1. hungry A. push B. music C. computer D. pump
2. result A. this B. west C. chemistry D. physics
3. friend A. paid B. many C. electrical D. employ
4. needed A. stayed B. supplied C. started D. turned
5. idea A. great B. area C. break D. airport
--Hello. Gerry speaking.
--Hello. Gerry. It’s me John here. 6
--Well, I’m terribly sorry, but I’m not feeling very well.
--Is that all? 7
--No, I’m sorry. I was sick all night. I think it must be the fish I ate last night.
--Well, I think you should have at least phoned Kate and told her you weren’t coming to the meeting.
--8 I’m sorry about that. Anyway, I think I’ll be able to get in to work tomorrow.
--I won’t .Thanks for calling.
11. He was down with the flue, and _____couldn’t come to the meeting.
A. however B. otherwise
C. therefore D. besides
12. The baby fell _____a rock in his walk but he managed to _____to his feet.
A. over ; struggle B. off ; run
C. over ; stand D. off ; bring
13. Your training will _____you _____your future job.
A. equip ; for B. be equipped ; for
C. equip ; with C. be equipped ; with
14. ______with the problem, the _____student requested his teacher to explain it again.
A. Confused; confusing B. confusing; confused
C. Confused; confused D. Confusing; confusing
15. He hung up the phone, ______with a smile on his face
A. having satisfied B. to be satisfied
C. satisfying D. satisfied
16. I’d rather you _______that now, than afterwards.
A. know B. to know C. knowing D. knew
17. The light moved across the sky and _____the plane.
A. focused on B. was focused on
C. focused itself on D. focused to
18. It was ______your timely help that we accomplished the task on time.
A. because B. for C. thanks to D. in case of
19. Eating too much sugar can _____health problems. So we must have a balanced diet.
A. lead to B. result from C. refer to D. devote to
20. With the help of his friends, he has _____a good business over the years.
A. built up B. made up C. grown up D. picked up
21. To enjoy the scenery, Irene would rather spend long hours on the train _____travel by air.
A. as B. to C. than D. while
22. Next week, I’ll travel to Britain, where can I ______my dollars for pounds?
A. exclaim B. excite C. exchange D. exclude
23. The police ______a criminal to see what he had in his pockets.
A. searched B. searched for C. searched out D. searched of
24. If you’ve finished, we can have a coffee.________, you’d better keep working.
A. If so B. Only if C. If only D .If not
25. He is always the first ______to the classroom and the last ______.
A. to come; leaving B. coming; to leave C. to come; to leave D. coming; leaving
One day when some people were rebuilding a barn，they found a mouse hole in a corner. So they used smoke __26_ the mice to come out. A while later they indeed saw mice running out.
Then，everyone thought that all the mice had escaped. But as they were just about to start to __27__，they saw two mice _28__ at the exit of the hole. The strange thing was that they did not run away __29_.Instead，one chased after the other near the exit of the hole.
Everyone was __30_，so they stepped closer to take a look. They __31__ that one of the mice was __32 and could not see anything，and the other one was trying to allow him to bite on his tail so they could escape _33_.
After _34 what had happened，everyone was speechless and _35_.A smart Israeli said，“I think the relationship between those two mice is husband and wife.”The others thought for a while，and all felt it _36__，so they expressed their agreement. Therefore，the expression on the Israeli"s face showed __37__.
A Chinese，who was accustomed to the firm tradition of loyalty to _38__，said：“I think the relationship between those two mice is that of mother and son.”__39__ the others thought for a while，and felt this was more reasonable.
At that moment，one __40 Samaritan who was squatting(蹲)on the ground resting his chin in his palms，looked at other people，and asked，“Why do those two mice have to have a __41_ relationship?”
Suddenly，the atmosphere _42_.Shocked，the group looked back at the Samaritan and remained __43All the people who had spoken earlier all __44_ their heads in shame，and did not dare to respond.
In fact，the true love is not __45 benefit，friendship and loyalty or blood relationship. Instead，it is based on no relationship.
26.A. to invite B.to force C.to trap D.to free
27.A. clean up B.come up C.make up D.break up
28.A. holding out B.escaping C.coming out D.squeezing
29.A. approximately B.certainly C.immediately D.eventually
30.A. puzzled B.moved C.embarrassed D.ashamed
31.A .recognized B.knew C.heard D.realized
32.A .deaf B.blind C.dumb D.lame
33.A. separately B.together C.deliberately D.accidentally
34.A. experiencing B.promoting C.witnessing D.undergoing
35.A .lost face B.lost in thought C.lost heart D.lost reason
36.A. made nothing B.made up C.made progress D.made sense
37.A. self-esteem B.self-confidence C.self-consciousness D.self-satisfaction
38.A. teachers B.parents C.leaders D.relatives
39.A. Once again B.Again and again C.Once D.Over and over
40.A .strong-minded B.pure-minded C.absent-minded D.simple-minded
41.A. certain B.sure C.accessible D.characteristic
42.A. accumulated B.boiled C.froze D.refreshed
43.A. speechless B.harmless C.hopeless D.stainless
44.A. surrounded B.put away C.put up D.lowered
45.A. centered on B.concentrated on C.established on D.faced of
第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节，满分40分)
A hobby can be almost anything a person likes to do in his spare time. Hobbyists raise pets，build model ships，weave baskets，watch birds，hunt animals，climb mountains，raise flowers，fish，ski，skate and swim. Hobbyists also paint pictures，attend concerts and plays，and perform on musical instruments. They collect everything from books to butterflies and from shells to stamps.
