第一卷（三部分，共 115 分） 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和 阅读下一小题。每段对话只读一遍。 1. What c
aused the fire? A. A careless smoker. B. A broken wire line. C. Some unknown cause.
2. What does the woman mean? A. The man should be the one to speak to Paul. B. The man should repair the radio himself. C. There is no need for him to say “sorry”. 3. Where are the two speakers having the dialogue? A. In the street. B. On a bus C. At the bus stop.
4. What does the woman mean? A. The old house should be turned into stores. B. The shop center is quite old. C. New shopping center are very common. 5. Where does the woman prefer to live? A. In the countryside. B. In the city. C. In the small town.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 1 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将会有时间阅读各个 小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，你有 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话只读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 两个小题。 6. Where does the conversation take place? A. At the ticket office. B. On the plane. C. At the check in counter.
7. What will the woman have to carry to reduce the weight of her luggage? A. The shoulder bag. B. The dictionary. C. The hand bag.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 三个小题。 8. What tickets does the man want to buy? A. For the pop star sport. conference. 9. On which day will the man g to the concert? A. Thursday. B. Friday. C. Sunday B. For pop music concerts. C. For the music
10. Which of the following does the man least care about? A. The date of the ticket. B. The price of the ticket.
C. Whether the seats are together or not. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 三个小题。 11. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a cafeteria（自助食堂）. B. In a café. 12. What WON’T the man have for the meal? A. Steak. B. Fried eggs. C. Coffee. C. In a bar.
13. Why do they choose this place to have meal? A. Because they can sit by the window. B. Because they can do some of the work. C. Because they can save some money. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 三个小题。 14. Whom is the conversation going between? A. The manager and his secretary. C. The husband and his wife. 15. What’s the matter with the man? A. He has got a cold. B. He has got a cold and a headache. B. The secretary and his wife.
C. He has smoked too heavily. 16. Which of the following statements is true? A. The man doesn’t want to go to work very much. B. The woman is a doctor.
C. The man got a terrible cold and couldn’t go to work. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 四个小题。 17. Where did the story happen? A. At a restaurant. home. 18. How many friends did he invite to lunch? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. B. At the speaker’s home. C. At the speaker’s friend’s
19. How much did the writer pay for the meal in all? A. 1,000 yuan. B. 1260 yuan. C. 200 yuan for each person.
20. Why does the writer say the experience was not so bad? A. Because they had a good lunch at a quiet place. B. The experience made him wiser. C. Both A and B. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题一分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
21. Mention ____ word recycling and ____ few of us think of cars. But in ____ world of limited space and resources, recycling is very important. A. a; a; the B. a; 不填; a C. the; 不填; a D. the; 不填; the
22. — Isn’t it just five hundred? Let’s get it, darling. — ____, no idea of saving money. A. It’s just like you all right 23. It was nearly an hour ____ the sleeping pill ____ effect. A. when; took B. before; took C. since; took D. before; would take B. It’s not like you C. I agree with you D. That’s
24. The woman claimed ____ at the supermarket when she was doing shopping yesterday. A. being badly treated C. to be badly treated B. having badly treated D. to have been badly treated
25. As far as I know, the writer enjoys at least as much singing Beijing Opera as he ____. A. does writing B. writes C. writing D. does to write
26. So ____ that even the UN troops couldn’t control it. A. the situation of Iraq was complicated of Iraq C. was the situation of Iraq complicated was 27. — I saw Bob carrying baggage for a stranger yesterday. — What a good fellow! He ____ others, especially those in trouble. A. is always helping C. has always helped B. always helped D. had always helped D. complicated the situation of Iraq B. complicated was the situation
28. — The singer looks very beautiful. — But she was very ugly before she tidied up her appearance（整容）. You ____ believe it! A. shouldn’t B. mustn’t C. wouldn’t D. might not
29. When we hurried to the airport, the foreign friends ____ to get off the plane. A. had arrived waiting B. arrived waiting C. were arriving to wait D. had arrived to wait 30. — The mobile phone looks nice. Please show ____ to me. — Here you are, Madame. — Oh, wonderful! I’ll get it. My daughter just needs ____. A. that; it B. one; it C. it; one D. it; it
