英 语 试 卷
1.Where is Hans from ?
A.England B.France C.Germany
2.When does the train for Amsterdam start ?
A.9:30 B. 9:31 C. 10:30
3.What does the man mean ?
A. He will help the woman . B.He will hand something to the woman .
C.He does not understand what the woman means.
4.Who was injured ?
A. George's father . B.George's wife C. George's father-in--law .
5.Why can't the woman give the man directions?
A.She is not familiar with the place . B.She has never heard of the place .
C.She has never taken the bus before .
6.How long do they spend at school every day ?
A.More than 7 hours . B.Less than 7 hours . C.Less than 6 hours .
7.What is Ann ?
A. A doctor. B.A Worker . C. A Student .
8.Where does Nancy come from?
A.Portland B. Poland C. England
9. Why doesn't Nancy like taking buses?
A.It is dangerous. B. It takes a long time. C. It is expensive.
10. What's Jane going to do this afternoon?
A. Stay at home. B. Read a book. C. Go fishing.
11.When will Henry meet Jane?
A. At 1:00 B. At 1:13 C. At 1:30
12. Where will Henry meet Jane?
A. At Henry's home. B At Jane's home C. At the fishing ground.
13. Where is Professor Wilson's flat?
A.On the fifth floor. B. On the third floor. C. On the fourth floor.
14. How many bookshelves are there in Professor Wilson's flat?
A.One B. Two C. Three
15. What is the weather like now, can you imagine?
A.It is very cold. B.It is very warm. C. It is very nice.
16. Why wouldn't Professor Wilson like a television set?
A.He has already got one. B. He doesn't need one. C. He can't afford one.
17. What is the weather like in New York?
A.It is warm and hot. B. It is cold and fine. C. It is pleasant and sunny.
18. Where is Denver?
A.On the Gulf coast. B. In the desert Southwest. C. In the Rocky Mountain.
19. How much rain did the strong winds and storms bring to Texas?
A. Fifteen inches of rain . B. Fifty inches of rain. C. Thirty inches of rain
20. What weather was reported in the Rocky Mountains ?
A. It was rainny . B. It was cold. C. It was sunny.
21. Kunming is ____ place where the weather is neither too hot in _____ summer nor too cold in ______ winter.
A. a, the, the B. the, the,the C. a, /, / D. /, /, /
22. _________ wine, first you must press the grapes.
A. Making B. To make C. To be making D. Make
23．If you feel lonely at night, I’ll come along and keep you .
A．partner B．friend C．company D．pair
24．If you don’t like the school lunch, you have the of bringing your own.
A．effect B．academic C．insult D．alternative
25．—Hi．Danny! Are you going for a picnic this weekend?
—I’m not sure._________．
A．It all depends B．Yes．I’d like to C．Sounds good D．Sorry，I can’t
26. Mr. Black told us _____ talk loudly in the classroom.
A.didn't B .don't C. not to D. to not
27. The shy girl doesn’t like _____ at in public.
A. laughing B. to laugh C. laughed D. being laughed
28. There is only one thing __________ I can do.
A. what B. that C. all D. which
29. An accident ____ on this road last week.
A. has been happened B. was happened C. is happened D. happened
30. I ____like to make a suggestion.
A could B.would C. must D. might
31.—Write to me when you get home.
A.I must B.I should C.I will D.I can
32. News report said that the peace talk between the two countries _______without reaching any agreement.
A. had broken down B. had broken away
C. had broken up D. had broken in
33. ______you have passed the driving test, why not drive the car on your own?
A.Because B. Since C. Now that D. So long as
34.We didn’t plan our art exhibition like that but it ___ very well .
A. worked out B. tried C. went out D. carried out
35. Not until I began to work ____ how much time I had wasted.
A. didn't I realize B. did I realize C. I didn't realize D. I realized
A young man and an old man were waiting for a bus at a station. They sat ___36___ each other. "What's that in your bag?"asked the young man, ___37___ to the big bag beside the old ___38___ .
"Money,"answered the old man. The young man could ___39___ believe his own ears. "What?" he said to himself in surprise. " ___40___ money? My God! How I___41___ to be able to get so much money!" Then he began to think about___42___to get the money.
The old man___43___ tired and it seemed that he could hardly keep his eyes___44___.
"Are you tired, Sir?" asked the young man. "Then you'd better ___45___ down on the chair and have a good rest. Don't worry about ___46___ . I'll wake you up in time."
"All right. It's very kind___47___you, young man." The old man lay down and by and by he fell ___48___.
The young man took the big bag carefully. ___49___ when he was just going to run away, he found a corner of his fur coat was ___50___ the old man's body. Several times he tried to pull it out, but he couldn't. At last he took off his ___51___ and went away with the bag.
The young man ran out of the station as quickly as his ___52___ could carry him. He reached a place, ___53___ he thought the old man couldn't ___54___ him, then he stopped and quickly opened the bag.
To his surprise, there was ___55___but old newspapers in it. He hurried to the station at once. But when he got there, he found the old man was gone.
