1. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a lab. B. In a classroom. C. In a library. 2. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Where the woman lives. B. Why the woman moved to the Hilton.
C. How the woman found the China Great Hotel. 3. What will the weather probably be like tomorrow? A. It will be windy. B. It’ll rain heavily. C. It’ll snow heavily. 4. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Take Bus 105. B. Ask another person. C. Walk to the railway station.
5. What is the time now? A. 8:00. B. 8:30. C. 5:30. 第二節 （共15小題；每小題1.5分，滿分22.5分）
請聽下面5段對話或獨白。每段對話后有幾個小題，從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳答案，并標在試卷的相應位置。聽每段對話前，你將有時間閱讀各個小題，每小題5秒鐘。聽完后，各小題給出5秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話讀兩遍。 請聽第6段材料，回答第6、7題。 6. What can we know about the man? A. He failed his final test. B. He lost his job. C. He lost all his money.
7. What was the relationship between the speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Classmates. C. Good friends. 請聽第7段材料，回答第8至10題。 8. Who is the man?
A. The woman’s customer. B. The woman’s old school friend. C. The woman’s fellow worker.
9. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man is in charge of sales in the company. B. The woman doesn’t need to travel a lot. C. The woman thinks her job is enjoyable. 10. What does the woman think of the man’s job? A. Challenging. B. Interesting. C. Tiring.
請聽第8段材料，回答第11至13題。 11. What did the woman do? A. She earned much money. B. She bought many things. man’s money.
12. How soon will the woman’s birthday money come up? A. In a week. B. In two weeks. 13. What kind of person is the man? A. Proud. B. Selfish. 請聽第9段材料，回答第14至16題。 14. Why does the woman make the call?
A. To ask for some information about a job. B. To ask the man to write an article. C. To tell the man about her new job?
15. When is the man’s company closed on Friday? A. At 3:30. B. At 2:30. 16. What will the man do tomorrow morning? A. Go to a publishing house. B. Give the woman a call. 請聽第10段材料，回答第17至20題。 17. When did the storm happen? A. Last Thursday. B. Last Friday. 18. How many people were badly injured in the storm? A. 15. B. 14. 19. Where was the farmer when the storm came? A. In the kitchen. B. In his bedroom. 20. What did the woman do when she noticed her house shaking? A. She tried to take something out. B. She rushed out with her children. C. She told her husband not to leave.
C. She borrowed the
C. In a month. C. Helpful.
C. At 4:30. C. See the woman.
C. This Friday. C. 9.
C. In his office.
21. The police chief advised his men to stay and not lose tempers. A. still B. quiet C. silent D. calm 22. I was very concerned my mother’s illness. A. about B. with C. of D. to
23. prevent her from attending the meeting, he took away the key to their car . A. So as to, by mistake B. In order to, on purpose C. In order to, to her surprise D. So as to, in surprise
24. You’d better your scores and see if you have passed the exam. A. add up to B. add to C. add up D. add 25. I hadn’t eaten anything for 24 hours, I wasn’t hungry. A. Even if B. As though C. In order that D. In case 26.—Where was it you picked up the wallet? —Just near the school gate. A. which B. that C. what D. how
27. It is always the husband who ____ first when a quarrel breaks out between the young couple. A. gives away B. gives out C. gives off D. gives in 28. I am ____ to set out as early as possible since time is limited. A. decided B. determined C. minded D. suggested
29. One minute she burst into _____ and the next burst out _____. We just couldn’t catch her mood at any moment. A. crying, laughter B. tears, laughing C. tears, laughter D. crying, laughing
30. We discussed where to go for a whole morning, but we decided to stay at home_____. A. at the end B. by the end C. in the end D. on end 31. Soon after Hitler _____ power in Germany, Einstein was ______ in his life. A. came to the; in the trouble B. came to; in trouble C. came to the; in trouble D. took; in troubles 32. Peter asked his wife ____ with her car.
A. what the matter was B. what was the matter C. what the matter is D. what is the matter 33. I asked him how much__________.
