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9. When does the conversation probably take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 8 βϣش 10 12 ⣬ 10. Why can't Elaine Strong answer the phone? A. She's out for lunch. B. She's attending a meeting. C. She's talking with another customer. 11. What will the woman fax the man? A. Information on after-sales service. B. A picture of the newest computers.. C. A list of software products. 12. What is the man's telephone number? A. 560-1288. B. 560-2187. C. 560-1287. 9 βϣش 13 16 ⡣ 13. What's the relationship between the two speakers? A. Father and daughter. B. Husband and wife. C. Mother and son. 14. How does the woman feel about the snake show? A. Puzzled B. Satisfied. C. Frightened 15. What's the huge tent intended for? A. An evening show. B. A magic show. C. A snake show. 16. What does the woman want to have? A. A hamburger and a cup of tea. B. A hot dog and a cup of coffee. C. A hot dog and an ice cream. 10 βϣش 17 20 ⡣ 17. What is the island of Manhattan like? A. A long, wide island. B. A very small island. C. A long, narrow island. 18. What's the population of New York City? A. Less than seven million. B. More than seven million. C. Over eight million. 19. Where do a great many black Americans live in New York City? A. In Harlem. B. In Little Italy. C. In Chinatown. 20. What's the height of the tallest building in New York City? A. 411. 75 meters. B. 442 meters. C. 828 meters. ڵڵڵڵڵڵڵڵڵڣ,45ڣ һڵ( 15 С;ÿС 1 ֣ 15 ֣ ABCD ĸѡУѡ˿հ״ѡ 21. It seems quite difficult to find ______ most satisfying life partner. Well, you know, marriage is ______ lifelong business. A. a B. a a C. the D. the the 22. John, would you please keep an eye on our pet dog? We'll be out for a couple of hours. ______. It will be fine with me. A. It's my pleasure B. Never mind C. Go ahead D. Forget it 23. A positive attitude, ______ with willingness to seek appropriate help and exercising solid study habits will do much to determine how well you do in your studies.

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A. concluded B. combined C. conducted D. connected 24. Our new teacher speaks English fluently Yeah, she ______ English in Oxford University for four years! A. studied B. studies C. was studying D. had studied 25 ____ . I could say hello, the foreign guest turned around and went away. A. After B. Until C. While D. Before 26. This city has built an excellent ______ for its great success in hosting internationally famous sports events. A. regulation B. assumption C. restriction D. reputation 27. What is a good boss like? It's hard to say, but I think he ______ be responsible, determined and creative. A. can B. may C. should D. would 28. Out there, in the corner of the street, _____ in long, dirty clothes. A. a woman sat B. sat a woman C. sitting a woman was D. a woman was sitting 29. Who didn't attend the chemistry class and played football instead? ______ the naughty boys. A. It was B. They are C. There were D. That was 30. I've read many stories of Leifeng, ______ this is the most touching one. A. who B. of which C. of whom D. that 31. Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visited the US in February, warmly ______ when arriving at the airport. A. to welcome B. welcoming C. welcomed D. being welcomed 32. Country life gives me peace and quiet, which is ______ I can't enjoy while living in a big city. A. that B. what C. why D. where 33. General Manager of Walmart. com announced that viewers could watch shows and movies for free ______ watching advertising. A. in charge of B. in favor of C. in case of D. in exchange for 34. һWhat do you think of the Spring Festival Gala of the Dragon Year? To be frank, it didn't ______ me much. A. appeal to B. belong to C. occur to D. refer to 35. I want to make a kite to fly. ~ ______ You can easily buy one on the market. A. Why not? B. Good idea! C. Why bother? D. No way! ڶ( 20 С;ÿС 1.5 , 30 ֣ Ķ,Ӷĸĸѡ(ABC D)Уѡհ״ ѡ When I was 13 years old, I used to babysit (ʱķfor the lady next door. Every two 36 ____ she would pay me 80 dollars. I always looked forward to getting 37 ____ so I could go to the supermarket with my friends on Saturday and spend my money that 38 ____ me a fortnight to earn. One Friday evening I heard my mom on the phone with our neighbor and I heard her say a few words, Oh that is 39 ____ . After my mom 40 ____ off the phone, I asked what was wrong. She said that the neighbors had no 41 ____ in their house and that the lady didn't know what she

