例：To make bers of a t perform better, the trer first of all has to ow
their _____ d esses．
A. strgths B. efits C. tiques D. values
21. he was runng after his brother, the boy lost his ___ d had a bad fall.
ce B ce C ory D .place
22. He gave self a new ne to hide his ____ he t to carry out the secret task.
otion B.tt tity D.treasure
23.The t are worg hard to ___ the pro so that they d the best solution.
A.face B.prevt C.raise alyze
order not to be heard, she poted her ger upwards to ____ that smoeone was movg about upstairs.
A.whisper B.sal C.declare D.comp
25.There is no doubt that this didate's advtage _____ his ability to counicate with forers glish.
A.leaves out B.goes st C.lies akes up
26.Don't worry. I'm sure your missg glasses will ______ sooner or later.
A.std out B.break up C.get out D.turn up
27.Ev though the conferce hall is near his apartt, he has to hurry a little if he ts to be_____.
A.accurate B.punctual t D.reasonable
28.I don't tk what he said is _____ to the topic we are discussg . He has missed the pot.
A.faithful B.parallel C.relevt D.silar
29.The girl used to be shy, but is ____ gettg active group work d is more g to express herself.
A.gradually B.usually C.previously erely
30.This meetg room is a non-smog area. I would like to warn you _____ that if you smoked here you would be ed.
advce detail C. total eral
"Daily Star, sir" called Jason, carryg some newspapers under his arm. The little boy had runng up d down the street, but there were still tty_31__left. His voice was ost gone d his heart was_32__. The shops would soon close, d all the people would go home. He would have to go home too, carryg the papersoney. He had hoped to sell more papers tonight to make more money to buy a__34_for his mother d some seeds for his bird. That was why he had bought the papers with all his money. He_35__as he thought of his failure to sell all his papers.
"You don't ow the __36_of sg papers. You must shout, "Hot news! Bomb burstg!" other newsboy Chad told Jason. "_37__it's not the paper at all," replied Jason. "Just run away quickly__38__they have te to see, d you'll __39_ out d get your money,"Chad said.
It was a new _40__to Jason. He thought of his bird with nod the cake he ted to buy for his mother, but was__42_that he would not tell a lie. Though he was _43__ a poor newsboy, he had _44__ some good tgs.
The next afternoon Jason t to the office for his papers_45__. Several boys were crog around Chad, who declared with a__46_smile that he sold six doz the day before. He added that Jasononey because he would not tell a lie. The boy _48__at Jason. "You wou't tell a lie yesterday, my boy?" A t at the office e up d patted Jason's shoulder__49_."You're just the boy I loog for." A week later Jason started his new__50_. He lost sale of tty papers because he would not tell a lie, but got a well-paid job because he told the truth.
31.A.shops B.cos C.people D.papers
32.A.op B.heavy C.pure D.weak
stead of return for C.regardless of exge for
34.A.cup B.card C.comb D.cake
35.A.gave B.broke down C.got away D.showed up
36.A.difficulty B.process C.goal D.secret
d B.But C.For D.So
38.A.before B.sce C.though D.unless
39.A.call B.drop C.sell D.reach
40.A.edition B.idea C.policy D.task
41.A.bread sects C.seeds D.water
42.A.concerned azed C.excited D.detered
43.A.still B.already C.just D.also
44.A.taught ded C.awarded D.allowed
45.A.at once B.by ce C.as usual D.on purpose
46.A.proud tle C.warm D.polite
47.A.borrowed B.lost ade D.saved
48.A.laughed B.shouted odded D.started
49.A.bravely B.grateful C.fondly odestly
50.A.duty B.busess C.job ethod
"I see you've got a bit of water on your coat," said the at the petrol station. "Is it rg out there?""No, it's pretty nice," I replied, g my sleeve. "Oh, right. A pony(马驹) bit me earlier."
As it happed, the bite was virtually pless: more the d of small bite you might get from a naughty child. The pony responsible was queug up for some ice cr the car park near Haytor, d perhaps thought I'd jumped ahead of .
