中国医科大学《I交际英语》复习题

作者: 奥鹏周老师 分类: 中医大 发布时间: 2019-07-12 22:22

I 交际英语
1.—What's the problem with your bike? — _______
A. Nothing serious.     B. Not at all. C.Sure.   D. Good, thank you.
2.—________. — He teaches physics in a school.
    A. Who is your father?                B. What is your father doing?
    C. What does your father do?       D. Where is your father now?
3. — How is your study, Bob?   —______
A. It’s all right.                                 B. I’m fine. Thank you.
C. Every thng goes well.               D. There is no problem.
4. — Excuse me, ______ where Main Street is?  
   — Turn left at the second light and then go straight for two blocks.
A. tell me                                     B. you should tell me  
C. can you tell                            D. can you tell me
5. — Good-bye for now. — ______.
A.The same to you                               B. That’s OK        
C. See you                                            D.Long time no see.
6. —What do you think of this novel?  —__________
A. I’ve read it.                                     B.   It’s well-written.
C. I bought it yesterday.                        D. It was written by my uncle.
7. — May I see your tickets, please?  —____.
A. Sure                                 B. No, you can't.   
C. No, they are mine.              D. Yes, you can.
8. —I’m leaving for London tomorrow, Jane. — __________.
A.       Take your time.                   B. All the best!      
C. That’s it.                             D. It doesn’t matter.
9. — Good-bye for now. — ______.
A. See you  B. That’s OK   C. The same to you     D.Long time no see.
10. —What do you think of this film?  —__________
A. I’ve seen it.                                     B. It’s well-directed.
C. I directed it yesterday.                      D. It wasdirected by my uncle.
11. Do you mind if I close the window?  — ____.
A. Yes, please   B. No, please    C. Sure, please        D.I don’t like it.
12. — What a beautiful dress you have on today! —_________.
A. It is suitable for me                        B. No, it isn’t.
C. You want to have one, too?             D. Thank you.
13. —________?   — He teaches physics in a school.
A. What does your father do                     B. Who is your father
C. What is your father doing               D. Where is your father now
14.   —Is that seat taken?  — ________
A.    Please don't worry.                             B. I don't think so.
C.  Why not?                                    D. It's very nice.
15. — Thank you for your invitation.  —__________
A. It doesn't matter.                                   B.It's a pleasure.
C. It's a small thing.                                   D. I'll appreciate it.
16. —Who’s ______? — This is Tom.
A. speaks        B. spoken       C. speaking            D. saying
17. —________?   — He teaches physics in a school.
A. What does your father do                     B. Who is your father
C. What is your father doing               D. Where is your father now
18.   — Thanks for your help.  —___________.
A.    My pleasure.                       
B.    Never mind.
C.    Quite right.                                
D.    Don’t thank me.
19.   — ________. He teaches physics in a school.
A.    What does your father do?   
B.    Who is your father?
C.    What is your father doing?          
D.    Where is your father now?
20.   —What’s the problem with your bike?  —___________.
A.    Not at all.                           
B.    Good, thank you.
C.    Nothing serious.          
D.    Sure 
II 阅读理解
Passage 1
When choosing a career, one of the things you must consider is your interests. Why then do so many people not even think about their hobbies when a hobby is an interest? Perhaps it's because even Webster's Dictionary1 defines a hobby as "a pursuit outside one's regular occupation". Maybe this is a rule you should break. After all, no one ever said your hobby had to stay separate from your occupation.  The combination of interest and skill are very compelling reasons to choose a particular career.
"Who's going to hire someone who loves making jewelry?" you may ask yourself. Good question. Don't wait for someone to hire you. Start your own business. That may be the best way to incorporate your hobby into your career.  Before you go forward with your plans, though, you should find out whether being an entrepreneur is for you.
Let's say you determine that running a small business isn't for you. You can still turn your hobby into a career, but you may have to get some formal training. Let's say the person who loves making jewelry. He or she may know the latest jewelry styles, has an understanding of what styles look good on different people, and is skilled in using the tools of the trade. A number of options exist for that person. He or she could go to school to learn how to be a jewelry designer or learn to become a jeweler by taking courses at a trade school or by learning on the job.
