例：How much is the shirt?
A.￡19.15. B.￡9.15. C.￡9.18.
1.How much will the man pay for the tickets?
A.￡7.5. B.￡15. C.￡50.
2.Which is the right gate for the man’s flight?
A.Gate 16. B.Gate 22. C.Gate 25.
3.How does the man feel about going to school by bike?
A.Happy. B.Tired. C.Worried.
4.When can the woman get the computers?
A.On Tuesday. B.On Wednesday. C.On Thursday.
5.What does the woman think of the shirt for the party?
A.The size is not large enough.
B.The material is not good.
C.The color is not suitable.
6.What can we learn about Mr.Brown?
A.He is in his office.
B.He is at a meeting.
C.He is out for a meal.
7.What will the man probably do next?
C.Leave a message.
8.What kind of room does the man want to take?
A.A single room. B.A double room. C.A room for three.
9.What does the man need to put in the form?
A.Telephone and student card numbers.
B.Student card number and address.
C.Address and telephone number.
10.What is the relationship between the speakers?
B.Boss and secretary.
C.Customer and salesperson.
11.What does the man like about his job?
A.Living close to the office.
B.Chances to go abroad.
C.Nice people to work with.
12.What do we know about the woman?
A.She likes traveling.
B.She is new to the company.
C.She works in public relations.
13.When will the visitors come?
A.In March. B.In April. C.In May.
14.How many visitors are coming?
A.8. B.10. C.12
15.What will the visitors do on the second day?
A.Go to a party.
C.Attend a lecture.
16.Where will the visitors go on the final day?
C.To the coast.
17.What is the first word the baby tried to say?
A.Truck. B.OK. C.Duck.
18.How old was the baby when he learned to say that word correctly?
A.About 18 months.
B.About 21 months.
C.About 24 months.
19.What did the father do when the baby screamed that word at the airport?
A.He corrected the baby.
B.He tried to stop the baby.
C.He hid himself somewhere.
20.Why did the mother pretend not to know the baby?
A.She got angry with the father.
B.She was frightened by the noise.
C.She felt uneasy about the noisy baby.
例：The chairman thought necessary to invite Professor Smith to speak at the meeting.
A.that B.it C.this D.him
21.- What a beautiful picture you’ve drawn!
A.Not at all. B.Thank you. C.You’re great. D.I’m proud of you.
22.Look at the timetable. Hurry up! Flight 4026 off at 18:20.
A.takes B.took C.will be taken D.has taken
23.-Mom,what did your doctor say?
-He advised me to live the air is fresher.
A.in where B.in which C.the place where D.where
24.Start out right away, you’ll miss the first train.
A.and B.but C.or D.while
25.-The boss said we had only three days to finish the work.
-Don’t worry.We have already two thirds of it.
A.got down B.got through C.given in D.given away
26.The Chinese are proud of the 29th Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008.
A.hold B.holding C.held D.to be held
27.-Did you enjoy yourself at the party?
-Yes.I’ve never been to one before.
A.a more excited B.the most excited C.a more exciting D.the most exciting
28.At the foot of the mountain .
A.a village lie B.lies a village C.does a village lie D.lying a village
29.-Can he take charge of the computer company?
-I’m afraid it’s his ability.
A.beyond B.within C.of D.to
30.-It’s thirty years since we last met.
-But I still remember the story,believe it or not, we got lost on a rainy night.
A.which B.that C.what D.when
31.Of all the books on the desk, is of any use for our study.
A.nothing B.no one C.neither D.none
32.-Is Jack on duty today?
-It be him.It’s his turn tomorrow.
A.mustn’t B.won’t C.can’t D.needn’t
33. with so much trouble,we failed to complete the task on time.
A.Faced B.Face C.Facing D.To face
34.-Do you mind my smoking her?
A.No,thanks. B.No. Good idea. C.Yes,please. D.Yes.Better not.
35.-Why didn’t you tell him about the meeting?
-He rushed out of the room I could say a word.
A.before B.until C.when D.after
One day,Raul was miles away from the small ranch（牧场） house in a large valley. 36 seemed to be all right,yet he felt strange and somewhat uneasy.The wind had picked up,and angry,dark clouds 37 across the sky. He could smell the rain coming.And it did. 38 ,the lightning flashed through the clouds,nearly 39 Raul.The thunder（雷声） was so loud that he buried his 40 in his hands and rubbed his eyes.Then he heard it. Hoofbeats（蹄声）.He 41 .There before him stood a tall, white 42 . An old man stared down at him from its back.
