6. The computer can help us greatly. _____, more people travel by plane in China than before.
A. At one time B. In fact C. As a result D. At least
7. It’s ______ of time to do something ______.
A. wastes, necessary B. a waste, useless
C. wastes, useful D. a waste, important
8. An English teacher should ______ the learning of grammar easier for his or her students.
A. make B. do C. help D. let
9. I really can’t decide _____ first, a small computer or a big one?
A. what to buy B. to buy what
C. which to buy D. to buy which
10. It’s too late. I’ll have to get the children ______ to be D.
A. going B. go C. and go D. to go
11. We had a hard life ______ in my childhoo D.
A. at a time B. at all times C. at one time D. at any time
12. ______ the beginning of term, we usually make a plan ______ study.
A. In, of B. On, of C. By, of D. At, for
13. If the work ______, you may go out to play.
A. have been done B. will have been done
C. has been done D. was done
14. He is the teacher by whom I ______ taught.
A. have once been B. had once been
C. have once D. had once
15. I’m sure the red team will ______ the game.
A. win B. beat C. defeat D. succeed
16. Is this farm ______ you visited the other day?
A. which B. where C. that D. the one
17. In the dark street, there wasn’t a single person ______ she could turn for help.
A. that B. who C. from whom D. to whom
18. Rather than ______ on a crowded bus, he always prefers ______ a bicycle.
A. ride, ride B. riding, ride C. ride, to ride D. to ride, riding
19. Tom is no longer ______ he used to be.
A. whom B. that C. what D. when
20. “Is ______ you want to say?” asked the teacher.
A. this B. that C. all that D. that all
21. Do you still remember the days ______ you spent in the countryside?
A. on which B. when C. during which D. which
22. Is there anything ______ I can do for you?
A. which B. what C. that D. where
23. My mother is not only angry ______ what you did but also angry ______you.
A. at, with B. with, at C. at, to D. in, to
24. Mr White, who I ______ moved to the south of France, still lives in London.
A. think to have B. think had
C. thought have D. thought had
25. I cannot go home now. A lot of work ______ to be done.
A. have B. remains C. are D. will
A: Good morning.
B: Good morning.
A: I’d like a ticket to Pittsburgh, please.
B: Round trip?
A: 26 .
B: Okay. That’ll be twenty-two dollars.
A: Twenty-two? 27 .
B: I know. The rate went up this month.
A: Just like everything else?
A: Does the bus still leave at two-fifteen?
B: 28 . You must be at the door at two o’clock, though. The driver usually begins loading fifteen minutes before he pulls out.
B: 29 .
A: Just two. I’ll carry the other one with me.
B: That’s good. We can check only two of them anyway. 30 .
A: Okay, thanks a lot.
B: You’re welcome. Have a nice trip.
A．Give the baggage to the driver when you get to Pittsburgh.
B．Two fifteen at gate eleven.
C．Last time I took this bus it was only twenty.
D．Do you have any suitcase?
E．Do you prefer to carry your suitcases?
F．No, one way.
G．I’d like to take it.
A student passed all entrance examinations before he went to a 31 where he put his name down for a course in geography, but after the first lecture, he did not 32 up any more.
The teacher noticed the student's 33 , and thought that he had changed to 34 course. However, he was very surprised at the boy's name on the list of students who intended to take the 35 examination at the end of the term.
The teacher had prepared a 36 examination paper, which followed his lectures very 37 , and he was eager to see 38 this student would answer the questions. He 39 bad answers, but it turned 40 that he could find only one small 41 . He went through the paper over again, but he got the same result. So he sent for the student.
When the student had come into the 42 , the teacher said, "I know that you attended my first lecture 43 and after that you have been 44 . I'd like to know you got nearly everything 45 ."
"Oh, I am very sorry about that 46 , sir," answered the student. “ 47 the examination, I realized what I ought to have written. I would not have made the mistake if I had not been 48 by your first lecture."
From this 49 we know the student who was absent form the lectures was bright, and know how to 50 by himself.
A man walked into a restaurant that advertised having the longest menu in the world. The manager was very proud of being able to provide any dish, no matter how unusual.
At the bottom of the menu there was a notice that said, “If you do not see the dish you require on this menu, please tell us and we will add it to the menu immediately.”
One day a man walked in, looked at the menu and decided to make life really difficult for the manager and his chef. He would order something that was very unusual.
When the waiter came up to take his order, he said, “You say you can serve any dish, anything at all, even if it’s not on your menu, which is the longest menu in the world.”
“That is correct, sir. We have never yet been unable to meet our customers’ requirements.”
“Very well,” the man said. “In that case, bring me two elephant ears on toast. Indian, not African.”
The waiter wrote down on hid pad: Two Indian elephant ears on toast.
“Very good, sir,” he said. “That shouldn’t take long.”
He walked quickly away.
The man was very surprised and rather disappointed.
Then he smiled as the waiter returned, a very unhappy look on his face.
“Ah!” the man said. “You can’t bring me elephant ears on toast, cay you?”
The waiter was very apologetic.
“I’m sorry, sir, and this is most embarrassing,” he said, “but I’m afraid we can’t. Unfortunately, we’ve run out of bread.”
1 require要求 2 chef 厨师 3 apologetic 道歉的 4 embarrassing 尴尬的
51. What did the man want to do?
A. Embarrass the manager. B. Have some toast.
C. Buy an elephant. C. Read the longest menu in the world.
52．What did the notice at the bottom of the menu say?
