第Ⅰ卷 (选择题，共 105分)
1.How many marks did John get on the TOEFL test?
A.537. B.605. C.650.
2.What does the man probably do?
A.A weather reporter. B.A traveler. C.A famer
3.Why does the man refuse to drink beer at first?
A.It’ll make him put on weight in his opinion.
B.He thinks it is too expensive.
C.He doesn’t like beer.
4.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A.In a restaurant. B.At home. C.In a market.
5.What are the speakers talking about?
A.An accident. B.The yellow color. C.A strange man.
6.What did the man buy his hat?
A.At a department store. B.At a big supermarket. C.At a small store.
7.What does the man think of the man’s style?
A.Good. B.Strange. C.Common.
8.Who is the man?
A.A customer. B.A waiter. C.The woman’s husband.
9.Which of the following does the restaurant have now?
A.The chocolate cake. B.The apple pie. C.The pineapple pie.
10.What will the woman have?
A.A cup of tea. B.A cup of milk. C.A cup of coffee.
11.What are the speakers going to do next week?
A.Go shopping. B.Go skiing. C.Go swimming.
12.What is the probably relationship between Tom and the woman?
A.Mother and son. B.Husband and wife. C.Neighbors.
13.According to the man, whose equipment can the woman use?
A.The man’s. B.John’s. C.His sister’s.
14.What did the woman buy for the man yesterday?
A.A new pair of shoes.
B.A new pair of gloves.
C.A new set of equipment.
15.What have the speakers been doing?
A.Looking for jobs. B.Doing much exercise. C.Studying hard.
16.How do the speakers feel?
A.Very tired. B.Very disappointed. C.Very confident.
17.According to the man, which is an advantage of studying at college?
A.Making more friends. B.Getting more knowledge. C.Having more free time.
18.When did Joe Jones have to work?
A.In 1948. B.In 1971. C.In 1979.
19.What did Joe Jones study in the University of Pennsylvania?
A.Math. B.Construction. C.Computer.
20.What can we infer from the talk?
A.Joe Jones was unlucky.
B.Joe Jones was a determined man.
C.Joe Jones wasn’t good at working.
例：Mr.Smith owns collection of coins than anyone else I have ever met.
A.larger B.a larger C.the larger D.a large
21. This kind of cloth________ well. I think it is worth________.
A. washes; buying B. washes; being bought
C. is washed; buying D. is washed; being bought
22. John thinks it won’t be long ____ he is ready for his new job.
A. when B. after C. before D. since
23. hoped to get the nice by the super star.
A. The students present; given presents B. The present students; presents given
C. The students present; presents given D. The present students; giving presents
24. Men and women should be treated equally according to the law, but ______ there is great
room for improvement.
A. in return B. in turn C. in principle D. in reality
25. Ted came for the weekend wearing only some shorts and a T-shirt, ____ is a stupid thing to do in such weather.
A. this B. that C. what D. which
26. that Marie was able to set up new branches elsewhere.
A. So successful her business was B. So successful was her business
C. So her business was successful D. So was her successful business
27. What surprised me was not what he said but _____ he said it.
A. the way B. in the way that C. in the way D. the way which
28. Dr Smith, together with his wife and daughters, ______visit Beijing this summer.
A.is going to B.are going to C.was going to D.were going to
29. The house I grew up ________ has been taken down and replaced by an office building.
A. in it B. in C. in that D. in which
30. Value every hour in the early morning, you will be looking for time in the rest of the day.
A.and B.for C.or D.but
31. Wild animals have been overhunted, and as ____ result, some of them are among the animals in ______danger.
A. a; theB. a; /C. the; a D. / ; the
32. Every minute should be made good use for the exam.
A. of preparing B. to prepare C. of to prepare D. to get prepared
33. Sam _____ some knowledge of the computer just by watching others working on it.
A. brought up B. looked up C. picked up D. set up
34. Roses need special care ______ they can live through winter.
A. because B. so that C. even if D. as
35. It was _______ he came back from Africa that year ________ he met the girl he would like to marry.
A. when; thenB. not; untilC. not until; thatD. only; when
During my last stay in France, I took to biking down a quiet road. Round a 36 , I found a woman sitting in front of a little shabby house. I don’t know why, but something about her attracted my 37 . I waved at her as I went by, and she must have thought I was some 38 tourist because she didn’t wave back. The same thing happened the second day. But on the third day, the old woman returned a hesitated 39 , and the next day, she 40 got out of her chair as I called out, “Morning, madam!” It became a small ritual(仪式) 41 us. She had no idea who I was, nor 42 I was coming, but she seemed to be 43 for me.
