Direction: In this part ,there are 40 incomplete sentences .For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose that best completes the sentences .Then write the corresponding answer on the Answer sheet.
1. The money will be used to keep a space vehicle on the moon busy back to the earth photo graphs and other information about the surface of the moon.
A. to send B. being sent C. to be sent D. sending
2. Even if I had know her address, I time to write to her.
A. can not have had B. will not have had C. must not have had D. might not have had
3. It suddenly occurred to Anne that money couldn’t all that Bob had suffered in the past five years.
A. make up for B. make out C. live up to D. live through
4. I think the Red Team will win the final game; it’s that they will.
A. almost surely B. rather possibly C. very likely D. quite certainly
5. Television was not invented by any one person into being overnight.
A. Nor has it sprung B. Nor does it spring C. Nor did it spring D. Nor can it spring
6. She accused the man breaking into her house.
A. of B. for C. at D. with
7. she realized it was too late to go home.
A. No sooner it grew dark than B. Hardly did it grow dark that
C. Scarcely had it grown dark than D. It was not until dark that
8. He often stopped at the sound of his own steps and was afraid to look his shoulder.
A. over B. back C. round D. beyond
9. Go straight into the cave and find out what’s in there, _______?
A. don’t you B. do you C. will you D. can you
10. The person that have the greatest influence children are their teachers.
A. in B. on C. for D. to
11. The mistake was to the carelessness of the assistant.
A. due B. caused C. because D. owe
12. We have our house every week by a cleaner.
A. cleaned B. clean C. cleaning D. to clean
13. I, as well as he a student.
A. be B. is C. are D. am
14. Ten minutes an hour when one is waiting for a phone call.
A. seemed B. to seem C. seem D. seems
15. The company raised the fare 40%.
A. with B. to C. from D. by
16. He was honest and faithful, and industrious and .
A. economic B. economy C. economical D. economics
17. A new difficulty has .
A. risen B. raised C. lifted D. arisen
18. It’s to expensive for me. I can’t it.
A. spend B. cost C. afford D. pay
19. In this type of school there is an emphasis training boys to be independent.
A. on B. for C. by D. at
20. Mary’s father approved of in the United States for another year in order to work toward her M.A.
A. her to say B. her saying C. she saying D. hers saying
21. you are familiar with the author’s ideas, try reading all the sections as quickly as you possibly can.
A. Now that B. Even since C. So that D. As long as
22. The work by the time you came back
A. will have been done B. was done C. had been done D. has done
23. The outline of the distant mountains could hardly be in the mist.
A. made up B. made out C. made for D. made from
24. Before I got to the cinema, the film .
A. had begun B. has begun C. is begun D. was beginning
25. He has been exposed English in American over the past two years.
A. with B. in C. into D. to
26. His letter was so confusing that I could hardly make any of it whatsoever.
A. meaning B. message C. sense D. explanation
27. The prize was given by the Mr. Smith
A. late B. latter C. later D. subsequent
28. In Chinese in universities, English is a course for all students.
A. comparative B. selective C. impulsive D. compulsory
29. I don’t have the idea what you mean.
A. smallest B. faintest C. slightest D. lightest
30.Mr.Blake was among the few men who refused to indulge in the foolish fads (时尚)of the day .
