题号 得分 Ⅰ、单词（20 分）
1、 礼节 n. 2、 乐观的 adj. 3、 称赞 n. 4、 手势 n. 5、 制服 n. 6、 受害人 n. 7、 正面的 adj. 8、 成功 v. 9、 胃 n. 10、皱眉 v. 11
、办事员 n. 12、争论 v. 13、人类 n. 14、矿车 n. 15、铆钉 n. 16、标准 n. 17、社会的 adj. 18、食盐 n. 19、批准 v. 20、听众 n.
1、 E－mail ,as well as telephones, an important part in daily communication . A、is playing B、have played C、are playing D、play 2、He is the only one of the students who a winner of scholarship for three years. A、is B、are C、have been D、has been 3、I haven’t got a chair . A、sitting B、for sitting in C、to sit D、to sit on 4、Don’t worry .I’ll have it and get someone it to you tomorrow. A、typed; send B、to typed ;to send C、type ;send D、typed; to send 5、 takes me nearly one hour go to work bike every morning. A、It ,to, on B、I , to , by C、It, for , on D、It , to , by 6、Is cold in Hongkong winte r? A、that, in B、this , in C、it, in D、it , at
7、She didn’t mind alone at home. A、leaving B、being left C、to leave D、to be left 8、-I must apologize for ahead of time. -That’s all right . A、letting you not know B、not letting you know C、letting you know not D、letting not you know 9、The Browns getting ready for the picnic. A、are B、is C、can be D、has been 10、The Chinese people a great and working people. A、will be B、is C、are D、may be 11、Where my glasses? I can’t find them. A、is B、are C、was D、were 12、Class Two all out when the door opened. A、are B、is C、were D、was 13、The teacher and writer to visit our school. A、is coming B、are coming C、have come D、was coming 14、Playing basketball and watching TV both interesting. A、are B、is C、were D、was 15、A man with a baby to the market. A、are coming B、is coming C、 were coming D、is to come 16、Each man and woman the same rights. A、has B、have C、had D、is having 17、Neither Bill nor his parents at home. A、is B、are C、has D、was 18、there in this room. A、are too much furniture B、is too many furnitures C、are too much furnitures D、is too much furniture 19、Either the teachers or the principal the meeting. A、attends B、attend C、are attending D、have attended 20、Not only you but also I mistaken. A、are B、were C、have D、am 21、 the big snake, the little girl stood under the tree A、Seeing, frightened B、 Seeing, frightening C、Seen, frightened D、To see, frightening 22、What he said at the meeting is worth . A、well, listening B、very, listening C、very, to listen to D、 well, listening to
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23、 is home work, he went out to play football. A、Doing B、Being C、Having been done D、Having done 24、Look around whe n the street. A、crossing B、crossed C、to cross D、across 25、We should bear in mind that “ It’s easier than to do”. A、said B、 to say C、 saying D、to be said 26、Y should always ou the views of others ever if you disagree with the m. A、tolerant B、tolerant of C、be tolerant of D、be tolerant 27、We have got some trouble the silk clothes A、wash B、 washed C、do some washing D、 washing 28、Let’s try and arrange we can get there at one o’clock. A、in order to B、so that C、so as to D、hope that 29、Don’t leave her outside in the rain. A、waiting B、to wait C、wait D、 waited 30、He went forward to the examine r’s table . A、with confident B、confident C、with confidence D、confidence 31、The great man in this house with his wife. A、used to living B、used to live C、was used to live D、was used living 32、I the quarrel between Tom and Jack. A、be involved in B、got involved at C、got involved on D、got involved in 33、 John’s kind help, we finis hed early. A、Thank for B、Thanks for C、Thank to D、Thanks to 34、His father was a successful businessman and a lot of money. A、made B、earned C、produce d D、both A and B 35、I’ll what you’ve done. A、be proud with B、be proud of C、proud of D、proud with 36、Children like to little toys pieces of colour paper. A、be made ,out of B、make , out of C、be made ,into D、make, through 37、Narrow trousers nowadays. A、is in fashion B、are in fashion C、is fashion D、are fashion 38、The child have the candy. A、eager to B、is eagerly to C、is eager D、is eager to 39、Some young people like to have their hair into different colours. A、dye B、dying C、dyed D、to dye 40、Don’t stand the fire, Y our clothes will catch fire.
