国家开放大学2024年春《理工英语3》单元自测1-8汇总参考答案175题

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Top 3 Green Home Innovations

        1   .There are many things you can do to reduce carbon emission and help to make the earth a better place for future generations. Here are a few suggestions.

        2   Although LED lamps cost more money than standard incandescent or compact fluorescent bulbs do at the beginning, these long-lasting LED lamps will eventually be worth the money because of nergy saved. LED lamps also produce a cleaner, more natural light.

        3   .“Water”is a hot topic, especially in the Southwest. Household water filters are now available to clean and reuse water from showers and baths. Gray water reuse systems redirect the used water from washing machines to lawns or gardens.

        4  

        5   . Building materials and embellishments like paint and carpets can emit chemical compounds into the atmosphere, and because a home is an enclosed space, those compounds can sometimes accumulate to dangerous levels. Installing a whole-house air purification system is one way to keep indoor air clean and circulating.

      Going “green” doesn't have to be a challenge. A home is a long-term investment. You don't have to start over from cratch. Make small changes. Choose environmentally friendly paint or LED bulbs. 

      Chances are that your home will need improvements eventually.Whenever possible, choose upgrades that will reduce your carbon footprint. It's good for the planet, and it's good for you.

A. In recent years indoor air pollution has got a lot of attention.

B. Air Purification

C. Water Recycling

D. In the last decade a growing number of people were interested in conserving energy and preserving the environment by living “green”

E. LED Lighting

答案是:D||E||C||B||A

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Five Tips to Make Your House Look Greener

      There are plenty of ways to make your house look greener. It doesn't matter how many people reside in your home. It doesn't even matter what is the size of your home. What matters is how your house looks and how it affects you and others residing in it.

      It is very necessary to make your house look greener because it has a direct impact on your health. If you keep your house greener, you will get rid of many dangerous diseases. Here are some ways to keep it greener.

Good and reliable Interior

      Indoor material, like windows, doors, cupboards, etc. must be of good quality. These things play an important role to clean the house. Doors and cupboards must be of high quality wood. Aluminium windows must be used. You must use high-quality paints for walls, doors, windows and cupboards.

2. Using wider windows and doors for ventilation.      Oxygen is a necessary element to enable you to live alive. For healthy life, windows and doors must be wide and usually be kept open at least for 15 hours a day, as ventilation of air makes you fresh and healthy.

3. Placing plants especially flowers at various places

      No one wants an empty house, and plants definitely play a refreshing role. First, the plants provide you with oxygen necessary for survival. Second, plants and especially flowers spread heart-attracting fragrance. All unhealthy odors are eradicated from your home and you feel fresh whenever you are inside it. Flowers also make your home interior look more appealing.

4. Disposing off wastes away from home regularly

      It's very important to throw away household wastes far from your house every day. When wastes are kept untouched for many days, they attract bacteria and viruses. Flies and mosquitoes also start gathering and increasing at such places. As a result, diseases are caused.

5. Using anti-bacterial materials for washing floors and contents      Usually unclean fans, floors and walls breed bacteria and viruses, which are then carried by flies and mosquitoes. These carriers then infect the humans by contact through contaminated food or direct attacks on human body. It's always recommended to use anti-bacterial or anti-viral cleaners for fans, floors, walls, laptops, and TVs.

1. A green home is closely related with the size of your home.   1  

2. A green home does good to your health.   2  

3. The quality of indoor materials is of great importance to keep the house clean.   3  

4. Household wastes should be thrown away daily.   4  

5. Flies and mosquitoes breed bacteria and viruses.   5  

答案是:F||T||T||T||F

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Mary is receiving Henry.     1  

2. Henry will work in the Personnel Department.     2  

3. Henry does mind working long hours.     3  

4. Henry often took quite a few courses each semester in school.     4  

5. Henry didn’t do any part-time job when he was at school.     5  

答案是:T||F||F||T||F

I'll never forget the days  I worked together with you.

that

when

which

答案是:when

It is necessary to have a team leader with you can work.

whose

who

whom

答案是:whom

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The Belgian city of Ghent has declared Mondays meat-free days.     1  
2. The livestock sector has become one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems.      2  
3. The author is a complete vegetarian.      3  
4. According to the passage, people who eat less meat will be easily sick.      4  
5. There aren't many vegetarian dishes in the restaurant mentioned in the passage.      5  

答案是:F||T||F||F||F

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They are talking about a camera.     1  
2. You can find a mobile phone in any of latest MP4.     2  
3. The new cell phone is just like a pad.     3  
4. Digital devices are becoming bigger and harder to carry.     4  
5. The cell phone generally has memories of over 512 MB.     5  

答案是:F||F||T||F||T

—  You always shop online. Is it really reliable?

—  __________

 It is changeable.

As long as you are careful, online shopping is trustworthy.

Good luck to you.

答案是:Good luck to you.

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      It is amazing to note that the Internet is still such a new deviceand yet it is one of the fastest and most powerful media tools. But think about it for a moment. On the Interneta big online company can be run by only two guys in their garage. So it is only reasonable thenthat people shopping online would be a little leery of the security levels.
      Internet giants such as Microsoft knew consumer confidence was the key to getting virtual(
虚拟的) shopping off the groundand they work hard to make people feel safe to shop online.
      Credit card companies
tooquickly saw the potential for online shoppingand have installed things like online shopping insurance for people. If you ever have a problem with your online credit purchasesmany credit card companies will happily refund(退还) your money and then set their claws on the company that wronged you. Now that’s buying power!
      There are other bonuses for online shoppers
of course. No line­upsfor one. No annoying mall shopping carts with broken wheels and kids crying because their parents won’t get them what they want.
      When shopping online
consumers can sit downhave a coffeeand wear their slippersnot having to worry about their hair or parkingand just clicking through sale after sale. Comparison shopping couldn’t be any easier. And thanks to courier companies(快递公司) getting in on the actyou never need to wait longer than a day or two to get those all important purchases delivered right to your door.
      No wonder so many companies are shaking their heads at traditional retailing and instead looking to the “virtual” world to attract online shoppers.

1The underlined word “leery” in the first paragraph means being very sure.     1  

2Consumer confidence in online shopping mainly relies on security in shopping.     2  

3Internet giants, traditional retailers, courier companies and credit card companies have made contributions to the popularity of online shopping.     3  

4The author think of the current online shopping as safe, convenient and fast.     4  

Nowadays many companies are trying to cooperate with the online shoppers instead of traditional retailers.      5  

答案是:F||T||F||T||T

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    In 1933, an unknown American called Clarence Nash went to see the filmmaker Walt Disney. He had an unusual voice and he wanted to work in Disney's cartoon(动画片) film for children. When Walt Disney heard Nash's voice, he said “Stop! That's our duck!”

     The duck was the now-famous Donald Duck, who first appeared in 1934 in the film The Wise Little Hen. Donald lived in an old houseboat(水上住家) and wore his sailor jacket and hat. Later that year he became a star after an eight-minute Mickey Mouse film. The cinema audience liked him because he was lazy and greedy(贪婪的), and because he lost his temper(发脾气) very quickly . And they loved his voice when he became angry with Mickey's eight nephews(侄子). Soon Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse himself, probably because he wasn't a goody-goody like Mickey.

      In the 1930s, 40s and 50s Donald and hid friends Mickey, Goofy and Pluto made hundreds of Disney cartoons. He also made educational films about the place of the USA in the world, and safety in the home. Then in 1966 Donald Duck and his voice disappeared---there were no more new cartoons.

      Clarence Nash died in February, 1985. But today's children can still see the old cartoons on television and hear that famous voice.

When was the first Donald Duck film made?     1  

    A. In 1933.            B. In 1934.            C. In 1966.

2.Who was Clarence Nash?     2  

     A cartoonist      B. Donald Duck’s voice     C. A film-maker

3.Where do today's children see Donald Duck?     3  

  A. In new film     B. At the cinema         C. On television  

4.The underlined word audience in the second paragraph means   4   .

      A. formal interview  B. law freedom          C. the people who watch a film at a cinema

5.The underlined word goody-goody in the second paragraph means a person who   5   .

A. likes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

B. dislikes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

C. dislikes to be faulty in behaviour

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Henry thinks the transportation system is simple.     1  
2. Julie believes more roads should be built and there will be fewer traffic jams.     2  
3. According to Henry, people should be encouraged to use cars.     3  
4. Both Henry and Julie agree that people should pay tax for using cars.      4  
5. According to Henry, people will be in favor of using cars less to make the air cleaner.      5  

答案是:

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      Man is a land animal, but he is also closely tied to the sea. Throughout history the sea has served the needs of man. The sea has provided man with food and a convenient way to travel to many parts of the world. Today, nearly two—thirds of the world's population live within 80 kilometers of the sea coast.

  In the modern technological world, the sea offers many resources to help mankind survive. Resources on land are beginning to be used up. The sea, however, still can be hoped to supply many of man's needs.

  The list of riches of the sea yet to be developed by man's technology is impressive. Oil and gas explorations have been carried out for nearly 30 years. Valuable amounts of minerals exist on the ocean floor ready to be mined (开采).

  Fish farming promises to be a good way to produce large quantities of food. The culture of fish and shellfish is an ancient skill practiced in the past mainly by Oriental people.