A. does his new car cost B. did his new car cost C. his new car costed D. his new car cost 34. Although I tried a lot, I still found ____ difficult to solve the problem. A. it B. this C. that D. /
35. Since I won the big prize, my telephone hasn't stopped ringing. People _____ to ask how I am going to spend the money. A. phone B. will phone C. were phoning D. are phoning 36. Is it in the factory you visited last week this kind of car is made? A. /, that B. where, when C. where, that D. /, when 37. I still remember the days ____ we spent in the summer camp two years ago. A. which B. when C. what D. where
38. Mary was much kinder to Jack than she was to the others, ______, of course, made all the others upset. A. who B. which C. what D. that 39. _____ is often the case, we have worked out the production plan.
A. Which B. When C. What D. As
40. Do you know the man _______?
A. whom I spoke B. to who spoke C. I spoke to
D. that I spoke
Jenkins was a jeweller, who had made a large diamond ring worth $57,000 for the Silkstone Jewellery Shop. When it was ready, he made a copy of it which looked 41 like the first one but was worth only $2,000. He took this to the shop, which 42 it without a question.
Jenkins gave the much more 43 ring to his wife for her fortieth birthday. Then the husband and wife 44 to Paris for a weekend. As to（至于） the 45 ring, the shop sold it for $60,000.
Six months later the buyer 46 it back to Silkstone’s office. “It’s a faulty diamond,” he said. “It isn’t worth the high 47 I paid.” Then he told them the 48 . His wife’s car had caught fire in an 49 . She had escaped, 50 the ring had fallen off and been damaged in the great 51 of the fire. The shop had to 52 . They knew that no fire on earth can 53 damage a perfect diamond. Someone had taken the 54 diamond and put a faulty one in its place. The question was: who 55 it?
A picture of the ring appeared in the 56 . A reader thought he 57 the ring. The next day, another picture appeared in the papers which 58 a famous dancer walking out to a plane for Paris. Behind the dancer there was a woman 59 a large diamond ring. “Do you know the 60 with the lovely diamond ring?” the papers asked their readers. Several months later, Jenkins was sentenced to seven years in prison. 41. A. only B. surely C. nearly D. exactly 42. A. accepted B. received C. refused D. rejected 43. A. real B. modern C. worthy D. valuable 44. A. flew B. drove C. sailed D. bicycled 45. A. first B. second C. last D. next 46. A. sold B. posted C. brought D. returned 47. A. cost B. money C. price D. value 48. A. facts B. matters C. questions D. results 49. A. affair B. accident C. incident D. experience 50. A. so B. or C. but D. and 51. A. pile B. heat C. power D. pressure 52. A. think B. agree C. permit D. promise 53. A. almost B. even C. just D. ever 54. A. real B. pure C. right D. exact 55. A. copied B. made C. stole D. did 56. A. notices B. magazines C. newspapers D. programmes 57. A. saw B. knew C. found D. recognized 58. A. showed B. drew C. printed D. carried 59. A. carrying B. dressing C. wearing D. holding 60. A. dancer B. woman C. reader D. jeweller
A Son’s Help
Mr. Lang worked in a factory. As a driver, he was busy but he was paid much. His wife was an able woman and did all the housework. When he came back, she took good care of him and he never did anything at home. So he had enough time when he had a holiday. A few friends of his liked gambling(賭博) and he learned it soon. So he was interested in it and hardly forgot anything except gambling. He lost all his money and later he began to sell the television, watches and so on. His wife told him not to do it but he didn’t listen to her. She had to tell the police. He and his friends were punished for it. And he was hardly sent away. After he came out of lockup(拘留所), he hated her very much and the woman had to leave him.
It was New Year’s Day. Mr. Lang didn’t go to work. He felt lonely and wanted to gamble again. He called his friends and they came soon. But they were afraid that the police would come. He told his five-year-old son to go to find out if there were the policemen outside. They waited for a long time and didn’t think the police would come and began to gamble. Suddenly a few policemen opened the door and came in.
“I saw there weren’t any policemen outside, daddy,” said the boy, “so I went to the crossing and asked some to come.”