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was going to 42 ____ her daughter on. That night, her husband had spent all their money on gambling (IJand got 43 ____ after he came home 44 his wife asked for money to buy groceries. He began to 45 dishes out of the cupboards and threw them at the wall. So on top of not having any groceries, the lady had no dishes. I had a(n) 46 ____ . I asked my mom to drive me to McDonald's and I bought the lady and her daughter 47 ____ with the babysitting money she had given to me. After that, I asked my mom to take me to the store, 48 I bought the lady dishes and groceries with the 49 ____ of the babysitting money. When I knocked on the front door the lady gave me a big 50 ____ and told me how 51 ____ she was that I helped her. When Saturday came around, I didn't have any 52 ____ to go to the supermarket and do the shopping with my friends but I didn't 53 ____ because I felt great that I was able to 54 ____ this family. Since then we have moved away from the area. On three different occasions I have seen our neighbor and she 55 ____ tells me how thankful she is to me for doing so. 36. A. hours 37. A. charged 38. K afforded 39. A. impossible 40. A. got 41. A. food 42. A. give 43. A. tired 44. A. before 45. A. store 46. A. idea 47. A. shoes 48. A. where 49. A. amount 50. A. surprise 51. A. generous 52. A. money 53. A. miss 54. A. understand 55. A. hardly B. days B. paid B. took B. simple B. turned B. electricity B. feed B. hungry B. because B. keep B. trick B. books B. which B. rest B. hug B. curious B. time B. worry B. help B. sometimes C. weeks C. praised C. spared C. horrible C. showed C. clothes C. support C. angry C .if C. push C. result C. toys C. when C. number C. challenge C. puzzled C. energy C. care C. meet C. always D. months D. changed D. left D. wonderful D. went D. drinks D. raise D. anxious D. though D. pull D gift D. dinner D. why D. total D. blow D. grateful D. interest D. panic D. remember D. never

Ķ( 20 С;ÿС 2 , 40 ֣ Ķжģÿĸѡ(ABC D)Уѡѡ A The London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games announced the details of the lighting of the Olympic Flame and travel around the UK to be started in May. Organized by the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC)(ϣίᣩ the Olympic Flame will be ignited mid-morning on May 10 using the sun's rays at the Temple of Hera in Olympia in an hour-long ceremony among the historic ruins of the home of the ancient Games. From the Lighting Ceremony in Olympia, the HOC will take the Olympic Flame on an 8-day

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relay around Greece before arriving in Athens on May 17 for the official handover ceremony. During an early evening hour-long ceremony, the Olympic Flame will be handed over to a London 2012 representative. British Airways, the official airline partner of the London 2012 Games, will carry the Olympic Flame on board flight BA2012һ a golden aircraft from Athens into the UK on May 18. The Flame will arrive into the UK at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose on early evening of May 18. On the morning of May 19the Flame will then travel from RNAS to Land's End ready for the start of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay. The Olympic Flame will travel 8,000 miles across the UK to within 10 miles of 95 percent of the population^ 8,000 torchbearers (֣will carry the Olympic Flame for approximately 300 meters each, passing the Olympic Flame from torch to torch until it reaches the Olympic Stadium on the eve of 27 July. 56. The underlined word ignited in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ____. A. changed B. replaced C. lit D. kept 57. The official handover ceremony of the Olympic Flame will last ____. A. an hour B. one evening C. a week D. 8 days 58. We learn from the text that ____. A. the Olympic Flame relay will take place only in the UK B. the 2012 London Olympic torch relay will last over three months C. the Olympic Flame will travel from Greece to the UK by land D. most people in the UK needn't travel far to see the Olympic Flame 59. What is the best title for the text? A. Welcome to enjoy the 2012 London Olympic torch relay B. Olympic Flame lighting and UK arrival details announced C. The hard journey of Olympic Flame from home to London D. A brief introduction to the history of Olympic Flame relay B My writing career began ten years ago with my articles published locally and nationally. As a beginning writer, I was happy to be on my way, writing and learning as much as I could With two little kids underfoot, as well as working full-time, it was really difficult to make time for writing, but I managed Readers told me they laughed, cried or were inspired by my articles. But they didn't know what was really going on behind the typewriter. I was not a happy mommy, and found it difficult to enjoy the everyday little things in life. In short, I was not a happy person. I realized I had to make some changes. I started walking every morning. It cleared my head, allowed me time to think, gave me fresh air, and made me feel invigorated ( and healthy. I was eating wisely, and the weight started to go. I started a new job, joined a monthly writing chapterand was determined to keep up my walking. Finding the balance was sometimes difficult. But I was determined to fit in writing time because it made me happy. Sure I loved to watch the news and have my tea, but that wasn't what made me truly happy. My own happiness has shown through my family, my job performance and my attitude towards challenging situations. I again have readers telling me the effect my writing has had on them, with some able to get on with their own writing because of my articles. It was up to me to make it happenmy own happiness. One step at a time-one word at a time.

