21.- Hello, may l talk to the headmaster now?-
A.Sorry, he is busy at the moment
22.- Do you think I could borrow your dictionary?-
C. Yes, heIp yourself
23.- Are you Mr Robert Lee?-
A. Yes, Lee speaking
24.- Excuse me, sir. Where is Dr. Brown's office?-
D. Sorry I don't know, but you can ask the man over there
25.- Mary, your dress is really beautifhl. How is John?-
C. Thank you. He is fine
26.- What can l do for you, madam?-
A. l want a kilo of apples
27.-I'd like to take you to the coDee house on the Gorner.-
B . Thanks, l'd like to go with you
28.- Do you mind telling me where you 、 re from?-
D. Certainly not. I'm from Lond()n
29.- May l see the, menu, please? I've been waiting an hour already-
C. Here you are, sir
30.-l was worried about chemistry, but Mr Brown gave me an A!-
B. Congratulations ! That's a difficult course
21.- Would you like to have dinner with us this evening?-
C. Sorry, but this evening I have to go to the airport to meet my parents
22.- Hi , is Mary there, please?-
A, Hold on. I'll get her
23.- Please help yourself to the fish.-
A. Thanks, but I don't like fish
24.- Hurry up please, or I'll be late.-
A. Sorry sir, but the traffic is thick now
25.- Excuse me, but can you tell me the way to the airport?-
B. Sorry,I'm a stranger here
26.-How about a date to the movies tonight, Jane?-
B. I'm sorry. I have to drive my mother home tonight
27.- Are you ready to order desert, please?-
D. Yes, I'd like to have some chocolate cake
28.- Did Tom tell you to water the flowers?-
C. He did. And so I did
29.- ShalI we sit up h·ere on the grass or down there near the water?-
A. I'd rather stay here if you don't mind
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C. No, I don't mind
21.- Oh, sorry to bother you.-
A, That's okay
22.- Good morning, Dr Johnson's office. Can I help you?-
B. I'd like to make an appointment, please
23.- We are going to have a dancing party tonight. Would you like to join us?-
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24.Excuse me. l don't want to interrupt you but …-
C. It's quite all right
25.- You have lovely children.-
26.- Can I help you with your suitcase?-
D. Thank you. I can manage myself
27.- Can you come over for dinner with us?-
A .I'd like to but I have a meeting tonight
28.- Good night and thanks again,-
D. Good night
29.- Oh, I'm sorry. But I promise I'll be careful next time.-
B. Oh, never mind. It doesn't matter
30.- Could I use your dictionary for a moment?-
C. By all means
21.- Can you turn down the radio, please?-
B. I'm sorry, l didn't realize it was that loud.
22.- These are certainly beautifhl ∏owers. Thank you so much.-
B. You are welcome
23.- Hi, Sam,I think you did a good job.-
A. Thank you
24.- Good morning, sir. May I help you?-
C. Yes, I need some sugar
25.- Could you help me with my homework, please?-
D. Sorry I can't. I have to go to a meeting right now
26.-Why don't you travel to New York on vacation?-
C. I want to but I haven't go enough money
27.-Would you like to go fishing with us now?-
B. lt sounds interesting but I have lots of homework to do
28.- Could I speak to John Harris, please.-
29.- Congratulations ! You won the first prize in today's speech contest.-
C. Thank you
30- Can I have a look at your passport?-
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21.- Hello, may I talk to the manager about the price?-
A. Sorry, he is out at the moment
22.- Can I borrow your camera for a couple of days?-
C. Sure, here you are. Enjoy your journey
23.-Mr Chairman, could I raise a point about the plan?-
A. Yes, Dr Chosuk
24.-Sorry to interrupt, but can you give me another copy of the handout?-
25.-Do you mind if I join you?-
C. Please do
26.-My grandmother's taken ill and I've got to go down to the hospital.-
B. Very sorry to hear it. I hope it' s nothing serious
27.-Well done. Congratulations on your success,-
28.-That man alone over there-who is he?-
B. He is Doctor Took
-Well, it's getting late. I must be going. Thank you again for inviting me to the party,-