When you attempt to turn your hobby into a career, don't forget to do your homework. Be sure to research your career choice thoroughly. There may be aspects of it that just aren't for you. In that case, stick to your day job, and save your hobby for your free time.
1. What does the author mean by saying “maybe this is a rule you should break” in Para.2?
A.It’s the rule defined by Webster’s Dictionary.
B. A hobby can be turned into a career.
C. You must consider your interests.
D. You should pursue hobbies outside your regular occupation.
2. What does the phrase “separate from” mean in Para.2?
A. not joint     B. independent       C. unrelated    D. not together             
3. What may you do if you haven’t got hired?
A. You may give up your hobby.  
B. You may continue to find chances to be hired.
C. You may wait for someone to hire you.
D. You may run your own business.
4. What do you have to do if you still want to combine your hobby with your business, even though you know that running a business isn’t fit for you?
A.You have to make a right decision.  
B. You have to know clearly who you are.  
C. You have to receive some formal training.
D. You have to find the ways of benefiting more from your hobby.
5. What should be your choice in the author’s opinion if so many aspects of your hobby aren’t suitable for you?
A. You should quit your hobby.  B. You should pursue a new hobby.
C. You should do your job in the daytime and take up your hobby in your leisure time.
D.    You should research your career choice completely.
Passage 2
Community service is an important component of education here at our university. We encourage all students to volunteer for at least one community activity before they graduate. A new community program called One On One helps elementary students who’ve fallen behind. Your education majors might be especially interested in it because it offers the opportunity to do some teaching, that is, tutoring in math and English.
You’d have to volunteer two hours a week for one semester. You can choose to help a child with math, English, or both. Half-hour lessons are fine, so you could do a half hour of each subject two days a week. 
Professor Dodge will act as a mentor to the tutors — he’ll be available to help you with lesson plans or to offer suggestions for activities. He has office hours every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. You can sign up for the program with him and begin the tutoring next week. 
I’m sure you’ll enjoy this community service and you’ll gain valuable experience at the same time. It looks good on your resume, too, showing that you’ve had experience with children and that you care about your community. If you’d like to sign up, or if you have any questions, stop by Professor Dodge’s office this week.
1.  What is the purpose of the talk? ____________ 
A. To explain a new requirement for graduation.
B. To interest students in a new community program
C. To discuss the problems of elementary school students. 
D. To recruit elementary school teachers for a special program. 
2. What is the purpose of the program that the speaker describes? ____________ 
A. To find jobs for graduating students. 
B. To help education majors prepare for final exams.
C. To offer tutorials to elementary school students.
D. To provide funding for a community service project.
3.  What does Professor Dodge do? ____________ 
A. He advises students to participate in certain program.
B. He teaches part-time in an elementary school. 
C. He observes elementary school students in the classroom.
D. He helps students prepare their resumes.
4.  What should students who are interested in the tutorials do? ____________ 
A. Contact the elementary school.      B. Sign up for a special class.
C. Submit a resume to the dean.        D. Talk to Professor Dodge.
5.  Whom do you think the speaker addresses? ____________ 
A. Faculty.   B. Students.  C. Residents   D. Graduated students.
Passage 3
Laws have been written to govern the use of American National Flag, and to ensure proper respect for the flag. Custom has also governed the common practice in regard to its use. All the armed services have precise regulations on how to display the national flag. This may vary somewhat from the general rules. The national flag should be raised and lowered by hand. Do not raise the flag while it is folded. Unfolded the flag first, and then hoist it quickly to the top of the flagpole. Lower it slowly and with dignity. Place no objects on or over the flag. Do not use the flag as part of a costume or athletic uniform. Do not print it upon cushions, handkerchief, paper napkins or boxes. A federal law provides that the trademark cannot be registered if it comprises the flag, or badgers of the US. When the flag is used to unveil a statue or monument, it shouldn’t serve as a covering of the object to be unveiled. If it is displayed on such occasions, do not allow the flag to the ground, but let it be carried high up in the air to form a feature of the ceremony. Take every precaution to prevent the flag from soiled. It should not be allowed to touch the ground or floor, nor to brush against objects.