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And I did 60. What was a big challenge to the author according to the first paragraph? A. Writing good articles. B. Doing well at work. C. Finding time to write. D. Taking good care of children. 61. Why did the author start walking every morning? A. To be physically healthy. B. To get back to happiness. C. To have more energy for writing. D. To enjoy fresh early morning air. 62. What can we know about the author from the text? A. Her articles had a great effect on readers. B. She wasn't interested in watching TV news. C. She didn't enjoy making changes in her life. D. She couldn't find the balance between work and life. 63. What do you think is the theme of the story? A. Practice makes perfect. B. Well begun is half done. C. Time and tide wait for no man. D. Happiness lies in your own hand. C The earliest surviving Jane Austen's manuscript (ָ壩a handwritten draft for a book with the name of The Watsons that was never published sold for 993250 pounds in the Lon- don sale. The sale of The Watsons draft has provided a chance to have a deep understanding of how the author wrote it and her reworkings on it, which this manuscript uniquely displays. Probably written in 1804, the novel tells the story of Emma Watson, the youngest of four sisters who is raised by a wealthy aunt but then forced to return to her family while two of her sisters search for husbands. The novel is only a quarter complete but critic Margaret Drabble described it as a delightful and highly complete novel, which must surely have proved the equal of her other six novels, had she finished it. The Watsons contains themes found in other Austen's works and also displays her wisdom. The Watsons displays Jane Austen's unique writing style and the influence of this novel on her later works can clearly be seen. It was Austen's only literary work during the period between finishing Northanger Abbey in 1799 and starting Mansfield Park in 1811. It is not known why Austen abandoned the manuscript, though it was possibly related to her father's death in 1805. Besides the sale of The Watsons in the London sale, the earliest rules of soccer, part of the archive () o f the oldest football club in the world, Sheffield FC, sold for 881,250 pounds, which attracted many people. The Sheffield soccer sale included handwritten drafts from 1858 and the only existing copy of the printed "Rules, Regulations Laws of the Sheffield Football Club dating from 1859, two years after the club was formed. 64. According to the text, the value of the sale of The Watsons draft lies in ____. A. making more readers interested in the novel B making readers know the author's writing process C. making readers know the author's sad life better D. making readers know the story of the novel better 65. It can be inferred from what Margaret Drabble said that ____. A. most of the novel, The Watsons, had been finished

