Ⅰ.Vocabulary and Structure(10 points, 1 point for each)
1.I love my home-town______I spent my childhooD.
A. where B. which
C. when D. that
2.Once his curiosity______, he uses certain methods and procedures to obtain new knowledge and great understanding.
A. has aroused B. has arisen
C. has been aroused D. has been arisen
3.He______a happier life if he were living alone.
A. lived B. can live
C. would have lived D. could live
4.______ the moon moves round the earth is well knowen to all of us.
A. What B. That
C. Which D. As
5.He ______the 9∶20 train because he didn t leave home till 9∶25.
A. may not catch B. can catch
C. couldn t have caught D. could catch
6.If my project isn t______of by the headmaster all my work will have been wasted.
A. disapproved B. approved
C. disapproval D. approval
7.The fund was______for setting up a telecommunication system.
A. intended B. interrupted
C. interacted D. inserted
8.The children______well at the table yesterday.
A. expressed B. conducted
C. showed D. behaved
9.Your mind will______your reading speed if you ask it to.
A. pay attention to B. be alert to
C. keep up with D. be aware of
10.The reporter______wanted to ask her a few questions, no
t to make her angry.
A. merely B. suddenly
C. firstly D. finally
Ⅱ.Mistake Recognition(10 points, 1 point for each)
11.The Englishman could not Italian shook his head the waiter brought him .
12.The change of weather the death many animals.
13.Please a report the subjects .
14.Good reading habits like can help students and adults to be more .
15.The four major functions of money as exchange, a standard of value, a standard of payment, and a store of .
16. this way, the entire food chain might be by a change of a single .
17.It may be easier for you che
st pains than to risk out the truth, and having to deal with .
18.Thus an integrated image all the information in a single mental picture can help us a memory.
19.A few years ago the became orange juice and milk should never at the same meal.
20.Where we the summer holidays ?
Ⅲ.Reading Comprehension(20 points, 2 points for each)
Questions 21 to 23 are based on the following passage.
We often think of the future. We often wonder what the world will be like in a hundred years time. Think of space. Perhaps a permanent station on the moon will have been built. Perhaps people will be able to visit the moon as tourists.
Great progress will have been made in medicine, too. A cure for the common cold will have been found. The common cold is not a terrible disease, but it makes many of us unhappy. Perhaps a cure will have been discovered for the most terrible of all diseases-cancer. At present, cancer causes more deaths than any other disease.
Now let s think about the environment. In a hundred years time, pollution will
have been controlled. We ll have to find other cleaner sources of power, because
the world s mineral supplies will have been used up. All the world will have been developed-even Antarctica(南极洲). We ll have floating cities, and there will be cities under the sea.
Many people don t think about the future. When you mention it, they say,'I don t care. I ll be dead. ' But it is our duty to care because the world of a hundred years time will be the world of our children s children and their children after them.
21.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. A permanent station on the moon. B. Great progress in medicine.
C. Cleaner sources of power. D. Floating cities near Antarctica.
22.From the passage, we can safely say that the author is .
A. sad about the future B. happy about the future
C. worried about the future D. in different
to the future
23.Many people don t think about the future, because______.
A. they are dying
B. they will live on the moon
C. they think they will be dead then
D. they don t have any children
Questions 24 to 26 are based on the following passage.
There are many legal rights to make sure that people will be treated fairly when they are suspected or accused of a crime. Sometimes these rights are called 'due process of law'. In using these rights, a person should have the help of a lawyer.
You are protected against unreasonable searches and seizures(逮捕). Generally, the police may not search you or your home, or take things you own, without a 'warrant'. A warrant is a paper that states, very exactly, the place to be searched and the things to be taken. Sometimes, however, the police will not need a warrant to search you or your stuff. If an officer sees you committing a crime, or if he has good cause to believe you have committed a serious crime, he may arrest you and search you and the area right around you without a warrant.
If you invite a policeman without a warrant to come into your home and he finds proof of crime, the evidence may be used against you in court. If you do not want an officer to search you or your home and he does not have a warrant, tell him that you do not give him the right to search. However, if the officer will not listen, do not try to stop him. It is dangerous to resist and it may be illegal to do so. Any evidence which a policeman gets during an unlawful search and seizure cannot be used against you.
24.According to this article, a'warrant'is a ______.
A. name card B. name list
C. personal report D. legal document
25.If an officer sees you committing a crime,______.
A. he may not arrest you until he gets a warrant
B. he may arrest you without a warrant
C. he may not arrest you without a warrant
D. he must get a warrant before he arrests you
26.For an officer to search you
without a warrant he must have .
