英 语 笔 试
例：Std over there ______ you'll be able to see it better.
A. or B. d C. but D. while 答案是B。
1. -Sorry, Liz. I tk I was a bit rude to you.
-______, but don't do that !
A. Go ahead B. Forget it
C. It depds D. With pleasure
2. The quality of education this small school is better t ______ some larger schools.
A. that B. one C. it D. this
3. Only Lily walked to the office ______ that she had left the contract at home.
A. she realized B. has she realized
C. she has realized D. did she realize
4. -Jack, you s excited.
-______? I won the first prize
A. Guess what B. So what
C. Pardon me D. Who cares
5. ptg, Jo 't notice evg approg.
A. To absorb B. To be absorbed
C. Absorbed D. Absorg
6. e 't attd the meetg at 3 o'clock this afternoon because she ______ a class at that te.
A. will teach B. would teach
C. has taught D. will be tg
7. I ______ have worried before I e to the new school, for my classmates here are very frdly to me.
A. mightn't B. mustn't C. n't D. cou't
8. ______ for two days, Steve aged to ish his report on schedule.
A. To work B. Worked
C. To be worg D. Havg worked
9. Despite the previous rounds of talks, no agrt______ so far by the two sides.
A. has reached B. was reached
C. will reach D. will have reached
10. Tom had to______ the vitation to the party last d because he was too busy.
A. turn B. turn down
C. turn over D. turn to
11. If you have y doubts about your health, you'd better______ your doctor at once.
A. convce B. consult C. avoid D. affect
12. We need to get to the root of the pro______ we solve it.
A. while B. after C. before D. as
13. I wish I ______ at my sister's g last Tuesday, but I was on a busess trip New York t.
A. will be B. would be
C. have D. had
14 See, your computer has bro down ! It doesn't ______ sse to buy the cheapest brd of computer just to save a few dollars.
A. have B. make C. display D. brg
15 The boss of the compy is tryg to create easy atmosphere ______ his ployees ioy their work.
A. where B. which C. D. who
My ce (未婚夫) d I were excited about shoppg for our first home. But our funds were 16 , d none of the houses our price rge sed satisfactory.
One t 17 a house particular. Although her description sounded wonderful, the price was 18 our rge, so we ed. But she kept urg us to have a look 19 .
We ally did d it was 20 at first sight. It was Our Home, small d charg, overloog a quiet lake. g through the rooms d tg with the owners, a nice elderly couple, we felt the warmth d 21 of the marriage wit that home. As perfect as it was, the price red too high for us. But every day, we would sit by the lake, loog at the house d drg of 22 it would be like to live there.
Days later, we made a(n) 23 -far below the asg price. Surprisgly, they 't 24 us. They rewed their offer 25 . It was also much more t we could afford, but far 26 t the oral asg price.
The next day, we got a 27 message that other buyer had offered a much higher price. Ev so, we decided to talk with the 28 directly. We made our al offer, which 29 was thousds of dollars less t the other buyer's bid. We ew it, 30 we had to try.
"Sold!" said the owner. T he 31 : He'd s us sittg by the lake all those tes; he ew how much we loved the place d that we'd 32 the years of work they had put to their home; he realized he would take a 33 by sg it to us, but it was worthwhile; we were the people they ted to live there. He told us to consider the 34 the price " early g prest."
That's how we found our home d how I learned that people are 35 they are not strgers, only frds we hav't yet met.
16. A. needed B. ited C. ough D. large
17. A. recoded B. decorated C. sold D. rted
18. A. below B. wit C. beyond D. bet
19. A. at least B. at most C. at tes D. at d
20. A. relief B. concern C. love D. curiosity
21. A. pride B. happess C. ge D. desire
22. A. which B. why C. that D. what
23. A. effort B. offer C. promise D. profit
24. A. come across B. look after C. depd on D. laugh at
25. A. stead B. deed C. aside D. apart
26. A. worse B. better C. less D. higher
27. A. relaxg B. disappotg C. pleast D. regular
28. A. ts B. buyers C. agers D. owners
29. A. already B. still C. erally D. ever
30. A. so B. or C. for D. but
31. A. apologized B. comped C. criticized D. exped
32. A. check B. alyze C. appreciate D. ore
33. A. loss B. risk C. ce D. lead
34. A. crease B. differce C. terest D. average
35. A. d B. polite C. smart D. ergetic
University Room Regulations
Approved d Prohibited Its
The follog its are approved for use restial (住宿的) rooms: electric kets, hair dryers, personal computers, radios, televisions d DVD players. Its that are not allowed stut rooms clude: dles, g s, fireworks, waterbeds, sun ps d wireless routers. Please note that y prohibited its will be t away by the Office of Resce Life.