B. Thank you for coming
30.-I want to go to New York. What's the fare?-
A. Pardon me?
21.- Can l help you with the bag?-
B, Thank you
22,- Hello, I'd like to speak to Mark, please.-
B . This is Mark speaking
23.-Can you go out with us for dinner this evening?-
B . Thanks a lot but I'm busy tonight
24.-Sorry, I must be leaving now, because there's a meeting.-
C. Do you really have to go? Couldn't you stay of tea?
25.-I'd like to book a flight to Shanghai , please.-
C. Yes, sir, single or, return?
26.-Excuse me, is this the right direction for the school?-
A, Well, no, you're going in the wrong direction
27.-May I see your tickets and passports, please?-
C. Here they are
28.-Do you mind if I take a couple of hours off this afternoon?-
B . OK, but what for?
29,-Hello, is that Shanghai Airlines?-
A. Yes, can I help you?
30.-Sorry I kept you waiting .-
C. That' s all right. There's no hurry
ries about two U. S. presidents, Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren,.……They called the club the Old Kind
erhook Club, and anyone who supported VanBuren was called "OK" .
C. is not sure whether the stories are true
32.According to the passage, President Jackson-
D.wasn't good at reading, writing or spelling
33.According to the first story, the term ' 'OK" -
C.was first used by President Jackson
34.According to the second story, the term ' 'OK" -
D.was used to call Van Buren's supporters in the election
35.According to the second story, the term "OK" was first used -
B. in a presidential election
United States covers so much land and……and fbrestry (林业) , and most of……in a metropolitan rather than
a small town environment.
C.Less than 25 million. If now America has 250 million people, how many of them are engaged in agriculture and fbrestry?
of the following fbur countries has the smallest proportion of people living in metropolitan areas?
38. What's the meaning of the word ''metropolitan" in the middle of the passage?
A. Of a large city with its 'suburbs.
39. AGCording to the passage, what can we learn about small towns in the United States?
B. Small towns are still similar to each other,
40. Why is it hard to say when a piece of country becomes a suburb?
C. Because the process is gradual,
sked exactly what we were doing a year ago, we should probably……are no written records, such spoken stori
es are often very helpfhl.
41. Which of the fbllowing ideas is not suggested in the passage?
D. Where there are no written records, there is no history.
42. We know very little about the central Affica 20O years ago because -
D. the people there did not know how to write
43. " a Rememhered history" refers to -
D. both B and C
44. "Remembered history" is regarded as valuable onIy when -
B. no written account is available
ge suggests that we could have learned much more about our past than we do now if the ancient people had
A. kept a written record of every past event
h Groeger died recently in vienna, Austria, people asked the obvious, Why did she live to be l07?" Answers
were provided by a survey conducted among 148……hey must ride in cars.
31. The vienna survey may help to explain -
C. the longevity of people like Mrs. Groeger
32. The purpose of the second paragraph is to list some - .
B. occasions fbr walking in city liBe
33. To reach the third floor of a building, it would probably be most healthrul -
B , to walk up the stairs
34. People who live in the country probably do more driving than walking because -
A. they don't live near business areas
35. A conclusion that can be drawn from this passage is that____.
D. walking is a healthfill exercise
For any Englishman, there can never be any discussion as to who is the world's greatest
dramatist （剧作家）……have changed since Shakespeare's day.
36. EngIish people_____.
C. are sure who is the world's greatest dramatist
37. Every Englishman knows -
A. more or less about Shakespeare
38. Which of the fbllowing is true?
C. It is likely to be true that people often do not know the origins of the words they use.
39. What does the word "proverb" mean?
A. Familiar sayings
40. Why is it worthwhile to study the various ways in which Shakespeare used English?
B. By doing so one can be fhlly aware of the richness of the English language.
Trees are useful to man in three very important ways: they provide him wood and other
they give him shade; and they help to prevent drought (干旱)……nothing remains but worthless desert.