On my last ride, I bought some flowers and 44 down to the house, only to find she wasn’t there. She had gone to hospital for surgeries. 45 , I tied the flowers to her gate as a 46 gift. Back at my place, I 47 Roger, the gardener, of my missed 48 . “The old lady at the corner is suffering 49 injuries, through which walking has been troubling her,” he said, 50 “by the quiet road there used to be a station. Whenever a train passed, the couple would see the passengers waving 51 , especially the children—for them, such a ride was high adventure. 52 , everything is gone except for this couple.”
It seems that my bicycle ride 53 mind her past days. As Roger said, “she has 54 the trains and the waves. You brought them back to her.” By reaching out, in a way that cost me 55 , I’d given more than I had realized.
53.A.called forB.called backC.called toD.called by
Almost all aspects of American pop culture such as McDonald’s, American films, and blue jeans can be seen in Brazil.My father used to say that all kinds of American cultural icons(偶像)were distasteful.When I was a child ,it was forbidden to drink coke and to chew chewing gum in my house.Both actions were representative of the American dominance(主导)to my father while he had an American Ford car.
My father died 32 years ago, and I wonder how he would feel seeing his daughter politically centered, a diet coke addict, sometimes chewing Wrigley’s juicy fruit gum, and living in the United States.He didn’t live long enough to see this and the spread of American culture in the last decades.He would probably be convinced that American pop culture was flooding Brazil.
I think it is difficult to prevent American cultural hegemony(霸权).Many years ago, there was an attempt to reduce the number of American films.In Brazil.The government passed a law that all cinemas should put on about a higher percentage of Brazilian movies.However, we didn’t have enough good films, or even enough films to show, so this measure fell soon after.American music is ,of course, present in Brazil.Everybody knows about Madonna, Michael Jackson, and other icons of American music; but Brazilian music has never lost its first place in the Brazilians’ preferences.
I think we don’t need to be afraid of cultural free trade.People tend to be selective, and not everything that is imported is necessarily bad.Our native Brazilians also stand up against the dominance of imported culture in their lives while they wear watches and shorts and use tape recorders.We can’t avoid the process, but we could learn to be more critical and as selective as possible.
56.According to the passage, the author’s father .
A.was greatly influenced by American pop culture
B.forbade his children to watch American films
C.purchased nothing other than Brazilian goods
D.didn’t have positive attitudes to American pop culture
57.In paragraph 2, the author intends to tells us that .
A.it was a pity for her father not to see the spread of American pop culture
B.her father would be surprised to see the influence of American pop culture
C.American pop culture has a great influence on Brazilians
D.She herself was greatly influenced by American pop culture
58.The Brazilian government made an attempt to .
A.control the influence of American pop culture.
B.prohibit American pop music from being played.
C.forbid Brazilians to watch American films.
D.produce enough Brazilian films and music
59.From the whole passage we can learn that .
A.at first the author was very concerned about the American dominance
B.American pop culture consists mainly of American films, music ,blue jeans, etc
C.the author’s father was afraid of their children getting into bad habits
D.cultural free trade should be encouraged and promoted anyway
60.The author probably thinks that American cultural dominance .
A.is of benefit to Brazilians B.shouldn’t be left as it is
C.can be avoided with efforts D.should be wiped out
Having returned from her round trip, the angry woman stood outside the ticket office. "The railway owes me $12, " she said to Harry Jenks, the young man working at the office. "You sold me a ticket for May 22nd, but there was no ship from Jersey that night. So my daughter and I had to stay in a hotel. It cost me $12. "
Harry was worried. He remembered selling the woman a return ticket. "Come into the off ice, Madam, "he said politely. "I"ll check the Jersey timetable for May 22nd. "
The woman and her little girl followed him inside. She was quite right, as Harry soon discovered. There was no sailing on May 22nd. How could he have made such a careless mistake? He shouldn"t have sold her a ticket for that day. Wondering what to do, he smiled at the child. "You look sunburnt, "he said to her. "Did you have a nice holiday in Jersey?"