31. The negotiation had ____ without any result. And then came the war instead.
A. been broken up
B. to be broken off
C. break up
D. to break off
32. On the contrary, I think it is Truman, ____ you, ____ to blame. A. more than; are than; is 33. — Are you going to travel this summer vacation? — No, I’ll have to do some part-time job for my next team study. ____, there’s SARS spreading. A. Also B. Therefore C. However D. Unluckily B. less than; who are C. rather than; that is D. rather
34. As a Chinese, we should often think ____ we can do more for our country. A. how B. what C. of what D. of how
35. ____ you from taking a hand in that affair, you ____ in prison. A. If I didn’t stop; would have stayed C. Shouldn’t I have stopped; would stay stayed 第二节 完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36— 55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中， 选出最佳选项 Bodybuilding is a world away from high school physical education class, but now teenage boys 36 having muscular bodies just like their 37 . Andy Lau played a 38 monk who helps catch criminals（罪犯）in the film “Running B. Had I stopped; would be staying D. If I hadn’t stopped; would have
on Karma”. Then 39 bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger 40 the spotlight when he
became governor of California, US, 41 that muscle-men have 42 too. People have tried to develop muscular bodies for centuries. But as a sport or form of exercise, bodybuilding is still quite 43 . Briton Eugen Sandow’s 44 at the 1893 World Columbian Exposition in Chicago is
widely seen as the world’s 45 bodybuilding show. Many of his poses（姿势）are 46 used in competitions today. In 1940, the Mr. America contest became the first world bodybuilding competition, and it was 47 by the Mr. Universe contest in 1950 and the Mr. 48 competition 15 years after that.
Some ask whether bodybuilding is really a sport, since the competitions only 49 posing, not any real athletic 50 . Diet, on the other hand, plays a much more
important role in bodybuilding than in any other sport. “It’s 51 to believe that all the athletes are close to 52 when they show off their 53 on stage,” said Cao Xinli. She won the women’s championship at the National Bodybuilding Competition last week in Baotou.
A coach explained: “The strict controls on diet and the hard training often 54 that bodybuilders are much 55 than they look.” But despite the dangers, young
boys will still go to the gym in the hope of developing a better body. 36. A. think of 37. A. heroes 38. A. physical 39. A. former 40. A. made 41. A. seeing 42. A. perseverance 43. A. old 44. A. appearance 45. A. first 46. A. widely 47. A. established 48. A. Olympia 49. A. arrange B. dream of B. parents B. spiritual B. latter B. entered B. finding C. know of C. partners C. bare-head C. earlier C. escaped C. proving D. are aware of D. coaches D. muscular D. later D. controlled D. explaining D. brains D. difficult D. success D. unforgettable D. still D. stopped D. Pacific D. cause D. effort D. easy D. failure D. looks D. indicate D. harder
B. achievements C. feelings B. young B. creation B. latest B. usually B. judged B. Alps B. require C. popular C. performance C. valuable C. even C. joined C. Himalayas C. admit C. courage C. hard C. fullness C. muscles C. cause C. easier
50. A. performance B. technique 51. A. necessary 52. A. starvation 53. A. talents 54. A. suggest 55. A. weaker B. unnecessary B. victory B. strengths B. mean B. stronger
第四部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（ABC 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A There are stock markets in large cities in many countries. Stock markets in Paris, London, Tokyo, Shanghai and New York are among the largest and most well-known. The stock market, also called stock exchange, is a place where people can buy or sell shares of a factory or a company. And each share means certain ownership of a factory or a company. Different people go to stock markets. Some are rich, who want to get more money than they have. Others are not very rich, who buy stocks and try to become rich. Still others buy stocks as part of their plan to save money. Of course, investing money in the stock markets is not the safest way to make money.