  Besides oil and gas, the sea may offer new sources of energy. Experts believe that the warm temperature of the ocean can be used in a way similar to the steam in a steamship. Ocean currents (水流) and waves offer possible use as a source of energy.

  Technology is enabling man to explore ever more deeply under the sea. The development of strong, new materials has made this possible.

  The technology to harvest the sea continues to improve. Experts believe that by the year 2000 the problems that prevent us from exploiting fully the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea will be largely solved.

The major things that the sea offers man are   1   .

A. fish and oil

B. warm temperature and ocean currents

C. the food, energy sources, and minerals 

2. The sea serves the needs of man because   2   .

A. in provides man with food

B. it supplies man with minerals

C. all of the above

3. We can conclude from this passage that   3   .

  A. the sea resources have largely been used up

  B. the sea, in the broad sense, has not yet been developed

  C. the problems that prevent us from using the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea have already been solved.

4. The underlined words Oriental people in the fourth paragraph probably mean   4   .

  A. the people in Asia       B. African people       C. European people     

5. The best title for this passage is   5   .

A. Sea Harvest

B. Technology for Exploiting the Sea

C. Man and the Sea

答案是:

He voters to go to the polls tomorrow. 

appeal

appeal for

appeal against

答案是:

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Judy doesn't like to play games that require her to think hard.     1  
2. Henry is good at darts.     2  
3. Henry used to play dominos with his parents every day.      3  
4. Judy enjoys playing cards online.      4  
5. Judy is an expert at mahjong.      5  

答案是:

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    In 1909 an English newspaper offered £ 1,000 to the first man to fly across the English Channel in an aeroplane. Today, modern jets cross it in minutes. But at that time it still seemed a good distance. The race to win the money soon became a race between two men. Both were very colorful.

      One was Louis Bleriot. He owned a factory in France that made motor car lamps. He was already well known as a pilot because he had had accidents several times. Some people laughed at him. One man said, “He may not be the first to fly across the Channel but he will certainly be the first to die in an accident!” But Bleriot was really a good and brave pilot. He also had many good ideas about aeroplane design.

      The other man was Hubert Latham. He was half French and half English. He took up flying when his doctors told him he had only a year to live. “Oh, well,” he said, “if I'm going to die soon, I think I shall have a dangerous and interesting life now.”

      Latham was the first to try the flight across the Channel. Ten kilometres from the French coast, his plane had some trouble. It fell down into the water and began to sink under the water. A boat reached Latham just in time. He was sitting calmly on the wing and was coolly lighting a cigarette. Bleriot took off six days later. He flew into some very bad weather and very low cloud. He somehow got to the English side and landed in a farmer's field. When he did so, a customs (海关) officer rushed up to his plane. Planes have changed since then, but customs officers have not. “Have you anything to declare?” The officer demanded.

The story took place   1    .

A. in the early 20th century

B. in the 19th century

C. at a time not mentioned in the passage

2. Bleriot was well known as a pilot because   2    .

A. he was unusually brave

B. he had many good ideas about aeroplane design

C. he had had a few accidents

3. Why did Hubert Latham want to fly across the Channel?     3  

A. He thought he could manage it easily.

B. He knew he only had a year to live.

C. He had always been interested in flying.

4. Why did the customs officer rush to the plane?     4  

A. To ask if Beriot had anything to declare.

B. To make sure that the pilot was not hurt.

C. To ask why the plane had landed in a farmer’s field.

5. “Do you have anything to declare?” means   5    .

A. “Do you want any help?”

B. “Is there anything wrong?”

C. “Have you brought anything on which custom duties must be paid?”

答案是:

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Amphibious Architecture: Flood-Proof Home Designs

    Instead of trying to beat back the rising flood, innovative amphibious buildings can adapt to the rising flood. These buildings are ready for whatever Mother Nature might throw at them– even 10-foot floodwaters. Let's take a look at just two of them.

The UK's First Amphibious House

   The UK's first amphibious house is located on the Thames River. And the first amphibious building in Britain will be completed soon. Baca Architects designed this home for a couple who wanted to live on a flood-prone island, an island easy to be attacked by floods, in the Thames River. This building is equipped with a terraced landscape. And this terraced landscape acts as an early warning system when the waters are rising. The terraces will be filled with water before the ‘wet dock’ under the house does, and then the home itself will slowly rise to stay above the water.

Solar Powered Floating School in Nigeria

   Residents of Makoko in Nigeria have been building houses on stilts for generations. People there go from one house to another by canoe. As sea levels are rising, officials threaten to tear down the entire community. If these houses are tore down, 250,000 people will be homeless and have to look for a new place to live. Architects found a solution in floating structures with improved sanitation conditions. The first completed example is a three-storey solar-powered school.

    This amazing floating school addresses social, physical and ecological needs. Built on top of 256 recycled blue barrels, the school buildings are made of triangular bamboo and wood. Makoko's residents made full use of their skills when building these structures. With three levels, the solar-powered high school has room for 100 local kids and recycles rainwater to flush the toilets. And the cost for the whole school structures was under $7,000.

Innovative amphibious buildings have adaptation to the rising flood.     1  

2.The first amphibious building in Britain has been completed.     2  

3.250,000 residents of Makoko in Nigeria will be homeless if officials tear down their houses.     3  

4.The first completed floating school has three floors.      4  

5.In the opinion of the writer, the cost for the floating school was quite high.      5  

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It will cost  time to paint the old furniture.

considerate

considerably

considerable

答案是:

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Milk cartons are unburnable trash.   1  
2. Everyday Henry can leave his rubbish outside as he wishes.    2  
3. Plastics would harm the environment if you were to burn them.    3  
4. You can leave batteries and clothes once every week.    4  
5. Henry can just leave all his rubbish outside his apartment without putting them into a bag.    5  

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    The fridge is considered necessary. It has been so since the 1960s when packaged food list appeared with the span: "Store in the refrigerator."

      In my fridgeless Fifties childhood, 1 was fed well and healthy. The milkman came every day, the grocer, the butcher (肉商), the baker, and the ice-cream man delivered two or three times each week. The Sunday meat would last until Wednesday and surplus(剩余的) bread and milk became all kinds of cakes. Nothing was wasted, and we were never troubled by rotten food. Thirty years on food deliveries have ceased, fresh vegetables are almost unobtainable in the country.

      The invention of the fridge contributed comparatively little to the art of food preservation. Many well-tried techniques already existed -- natural cooling, drying, smoking, salting, sugaring, bottling...

      What refrigeration did promote was marketing --- marketing hardware and electricity, marketing soft drinks, marketing dead bodies of animals around the world in search of a good price.

      Consequently, most of the world's fridges are to be found, not in the tropics where they might prove useful, but in the rich countries with mild temperatures where they are climatically almost unnecessary. Every winter, millions of fridges hum away continuously, and at vast expense, busily maintaining an artificially-cooled space inside an artificially-heated house -- while outside, nature provides the desired temperature free of charge.

      The fridge's effect upon the environment has been evident, while its contribution to human happiness has been not important.

 The statement "In my fridgeless fifties childhood, I was fed well and healthily." suggests that the author was well-fed and healthy even without a fridge in his fifties.     1  

2. The author says that nothing was wasted before the invention of fridges because people had effective ways to preserve food.     2  

3. Consumers benefited the most from fridges according to the author?     3  

4. What refrigeration did promote was food-preserving.   4  

5. The author is critical to fridges.     5  

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      While there are still many people who don't feel comfortable using a credit card to buy over the Internet, e-commerce is absolutely here to stay. If you take a few precautions buying over the Internet can actually be safer than using your credit card in a restaurant.

     Just as you should notice your surroundings and suspicious-looking people when withdrawing (提取) money from an ATM, you should know how to recognize the warning signs of Internet tricks and take steps to avoid being a victim when shopping online. Here are some good tips to remember when shopping online:

      Before submitting your personal information to a site, try to find out how the information may be used and whether it will be sold to or shared with other businesses. If you don't like what you read, shop somewhere else.

      Don't provide personal information such as address , telephone number, social security number , or e-mail address unless you know who you are providing the information for, why it' s being requested , and how it will be used .

      Use a credit card, not a debit card (借记卡) for shopping on the internet. Debit cards don't have the same protection as credit cards.

      Carefully review your credit card and bank statement each month for unknown charges and inform your credit card company or bank immediately if you notice any charges you didn't know about.

      Clean your computer with free online software that detects spy-ware and install a firewall (防火墙) to ensure the sites you shop on don' t install spy-ware on your computer.

While shopping online, you should   1  

A. be sure nobody is standing beside you

B. only shop at the site that you have often visited

C. find out how the personal information willbe used

D. never provide personal information

2. According to the passage, if you find your credit card has unexplained charges, you should   2  

A. tell your credit card company as soon as possible

B. change your credit card code number immediately

C. check all the websites you have visited

D. use a debit card instead of a credit card

3. The underlined word "precaution" in Paragraph One means something done to   3   .

A. make suspicious—looking people go away

B. protect you against loss or possible dangers

C. remind you to obey the rules when sopping online

D. avoid being cheated when eating in a restaurant

4. What is not advised by the writer when shopping online?   4  

A. Using credit cards.

B. Installing a firewall.

C. Visiting famous websites.

D. Being very careful.

5. What' s the writer' s purpose in writing this passage?   5  

A. To suggest a new way of shopping.

B. To tell us the advantages of shopping online.

C. To tell us how to shop safely online.

D. To tell us how to avoid being cheated.

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      A brand new Minecraft game will be story-driven.