D. protect him ffom droughts and floods
42. It' s a great pity that -
C. man hasn't realized the importance of trees to him
43, Sooner or later the forests will disappear -
C. unless all people are taught the importance of planting trees
44. The word"bind" in Paragraph 5 means -
C. to make stay together
45. When there is a heavy rain, trees can help to prevent floods, as they can -
B. cause the soil to allow rainwater to sink in
Dr. Harvey Gates, the noted scientist, might never have discovered the Kamron lizard
(蜥蜴) in Blovia,……fbr long periods without food, ees are useful to man mainly in three ways, the nlOst important of which is that they can _______.
31. Of the four statements, which one best indicates the author's idea?
B. Dr. Gates is a very famous scientist, though he wanted to be a sportsman at first.
32. In the first paragraph of the passage, the phrase c ' in practice" means "- ".
D. while playing baseball
33. ln the second paragraph, the word " creatures " can best be replaced by-
D. living things
34, It was- that Dr. Gates discovered the Kamron lizard.
D. during the time when he was studying for the doctor's degree
35. Which of the following is not mentioned as a Beature of the Kamron lizard?
C. It may go for weeks without drinking
I was due to take my driving test at ll:30 am.……but thetension began mounting again,
36. On their way to the test center, Stan tried to comfort the author-
B . but the words produced no effect
37, Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. six learners would be tested at the same time.
38. When the author was sitting in the waiting room, he was quite-
39. When it was his turn to take the test, the author went to his car with-
c. increased nervousness
40. The passage is mainly about-
B . the feelings of a learner before his driving test
s of the library can be helpful even when we are doing something very infbrmal, such as trying to devise a easure attitudes toward music or looking for a better way to teach mathematics. The library can be equally elpftll when we are doing something very fbrmal， such as writing a dissertation （学位论文）
chapter will describe the special services that enable us to locate such information.
41. The library resources can be helpftll when we-
D. All of the above
42. The hmiliarity of readers with different resources-
C. diDers greatly
43. The author believes that-
A. library resources should be used fl·equently and completely
44. When educators wish to share some infbrmation with their colleagues, they ofien-
D. make use of some library services
45. The chapter in question-
C. introduces some library services
me of the notebooks George Washington kept as a young man ……and Adams, he never reached Europe.
31. Why didn't Washington go to college?
D. The author doesn't give any reason.
32. Washington Belt uncomfortable debates because he-
B. felt his education was not good enough
33.The reason why Washington didn't visit France was probably that he-
C. couldn't communicate directly with the French leaders
34. According to the author, -
A. Washington's lack of formal education placed him at a disadvantage in later life
35. The main idea of the passage is that Washington's education-
D. was rather limited fbr a president
36. From the passage, we understand that-
A. the author did not understand the importance of giving until he was in late thirties
37, According to the author-
C. you don't have to be rich in order to give
38. The author would make the suggestion to the storekeeper-
B. in person
39. When the author needed a post-office box, -
C. many people had applied for post-office boxes before him
40. In reply to the postmaster's question, the author said-
D. it was he who wrote him a letter a year ago
Passage 3 ople,I was brought up to look upon liBe as a process of getting.……We usually get nothing but complaints."
the United States are exposed to many innuences other than that of their ……（被动的）consumers of their wo
rld rather than encouraging them to become active explorers of it.
41. Which of the following statements is NOT based on the passage?
C. Both parents and their children like watching educational television.
42. ln what ways do children suffer from television?
C. The programs make the children lose interest in the world.
43. Parents would not like their children to see commercials because-
A. they think that their children are not old enough to handle advertising
44. Educational television is widely appreciated because ______·
C. many parents like the programs it offers for their children
45. Which of the following can best serve as the title of the passage?
C. Television's Influence on Children
D. More Education Television
istakes at any age. Some mistakes we make are about money. But most……(体态)? The look in his eyes? Stop a
31. From the questions in the first paragraph we can learn that the speaker -
B . feels he may not have "read" his friends' true feelings correctly he minute you spend thinking about the real meaning of what people say to you may save another mistake.