1. How do Americans ensure proper respect for the national flag?  
A. By making laws.           B. By enforcing discipline.   
C. By educating the public.     D. By holding ceremonies.
2. What is the regulation regarding the raising of the American National Flag?      
A. It should be raised by soldiers.        
B. It should be raised quickly by hand.   
C. It should be raised only by Americans.  
D. It should be raised by mechanical means. 
3. How should the American National Flag be displayed at an unveiling ceremony? 
A. It should be attached to the status.       
B. It should be hung from the top of the monument. 
C. It should be spread over the object to be unveiled.  
D. It should be carried high up in the air.    
4. What do we learn about the use of the American National Flag?  
A. There has been a lot of controversy over the use of flag.  
B. The best athletes can wear uniforms with the design of the flag.
C. There are precise regulations and customs to be followed. 
D. Americans can print the flag on their cushions or handkerchiefs.
5. What is Americans’ attitude towards their National Flag? 
A. Arbitrary.       B. Respect.      C. Happy.      D. Brave. 
Passage 4
Sixteen-year-old Maria was waiting in line at the airport in Santo Domingo. She was leaving her native country to join her sister in the United States. She spoke English very well. Though she was very happy she could go abroad, she was feeling sad at leaving her family and friends. As she was thinking all about this, she suddenly heard the airline employee asking her to pick up her luggage and put it on the scales(称). Maria pulled and pulled. The bag was too heavy and she just couldn’t lift it up. The man behind her got very impatient. He, too, was waiting to check in his luggage.
      ―What’s wrong with this girl? He said, ―Why doesn’t she hurry up? He moved forward and placed his bag on the counter, hoping to check in fist. He was in a hurry to get a good seat. 
Maria was very angry, but she was very polite. And in her best English she said,―Why are you so upset? There are enough seats for everyone on the plane. If you are in such a hurry, why can’t you give me a hand with my luggage?
The man was surprised to hear Maria speak English. He quickly picked up her luggage and stepped back. Everyone was looking at him with disapproval.
1. Maria’s story happened ________. 
A. when she was leaving America B. on her way back to Santo Domingo
C. before she left the USA                D. when she arrived at the airport 
2. You believer that the work of the airline employee mentioned in the story is to _______ at the airport. 
A. help carry people’s luggage         B. ask people to pick up the luggage
C. check people’s luggage             D. take care of people’s luggage 
3. ―Why are you so upset? Maria said to the man. She wanted to tell him that he should not be _______. 
A. surprised         B. sad           C. unhappy        D. sorry
4. ―Everyone was looking at him with disapproval. This sentence means that the people around felt _______. 
A. worried about Maria                       B. worried about the man
C. sorry for Maria’s manners                  D. sorry for the man’s manners 
5. The author mentioned Maria’s age at the beginning of the story in order to show that _________. 
A. she was young but behaved properly  
B. she would not have left home alone
C. everyone around her was wrong    
D. it was not good that nobody offered to help her
Passage 5
Dear Professor Liu,
Please accept my greeting from New York. I am just beginning my graduate   studies here at this university. It is the third week of classes now. My roommate, Tom, is also a graduate student like me. He is studying biology (生物学). He is from Houston. We are now on good terms.
Our dormitory is well equipped (配备). There are all kinds of electric home appliances. But we don't have a TV set. I am going to buy one this afternoon. The view on the window is pleasant, and the weather is hot in the summer right now. It is about 38 degrees outside the room. But we have air conditioning in the room, so I feel OK.
How are you getting on? Are you still working on your paper now?
Please say "Hello" to those who have taught me. I miss all of you very much.