People take up hobbies because these activities offer enjoyment，friendship，knowledge，and relaxation. Sometimes they even give financial profits. Hobbies help people relax after periods of hard work，and provide a balance between work and play. Hobbies also offer interesting activities for persons who have retired. Anyone，rich or poor，old or young，sick or well，can follow a satisfying hobby，regardless of his age，position，or income.
Hobbies can help a person"s mental and physical health. Doctors have found that hobbies are valuable in helping patients recover physical or mental illness. Hobbies give bedridden or wheel-chair patients something to do，and provide interests that keep them from thinking about themselves. Many hospitals treat patients by having them take up interesting hobbies or pastimes(娱乐).
In early times，most people were too busy making a living to have many hobbies. But some persons who had spare time did enjoy hobbies. The ancient Egyptians played games with balls made of wood，pottery(陶器).
People today have more time than ever before for hobbies. Machines have reduced the amount of time they must spend on their jobs. Hobbies provide variety for workers who do the same unchanging tasks all day long. More people are retiring than ever before，and at an earlier age. Those who have developed hobbies never need to worry about what to do with their newly found spare time hours.
Sir William Osier，a famous Canadian doctor expressed the value of hobbies by saying，“No man is really happy or safe without a hobby”.
46.Which of the following is RIGHT?
A.Hobby is one"s regular activity in his office.
B.Hobby is one"s regular activity in his spare time.
C.Hobby is a kind of activity only for old people.
D.Hobby is a kind of activity only for young people.
47.It seems that people who ________ may spend more time enjoying their hobbies.
A.have little money
B.have much money
C.have retired from their work
D.have left school
48.The phrase“recover from”in the third paragraph means “________”.
B.become healthy again
D.supply with a new cover
49.In early times，most people spent less time on their hobbies，because ________.
A.they were brave and hard-working
B.the living conditions were poor
C.they were engaged in making a living
D.B and C
50.What"s the writer"s opinion about hobbies?
A.People all over the world have the same hobby.
B.Machines also have their hobbies.
C.Hobbies are popular among people in Egypt.
D.People should have hobbies in their spare time.
As a boy, Sanders was much influenced(影响) by books about the sea, but by the age of fifteen he had decided to become a doctor rather than a sailor. His father was a doctor. So he was often with the doctors and got along very well with them. When he was fourteen, he was already hanging around the hospital where he was supposed to be helping to clean the medicine bottles, but was actually trying to listen to the doctors’ conversations with patients in the next room.
During the war Sanders served in the army as a surgeon(外科医生). “That was the happiest time of my life. I was dealing with real sufferers and on the whole making a success of my job.” In Rhodes he taught the country people simple facts about medicine. He saw himself as a life-saver. He had proved his skill to himself and had a firm belief that he could serve those who lived simply, and were dependent upon him. Thus, while in a position to tell them what to do he could feel he was serving them.
After the war, he married and set up a practice deep in the English countryside, working under an old doctor who hated the sight of blood. This gave the younger man plenty of opportunity(机会) to go on working as a life-saver.
51. When he was a small boy, books about the sea had made Sanders want to be ___.
A. a surgeon B. an army man
C. a sailor D. a life-saver
522. At the age of 14, Sanders ___.
A. worked as a doctor by cleaning the medicine bottles
B. met some doctors who were very friendly to him
C. was interested in talking with patients
D. remained together with the doctors
53. His experience in the Army proved that ___.
A. he was good at medical operations on the wounded
B. he succeeded in teaching people how to save their lives themselves
C. a doctor was the happiest man
D. his wish of being a life-saver could hardly come true
54. Having proved his skill to himself, Sanders ___.
A. wanted to live a simple life like a countryman
B. came to realize that he was really working for his countrymen
C. taught himself life-saving
D. was highly respected by the old doctor
55. When the war was over, he ___.
A. learned from an old doctor because he was popular
B. started to hate the sight of blood while working
C. served the countrymen under an old doctor who needed someone to help him
D. had few chances to be a “life-saver” because he was younger
In 1933 an unknown American called Clarence Nash went to see the film-maker Walter Disney. He had an unusual voice and he wanted to work in Disney’s cartoon film for children. When Walter Disney heard Nash’s voice, he said, “Stop! That’s our duck!”
The duck was the now-famous Donald Duck, who first appeared in 1934 in the film, The Wise Little Hen. Donald lived in an old houseboat and worn his sailor jacket and hat. Later that year he became a star after an eight minute Mickey Mouse film. The cinema audiences liked him because he was lazy and greedy, and because he lost his temper very easily. And they loved his voice when he became angry with Mickey’s eight nephews. Soon Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse himself, probably because he wasn’t a goody-goody, like Mickey.
In the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, Donald and his friends Mickey, Goofy and Pluto made hundreds of Disney cartoons. He also made educational film about the place of the USA in the world, and safety in the home. Then in 1966 Donald Duck and his voice disappeared—there were no more new cartoons.
Clarence Nash died in February, 1985. But today’s children can still see the old cartoons on the television and hear that famous voice.
56. Who made Donald Duck cartoons?
A. Mickey Mouse.
B. Clarence Nash.
C. Walter Disney.
57. When did the first Donald Duck film appear?
A. In 1933 B. In 1934 C. In 1966 D. In 1965
58. Who was Clarence Nash?
A. A cartoonist.
B. A writer.
C. A film maker.
D. The man who made the voice for Donald Duck.
59. Where do today’s children see Donald Duck cartoons?
A. In new cartoons.
B. At the cinema.
C. On television.
D. In the theatre.
60. Why did people like Donald better than Mickey Mouse?
A. Probably because he was lazy and greedy.
B. Probably because he wasn’t a goody—goody like Mickey.
C. Probably because he lost his temper very easily.
D. Probably because he became angry with Mickey’s eight nephews.
Mr. Jackson realized that his sons had a lot of talents. 61 In those days there were plenty of music groups and some of them were very good.He knew if his sons were to stand out，they would have to be the best. 62 And the Jackson boys practiced! Gradually the group took shape. When they took the first professional job，their total pay was only five dollars.They kept on working. They played at parties. 63 They worked at clubs 64Their first album sold a million copies! Michael, 11 years old then, was the star. It just didn’t seem possible that so much talent could come from such a young performer. 65 . One million records of his were sold in New Zealand, which has only a total population of three million.
A. Then Michael got a chance to do some solo songs.
B. He knew he could train them to become fine musicians.
C. And he was proud of them very much. X k b1 . c o m
D. Practice makes perfect.
E. But he indeed did it greatly.
I. 单词拼写 (共10小题，每小题1分，满分10分)
1. Our country has become self-sufficient in ______ (粮食).
2. The road signs _________(使糊涂) the driver.
3. The only way to do that is to ______ (减少) expenses.
4. The school _________(提供) books for children.
5. We took the opportunity to _______(交流) experience with them.
6.He has a (晒黑的) face and bright eyes.
7. The ________ (斗争) for independence was long and hard.
8. The factory must increase its ________(产量).
9. They ________(用掉) all their strength in trying to climb out.
10. Our army is well ___(装备).
II 短文改错 (共10小题，每小题1.5分 满分15分)
I was surprised to learn that my 72-year-old mother dared drive 900 miles in a 12-year-old car to visit me. When asking how she made it, she said me that she had filled the gas bank and didn"t have money in a motel(汽车旅馆)room. "What did you do?" I asked .“Well ”，she began, "I was driven through this small town and feeling very asleep. A policeman pulled me over and asked if I have been drinking." When I told him not, he wanted to know why I was winding all over the road. I told to my situation. He ordered me to follow him. We then drove to a motel which the nice officer paid for the night"s stay.
姓名：李芳 性别：女 国籍：中国 出生年月：1967年1月 职业：化学工程师 简历：1985年7月毕业于北京四中，同年进入北大学习，1994年起在上海的一家化学公司工作。 主要事迹：1994年获化学博士学位;一家日本公司高薪聘用，但被她拒绝;1998年因特殊贡献获奖。
11-15 CAACD 16-20 DACAA 20-25 CCADC
26-30 BADCA 31-35 DBBCB 36-40 DDBAB 41-45 ACADB
46-50 BCBCD 51-55 CDBBC 56-60 CBDAB
1. grain 2. confused 3. increase 4. supplies 5. exchange
6. sunburnt 7. struggle 8. output 9. expanded 10. equipped
1. dared 后加上to 2. asking →asked 3. said→told4. in →for 5. driven →driving 6. asleep →sleepy 7. have →had 8. not →no 9. 去掉to 10. which →where
One possible version：
This is Li Fang，a Senior Engineer of a famous chemical company in China.She was given a gold medal in 1998 for having played an important part in scientific research.
She was born in China in January， 1967.Having graduated from Beijing No.4 Middle School in July，1985，she entered Beijing University.Nine years later，she received a doctor"s degree of chemistry，and then she went to work in a chemical company in Shanghai.Once a Japanese company tried to invite her to work in Japan and promised her a high salary.But she didn"t accept the invitation.