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第7题单选 ( )You________read that article if you don't want to.
第8题单选 ( )I recognized John he entered the room.
第9题单选 ( )The man said he would hit me________I told him where the money was.
第10题单选 ( )There is no________in applying for that job as you are not properly qualified.
第11题单选 ( ) With tears on her face, the old lady watched the little boy__________to a hospital.
B.to do sent
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第13题单选 ( )The team really looks good tonight because the coach had them every night this week.
第14题单选 ( ) I don't trust him at all. His smiles always make me .
A. feeling sick
第15题单选 ( )Two nuclear power stations__________in the past ten years.
A.have been built
C.would be built
第16题单选 ( )In order to look at sea life closely, people have some kinds of special equipment.
A. to work in
B.to work over
C.to work out
D.to work off
第17题单选 ( ) __________is one of good properties of this metal.
A.Light in weight
B.Having been light in weight
C.Be light in weight
D.Being light in weight
第18题单选 ( )Plastics is a kind of which is widely used in industry.
第19题单选 ( ) We must recover the stolen goods at all __________.
第20题单选 ( ) I always take it for granted that I am than she is.
Life in the twenty-first century will be very 21 Many changes will take place, but 22 will the changes be.
The population is growing 23 There will be many 24 in the world and most of them will live 25 than people in the twentieth century.
Computers will be much smaller and 26 and there will be at least one in every 27 And 28 studies will be one of the important subjects in school then.
People will work 29 and they will have more free time for sports, watching TV and travelling. 30 will be much easier and cheaper. And many more people will go to 31 countries for holidays.
There will be changes in our 32 , too. Maybe no one will eat meat every day, instead, they eat more fruit and vegetables. Maybe people will be 33 Work in the future will be different, too. 34 and hard work can be done by robots. Because of this, 35 will not have enough work to do. This will be a problem.
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D.Going to the cinema
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A.a few people
B.all the people
When you buy a T-shirt, or a fur coat in a store, it often carries a label(标签) telling who made it or from what store it was bought. Indeed, some labels show the dress is famous and it is very expensive, so buyers secretly wish they might be carried for ever. On the other hand, buyers who deal with the cheapest products (产品) would be pleased to do away with labels entirely.
However, There is another label more important than the one showing from which store the dress was bought. When a person buys a fur coat, or a jacket, from a store, a label telling what the product is made of should be carried to it.
This label is required by law. Besides telling what the product on show is made of, the label should be in clear English and be where one can find it easily. The information on the label must be the truth.
The reason for this label is that most buyers today aren't expert enough to know exactly what kind of fur or material they are buying. The buyer must believe in the store that sells the products or in what the labels say.
第36题单选 The law requires that furs carry a__________ ( )
第37题单选 In the article, the author says a little about __________ ( )
第38题单选 This article mainly refers to __________ ( )
A.making furs and clothes
B.protecting buyers with law
C.keeping the buyer informed
D.businessmen and sellers
第39题单选 The author doesn't agree that__________ ( )
A.buyers buy the clothes without labels
B.clothing stores sell cheap dresses
C.all the products have labels
D.labels are not true
Scientists have learned a lot about the kinds of food people need. They say that there are several kinds of food that people should eat every day. They are ;( 1 ) green and yellow vegetables of all kinds; (2) citrus (柑橘) fruits and tomatoes;(3) potatoes and other fruits and vegetables; (4) meat of all kinds, fish and eggs;(5) milk and foods made from milk; (6) bread or cereal(谷类), rice is also in this kind of food;(7) butter, or something like butter.
People in different countries and different places of the world eat different kinds of things.Foods are cooked and eaten in ninny different kinds of ways. People in different countries eat at different times of the day. In some places people eat once or twice a day; in other countries people eat three or four times a day. Scientists say that none of the differences is really important. It doesn't matter whether foods are eaten raw (生的) or cooked, canned or frozen. It doesn't matter if a person eats dinner at 4 o'clock in the afternoon or at eleven o'clock at night.
The important thing is what you eat every day.
There are two problems, then, in feeding the large number of people on earth. The first is to find some ways to feed the world's population so that no one is hungry.
The second is to make sure that people everywhere have the right kinds of food to make them grow to be strong and healthy.
第40题单选 According to the scientists, which of the following groups of food is the healthiest for your lunch?( )
A.chicken, apples, cereal, cabbages
B.potatoes, carrots, rice, bread
C.oranges, bananas, fish, tomatoes
D.beef, pork, fish, milk
第41题单选 It is important for people to eat( )
A.three times a day
B.dinner at twelve o'clock
C.cooked food all the day
D.something from each of the seven kinds of food every day
第42题单选 People in different countries and different places of the world( )
A.has the right kinds of food to eat
B.cooks their food in the same way
C.has their meals at the same time
D.eat food in different ways
第43题单选 Which of the following is NOT true?
A.People in some places don't have enough to eat.