36. A. next to B. near C. In front of D. behind
37. A.showing B. directing C. looking D.pointing
38. A. man B. station C. driver D. corner
39. A. surely B. really C. nearly D. hardly
40. A. So much B. So many C. So little D. Such many
41. A. like B.love C. hated D.wish
42. A. what B. where C. how D. when
43. A. was B. felt C. looked D. became
44. A. open B. awake C. close D. wide
45. A. sleep B. lean C. sit D. lie
46. A.the bag B. the money C. the bus D. me
47. A.with B.to C. of D. for
48. A. asleep B.sleep C. sleepy D.sleeping
49. A. So B. And C. But D. Because
50. A.above B. over C. under D. in
51. A. shoes B. shirt C. coat D. Cap
52. A. legs B. foot C. friend D. bike
53. A. where B. which C. when D. that
54. A. watch B. notice C. find D. meet
55. A. nothing B. anything C. something D. everything
I once knew an old man whose bad memory made him famous. John Smith was so forgetful that he sometimes forgot what he was talking about in the middle of a sentence. His wife had to constantly remind him about his meetings, his classes — even his meals. Once he forgot he ate breakfast twice, at home and at school. His wife liked to remind her neighbors, “If John didn’t have his head tied on, he would forget that too!” Since Smith was a professor at a well-known university, his forgetfulness was often an embarrassment. It wasn’t that he was not clever, as some critical people tended to say, just very, very absent-minded. One hot summer day, Professor Smith decided to take his children to a seaside town about a three-hour train ride away. To make the trip more interesting for his young children, he kept the name of the town a secret. However, by the time they arrived at the station, Smith forgot the name of the town he was planning to visit. Luckily, a friend of his happened to be in the station. He offered to take care of the children while Smith hurried back home to find out where he was going.
The professor’s wife was surprised to see him again so soon. “Oh, my dear, I forgot the name of the town.” “What? You forgot the name? May be one day you will forget my name! Now I’ll write the name of that town on a piece of paper, and you put it in your pocket and please, please don’t forget where you put it.”
Satisfied that she had solved the problem, she sent her husband off again. Ten minutes later she was astonished to see him outside the house for the third time.
“What is the matter now?”
“As you told me, I didn’t forget where I put the name of that town, but I forgot where I left our children!”
56. In the opinion of the writer of this passage, the professor is ________.
A. forgetful B. critical C. foolish D. careless
57. The underlined word “embarrassment” in the first paragraph may mean ________.
A. amusement B. satisfaction C. fun D. discomfort
58. From the end of the story, we know Mrs Smith would probably be very_______.
A. satisfied B. angry C. sorry D. funny
59. He kept the name of the town a secret because_______.
A. he wanted to give the children a surprise. B. he forgot it.
C. he didn’t know where to go. D. his wife didn’t put the adress in his pocket.
When someone says , “Well , I guess I’ll have to go to face the music,” It doesn’t mean he is planning to go to a concert . It is something far less pleasant , like being called in by your boss to explain why you did this or that , and why you did not do this or that . Sour （刺耳）music , indeed , but it has to be faced .
The phrase “to face the music” is familiar to every American , young and old . It is at least 100 years old . Where did the expression come from ?
The first information comes from the American writer James Fenimore Cooper . He said—in 1851—that the expression was first used by actors while waiting in the wings （侧）to go on stage . After they got their clue（暗示）to go on , they often said , “It’s time to go to face the music.” And that is exactly what they did —face the orchestra（管弦乐队）which was just below the stage .
An actor might be frightened or nervous as he moved on to the stage in front of the audience that might be friendly or perhaps unfriendly , especially if he forgot his lines. But he had to go out .
So, “to face the music” came to mean : having to go through something , no matter how unpleasant the experience might be , because you knew you had no choice .
The other explanation comes from the army . Men had to face inspection（检阅）by their leader . The soldiers worried about how well they looked . Was their equipment clean—shiny enough to pass inspection ? Still , the men had to go out , and face the music of the band , as well as the inspection . What else could they do ?
60．The phrase “to face the music” was first used by .
A．all the Americans B．the American writer James Fenimore Cooper
C．American actors D．the American orchestra
61．An actor might feel frightened or nervous when going on stage .One of the reasons is that .
A．his performance might not satisfy most of the audience
B．he might not remember what he should say on stage
C．he had to face the unfriendly audience
D．the audience might be mostly his friends
62． “To face the music” is also used to mean that soldiers were not willing .
A．to be examined about their equipment B．to be found weak
C．to show themselves by their leader D．to be inspected by their leader
63．This passage is mainly about .
A．the meaning of the phrase “to face the music”
B．how to deal with something unpleasant
C．the origin（起源）of the phrase
D．how to go through difficulty
Rules for the University Entrance Examination
●You must be at the examination center ten minutes before the examination starts. If you are more than ten minutes late, you may not enter the examination center. The examination takes place at the same time in different states.