A. Please order elephant ears.
B. We will serve any dish you want.
C. We have the longest menu in the world.
D. English is spoken here.
53．Why did the customer order elephant ears?
A. He was hungry.
B. He liked them.
C. He thought they would be tasty.
D. He didn’t think they had any.
54．The customer was disappointed because
A. The waiter did not seem to be worried by his order.
B. The waiter walked away quickly.
C. He wanted to eat Indian elephant’s ears.
D. The waiter was unhappy.
55．The waiter was unhappy because
A. The man was wearing elephant’s ears.
B. They had no elephant’s ears.
C. They had no bread.
D. The chef didn’t want to cook them.
When you are swimming, you may shiver as you come out of water. That is specially true if there is a light gentle wind. You wrap up in a piece of cloth to keep warm. But still you shiver, and your teeth knock together through cold. Water is changing into steam from your body, and the change takes away heat.
You shiver because the muscles of your body are trying to make heat to put back the heat you are losing. Most body heat is made in the muscles. In the cells oxygen is combined with carbohydrates and fats, making energy. Animal bodies and human bodies—“burn” food just as wood is burned in a fire, except that the process is slower in the body and so the heat is sent off little by little. Muscles always make energy. Sometimes more, sometimes less. When you exercise, they are more active and so make more heat. When you are losing heat quickly, the best thing to do is to run slowly around. If you do not, you will shiver. That is the other way the muscles make heat. Another way of saying this is the muscles move quickly backwards and forwards. Next time you shiver, try running a bit. You will find that after two or three minutes the shivering will stop. It is because running helps your muscles make more heat, so shivering is no longer needed to maintain body temperature.
1 muscles 肌肉 2 oxygen氧 3 carbohydrates碳水化合物 4 energy 能量 5 process 进程
56．“Through cold” in “But still you shiver, and your teeth knock together through cold” means:
A. during cold weather B. because of cold
C. when it is cold
D. The coldness passes through your body
57．It is in your ______ that the heat you need is made.
A. muscles B. blood C. brain D. heart
58．“Exercise” in “When you exercise, they are more active and so make more heat” means :
A. do homework B. do English work
C. do farm work or house work D. use any part of the body to improve it
59．When you come out of water, you wrap yourself up in a piece of cloth so as to ______
A. help you make more heat B. dry your body
C. keep out the wind and stop the heat from going with the steam
D. feel comfortable
60．You shiver ______.
A. to make the heat you need B. to show that you are cold
C. to stop the cold you do not like D. to please yourself
Very soon a computer will be able to teach you English. It will also be able to translate(翻译) any language for you. So give up going to classes and stop buying more textbooks. In a couple of years you won’t need the international language of English.
Imagine(设想) a Chinese secretary, for example, who wants to type a letter from the boss to a businessman in Britain. All he or she will have to do this: first type the letter in Chinese. The letter will appear on a television screen. After a few seconds the translated letter will appear on another television screen in London in perfect English. And that’s not all. Soon a computer will teach you English, if you really want to learn the language. You’ll sit in front of a television screen and practise. The computer will tell you when you are correct and when you are wrong. It will even talk to you.
So think of it. You will be able to teach yourself at your won pace(进度). You will waste very little time, and you can work at home. And if after all that, you still can’t speak English you can always use the translation machine. In a few years, perhaps there will be no need for BBC Modern English, or BBC English by Radio programmes—no more textbooks or teachers of English. Instead of buying an exciting new textbook, the computer will ask you to replace it with the microprocessor(微型处理器). One little problem is that a computer can’t laugh yet—but the scientists are working on it. Happy learning!
61．According to the writer, “you won’t need the international language of English” because ______ .
A. learning English will no longer a difficult job
B. textbooks are no longer necessary
C. it’s better to buy a computer than to go to classes
D. the computer will be able to translate any language for you
62．If a Chinese secretary wants to translate a letter, all he or she will have to do is_____ .
A. push a button and wait
B. use any kind of typewriter to type the letter
C. type it for the machine to do the translating
D. type the letter and tell someone else to do the translation
63．You will _____ if you use a computer to learn the language.
A. waste much of your time B. speak better English
C. need no translating machine D. do everything at your own pace
64．The computer can be used to replace ______ .
A. exciting new textbooks B. experienced language teachers
C. language teaching radio programmes
D. all of the above
65．Which of the following is Not true? Computers can ______ .
A. teach you English B. also laugh
C. even talk D. translate any language for you
66. As a result of the new computer, p_______ can buy their tickets much faster.
67. There are long queues of people w______ outside the CAAC offices.
68. Today the computer has been greatly i______ .
69. Th computer will become a n_______ part of our everyday life.
70, A good sleeping bag is an important part of every camper’s e________.
Last week, I, together with mine friend Bob 71.
went out to have lunch. Bob very fat and 72.
he enjoys all kind of delicious food. We sat 73.
to a big round table in the restaurant. After 74.
big meal Bob drank several cups of coffee. 75.
At first I said, “We really must go now, Bob. 76.
We have been there for over three hours. 77.
It’s four thirty.” “What do you mean?” 78.
asked Bob in surprised. “We can’t leave 79.
for now. It’s nearly time to have our dinner!” 80.
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