No one can tell exactly whether the shares will be doing well. The factory or company may do badly. Then the stocks will go down and investors will lose money. The stock may go up or down for a number of untold reasons. Everyone wants the stock to go up, but sometimes even if a factory or company does a good job, the stock may still go down. No wonder going to the stock market is often compared to gambling. All are eager to make money by “gambling” in the stock market. Factories and companies that need money are pleased that so many people are willing to gamble”. Indeed, the stock market is an attractive part of the business world. 56. If you are an investor, ____ in the stock market. A. you can always make money up or down C. you might always lose money in a period D. your gambling is always safe B. you can tell exactly when the stock goes
57. When a factory or company does a good job, ____. A. investors are sure to get money C. going to the market is the safest way in it 58. Factories and companies are pleased that so many people “gamble” because ____. A. they can make more money B. they need more people to work for them D. some people win and some lose B. the stock will sometimes go down D. you should never put your money
C. the need their money to do business
59. The article mainly wants to tell us ____. A. how to buy or sell shares C. the ABC of stock market safest way B After nearly a decade of planning, the Egyptian Government has announced an ambitious plan to build the world’s biggest museum devoted entirely to exhibiting the ancient relics（文物）. Called the New Egyptian Museum, it will eventually house the largest collection of Pharaonic（法老的）monuments, including the solid gold death mask of Tutankhamun. King Nebkheperura Tutankhamun remains the most famous of all the Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. He lived over 3,300 years ago during the period known as the New Kingdom. The museum also will house more than120,000 antiquities（ancient arts）from the 4
B. the stock market is like a gambling house D. investing money in the stock market is not the
millennium（1,000 years）BC to the fall of the Roman Empire.
For the first time, the entire 3,500 items from Tutankhamun’s tomb will be
displayed. Permanent exhibitions will include the royal mummies of Ramses II and III and other pharaohs and a large quantity of collection of Pharaonic jewellery. Antiquities will be organized by theme rather than chronologically（编年地）. The four main themes will be: the land of Egypt; royalty and the state; arts of life and death; and scribes（文牍）and wisdom. With building costs estimated near US$311 million, funding for the new museum will come from corporate sponsorship and charitable（慈善的）donations. The Egyptian Government is expected to pay one third of the final bill. 60. ____ will build the world’s biggest museum devoted entirely to exhibiting the ancient relics. A. The Egypt government C. The charitable body B. A corporate body D. The Egypt government and a corporate body
61. When you go into one exhibiting hall of the would-be museum, you’ll see ____. A. all the exhibits are arranged by the year B. all the exhibits are arranged by theme C. more than 120,000 Egyptian antiquities are on show D. Pharaonic monuments of Tutankhamun and the royal relics 62. According to the passage, ____. A. the most valuable relics that are to be displayed are 120,000 antiquities from the 4
B. 3,500 items of relics have been discovered from Tutankhamun’s tomb C. the Pharaonic monuments of Tutankhamun are the oldest relics D. the royal mummies of Ramses II and III and other pharaohs will be displayed for the second time 63. The best title of the passage should be ____. A. Egypt’s Ambitious Plan Ancient relics C. Egypt to Construct New Museum D. Ancient Egyptian relics are to be Displayed C B. The World’s Biggest Museum for the
Geologists（地质学家）have been studying volcanoes for a long time. Though they
have learned a great deal, they still have not discovered the causes of volcanic action. They know that the inside of the earth is very hot, but they are not sure exactly what causes the great heat. Some geologists have thought that the heat is caused by the great pressure of the earth’s outer layers. Or the heat may be left from the time when the earth was formed. During the last sixty years scientists have
learned about radium, uranium, thorium, and other radioactive elements. These give out heat all the time as they change into other elements. Many scientists now believe that much of the heat inside the earth is produced by radioactive elements. Whatever the cause of the heat may be, we do know that the earth gets hotter the farther down we dig. In deep mines and oil wells the temperature rises about 1℉ for each 50 feet. At this rate the temperature 40 miles below the earth’s surface would be over 4000℉ . this is much hotter than necessary to melt rook. However, the pressure of the rock above keeps most materials from melting at their usual melting points. Geologists believe that the rock deep in the earth may be plastic, or puttylike（似粘性材料）. In other words, the rock yields slowly to pressure nut is not liquid. But if some change in the earth’s crust releases the pressure, the rock melts. Then the hot, liquid rock can move up toward the surface. Where the melted rock works its way closed to the earth’s crust, a volcano may be formed. The melted rock often contains steam and other gases under great pressure. If the rock above gives way, the pressure is released. Then the sudden expansion of the gases causes explosions. These blow the melted rock into pieces of different sizes and shoot them high in the air. Here they cool and harden into volcanic ash and cinders（灰烬）. Some of this material falls around the hole made in the earth’s surface. The melted rock may keep on rising and pour out as lava（岩浆）. In this way, volcanic ash, cinders, and lava build up the cone-shaped（锥形的）mountains that we call volcanoes. 