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B. Austen wrote seven novels at the same time C. Austen's father's death made her give up completing The Watsons D. it is a pity that The Watsons was not finished 66. Which is TRUE about The Watsons A. It was Austen's first novel. B. It was Austen's only literary work. C. The writing style in it influenced that in Northanger Abbey. D. It has similar themes to other Austen's works. 67. What character do the two sales share in common? A. Both of them have handwritten drafts. B. Both of them date back to the 18th century. C. Both of them were widely read at the same time. D. Both of them told us the reason for writing them. D There was a famous temple on a high hill in Assam. The priest (񸸣 this temple was widely of respected. When he grew old, he started searching for a younger priest to Replace him after his death. However? much to his disappointment ,he could not find any suitable person. As the priest lay on his deathbed, he called his assistant and told himAfter my death, make sure that only a 'human being replaces me as the priest of this temple. As soon as he said these words, he died. Information soon travelled far and wide. A day was set for the selection of the successor ( ߣ.That day, many people started coming to the temple. The route to the temple was full of thorns (and stones. By the time most people reached the temple, they had had cuts on their feet and hands. By afternoon, as the selection process was about to end, one young man walked slowly into the temple. The assistant noticed him and said"Young man, you are very late. The man replied, I know I am late, so I will not participate in the competition. But the assistant was curious to know about this man. He asked again, But how did you hurt yourself so badly? Didn't you follow the same route as the others? I did, replied the man, But I thought I must remove the thorns and sharp stones from the path so that when people come to pray in this temple they won't get hurt. Hearing this, the assistant smiled and said, "Congratulations, you have been chosen. This greatly annoyed the other participants. How can you choose him as he has not gone through any of the tests?they demanded. The assistant replied, Our old priest used to say that only a 'human being, knows how to watch for other people's interests. All of you climbed the same path. But only this man thought about the others and cleared the path so that no one would get hurt. By this definition (壩only he qualifies as a < human being and therefore only he should be the successor to the great old priest. 68. What happened immediately after the old priest died? A. The assistant took the old priest's position. B. Many people climbed to the temple to say goodbye to him. C. The assistant shut the temple and started mourning for the old priest. D. Word spread that there was an urgent need for the old priest's successor. 69. Why was the young man late for the competition? A. He had forgotten his way and thus had taken a longer route to the temple.

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B. He removed all the sharp stones and thorns from the path leading to the temple. C. He offered water to the other participants on their way to the temple. D. He had forgotten all about the competition in the morning. 70. How did the other participants react to the assistant's decision? A. They took it easy and learnt a lesson from the incident. B They praised the assistant for being so wise and fair. C. They got angry and opposed the assistant's decision. D. They felt ashamed of themselves and left immediately. 71. What was the old priest's definition of a "human being A. Someone who cares about other people's interests. B. Someone who succeeds in liffe and earns a lot of money. C. Someone who removes sharp stones that block the path. D. Someone who knows how to make other people enjoy life. E After 30 years of AIDS prevention efforts, global leaders may now need to change their focus to spending more on drugs used to treat the disease as new data shows this is also the best way to prevent the virus from spreading. The UN mainly took up the issue at the International AIDS Society meeting in Rome as it evaluated progress in fighting the disease. Guiding the meeting was completely new data that showed early treatment of HIV can cut its transmission to a sexual partner by 96 percent. "Now it is very clear that treatment is prevention and treatment is an important part of a combination strategy (),Now that we know this ,is this going to be enough encouragement to change around our policy? Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) said That could mean redirecting, or adding to, global spending on fighting AIDS, particularly how much is spent on education or other researches into antiretroviral drugs (ת¼ ҩthat allow patients to live with the controlled disease for many years. UNAIDS says at least $ 22 billion will be needed to fight with the disease by 2015, helping reduce 12 million new infections and 7. 4 million more deaths in the next decade. Globally, the number of people living with HIV rose to 34 million by the end of 2010, from 33. 3 million a year earlier. But in poorer countries, a majority of such patients were not receiving antiretroviral treatment. Fauci said he had already discussed this with policymakers and may make public his views . on needed policy changes at the meeting. "I don't think it's going to be one-size-fits-all Fauci said of the policy approach. "There is going to be certainly a difference between how things are looked at in the developing world and the developed world. Facing the situation, UNAlDS Executive Director Sidibe also said, As a patient with HIV, if you're lucky to be born in the North, you will not die from HIV. We need to have drugs which are not just for the rich market. 72. What has AIDS fight focused more on over the past 30 years? A. PreventionB. Test of drugs. C. Development of drugs. D. Treatment of the disease. 73. The International AIDS Society meeting in Rome was under the guidance of ______ . A. progress in AIDS fight

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B. AIDS prevention strategies C. researches into antiretroviral drugs D. new data about early treatment of HIV 74. The underlined word transmission in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ______ . A. concern B. spread C. limit D. challenge 75. What can we infer from the text? A. So far no effective AIDS drugs have been developed B. Most AIDS patients can't receive treatment worldwide. C. There exists inequality when it comes to AIDS treatment. D. The spread of AIDS has been brought under control in the North.
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