2. In the second paragraph, the author uses the example of ' You're a lucky dog" to show that
C. sometimes the words used by a speaker give a clue to the feeling behind the words
33. This passage tries to tell you how to -
C. avoid mistakes in understanding what people tell you
34e In listening to a person, the important thing is -
A. to notice his tone, his posture, and the look in his eyes
35.If you followed the advice of the writer, you would -
A. be able to get the real meaning of what people say to you
was Bastille important to the citizens of Paris? ……lt was a symbol of the King's complete power.
36. The Bastille had been a prison -
D e since the time of Cardinal Richelieu
37. According to the passage, which of the following statements is FALSE?
A. Anyone who did something wrong could find himself suddenly in the Bastille.
38. At the time of its fall, the Bastille housed -
D. only a lew prisoners
39. Which of the folIowing statements is TRUE according to the passage?
C. The King could put people in, or let them go out, as he wanted.
40. This passage mainly -
D. gives a brief history of the Bastille
family buys as least one copy of a newspaper every day.……makes it possible fbr them to sell their newspa
pers at a low price and still make a profit.
41.The phrase "subscribe to" in the first paragraph means-
C. agree to buy fbr a specific period of time
42. The habit of reading newspapers is -
43. Before the time of the newspaper is -
D. news was passed from one person to another
44. The author seems to agree that money spent on advertisements is -
C. well spent
46. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Five hundred years ago it took a long time for news to reach other countries
31. According to the writer, greetings, such as "How do you feel?" -
D. generally make one feel uneasy
32. The question "How do you feel?" seems to be concert and suitable when asked of -
D. a friend who is ill estion I simply can't stand is "How do you Seel". Usually the question…… "either you feel all right or yo
33. The writer seems to feel that a busy man should -
C. not be bothered
34. George Bernard Shaw's reply in the passage shows his -
35," You've put a bug in his ear "means that you've -
D. given him some kind of warning
uch an over-crowded profession that the only advice that……But chances like this happen once in a blue moo
36. From the very beginning, the author puts it clearly that acting is a profession -
A. sought after by too many
37. For someone who feels he must act, it is very likely that -
D. he will end up without any success
38. The film producer found Connie Pratt one morning when she was -
D. waiting for a bus
39. A few weeks after the test, Connie Pratt found herself -
B , playing the leading female role in a play
40, The concluding sentence"chances like this happen once in a blue moon" means -
D. this is a very rare chance
other military people wear uniforms with various other symbols……The longer the executive took to answer,
the more status he had.
41. The experiment designed by the two researchers aimed at finding out -
D. how businessmen indicate status
42. Which of the statements can best sum up the passage?
C, A study revealing a set of rules about the status of businessmen.
43. Having entered the room, the closer the visitor approaches the executive, -
D. the higher his status
44. The longer the seated man was in answering the knock, -
A. the higher his status
45, Which statement is NOT true?
B . In the experiment, one actor played the executive while the other played the seated man.
did not have time to go to the concert last night because she was busy - for her examination.
47. The computer doesn't work well, so something- wrong.
C. must have gone
Although Mary is satisfied with her success, she wonders- will happen to her private liBe.
The concert usually takes place at the People's Square, with the audience- on the ground.
D.had not been planned
51. Isn't it about the time you - to do morning exercises?
D. all that . lf the whole program - befbrehand, a great deal of time and money would have been lost. 52. I am very grateftll to you for what you've given me and - you have done f()r me 、
. It was not until she had arrived home - remembered her appointment with ‰l the doctor.
B. that she
. Determined to - as if everything were normal, he responded with a kind of indiDerence.