      The new series of “Minecraft: Story Mode” will be set in the world of Minecraft, but it will feature an original story that combines new characters with familiar themes. It is driven by player choice. It will be a separate standalone product.

      The decision to make the new game community-driven is potentially brilliant. It’s interesting that feedback from the community is going to be brought into Minecraft: Story Mode. In a way, it echoes what Minecraft is. It is a user-generated world.

      It’s likely that there already have been gamers on Minecraft fan blogs. They have come up with theories as to how the universe was created. There could be lots of contradictory things there. But from a marketing standpoint, it makes all the sense in the world for the community of “you guys are going to write this.” 

      Minecraft first came out in 2009 and is probably due for an evolution of some sort. Story Mode seems like a natural next step. A dedicated fan base has very high expectations. It will be satisfied with the story it is developing.

      There will be challenges, however. Minecraft does not follow what the game industry is used to working with. It will be a completely different development scenario. It is a world with no story and starting from the beginning. As long as the Minecraft story is popular and successful, that might be OK.

  1.  

    1. The new series of game will feature a new story       with unfamiliar themes.     1  

    2. The new game will be combined with other       products.     2    

    3. The new game is community-driven.           3  

    4. The game fans can create the theories of the       universe on the Minecraft blogs.           4  

    5. Minecraft strictly follows the rules of the game       industry.     5  

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People like to be around  people. 

positive

negative

passive

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Both of them like online shopping very much.     1  
2. Being cheap is one of the reasons for online shopping.     2  
3. Henry is a big fan of digital products, so he likes sitting in front of the computer all day.      3  
4. Henry will go to the department store with Sally.     4  
5. Both of them will visit the computer store.    5  

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     You jump into a car, tell it where you want to go then sit back and let a computer take control. It seems a dream in the future. It isn't.

     In many ways such driverless cars are already with us. There is partial automation in many cars, such as intelligent braking, lane departure warning and automatic parking. The systems are there   1    cars can pretty much drive themselves. No one noticed the introduction of cruise control. We've got collision avoidance, and we'll soon have automatic lane change.

     Improving this technology should make the roads safer. Machines are much better at following rules than humans. Driveway signs advise drivers to slow down to avoid   2    jams. They are often ignored by drivers. But it won't happen   3    a computer. Driverless cars could also choose the best route to avoid traffic jams.

     Fewer jams will mean   4    stop-start driving. Maintaining smooth and constant speeds will improve fuel efficiency. Computers could also be programmed to take the greenest route, rather than the fastest one. Under computer control, cars could also travel much closer together.

      They can effectively “slipstream” one another and use less fuel to move themselves forward. They can even form multi-car “trains” going   5    high speeds. However, with driverless cars on the roads, there will be potential trust issues between people and machines. We could therefore see guard rails back on the sides of pavements. This would be a backwards step.

   A. because       B. so that        C. such as

2.    A. creating        B. to creat       C. creat

3.    A. with              B. to               C. on

4.    A. more             B. little            C. less

5.    A. over              B. in               C. at

答案是:

All these measures will dramatically the development of the western areas in China.

improve

boost

enhance

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确写“T”错误写“F”

Five Tips to Make Your House Look Greener

      There are plenty of ways to make your house look greener. It doesn't matter how many people reside in your home. It doesn't even matter what is the size of your home. What matters is how your house looks and how it affects you and others residing in it.

      It is very necessary to make your house look greener because it has a direct impact on your health. If you keep your house greener, you will get rid of many dangerous diseases. Here are some ways to keep it greener.

Good and reliable Interior

      Indoor material, like windows, doors, cupboards, etc. must be of good quality. These things play an important role to clean the house. Doors and cupboards must be of high quality wood. Aluminium windows must be used. You must use high-quality paints for walls, doors, windows and cupboards.

2. Using wider windows and doors for ventilation.      Oxygen is a necessary element to enable you to live alive. For healthy life, windows and doors must be wide and usually be kept open at least for 15 hours a day, as ventilation of air makes you fresh and healthy.

3. Placing plants especially flowers at various places

      No one wants an empty house, and plants definitely play a refreshing role. First, the plants provide you with oxygen necessary for survival. Second, plants and especially flowers spread heart-attracting fragrance. All unhealthy odors are eradicated from your home and you feel fresh whenever you are inside it. Flowers also make your home interior look more appealing.

4. Disposing off wastes away from home regularly

      It's very important to throw away household wastes far from your house every day. When wastes are kept untouched for many days, they attract bacteria and viruses. Flies and mosquitoes also start gathering and increasing at such places. As a result, diseases are caused.

5. Using anti-bacterial materials for washing floors and contents      Usually unclean fans, floors and walls breed bacteria and viruses, which are then carried by flies and mosquitoes. These carriers then infect the humans by contact through contaminated food or direct attacks on human body. It's always recommended to use anti-bacterial or anti-viral cleaners for fans, floors, walls, laptops, and TVs.

1. A green home is closely related with the size of your home.__1__

2. A green home does good to your health.__2__

3. The quality of indoor materials is of great importance to keep the house clean.__3__

4. Household wastes should be thrown away daily.__4__

5. Flies and mosquitoes breed bacteria and viruses.__5__

答案是:

       2.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

    In 1909 an English newspaper offered £ 1,000 to the first man to fly across the English Channel in an aeroplane. Today, modern jets cross it in minutes. But at that time it still seemed a good distance. The race to win the money soon became a race between two men. Both were very colorful.

      One was Louis Bleriot. He owned a factory in France that made motor car lamps. He was already well known as a pilot because he had had accidents several times. Some people laughed at him. One man said, “He may not be the first to fly across the Channel but he will certainly be the first to die in an accident!” But Bleriot was really a good and brave pilot. He also had many good ideas about aeroplane design.

      The other man was Hubert Latham. He was half French and half English. He took up flying when his doctors told him he had only a year to live. “Oh, well,” he said, “if I'm going to die soon, I think I shall have a dangerous and interesting life now.”

      Latham was the first to try the flight across the Channel. Ten kilometres from the French coast, his plane had some trouble. It fell down into the water and began to sink under the water. A boat reached Latham just in time. He was sitting calmly on the wing and was coolly lighting a cigarette. Bleriot took off six days later. He flew into some very bad weather and very low cloud. He somehow got to the English side and landed in a farmer's field. When he did so, a customs (海关) officer rushed up to his plane. Planes have changed since then, but customs officers have not. “Have you anything to declare?” The officer demanded.

The story took place __1__ .

A. in the early 20th century

B. in the 19th century

C. at a time not mentioned in the passage

2. Bleriot was well known as a pilot because __2__ .

A. he was unusually brave

B. he had many good ideas about aeroplane design

C. he had had a few accidents

3. Why did Hubert Latham want to fly across the Channel?  __3__

A. He thought he could manage it easily.

B. He knew he only had a year to live.

C. He had always been interested in flying.

4. Why did the customs officer rush to the plane?  __4__

A. To ask if Beriot had anything to declare.

B. To make sure that the pilot was not hurt.

C. To ask why the plane had landed in a farmer’s field.

5. “Do you have anything to declare?” means __5__ .

A. “Do you want any help?”

B. “Is there anything wrong?”

C. “Have you brought anything on which custom duties must be paid?”

答案是:

       3.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABCD三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

      While there are still many people who don't feel comfortable using a credit card to buy over the Internet, e-commerce is absolutely here to stay. If you take a few precautions buying over the Internet can actually be safer than using your credit card in a restaurant.

     Just as you should notice your surroundings and suspicious-looking people when withdrawing (提取) money from an ATM, you should know how to recognize the warning signs of Internet tricks and take steps to avoid being a victim when shopping online. Here are some good tips to remember when shopping online:

      Before submitting your personal information to a site, try to find out how the information may be used and whether it will be sold to or shared with other businesses. If you don't like what you read, shop somewhere else.

      Don't provide personal information such as address , telephone number, social security number , or e-mail address unless you know who you are providing the information for, why it' s being requested , and how it will be used .

      Use a credit card, not a debit card (借记卡) for shopping on the internet. Debit cards don't have the same protection as credit cards.

      Carefully review your credit card and bank statement each month for unknown charges and inform your credit card company or bank immediately if you notice any charges you didn't know about.

      Clean your computer with free online software that detects spy-ware and install a firewall (防火墙) to ensure the sites you shop on don' t install spy-ware on your computer.

