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1. — What would you like to have, meat or fish?
A. Either will do                      B. Yes, I like meat
C. Yes, I like fish                        D. No, they are not my favorite
2. — Thank you very much for giving me so much help.
A. No thank you                        B. You’re welcome
C. OK                              D. Thanks
3. — Must I be home before seven?
A. No, you needn’t                    B. No, you mustn’t
C. Yes, you will                       D. No, you won’t
4. — Would you rather come on Friday or Saturday?
A. Yes, of course                      B. No, thanks
C. It doesn’t matter                  D. Friday
5. — I doubt whether the Chinese Football Team can win the game this time.
A. That’s true                        B. It’s hard to say
C. I like the team                     D. I don’t believe it
6. — I believe we’ve met somewhere before.
— No, ____________________.
A. it isn’t the same                  B. it can’t be right
C. I don’t think so                       D. I’d rather not
7. — Oh dear! I’ve just broken a window.
— ___________! It can’t be helped.
A. Great                           B. Never mind
C. That’s fine                       D. Not at all
8. — I had a really good weekend at my uncle’s.
A. Oh, that’s very nice of you            B. Certainly
C. It’s a pleasure                        D. Oh, I’m glad to hear that
9. — Thank you ever so much for the book you gave me.
A. No thanks                       B. I’m glad you like it
C. Yes, it is good                     D. No, it’s not so good
10. — What day is today?
A. Today is March 25th                   B. Today is Saturday
C. Today is fine                       D. Today is cold
Mrs. Brown had a small garden behind her house, and in the spring she planted some vegetables in it. She looked after them carefully, and when the summer came, they looked very nice.
One evening Mrs. Brown looked at her vegetables and said, “Tomorrow I am going to pick them, and then we can eat them.”
But early the next morning, her son ran into the kitchen and shouted, “Mother, mother! Come quickly! Our neighbor’s ducks are in the garden and they are eating our vegetables”.
Mrs. Brown ran out, but it was too late! All the vegetables were finished! Mrs. Brown cried, and her neighbor was very sorry, but that was the end of the vegetables!
Then a few days before Christmas, the neighbor brought Mrs. Brown a parcel. In it was a beautiful, fat duck, and on it was a piece of paper with the words, “Enjoy your vegetables!”
11.  Where was Mrs. Brown’s garden?
A.  In front of her house.              B.  In the middle of her house.
C.  Behind her house.                   D.  On the left side of her house.
12.  What was she planning to do with the vegetables the next day?
A.  To feed ducks.                      B.  To sell them in a market.
C.  To throw them away.             D.  To pick them.
13.  Why did Mrs. Brown’s son shout the next morning?
A.  He saw their neighbor’s ducks in their house.
B.  The ducks ran out of the garden.
C.  He was afraid of the ducks.
D.  He saw their neighbor’s ducks eating their vegetables in the garden.
14.  What did Mrs. Brown do when she heard her son shouting?
A.  She ran out of the house.
B.  She still stayed in the house.
C.     She was shouting, too.
D.     She called her neighbor.
15.  What words were written on a piece of paper?
A.  Enjoy your vegetables.              B.  Thanks for your vegetables.
C.  Merry Christmas.                    D.  Happy birthday.
Our eating habits are very important for good health and a strong body. There are times when most of us would rather eat sweets and ice cream than meat and rice. Sweets and ice-cream are not bad for the stomach if we eat them at the end of a meal. If we eat them before a meal, they may take away our appetite (胃口). It is important for us to eat our meal at the same time each day. When we feel hungry, it is a sign that our bodies need food. When we feel angry or excited, we may not want to eat. When we are worried, we may not want to eat, either. A long time ago, in England, some judges used to decide whether a man was telling the truth by giving him some dry bread. If the man could not swallow the bread, it was a sign that he wasn’t telling the truth. He was telling a lie. Although this seems very strange and rather foolish, it is indeed an excellent way of finding out the truth. A man who is worrying about something has difficulty in swallowing anything dry. Because when he is worrying, he loses his appetite and does not want to eat.