64. The subject of this passage is the ____. A. formation of volcanoes C. interior of the earth B. results of volcanic action D. causes of the earth’s internal heat
65. The cause for the heat in the interior of the earth is probably ____. A. radioactive elements C. not determined B. the great pressure of the earth D. the heat remaining from the formation of the earth
66. From the information given in the passage, most minerals would melt fastest ____. A. at 4000 ℉ at sea level C. in the absence of oxygen B. at 4000 ℉, 5000 feet below sea level D. at the exact center of the earth at 4000℉
67. If the temperature at the earth’s surface is 20℉ the temperature in a coal mine 500 feet below the surface would, in degrees, be ____. A. 40 B. 30 C. 50 D. 120 D Thirty-two people watched Kitty Genovese being killed right beneath their windows. She was their neighbor. Yet none of the 32 helped her. No one even called the police.
Was this in gunman cruelty? Was it lack of feeling about one’s fellow man? “Not so,” say scientists John Barley and Bib Fatane. These men went beyond the headlines to probe the reasons why people didn’t act. They found that a person has to go through two steps before he can help. First he has to notice that is an emergency. Suppose you see a middle-aged man fall to the sidewalk. Is he having a heart attack? Is he in a coma（昏迷）from diabetes（糖尿病）? Or is he about to sleep off a drunk? Is the smoking coming into the room from a leak in the air conditioning? Is it “steam pipes”? or is it really smoke from a fire? It’s not always easy to tell if you are facing a real emergency. Second, and more important, the person faced with an emergency must feel personally responsible. He must feel that he must help, or the person won’t get the help he needs. The researchers found that a lot depends on how many people are around. They had college students in to be “tested”. Some came alone. Some came with one or two others. And some came in large groups. The receptionist started them off on the “test”. Then she went into the next room. A curtain divided the “testing room” and the room into which she went. Soon the student heard a scream, the noise of file cabinets falling and a cry for help. All of this had been pre-recorded on a tape recorder. Eight out of ten of the students taking the test alone acted to help. Of the students in pairs, only two out of ten helped. Of the students in groups, none helped. In other words, in a group, Americans often fail to act. They feel that others will act. They, themselves, needn’t. They do not feel any direct responsibility. Are people bothered by situations where people are in trouble? Yes. Scientists found that they people were emotional, they sweated, they had trembling hands. They felt the other person’s trouble. But they didn’t act. They were in a group. Their actions were shaped by the actions of those they were with. 68. The purpose of this passage is ____. A. to explain why people fail to act in emergencies B. to explain when people will act in emergencies C. to explain what people will do in emergencies
D. to explain how people feel in emergencies 69. Which of the following is NOT true? A. When a person tries to help others, he must be clear that there is a real emergency. B. When a person tries to help others, he should know whether they are worth his help. C. A person must take full responsibility for the safety of those in emergencies if he wants to help. D. A person with a heart attack needs help the most. 70. The main reason why people fail to act when they stay together is that ____. A. they are afraid of emergencies B. they are reluctant to get themselves involved C. others will act if they themselves hesitate D. they do not have any direct responsibility for those who need help 71. The author suggests that _____. A. we shouldn’t blame a person if he fails to help B. a person must feel guilty if he fails to help C. people should be responsible for themselves in emergencies D. when you are in trouble, people will help you anyway E The man traveling in the back of the ambulance which thrust its way through the streets of Baltimore that morning in 1967 had no business to be alive. By everything that was reasonable, and there were plenty of precedents, he should have been very dead indeed. But he wasn’t. As the people in the hospital pointed out after they had examined him, he was only slightly bruised. Yet he has just fallen 150 feet down a hotel lift shaft! Unknown to the man, two things had occurred which were to affect his life that day. On the thirteenth floor of the hotel, somebody had carelessly left the lift gate open. Down in the basement, a pipe had burst and, before anyone could check the rush of water, it had flooded the bottom of the lift shaft to a depth of two feet. Modern lifts have all sorts of fail-safe mechanisms to prevent accidents, but this
