一、单选题 (共 30 道试题,共 60 分)
1.The experiment involves _____ on some mice.
B.to be operating
2.Would you like _______ to eat ?
3.There is no difference from his__
4.I think it unnecessary to go back there, _____we have visited these places.
D.in order to
5.His father is the British_____ to Japan.
6.He had really been a sociable type, so he is not accustomed to_____.
7.As a party member, one should try to his duty.
8.My_____ to this problem is quite different from his.
9.The room is too small. There’ s no enough ________for another desk.
10.________ I close the window? It’s so cold here.
11.Though a kid, he has been of doing many things.
12.Could you _______ me your bike? Mine is broken. –Sure. It’s there.
13.Would you please ______ it again like that?
C.not to read
14._______ cold it is today！
15.I ________a very interesting programme on the radio this morning.
16.It suddenly _____to her that she might adopt a homeless child.
17.The low salary is her_____reason for leaving the job.
18.We supply every_____ for traveling.
19.Everybody should be of the importance of environment protection.
20.I am anxious about leaving Jimmy _____ in the house.
21.He has won wide _____ in the field of occupational medicine.
22.I have all the information relevant_____ the negotiation.
23._________ mother is a worker.
A.Mary’s and Mike’s
B.Mary’s and Mike
C.Mary and Mike’s
D.Mary and Mike
24.Not until recently did I _____the college life.
D.get used to
25.I told them I was perfectly ________ to help if they asked.
26.He has never visited the Great Hall of the people, _________?
27._______ me carefully, boys and girls. Can you _____ me clearly?
A.Listen to, hear from
B.Listen to, hear
C.Hear, listen to
28.I want to_____ to act as nurse to fight against SARS.
29.After the bell rang, the teacher began to pass _____ papers to the anxiously waiting students.
30._____ all her other qualifications. Mary was an excellent cook.
A.in addition to
二、阅读理解 (共 4 道试题,共 40 分)
33.One Sunday morning, I decided to buy a computer to use for school. I went to the biggest store in town, which sold all kinds of computers. There were so many computers there that I didn’t know how to choose a right one.
“Hi! What can I do for you?” A young man greeted me with a sweet smile. He looked like not a salesman but a student like me. I sensed a strange feeling—as if I had met him before. He began patiently showing me each model. With his help, I decided to buy one computer with enough functions at a very low price. I enjoyed this shopping experience because of his smile. A few months later, something was wrong with my computer. I went back to the store to have it fixed. When I arrived there, what I saw first was still his smile. As soon as I told him my problem, he comforted me immediately and tried his best to solve the problem for me. I was quite grateful to him for his sweet smile and good service.
When I went back to school, his smile often appeared in my mind. I don’t know whether we’ll meet each other again, but his sweet smile will stay there in my memory and deep in my heart. Smiling is the most peaceful language in the daily life.
(1).After reading the story, we can know that the writer is a _________.
(2).According to the passage, why was the writer grateful to this salesman?
A.Because the salesman showed the writer how to use the computer correctly.
B.Because the salesman recommended the computer with enough functions.
C.Because the salesman recommended the cheapest computer.
D.Because the salesman gave the writer his sweet smile and good service.
(3).What does the writer mainly want to tell us in the story?
A.The way to use a computer correctly.
B.The way to choose a right computer.
C.The importance of smiling in the daily life.
D.The importance of computers in the daily life.
37.Spiderman is one of the most famous comic book heroes of all time．He was created by Stan Lee in 1963 and was first introduced to the world in the pages of Marvel comic books．
Spiderman’s story is the story of Peter Parker，a child who lost his parents and lives with his aunt and uncle．Peter is a shy，quiet boy wearing glasses and has few friends．One day，on a high school class trip to a science lab，he gets bitten by a special spider．Soon Peter realizes he has amazing powers：he is as strong and quick as a spider and also has a type of sixth sense．He no longer needs his glasses and he can use his super power to fly through the city streets! Remembering something his Uncle Ben has told him，that“ with great power，there must also come great responsibility，”Peter decides to use his powers to fight enemies who do cruel things to people．And so，Spiderman is born．
Life is not easy for Peter even though he is a superhero．He is in love with Mary Jane but cannot tell her about his amazing powers．Besides，his best friend Harry hates Spiderman! Peter is also short of money and time．He has to sell photos of Spiderman (himself!) to a newspaper and he keeps losing his other jobs because he’s so busy saving people! Yet he has to fight different kinds of cruel enemies．
(1).Who created Spiderman?
