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第6题单选 ( ) Mr. Zhang gave the textbooks to all the pupils except__________who had already taken them.
第7题单选 ( )When I got to the top of the mountain, the sun__________ .
第8题单选 ( ) Tom never gets up early and he doesn't like to be__________at 10 a. m.
第9题单选 ( )It is necessary that we__________have a good command of English at college.
第10题单选 ( )As I am sure Jenny is very honest, I she stole the money.
第11题单选 ( )She always felt inferior__________her older sister.
第12题单选 ( )That's the reason Ann could not do her part of the job.
第13题单选 ( )If a better material__________, the strength of the part would have been increased.
A.had been used
B.had been using
第14题单选 ( ) The old man could not decide__________the money or to put it in the bank.
A.whether to spent
B.if he spend
C.what to spent
D.that he spend
第15题单选 ( )You pay me the rest of the money when you can, or I can let you a seondhand book fifty cents.
A. to have, with
D.to get, by
第16题单选 ( )His hands a little as he took up a pen and began to write.
第17题单选 ( ) When she does something, Mrs. Brown feels that her little child is always________.
A. under way
B.in the way
C.on the way
D.by the way
第18题单选 ( ) The girl on the bus began to sing a pop song and soon all the others__________.
C.took part in
第19题单选 ( ) We don't like it, but we have to up with it.
第20题单选 ( ) Her boss__________her to work day and night.
Martin Henfield talks about some of his experience(经历) as a twin: when we were small my mother dressed us 21 the same clothes. That was bad enough and we didn't like it. But we went on our first camping trip, it was even 22 We were only ten years old, and while 23 went into their sleeping bags for the 24 , we were not happy to snuggle(偎依) inside a double sleeping bag my mother made for us.
At school our classmates 25 us Henfield One and Henfield Two, so people 26 even see our difference according to our initials because 27 of us were M. O. It was only when I went to 28 and began to have my own friends that I started to feel my own freedom of identity( 身份).
Before I went to college, during my secondary school 29 , I 30 to a job on a building site. My twin brother, Mike Henfield, didn't work. One day I asked my boss, "Can I have a week 31 ? Certainly," he said, "but you won't have the job when you 32 back. " I didn't want to 33 the job. So on Monday morning, Mike went there in my 34 , jacket and hat and he worked for me for one week. 35 of them knew the difference.
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D.all the boys
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Last week the manager of an old jeweler's shop received a letter marked "personal", so of course his secretary gave it to him unopened. As he was very busy, the letter lay on his desk till tea-time. Then he opened it and a ￡10 note fell out onto his desk. With the note was a short letter. This is what it said:
In 1935 I got engaged. But unfortunately at that time there was a lot of unemployment and I lost my job. I was six months without a job and then I got work again. But of course was very short of money. I came to your shop to buy a wedding ring. The assistant brought some rings for me to look at, but she was called away for a moment, and I put one of the rings in my pocket. When she came back, I said I did not know the size of my girl-friend's finger. So I left the shop without buying a ring.
My wife died a short while ago and the fact that I never paid for her ring has been on my conscience (良心) all these years. At the time the ring cost ￡2 so I reckon (估计) that is a bout 10 at today's price. And I am sending you that amount. Yours truly, A customer
"Well, well, well," said the manager, "life is full of surprises!"
第36题单选 The best headline for this article would be __________ ( )
A.A Customer Pays His Bill
B.An Old Jeweler's Shop
C.The Manager and the Letter
D.A Letter with ￡ 10
第37题单选 Why didn't the secretary open the letter? Because__________( )
A.he was very busy
B.it was a personal letter
C.there was a ￡ 10 note in it
D.the letter was unimportant
第38题单选 What happened to the writer of the letter in 1935?( )
A.He was engaged to a girl.
B.He was out of work for six months.
C.He lost a ring.
D.Both A and B.
第39题单选 What was true about the assistant?( )
A.She lost her job.
B.She was short of money.
C.She was called away while serving the customer.
D.She put one of the rings in her pocket.
第40题单选 Can you remember any of the bad habits you used to have when you were very young? Perhaps, as a baby, you used to suck your thumb (拇指). Of course, you do not do that any more, but you can surely remember your mother's efforts to train you. The good habits you now have in such matters as personal cleanliness were part of this early training.
We may not suck our thumbs any more, but as we get older we get other bad habits. We can't give them up easily, either. (Anyone who has tried to give up smoking knows this very well!) Each period brings its own problems. In babyhood, it's thumb-sucking; in childhood, it's nail-biting; in our teens, it's smoking; in middle-age, it's over-eating, and so on. And if anyone tells you that he has no bad habits, you can be sure that he must have the worst habit of all.