was an ancient contraption（奇妙的装置）— unreliable, creaking, slow, hazardous （dangerous）, and suitable material for any scrap dealer who cared to take it away. The man had plenty of things to occupy his mind that morning. He had overslept. The hotel had forgotten to call him and now he was late for an important business appointment. He dressed quickly, shaved hurriedly, grabbed his briefcase and hurried off down the hotel corridor. Good! The lift gate was open. The lift must be there. He need not press the button and wait while the large, clumsy（badly-made）lift hauled its way upwards. Without looking or thinking he stepped out into space The lift cage was, in fact, one floor above him on the fourteenth. The world into which he had walked was a narrow space of not very fresh air, ending 150 feet below in two feet of dirty water. The man descended（dropped）, making his journey to the ground at a speed he had never dreamed of. Confused patterns, whirling shapes, a rush of air, time enough to be afraid, split-second thoughts of death, then — crash. Perhaps this gave him the record for some sort of high-diving act. No doubt in future he always looked before he leap. Certainly he learnt that this was no way to save time. The experts said that those two feet of water had saved his life. 72. How do we know that the story is true? A. We are told the place and time. C. Lifts often go wrong. B. We are given plenty of details. D. The man won a high-diving record.
73. By ‘had no business to be alive’ the writer means that the man ____. A. had missed his business appointment. C. had done very little business. surprising. 74. The word “precedents” in paragraph 1 refers to ____. A. other people who had had similar accidents. B. rulers of countries. C. the height which the man fell. D. the man’s injuries. B. was only just alive. D. was alive and this was very
75. Which of the following did NOT help to cause the accident? A. Someone left the lift door open. C. The man overslept. 第二卷（共 35 分） 第四部分：智力检测与写作（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 智力题 请把答案填入题后的括号内，或写在题后的 Answer 后。 （10 分） B. A pipe burst. D. He was late for an appointment.
1. Which of the four is least like the other three? A. brain B. light C. philosophy D. metal （ ）
2. What a scientific worker needs is the down-to-earth attitude instead of talking. The underlined word means ____. A. honest B. practical C. hard-working D. thoughtful （ ）
3. I don’t believe such a minor matter will make you down. Pull up your socks! What （ ） B. Stand up. C. Your socks are a bit lower. D. does the underlined phrase mean? A
A. Keep up your spirit. Straighten up.
4. Which word does not go with the others? A. yellow B. dark C. red D. blue （ ）
5. Maria’s gift in literature soon found favour in her teacher’s eyes. What does the underlined phrase mean? A. was discovered by her teacher B. came from her teacher’s help D. much attracted her teacher
C. was good at describing her teacher’s eyes ( )
6. It goes without saying that a person must behave himself. What does the underlined phrase mean? A. 直言不讳 B. 不言而喻 C. 不值一提 D. 不辞而别 （ ）
7. The following picture is made with matches. How to turn it into one with only three squares by taking away two matches from it?
Answer: 8. What number should replace the question number?
9. Suppose it rains at midnight, can it be expected to clear up after 72 hours? Answer: 10. Divide 45 into 4 parts this way: after you add 2 to the first part, take 2 away from the second part, multiply（乘）the third part by 2 and make the fourth part divided by 2, all the results are the same. Can you divide it? 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一题作出判断：若无错误，在改行 右边横线上画一个勾（∨） ；若有错误（每行只有一个错误） ，请按下列情况改正： 该行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉，在改行右边横线上写出该词，并也用斜 线划掉。 该行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 该行错一个词：在错的词下面划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 The local newspaper reported that a man found that his mobile phone had been stolen right before getting on a bus. He asked for help from 76. ______ 77. ______ 78.
the passenger but got no response. At that moment, a little boy stood up ______ pointing at a man and shouted “He is the thief.” The thief was finally ______ taken to the police station. But nobody knew about who the brave boy was. His parents took him off the bus immediately after the accident. ______ Maybe they were afraid of the thief’s friends would look for revenge. ______ In fact, many adults’ blindness in the face of evil deeds come exactly ______ from this fear. So the boy acted a symbol of justice in the bus. ______ Adults are physical stronger than the boy. Why do we not stand up to keep our society safer? 第三节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
80. ______ 81.