While shopping online, you should __1__

A. be sure nobody is standing beside you

B. only shop at the site that you have often visited

C. find out how the personal information willbe used

D. never provide personal information

2. According to the passage, if you find your credit card has unexplained charges, you should __2__

A. tell your credit card company as soon as possible

B. change your credit card code number immediately

C. check all the websites you have visited

D. use a debit card instead of a credit card

3. The underlined word "precaution" in Paragraph One means something done to __3__.

A. make suspicious—looking people go away

B. protect you against loss or possible dangers

C. remind you to obey the rules when sopping online

D. avoid being cheated when eating in a restaurant

4. What is not advised by the writer when shopping online? __4__

A. Using credit cards.

B. Installing a firewall.

C. Visiting famous websites.

D. Being very careful.

5. What' s the writer' s purpose in writing this passage? __5__

A. To suggest a new way of shopping.

B. To tell us the advantages of shopping online.

C. To tell us how to shop safely online.

D. To tell us how to avoid being cheated.

答案是:

       4.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABCD三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

    An e-book(also referred to as an electronic booke-bookor e-book)is a digital version of a print book that you download and read. But if you want to read an e-book, you must have an E-book Reader, which is a kind of free software used by your computer. Make sure you have installed the appropriate Reader before you download your e-book from the Internet. The software allows you to turn the words on the screen into the size you like. It also helps you turn pages and change your viewing options. E-books are a fun alternative to regular books. You can download them to any computers and create your own library of hundreds of titles. If you load them onto your portable computeryou can take them with you when you travel. Some e-books are even interactive! Best of allwhen you order an e-bookthere is no waiting and no shipping charges. The amount of time it takes to download your e-book depends on the speed of your connection and the size of your e-book.

   From this passage,we learn that an e-book __1__.

  A. can be found in any library

  B. can be read directly from the Internet

  C. can be read by any one who has a computer

  D. can be read when special software is installed

  2. The E-book Reader is used for __2__.

  A. reading an e-book you’ve downloaded

  B. turning a print book into a digital version

  C. downloading an e-book from the Internet

  D. copying an e-book onto a portable computer

  3. From this passage,we can learn that __3__.

  A. you can read an e-book on a laptop when you travel

  B. you can order an e-book using the E-book Reader

  C. the e-books ordered have to be shipped to you

  D. it takes a lot of trouble reading an e-book

  4. Which of the following statements is TRUE? __4__

  A. An e-book is ordered in print book.

  B. The size of the words in an e-book cannot be changed.

  C. The downloading time is decided by the e-book's size.

  D. There is less fun reading an e-book than a print book.

  5. The passage is mainly about __5__.

  A. a better way to download an E-book

  B. a new kind of book—the E-books

  C. the new version of E-books

  D. the fun of reading E-books 

答案是:

       5.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

      A brand new Minecraft game will be story-driven.

      The new series of “Minecraft: Story Mode” will be set in the world of Minecraft, but it will feature an original story that combines new characters with familiar themes. It is driven by player choice. It will be a separate standalone product.

      The decision to make the new game community-driven is potentially brilliant. It’s interesting that feedback from the community is going to be brought into Minecraft: Story Mode. In a way, it echoes what Minecraft is. It is a user-generated world.

      It’s likely that there already have been gamers on Minecraft fan blogs. They have come up with theories as to how the universe was created. There could be lots of contradictory things there. But from a marketing standpoint, it makes all the sense in the world for the community of “you guys are going to write this.” 

      Minecraft first came out in 2009 and is probably due for an evolution of some sort. Story Mode seems like a natural next step. A dedicated fan base has very high expectations. It will be satisfied with the story it is developing.

      There will be challenges, however. Minecraft does not follow what the game industry is used to working with. It will be a completely different development scenario. It is a world with no story and starting from the beginning. As long as the Minecraft story is popular and successful, that might be OK.

  1.  

    1. The new series of game will feature a new story       with unfamiliar themes.  __1__

    2. The new game will be combined with other       products.  __2__ 

    3. The new game is community-driven.  __3__

    4. The game fans can create the theories of the       universe on the Minecraft blogs.  __4__

    5. Minecraft strictly follows the rules of the game       industry.  __5__

答案是:

       2.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

      It is amazing to note that the Internet is still such a new deviceand yet it is one of the fastest and most powerful media tools. But think about it for a moment. On the Interneta big online company can be run by only two guys in their garage. So it is only reasonable thenthat people shopping online would be a little leery of the security levels.
      Internet giants such as Microsoft knew consumer confidence was the key to getting virtual(
虚拟的) shopping off the groundand they work hard to make people feel safe to shop online.
      Credit card companies
tooquickly saw the potential for online shoppingand have installed things like online shopping insurance for people. If you ever have a problem with your online credit purchasesmany credit card companies will happily refund(退还) your money and then set their claws on the company that wronged you. Now that’s buying power!
      There are other bonuses for online shoppers
of course. No line­upsfor one. No annoying mall shopping carts with broken wheels and kids crying because their parents won’t get them what they want.
      When shopping online
consumers can sit downhave a coffeeand wear their slippersnot having to worry about their hair or parkingand just clicking through sale after sale. Comparison shopping couldn’t be any easier. And thanks to courier companies(快递公司) getting in on the actyou never need to wait longer than a day or two to get those all important purchases delivered right to your door.
      No wonder so many companies are shaking their heads at traditional retailing and instead looking to the “virtual” world to attract online shoppers.

1The underlined word “leery” in the first paragraph means being very sure.  __1__

2Consumer confidence in online shopping mainly relies on security in shopping.  __2__

3Internet giants, traditional retailers, courier companies and credit card companies have made contributions to the popularity of online shopping.  __3__

4The author think of the current online shopping as safe, convenient and fast.  __4__

Nowadays many companies are trying to cooperate with the online shoppers instead of traditional retailers.   __5__

答案是:

       3.        

二、完形填空:阅读下面的短文,选择合适的内容将短文补充完整。

Top 3 Green Home Innovations

      __1__.There are many things you can do to reduce carbon emission and help to make the earth a better place for future generations. Here are a few suggestions.

      __2__Although LED lamps cost more money than standard incandescent or compact fluorescent bulbs do at the beginning, these long-lasting LED lamps will eventually be worth the money because of nergy saved. LED lamps also produce a cleaner, more natural light.

      __3__.“Water”is a hot topic, especially in the Southwest. Household water filters are now available to clean and reuse water from showers and baths. Gray water reuse systems redirect the used water from washing machines to lawns or gardens.

      __4__

      __5__. Building materials and embellishments like paint and carpets can emit chemical compounds into the atmosphere, and because a home is an enclosed space, those compounds can sometimes accumulate to dangerous levels. Installing a whole-house air purification system is one way to keep indoor air clean and circulating.

      Going “green” doesn't have to be a challenge. A home is a long-term investment. You don't have to start over from cratch. Make small changes. Choose environmentally friendly paint or LED bulbs. 

      Chances are that your home will need improvements eventually.Whenever possible, choose upgrades that will reduce your carbon footprint. It's good for the planet, and it's good for you.

In recent years indoor air pollution has got a lot of attention.

B. Air Purification

C. Water Recycling

D. In the last decade a growing number of people were interested in conserving energy and preserving the environment by living “green”

E. LED Lighting

答案是:

       3.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

    In 1933, an unknown American called Clarence Nash went to see the filmmaker Walt Disney. He had an unusual voice and he wanted to work in Disney's cartoon(动画片) film for children. When Walt Disney heard Nash's voice, he said “Stop! That's our duck!”

     The duck was the now-famous Donald Duck, who first appeared in 1934 in the film The Wise Little Hen. Donald lived in an old houseboat(水上住家) and wore his sailor jacket and hat. Later that year he became a star after an eight-minute Mickey Mouse film. The cinema audience liked him because he was lazy and greedy(贪婪的), and because he lost his temper(发脾气) very quickly . And they loved his voice when he became angry with Mickey's eight nephews(侄子). Soon Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse himself, probably because he wasn't a goody-goody like Mickey.

      In the 1930s, 40s and 50s Donald and hid friends Mickey, Goofy and Pluto made hundreds of Disney cartoons. He also made educational films about the place of the USA in the world, and safety in the home. Then in 1966 Donald Duck and his voice disappeared---there were no more new cartoons.

      Clarence Nash died in February, 1985. But today's children can still see the old cartoons on television and hear that famous voice.

When was the first Donald Duck film made?  __1__

    A. In 1933.            B. In 1934.            C. In 1966.

2.Who was Clarence Nash?  __2__

     A cartoonist      B. Donald Duck’s voice     C. A film-maker

3.Where do today's children see Donald Duck?  __3__

  A. In new film     B. At the cinema         C. On television  

4.The underlined word audience in the second paragraph means __4__.

      A. formal interview  B. law freedom          C. the people who watch a film at a cinema

5.The underlined word goody-goody in the second paragraph means a person who __5__.

A. likes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

B. dislikes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

C. dislikes to be faulty in behaviour

答案是:

       4.        

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

    The fridge is considered necessary. It has been so since the 1960s when packaged food list appeared with the span: "Store in the refrigerator."

      In my fridgeless Fifties childhood, 1 was fed well and healthy. The milkman came every day, the grocer, the butcher (肉商), the baker, and the ice-cream man delivered two or three times each week. The Sunday meat would last until Wednesday and surplus(剩余的) bread and milk became all kinds of cakes. Nothing was wasted, and we were never troubled by rotten food. Thirty years on food deliveries have ceased, fresh vegetables are almost unobtainable in the country.

      The invention of the fridge contributed comparatively little to the art of food preservation. Many well-tried techniques already existed -- natural cooling, drying, smoking, salting, sugaring, bottling...

      What refrigeration did promote was marketing --- marketing hardware and electricity, marketing soft drinks, marketing dead bodies of animals around the world in search of a good price.

      Consequently, most of the world's fridges are to be found, not in the tropics where they might prove useful, but in the rich countries with mild temperatures where they are climatically almost unnecessary. Every winter, millions of fridges hum away continuously, and at vast expense, busily maintaining an artificially-cooled space inside an artificially-heated house -- while outside, nature provides the desired temperature free of charge.