(A) In the U.S., people prefer waiting for a table to sitting with people they don’t know. This means a hostess may not seat a small group until a s mall table is available, even if a large one is. If you are sitting at a table with people you don’t know, it is impolite to light up a cigarette without first asking if it will disturb the m. At American restaurants and coffee shops you are usually served tap water before you order. You may find the bread and butter is free, and if you order coffee, you may get a free refill. Most cities and towns have no rules about opening and closing time for stores or restaurants, though they us ually do make rules for bars. Especially in large cities, stores may be open 24 hours a day. Serving in restaurants are often large, too large for many people. If you can’t finish your meal but would like to enjoy the food later, ask your waitress or waiter for a “doggie bag”. It may have a picture of a dog on it, but everybody knows you’re taking the food for yourself. Supper and dinner are both words for the evening meal. Some people have “Sunday dinner”. This is an especially big noon meal. Tips are not usually added to the check. They are not included in the price of the meal, either. A tip of about 15% is expected and you should leave it on the table when you leave. In some restaurants, a check is brought on a plate and you put your money there. Then the waiter or waitress brings you your change
41．Which statement is true? ______ A．American people like sitting with people they don’t know B．The hostess always seats a small group at a large table C．American people never sit with people they don’t know D．American people would not light a cigarette if the people who sit at the same table mind their smoking 42．What is served before you order? ______． A．Bread B．Butter C．Coffee D．Cold water 43．What do American people always do when servings are too large for them? ______ A．They take the food home with a doggie bag for their dogs B．They leave the food on the table and go away. C．They take the food home with a doggie bag and enjoy the food late r.
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D．They ask the waitress or waiter to keep the food for them. 44．Sunday dinner is ______. A．a dinner in the evening B．a big noon meal C．a big lunch on sunday D．a supper on Sunday 45．Which statement is not mentioned in the passage?______ A．Tips are not usually included in the total check B．A 15 percent tip in large cities indicates satisfactory service. C．People tip waiters and waitresses. D．People always put tips on the table.
A．Part of a house B．space C．part of a seat D．something for sitting on 50．She was stuck! In the story it means she ______． A．wasn’t able to move or to get out B．was sitting there ,she couldn’t stand up C．pushed her bags D．moved very slowly
1、 他重复了两遍以便大家都能理解他的话。(so that ) 2、 我们通过语言方式彼此进行交流。 by means of ） （ 3、 为了赶上头班车，他今天早晨 4 点就起床了。 （in order that ） 4、 他在街上游荡，尽力想找一个挣钱的办法。 5、 总而言之，食物在美国文化中扮演着重要的角色。 6、 Each time you step into your old jeans, you are putting on a piece of history. 7、 Generally speaking, American food is not very thick in taste. 8、 He was really a tireless and care-free young man. 9、 Indeed life is all about choices. 10、He found a mate rial that was better than canvas.
Paul got on the bus to go to the town. It was very crowde d, and he had to stand for about five minutes. Then some of the passengers got off. Paul sat down next to a fat lady. She had several shopping bags, and Paul didn't have much room on the seat. At last the bus got to the town. All the passengers started to get off. Paul was very polite, so he stood up to let the fat lady get off before him. She said, "Thank you." Then she tried to get out of the seat with all her bags. But she couldn't move. She was stuck! Paul had to push the lady. The conductor pulled her. Finally they got her free but she wasn't pleased. "I'll write to the bus company," she said. "I'll tell the m not to make buses with such s mall seats."
46. Why couldn’t the lady get out of the seat? ______ A．Because the seat on the bus were too small . B．Because the lady was too fat and had a lot of bags C．Because the bus was very crowded D．Because Paul was in his seat next to her 47．When did Paul get a seat on the bus? ______． A．As soon as he got on the bus B．after five minutes C．Just before he wanted to get off D．Just before the bus got to the town 48．How do you know that Paul was very polite? ______ A．He didn’t take the seat and was always standing B．He pushed the lady out of her seat C．He stood up to let the lady get off before him D．He helped the lady carry her bags 49． “??and Paul didn’t have much room on the seat .”The word “room” here means ______.
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