“Wh-wh-who are y-y-you?” asked Raul.“My name is Gray Cloud,” the old man answered 43 .“Come with me.”
Raul followed on his horse. A 44 feeling came over him.All 45 them the rain was pouring down, 46 not a drop fell on them. They seemed to be 47 back toward Raul’s home.Raul lost track of time.Then all at once he found 48 at the ranch gate.The old man turned his horse, 49 his hand, and smiled. Lightning flashed again. The old man and his horse were 50 .
Raul’s father ran out across the yard to 51 him.“we have been 52 sick about you. Are you okay?Hurry.Let’s get in out of the 53 .”
“Wait,” said Raul. “Have you ever heard of an old man called Gray Cloud?”
“Can’t say I … wait. I 54 my great-grandfather used to tell storied about a man called Gray Cloud. He died a long time ago. They say he was 55 by lightning during a terrible thunderstorm. Why do you ask?”
36. A.Something B.Everything
37.A.dropped B.fell C.rolled D.covered
38.A.Suddenly B.Strongly C.Quickly D.Hardly
39.A.beating B.blinding C.burning D.touching
40.A.nose B.hair C.neck D.head
41.A.looked up B.woke up
C.lay down D.sat down
42.A.tiger B.horse C.lion D.elephant
43.A.lazily B.angrily C.coldly D.slowly
44.A.natural B.common C.strange D.bad
45.A.around B.beside C.through D.above
46.A.yet B.for C.so D.or
47.A.walking B.leading C.heading D.returning
48.A.them B.themselves C.him D.himself
49.A.shook B.waved C.held D.took
50.A.gone B.left C.followed D.lost
51.A.see B.meet C.beat D.ask
52.A.waited B.thought C.worried D.excited
53.A.yard B.wind C.grass D.rain
54.A.believe B.consider C.doubt D.forget
55.A.defeated B.caught C.damaged D.struck
I was the middle child of three, but there was a gap of five years on either side, and I hardly saw my father before I was eight. For this and other reasons I was somewhat lonely. I had the lonely child’s habit of making up stories and holding conversations with imaginary persons, and I think from the very start my literary ambitions（文学志向） were mixed up with the feeling of being isolated（孤独） and undervalued. I knew that I had a natural ability with words and a power of facing unpleasant facts, and I felt that this created a sort of private world in which I could get my own back for my failure in everyday life.
However, the quantity of serious writing which I produced all through my childhood would not add up to half a dozen pages. I wrote my first poem at the age of four or five, my mother taking it down to dictation. I cannot remember anything about it except that it was about a tiger and the tiger had “chair-like teeth” - a good enough expression. At eleven, when the war of 1914-18 broke out, I wrote a poem which was printed in the local(地方的） newspaper, as was another, two years later, on the death of Kitchener. From time to time, when I was a bit older, I wrote bad and usually unfinished “nature poems”. I also, about twice, attempted a short story which was a failure. That was the total of the would-be serious work that I actually set down on paper during all those years.
56.The underlined word“it” in paragraph 2 refers to .
A.the quantity of serious writing
B.the writer’s first poem
C.the writer’s childhood
D.the tiger in the poem
57.From the text, we learn that as a little boy the writer .
A.had no playmates
B.showed his gift for writing
C.put out lots of poems and stories
D.got his first poem published in 1916
58.What can be inferred about the writer?
A.He was least favoured in his family.
B.He had much difficulty in talking with others.
C.He had an unhappy childhood for lack of care.
D.His loneliness resulted in his interest in writing.
Welcome to Ontario Parks, a new body set up to manage Ontario’s most treasured special places, the parks in our area.
We are entering a very exciting year for Ontario Parks. Last season we asked some 15,000 visitors in 45 parks how we could improve our programs and services. We also looked at the thousands of comment cards we received. As a result, new comfort stations have been added, the number of campsites has been increased, and we’ve made other fzcility（设施） improvements. In addition, we’ll be providing more educational programs. This year, for example, more than 40 parks will offer special day and evening activities to excite your curiosity about nature and history.
Through the Internet, you’ll be happy to know that you can now explore all 270 parks on line. Let your family plan your park vacation, study a map of canoe routes, listen to the call of a loon or find up-to-date information about programs, services and facilities.