●You must have proof of your name and grade as well as official examination number. Show these when you come to the examination center.
●Depending on which examination you are taking, you may bring certain items into the examination center. Mathematics examinations may allow you to use electronic calculators (计算器). Other subjects may allow you to use dictionaries and other reference material. Please read the notes sent with your timetable carefully.
●You must bring your own pencils. None will be provided for you. The following items are not allowed in the examination center: walkmans and radios, head sets, any food or drink, schoolbags, electronic equipment (unless specifically permitted for various subjects), and mobile phones.
●Once in the center, you must sit at the desk with your examination number on it. When you sit down, place your examination number at the top corner of your desk.
●You must remain silent during the examination. You must not disturb other people who are taking the test.
●If you need a drink or toilet break, you should raise your hand and wait for the supervisor (监督者) to speak to you. You will be given water or the supervisor will take you to the bathroom. You are not allowed to talk with anyone during the break.
●You must write your answers in the official answer sheet. Your supervisor will provide extra paper if you wish to make notes.
●You may leave the examination room at any time if you do not plan to return. If you finish early and want to leave, please move well away from the examination center.
●The supervisor will warn you fifteen minutes, five minutes and one minute before the end of the ex¬amination. When the supervisor says that the time is up, you must put down your pencil and wait at your desk until you paper is collected.
64. What kind of examination are these rules probably for?
A. A local exam. B. A final exam. C. A college exam. D. A national exam.
65. What are you allowed to have with you when you take mathematics examination?
A. Related material. B. Proof of yourself.
C. A cell phone. D. A dictionary.
66. What should you do if you finish the test early and want to get a better result?
A. Take some notes carefully. B. Leave the room immediately.
C. Remain in your seat and check again.
D. Raise your hand to inform your teacher.
67. What can be provided for you during the exam?
A. Pencils. B. Food and drink. C. Extra paper. D. Calculators.
One day I took several pairs of shoes to the shoemaker to be mended. After a week I went to take them back. Four months later, my husband and I were invited to dinner. I took out a pair of shoes. I hadn't worn them since they were mended. I put one shoe on my right foot, and then I put the other on my left. But I felt that the other one was on the wrong foot. I took both shoes off for a closer look. They were nearly the same style (式样), colour and size, but each was for the right foot. Then I thought of the shoemaker. Though I was sure he wouldn't remember me after such a long time, I called him. "Thank goodness you called me at last!" He said happily. "An angry woman has been troubling me for months!"
68. How many pairs of shoes did the woman take to the shoemaker to be mended?
A. One shoe. B. Some pairs of shoes.
C. Two pairs of shoes. D. Only three shoes.
69. Did the woman look at the shoes carefully after they were taken back?
A. Yes, she did. B. No, but her husband did.
C. No, she didn't. D. The story didn't tell us.
70. Which of the following is right?
A. The shoemaker called the woman after a long time.
B. Both shoes were the same style, but different colour and size.
C. The woman wore the shoes as soon as they were mended.
D. Both shoes were for the right foot.
71. The shoemaker felt very when the woman rang him.
. A.sad B. angry C. glad D. Worried
Once there was a poor woodcutter．Every day he went out into the forest to cut wood．He sold the wood he had cut to the villagers, but he got very little money for it．
One day as he was cutting wood, his axe fell into the river．He could not get it out．He called out, “Help! Help!” But no one came. Suddenly a boy with wings appeared before him.He was Mercury． God had sent him to help the woodcutter．When he heard what had happened to the axe, he jumped into the river and came out with a silver axe in his hand.“Is this your axe﹖” he asked. “No,” said the woodcutter．
Then Mercury jumped into the river again.This time he took out a gold axe．“Is this your axe﹖” he asked．“No,” said the woodcutter, “My axe is not made of gold or silver．It is made of iron．”So Mercury jumped into the river a third time．This time he took out an iron axe．The woodcutter was very glad．It was his axe．
Then Mercury said, “I see you are an honest man．Here is your iron axe, and I will give you the other two axes, too．”
72 Mercury may be a ．
A. bird B. woodcutter C. god D. girl
73. Mercury may always ．
A. do something to hurt others B. do something to help others
C. try to get axe for others D. play with the man.
74. What did Mercury think of the man when he took an iron axe﹖
A. He thought that the man was honest． B. He thought that man was foolish．
C. He felt sorry for him． D. He was surprised．
75. Which is the most valuable thing according to the story?
A. Wisdom B. Gold C. Silver D. Honesty.
Every day John goes to work by trains. He always 76.___________
buys a piece newspaper to read on the train, so he feels 77.___________
that the time pass more quickly. One day on the train he 78.___________
was reading a report about important football match. 79.___________
The report was such interesting that he forgot to get off 80.___________
at his station. He didn’t know it until he saw the sea. 81.___________
He got off at the next station, and wait a long time for 82.___________
a train to go back. He arrived very lately at the office. 83.___________
His boss was angry to him when he told him why he 84.___________
was late. “Work is more importance than football!” 85.___________
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