第36题单选 Generally speaking, a child likes__________ ( )
D.eating too much
第41题单选 According to the passage, now we have good habits such as personal cleanliness, for which we benefit from( )
A.the social conditions
B.some strict rules
C.our friends' kind help
D.our mothers' early training
第42题单选 At the end of the story the writer says " And if anyone tells you that he has no bad habits, you can be sure that he must have the worst habit of all". Here what do you suppose the worst habit is? ( )
第43题单选 Which of the following is NOT true to the passage?( )
A.It is very difficult to get rid of our habits.
B.At different ages people have different bad habits.
C.Giving up smoking is as difficult as giving up other bad habits.
D.Sucking thumbs is a young child's bad habit.
One hot night last August, I tried everything I could think of- a warm bottle, songs etc.to make him fall into sleep, but he just couldn't do it. Since I believed that a long night was waiting for me ahead, I had no choice but to bring a TV into his room to kill off the hours until dawn. I was surprised that the moment I turned on the TV the baby became quiet right away and fixed his little eyes brightly on the screen. Not willing to waste an opportunity for sleep, I then tiptoed out of the room, leaving him to watch the boring TV programs.
I heard no more of the baby's crying that night and the next morning when I went into his room, I found him still watching TV by himself. I found there was a metaphor( 暗喻) in my baby's behavior(行为) for the new generation. When I gave my boy some books to go over, he only spit upon them; when I read to him, he did not feel comfortable. And so it is in the schools with my students. I find that our students don't read and they look down upon reading and make light of those of us who teach it. All they want to do is watch TV. After this experience with the baby, however, I have drawn a conclusion : "Let them watch it !" If television is that much more attractive to children than books, why should we fight against it? Let them watch what they want!
第44题单选 Why did the father bring a TV set into his son's room? ( )
A.To enjoy some interesting programs together with his sen.
B.To help himself pass the long hours ahead of him.
C.To help his son fall asleep sooner.
D.To keep his son from making noises.
第45题单选 The baby seemed to be__________at the sight of the TV set.( )
第46题单选 This experience with his baby helped the father__________( )
A.to know his baby better
B.to know better how to educate his students
C.to change his opinions towards TV
D.to know better about the new generation
Even a child knows that nodding (点头 ) the head means "Yes". But some people will probably be puzzled when they first come to India. When they talk to an Indian, he often shakes his head. They might think that the Indian does not like what he said, but on the contrary he is expressing agreement.
The Indians have a habit of shaking their heads slightly when they talk to somebody. It doesn't mean "No", but "Yes".
If a person doesn't know this, it might cause misunderstanding.
At one time a foreigner in India told his driver who was an Indian to take him to his office.The driver shook his head. The foreigner repeated his request and the driver shook his head again. At last, the foreigner shouted angrily, "Drive me to my office at once!" The driver said in a low voice, "Yes, sir," smiling and shaking his head again at the same time.
第47题单选 Generally speaking, nodding the head means__________, and shaking the head means__________( )
第48题单选 According to the habit of India, if someone agrees with you, he will__________.( )
A.nod his head
B.shake his head
C.neither nods his head nor shakes his head
D.either nod his head or shake his head
第49题单选 Why did the Indian driver shake his head when the foreigner asked him to drive him to his office? Because__________( )
A.the Indian driver has something important to do
B.the foreigner promised to give him only a little money
C.The driver felt uncomfortable at that time
D.In India shaking the head means agreement
第50题单选 Why did the foreigner become angry? Because ( )
A.the Indian driver didn't want to send him to his office
B.He misunderstood the meaning of shaking the head in India
C.he asked the driver to send him to his office, but the India driver didn't say any words
D.the Indian driver asked him for a lot of money
五、补全对话(共5句;每句满分为3分，共15分) 根据中文提示，将对话中缺少的内容写在线上。这些句子必须符合英语表达习惯。 打句号的地方，用陈述句;打问号的地方，用疑问句。
A: Excuse me, I want to go to the library. 51 ?
B: Go down this street and turn right at the second crossing. Go up the road to the end, you'll find it.
A: 52 ?
B: It's about 1,000 metres away from here.
A: Oh. That's quite a long way.
B: Yes. You'd better take a bus.
A: 53 ?
B: You can take the No. 5 bus. It'll take you there.
A: 54 ?
B: It takes about fifteen minutes.
B: It's a pleasure.