So come and discover what Ontario Parks has to offer. Our parks are places to go with families and friends, for relaxation and fun, or simply to get away from it all. They are places where we can enrich our souls and “recharge our internal（内部的） batteries”. They provide chances to explore nature, see wildlife, swim, canoe, camp, hike, picnic, ride a bike… You’ll enjoy some of the best outdoor experiences available anywhere in the world.
We urge you to make 2006 the year that you come out and have an Ontario Parks experience!
59.The writer’s purpose in writing the text is to .
A.tell more people the improvements in Ontario Parks
B.attract more people to explore the parks on line
C.praise the beauty of nature in Ontario Parks
D.have more people visit the parks
60.The facility improvements of Ontario Parks include .
A.new programs and services
B.new comfort stations and campsites
C.comfort stations and special activities
D.new campsites and educational programs
61.From paragraph 4, we know that Ontario Parks offers visitors .
A.the world’s new sports and games
B.the most exciting adventures in the world
C.many choices to relax and refresh themselves
D.chances to experience all the outdoor activities
62.According to the text, we can safely say that .
A.some visitors suggested more campsites
B.about 15,000 people visited 45 parks last season
C.many more people will visit Ontario Parks in 2006
D.the manager of Ontario Parks worries they will have fewer visitors
Juanito Estrella has been a housekeeping manager on the US-based large passenger ship Carnival Spirit for 18 months and feels he has found the suitable position in his career(职业).He has always wanted to travel.“I guess I am a really restless spirit.I Iike traveling,so when the chance came,I jumped at it,”he says.
The chance came in the form of a newspaper advertisement for work on cruise ships（游船）.At the time Estrella was the housekeeping manager at a Melbourne hotel.He applied and,after two interviews,a medical check and police clearance,the job was his.
Estrella is responsible(负责的)for the cleanliness of the ship,making sure that 160 crew work properly.“I enjoy it because there is no other work-you wake up each day in a different place and a different cnlture.It’s exciting when you go to the next country and you don’t understand the language,”he says.
Estrella likes being busy and getting to know people from all over the world.The 1,000 crew come from 94 countries,and Estrella has learnt Spanish and a little Croatian.
But there is a downside .“You cannot get really drunk...because you have safety responsibilities to yourself and others,”he says.“You don’t really think about home.You start tothink about home only when you get closer to your vacation and wonder what you’ll be doing.”
Lite on the ship is anything but cruising.Estrella and his fellows work at least 10 hours a day,seven days a week.He warns the job is not for everybody.“You have to love being busy and be prepared to work every day-and to give up drinking too much alcohol.”In his spare time,if the ship sails into a port,Estrella explores it,otherwise he works out in the crew’s gym,goes on the internet or calls home.63.What do we know about Estrella?
A.He is very fond of traveling.
B.He doesn’t drink wine now.
C.He cannot speak a foreign language.
D.He used to be a housekeeping manager.
64.The underlined word“downside”in paragraph 5 probably means .
A.disappointment B.disadvantage C.failure D.loss
65.Which of the following is true?
A.Estrella doesn’t often feel homesick because of his work.
B.The work on the ship is not suitable for a married person.
C.Estrella can find no other job except the one on the ship.
D.The people on the ship are from 94 countries.
66.In the last paragraph.the writer thinks that life on the ship is .
A.not a tiring journey at all B.just an interesting voyage
C.far from a voyage for pleasure D.more than a pleasant travel by sea
EAT YOUR VEGETABLES.Wash your hands.Always say “please”and“thank you”.We are full of advice for our children,but when it comes to money,we often have little to say.As a result,our children may grow up with clean hands and good manners,but without any idea how tomanage their money.
Here are some basics that will help guide them their entire lives：
Show them the future.If your 13-year-old girl were to save $1.000,invest(投资)it at 8% and add $100 every month,by the time she’s 65,she would have $980,983!
Be careful of credit(信用).Credit cards can help you buy necessary things and build a credit history,but they must be used responsibly,which means paying off your debt in time.Explain to your children that when you buy something using a credit card,you can easily end up paying two or three times what you would have paid if you used cash.
Teach patience.Suppose your child wants a new bicycle that costs $150.Rather than paying the cash,give him some regular pocket money and explain that by putting aside,say,$15 each week,he will be able to buy it for himself in only ten weeks.
Provide incentive.Tell your children the importance of saving.“For every dollar he or she agrees to save and invest rather than spend,you agree to add another dollar to the pot,”says Cathy Pareto,expert in money planning.