The reason why the ponies here are naughty is that Haytor is a tourist-heavy area d tourists are consttly g the ponies foods, despite sighs asg t not to. By g the ponies, tourists crease the risk of t gettg hit by a car, d make t harder to gather durg the area's nual pony drift(迁移).
The purpose of a pony drift is to gather t up so their health be checked, the baby ones be stooped from g on their mother's milk, d those who've gone beyond their ited area be returned to their correct area. Some of t are also later sold, order to it the number of ponies accorg to the rules set by Natural d.
Three weeks ago, I witnessed a small near-disaster a few mils west of here. While g, I noticed a pony roll over on his back. "Hello!" I said to , assug he was just rog for fun, but he was very still d, as I got closer, I saw g his legs the air d breatg heavily. I to properly worry about . Fortunately, I aged to get touch with a Dartmoor's Livestock Protection officer d sd her a photo. The officer mediately st a local farmer out to check on the pony. The pony had actually trapped bet two rocks. The farmer freed , d he to run happily around .
Dartmoor has 1,000 or so ponies, who play a critical role creatg the diversity of species this area. y people are worg hard to preserve these ponies, d tryg to come up with ps to d a sustable(可持续的) future for one of Dartmoor's most cially-troubled ts.
51. Why are tourists asked not to feed the ponies?
A. To protect the tourists from g bitt
B. To keep the ponies off the petrol station
C. To avoid puttg the ponies ger
D. To prevt the ponies from fightg
52. One of the purposes of the nual pony drift is ______________.
A. to feed baby ponies on milk
B. to control the number of ponies
C. to expd the habitat for ponies
D. to sell the ponies at a good price
53. What as the author's first reaction he saw a pony roll on its back?
A. He freed it from the trap
B. He called a protection officer
C. He worried about it very much
D. He thought of it as g naughty
54. What does the author ply about the preservation of Dartmoor's ponies?
A. It lacks people's volvt.
B. It costs a large ount of money
C. It will affect tourism Dartmoor.
D. It has caused ce of species
Just consider sometg as sple as sleep. Its position prests its own ges. The question is whether you t your arms side or outside the sleepg bag. If you leave your arms out, they float free zero gravity, oft givg a sleepg astronaut the look of a funny ballet(芭蕾) cer. "I'm side guy," Mike Hops says, who returned from a sixonth tour on the ternational Space Station. "I like to be wrapped up."
On the station, the orary becomes strge. The exercise bike for the er astronauts has no dlebars. It also has no seat. With no gravity, it's just as easy to
Hilversum is a medium-sized city bet the major cities of ster d Utrecht the Gooi area of North Hod, the Netherds. Unlike most of the Netherds,Hilversum is actually a hilly area with the soil mostly consistg of sd,Once called the Gar of ster,it still attracts travelers to come over to cycle d walk through the surroung forests. They visit it for
a relaxg day off from the ur ess.For Dutch people, Hilversum is all about textile
（纺织） d media dustries,d modern architecture.
history, Hilversum was largely agricultural area.Daily life was marked by farg, sheep raisg d wool production.A railway k to ster 1874 attracted rich tradersfrom ster to Hilversum.They built tselves large villas(别墅) the wooded surroungs of the town.One of the ilies movg was the Brneijers,currtly the wealthiest ily of the Netherds.They moved after big success the textile dustry d aided a substtial textile dustry Netherds.But the textile boom lasted only several decades.The last factory closed the 1960s.
The ge to a media economy started 1920, the Nederdse Stoest Fabriek(NSF) Established a radio factory Hilversuost radio stations settled the large villas the leafy areas of the town.Televison
Sce has a lot of uses. It uncover laws of nature, cure diseseases, make bombs, d help bridges to std up. deed sce is so good at what it does that there's always a tptation(诱惑) to drag it to pros where it may not be helpful. David Brooks, author of The Social al: The Sources of Love, Character,d Achievt, appears to be the latest a long e of writers who have failed to resist the tptation.
Brooks ed e for several books. His latest book The Social al, however, is more bitious d serious t his earlier books. It is attpt to deal with a set of weighty topics. The book focuses on big questions: What has sce revealed about hu nature? What are the sources of character? d why are some people happy d successful while others ar't?