Access to Restial Rooms
Stuts are provided with a coation (组合密码) for their room door locks upon . Do not share your room door lock coation with yone. The Office of Resce Life may ge the door lock coation at y te at the expse of the rest if it is found that the stut has shared the coation with others. The fee is $25 to ge a room coation.
Stuts livg bugs that have kits are only permitted to cook the kit. Stuts must up after coog. This is not the responsibility of housekeepg staff. Kits that are not kept may be closed for use. With the exception of usg a small microwave ov (微波炉) to heat food, stuts are not permitted to cook their rooms.
No pets except fish are permitted stut rooms. Stuts who are found with pets, whether visitg or owned by the stut, are subject to itial e of $100 d a contug e of $50 a day per pet. Stuts receive writt notice the e goes to effect. If, one week from the date of writt notice, the pet is not roved, the stut is referred to the Stut Court.
Restial bugs must t atmosphere that supports the ic mission of the University. um quiet hours all pus resces are 11:00 pm to 8:00 Sunday through Thursday. Quiet hours on Friday d Saturday nights are 1:00 to 8:00 . Stuts who violate quiet hours are subject to a e of $25.
36. Which of the follog its are allowed stut rooms?
A. g s d waterbeds. B. Wireless routers d radios.
C. Hair dryers d dles. D. TVs d electric kets.
37. What if a stut is found to have told his coation to others?
A. The coation should be ged.
B. The Office should be charged.
C. He should replace the door lock.
D. He should check out of the room.
38. What do we ow about the coog policy?
A. A microwave ov be used.
B. Coog stut rooms is permitted.
C. A housekeeper is to up the kit.
D. Stuts are to close kit doors after coog.
39. If a stut has kept a cat his room for a week sce the warng, he will face _____.
A. part visits B. a e of $100
C. the Stut Court D. a writt notice
40. stuts joy a party resces?
A. 7:00 , Sunday. B. 7:30 , Thursday.
C. 11:30 pm, Monday. D. 00:30 , Saturday.
Whether the home or the workplace, social robots are gog to become a lot more coon the next few years. Social robots are about to brg tology to the everyday world a more huized way, said Cynthia Breazeal, chief stist at the robot compy Jibo.
While household robots today do the normal housework, social robots will be much more like compions t mere tools. For exple, these robots will be able to distguish someone is happy or sad. This allows t to respond more appropriately to the user.
The Jibo robot, arrged to ship later this year, is desed to be a personalized assistt. You talk to the robot, ask it questions, d make requests for it to perform differt tasks. The robot doesn't just deliver eral swers to questions; it responds based on what it learns about each dividual the household. It do tgs such as rg elderly ily ber to take e or tg ily photos.
Social robots are not just g their way to the home. They have pottial applications everytg from education to health care d are already g their way to some of these spaces.
Fellow Robots is one compy brg social robots to the market. The compy's "Oshbot" robot is built to assist customers a store, which help the customers d its d help guide t to the product's location the store. It also speak differt guages d make recodations for differt its based on what the customer is shoppg for.
The more teraction the robot has with hus, the more it learns. But Oshbot, like other social robots, is not tded to replace workers, but to work alongside other ployees. "We have tologies to tr social robots to do tgs not for us, but with us," said Breazeal.