      The fridge's effect upon the environment has been evident, while its contribution to human happiness has been not important.

 The statement "In my fridgeless fifties childhood, I was fed well and healthily." suggests that the author was well-fed and healthy even without a fridge in his fifties.  __1__

2. The author says that nothing was wasted before the invention of fridges because people had effective ways to preserve food.  __2__

3. Consumers benefited the most from fridges according to the author?  __3__

4. What refrigeration did promote was food-preserving. __4__

5. The author is critical to fridges.  __5__

答案是:

       3.        

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

点击听音频

They are talking about a camera.  __1__
2. You can find a mobile phone in any of latest MP4.  __2__
3. The new cell phone is just like a pad.  __3__
4. Digital devices are becoming bigger and harder to carry.  __4__
5. The cell phone generally has memories of over 512 MB.  __5__

答案是:

Going “green” ____ have to be a challenge.

don't

doesn't

is

答案是:

—  Well, may I know how long the training will be?

—  _______

It will last six months.

It will be 5 meters.

It will be fine.

答案是:

Pei was the son of a ____ banker. 

prime

prompt

prominent

答案是:

Our company specializes _____ architectural design. 

off

in

on

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

In capsule hotels, each guest stays in a small sleeping space called capsule. It measures about 2 meters in length and1 meter in both width and height.

It is a type of hotel first developed in Japan intended to provide cheap, basic overnight accommodation for guests who do not require the services offered by traditional hotels. Facilities differ, but most include a television and wireless internet connection. There are many buttons in the capsule. One turns on the light, one turns on the TV, one controls the channels. There is a radio and an alarm clock built in. The open end of the capsule can be closed, for privacy, with a curtain or a fiber glass door. Luggage is stored in a locker. Clothes and shoes are sometimes exchanged for a yukata and slippers on entry. Washrooms are communal. Guests are asked not to smoke or eat in the capsules. Some hotels also provide restaurants (or at least vending machines), pools, and other entertainment facilities. Capsules are used primarily by men. Some capsule hotels offer separate sections for male and female guests.

The benefits of these hotels are convenience and price, usually around ¥2000-4000 (USD 25-50) a night. They provide a place for those who may be too drunk to return home safely. About 30% at the Capsule Hotel were unemployed or underemployed and were renting capsules by the month. It was first offered to salary men who had missed the last train home, but now it is also popular with travelers from all over the world. Therefore, it's going to gain more popularity.

1.The space of each capsule is quite  .

A. large

B. capacious

C. limited

2. Most capsules are not equipped with   in the small sleeping space.

A. a TV

B. washrooms

C. wireless internet connection

3.Capsule hotels were first developed in  .

A. Japan

B. China

C. UK

4.The benefits of these hotels do not include  .

A. convenience

B. comfort

C. price

5.The writer has a   attitude towards capsule hotels.

A. positive

B. negative

C. neutral

答案是:

—  Sir , could you please put out your cigarette? This is a smoke-free(无烟的)school.
—  __________

I'm sorry about this

No problem

Sure,I'd love to

答案是:

—  It is a little expensive for me. Can I have a discount?

—  ______

You must be kidding.   

It is terrible

The price has been reduced by 50%.It is a real bargain.

答案是:

I am interested in novelsby Hemingway. 

write

written

writing

答案是:

_____ Mr Zhang said is quite right.

That

When

What

答案是:

It's no use _____________ here, let's go home.

waiting

to wait

wait

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

点击听音频

1.Judy doesn't like to play games that require her to think hard.  
2. Henry is good at darts.  
3. Henry used to play dominos with his parents every day.    
4. Judy enjoys playing cards online.    
5. Judy is an expert at mahjong.

答案是:

The organization has __________ a campaign to raise money for the election.

taken

made

launched

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

点击听音频

1.Henry thinks the transportation system is simple.  
2. Julie believes more roads should be built and there will be fewer traffic jams.  
3. According to Henry, people should be encouraged to use cars.  
4. Both Henry and Julie agree that people should pay tax for using cars.    
5. According to Henry, people will be in favor of using cars less to make the air cleaner.

答案是:

He has forgotten to  the battery. 

charge

electrify

load

答案是:

As for your second question, we have noticedreports. 

relative

relavant

regard

答案是:

is well known, Shanghai is a big city

As

Which

That

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABCD三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

While there are still many people who don't feel comfortable using a credit card to buy over the Internet, e-commerce is absolutely here to stay. If you take a few precautions buying over the Internet can actually be safer than using your credit card in a restaurant.

Just as you should notice your surroundings and suspicious-looking people when withdrawing (提取) money from an ATM, you should know how to recognize the warning signs of Internet tricks and take steps to avoid being a victim when shopping online. Here are some good tips to remember when shopping online:

Before submitting your personal information to a site, try to find out how the information may be used and whether it will be sold to or shared with other businesses. If you don't like what you read, shop somewhere else.

Don't provide personal information such as address , telephone number, social security number , or e-mail address unless you know who you are providing the information for, why it' s being requested , and how it will be used .

Use a credit card, not a debit card (借记卡) for shopping on the internet. Debit cards don't have the same protection as credit cards.

Carefully review your credit card and bank statement each month for unknown charges and inform your credit card company or bank immediately if you notice any charges you didn't know about.

Clean your computer with free online software that detects spy-ware and install a firewall (防火墙) to ensure the sites you shop on don' t install spy-ware on your computer.

1.While shopping online, you should

A. be sure nobody is standing beside you

B. only shop at the site that you have often visited

C. find out how the personal information willbe used

D. never provide personal information

2. According to the passage, if you find your credit card has unexplained charges, you should

A. tell your credit card company as soon as possible

B. change your credit card code number immediately

C. check all the websites you have visited

D. use a debit card instead of a credit card

3. The underlined word "precaution" in Paragraph One means something done to  .

A. make suspicious—looking people go away

B. protect you against loss or possible dangers

C. remind you to obey the rules when sopping online

D. avoid being cheated when eating in a restaurant

4. What is not advised by the writer when shopping online?

A. Using credit cards.

B. Installing a firewall.

C. Visiting famous websites.

D. Being very careful.

5. What' s the writer' s purpose in writing this passage?

A. To suggest a new way of shopping.

B. To tell us the advantages of shopping online.

C. To tell us how to shop safely online.

D. To tell us how to avoid being cheated.

答案是:

We have fully _____________ smoke alarms on all staircases.

function

functionally

functional

答案是:

All the mobile phones must __________ before the meeting begins. 

turn off

be turned off

be turning off

答案是:

 The law requires that everyone _________ his car checked at least once a year.

has

had

have

答案是:

You do not mind   long hours, do you?

working

work

to work

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—  Could you give me your phone number?

—  _______

It's very kind of you to do so. 

It doesn't matter.

Sure. My phone number is 135-5674-5633.

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You don't have to start over from ______.

scratch

head

again

答案是:

Of the two architectural designs, I think this one is _____. 

good

better

best

答案是:

It was the Louvre Pyramid_____ brought him worldwide fame. 

what

that

as

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—   What do you think of the documentary Protecting the Earth?
—   ________. It has attracted lots of TV audiences.

Enjoy yourself

Many thanks

Pretty good

答案是:

It is necessary to have a team leader with __ you can work.

whose

who

whom

答案是:

Tom told a lie to avoid___________________.

punishing

being punished

punished

答案是:

—  I have just got an iPad as my birthday gift. 
—  ______

Good luck!

That's right !  

 Congratulations ! 

答案是:

Prices of daily goods ___________ online can be lower than store prices. 

are bought

bought

been bought

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABCD三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

An e-book(also referred to as an electronic booke-bookor e-book)is a digital version of a print book that you download and read. But if you want to read an e-book, you must have an E-book Reader, which is a kind of free software used by your computer. Make sure you have installed the appropriate Reader before you download your e-book from the Internet. The software allows you to turn the words on the screen into the size you like. It also helps you turn pages and change your viewing options. E-books are a fun alternative to regular books. You can download them to any computers and create your own library of hundreds of titles. If you load them onto your portable computeryou can take them with you when you travel. Some e-books are even interactive! Best of allwhen you order an e-bookthere is no waiting and no shipping charges. The amount of time it takes to download your e-book depends on the speed of your connection and the size of your e-book.

   1.From this passage,we learn that an e-book  .

  A. can be found in any library

  B. can be read directly from the Internet

  C. can be read by any one who has a computer

  D. can be read when special software is installed

  2. The E-book Reader is used for  .

  A. reading an e-book you’ve downloaded

  B. turning a print book into a digital version

  C. downloading an e-book from the Internet

  D. copying an e-book onto a portable computer

  3. From this passage,we can learn that  .

  A. you can read an e-book on a laptop when you travel

  B. you can order an e-book using the E-book Reader

  C. the e-books ordered have to be shipped to you

  D. it takes a lot of trouble reading an e-book

  4. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

  A. An e-book is ordered in print book.

  B. The size of the words in an e-book cannot be changed.

  C. The downloading time is decided by the e-book's size.

  D. There is less fun reading an e-book than a print book.

  5. The passage is mainly about  .

  A. a better way to download an E-book

  B. a new kind of book—the E-books

  C. the new version of E-books

  D. the fun of reading E-books

答案是:

—  Have you ever shopped online?