A. your permission B. a judge s approval
C. court paper D. a partner with him
Questions 27 to 30 are hased on the following passage.
There are two sides to the debate over animal rights. A large number of scientists are against the animal rights movement because they use animals in important scientific research. Many ordinary people believe that such research is necessary and beneficial. There are other people who wear fur coats and ivory(象牙), jewelry(珠宝)who are also against the movement. Many of these people believe that animals were put on the earth for use by humans and that we would be foolish not to use animals to increase our scientific knowledge and for food and clothing.
The main debate is over the use of animals in scientific research. Animals are used to help scientists understand diseases and to develop medicine and treatments to cure diseases. Smallpox(天花)and polio(小儿麻痹症)are two diseases that are almost gone from the earth because of medicines developed through animal research.
But people in the animal rights movement argue that animals are not just being used, they re being hurt. They describe how animals are often kept alone and frightened in dirty cages, how animals are given electric shocks or tied down, and how animals are injured to see the effects of the injury. Many in the movement believe that the research can continue, but the treatment of animals should improve. Others want the research on animals to stop.
27.What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Hunting animals is wrong.
B. Many people don t like animal research.
C. There are two different opinions about animal rights.
D. Why people don t like scientists.
28.The debate is over______.
A. how we should take care of animals
B. the treatment of animals in scientific research
C. how much pain an animal should have
D. why people don t like scientists
29.The two diseases that have been cured throu
gh animal research are .
A. colds and flu B. AIDS and smallpox
C. polio and flu D. smallpox and polio
30.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the third paragraph?
A. Animals are not given enough food.
B. Animals are injured.
C. Animals are kept it dirty cages.
D. Animals are given electric shocks.
Ⅳ.Cloze Test(10 points, 1 point for each)
In order to learn a foreign language thoroughly, four things are 31 . Firstly, we must be able to understand the language when we hear it 32 . Secondly, we must be able to speak it ourselves correctly, with confidence and 33 hesitation. Thirdly, we must be able to read the language. And fourthly, we must be able to write it. We must be able to 34 setences that are grammatically correct. We must know 35 to arrange sentences in paragraphs, so as to write a good letter and composition.
There is no easy way to 36 in language learning. A good memory is a good 37 ,but it is not enough simply to memorize rules in a grammar book. It is not much use 38 by heart long lists of words and 39 meanings. We must learn words not by themselves, but in sentences. We must learn by using the language. Practice is very important. We must practice speaking and writing the language 40 we can.
31. A. unnecessary B. necessary C. necessity D. necessarily
32. A. speak B. speaking C. spoken D. spoke
33. A. without B. with C. within D. during
34. A. compete B. compose C. complain D. compare
35. A. what B. when C. why D. how
36. A. success B. succeeding C. succeed D. successful
37. A. means B. help C. way D. method
38. A. learning B. learn C. learned D. has learned
39. A. its B. their C. it D. they
40. A. whatever B. whoever C. however D. whenever
Ⅴ.Word Spelling(10 points, 1 point for two words)
46.额外的，外加的；特别地 A. /aD.
Ⅵ.Word Form(10 points, 1 point for each)
61.In the traditional family. the children______(take care of)by the mother.
62.Scientifically______(mind)people believe in a 'cause-and-effect relationship'.
63.He seems______(make)little progress so far, and the doctor is very concerned about him.
64.Summer is the______(hot)part of the year, and at the same time we are the busiest in the town.
65.I m sure he______(leave)Tokyo by this time tomorrow.
66.They begin to have difficulty______(sleep)properly and start to suffer from radical mood changes.
67.It is suggested that the meeting______(hold)at some other time.
68.She advised me______(learn)from the experienced workers.
69.The only solution to the problem seems to be for the richer countries of the world to help the countries where the rainforests (locate).
70.No one likes a crybaby, and we disapprove of crying even in children,_ _ (discourage)it in them as early as possible.
Ⅶ.Translation from Chinese into English(15 points, 3 points for each)
Ⅷ.Translation from English into Chinese(15 points)
As money and emphasis on research and development have increased, one consequence is that research has taken on some of the aspects of big business.
Increased support for research and development has frequently clouded the difference between basic and applied research, and between these two activities and the engineering developments that grow from them.
In the process of rapid expansion of industrial and military technology, the critical importance of gaining fundamental new knowledge from research had tended to be obscured(掩盖)by the pressures of national security and the promotion of industrial growth, personal health, and national welfare. It is therefore not surprising that there is confusion over the differences between basic and applied research and uncertainty about the special part played by basic research in gaining fundamental new knowledge.