A. senseless B. sensible C. sensitive D. sensational
31. Her fluency in English gives her an advantage other girls for the job.
A. above B. over C. than D. with
32. The head office of the company has been from Hong Kong to New York for the sake of business expansion.
A. transported B. transplanted C. transferred D. transmitted
33. The final exam is divided into three , namely, reading, writing and translation.
A. fractions B. fragments C. portions D. sections
34. It was difficult to guess what her to the news would be.
A. impression B. reaction C. comment D. opinion
35. I decided to go to the library as soon as I .
A. finish what I did B. finished what I did
C. would finish what I was doing D. finished what I was doing
36. We are interesting in the weather because it ___ us so directly: what we wear, what we do, and even how we feel.
A. benefits B. affects C. guides D. effects
37. The teacher doesn’t permit in class.
A. smoke B. to smoke C. smoking D. to have a smoke
38. I like watching TV to the cinema.
A. more than to go B. than going C. more than going D. rather than to go
39. I hope my teacher will take my recent illness into when judging my examination.
A. regard B. counting C. account D. observation
40. You all those calculation! We have a computer to do that sort of thing.
A. needn’t have done B. must not have done C. shouldn’t have done D. can not have done
II. Reading Comprehension (50分)
Questions 41to 45 are based on the following passage:
Mr. Chen living next door to us has a habit of drinking. The best present to him, of course, is wine. Now his eldest son brought him a bottle of Mao Tai. He was glad and stared at it for some time, then wrote “105” on the corner of the trademark with a pencil, meaning he had already drunk 105 bottles of the famous wine. Two days later a stranger came. He offered to pay 5 yuan for the empty Mao Tai bottle. Mr. Chen was pleased and sold it. Several weeks later, his second son brought him another bottle of Mao Tai. While examining and enjoying it, he was suddenly terrified---he found “105”---the very mark on it.
41. The story is mainly about .
A. two sons of Mr. Chen’s B. wine, the best present
C. the secret of “105” D. an empty bottle worth 5 yuan
42. The story tells that the stranger was a man who .
A. took back empties B. produced famous wine
C. promoted (促进) the sale of Mao Tai D. knew how to meet people’s needs
43. Mr.Chen sold his empty Mao Tai bottle because .
A. he had already numbered it “105” B. he knew his second son would bring him another
C. the price offered was high enough D. he hoped the bottle could be used again
44. When examining and enjoying the wine sent by his second son, Mr.Chen was terrified because the found .
A. the wine was mixed with water B. he should have marked it “106”
C. the wine had exceeded (超出) the time limit D. his second son had been cheated
45. According to the story, who do you say learned a lesson?
A. The stranger B. Mr. Chen C. His neighbor D. Mr. Chen’s eldest son
Question 46 to 50 are based on the following passage
Deep inside a mountain near Sweetwater in East. Tennessee is a body of water known as the Lost Sea. It is listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest underground lake. The Lost Sea is part of an extensive and historic cave system called Craighead Caverns.
The caverns have been known and used since the days of the Cherokee Indian nation. The cave expands into a serious of huge rooms from a small opening on the side of the mountain. Approximately one mile from the entrance, in a room called “The Council Room”, many Indian artifacts have been found. Some of the items discovered include pottery, arrowhead, weapons, and jewelry.
For many years there were persistent rumors of a large underground lake somewhere in the cave, but it was not discovered until 1950. In that year, a thirteen-year-old boy named Ben Sands crawled through a small opening three hundred feet underground. He found himself in a large cave half filled with water.
Today tourists visit the Lost Sea and ride far out onto it in glass-bottomed boats powered by electric motors. More than thirteen acres of water have been mapped out so far and still no end to the lake has been found. Even though teams of drivers have tried to explore the Lost Sea, the full extent of it is still unknown.
46. The Lost Sea is unique because it is .
A. part of a historical cave system B. the biggest underground lake in the world
C. listed in the Guinness Book of World Records D. the largest of water in Tennessee
47. The Craighead Caverns have been known .
A. through history B. since the time of the Indian nations
C. since 1905 D. since divers explored them
48. Who located the lost Sea in recent times?
A. The Cherokee Indians B. Tourists C. Ben Sands D. Scientists
49. What was found in “The Council Room?”
A. A small natural opening B. A large cave C. Another series of rooms D. Many old Indian objects
50. It can be inferred from the passage that the Craighead Caverns presently serve as .
A. an underground testing site B. an Indian meeting ground
C. a tourist attraction D. a motor boat race course
Questions 51 to 55 are based on the following passage
In ancient times wealth was measured and exchanged in things that could be touched: food, tools, and precious metals and stone. Then the barter system was replaced by coins, which still had real value since they were pieces of rare metal. Coins were followed by flat money, paper notes that have value only because everyone agrees to accept them.