(2).What happened to Peter Parker after he was bitten by the spider?
A.He was sick．
B.He developed spider-like powers．
C.He could not see with his eyes．
D.He became a spider．
(3).What does“with great power，there must also come great responsibility”mean?
A.Powerful people should have a responsibility to do good．
B.Powerful people can do whatever they like．
C.Powerful people are to blame for all the bad things that happen．
D.People with power are always good．
(4).In what areas does Peter have problems that are similar to normal people?
42.Doctor Seuss was born in 1904. By the middle 1950s, he had become one of the best-loved and most successful children’s book writers in the world. His books are very popular with young readers. They enjoy the invented words and the pictures of unusual funny animals and plants.
In 1954, life magazine published a report about school children who could not read. The report said many children’s books were not interesting. Doctor Seuss strongly hoped to help children and decided to write books that were interesting and easy to read. He used words with the same ending sound, like fish and wish. He did not receive training in art. Yet, he drew the pictures for most of his books.
In 1957, Dr. Seuss wrote The Cat in the Hat. He used less than 230 words to write the book and even a six-year-old should be able to read it. It was a fun story and easy to read. Children loved it. Their parents loved it, too. Today it is still one of the stories they like best. The success of The Cat in the Hat made him want to write more books for children. In 1960, he wrote a book using less than fifty words. The book is called Green Eggs and Ham.
In 1984, Doctor Seuss won a Pulitzer Prize. He was honored for the education and enjoyment his books provided American children and their parents.
He died at the age of 87, but his influence remains. Millions of his books have been sold worldwide. People say his books helped change the way American children learned to read. Yet, his books are loved by people of all ages. Doctor Seuss once said, “I do not write for children. I write for people.
(1).Doctor Seuss learned from the magazine that _______.
A.some school children could not read
B.many children’s books were interesting
C.children wanted to learn to read
D.a writer for children was wanted
(2).People like his books because the books ______.
A.were written with invented words
B.were written in different languages
C.are easy and interesting to read
D.are cheap and easy to get
(3).He wrote the book The Cat in the Hat at the age of _____.
(4).Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A.The Cat in the Hat was written only for six-year-old children.
B.His books provided education and enjoyment for Americans.
C.Doctor Seuss wrote books only for children in the United States.
D.Doctor Seuss wrote Green Eggs and Ham with over 230 words.
(5).From the text we know that Doctor Seuss __________.
A.wrote the largest number of books in the world
B.won a Pulitzer Prize soon after his death
C.sold millions of his books himself worldwide
D.changed American children’s way of reading
47.Once upon a time, a young man was standing in the middle of the town announcing that he had the most beautiful heart in the world. A large crowd gathered, and they all praised his heart for it was perfect.
Suddenly, an old man appeared and said, “Why, your heart is not as beautiful as mine.”
The old man’s heart was full of scars. Some pieces of his heart were removed and some pieces from other people were put in, but they didn’t fit quite right. So there were several jagged（锯齿状的）edges. In fact, there were still some holes in his heart where the pieces were missing.
The young man laughed, “Comparing yours with mine, mine is perfect and yours is a mess.”
“Yes,” said the old man. “But, every scar shows that I took out a piece of my heart and gave it to a person, and often he gave me a piece of his heart in return.”
“Why do you have some jagged edges in your heart?” asked the young man. “Because the shapes of the pieces weren’t the same.” “Then the holes?” “Sometimes I gave pieces of my heart away, and the other person hasn’t given back a piece of his, so … but I don’t care.” “How come?” “They remind me of the love we shared.”
The young man was deeply moved. He walked up to the old man, took a piece of his heart out and gave it to the old man.
The old man placed it in his heart, then took a piece from his old scarred heart and placed it in the wound in the young man’s heart. It fitted, but not perfectly, as there were some jagged edges.
The young man looked at his heart, not perfect any more but more beautiful than ever.
How sad it must be to go through life with a whole untouched heart!
(1).The young man stood in the town to _____.
A.show his beautiful heart
B.meet the old man
C.give pieces of his heart to others
D.compare his heart with others’
(2).It’s clear that the old man was _____.
A.a well-known man
B.a silly man
C.a kind-hearted man
D.a humorous man
(3).We learn from the story that in the end the young man was _____.
(4).The old man said“… but I don’t care” means _____.
A.he didn’t think it serious
B.he didn’t feel pain
C.he didn’t expect others’ return
D.he cared nothing
(5).We can get more beautiful hearts by sharing _____