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Thismountainrangehasmanyhigh_____andfertilevalleys.

A、peaks
B、hills
C、phase
D、pink
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PartIIVocabularyandStructure

Directions:Inthisparttherearefortyincompletesentences.Eachsentenceisfollowedbyfourchoices.ChoosetheonethatbestcompletesthesentenceandthenmarkyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

21.thedifficultiesassociatedwiththeproject,we’llgoonwithit.

A.GivenB.InspiteofC.ThanktoD.Becauseof

22.Itwasalmostdarkinthestreetsafewverypowerfulspotlights.

A.excludingB.butforC.exceptD.exceptfor

23.today,hewouldgettherebyFriday.

A.WouldheleaveB.Ifheleaves

C.WasheleavingD.Werehetoleave

24.Hegavemesomeveryadviceonbuyingahouse.

A.preciousB.expensiveC.wealthyD.dear

25.Hisgoalisnottobecomeasportsman,achampioninacertainfield.

A.butratherbecameB.butrathertobecome

C.butratherbecomingD.butrathertobecoming

26.Ijustmetheronthewayhomefromthebookstore.

A.onpurposeB.byaccidentC.inaccidentD.incase

27.Idon’tknowabouthim,commentonhimbehindhisback.

A.letaloneB.letgoC.leavealoneD.takeleave

28.Mytransistorradioisoutoforder.It.

A.needtoberepairedB.needrepairing

C.needsrepairingD.needstorepair

29.Noonecouldtellusanythingaboutthestranger.

A.consciousB.mysteriousC.seriousD.previous

30.Maryallfoolishcommentsandkeptonworking.

A.excludedB.ignoredC.deniedD.discharged

31.Iagreewithhim,butnotentirely.

A.untilacertainpointB.tosomepoint

C.tosomeextentD.untilacertainextent

32.Peopleinsomepartsoftheworldoftentaketheirwaterfor.theyuseasmuchwaterastheywish.

A.grantedB.sureC.certainD.pleasure

33.Color-blindpeopleoftenfinditdifficulttobetweenblueandgreen.

A.separateB.compareC.contrastD.distinguish

34.Thousandsofpeopleonthecitytowelcomethevisitingguests.

A.turnedoffB.turnedupC.turnedoutD.turnedover

35.Themountainplaceisbeautiful,buttheworkingconditions,it’sterrible.

A.whenmentionedB.whenitcomesto

C.whenitissaidD.whenitdiesto

36.Areyouspendingmoremoneyonthespaceprogram?

A.infavorofB.byfavorofC.infavortoD.outoffavor

37.Intheofmyparents,standardsofeducationinthepublicschoolareactuallyfalling.

A.ideaB.thoughtC.opinionD.principle

38.fromspace,ourearth,withwatercovering70%ofitssurface,appearsasa“blueplanet”.

A.SeeingB.TobeseenC.SeenD.havingseen

39.Thisyear’stotaloutputvalueofindustryandagriculturewillincrease5percentoverlastyears.

A.byB.toC.ofD.with

40.Maryisthetopstudentintheclass.Shestudiesharder.

A.thananystudentB.thanallthestudents

C.thananyotherstudentD.thansomeotherstudent

41.Manypeoplehaveappliedfortheposition.

A.emptyB.bareC.vacantD.blank

42.Mynewshoescostme50yuan(RMB).ThepricewasthatthelastpairIboughtamonthago.

A.twotimemorethanB.twiceasmuchas

C.astwiceD.asmuchastwice

43.Almosteveryonefailedonthefirstday.

A.passhisdriver’stestB.tohavepassedhisdriver’stest

C.topasshisdriver’stestD.passinghisdriver’stest

44.Overthetraditionalfestivalpeoplevisiteachotherandgreetings.

A.exchangeB.wishC.congratulateD.present

45.Itwasbecausehewastiredoutthathefellasleepstandingup.

A.publiclyB.openlyC.speciallyD.obviously

46.Theyoungmanwasaccusedoftheladyofhermoney.

A.stealingB.robbingC.takingD.grasping

47.NomatterwhereourPartyneedsus,wewillhercall.

A.giveanswerforB.respondto

C.haveresponsetoD.answerto

48.Itisastonishingthatapersonofyourintelligencebecheatedsoeasily.

A.couldB.shouldC.mightD.would

49.Wewerecompletelywhenwefinallyreachedthedestination.

A.wornoffB.worndownC.wornoutD.wornaway

50.Manythingsimpossibleinthepastarecommontoday.

A.consideredB.toconsiderC.consideringD.tobeconsidered

51.Notuntilmanyyearslaterknown.

A.wasthewholetruthbecomeB.didthewholetruthbecome

C.thewholetruthbecameD.thewholetruthhadbecame

52.Wedidn’tknowhistelephonenumber,otherwisewehim.

A.wouldtelephoneB.wouldhavetelephoned

C.hadtelephonedD.musthavetelephoned

53.Thereisnopointwithhim,sincehehasalreadymadeuphismind.

A.argueB.toargueC.inarguingD.ofarguing

54.Iappreciatethatletterforme.

A.youtowriteB.yourwritingC.youwriteD.thatyouwriting

55.I’dliketoaspecialseatfortheconnectofMay5.

A.serveB.reserveC.preserveD.conserve

56.thatsoniswellagain,younolongerhaveanythingtoworryabout.

A.SinceB.NowC.WhenD.After

57.Generallyspeaking,allkindsofmaterialswillexpandwhenheatedbutwillwhencooled.

A.contrastB.contractC.surviveD.return

58.Youwon’tknowifitfitsyouuntilyouiton.

A.willtryB.aretryingC.aretotryD.havetried

59.Afteralleffortsinvain,hehadtoaccepttheresult.

A.regularlyB.shallowlyC.physicallyD.painfully

60.Therestofhislifeistothecauseofinternationalexchangesofvisitingscholars.

A.addedB.putC.savedD.committed

Peoplewithdisabilitiescomprisealargepartofthepopulation.Itisestimatedthatover35millionAmericanshavephysical,mental,orotherdisabilities.Abouthalfofthesedisabilitiesare“developmental”,i.e.,theyoccurpriortotheindividual’stwenty-secondbirthday,oftenformgeneticconditions,andaresevereenoughtoeffectthreeormoreareasofdevelopment,suchasmobility,communication,employment,etc.Mostotherdisabilitiesareconsidered“adventitious”,i.e.,accidentalorcausedbyoutsideforces.

Priortothe20thcentury,onlyasmallpercentageofpeoplewithdisabilitiessurvivedforlong.Medicaltreatmentforthesedisabilitieswasunavailable.Advancementsinmedicineandsocialserviceshavecreatedaclimateinwhichpeoplewithdisabilitiescanexperttohavesuchbasicneedsasfood,shelter,andmedicaltreatment.Unfortunately,thesebasicareoftennotavailable.Civillibertiessuchastherighttovote,marry,getaneducation,andagainemploymenthavehistoricallybeendeniedonthebasicofdisability.

Inrecentdecades,thedisabilityrightsmovementhasbeenorganizedtoflightagainsttheseinfringements(侵害)ofcivilrights.Congressrespondedbypassingmajorlegislationrecognizingpeoplewithdisabilitiesasprotectedclassundercivilrightsstatutes.

Stilltoday,peoplewithdisabilitiesmustfighttolivetheirlivesindependently.ItisestimatedthatmorethanhalfofqualifiedAmericanswithdisabilitiesareunemployed,andamajorityofthosewhodoworkareunderemployed.Abouttwo-thirdsliveatorbelowtheofficialpovertylevel.

Significantbarriers,especiallyintransportationandpublicawareness,preventdisabledpeoplefromtakingpartinsociety.Forexample,whilenolongerprohibitedbylawfrommarrying,apersonwithnoaccesstotransportationiseffectivelyexcludedfromcommunityandsocialactivitieswhichmightleadtothedevelopmentoflong-termrelationships.

Itwillonlybewhenpublicattitudesadvanceasfaraslawsarethatdisabledpeoplewillbefullyabletotaketotheirrightplaceinsociety.

16.”developmental”disability.

A.developsveryslowlyovertimeB.iscausedforces

C.occursinyouthandaffectsdevelopmentD.isgettingmoreandmoresevere

17.Mostdisabledpeopleusedtodieearlybecause.

A.disabilitiesdestroyedmajorbodilyfunctionsB.theywerenotverywelllookedafter

C.medicaltechniqueswerenotavailableD.theyweretoopoortogetpropertreatment

18.Intheauthor’sopinion,toenablethedisabledpeopletotaketheirrightfulplaceinsociety,.

A.morelawsshouldbepassedB.publicattitudesshouldbechanged

C.governmentshouldprovidemoreaidsD.morepublicfacilitiesshouldbeactup

19.Whichofthefollowingcannotbeinferredfromthepassage?

A.Manydisabledpeoplemayremainsinglefortheirwholelife.

B.Thepublictendstolookdownuponthedisabledpeople.

C.Thedisabledpeoplefeelinferiortothosesurroundingthem.

D.Discriminatory(有差别的)lawspreventthedisabledfrommixingwithothers.

20.Thebesttitleforthispassagemightbe.

A.HandicapsofPeoplewithDisabilitiesB.TheDifficultiesoftheDisabled

C.TheCausesforDisabilitiesD.MedicalTreatmentsforDisabilities

PartIIVocabularyandStructure(共40小题,每小题1分,共40分)

Directions:Inthisparttherearefortyincompletesentences.Eachsentenceisfollowedbyfourchoices.ChoosetheonethatbestcompletesthesentenceandthenmarkyouranswerontheAnswerSheet.

21.It’sstillearlyinthemorning.Thereisn’tintheoffice.

A.anyoneB.everyoneC.nobodyD.anypeople

22.isnotknownwhattheydiscussedinthemeeting.

A.ThatB.HeC.ThisD.It

23.Yhesadnewsbrokeherandshehasbeengloomyeversince.

A.feelingsB.emotionsC.mindD.heart

24.Heismuchofagentlemantofight.

A.soB.asC.veryD.too

25.Notuntilthistermtorealizehowimportantthissubjectistohisfuturecareerasadiplomat.

A.hebeganB.hahasbegunC.didhebeginD.thathahasbegun

26.whowouldliketogoonthetripshouldputtheirnamesonthelist.

A.ThoseB.TheseC.SomebodyD.Theones

27.Abottleweighslessafterairistakenout,provesthatairhasweight.

A.weB.itC.whichD.what

28.Howlong?

A.yousupposediditlastB.doyousupposeitlasted

C.didyousupposeitlastD.yousupposeitlasted

29.Smmithhadsometroubletheman’saccent.

A.tounderstandB.understandingC.forunderstandingD.withunderstanding

30.Thenextfewdayscouldbeforthepeacenegotiation.

A.maximumB.practicalC.criticalD.urgent

31.Hequitealotwhenhewasyoung.

A.usedtotravelB.usedtotravelingC.wasusedtotravelD.wouldusedtotravel

32.Youmeyourtelephonenumberincasesomeonewantstocontactyou.

A.hadbettergiveB.hadbettergivenC.hadbettertogiveD.hadbettergave

33.MaryusedtotheroomwithLinda.

A.separateB.divideC.holdD.share

34.—Mustwehandinourexercise-booksnow?

—No,you.

A.mustn’tB.don’tC.needn’tD.can’t

35.Shepulledawayfromthewindowanyoneshouldseethem.

A.lestB.eventhoughC.unlessD.onlyif

36.Notahasbeenfoundsofarthatcanhelpthepolicefindthecriminal.

A.factB.clueC.symbolD.sign

37.Shewouldmakeateacherfarsuperiortheaverage.

A.overB.thanC.beyondD.to

38.Radioisdifferentfromtelevisioninitsendsandreceivespictures.

A.whichB.thatC.whatD.this

39.Tomandjackhavereturnedbutstudentsofthegrouphaven’tcomebackyet.

A.otherB.theothersC.othersD.another

40.Ithalfayearsincewetostudyinthisuniversity.

A.is;comeB.is;havecome

C.hasbeen;cameD.hasbeen;havecome

41.Thefactthatsomethingischeapdoesn’tmeanitisoflowquality.

A.necessarilyB.especiallyC.essentiallyD.practically

42.Theysetoffbycarandthenearesttown.

A.madeforB.madeafterC.madeoutD.madeto

43.Takethisbaggageandyoucanfindenoughroom.

A.putitwhichB.putitinwhich

C.putitatwhereD.putitwherever

44.Hedoesn’twantthathe’sgoingaway.

A..tobeknownB.himtobeknown

C.thattobeknownD.ittobeknown

45.Thenoisearoundwasterrible,butIhadtoit.

A.keepawayfromB.keepupwithC.livewithD.liveon

46.Hethathisguestswerebored,althoughtheywerelisteningpolitely.

A.impressedB.sensedC.inferredD.identified

47.OnSundaysIpreferathometoout.

A.tosay;goB.stay;goingC.staying;goingD.staying;go

48.I’dliketowritetohim,butwhat’sthe?Heneverwritesback.

A.significanceB.businessC.pointD.purpose

49.Therewereopinionsastothebestlocationforthenewschool.

A.disagreeingB.conflictingC.rejectingD.reverting

50.bythenewsofhisfather’sdeath,hecouldhardlyutteraword.

A.TobestunnedB.StunnedC.TostunD.Stunning

51.,we’dbettermakesomechangesintheplan.

A.ThatisthecaseB.Thatbeenthecase

C.ThattobethecaseD.Thatbeingthecase

52.Theyhaveequippedtheofficewiththebusinessmachines.

A.lastB.latterC.latestD.later

53.ThepolicefoundthatGeorgehadstillanotherofincome.

A.originB.sourceC.basisD.means

54.Anopen-mindedteacherdoesn’talwaysonesingleteachingmethod.

A.setasideB.takeoverC.takeonD.stickto

55.Muchtothestudent’s,theexamwaspostponed.

A.burdenB.concernC.reliefD.requirement

56.Childrennormallyfeelalotofabouttheirfirstdayatschool.

A.anxietyB.differenceC.feelingsD.trouble

57.Theweatherwashotthatshedecidedtohavethebarberherhairstyle.

A.rather;tochangeB.so;change

C.muchtoo;changeD.too;changed

58.Shemeetherformerinstructoronthebus.

A.delightedtoB.happenedtoC.pleasedtoD.tendedto

59.Justasnotwowordsaretrulysynonymousnotwodifferentexpressionscanmeanexactlythesamething.

A.ratherB.alsoC.yetD.so

60.Thenewengineer’ssuggestionswereintherevisedplan.

A.entitledB.engagedC.embodiedD.estimated

Passage3

Questions11to15arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

TheideaofaspecialdaytohonormotherswasfirstputforwardinAmericain1907.twoyearslaterawoman,Mrs.JohnBruceDodd,inthestateofWashingtonproposedasimilardaytohonortheheadofthefamily—thefather.Hermotherdiedwhenshewasveryyoung,andherfatherbroughtherup.Shelovedherfatherverymuch.

InresponsetoMrs.Dodd’sideathatsameyear—1909,thestategovernorofWashingtonproclaimed(宣布)thethirdSundayinJuneFather’sDay.TheideawasofficiallyapprovedbyPresidentWoodrowWilsonin1916.in1924,PresidentCalvinCoolidgerecommendednationalobservanceoftheoccasion“toestablishmoreintimate(亲密)relationsbetweenfathersandtheirchildren,andtoimpressuponfathersthefullmeasureoftheirobligations.”TheredorwhiteroseisrecognizedastheofficialFather’sDayflower.

Father’sDaytooklongertoestablishonanationalscalethanMother’sDay,butastheideagrainedpopularity,tradesmenandmanufacturersbegantoseethecommercialpossibilities.Theyencouragedsonsanddaughterstohonortheirfatherswithsmallthank-youpresents,suchasatieorpairofsocks,aswellasbysendinggreetingcards.

DuringtheSecondWorldWar,AmericanservicemenstationedinBritainbegantorequestFather’sDaygreetingcardstosendhome.ThisgeneratedaresponsewithBritishcardpublishers.ThoughatfirsttheBritishpublicwasslowtoacceptthisratherartificialday,it’snowwellcelebratedinBritainonthethirdSundayinJuneinmuchthesamewayasinAmerica.

Father’sDayseemstobemuchlessimportantasoccasionthantheMother’sDay.Notmanyofthechildrenoffertheirfatherssomepresents.ButtheAmericanfathersstillthinktheyaremuchbetterfatedthanthefathersofmanyothercountries,whohavenotevenadayfortheirsakeinnameonly.

11.WhendidFather’sDayofficiallybegintohavenationalpopularity?

A.1907B.1909C.1916D.1924

12.WhofirststartedtheideaofholdingtheFather’sDay?

A.Mrs.JohnBruceDoddB.Mrs.JohnBruce’sMother

C.ThegovernmentofWashington.D.Somebusinessmen.

13.WhatflowerwillbepopularonFather’sDay?

A.LilyB.WaterLilyC.RedroseorwhiteroseD.Sunflower.

14.Whichstatementistrue,aaccordingtothispassage?

A.IttookevenlongerforMother’sDaytogainnationalpopularity.

B.ThebusinessmenhelpedtomakeFather’sDaypopular.

C.Father’sDayisonlycelebratedinAmerica.

D.Father’sDayisonlyatrickofthebusinessmentomakemoney.

15.WhatwasthefirstreactionoftheBritishpublishingtowardsFather’sDay?

A.Theythoughthighlyofitandaccepteditatonce.

B.Theyjustaccepteditatoncewithoutanyhesitation.

C.Theyjustthoughtitajoke.

D.Theythoughtitwastooartificialandtookalongtimetoaccept.

Thatisa____pointofview.Idon’tagreewithyou

PartIReadingComprehension

Passage1

Questions1to5arebasedonthefollowingpassage:

InWashingtonD.C.,1600PennsylvaniaAvenueisaveryspecialaddress.ItistheaddressoftheWhiteHouse,thehomeofthepresidentoftheUnitedStates.

OriginallytheWhiteHousewasgrayandwascalledthePresidentialPalace.Itwasbuiltfrom1792to1800.atthistime,thecityofWashingtonitselfwasbeingbuilt;itwastobethenation’snewcapitalcity.GeorgeWashington,thefirstpresident,andPierreCharlesL’Enfant,aFrenchengineer,chosetheplaceforthenewcity.L’Enfantthenplannedtheycity.Thepresident’shomewasanimportantpartoftheplan.

Acontestwasheldtopickadesignforthepresident’shome.AnarchitectnamedJamesHobanwon.Hedesignedalargethree-storyhouseofgraystone.

PresidentWashingtonneverlivedinthePresidentPalace.ThefirstpresidenttolivetherewasJohnAdams,thesecondpresidentoftheUnitedStates,andhiswifeMrs.Adamsdidnotreallylikehewnewhouse.Inherletters,sheoftencomplainedaboutthecold.Fiftyfireplaceswerenotenoughtokeepthehousewarm!

In1812theUnitedStatesandBritainwenttowar.In1814theBritishinvadedWashington.Theuburnedmanybuildings,includingthePresidentialPalace.

AfterthewarJamesHoban,theoriginalarchitect,partiallyrebuiltthepresident’shomes.Tocoverthemarksofthefire,thebuildingwaspaintedwhite.BeforelongitbecameknownastheWhiteHouse.

TheWhiteHouseisoneofthemostpopulartouristattractionsintheUnitedStates.Everyyearmorethan1.5millionvisitorsgothroughthefiveroomsthatareopentothepublic.

1.TheWhiteHousewasbuiltinWashington.

A.becauseaFrenchengineerwasinvitedtodesignit

B.becausePresidentGeorgeWashingtonlikedtoliveinit

C.becausetheBritishinvaderslivedinitin1812-1814

D.becauseitwastobethenation’scapitalcity

2.ThePresidentialPalacewas.

A.paintedgrayandwhiteB.madeofgraystone

C.madeofwhitestoneD.madeverywarminwinter

3.Thepresident’shomeandthecityofWashingtonwere.

A.builtbytheAmericanarmyB.builtbytheBritishtroops

C.plannedbyGeorgeWashingtonD.plannedbytheFrench

4.Theoriginalhomeofthepresidentneededtoberebuilt.

A.becauseJohnAdam’swifedidnotlikeit

B.becauseitwascoldinwinterevenwith50fireplaces

C.becauseithadburneddownduringthewar

D.becauseGeorgeWashingtonwasnotwillingtoliveinit

5.Thenewpresidentialhomewaspaintedwhiteto.

A.coverthemarksoffireB.attracttouristfromFrance

C.topleaseMrs.JohnAdamsD.keepitwarminwinter

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