16. We have to develop good eating habits because_________.
A. we want to eat more              B. we want to enjoy our meals
C. we want to be healthy and strong D. we want to save time
17. _______ may take away our appetite before we have our meal.
A. Either meat or rice              B. Neither sweets nor ice-cream
C. Not only meat but also rice      D. Both sweets and ice-cream
18. We had better have our meals_________.
A. when our work is over            B. at the same time each day
C. when the meal is still hot           D. when we go back home
19. A man who is angry has _________.
A. a better appetite                    B. a poor appetite
C. to eat more food                 D. to eat dry bread
20. The judges in old England considered that a man could________ if he told a lie.
A. swallow dry bread easily         B. eat a lot of dry bread
C. drink milk or hot water          D. hardly swallow dry bread
This library is an English language teaching and learning library. Unfortunately our resources are limited and so not everyone can join. Teachers of English, University students and professionals who are in the medical, engineering and managing fields can all join the library. Those from other professions are welcome to apply, but your application will not necessarily be approved. You must fill in a library application form, and put it in the box on the librarian’s desk. Because of the high number of applications we receive each week, you must wait one week. You may borrow one video at a time. The video must be returned in one week. If you can’t return it on time, please call. Otherwise your video library card will be cancelled. You may borrow three items at one time, that is, three books or three discs. All items must be returned within one month.
21.  Which of the following groups of people can join the library?
A. All teachers.                     B. High school students.
C. University students.             D. Army officers.
22.  Why can’t the library issue library cards to everyone who applied?
A. Because it takes too long to process all the applications.
B. Because its resources are limited.
C. Because there are not enough staff members.
D. Because it is a library for special purposes.
23.  What would the library do if a reader fails to return the video on time?
A. Ask him to apply again.          B. Cancel his video card.
C. Not approve his application.     D. Not allow him to borrow any items.
24.  How many items can be borrowed at one time?
A. 1.            B. 2.           C. 3.           D. 4.
25.  For how long can a reader keep a book before he returns it?
A. 1 month.     B. 2 months.        C. 1 week.      D. 2 weeks.
What will man be like in the future — in 5,000 or even 50,000 years from now? We can only make guesses, of course, but we can be sure that he will be different from what he is today, for man is slowly changing all the time.
Let us take an obvious example. Man, even five hundred years ago, was shorter than he is today. Now, on average, men are about three inches taller. Five hundred years is a relatively short period of time, so we may assume that man will continue to grow taller. Again in the modern world we use our brains a great deal. Even so, we still make use of only about 20% of the brain’s capacity (容量). As time goes on, however, we shall have to use our brains more and more, and finally we shall need larger ones! This is likely to bring about a physical change too: the head, in particular the forehead, will grow larger.
Nowadays our eyes are in constant use. In fact, we use them so much that very often they become weaker and we have to wear glasses. But over a very long period of time it is likely that man’s eyes will grow stronger.
On the other hand, we tend to make less use of our arms and legs. These, as a result, are likely to grow weaker. At the same time, however, our fingers will grow more sensitive because they are used a great deal in modern life.
But what about hair? It will probably disappear from the body altogether in course of time because it does not serve a useful purpose any longer. In the future, then, both sexes are likely to be bald.
Perhaps all this gives the impression that future man will not be a very attractive creature to look at! This may well be true. All the same, in spite of all these changes, future man will still have a lot in common with us. He will still be a human being, with thoughts and emotions similar to our own.