Love
Wang Hui
1. Wang Hui is writing to her former teacher.
A.T                                     B.F
2. From the passage, we know that Wang Hui is a new graduate student in New York.
A.T                                     B.F
3. Tom is from Houston.
A.T                                     B.F
4. Wang Hui thinks her dormitory is too big.
A.T                                     B.F
5. Wang Hui is going to move to another room.
A.T                                     B.F
Passage 6
There was once an ant that was very thirsty. It ran here and there looking for some water but could not find any. When the ant was almost ready to die of thirst, then suddenly a large drop of water fell on it. The ant drank the water, which saved its life. The water was actually a tear from a young girl who was crying. Because of her sadness, the tear had magical qualities and suddenly the ant could speak the language of human beings.
The ant looked up and saw the young girl sitting in front of a huge pile of seeds. 'Why are you sad?' asked the ant.'
I’m the prisoner of a giant.' the girl told the ant. 'He won't let me go until I’ve made three separate heaps of grain, barley (大麦)and rye (黑麦)out of this huge pile of seeds in which they are all mixed together.'
'That will take you a month!' the ant said, looking at the huge pile of seeds.
'I know.' the girl cried, 'and if I haven't finished by tomorrow, the giant will eat me for his supper!'
'Don't cry' the ant said, 'my friends and I will help you.'
Soon thousands of ants were at work, separating the three kinds of seeds.
The next morning, when the giant saw that the work had been done, he let the girl go. Thus it was one of her tears that saved her life.
1. The ant was playing when it ran here and there.
A.  T                                             B.  F
2. The drop of water fell on the ant when it was nearly dying.
A.  T                                                      B.  F
3 The young girl was crying because she wanted to have supper.
A.  T                                              B.  F
4. The giant would eat the girl if she failed to do the work.
A. T                                                        B.  F
5. The ant's friends saved the girl's life.
A. T                                                        B.  F
Passage 7
Simple Habits to Help You Become Happier
Eat Bananas
It’s no doubt that this fruit is “top banana” when it comes to triggering happiness2. Not only is this super food cost-effective and abundant year-round, it is also simple and portable for when you need it the most. Eating one banana can calm your body and mind while giving you the right amount of energy and brain power to face the day.
Volunteer
Lending a helping hand is a reward in itself. Using your skills and expertise to assist the less fortunate can boost your happiness. After all, you’ve accomplished something for the greater good. Start small and maybe prepare a meal for your elderly neighbors or volunteer to cook and serve dinner at a local soup kitchen. Bringing some life and light back into someone’s life and seeing their happiness and gratitude is contagious.
Enjoy Friendship
Laughter is one of the best prescriptions for daily happiness. Find a group of friends and enjoy a distraction-free evening reminiscing and talking about your lives together. Avoid gossip and venting about problems that plague you. Keep in mind that often your friends know you well enough to give you sound advice. Take it and then let the conversation shift to something more lighthearted.  
Plan Your Day
Plan your meals a week in advance and cook ahead on the weekends. Each evening, set aside a few minutes to ready clothing and items that you need for the next day. Keeping your own needs in mind is a great way to stay organized and in control of your life so you can enjoy each moment.
Turn off the TV
The temptation to turn on the TV for “noise” or to relax can actually be harmful to your health and your happiness. Don’t turn on the TV while you’re doing something pleasurable and relaxing, like cooking or spending time with your family. These activities deserve your focus and will reduce your stress levels, if you aren’t multitasking. Turn off the TV and give yourself some reflective time to read a book or play a game with your family.
You don’t need to change your entire life to find happiness. Start with these simple habits that can help refocus your mind on what is important and increase the joy you find in everyday living.
1. Banana is the top fruit that can cause the happening of happiness.
A.    T                                               B. F
2.  Helping others and seeing their happiness can make you happy.
A.    T                                               B. F
3. Your friends can not give you sound advice before they know you well.
A.    T                                               B. F
4.    Having TV on in the background can decrease our stress level.
A.    T                                               B. F
5.    Simple habits play little role in finding happiness in everyday life.
A.    T                                               B. F
Passage 8
What comes to mind when we speak of cultural exports from China to the United States? Bruce Lee, the giant panda, or kung fu?