Today electronic monetary systems are gradually being introduced that will transform money into even less tangible forms, reducing it to a series of “bits and bytes”, or units of computerized information, going between machines at the speed of light. Already, electronic fund transfer allows money to be instantly sent and received by different banks, companies, and countries through computers and telecommunications devices.
51. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for the passage?
A. International Banking Policies B. The History of Monetary Exchange
C. The Development of Paper Currencies D. Current Problems in the Economy
52. According to the passage, which of the following was the earliest kind of exchange of wealth?
A. Bartered goods B. Fiat money C. Coin currency D. Intangible forms.
53. The author mentions food, tools and precious metals and stones together because they are all .
A. useful items B. articles of value C. difficult things to obtain D. material object
54. According to the passage, coins once had real value as currency because they .
A. represented a great improvement over barter B. permitted easy transportation of wealth
C. were made of precious metals D. could become collector’s items
55. Which of the following statements about computerized monetary systems is NOT supported by the passage?
A. They promote international trade B. They allow very rapid money transfer.
C. They are still limited to small transaction (交易) D. They are dependent on good telecommunications systems
Questions 56 to 60 are based on the following passage
The water we drink and use is running short in the world. We all have to learn how to stop wasting our limited water. One of the steps we should take is to find ways of reusing it. Experiments have already been done in this field.
Today in most large cities, fresh water is used only once, then it runs into waste system. But it is possible to pipe the used water to a purifying factory. There it can be filtered and treated with chemicals so that it can be used again, just as it were fresh from a spring.
But even if every large city purified its water, we still would not have enough. Then we could turn to the oceans. All we’d have to do to make use of the seawater on earth is to get rid of the salt. This process is called desalinization, and it is already in use in many part of the world.
56. The way to stop wasting our limited water is to .
A. do experiments with water B. purify the used water and reuse it
C. use fresh water once again D. make use of seawater
57. The following tells us how to reuse the used water. Which is the right order of the passage?
a) To have the used water filtered b) To put chemicals in it
c) To pipe it to the users d) To pipe the used water to be purified to a factory
A. d, a, b, c B. a, c, b, d C. b, c, d, a D. b, d, c, a
58. There wouldn’t be enough water for us if we didn’t .
A. turn to the oceans for more water B. reuse used water and make use of seawater
C. desalt seawater D. take steps to reuse all water on earth
59. The word “it” in the last sentence refers to .
A. seawater B. purified water
C. the process of getting rid of the salt in seawater D. the process of collecting salt from the sea oceans
60. The best title for the passage is “ ”.
A. How to Reuse Water B. Two Solutions to the Problem of Water Shortage
C. Stop Wasting Our Limited Water D. How to Make Use of Seawaters
III. Cloze (20分)
Section A (非英语专业学生做)
Of course, what is an ideal holiday for one person may be a very unpleasant one for another. If I were allowed to choose my own holiday, I would have no doubts: I would go on a 61 in a modern passenger ship with a swimming pool.62 my sportsman friend and my lazy friend came with me, they would both be happy: one would have plenty of games, swimming and dancing; 63 could sit in a comfortable chair all day, look at the sea and64 lemonade or beer. In a ship one can do 65 one likes, when one likes.
If one day I find an interesting book in the ship’s library, I can 66 the whole day reading it, and 67 will stop me. Perhaps the next day I shall want 68. Well, then I can play games with other passengers 69 I am hot and sweating and 70 for a bath. I can go and sleep in my cabin 71 of the day or night, I can get cheap drinks during 72, and I can eat as I like, choosing among 73 foods.
But what I like even 74 about a sea voyage 75 the chance to meet new and interesting people from many countries. 76 other kind of holiday gives us such a chance? 77 all the duties of life at home, we can talk, play games, swim, drink and 78 with our new friends. They can tell us about their own countries, their daily 79 and amusements, their hopes, and their fears. And 80 we can tell them all about ourselves.
