例：How much is the shirt？
A.￡l9.15. B.￡9.15. C.￡9.18.
1. What time is it now？
A. 9:10.B. 9:50.C. 10:00.
2. What does the woman think of the weather？
A. It's nice.B. It's warm.C. It's cold.
3. What will the man do？
A. Attend a meeting.B. Give a lecture.C. Leave his office.
4. What is the woman's opinion about the course？
A. Too hard.B. Worth taking.C. Very easy.
5. What does the woman want the man to do？
A. Speak louder.B. Apologize to her.C. Turn off the radio.
6. How long did Michael stay in China？
A. Five days.B. One week.C. Two weeks.
7. Where did Michael go last year？
A. Russia.B. Norway.C. India.
8. What food does Sally like？
A. Chicken B. FishC. Eggs
9. What are the speakers going to do？
A. Cook dinner. B. Go shopping. C. Order dishes.
10. Where are the speakers？
A. In a hospital.B. In the office.C. At home.
11. When is the report due？
A. Thursday.B. Friday.C. Next Monday.
12. What does George suggest Stephanie do with the report？
A. Improve it.B. Hand it in later.C. Leave it with him.
13. What is the probable relationship between the speakers？
A. Salesperson and customer. B. Homeowner and cleaner. C. Husband and wife.
14. What kind of department do the speakers prefer？
A. One with two bedrooms.B. One without furniture C. One near a market.
15. How much rent should one pay for the one-bedroom apartment？
A. $350. B. $400. C. $415.
16. Where is the apartment the speakers would like to see？
A. On Lake Street.B. On Market Street. C. On South Street,
17. What percentage of the world's tea exports go to Britain？
A. Almost 15%.B. About 30%.C. Over 40%.
18. Why do tea tasters taste tea with milk？
A. Most British people drink tea that way.
B. Tea tastes much better with milk.
C. Tea with milk is healthy.
19. Who suggests a price for each tea？
A. Tea tasters.B. Tea exporters.C. Tea companies.
20. What is the speaker talking about？
A. The life of tea tasters.B. Afternoon tea in Britain. C. The London Tea Trade Centre.
例: It is generally considered unwise to give a child ______ he or she wants.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
21.The research group produced two reports based on the survey, butcontained any useful suggestions.
A. allB. noneC. eitherD. neither
22.A common memory they all havetheir school days is the school uniform.
A. ofB. onC. toD. with
23.It was of Michael to inform us of his delay in case we got worried.
A. carelessB. considerateC. patientD. generous
24.The failure was a big to him, but he wasn't discouraged and soon got as enthusiastic as ever.
A. blowB. issueC. excuseD. factor
25.It is said that body language55 per cent of a first impression while what you say just 7 per cent.
A. lies inB. accounts forC. consists ofD. goes with
26.To my delight, Ifrom hundreds of applicants to attend the opening ceremony.
A. was chosenB. was being chosen C. would choose D. had chosen
27.—Sorry, Mum! I failed the job interview again.
—Oh, it's too bad. Youhave made full preparations.
A. mustB. canC. wouldD. should
28. more about Chinese culture, Jack has decided to take Chinese folk music as an elective course.
A. LearnB. LearnedC. To learnD. To be learning
29.—1 wonderMary has kept her figure after all these years.
—By working out every day.
A. whereB. howC. whyD. if
30.—Where is Peter？ I can't find him anywhere.
—He went to the library after breakfast and his essay there ever since.
A. wroteB. had writtenC. has been writing D. is writing
31. the students came from different countries, they got along quite well in the summer camp.
A. WhileB. UnlessC. SinceD. Until
32.Human life is regarded as part of nature and, as such, the only way for us to survive is to live ____nature.
A. in view ofB. in need of C. in touch with D. in harmony with
33.In recent years an English word "infosphere" has appeared, _______the sense of “information” and " atmosphere".
A. combineB. combined C. combing D. being combined
34.China Today attracts a worldwide readership,_______ shows that more and more people all over the world want to learn about China.
A. whoB. whomC. thatD. which
35.—Hi, Dr Brown! I'm a little early. Should I wait outside？
A. That's right B. My pleasure C. Come on in D. Take it easy
One of the easiest things in the world is to become a fault-finder. However, life can be 36 when you are not busy finding fault with it.
Several years ago I 37 a letter from seventeen-year-old Kerry, who described herself as a world-class fault-finder, almost always 38 by things. People were always doing things that annoyed her, and 39 was ever good enough. She was highly self-critical and also found fault with her friends. She became a really 40 person.
Unfortunately, it took a horrible accident to change her 41 Her best friend was seriously hurt in a car crash. What made it almost 42 to deal with was that the day before the 43 , Kerry had visited her friend and had spent the whole time criticizing her 44 of boyfriends, the way she was living, the way she related to her mother, and various other things she felt she needed to 45 It wasn't until her friend was badly hurt that Kerry became 46 her habit of finding fault. Very quickly, she learned to appreciate life rather than to 47 everything so harshly ( 刻薄) . She was able to transfer her new wisdom to other parts of her 48 as well.
Perhaps most of us aren't as extreme at fault-finding, 49 when we're honest, we can be sharply 50 of the world. I'm not suggesting you 51 problems, or that you pretend things are 52 than they are, but simply that you learn to allow things to be as they are— 53 most of the time, and especially when it's not a really big 54 .
Train yourself to "bite your tongue" , and with a little 55, you'll get really good at letting things go. And when you do, you'll get back your enthusiasm and love for life.
46.A.aware ofB.afraid ofC.curious aboutD.confused about
53.A.at leastB.at lastC.by farD.so far