Without a doubt, these cultural symbols are successful exports of Chinese culture, but another form of Chinese culture widely known in the US is Chinese cuisine. Many types of local snacks, all deeply loved in China, are taking over the streets of America. Some were modified to suit to Americans' tastes, while others retain the traditional taste of China.
Here are just some of them.
Pai huang gua (smashed cucumbers)
In a report titled Smashed cucumber salad takes Manhattan, The New York Times praised the method of smashing cucumbers in making salads as a completely new way to eat a cucumber.
Rou jia mo (Chinese hamburger)
Rou jia mo, which translates as "meat placed between bun", has a similar recipe to hamburgers, consisting of chopped meat inside a bun.
Egg Rolls
The term egg roll often refers to a variation of fried spring rolls in China, only the wrap is thicker, the entire form bigger, and it doesn't have much to do with eggs. Egg rolls are often served as appetizers in the US, just as spring rolls are in China.
1. Chinese cuisine is one form of the cultural exports from China to the United States.
       A. T                                                         B. F
2. Many local snacks, which are popular in China, are also popular in America.
      A. T                                                         B. F
3. Pai huang gua, rou jia mo and egg rolls are all quite popular in the United States.
       A. T                                                         B. F
4. There is no similarity between rou jia mo and hamburger.
       A. T                                                         B. F
5. Egg rolls re often served as dessert in the US.
       A. T                                                        B. F
III 词汇与结构
1.        Tom didn't feel like ____to the cinema on week days.  
A. going       B. goes                  C. to go                D. went
1.        Twenty people were       ______ wounded in the air crash.
A. quickly     B. wrongly           C. bitterly              D. seriously
1.        On average, a successful lawyer has to talk to several ____ a day.
A. customers   B. supporters              C. clients             D. guests
1.        He is a man of great experience, ______ much can be learned.
A.    who               B. from which       C. that                 D. from whom
1.        What is the train ______to Birmingham?
A. fee                   B. tip                    C. fare                  D. cost
1.        We urge vigorous action to be taken ______.
A.    immediately      B. incredibly      C. spontaneously       D. suddenly
1.         Rather than ______, the wounded preferred to die.
A.    to surrender B. surrender           C. to surrendering D. surrendering
1.        The little boy ______the seeds form the floor carefully.
A.    picked off       B. picked out         C .picked up          D. picked over
9.  The horse is getting old and can’t run _____ it did.
A. as faster as   B. so fast than        C. so fast as           D. as faster as
10.  The earth ______ round the sun.
A. will move         B. moved       C. is moving          D. moves
11.  The old men and the children must ______ in our country.
A. take good care                        B. be taken good care   
C. take care of                            D. be taken care of
12.  The relationship between employers and employees has been studied ____.
A. originally            B. extremely       C. violently    D. intensively
13.  The speaker raised his voice but still couldn’t make himself ______
A. hear                  B. to hear                     C. hearing      D. heard.
14. After two hours, he returned to the room ______ the wise man was.
A. of which                  B. that            C.which                D. in which
15. It was such aloud noise ____________ everybody in the house.
A. as to wake                B. to wake      C. waking              D. waken
16. They bought Grandma a gift ______ she liked it very much.
A. or              B. but                   C. so                     D. and
17. The government is at a stage ______ it is willing to talk to almost anyone.
A. which        B.    where             C. that                   D. when
18. I will never recommend ______ a very low-calorie diet alone.
A. eat             B. ate                    C. eaten                 D. eating
19. The horse is getting old and can’t run _____ it did.
A. as faster as B. so fast than        C. so fast as           D. as faster as
20. Didn’t you see the man______?
A. I nodded to just now           B. whom I nodded just now      
C. I nodded to him just now           D. I nodded just now
21. If I ______ the job, I would do it in a different way.
A. would do          B.    shall do          C. were to do               D. do
22. The relationship between employers and employees has been studied ____.
A. originally          B. extremely       C. violently    D. intensively
23. The speaker raised his voice but still couldn’t make himself ______