A. carry on
55. He - to arrange a loan through a finance company.
6. Jack is good, kind, hard working and intelligent. - , l can't speak too highly of him,
B. In a word
57. 1 - going to the doctor, but I wish I hadn't.
D. put off
58. Young children often can't ________ between TV programs and commercials.
59. The morning paper - a story about demonstrations in New York and Washington D.C.
60. And what we got to - is a disgrace.
C. put up with
46. TOEFL is a test for students - native is not English.
47 e He told me how he had given me shelter and protection without which I - of hunger.
C. would have died
8.This article deals with the natural phenomenon which - most interesting to everyone.
B , is
49. He studied hard in his youth, - contributed to his great success in later lile.
50, The population of many Alaskan cities has - doubled in the past three years.
C. more than
51. He's determined to finish the job - long it takes.
52. Hardly ever - get a good job these days without a good education.
C. do people
53, Nowhere else in the world - more attractive scenery than in Switzerland.
C. can you find
54. Children learn best by studying at their own -
55. The committee is due to - its report by the end of this year.
56. She's an only child, but they didn't really - her.
57. His parents - him the opportunity to go to university.
58. - all our efforts to save the school, the authorities decided to close it.
59. Eor a successful business, ffiendly and - staff are essential.
60. To - their new shampoo, they are seIling it at half price for a month.
46. Air pollution- this city is still a good place to live in.
A. being greatly reduced
ricans worry about leisure and hurry fi·om one activity to the next- little time to stop and think.
48. I won't be able to attend the meeting tonight because-
C.I will be teaching a class
49. Great changes- in our institute in the last Bew years.
A. have taken place
C. to be completed
51. - a teacher in a university, it is necessary to have at least a master's degree.
A. To become
52.I don't know why she avoids- her opinion on the subject.
53. If I had remembered- the window, the thief would not have got in.
A. to close e building project- by the end of this month is delayed, the construction company will be fined.
e has announced plans to establish a business school- the master's degree in business administration.
55. James plans to- offers from other companies before making a decision.
56. It would make- fbr the parents to be involved in this discussion.
57. The licence must be clearly- in the car windscreen.
58. The donated liver came ffom the UK, but the hospital is giving no fhrther-
59. Police are- the disappearance of two children.
C. looking into
A. occasion I do not intend to follow that, because we shaIl have an opportunity to do so on another-
46. That was so serious a matter that I had no choice but- the police.
D. to call in
47. Although Jack made a foolish mistake, we at him.
B. oughtn't to have laughed
48. Five minutes earlier- we could have caught the last train.
49 we desire that the tour leader- us immediately of any changes in plans.
50. These two areas are similar they both have a high rainfall during this season,
c. in that
. - my love of landscape, nothing could persuade me to spend another day in the Highlands.
A. But for
53. - is no reason fbr dismissing him.
C. The fact that he was a few minutes late
54. Dieters should try to reach and- a reasonable weight.
55. They claim that- 1000factories closed down during economic crisis.
56. I - an interesting news item in yesterday's Times
A. e came across
57. I was stunned by the news, and my initial- was anger.
B. reaction ntists say it may be five or ten years- it is possible to test this medicine on human patients.
interested in the weather because it- us so directly-What we wear, what we do, and even how we feel.
bably explains why public opinion is broadly- euthanasia (安乐死) , or at least certain forms of it.
D. in favor of
60. She was- a very affectionate person.
D. by nature
46. - we have achieved is attributed to the guidance of our parents.
7. Mr. Smith will move into his new house next Monday, - it will be completely finished.
A. by that time
are not so familiar with different cultures and other ways of doing things, - is often the case in ot
most popular drink among male drinkers, - overall consumption is significantly higher than that of wo
50. The size of that island is about - that of this one.
C. as three times greater as
51. Neither of the young men who had applied for a position in the university -
D. were accepted
52. She must be looking forward to your return - ?
c. isn't she
B. made it clear that
54. After seven months on the case, the police failed to - any real clues.
B. turn up
A. contributed 3. Doctors have recently- cancer-producing substance in cigarettes has been demonstrated. lin's ability to learn from observations and experience - greatly to his success in public life.