—  ______. 

Yes,I do.

Quite often .It is very convenient,saving me a lot of time.

Certainly.

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—  You always shop online. Is it really reliable?

—  __________

 It is changeable.

As long as you are careful, online shopping is trustworthy.

Good luck to you.

答案是:

We sent the injured to the hospital ___________the accident happened.

as soon as

when

no matter

答案是:

It was not _______  he took off his glass ____I realized who he was.

whenthat

until;when

until;that

答案是:

Having an education from a school will make you realize your dream and get______recognition.

respective

reputable

reputation

答案是:

—  What do you think of the song?

—  

It sounds sweet.

I like music very much.

I don't know the title.

答案是:

—  Could you help me with this crossword puzzle, please?

—  

No, no way.

No,I can't.

Sorry I can't. It's too difficult for me.

答案是:

 Society is now much more _____________ than ever before.

diffrent

diverse

changing

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 I really appreciate __________ to help me, but I am sure that I will be able to manage by myself. 

you to offer

your offering

that you offer

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

      A brand new Minecraft game will be story-driven.

      The new series of “Minecraft: Story Mode” will be set in the world of Minecraft, but it will feature an original story that combines new characters with familiar themes. It is driven by player choice. It will be a separate standalone product.

      The decision to make the new game community-driven is potentially brilliant. It’s interesting that feedback from the community is going to be brought into Minecraft: Story Mode. In a way, it echoes what Minecraft is. It is a user-generated world.

      It’s likely that there already have been gamers on Minecraft fan blogs. They have come up with theories as to how the universe was created. There could be lots of contradictory things there. But from a marketing standpoint, it makes all the sense in the world for the community of “you guys are going to write this.” 

      Minecraft first came out in 2009 and is probably due for an evolution of some sort. Story Mode seems like a natural next step. A dedicated fan base has very high expectations. It will be satisfied with the story it is developing.

      There will be challenges, however. Minecraft does not follow what the game industry is used to working with. It will be a completely different development scenario. It is a world with no story and starting from the beginning. As long as the Minecraft story is popular and successful, that might be OK.

  1.  

    1. The new series of game will feature a new story       with unfamiliar themes.  

    2. The new game will be combined with other       products.    

    3. The new game is community-driven.  

    4. The game fans can create the theories of the       universe on the Minecraft blogs.  

    5. Minecraft strictly follows the rules of the game       industry.  

答案是:

—  If you like I can mail the tax bill for you?

—  

You are so kind.

That's very kind of you.

You are great.

答案是:

The school conducted a(an)(n) __________ investigation on the accident.  

negative

extensive

positive

答案是:

This medicine __________ before dinner. 

should have taken

should have been took

should be taken

答案是:

—  Oh, dear! I've just broken a window.

—  .

Great.

Don't worrry.

That's fine.

答案是:

The question ______ by us soon.

is going to discuss

has been discussed

is going to be discussed

答案是:

—  What does your company specialize in?

—  _______

Our company is very large.

Our company specializes in flood-proof development.

Our company is located in Beijing.

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

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1.Mary is receiving Henry.

2. Henry will work in the Personnel Department.

3. Henry does mind working long hours.

4. Henry often took quite a few courses each semester in school.

5. Henry didn’t do any part-time job when he was at school.

答案是:

—  Would you mind taking the rubbish outside?
—  _______.

Not at all

Never mind

Yes,I will

答案是:

How will the war on his generation? 

effect

affect

impact

答案是:

This will make computer games more than ever. 

interact

interactive

intermediate

答案是:

He is working hard, ______will make him pass the final exam.

that

which

for which

答案是:

We must put _____ into practice.

what we have learned

that we have learned

that have we learned 

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

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1.Both of them like online shopping very much.  
2. Being cheap is one of the reasons for online shopping.  
3. Henry is a big fan of digital products, so he likes sitting in front of the computer all day.    
4. Henry will go to the department store with Sally.  
5. Both of them will visit the computer store.

答案是:

It is necessary __________ the book immediately.

for him to return

his returning

that he returns

答案是:

These shops _____________ to the needs of children. 

meet

solve

cater

答案是:

 It was a __________ relationship between the boy and the man. 

mix

confuse

complex

答案是:

—  How are you feeling?

—  Much better.  .

Thanks for coming to see me.

You look great.

Don't mention it.

答案是:

If I had time ,__________ see that new movie at the University Theatre. 

I'll

I may

I'd

答案是:

— Hello, may I speak to Henry?

— _______ 

This is Henry speaking.

 It is Henry.

My name is Henry.

答案是:

This garden is three times as ______ as that one. 

big

bigger

biggest

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确写“T”错误写“F”

Five Tips to Make Your House Look Greener

There are plenty of ways to make your house look greener. It doesn't matter how many people reside in your home. It doesn't even matter what is the size of your home. What matters is how your house looks and how it affects you and others residing in it.

It is very necessary to make your house look greener because it has a direct impact on your health. If you keep your house greener, you will get rid of many dangerous diseases. Here are some ways to keep it greener.

1.Good and reliable Interior

Indoor material, like windows, doors, cupboards, etc. must be of good quality. These things play an important role to clean the house. Doors and cupboards must be of high quality wood. Aluminium windows must be used. You must use high-quality paints for walls, doors, windows and cupboards.

2. Using wider windows and doors for ventilation.     Oxygen is a necessary element to enable you to live alive. For healthy life, windows and doors must be wide and usually be kept open at least for 15 hours a day, as ventilation of air makes you fresh and healthy.

3. Placing plants especially flowers at various places

No one wants an empty house, and plants definitely play a refreshing role. First, the plants provide you with oxygen necessary for survival. Second, plants and especially flowers spread heart-attracting fragrance. All unhealthy odors are eradicated from your home and you feel fresh whenever you are inside it. Flowers also make your home interior look more appealing.

4. Disposing off wastes away from home regularly

It's very important to throw away household wastes far from your house every day. When wastes are kept untouched for many days, they attract bacteria and viruses. Flies and mosquitoes also start gathering and increasing at such places. As a result, diseases are caused.

5. Using anti-bacterial materials for washing floors and contents     Usually unclean fans, floors and walls breed bacteria and viruses, which are then carried by flies and mosquitoes. These carriers then infect the humans by contact through contaminated food or direct attacks on human body. It's always recommended to use anti-bacterial or anti-viral cleaners for fans, floors, walls, laptops, and TVs.

1. A green home is closely related with the size of your home.

2. A green home does good to your health.

3. The quality of indoor materials is of great importance to keep the house clean.

4. Household wastes should be thrown away daily.

5. Flies and mosquitoes breed bacteria and viruses.

答案是:

—  Could you recommend some famous architectural buildings to visit in China?

—  _______

No,I couldn't.

Yes ,it is.

I highly recommend the Bird's Nest.

答案是:

____ trying to beat back the rising flood, innovative amphibious buildings can adapt to the rising flood. 

Besides

For

Instead of

答案是:

He __ voters to go to the polls tomorrow.

appeal

appeal for

appeal against

答案是:

People like to be __ around  people.

positive

negative

passive

答案是:

There are ______ students in Class One than in Class Two. 

many

more

most

答案是:

 The _____ question is much more different than this one.

six

sixth

sixteen

答案是:

Well, the design manager is ____ by your CV and he wants you to be in his team.

impress

impressed

impressing

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

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1.The Belgian city of Ghent has declared Mondays meat-free days.  
2. The livestock sector has become one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems.    
3. The author is a complete vegetarian.    
4. According to the passage, people who eat less meat will be easily sick.    
5. There aren't many vegetarian dishes in the restaurant mentioned in the passage.

答案是:

He is used to ________ in the house, which is used to _________ books.

living    storing

live    store

living    store

答案是:

Miltonthe glass to his lips.

rose

arose

raised

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

The fridge is considered necessary. It has been so since the 1960s when packaged food list appeared with the span: "Store in the refrigerator."

In my fridgeless Fifties childhood, 1 was fed well and healthy. The milkman came every day, the grocer, the butcher (肉商), the baker, and the ice-cream man delivered two or three times each week. The Sunday meat would last until Wednesday and surplus(剩余的) bread and milk became all kinds of cakes. Nothing was wasted, and we were never troubled by rotten food. Thirty years on food deliveries have ceased, fresh vegetables are almost unobtainable in the country.

The invention of the fridge contributed comparatively little to the art of food preservation. Many well-tried techniques already existed -- natural cooling, drying, smoking, salting, sugaring, bottling...

What refrigeration did promote was marketing --- marketing hardware and electricity, marketing soft drinks, marketing dead bodies of animals around the world in search of a good price.

Consequently, most of the world's fridges are to be found, not in the tropics where they might prove useful, but in the rich countries with mild temperatures where they are climatically almost unnecessary. Every winter, millions of fridges hum away continuously, and at vast expense, busily maintaining an artificially-cooled space inside an artificially-heated house -- while outside, nature provides the desired temperature free of charge.

The fridge's effect upon the environment has been evident, while its contribution to human happiness has been not important.

The statement "In my fridgeless fifties childhood, I was fed well and healthily." suggests that the author was well-fed and 1.healthy even without a fridge in his fifties.  

2. The author says that nothing was wasted before the invention of fridges because people had effective ways to preserve food.