41. How are social robots differt from household robots?
A. They control their otions. B. They are more like hus.
C. They do the normal housework. D. They respond to users more slowly.
42. What a Jibo robot do accorg to Paragraph 3?
A. Counicate with you d perform operations.
B. swer your questions d make requests.
C. Take your ily pictures d deliver milk.
D. Obey your orders d rd you to take pills.
43. What Oshbot work as?
A. A guage teacher. B. A tour guide.
C. A shop assistt. D. A private nurse.
44. We learn from the last paragraph that social robots will ______.
A. tr ployees B. be our worates
C. prove tologies D. take the place of workers
45. What does the passage ly prest?
A. A new des idea of household robots.
B. Marketg strategies for social robots.
C. formation on household robots.
D. troduction to social robots.
One day I was 12, my mother gave me order: I was to walk to the public library, d borrow at least one book for the suer. This was one more weapon for her to defeat my strge pro - ability to read.
the library, I found my way to the "Childr's Room." I sat down on the floor d pulled a few books off the shelf at rdom. The cover of a book caught my eye. It prested a picture of a beagle. I had rtly had a beagle, the first d only al compion I ever had as a child. He was my secret sharer, but one morng, he was gone, giv away to someone who had the space d the money to care for . I never forgot my beagle.
There on the book's cover was a beagle which looked tical to my dog. I r my gers over the picture of the dog on the cover. My eyes r across the title, os, the Beagle with a P. Unogly, I had read the title. Without opg the book, I borrowed it from the library for the suer.
Under the shade of a bush, I started to read about os. I read very, very slowly with difficulty. Though pages were turned slowly, I got the idea of the story about a dog who, like e, had separated from his ily d who ally found his way back home. That dog was my dog, d I was the little boy the book. At the d of the story, my d contued the al se of reunion, on d on, until my own lost dog d I were, my d, runng together.
My mother's call returned me to the real world. I suly realized sometg: I had read a book, d I had loved rg that book. Everyone ew I could not read. But I had read it. Books could be credibly wonderful d I was gog to read t.
I never told my mother about my "miraculous" (奇迹般地) experce that suer, but she saw a slow but rarkable provt my classroom perforce durg the next year. d years later, she was proud that her son had read thousds of books, was awarded a PhD literature, d authored his own books, articles, poetry d fiction. The power of the words has held.
46. The author's mother told to borrow a book order to_____.
A. courage to do more g
B. let spd a gful suer
C. help cure of his rg pro
D. make learn more about weapons
47. The book caught the author's eye because_____.
A. it conted pretty pictures of als
B. it rded of his own dog
C. he found its title easy to understd
D. he liked childr's stories very much
48. Why could the author age to read the book through?
A. He was forced by his mother to read it.
B. He tified with the story the book.
C. The book told the story of his pet dog.
D. The happy g of the story attracted .
49. What be ferred from the last paragraph?
A. The author has become a successful writer.
B. The author's mother read the se book.
C. The author's mother rewarded with books.
D. The author has had happy suers ever sce.
50. Which one could be the best title of the passage?
A. The Charm of a Book B. Mum's Strict Order
C. Reunion with My Beagle D. My Passion for Rg
Once I was g a decision that volved high risk, I t to a frd. He looked at me for a mot, d t wrote a stce contg the best advice I've ever had: Be bold d brave - d mighty (强大的) forces will come to your aid.
Those words made me see clearly that I had short the past, it was seldom because I had tried d failed. It was usually because I had let fear of failure stop me from tryg at all. On the other d, ever I had plunged to deep water, forced by courage or circumstce, I had always able to s until I got my feet on the ground .
Boess s a decision to bite off more t you eat. d there is notg mysterious about the mighty forces. They are pottial powers we possess: ergy, skill, sound jut, creative ideas - ev physical strgth greater t most of us realize.
ittedly, those mighty forces are spiritual ones. But they are more portt t physical ones. A college classmate of e, T, was ext football player, ev though he weighed much less t the average player. " one e I suly found myself confrontg a huge player, who had notg but me bet d our goal e," said T. "I was so frighted that I closed my eyes d desperately threw myself at that guy like a bullet - d stopped cold."
Boess - a ess to extd yourself to the extre-is not one that be acquired overnight. But it be taught to childr d developed adults. Conce builds up. Surely, there will be setbacks (挫折) d disappotts life; boess itself is no guartee of success. But the person who tries to do sometg d fails is a lot better off t the person who tries to do notg d succeeds.