61. Mr. Lang was paid much because _______. A. he was a worker B. he worked in a factory C. he had a lot of work to do D. he had worked there for a long time 62. Mrs. Lang did all housework because _______. A. she couldn’t find any work B. she thought her husband was tired C. her husband spent all time in gambling D. she wouldn’t stop her husband gambling 63. _______, so he was put into lockup. A. Mr. Lang often gambled B. Mr. Lang was late for work C. Mr. Lang didn’t help his wife at home D. Mr. Lang wasn’t polite to the police 64. The woman had to leave Mr. Lang because _______. A. he didn’t love her any longer B. he wouldn’t stop gambling C. he had been put into lockup D. he was hardly sent away by the factory 65. Which of the following is right?
A. The boy hoped his father to be put into lockup again. B. The boy thought his father needed some policemen. C. The boy hoped his father to stop gambling soon. D. The boy hoped his mother to come back.
A car needs gas to run and your body also needs food to work for you. Eating the right kind of food is very important. It can help your body grow strong to take care of what you eat.
There are four main food groups altogether. The dairy group has food like milk, cheese and sour(酸味的) milk. The other three groups are the meat and fish group, the fruit and vegetable group, and the bread and rice group. Each meal should have at least one food from all four main groups. With all these food together, you will be given enough energy during the day.
It is easy to get into bad eating habits. You may eat your breakfast in a hurry to get to school
on time. Or you may not have time for a good lunch. It may seem easy to finish your supper with fish and chips all the time. But you will find yourself tired in these days and you can not think quickly.
Watching what you eat will help keep your body healthy and strong. It is also good to take some exercise. It will help you eat more if you take a walk or play games in the open air. Having a good eating habit with some exercise is the key to your health. 66. Which of the following diets do you think is the best one? A. Eggs, tomatoes and chicken. B. Milk, bread, cabbages and beef. C. Corn, fish, cream and pork. D. Rice, beancurd（豆腐）, apples, fish and chicken.
67. Which of the following is a good eating habit? A. Going to school without any breakfast
B. Eating fish and chips for supper all the time.
C. Having at least one food from all four groups each meal. D. Having different food from all four food groups. 68. In this passage the writer mainly tells us that _____. A. every person needs food to grow well B. taking exercise can keep your body strong
C. the right kind of food with exercise will keep you healthy D. enough energy helps people think more quickly
69. The underlined word “dairy” in the second passage means _____.
A. the food made out of cows such as milk and butter B. the shop that sells milk and butter C. a farm where cows are kept D. a place where milk products are made.
70. The best title for this passage is _____. A. The Four Food Groups B. A Healthy Diet C. Your Body And Food D. Food And Your Health
C Western New Bridge Library Announcement Shortened Library Hours for Spring Break Library Hours have been shortened to 7 hours a day (9∶00 a. m.—4∶00 p. m. ) for Spring Break from March 24 to March 30. Coming Events ◆On Monday, March 24, at 10∶30 a. m. , Scott Sutton, a children’s writer, will tell stories to kids over seven. Sutton’ s attractive style will surely inspire everyone present ! ◆At 2∶00 p. m. , on March 25, a lecture will be delivered in Room 201, which focuses on the development of writing skill. Famous tutors from the district won’ t disappoint you. ◆At 1∶00 p. m. ，on March 26, the Georgetown Musicians will present an Irish Folk Concert, which will be entertaining for the entire family. Come for the music and stay to check out some relevant books for the rest of the week! ◆On Thursday, March 27, at 2∶00 p. m. , the annual Children’ s Gathering will take place in Room 201, the second floor. Pick up an invitation in the Children’ s Room and return your RSVP (回復)to reserve your seat at the table by 3∶00 p. m. on Tuesday, March 25. Only children are allowed in the Gathering. ◆At 10∶30 a．m. on Friday, March 28, Enzo Monfre of the hit kids’ science show, ENZOology, will bring Fossils Live! Surely Enzo will take the audience back in time, deep beneath the surface