Explain your values.Values and money are deeply intertwined,says Eilleen Gallo,co-author of The Financially Intelligent Parent.When your child demands that you buy something,explain why you really don’t want to buy it.“You might say,‘I’d rather save that money for your education,’”advises Gallo.Every time you spend or don’t spend money,you have a chance to share your values.
67.The writer gives some basics to help in a proper way.
A.parents teach their children how to deal with money
B.children follow their parents’instructions
C.children manage their money
D.parents save their money
68.The writer thinks that,if a child wants to buy something,his parents should .
A.give him some regular pocket money
B.encourage him to put money away for it
C.explain to him the importance of investment
D.tell him to save some money by using a credit card
69.The underlined word“incentive”in paragraph 6 means .
A.honor B.praise C.excitement D.encouragement
70.What leads the writer to write this article?
A.Parents want to know how to educate their children.
B.He wants to share his good ideas about money matters.
C.He thinks money management the most important for children.
D.Parents care Iittle about their children’s management of money.
Instead of hitting the beach.fourteen high school students traded swimming suits for lab coats last summer and turned their attention to scientific experiments.
The High School Research Program offers high school students guidance with researchers in Texas A&M’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.Jennifer Funkhouser,academic adviser for the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management,dirests this four-week summer program designed to increase understanding of research and its career potential(潜能）。
Several considerations go into selecting students,including grades,school involvement and interest in science and agriculture.And many students come from poorer school districts,Funkhouser says.“This is their chance to learn techniques and do experiments they never would have a chance to do in high school.
Warner Ervin of Houston is interested in animal science and learned how to tell male from female mosquitoes(蚊子）.His adviser,Craig Coates,studies the genes of mosquitoes that allow them to fight against malaria and yellow fever.Coates thought this experience would be fun and helpful to the high school students.
The agricultural research at A&M differs from stereotypes.It’s“molecular(分子)science on the cutting edge,”Funkhouser says.The program broadened students’knowledge.Victor Garcia of Rio Grande City hopes to become a biology teacher and says he learned a lot about chemistry from the program.
At the end of the program,the students presented papers on their research.They’re also paid $600 for their work-another way this program differs from others,which often charge a fee.
Fourteen students got paid to learn that science is fun,that agriculture is a lot more than milking and plowing and that research can open many doors.
71.The research program is chiefly designed for .
A.high school advisers from Houston
B.college students majoring in agriculture
C.high school students from different places
D.researchers at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
72.It can be inferred from the text that the students in poorer areas .
A.had little chance to go to college
B.could often take part in the program
C.found the program useful to their future
D.showed much interest in their high school experiments
73.When the program was over,the students .
A.entered that college B.wrote research reports
C.paid for their research D.found way to make money
74.The underlined expression“on the cutting edge”in paragraph 5 means“on the most position”.
75.What would be the best title for the text?
A.A Program for Agricultural Science Students
B. A Program for Animal Science Students
C. A Program for Medical Science Lovers
D. A Program for Future Science Lovers
When our six children were young，suppertime is always
76. being interrupted by neighborhood children ring the bell.
77. They wanted one child or another to come out and played.
78. Finally we had good idea. We hung a sign on the front
79. door that was read：“We’re having dinner. Come back
80. later.” That night，we sat down to what they thought would
81. be a pleasant，uninterrupted meals. But as soon as we
82. began dinner，the doorbell rang. On the front door stood a
83. five-year-old boy from across the street. He looked up
84. at us and said，“I just want to know what the sign say.”85.
都江堰水利工程-Dujiangyan Irrigation Project
Dear Nick, I’m glad to hear that you′re coming to Sichuan in August.
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8.A 9.C 10.A 11.B 12.B 13.A 14.B
15.B 16.C 17.A 18.B 19.B 20.C 21.B
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I’m glad to hear that you’re coming to Sichuan in August. You’ve made the wise choice to travel here. Sichuan Province is rich in tourist attractions and enjoys many world-famous places of interest, such as Jiuzhaigou and Dujiangyan Irrigation Projcet.
Jiuzhaigou is well known for its beautiful lakes,of which the water is clear and looks colorful. It can excite visitors’ imagination. Another attraction is Dujiangyan Irrigation Project. It was built over 2,000 years ago and is still playing an important part in irrigation today. Besides, the nice weather and convenient transportation here can make your trip more enjoyable. I’m sure you’ll have a good time.
Ｉ’m looking forward to your coming.