seat. 26 was a boy, with dark glasses and old clothes, and 27 bright red at the front. He had started to eat my chocolate!
Naturally, I was rather uneasy about him, but I didn't want to have any 28 I just
read the newspaper, tasted my coffee and took a bit of chocolate. The boy looked at me in
29 . Then he took a 30 piece of my chocolate. I could hardly believe it. Still I didn't say anything to him. When he took a third piece, I felt more angry than uneasy. I thought,"Well, I shall have the last piece. " And I got it.
The boy gave me a strange look, then 31 up. As he left, he shouted out, "There's
something 32 with that woman!" Everyone looked at me, 33 I didn't want to quarrel
with the boy, so I kept quiet. I did not realize that I had 34 a mistake until I finished my coffee and was ready to 35 . My face turned red when I saw my unopened chocolate under
the newspaper. The chocolate that I had been eating was the boy's!
In Melbourne, Australia, not long ago specialists gave advice on a patient's problem.
There's nothing unusual in that except that the patient was in the far west of New South Wales at the time. That's hundreds of miles from Melbourne. The heart disease experts were able to make their diagnosis after listening to the patient's heartbeat over the telephone.
They were testing a new device that can change readings of a patient's heartbeat into tone signals that can be sent by telephone. The device was designed in Australia. It is meant for use in areas far from large cities. Doctors in remote areas can take the heartbeat readings right in the patient's home. Then they can play them over a telephone line to specialists in larger centers. The doctor in the remote area is thus able to get an expert's opinion on the heart condition of his patient. Experiments with the device show that the whole process takes only a few minutes.
第36题单选 This article is mainly about a device for
A.preventing heart disease
B.sending medical information
C.moving heart patients
D.recording doctors' conversations
第37题单选 Doctors in remote areas sometimes need advice because they don't have __________.
A.any training in medicine
B.connections with telephone or telegraph offices
C.enough nurses and technicians to help them
D.the special knowledge needed to treat every condition
第38题单选 Which happens last?
A.The specialist makes his diagnosis.
B.The doctor goes to the patient's home.
C.The specialist gives the doctor his opinion.
D.The specialist hears the patient's heartbeat.
第39题单选 From the article we can conclude(得出结论)that Australia has a number of__________。
Many animals have an excellent sense of smell, which they use in hunting. On the other hand, their eyesight may be poor. Dogs, for example, have poor eyesight and no color vision. They see only shades of gray. But a dog's sense of smell is extraordinary.
The kind of dog known as Alastian has 220 million olfactory cells. Man has five million. Scientists believe that the Alastian is one million times better than man in finding out odors.
The human sense of smell, however, is really quite good. The average human being can distinguish more than 10000 different odors.
第40题单选 According to the passage, which of the following facts is not true?
A.Many animals have poor eyesight while their sense of smell is quite good.
B.Dogs are color blind.
C.The human sense of smell is not good.
D.Dogs can see no more than shades of gray.
第41题单选 The underlined word odor means a_______________.
第42题单选 Generally speaking, a man can tell __________ different odors.
B.more than 10 000
C.fewer than 10 000
D.no more than 10 000
第43题单选 The best title of the passage is__________.
A.The Human Sense of Smell
B.Dogs Have Poor Eyesight
C.Sense of Smell
D.Dogs Have Excellent Sense of Smell
Most people usually traveled by ship and train which are driven by steam engine. It played an important part in many kinds of vehicles several scores of years ago. Who invented steam engine and what units could be used to measure the power of engine?
he word " horse-power" was first used two hundred years ago. James Watt from a worker's family made the world first widely used steam engine. At first, he couldn't tell people how powerful it was, because there were no units at that time. Watt decided to find out how much work one strong horse could do in one minute. He named that unit one horse-power. In this way he could measure the work of his steam engine.
He discovered that a horse could lift a 3 300 - pound weight 10 feet into the air in one minute. His engine could lift a 3 300 - pound weight 100 feet in one minute. Because his engine did ten times as much work as the horse, Watt called it a ten horse-power engine.
第44题单选 The main idea of the passage is___________。
A.James Watt invented the steam engine
B.James Watt first used horse-power as a unit of measure
C.how much power does a horse have
D.why Watt's engine is called a ten horse-power engine
第45题单选 The story says that Watt made the first___________。
D.widely used steam engine
第46题单选 James Watt was born in___________。
A.a worker's family
B.a farmer's family
C.a teacher's family
D.a doctor's steam engine
Dinner customs are different around the world. If you are a dinner guest in Ghana, this information will help you a lot.
In Ghana dinner is usually from four in the afternoon to six in the evening. But there are
no strict rules about time. Whenever a guest arrives, a family offers food. When you go to a home, the person who receives guests takes you to the living room first. At this time everyone welcomes you. Then you go to the dining room. There you wash your hands in a bowl of water. All the food is on the table.
In Ghana you usually eat with your fingers. You eat from the same dish as everyone else. But you eat from one side of the dish only. It is not polite to get food from the other side of the dish. After dinner, you wash your hands again in a bowl of water.
Most meals in Ghana have a dish called fufu. People in Ghana make fufu from the powder of some plants. Sometimes they cut the fufu with a saw because it is very hard. You must chew fufu well, or you may get sick. You eat fufu with the fingers of your right hand only.
第47题单选 From the passage we know that in Ghana_________.
A.the rules for dinner time are not strict
B.dinner is always at six in the evening
C.a family offers food only at four in the afternoon
D.people usually invite their guests to dinner later in the evening
第48题单选 If you are a dinger guest in Ghana,the host(主人) always takes you to_________.
A.the dining room first
B.the living room first
C.the kitchen first
D.the garden first
第49题单选 People in Ghana usually eat_________.
A.from one side of a dish to the other
B.from the other side of the dish
C.with their fingers
D.with their spoons
第50题单选 In fact, most dishes in Ghana_________.
A.are cooked with the powder of some plants
B.have fufu in them
C.are too hard to eat
D.are very hard
Harry: I thought it was very interesting.
Tim : 52
Harry: Yes, didn't you?
Tim: Certainly not. 53
Harry: So you think you know more than he does.
Tim: Well, take coal for instance.
Tim: Coal won't become important again.
Harry: Why not?
Tim: It's too dirty. They won't be able to find people to work down coal mines in the ture.
Harry : 55
Tim: Nonsense. The only sort of power they'll use in the future is atomic power.