B.There are too many people in the world.
C.One of the problems is that no one is hungry.
D.The scientists are trying to make people grow to be strong and healthy.
Japanese students work very bard but many are unhappy. They feel heavy pressures (压力) from their parents. Most students are always told by their parents to study harder and better so that they can have a wonderful life in the future. Though this may be a good idea for those very bright students, it can have terrible results for many students who are not gifted(有天赋的) enough. Many of them have tried very hard at school but have failed in the exams and have their parents lose hope. Such students felt that they are hated by everyone else they meet and they don't want to go to school any longer. They become dropouts.
It is surprising that though most Japanese parents are worried about their children, they do not help them in any way. Many parents feel that they are not able to help their children and that it is the teachers' work to help their children. To make matters worse, a lot of parents serif their children to those schools opening in the evenings and on weekends -- they only help the students to pass the exams and never teach them any real sense of the world.
Many Japanese schools usually have rules about everything from the students' hair to their clothes and things in their school bags. Child psychologists (心理学家) now think that such strict rules are harmful to the feelings of the students. Almost 40% of the students said that no one had taught them how to get on with others, how to tell right from wrong and how to show love and care for others, even for their parents.
第44题单选 "Dropouts" are those who__________( )
A.make troubles in and out of schools
B.go about or stay home instead of being at school
C.try hard but always fails in the exams
D.lose hope and give up some of their subjects
第45题单选 According to the passage, it's necessary to teach students__________( )
A.how to study well
B.how to get on with others
C.to show love and care for others
第46题单选 Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? ( )
A.The Trouble in Japanese Schools
B.The Problems of Japanese Students
C.Education in Japan
D.The Pressures on the Students in Japan
In 1939 two brothers, Mac and Dick McDonald, started a drive-in restaurant in San Bernadino, California. They carefully chose a busy comer for their location. They had run their own businesses for years, first a theater, then a barbecue (烤肉)restaurant, and then another drive-in. But in their new operation, they offered a new, shortened menu: French fries, hamburgers, and sodas. To this small selection they added., one new concept: quick service, no waiters or waitresses, and no tips.
Their hamburgers sold for fifteen cents. Cheese was another four cents. Their French fries and hamburgers had a remarkable uniformity, for the brothers had developed a strict routine for the preparation of their food, and they insisted on their cooks' sticking to their routine. Their new drive-in became incredibly popular, particularly for lunch. People drove up by the hundreds during the busy noontime. The self-service restaurant was so popular that the brothers had allowed ten copies of their restaurant to be opened. They were content with this modest success until they met Ray Kroc.
Kroc was a salesman who met the McDonald brothers in 1954, when he was selling milk shake-mixing machines. He quickly saw the unique appeal of the brothers' fast-food restaurants and bought the right to franchise(特许经营) other copies of their restaurants. The agreement struck included the right to duplicate the menu. The equipment, even their red and white buildings with the golden arches (拱门).
Today McDonald's is really a household name. Its names for its sandwiches have come to mean hamburger in the decades since the day Ray Kroc watched people rush up to order fifteencent hamburgers. In 1976, McDonald's had over $1 billion in total sales. Its first twenty-two years is one of the most incredible success stories in modern American business history.
第47题单选 This passage mainly talks about__________ ( )
A.the development of fast food services
B.how McDonald's became a billion-dollar business
C.the business careers of Mac and Dick McDonald
D.Ray Kroc's business talent
第48题单选 Mac and Dick managed all of the following businesses except __________( )
D.a barbecue restaurant
第49题单选 We may infer from this passage that__________( )
A.Mac and Dick McDonald never became wealthy for they sold their idea to Kroc
B.the location the McDonalds chose was the only source of the great popularity of their drive-in
C.forty years ago there were numerous fast-food restaurants
D.Ray Kroc was a good businessman
第50题单选 The passage suggests that __________ ( )
A.creativity is an important element of business success
B.Ray Kroc was the close partner of the McDonald brothers
C.Mac and Dick McDonald became broken after they sold their ideas to Ray Kroc
D.California is the best place to go into business
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。
Li Meng: How nice and cool the water is! But I'm feeling a bit hungry now. 51 ?
John: Sounds good.
Li Meng: Do you know 52 ?
John : Yes, there is.
Li Meng: 53 ?
John: It's only five minutes' walk. Let's go.
Li Meng: Yeah, let's go. Oh, I almost forgot my CD player.
John : 54 ?
Li Meng: Pop music. I often listen when I'm not busy. How about you?
John: Light music. I think it can relax myself. 55 ?
Li Meng: Sure.
John: OK. I can lend you some CDs. I'll bring them to our school tomorrow.
第56题简答 据调查，中国城市居民的电脑拥有率达30%。很多农村居民对电脑也越来越感兴趣，甚至有的家庭也买了电脑。参考下表写一篇题为“Computers in China”的短文。词数为100左右。