3. Consumers benefited the most from fridges according to the author?

4. What refrigeration did promote was food-preserving.  

5. The author is critical to fridges.

答案是:

—  How long is this cell phone guaranteed?

—  ______ 

No problem.

You can refund it in 7 days and exchange it in one year. 

Don't mention it.

答案是:

Most of the artists ___________ to the party were from South Africa. 

invited

to invite

had been invited

答案是:

—  I have no idea about where to buy a present for my friend, can you give me some advice?

—  ______

It depends.  

Taobao may be a good choice for you.

Help yourself.  

答案是:

We must ______unnecessary expense.

abolish

cancel

eliminate

答案是:

All these measures will ______ dramatically the development of the western areas in China.

improve

boost

enhance

答案是:

—  Do you still like playing Majiang now? 

—  

Yes.It's not so interesting

Not at all.Ihaven't played it for ages.

It's too boring.

答案是:

I prefer __________ to __________.

to drive……be driven

to drive……rather than being driven

driving……being driven

答案是:

—  How do I get to the garage? I need to have my car repaired.

—  

It's vetry far.

Yes,there is a garage near here.

Go down this street and turn left.

答案是:

—  Sorry. I have taken your car key by mistake.

—  

That's right.

You're welcome.

It doesn't matter.

答案是:

He was rushed to the hospital with __________ injuries. 

different

multiple

light

答案是:

The news reporters hurried to the airport, only ______the film stars had left.

to tell

to be told

telling

答案是:

二、完型填空:阅读下面短文,从ABC三个选项中选择合适的内容将短文补充完整。

You jump into a car, tell it where you want to go then sit back and let a computer take control. It seems a dream in the future. It isn't.

In many ways such driverless cars are already with us. There is partial automation in many cars, such as intelligent braking, lane departure warning and automatic parking. The systems are there   cars can pretty much drive themselves. No one noticed the introduction of cruise control. We've got collision avoidance, and we'll soon have automatic lane change.

Improving this technology should make the roads safer. Machines are much better at following rules than humans. Driveway signs advise drivers to slow down to avoid   jams. They are often ignored by drivers. But it won't happen   a computer. Driverless cars could also choose the best route to avoid traffic jams.

Fewer jams will mean   stop-start driving. Maintaining smooth and constant speeds will improve fuel efficiency. Computers could also be programmed to take the greenest route, rather than the fastest one. Under computer control, cars could also travel much closer together.

They can effectively “slipstream” one another and use less fuel to move themselves forward. They can even form multi-car “trains” going   high speeds. However, with driverless cars on the roads, there will be potential trust issues between people and machines. We could therefore see guard rails back on the sides of pavements. This would be a backwards step.

1.  A. because       B. so that        C. such as

2.    A. creating        B. to creat       C. creat

3.    A. with              B. to               C. on

4.    A. more             B. little            C. less

5.    A. over              B. in               C. at

答案是:

The organization will  a survey about the career choices of the college graduates. 

lead

conduct

manage

答案是:

—  I'm sorry. I shouldn't have put the printer here.

—  .

Well,it's OK.

No,it's all roght.

You are welcome.

答案是:

         , he opened the car door and drove the car away. 

Sensibly

Unawake

Unconsciously

答案是:

He is the right person to  such a large wine company.  

rule

managing

supervise

答案是:

—  What's your major please?

—  _______

I'm not sure

Who knows

I'm majoring in Interior Design

答案是:

 —  Could you please connect me with the HR Department?

 —  _______

OK. Thank you. 

Hold on a minute, please. I'll put you through.

Help yourself.  

答案是:

Placing a job advertisement on an online job board is _____.

expensively

sostly

cost

答案是:

 I have never read a book that is ______ than Harry Potter. 

interesting

more intereting

most interesting

答案是:

What matters is how your house looks and how it_____ you and others residing in it. 

affects

effects

infects

答案是:

二、完形填空:阅读下面的短文,选择合适的内容将短文补充完整。

Top 3 Green Home Innovations

       .There are many things you can do to reduce carbon emission and help to make the earth a better place for future generations. Here are a few suggestions.

       Although LED lamps cost more money than standard incandescent or compact fluorescent bulbs do at the beginning, these long-lasting LED lamps will eventually be worth the money because of nergy saved. LED lamps also produce a cleaner, more natural light.

       .“Water”is a hot topic, especially in the Southwest. Household water filters are now available to clean and reuse water from showers and baths. Gray water reuse systems redirect the used water from washing machines to lawns or gardens.

       . Building materials and embellishments like paint and carpets can emit chemical compounds into the atmosphere, and because a home is an enclosed space, those compounds can sometimes accumulate to dangerous levels. Installing a whole-house air purification system is one way to keep indoor air clean and circulating.

      Going “green” doesn't have to be a challenge. A home is a long-term investment. You don't have to start over from cratch. Make small changes. Choose environmentally friendly paint or LED bulbs. 

      Chances are that your home will need improvements eventually.Whenever possible, choose upgrades that will reduce your carbon footprint. It's good for the planet, and it's good for you.

A. In recent years indoor air pollution has got a lot of attention.

B. Air Purification

C. Water Recycling

D. In the last decade a growing number of people were interested in conserving energy and preserving the environment by living “green”

E. LED Lighting

答案是:

— If you're short-listed for the interview, we'll ring you by Friday.

— _______

I don't care.

It doesn't matter.

OK,Madam.I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

答案是:

There are ______ of ways to make your house look greener.

many

plenty

lot

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Hold on a minute, please. I'll put you _____  .

on

in

through

答案是:

—  What is the training about?

—  _______

It is about the latest flood-proof design.

It is about one month.

It is nothing.

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—  To be exact, what should I wear for the interview?

—  _______

You should wear formal clothes for the interview.

Yes,you should wear.

No,you shouldn't wear.

答案是:

My first ____ is the Taj Mahal because it is a teardrop of love.

recommend

recommendation

recommending

答案是:

We will ____ you later.

contact

contract

construct

答案是:

A _____ designer is needed.

full-time

full time

full timing

答案是:

二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确写“T”错误写“F”

Amphibious Architecture: Flood-Proof Home Designs

Instead of trying to beat back the rising flood, innovative amphibious buildings can adapt to the rising flood. These buildings are ready for whatever Mother Nature might throw at them– even 10-foot floodwaters. Let's take a look at just two of them.

The UK's First Amphibious House

The UK's first amphibious house is located on the Thames River. And the first amphibious building in Britain will be completed soon. Baca Architects designed this home for a couple who wanted to live on a flood-prone island, an island easy to be attacked by floods, in the Thames River. This building is equipped with a terraced landscape. And this terraced landscape acts as an early warning system when the waters are rising. The terraces will be filled with water before the ‘wet dock’ under the house does, and then the home itself will slowly rise to stay above the water.

Solar Powered Floating School in Nigeria

Residents of Makoko in Nigeria have been building houses on stilts for generations. People there go from one house to another by canoe. As sea levels are rising, officials threaten to tear down the entire community. If these houses are tore down, 250,000 people will be homeless and have to look for a new place to live. Architects found a solution in floating structures with improved sanitation conditions. The first completed example is a three-storey solar-powered school.

This amazing floating school addresses social, physical and ecological needs. Built on top of 256 recycled blue barrels, the school buildings are made of triangular bamboo and wood. Makoko's residents made full use of their skills when building these structures. With three levels, the solar-powered high school has room for 100 local kids and recycles rainwater to flush the toilets. And the cost for the whole school structures was under $7,000.

1.Innovative amphibious buildings have adaptation to the rising flood.

2.The first amphibious building in Britain has been completed.

3.250,000 residents of Makoko in Nigeria will be homeless if officials tear down their houses.

4.The first completed floating school has three floors.

5.In the opinion of the writer, the cost for the floating school was quite high.

答案是:

—  I heard you had attended an activity for environmental protection. Can you talk about it?

—  __________

I'm afraid to

Certainly,I'd like to.it is about the Earth Hour

It is lovely

答案是:

— Would you like to go to attend the conference on global warming with me? 

— ______, but I should finish my homework first. 

It’s hard to say    

You're welcome

I'd love to

答案是:

Mary can’t help ________when she saw her parents.

crying

to cry

cry

答案是:

I'll never forget the days __ I worked together with you.

that

when

which

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

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1.Milk cartons are unburnable trash.  
2. Everyday Henry can leave his rubbish outside as he wishes.  
3. Plastics would harm the environment if you were to burn them.  
4. You can leave batteries and clothes once every week.  
5. Henry can just leave all his rubbish outside his apartment without putting them into a bag.

答案是:

It will cost __ time to paint the old furniture.

considerate

considerably

considerable

答案是:

—  I want to look for a smart phone priced about 1000 Yuan. Do you have some to recommend?
—  _______

Of coursePlease take a look at this one.

It is very kind of you.

Thank you.    

答案是:

—   What do you think of your new computer?
—   _______

 I think so.

How about you?

It is really fantastic.

答案是:

He characterized briefly the main  in the world today.

tend

trend

treat

答案是:

The store will 5% for cash payment. 

discourse

discourage

discount

答案是:

The company has$10 million for advertising. 

built

given

budgeted

答案是:

二、听力理解:请听下面的对话,根据对话内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

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1.They are talking about a camera.  
2. You can find a mobile phone in any of latest MP4.  
3. The new cell phone is just like a pad.  
4. Digital devices are becoming bigger and harder to carry.  
5. The cell phone generally has memories of over 512 MB.