56. David and Sheila are unable to have children, but they're hoping to - a little boy.
57, Harry attempted a couple of jokes to - the tension of the occasion.
58. He's wearing a red shirt and - jeans.
B , paled
- , with youth unemployment so high, some school-l6avers with qualifications fail to find jobs.
60. Doctors predicted that the baby would not - with such severe disabilities.
46. - how little I had been able to accomplish, my Bears of failure grew rapidly.
C. When I realized
47. Each pupil was expected to contribute some of - the classroom.
B. his time to cleaning
48. This is a very difficult operation. It is essential that you - for emergency.
C. be prepared
B. didn't do
50. Her sun-tanned face suggested that she - in excellent health.
51. - evidence that language acquiring ability must be stimulated.
C. There is
52. Having been asked to speak at the convention -
B ' Smith prepared some notes
53.Ever since the Smiths moved to the suburbs a year ago they - better health.
C. have been enjoying
54.Several problems have - recently over questions of pay.
55.My dad offered to pay my plane fare, which was very - of him.
56.I'm sorry, that swimsuit is completely - in your size.
B. out of stock
57.My dad is very - of me and has never liked any of my boyfriends.
B. protective ance agents would rather you - anything about collecting claims until they investigate the situation.
58.In the strong storm, the ship was - off the coast of Africa.
59.The team will be anxious to - a disappointing start to the season.
C. make up for
60.Latin America has an - labor force and natural resources.
that college classes are very different from high school classes. you will have ……… you get a job, you will soon discover that you do not work only when you wish and as you wish. (221 words)
61. A. On the other hand
62. B. whether
63. A. turn to
64. C, towards
65. A. determining
66. C. In addition
67. A. differ from
68. D. take. initiative
69. C, Regardless of
70. D. based on
proclaimed"the finest mind alive","the greatest genius of the late 2oth century"， andEinstein's heir（继承
人），……people are 70 good at that 70 anyone else." (205 words)
61. A. far and wide
62 C. for
64. A. earned a place
65. B , who
66. C. except
67. B. incredible
68. B. positive
69. A. is
70. B. as, as
d the Netherlands last year, my first impression was ……that a young person who was just starting out woul
d have to struggle a bit at first. (216 words)
61. C. knowing
62. D. inquired
63. B. concerned about
64. A. priority
65, D. that
66, D. available
67. B. taking up
68. B. make ends meet
69. C. looking back on
70. A. end up with
ul method for improving your reading is the ability to……either generally agreeing or disagreeing with its
message. (205 words)
61. B , reflect on
62. B. but also
63. D. should occur
64. C. take notes
65. A. relevant
66. B. serve as
67, D. at first
68. C. further
69. B. being made
70. A. take a position
is very common among students away from home-……if things are too stressful for you to handle alone, talk
to a counselor. (21O words)
61. B. leaving
62. A. fbr good
63. D. on your own
64. C. Chances are
65. A. Keep in touch with
66. B. go away
67. D e develop
68. B. because of
69. C. once
70. A. surface
athlete possesses natural sporting abilities and very good……to be successful in helping you attain the be
nefits of physical fitness. (21l words)
61. B. in addition to
62. A. defines
63. C. perform
64. D. left
65. A. which
66. D, attain
67. B. allowing
68. C. Of
69. A. to achieve
70. B. the following
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to let you know that we will have a one-week holiday next month. You know I have been looking forward to a two years. So I collected two of good friends to enjoy the trip with me. After much consideration, we at l
ast planned a trip to your city.
e got round to nearly every place worth seeing in my province. So this time we must take the chance to make. Your city is well known for its places of historic interests which greatly attracts us. But one week is n enough to visit all of them. Thus we need your brief introduction of the places most worth a visit.
e first time to