So, always try to live a little bit beyond your abilitiesd you'll d your abilities are greater t you ever dred.
51. Why was the author sometes unable to reach his goal the past?
A. He faced huge risks.
B. He lacked mighty forces.
C. Fear prevted from tryg.
D. Failure blocked his way to success.
52. What is the plied g of the undered part?
A. Swallow more t you digest.
B. Act slightly above your abilities.
C. Develop more mysterious powers.
D. Learn to make creative decisions.
53. What was especially portt for T's successful se the football e?
A. His physical strgth. B. His basic skill.
C. His real fear. D. His spiritual force.
54. What be learned from Paragraph 5?
A. Conce grows more rapidly adults.
B. Tryg without success is gless.
C. Repeated failure creates a better life.
D. Boess be ed little by little.
55. What is the author's purpose writg this passage?
A. To courage people to be courageous.
B. To advise people to build up physical power.
C. To tell people the ways to guartee success.
D. To recod people to develop more abilities.
英 语 笔 试
Six days a week, up d down the red hills of northeast Georgia, my grdfather brought the mail to the folks there. At age 68, he retired from the post office, but he never stopped servg the counity.
On his 80th birthday, I st a letter, notg the tgs we all should be tkful for - good health, good frds d good outcomes. By most measurts he was a happy . T I suggested it was te for to slow down. At long last, a comfortable home, with a erous psion, he should learn to take tgs easy.
"Tk you for your nice words," he wrote his letter back, "d I ow what you t, but slog down scares me. Life isn't havg it made; it's gettg it made."
"The est d happiest years of our lives were not all the debts were paid, d all difficult experces had passed, d we had settled to a comfortable home. No. I go back years ago, we lived a three-room house, we got up before daylight d worked till after dark to make ds meet. I rarely had more t four hours of sleep. But what I still 't figure out is why I never got tired, never felt better my life. I guess the swer is, we were fightg for survival, protectg d provg for those we loved. What matters are not the great mots, but the partial victories, the waitg, d ev the defeats. It's the journey, not the arrival, that counts."
The letter ded with a personal request: "Boy, on my next birthday, just tell me to wake up d get gog, because I will have one less year to do tgs - d there are t million tgs waitg to be done."
Christa Rossetti, glish poet, once said: "Does the road d uphill all the way? Yes, to the very d." Today, at 96, my grdfather is still on that long road, g.
56. What was the author's grdfather before he retired? (no more t 5 words)
57. What did the author advise his grdfather to do his letter? (no more t 10 words)
58. What is the grdfather's view on life accorg to his letter back? (no more t 10 words)
59. How do you understd the undered stce the last paragraph? (no more t 10 words)
60. Do you agree with the grdfather's view on life? Give reasons your own words, (no more t 20 words)
参考词汇： 学生会 the Stut Union
英语 笔试 参考答案
第一、二部分（Key 1 to 55）
1. B 2. A 3. D 4. A 5. C 6. D 7. C 8. D 9. A 10. B 11. B 12. C 13. D 14. B 15. A
16. B 17. A 18. C 19. A 20. C 21. B 22. D 23. B 24. D 25. A
26. C 27. B 28. D 29. B 30. D 31. D 32. C 33. A 34. B 35. A
36. D 37. A 38. A 39. C 40. D 41. B 42. D 43. C 44. B 45. D
46. C 47. B 48. B 49. A 50. A 51. C 52. B 53. D 54. D 55. A
第一节 Some possible swers:
56. He was a post. Or: He worked a post-office.
57. He advised to slow down (d take tgs easy).
/ He advised he/his grdfather (should) slow down.
58. The process is more portt t the result.
Or: A should not slow down however old he is.
Or: Life isn't havg it made; it's gettg it made. / It's the journey, not the arrival that counts.
59. My/His/The grdfather is still busy dog gful tgs.
Or: The grdfather is still livg active life.
Or: The grdfather is still volved whatever he do.
60. Yes. One should always be full of passion his life no matter how old he is.
Or: People should make full use of their te to do sometg gful
No. It is more ssible for people to slow down d joy easy life their old age.
Or: Slog down contributes to better health d longer life for people old age.
第二节 61. One possible version: