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1. --- You seem to have lost your way._________ ?

  --- Im looking for Nanjing Road.

A. What for       B. Need help      C. Why so        D. Anything else

2. ---Excuse me, would you please give_________ magazine to Mary?

  --- Sorry, but I dont think there is_________ Mary in my class.

A. a; / B. the; / C. the; a D. a; a

3. With this equipment, you can _________underwater beauty and a new world of adventure!

A. experiment    B. explore        C. expose      D. expand

4. The Frenchman pointed to the spoon and asked me _________ to call that in Chinese.

A. whether    B. how    C. which    D. what

5. The village seemed deserted, the only sign of life _________some trees waving in the howling wind.

A. were B. being C. was D. to be

6. The brake of your bicycle has come loose. Youd better_________ it.

A. settle                 B. fix             C. pick             D. correct

7. Only ticket-holders were _________ to the stadium for the concert given by Jay Chou, so many of his fans were turned away.

A. allowed B. permitted C. agreed D. admitted

8. I had wanted to help you last night but I couldnt spare any time, for I _________ a composition which I have to hand in this morning.

A. wrote B. was writing C. had written D. have written

9. How long will it be _________ the computer company puts forward a new product?

A. before B. when C. after D. that

10.Traditionally, Chinese people _________ the Chinese characters Double Happiness and stick

them onto walls or doors for weddings.

A. cut out B. cut off C. cut up D. cut down

11. David said that it was because of his strong interest in literature_________ he chose the course.

  A. that        B. what        C. why        D. how

12. All of the things there are inexpensive, with prices _________ from about $1 to $10.

   A. changing      B. ranging       C. distinguishing      D. differing

13. --- Ive studied watching birds as one of my interests. Could I make some suggestions?

---_________ .

A. You will make it B. It doesnt matter C. Go right ahead D. Take it easy

14. He is a strict but kind teacher, _________ my son loves and respects.

A. one B. he C. the one who D. he who

15. After chatting on QQ a long time, Mary looked up just_________ that it was 11:00 pm, long past her usual bedtime.

   A. seeing B. saw C. to see D. seen

16. Ive visited a lot of different places and stayed in lots of different hotels, but none of them

   _________this one.

A. makes        B. beats         C. compares D. matches

17. Most museums are just for looking. But today some of them have things for you to touch.

The _________ say, _________ !

A. signsDo touch                          B. noticesTo touch

C. signalsBe touching                  D. signsNo touching

18. Never lose heart_________ difficulty you may meet with in your life.

A. what            B. whatever          C. how              D. however

19. --Jenny took the 8:00 bus to Guangzhou this morning.

--Really? He _________ the 9:00 train. Its much more comfortable and safer to travel by train.

A. could have taken B. should take   

C. must have taken D. can take

20. Jennifer is always absent from school, __________ I suppose is why she is criticized now and then.

A. which B. who           C. that D. what



Have you heard of the story of spilt milk? Well, we all know it is no use crying over spilt milk. But this story is   21  .

A famous scientist had   22   several very important medical discoveries. He was asked in an interview  23   set him so far apart from others.

   He responded that it all came from an   24    with his mother that occurred when he was about two years old. He had been trying to  25   a bottle of milk from the refrigerator when he   

26    hold of the slippery bottle and it fell, spilling its contents all over the kitchen floor ---  27 milk!

When his mother came, instead of yelling at him or giving him a   28  , she said, You know, Robert, whenever you make a mess like this, you  29  to clean it up and restore  30   to its proper order. We could use a sponge (), a towel,   31   a mop (ϰ). Which do you prefer? He chose the sponge and together they cleaned up the spilt milk.

His mother then said, Robert, what we will do is an experiment in how to   32   carry a big milk bottle with two   33   hands. Now, lets try and  34   if you can discover a way to carry it without dropping it. The little boy   35   if he grasped the bottle at the neck with both hands, he could make   36  . What a wonderful   37  !

This scientist then remarked it was at that moment that he knew he didnt   38   to be afraid to make mistakes.   39  , he knew that mistakes were just opportunities for learning something new, which is,   40   , what scientific experiments are all about.  

21. A. interesting B. different      C. strange        D. simple

22. A. explained      B. got          C. made          D. understood

23. A. what        B. how   C. who   D. why

24. A. accident      B. experience       C. interview          D. experiment

25. A. remove        B. heat             C. empty           D. open

26. A. took         B. caught           C. got           D. lost

27. A. a pile of B. a bottle of    C. a sea of D. a drop of

28. A. lecture         B. smile       C. gift    D. task

29. A. pretend       B. hate       C. have         D. regret

30. A. nothing       B. something       C. everything     D. anything

31. A. and           B. or      C. besides          D. including

32. A. effectively     B. perfectly       C. carefully    D. quickly

33. A. busy          B. big             C. tiny            D. ordinary

34. A. wonder    B. see             C. discuss         D. ask

35. A. learned        B. answered        C. showed          D. admitted

36. A. one        B. this    C. it    D. that

37. A. sight          B. question         C. mother          D. lesson

38. A. mean         B. need            C. dare            D. like

39. A. Instead        B. However        C. Therefore      D. Otherwise

40. A. in all  B. after all    C. at all         D. above all




Its impossible to determine how many people would have lost their lives without the contribution of African-American inventor Dr Charles Drew.

Charles Drew was born on June 3, 1904, in Washington, DC. His early interest was in education, but he was also an outstanding athlete. While in college, he was awarded as the man who contributed the most to sports during his four years in school. Drews sister Elsie suffered from tuberculosis(ν) and died in 1920. Her death influenced his decision to study medicine.

After becoming a doctor and working as a college instructor, Drew went to Columbia University, where he earned his Doctor of Medical Science degree. During this time he became involved in research on blood and blood transfusions (Ѫ).

At Columbia, he wrote a paper on banked blood, in which he described a technique he developed for the long-term preservation of blood plasma (Ѫ). Before his discovery, blood could not be stored for more than two days because of the rapid breakdown of red blood cells. Drew had discovered that by separating the plasma from the whole blood and then refrigerating (䶳) them separately, they could be combined a week later for a blood transfusion. Drew became the first African American to receive a PhD in medical science.

After World War II broke out, Drew was called upon to put his techniques into practice. He was named a project director for the American Red Cross but soon quit his post after the government issued an order that blood taken from white donors (Ѫ) should be separated from that of black donors.

On April 1, 1950, after he attended the annual free clinic at the John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital, he and other three physicians decided to drive back home. As he was tired from spending the night before in the operating room, he lost control of his car. Drew was badly injured and was taken to Alamance General Hospital in Burlington, North Carolina. He was pronounced dead half an hour after he first received medical attention. Drews funeral was held on April 5, 1950, at the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church in Washington, DC.

But contrary to popular thought, he was not refused a blood transfusion by an all-white hospital. He indeed received a transfusion but was beyond the help of the doctors attending to him. As Dr. John Ford, one of the doctors who survived the accident, later explained, We all received the very best of care. The fact that he was a Black did not in any way limit the care that was given to him. Over the years, Drew has been considered one of the most honored figures in the medical field.

41. According to the passage,         might have contributed to the invention of blood banks.

A. the combination of blood cells

B. the rapid breakdown of red blood cells

C. the development of refrigerating technique

D. the technique of separating plasma from the whole blood

42. By saying contrary to the popular thought in the last paragraph, the writer        .

A. cant understand the doctors decision

B. indicates his concern about the popular thought

C. feels disappointed with the all-white hospital

D. means what the doctors did was out of expectation

43. We can learn from the passage that Dr Charles Drew is best remembered by people as        .

A. an outstanding athlete B. a college instructor 

C. a medical researcher D. a project director  

44. What conclusion can we draw from the passage?

A. Charles Drew died in a medical accident.

B. African Americans were still treated unfairly in the 1940s.

C. Charles Drew was the first African American to receive a PhD.

D. Physicians refused to give Charles Drew medical attention because he was a black.

45.In which section of a magazine can we most probably find the passage?

A. People        B. Health            C. Culture D. Entertainment


Sagrada Familia ( 2,056,448 visits/year)

Opening hours: 09:0018:00 (OctoberMarch); 09:0020:00 (AprilSeptember)

Admission: $ 11, or $ 10 with the Barcelona Card.

Disabled Access: Yes.

The temple have been under construction since 1882 and theyve still got another 30 to 80 years to go before it will be finished. The projects vast scale and its special design have made it one of Barcelonas top tourist attractions for many years.

La Pedrera (1,133,220 visits/year)

Opening hours: NovemberFebruary: 09:0018:30; MarchOctober: 09:0020:00

Admission: $ 9.50. Save 20% with the Barcelona Card.

Disabled Access: No.

This building used to be called Casa Mila but nowadays its more commonly known as La Pedrera. It is a unique modernist building in Barcelona and was made of bricks and had colorful tiles (). It was built between 1906 and 1912 by famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi (18521926) and in 1984 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site with other Gaudi buildings in Barcelona. Visitors to La Pedrera can see the amazing 800 square meters attic with 270 brick arches that give you a feeling that you are walking inside the skeleton (Ǽ) of a whale. The roof is equally impressive and is preserved exactly the way that it was built in 1912 with six staircases and seven chimneys each made in a unique style.

Barcelona FC Museum (1,032,763 visits/year) 

Opening hours: 6th April4th October: (Monday to Saturday) 10:0020:00; the rest of the year: 10:0018:30

Admission: $ 8.50 for entry to the museum and $ 17 for a guided tour.

Disabled Access: Yes.

   When you buy your ticket you have two options. You can buy a ticket for the museum to see the football stadium or you can buy a dual (˫) ticket for $ 15 where you get to see the museum and the scenes at the club.

Miro Museum (518,869 visits/year)

Opening hours: Check the web site for details as they vary depending on the time of the year.

Admission: $ 8. Save 20% with the Barcelona Card.

Disabled Access: Yes.

This museum has a wide range of Miros work dating back as far as 1914. This artwork collection not only includes his paintings but also a good selection of sculptures ().

LAquarium de Barcelona (1,375,271 visits/year)

Opening hours: 09:0019:00 (OctoberMarch); 09:0020:00 (AprilSeptember)

Admission: $ 7. Save 10 % on the entrance fee to the aquarium with the Barcelona Card.

Barcelona Aquarium is a popular Barcelona attraction to take the kids and young ones. I have to admit I love the aquarium.

Picasso Museum (887,958 visits/year)

Opening hours: Check the website for details as they vary depending on the time of the year.

Admission: $ 9 for main exhibitionextra for special showings. Save 50% with the Barcelona Card.

Disabled Access: Yes. The museum has arranged Picassos paintings in chronological order from his early days to his final works. Arranging the paintings in this way gives you a fascinating insight into the development of Picasso thinking over time and shows how he developed the distinctive designs that he is famous for today. Very popular art gallery.

46. Which of the following attractions is the most popular with people?

A. Sagrada Familia B. La Pedrera C. Barcelona FC Museum  D. Picasso Museum

47. What do we know about the tourist attractions mentioned in the above passage?

A. Sagrada Familia is the largest building in Barcelona.

B. La Pedrera is well-known for its colorful material.

C. Barcelona FC Museum may attract football fans.

D. Miro Museum was built in 1914.

48. If you visit the stadium and the club with a tour guide in Barcelona FC Museum, you should pay ________.

A. $ 25.5 B. $ 32 C. $ 42.5   D. $ 34

49. What do the attractions have in common?

A. They are all famous for their architectural style.

B. They are available for the disabled people.

C. Their opening hours are changeable in different seasons.

D. Tourists can have a discount of 20% with the Barcelona Card.


Magic is believed to have begun with the Egyptians, in 1700 BC. A magician named Dedi of Dedsnefu was reported to have performed for the pharaoh, or the king. He was also known to have entertained the slaves who built the pyramids. The Cups and Balls trick which he was particularly

good at is still performed by magicians all over the world today.

The ancient Greeks and Romans were also fascinated by the idea of magic. Actually, one of their main interests was the art of deception. This explains why at that time the priests even built magic devices into their temples. These devices made it possible for doors to open by themselves and wine to flow magically out of statues mouths. This was done mainly to convince people that the priests were powerful.

Magic, however, was not well accepted before the 1800s. Magicians were thought of as freaks and were only allowed to perform in a circus. It was in the 19th century that the magician Robert Houdin came along and changed peoples views and attitudes about magic. It was also because of Robert Houdin that many magicians were able to add Dr. or MD to their names. Today magicians try hard to find new ways to show their practiced skills. Magic is now entertainment for families all over the world.

50. What is the best title for the passage?

A. Magical Tricks B. A Great Magician

C. Magic as Entertainment D. The History of Magic

51. In ancient Greece, what did the priests do to show people they had unusual power?

A. They performed magical tricks to entertain people.

B. They made the statues in the temples drink wine as they wished.

C. They treated the people with wine flowing down from statues mouths.

D. They built magic devices in the temples to make doors open by themselves.

52. Which of the following has the closest meaning to the underlined word deception in the second paragraph?

   A. joking B. trick C. trap D. changing

53. What did people think of magic before 1800?

A. Magic should be used only in temples.

B. Magic could only be performed in a circus.

C. Magic was performed by freaks and doctors.

D. Magic was the major daily activity for the pharaohs.

54. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Magic began about 3,700 years ago.

B. Dedi of Dedsnefu performed magic for kings only.

C. Robert Houdin was the first magician to perform magic.

D. The Cups and Balls trick has been performed for about 1,700 years.


About this time every year, I get very nostalgic (ɵ). Walking through my neighborhood on a fall afternoon reminds me of a time not too long ago when sounds of children filled the air, children playing games on a hill, and throwing leaves around in the street below. I was one of those children, carefree and happy. I live on a street that is only one block long. I have lived on the same street for sixteen years. I love my street. One side has six houses on it, and the other has only two houses, with a small hill in the middle and a huge cottonwood tree on one end. When I think of home, I think of my street. Only I see it as it was before. Unfortunately things change. One day, not long ago, I looked around and saw how different everything has become. Life on my street will never be the same because neighbors are quickly grown old, friends are growing up and leaving, and the city is planning to destroy my precious hill and sell the property to contractors.

    It is hard for me to accept that many of my wonderful neighbors are growing old and wont be around much longer. I have fond memories of the couple across the street, who sat together on their porch swing almost every evening, the widowѸnext door who yelled at my brother and me for being too loud, and the crazy old man in a black suit who drove an old car. In contrast to those people, the people I see today are very old neighbors who have seen better days. The man in the black suit says he wants to die, and another neighbor just sold his house and moved into a nursing home. The lady who used to yell at us is too tired to bother any more, and the couple across the street rarely go out to their front porch these days. It is difficult to watch these precious people as they near the end of their lives because at one time I thought they would live forever.

    The comings and goings of the younger generation of my street are now mostly goings as friends and peers move on. Once upon a time, my life and the lives of my peers revolved around home. The boundary of our world was the gutter at the end of the street. We got pleasure from playing night games or from a breathtaking ride on a tricycle. Things are different now, as my friends become adults and move on. Children who rode tricycles now drive cars. The kids who once played with me now have new interests and values as they go their separate ways. Some have gone away to college like me, a few got married, two went into the army, and one went to prison. Watching all these people grow up and go away makes me long for the good old days.

    Perhaps the biggest change on my street is the fact that the city is going to turn my precious hill into several lots for new homes. For sixteen years, the view out of my kitchen window has been a view of that hill. The hill was a fundamental part of my childhood life; it was the hub of social activity for the children of my street. We spent hours there building forts, sledding, and playing tag. The view out of my kitchen window now is very different; it is one of tractors and dump trucks tearing up the hill. When the hill goes, the neighborhood will not be the same. It is a piece of my childhood. It is a visual reminder of being a kid. Without the hill, my street will be just another pea in the pod.

There was a time when my street was my world, and I thought my world would never change. But something happened. People grow up, and people grow old. Places changes, and with the change comes the heartache of knowing I can never go back to the times I loved. In a year or so, I will be gone just like many of my neighbors. I will always look back to my years as a child, but the place I remember will not be the silent street whose peace is interrupted by the sounds of construction. It will be the happy, noisy, somewhat strange, but wonderful street I knew as a child. ks5u

55. The writer calls up the memory of the street        .

A. every year when autumn comes

B. in the afternoon every day

C. every time he walks along his street

D. now that he is an old man

56. The writer finds it hard to accept the fact that        .

A. many of his good neighbors are growing old

B. the lady next door who used to yell at him and his brother is now a widow

C. the life of his neighbors has become very boring

D. the man in his black suit even wanted to end his own life

57. The writer thinks of the past all the more when he sees those who have grown up with him        .

A. continue to consider home to be the center of their lives

B. leave the neighborhood they grew up in

C. still enjoy playing card games in the evenings

D. develop new interests and have new dreams

58. The biggest change on the writers street is        .

A. removing the hill to make way for residential development

B. the building of new homes behind his kitchen window

C. the fact that there are much fewer people around than in the past

D. the change in his childhood friends attitude towards their neighborhood

59. What does the writer mean by saying my street will be another pea in the pod?

A. his street will be very noisy and dirty

B. his street will soon be crowded with people

C. his street will have some new attractions

D. his street will be no different from any other street

60. Which could be a good title for the passage?

A. The Past of My Street will Live Forever

B. Unforgettable People and Things of My Street

C. Memory Street Isnt What It Used to Be

D. The Big Changes of My Street


A. Learn about the Country

B. Learn about the University

C. Be Prepared for Adjustments

D. Know What to Do in an Emergency

E. Ensure You Have All the Documentsļ

F. Develop Good Communication Skills

Studying Abroad

Are you planning to pursue a course from a foreign university? Well, then you certainly come to the right place. These tips for studying abroad will surely make you feel at home in a new city. Just have a look!

61. _____________________________

Before you leave for your destination country, make sure that you are well aware of its culture, customs and traditions. Every country has its own culture, which may be different from yours. Therefore, if you wish to get adjusted to the local way of living in a short time, you must be aware of what the people eat, how they dress up and also what their sensibilities are. Also, you can catch a few of the commonly used words of the local language there. In this way, not only will you be able to make yourself feel at home in the new city, but also will be spared from experiencing a major culture shock.

62. _____________________________

This is perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind before you set off to foreign shores to study. Make note of all the essential papers you would need before and during your stay abroad, especially the passport and the visa. It is recommended that you make copies of both, your passport and visa, in case you might be required to get a new one during the course of your stay there. Also, at least one other member of your family should have a passport made so that you can have somebody by your side if you fall sick or in case of other emergencies. Also, it is a good idea to carry a few copies of your photo, in case you need to use one. Another thing thats necessary is to get a health insurance to cover the expenses of a medical emergency abroad. ks5u

63. ____________________________

When you decide to pursue a course abroad, it is extremely important that you should research well. Dont just follow advertisements and choose one blindly. Instead, talk to people who have completed their studies from that country or who are planning to move to the same country. This way youll get some reliable information.

64. _____________________________ ks5u

Not only will it make it easier for you to face personal interviews but also to interact with the local people and follow students. The more you speak to people, the more youll end up making friends quickly. What a way to drive the blues away!

65. _____________________________

Get the details of the Embassyʹݣ in the city youre moving to, including the phone number and register yourself and your family members with the Embassy. This way youll know whom to reach out to in case you are in trouble in a foreign location.

These tips for studying abroad can go a long way in making your stay a truly memorable one. So, dont let the fear of experiencing a culture shock prevent you from studying for the career of your dreams. Hope the time you spend abroad for studies turns out to be the most memorable time of your life.










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      Climbing is my favorite sport. I am very fond it, especially in later autumn. One day early in the morning, my friends and I took on our sports shoes and start off. After climbing for half a hour, we got to the top of the mountain. There we had a good view mile around. To the northern, a big river crossed the city. There were many ships sail busily. A lot of beautiful trees were there, too. The sun started to go down, for it was time for us to go back. On the way back, we were laughing and talking all the time. We had a good time on that day.

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The person Id like to introduce to you now is Helen Keller, an ordinary but great American woman.ks5u

Every time I read ..if I had the power of sight for three days, I cannot help being moved by her greatness.

I admire Helen because she is optimistic about life. She became deaf and blind when she was 19 months old. Since then she lived in a world of darkness and silence, and communication seemed only a dream for her. But she never gave up and struggled to lead an active life. Under the guidance of her teacher, Ms. Sulliven, Helen learned to read and write and became a famous writer. For a disabled person like her, this was really a wonder!

  Helen has set an excellent example to all of us. Her story tells us that we should value what we have, and try our best to overcome any difficulty in life.






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