To swer these questions, Brooks surveys a wide rge of discipes（学科）. Considerg this, you might expect the book to be a dry recitation of facts. But Brooks has structured his book unorthodox(非常规的), d perhaps unfortunate, way. stead of trodug stific theories, he tells a story, wit which he tries to make his pots, perhaps order to keep the reader's atttion.So as Harold d Erica, the hero d heroe his story, live through childhood, we hear about the sce of child developt d as they to date we hear about the theory of sexual attraction. Brooks carries this through to the death of one of his characters.
On the whole,Brooks's story is acceptalbe if unspired. As one would expect, his writg is mostly clear d, to be fair, some chapters std out above the rest. I joyed, for stce, the chapter which Harold discovers how to tk on his own. While Harold d Erica are certly not strong or orable characters, the more serious pros with The Social al lie eslewhere. These pros partly volve Brooks's attpt to trslate his tale to sce.
67. The author tions the functions of sce at the ng of the passage to__________.
A. illustrate where sce be applied
B. onstrate the value of Brooks's new book
C. rd the reader of the portce of sce
D. exp why y writers use sce their works
68. Accorg to the author, which of the follog could be a strgth of the book?
A. Its strong basis.
B. Its convg pots.
C. Its clear writg.
D. Its orable characters.
69. What is the author's eral attitude towards the book?
C . Cautious.
70. What is the author likely to write about after the last paragraph?
A. Pros with the book.
B. Brooks's life experce.
C. Death of the characters.
D. Brooks's trslation skills.
例：______ was that the young player performed extrely well the table tnis
答案：What delighted the s/made the s delighted
71. If she had aware that the muchroom were poisonous,she ___t for ner.(pick)
72. ___the beef g cooked on the stove,the mother pictured the whole ily havg meals together.(look)
73. The director,___a dorm-room the y, has already make four s.(share)
74. to the complete sce of the waitg class____, "Good morng,childr."(come)
75.____will not make y differce to our arrts.(say)
76.We must act as quickly as possible now. Just tell us ___the task or not.(undertake).
77. The professor was delighted to d that two thirds of the project ___by the stuts deptly.(ish)
78.____that they found the long lost sword of the g Dynasty .(be)
79._____to only a few people here,his reputation abroad is very great.(ow).
y bad habits be especially difficult to cure because they are likely ___at a very young age.(from).
Questiong is a brdge to learng. you to doubt sometg d search for swer,you will learn.
1. B 2. A 3. B 4. C 5. C 6. B 7. B 8. A 9. A 10. C
11. C 12. A 13. A 14. C 15. A 16. B 17. A 18. C 19. C 20. A
21. A 22. C 23. D 24. B 25. C 26. D 27. B 28. C 29. A 30. A
31. D 32. B 33. A 34. D 35. B 36. D 37. B 38. A 39. C 40. B
41. C 42. D 43. C 44. A 45. C 46. A 47. B 48. A 49. C 50. C
A篇：51. C 52. B 53. D 54. B B篇：55. C 56. B 57. A 58. D
C篇：59. D 60. B 61. A 62. C D篇：63. A 64. C 65. D 66. B
E篇：67. D 68. C 69. D 70. A
71. would not have picked
72. Loog at
/While (she was) loog at
73. with whom Jack shared/who shared with Jack
74. e the teacher's sweet voice
75. Whatever she says
76. whether/if you undertake
77. had (already) ished
78. It was this lake
79. Although/Though he is own
80. to have formed
三、One Possible Version
Questiong lead to searg for swer. If we are the habit of raisg doubts as to whether what we are told is true, we d the correct swer d learn more.
Two years ago, our teacher offered us swer to a difficult math pro class. Although the swer sed a little strge, nobody but I doubted it. Tg that his solution might be wrong, I carefully alyzed the pro d tried to work it out a differt way. Half hour later, I aged to d the correct swer. I showed my swer to , the teacher praised me for my dept tg.
From this experce I have learnt that questiong serve as a bridge that helps us to seek the truth.