"Yes", she answered, shyly. "The beach was lovely. And I can swim too!"
"That"s fine, "said Harry. "My little girl can"t swim a bit yet. Of course, she"s only three"""
"I"m four, "the child said proudly. "I"ll be four and a half. "
Harry turned to the mother." I remember your ticket, Madam, "he said. "But you didn"t get one for your daughter, did you?"
"Er, well", "the woman looked at the child." I mean … she hasn"t started school yet. She"s only four. "
"A four-year-old child must have a ticket, Madam. A child"s return ticket to Jersey costs" "let me see … $ 13. 5. So if the railway pays your hotel, you will owe $1. 5. The law is law, but since the fault (过错) was mine…".
The woman stood up, took the child"s hand and left the office.
61. The woman was angry because .
A. she returned home one day later than she thought
B. the young man didn"t sell her the ticket for a round trip
C. there was no ship when she arrived at the station in Jersey
D. she spent more money than she had planned
62. Harry felt worried because .
A. he didn"t change the timetable in time
B. the woman was too angry with him
C. the woman didn"t buy a ticket for her daughter
D. he didn"t do his work carefully enough
63. Harry started talking to the little girl because .
A. he had a little girl about the same age as this girl
B. he wanted to find a way out from the little girl
C. he was in difficulty and did not know what to do
D. he wanted to show his friendliness to the little girl
64. When Harry said. "The law is law, but since the fault was mine…" He meant that .
A. they have to follow it without other choice, even though the fault was his
B. the woman had to pay him $1. 5, and the railway would pay for the hotel
C. she should pay $1. 5, but as he had made a mistake, she could go without paying
D. he must be strict with the woman because of the laws, though he didn"t want to
65. Why did the woman leave the office without saying anything?
A. She knew she would have to pay the railway $ 13.5.
B. She was going home to get the money to pay for her daughter"s ticket.
C. She became even more angry with the young man and didn"t want to see him.
D. She knew that it was her fault to come to ask for the $12.
If the child has been brought up in a loving, openly communicative environment, the relationship with parents would be a strong one.It is only when there are ongoing troubles in the relationship between parents and the child that there is a breakdown in communication.
When parents are going through difficulties in their own relationship the child sometimes develops guilt.The child can hold himself or herself responsible for the breakdown in relationship between the parents.This needs to be explained to the child, who won’t speak out this guilt.
The teenage years are emotionally sensitive years to the outside world.For the first time the child realizes his or her position in society.Friends suddenly become more important than parents.It is during this time that the relationship between children and parents is tested.If the bond with parents is strong, the child will not be swayed by the drug and alcohol culture.If the bond is weaker, the child will end up with problems.
During such times, one of the effective ways to deal with the problems is to discuss the problem with the child.As parents, you will need to discuss the consequences of each option and then leave the final decision to the child.Forcing parental will on children is counterproductive, especially at this age.Imposing parental will at this time will stop communicating and then you will not know what is happening in their life.Whatever the problem is, the child need never be made to feel lonely.The moment that happens, the possibility of serious self-harm is raised.
Any problem at this age can be dealt with by a flexible approach by parents.Discuss things calmly.Leave the decision to the individual.Make yourself available for any help or support that the child desires.The child will feel comfortable when allowed the freedom of choice.
66.If parents have trouble with their relationship, the child .
A.will communicate with their parents B.will be responsible for the trouble
C.will feel guilty about the trouble D.will help the parents recover
67.According to the text, what will lead the child to get into trouble?
A.The sense of responsibility. B.A weak bond with parents.
C.Feeling depressed or stressed D.The child’s confidence.
68.Which of the following ways can help solve the children’s problem?
A.Letting the children be. B.Discussing it with the children.
C.Forcing parental will on them D.Meeting their demands.
69.The underlined word“imposing” can be replaced with the word“ ”
A.Weakening. B.Pressing. C.Charging. D.Losing.
70.What is the text mainly about?
A.The bond between parents and children. B.Causes of teenagers’ problems.
C.Teenagers’ problems and solutions. D.Always letting the children decide.
We all have our wish lists, whether it is for the holiday season, a birthday or a get-together.The fact is we are all human and we all desire nice things and fun things.One thing that should not be missed is putting Cuponk on your wish list so that you can have years of fun and entertainment.
For adults, they can start playing with their kids, spending quality time together, something necessary for close family ties, Adults can also enjoy Cuponk with their own friends, turning a dinner party into something memorable.The game is made for everyone, regardless of age or gender.
It comes with a special cup with a backboard funnel(漏斗)， special balls and trick cards.There are different styles of cups to choose from, just to make it even more personal an experience.The players must pick a trick card when it is their turn and then perform the trick successfully.The trick always involves getting the ball into the cup, which will light up and make some crazy sounds afterward.
The rules allow for everything in the home to be allowable.That means that you can bank the ball off the wall, use the stairs, the ceiling, or what you have, It is all legal.What makes it even more special than most others is the fact that all ages can play at once.So, a family with different age groups can enjoy a few games together, without and real concern for damages, as the balls are quite light.It’s kind of like beer pong rules, but without the beer.
In a time with economic instability, where consumers have felt the squeeze and have chosen to stay at home to save a few dollars, it is a great way to do that without being bored.Playing games with friends or family members is a good way to laugh and pass the time pleasantly, rather than just sitting in front of a television or a computer wasting precious time.
71.Cuponk can be put on the wish list because .
A.it is for the holiday season B.it can help us pass time
C.it is better than a dinner party D.it brings us pleasure
72.The underlined pronoun“it” in the third paragraph refers to .
A.the cup B.the game C.the rule D.the ball
73.According to the text, the following can be used in the game except .
A.the wall B.trick cards C.the stairs D.the beer
74.The author recommends that .
A.Consumers stay at home to live through economic problems
B.People not spend time in front of a television or a computer
C.People should be careful on account of the heavy balls
D.People play Cuponk with their family members of friends
75.According to the text, Cuponk .
A.is a special ball B.is intended for children
C.is usually played D.has specific rules
It has been argued by some that gifted children should be grouped in special classes.The argument has been on the belief that in regular classes these children are held back in their intellectual growth by learning situation that has designed for the average children.
There can be little doubt that special classes can help the gifted children to graduate earlier and take their place in life sooner.However, to take these children out of the regular classes, may create serious problems.
I observed a number of intelligent children who were taken out of a special class and placed in a regular class.In the regular class, on the special class, they , relying heavily on their teachers’ directions, In the regular class, on the contrary, having no worry about keeping up, they began to comment directly and freely on many problems, some of which were creative and imaginative.
Many are concerned that gifted children in regular classes become bored and lose interest in learning.However this concern is more often from parents and teachers than from students, and some of these adults simply conclude that special classes should be set up for those who are talented.Some top students do feel bored in class, but why they feel so goes far beyond the work they have in school.Studies have shown that to be bored is to be anxious.The gifted child who is bored is an anxious child.
76.What is the author’s opinion of gifted children being grouped in special classes?(no more than 10 words)
77.According to some studies mentioned in the text.why do gifted children in a regular class become bored?(no more than5 words)
78.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with proper words.(no more than 8 words)
79.What does the author intend to tell us in Paragraph 3?(no more than 10 words)
80.What is the best title for this passage?(no more than 10 words)
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76. Gifted students shouldn’t be grouped in special classes.
77. Because they are anxious.
78. were not active/ made no comments on problems.
79. Intelligent children may not do well in the special class.
80. Whether gifted students should be grouped in special classes.
Recently, a survey was carried out about whether children have difficulty communicating with their parents. 72.6% of the netizens admit that problems do exist.
Different people have different opinions about the question “What’s the reason for the problem?” 31.6% think that parents and children don’t communicate properly; 27.6% think that parents force children to obey their orders and 23.3% consider it a social problem. Only 17.5% think the problem is caused by children’s rebellion.
In my opinion, parents should know more about their children and try to under stand them. It is important for parents and children to talk regularly so that children get advice on their problems in life.