A. heard                B. to hear                     C. hearing      D. hear
24. Without your support, we ______ .
A. would not succeed                   B. would not succeeded
C. would not have succeeded        D. would have succeeded
25. There's nothing like candlelight for creating a ______ mood.
A. surprising          B. peculiar             C. romantic           D. alien
26. We know that we stand on others’ shoulder and ______ we make progress.
A. face to face      B. inch by inch  C. hand in hand    D. side by side
27. By no means _____ look down upon those who are less lucky in life than we are. 
A. should we  B. we should        C. we should not  D. should we not
28. The firemen are still ______ the small fires started by the plane crash.
A. taking off B. setting aside      C. getting along with    D. putting out
29 Your hair wants ____. You’d better have it done tomorrow.
A. cut            B. to cut                      C. cutting             D. being cut
30. His voice died ______ in a whisper.
A. away         B. off                   C. down               D. over  
31. They will certainly need to______ plenty of water.
   A. take up       B. take in              C. take out            D. take down 
32. After two hours, he returned to the room ______ the wise man was.
A. in which                  B. that            C.which                D. of which
33. It was such aloud noise ____________ everybody in the house.
A. to wake                    B. as to wake  C. waking              D. waken
34. We urge vigorous action to be taken ______.
A. suddenly    B. incredibly          C.spontaneously     D. immediately     
35. There's nothing like candlelight for creating a ______ mood.
A. surprising          B. romantic           C. peculiar             D. alien
36. We know that we stand on others’ shoulder and ______ we make progress.
A. face to face      B. hand in hand  C. inch by inch    D. side by side
37. So many people _____, the meeting had to be put off.
A. being absent   B. to be absent  C. were absent   D. had been absent
38. We often advise people not to drink more _____ is good for their health.
A. as                    B. that           C. than                 D. but
39. The car _____ halfway for no reason.
A. broke off          B. broke down      C. broke up    D. broke out
40. The manger lost his _____ just because his secretary was ten minutes late.
A. mood        B. passion            C. mind                D. temper
IV完形填空
Passage 1
Man has always wanted to fly. Even as long as eight hundred years ago, an Englishman had tried. He made a ___1___ of wings from chicken feathers and fixed them to his shoulders. Then he jumped from a tall building. As you can imagine, he did not fly very far.__2__, he fell to the ground and broke several bones. The first real attempt at flying took place in France in 1783. The two Mongolian brothers knew that hot air rose. If they could fill a large balloon __3__ hot air, they thought it would rise into the air and fly. They were right. They made a very large hot air balloon of cloth and paper. It measured ten meters in diameter. They filled it with hot air and the balloon got two hundred meters into the air. It fell to earth about three kilometers away.
At the next attempt, they ___4__ for a balloon to carry passengers. We do not know what the passengers felt about the trip as they were a cock, a duck, and a sheep. But we ___5___ know that the trip lasted eight minutes and the animals landed safely.
A. instead              B. pair           C. do             D. arranged           E. with
Passage 2
___1__we cannot wait for others giving our prize, but we can give it to ourselves. At least, this is one of the best ways to live your life. Life is always not easy, but it’s always __2__ you whether optimistic or ___3__. Therefore, try to love yourself and praise yourself more. ___4__ the family, we can live a ___5___ life by praising family members more often as well. Don’t trouble difficult relationship between family members anymore. So, be generous to praise!
A. As for   B. up to      C. pessimistic       D. Most of time     E. harmonious

Passage 3
A clear advantage of distance learning is the significantly enhanced level of flexibility ___1___ compared to traditional courses. Rather ___2___ being tied to academic term dates –– which might mean waiting almost a whole year should an enrollment deadline be missed — distance learning can generally start at any time. This means that you can gain your qualification as quickly as possible and maximize employment opportunities. With distance learning, you progress ___3__ your own pace and submit work or take exams when you are fully ready to do so. This means that if other areas of your life suddenly demand more attention –– such ___4___ job hunting or increased commitments at work –– then you can simply put your studies ___5___ hold and return to them when things have calmed down.
A.    as           B. at       C. on             D. when         E. than
Passage 4
It is always interesting to visit another country, especially for those who have never traveled a great deal. Foreign ___1___ can be very educational for anyone if he is interested enough to make preparations beforehand. Learning the language of the new country would be difficult for the traveler, ___2___ the benefits of such an effort would become obvious immediately on his arrival. It may not seem important to him when he comfortably stays at home, but knowing how to order a meal or book a room is necessary for the newcomer in a strange country. Without knowing the language, it is very difficult ___3___ the stranger to understand the people of the new country and their customs.
Of course, in our small world it is often possible to find someone who understands our own, but this is only second-best for the traveler. To be sure, he can see places and things without the use of a language, but places and things ___4___ not the heart of any country. To get the greatest benefit from a trip ___5___ another country, it is how important for the visitor to have an understanding of the language.
A.    travel         B. are                C. for          D. but                   E.to
Passage 5
Last night, a fire broke out in Ann’s house in Manchester.
Ann’s parents were out of town for the weekend when something wrong in the room caused the fire to start in the middle of the night. The girl was __1__ up by the family dog, Danny, who was barking loudly in the back garden. Ann smelled something burning. She __2__ up and at once ran through the smoke-filled house to wake her old brother, Frank.
When Frank would not wake up, Ann got some help from the dog. Frank’s unconscious body was far __3__ heavy for the little girl to move alone, but the clever girl brought the dog inside and __4__ the dog’s leash to Frank’s left ankle. She then held her brother’s right ankle, and together the girl and the dog __5__ Frank to safety.
The 10-year-old girl, Ann, saved her big brother from death.
A.    too          B. got               C. waken    D. pulled     E. tied
V英译汉
1. The lad looks around before he crosses the street.
2. A few years ago, I was suffering intensely from pains in my stomach.
3. Thanks to the car, I was able to get back home in time.
4. Hardly had we got home when it began to rain.
5. It goes without saying that health is above wealth.
6. I believe honesty is one of the greatest gifts there is.
7. Upon entering the room, she sensed the tense there.
8. Thanks to the car, I was able to get back home in time.
9. We have already established contact with the museum.
10. My doctor assured me that my pain came from emotional strains.
11. I believe honesty is one of the greatest gifts there is.
12. A man should have both courage and wisdom.
13. Do you think you can do it by yourself?
14. He turns out to be one of the most prestigious scientists in UK.
15. Most of the artists invited to this party were from Europe.
VI 写作
Passage 1
要求在30分钟内,根据下面所给题目和提纲写出一篇不少于80词的短文。
你应邀到一位好友家吃晩饭。事后给朋友写信表示谢意。你的信应包括下列内容:
A Thank-You Note
1.表达谢意;
2.表达想回请的意愿;
3.期待朋友的光临。


Passage 2
要求在30分钟内,根据下面所给题目和提纲写出一篇不少于80词的短文。
TV Programs
1.介绍你熟悉的电视节目
2.你喜欢看的电视节目以及理甶。

Passage 3
要求在30分钟内,根据下面所给题目和提纲写出一篇不少于80词的短文。
假如你叫王丹,要申请斯密斯夫人刊登在晚报上的招聘汉语教师职位。请写一封求职信,需包含以下内容:
1. 简要介绍自己并说明应征该职位。
2. 告知为什么对此感兴趣。
3. 简述你为何是合适人选。
Passage 4
要求在30分钟内,根据下面所给题目和提纲写出一篇不少于80词的短文。
Lost and Found
你的一本重要的笔记在图书馆弄丢了,请写一份失物招领启示,需包含以下内容
1.        写明在图书馆学习的时间及具体地点
2.        描述笔记本的特征及对你的重要性
3.        你的联系方法
Passage 5
要求在30分钟内,根据下面所给题目和提纲写出一篇不少于80词的短文。
Where to Live
1.有人喜欢住在城市;
2.有人喜欢住在农衬;
3.你的看法。 

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