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—  So kind of you to recommend such a good website for shopping. 
—  _______. 

It doesn't matter

Never mind.

My pleasure

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—  Would you like to join us to shop online? 
—  ______, but I should finish my homework first. 

It's hard to say

You're welcome 

I'd love to

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_______ had the bell rung _______  the students took their seats.

Hardly;when

No sooner;when

Hardly;than

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 The book you ordered is not.   

accessible

acceptable

available

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He______with his wife on household expenses.

argued

debated

disputed

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容进行判断,正确为“T”,错误为“F”

      It is amazing to note that the Internet is still such a new deviceand yet it is one of the fastest and most powerful media tools. But think about it for a moment. On the Interneta big online company can be run by only two guys in their garage. So it is only reasonable thenthat people shopping online would be a little leery of the security levels.
      Internet giants such as Microsoft knew consumer confidence was the key to getting virtual(
虚拟的) shopping off the groundand they work hard to make people feel safe to shop online.
      Credit card companies
tooquickly saw the potential for online shoppingand have installed things like online shopping insurance for people. If you ever have a problem with your online credit purchasesmany credit card companies will happily refund(退还) your money and then set their claws on the company that wronged you. Now that’s buying power!
      There are other bonuses for online shoppers
of course. No line­upsfor one. No annoying mall shopping carts with broken wheels and kids crying because their parents won’t get them what they want.
      When shopping online
consumers can sit downhave a coffeeand wear their slippersnot having to worry about their hair or parkingand just clicking through sale after sale. Comparison shopping couldn’t be any easier. And thanks to courier companies(快递公司) getting in on the actyou never need to wait longer than a day or two to get those all important purchases delivered right to your door.
      No wonder so many companies are shaking their heads at traditional retailing and instead looking to the “virtual” world to attract online shoppers.

1The underlined word “leery” in the first paragraph means being very sure.  

2Consumer confidence in online shopping mainly relies on security in shopping.  

3Internet giants, traditional retailers, courier companies and credit card companies have made contributions to the popularity of online shopping.  

4The author think of the current online shopping as safe, convenient and fast.  

Nowadays many companies are trying to cooperate with the online shoppers instead of traditional retailers.   

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— Let's go to a movie after work, OK?

—  

Not at all.

Why not?

Never mind.

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—  How often do you go dancing?

—  

I will go dancing tomorrow.

Yesterday.

Every other day.

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There are many ways _____________ the problem.

solving

to solve

solve

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He's the best _____________ I've come across this season, a great player.

player

opponent

sportsman

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She _____________ close contacts with the scientist for many years.  

maintained

stayed

claimed

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

In 1933, an unknown American called Clarence Nash went to see the filmmaker Walt Disney. He had an unusual voice and he wanted to work in Disney's cartoon(动画片) film for children. When Walt Disney heard Nash's voice, he said “Stop! That's our duck!”

The duck was the now-famous Donald Duck, who first appeared in 1934 in the film The Wise Little Hen. Donald lived in an old houseboat(水上住家) and wore his sailor jacket and hat. Later that year he became a star after an eight-minute Mickey Mouse film. The cinema audience liked him because he was lazy and greedy(贪婪的), and because he lost his temper(发脾气) very quickly . And they loved his voice when he became angry with Mickey's eight nephews(侄子). Soon Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse himself, probably because he wasn't a goody-goody like Mickey.

In the 1930s, 40s and 50s Donald and hid friends Mickey, Goofy and Pluto made hundreds of Disney cartoons. He also made educational films about the place of the USA in the world, and safety in the home. Then in 1966 Donald Duck and his voice disappeared---there were no more new cartoons.

Clarence Nash died in February, 1985. But today's children can still see the old cartoons on television and hear that famous voice.

1.When was the first Donald Duck film made?

A. In 1933.            B. In 1934.            C. In 1966.

2.Who was Clarence Nash?

A cartoonist      B. Donald Duck’s voice     C. A film-maker

3.Where do today's children see Donald Duck?

  A. In new film     B. At the cinema         C. On television

4.The underlined word audience in the second paragraph means  .

A. formal interview  B. law freedom          C. the people who watch a film at a cinema

5.The underlined word goody-goody in the second paragraph means a person who  .

A. likes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

B. dislikes to appear to be faultless in behaviour

C. dislikes to be faulty in behaviour

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—  That’s a nice car!

—  

Oh,thanks.I go it yesterday.

Sorry,it's too cheap.

You can have it.

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—  Some cars are really expensive.

—  

Certainly they are. They burn less gas. 

I do hope so. 

I don't know about that. 

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He gave the boss a report which __________ the current market. 

analyzed

explained

expected

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Tom _______ have kept his promise. I wonder why he changed his idea. 

must

should

need

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What I should do is__________ the task soon. 

to finish

finished

be finished

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

In 1909 an English newspaper offered £ 1,000 to the first man to fly across the English Channel in an aeroplane. Today, modern jets cross it in minutes. But at that time it still seemed a good distance. The race to win the money soon became a race between two men. Both were very colorful.

One was Louis Bleriot. He owned a factory in France that made motor car lamps. He was already well known as a pilot because he had had accidents several times. Some people laughed at him. One man said, “He may not be the first to fly across the Channel but he will certainly be the first to die in an accident!” But Bleriot was really a good and brave pilot. He also had many good ideas about aeroplane design.

The other man was Hubert Latham. He was half French and half English. He took up flying when his doctors told him he had only a year to live. “Oh, well,” he said, “if I'm going to die soon, I think I shall have a dangerous and interesting life now.”

Latham was the first to try the flight across the Channel. Ten kilometres from the French coast, his plane had some trouble. It fell down into the water and began to sink under the water. A boat reached Latham just in time. He was sitting calmly on the wing and was coolly lighting a cigarette. Bleriot took off six days later. He flew into some very bad weather and very low cloud. He somehow got to the English side and landed in a farmer's field. When he did so, a customs (海关) officer rushed up to his plane. Planes have changed since then, but customs officers have not. “Have you anything to declare?” The officer demanded.

1.The story took place   .

A. in the early 20th century

B. in the 19th century

C. at a time not mentioned in the passage

2. Bleriot was well known as a pilot because   .

A. he was unusually brave

B. he had many good ideas about aeroplane design

C. he had had a few accidents

3. Why did Hubert Latham want to fly across the Channel?

A. He thought he could manage it easily.

B. He knew he only had a year to live.

C. He had always been interested in flying.

4. Why did the customs officer rush to the plane?

A. To ask if Beriot had anything to declare.

B. To make sure that the pilot was not hurt.

C. To ask why the plane had landed in a farmer’s field.

5. “Do you have anything to declare?” means   .

A. “Do you want any help?”

B. “Is there anything wrong?”

C. “Have you brought anything on which custom duties must be paid?”

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— I saw a car crash into the tree just now.

— 

You should drive safety.

A car?Not a man?

Wow,that's scaring.

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—  I was worried about this out-dated equipment.

—  .

You're so lucky.

It's too old.

Yeah,it may bring a health problem.

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The work __________ by the time you get here.

will have been done

is done

had been done

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 somebody decides to break the rules?

What about

What if

Whatever

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This new policy will  thousands of new jobs for the young people. 

generate 

develop

cause

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二、阅读理解:阅读下面的短文,根据文章内容从ABC三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

Man is a land animal, but he is also closely tied to the sea. Throughout history the sea has served the needs of man. The sea has provided man with food and a convenient way to travel to many parts of the world. Today, nearly two—thirds of the world's population live within 80 kilometers of the sea coast.

  In the modern technological world, the sea offers many resources to help mankind survive. Resources on land are beginning to be used up. The sea, however, still can be hoped to supply many of man's needs.

  The list of riches of the sea yet to be developed by man's technology is impressive. Oil and gas explorations have been carried out for nearly 30 years. Valuable amounts of minerals exist on the ocean floor ready to be mined (开采).

  Fish farming promises to be a good way to produce large quantities of food. The culture of fish and shellfish is an ancient skill practiced in the past mainly by Oriental people.

  Besides oil and gas, the sea may offer new sources of energy. Experts believe that the warm temperature of the ocean can be used in a way similar to the steam in a steamship. Ocean currents (水流) and waves offer possible use as a source of energy.

  Technology is enabling man to explore ever more deeply under the sea. The development of strong, new materials has made this possible.

  The technology to harvest the sea continues to improve. Experts believe that by the year 2000 the problems that prevent us from exploiting fully the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea will be largely solved.

1.The major things that the sea offers man are  .

A. fish and oil

B. warm temperature and ocean currents

C. the food, energy sources, and minerals

2. The sea serves the needs of man because  .

A. in provides man with food

B. it supplies man with minerals

C. all of the above

3. We can conclude from this passage that  .

  A. the sea resources have largely been used up

  B. the sea, in the broad sense, has not yet been developed

  C. the problems that prevent us from using the food, minerals, and energy sources of the sea have already been solved.

4. The underlined words Oriental people in the fourth paragraph probably mean  .

  A. the people in Asia       B. African people       C. European people

5. The best title for this passage is  .

A. Sea Harvest

B. Technology for Exploiting the Sea

C. Man and the Sea

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