一个加拿大贸易投资团来你的家乡滨海市（Binhai City）参观考察。假如你是他们的 导 游，请口头向客人介绍你的家乡。 总体 美丽而自然资源丰富
300 多万，其中 35%是工人、教师、机关工作人员等，其余的从事农业、渔业等生 产；这里盛产优质苹果
中学 32 所，小学 586 所，约有 20%的人受过高等教育 改革开放以来发展迅速，工业发展最快，已建好一个拥有近十万人口的开发区。人 民的生活大大改善
注意：1、要求语言流畅，内容连贯； 2、字数 100—120 ； 3、开头以为你写好。 Welcome to our hometown for an inspection. ? 参考答案: 听力：1—5 CABCA 6—10 CBBCA 11—15 AACCB 16—20 AABBC 单选：21—25 CABDA 26—30 BACAC 31—35 BCADB 完型：36—40 BADAB 41—45 CDBCA 46—50 DCABD 51—55 CACBA 阅读：56—60 CBCBD 61—65 BBCDA 66—70 BBBCD 71—75 AADAB
智力题： 智力题： 86—90 CBABD 91. B 92. 93. 379 94. No, because it will be still at midnight,
when nobody can see any sunshine. 95 The four figures are separately 8, 12, 5 and 20. 改 错 ： 76. The→A shouted→shouting 80. 去掉 about 81.正确 82. 去掉 of 83. come→comes 84. acted 后加 as 85. physical→physically 书面表达： One possible version: Welcome to our hometown for an inspection. Our hometown is beautiful and rich in natural resources. It has a population of more than 3 million, about 35 percent of which are workers, teachers, government workers and so on, and the rest are mainly farmers and fishermen going in for farming and fishing. A lot of good-qualified apples are produced here. Great changes have taken place since “the reform and opening up”. Industry is developing the fastest and an economic development zone with a population of about 100,000 has been built. The education is developing rapidly. There are 32 middle 77. before→after 78. passenger→passengers 79.
schools and 586 primary schools. About 20 percent have received higher education. People’s life has greatly improved. A railway station, a port and an international airport connect the city with all the main cities of home and abroad, playing an important role in the development of economy.
听力：1—5 CABCA 6—10 CBBCA 11—15 AACCB 16—20 AABBC 单选：21—25 CABDA 26—30 BACAC 31—35 BCADB 完型：36—40 BADAB 41—45 CDBCA 46—50 DCABD 51—55 CACBA 阅读：56—60 CBCBD 61—65 BBCDA 66—70 BBBCD 71—75 AADAB
智力题： 智力题： 86—90 CBABD 91. B 92. 93. 379 94. No, because it will be still at midnight, when nobody can see any sunshine. 95 The four figures are separately 8, 12, 5 and 20. 改错：76. The→A 77. before→after 78. passenger→passengers 79. shouted→shouting 80. 去掉 about 81.正确 82. 去掉 of 83. come→comes 84. acted 后加 as 85. physical→physically 书面表达： One possible version: Welcome to our hometown for an inspection. Our hometown is beautiful and rich in natural resources. It has a population of more than 3 million, about 35 percent of which are workers, teachers, government workers and so on, and the rest are mainly farmers and fishermen going in for farming and fishing. A lot of good-qualified apples are produced here. Great changes have taken place since “the reform and opening up”. Industry is developing the fastest and an economic development zone with a population of about 100,000 has been built. The education is developing rapidly. There are 32 middle schools and 586 primary schools. About 20 percent have received higher education. People’s life has greatly improved. A railway station, a port and an international airport connect the city with all the main cities of home and abroad, playing an important role in the development of economy.