61. A. travel B. journey C. voyage D. sea
62. A. Unless B. Now that C. If only D. Even if
63. A. the other B. another C. other D. others
64. A. drink B. drinking C. drinks D. drank
65. A. as if B. like C. how D. as
66. A. take B. cost C. spend D. use
67. A. nobody B. anybody C. somebody D. everybody
68. A. exercising B. being exercised C. no exercise D. some exercise
69. A. after B. until C. as soon as D. when
70. A. ready B. possible C. good D. convenient
71. A. at no time B. at a time C. at one time D. at any time
72. A. the day of most B .most day C. most of the day D. the most of day
73. A. variety B. a variety of C. variety of D. a various
74. A. more B. more and more C. most D. much
75. A. was B. is C. are D. were
76. A. How B. That C. What D. Why
77. A. Freed from B. Freed C. Free D. Freeing from
78. A. dances B. danced C. dancing D. dance
79. A. living B. lives C. liveliness D. live
80. A. in return B. by turns C. in turn D. for turn
Section B (非英语专业学生做)
Customs officers at a London airport yesterday found $500,000 worth of drugs which were being smuggled (走私) into Britain in boxes marked “Urgent Medical Supplies.” The 61 might have suspected for some time 62 drugs were being brought into the country in this way. The 63 is believed to be the work of a 64 international group. Four men were arrested at 65 airport and held for questioning, 66 it is unlikely that they are organizers. In 67 they declared that they were 68 of what the boxes contained and 69 acted in good faith in bringing 70 into Britain. This is the third time 71 six months that attempts have been made to smuggle 72 goods through Customs by declaring them to 73 medical supplies. They are frequently 74 in special containers to put a 78 to this practice, said one of the Customs officers today. 79 is no way these people are going to get away 80 this any longer. We have the full cooperation of the International Police who are as anxious as we are to track down the main source of supply.
61. A. authorities B. commanders C. leaders D. directors
62. A. what B. that C. although D. when
63. A. operation B. behavior C. movement D. development
64. A. well-constructed B. well-designed C. well-composed D. well-organized
65. A. an B. some C. the D. one
66. A. but B. so C. because D. as
67. A. turn B. return C. case D. fact
68. A. unconscious B. unaware C. unfamiliar D. unknown
69. A. were B. had C. have D. being
70. A. all B. it C. them D. such
71. A. of B. for C. by D. in
72. A. immoral B. criminal C. illegal D. irregular
73. A. get B. be C. become D. sell
74. A. parked B. picked C. passed D. packed
75. A. warning B. note C. symbol D. signature
76. A. harmed B. injured C. damaged D. hurt
77. A. Some B. We C. They D. those
78. A. stop B. hold C. stay D. step
79. A. It B. This C. There D. That
80. A. off B. in C. for D. with
IV. Translation (20分)
Section A (非英语专业学生做)
81. (Para 1, Passage 1）
She didn’t like leaving the children alone in the car, but the baby was sleeping soundly. And it would only be a moment.
82. (Para 4, Passage 2)
The six-hour day, the 180-day school year is regarded as somehow sacred (神圣的). But when parents work an eight-hour day and a 240-day year, it means something different.
83. (Para 1, Passage 3)
Last week I visited one of my old neighborhoods in Washington D.C. I had not been there for twenty years and as I walked along the street, my mind was flooded by memories of the past.
84. (Para 1, Passage 3)
As I viewed these once familiar surroundings, images of myself as a child there came to mind.
85. (last Para, passage 4)
It will affect the children and grandchildren of many who are living, unless the world’s communities take actions to reduce the pollution and find alternative energy sources.
Section B (英语专业学生做)
Directions: In this section, there is a short passage in Chinese. Read it carefully and put it into English.
V. Writing (20 分)
Directions：For this part, you are required to write a composition of 120 to 150 words (non-English majors ) or 150 to 180 words (English majors ). You should base your composition on the title and outline given below.
Cars and Air Pollution