26.  The size of man’s forehead will probably grow bigger because _______.
A. he will use his brain more and more
B. he makes use of only 20% of the brain’s capacity
C. his brain has grown larger over the past centuries
D. he has not used 80% of the brain
27.  What is NOT true according to the text?
A. Man has been growing taller over the past 500 years.
B. Man has got stronger eyes now than he ever had.
C. Man’s hair will probably disappear.
D. Man’s arms and legs are likely to become weaker.
28.  What will be true about a human being in the future?
A. He will be hairless because hair is no longer useful.
B. He will have smaller eyes and will wear better glasses.
C. His fingers will grow weaker because he won’t use them.
D. He will think and feel in a different way.
29.  It is implied that __________________.
A. human beings will become more attractive in the future
B. body organs will become poorer if they are not used often
C. human beings hope for a change in the future life
D. future life is always predictable
30.  The passage mainly tells us that _______________.
A. man’s life will be different in the future
B. man is growing shorter
C. future man will look quite different from us now
D. human beings’ organs will not function properly
31. The police are________ the two missing children.
A. looking out       B. looking after    C. looking for          D. looking on
32. The red rose is her _____________.
A. favor         B. favorite     C. like             D. best
33. She never lost her _____________ for teaching.
A. enthusiasm        B. enthusiastic     C. engine               D. theme
34. Tom was very happy when his parents told him that they _____ back to America soon.
A. would come        B. will come        C. is coming            D. are coming
35.    He ______ more than 5000 English words when he entered the university.
A. has learned       B. had learned      C. would have learned   D. learned
36. I’ll never forget the day ______ I became a doctor.
A. which         B. when        C. of which         D. in that
37. The old woman next door is very keen _____________ growing roses.
A. at                B. on           C. with             D. to
38. He studied hard in his youth, _________ contributed to his great success in later life.
A. that          B. it           C. what             D. which
39. He’s determined to finish the job __________long it takes.
A. no matter     B. however      C. wherever         D. whatever
40. She was the only child in the family, but they didn''t ______ her.
A. hurt          B. damage       C. spoil                D. harm
41. For a successful business, friendly and _______ staff are essential.
A. lovely            B. hard             C. efficient            D. respective
42. The Web also provides an environment in which it is quick and easy to _________ ideas with colleagues.
A. change        B. exchange     C. trade                D. know
43. I don’t know why she avoids _______ her opinion on the subject.
A. to give           B. to be given      C. giving               D. being given
44. It _____John and Mary that helped me the other day.
A. has been      B. are          C. was              D. were
45. I do not intend to follow that, because we shall have an opportunity to do so on another ______.
A. occasion      B. situation        C. condition            D. environment
Homesickness is very common among students away from home — even those who had previously been away at overnight camp or traveled far away. There is a difference between being away from home for 8 weeks and being gone for 8 months. There is also a difference between  46  home for a while (knowing you will be going back) and leaving  47
(knowing you may never return). Feeling homesick does not make you less mature or mean you are not ready to be  48  . If you feel homesick, talk to your friends at school about it.  49  they are feeling the same way.  50   family and friends back home, but make sure you  51   new relationships at school. If your homesickness does not  52   and does not seem to be getting better after a few months at school, speaking with an adviser might help. Also, remember that going home for the first visit may be difficult  53   changes in yourself or your family. Old conflicts do not just disappear once you go to college, and new ones may  54  . Again, if things are too stressful for you  55  handle alone, talk to an adviser.
46. A. abandoning                            B. leaving
C. being away                            D. heading for
47. A. forever                               B. temporarily
C. for a short time                      D. all the time
48. A. yourself                          B. lonely
C. of your own                       D. on your own
49. A. Most likely                           B. It’s impossible
C. It’s lucky                           D. Make sure
50. A. Keep in touch with                   B. Contact with
C. Keep contact in                      D. Communicate
51. A. have built                           B. do
C. formed                           D. develop
52. A. go with                          B. go away
C. go over                          D. go through
53. A. thanks to                            B. because of
C. because                          D. resulting in
54. A. appear                               B. rise
C. raise                                D. grow
55. A. too                              B. so
C. to                                   D. not