【单选题】11. —Have you enjoyed your visit here? —Yes, I’ll be very sorry _____.
【单选题】目前,我国非公有制经济上缴国家的税收比重不断增加,95%中小企业是非公有制经 济,私营企业和个体工商户从业人员共约1.5亿。这说明非公有制经济( )
【单选题】14.–I will come to attend your lecture at 10:00 tomorrow. –I’m sorry,by then my lecture will have ended and I ________my guests in my office.
【阅读理解】On April 26, 1986, I was five years old. I can ’t remember this day very well, but it turned out to be a disaster not only for our family, but also for thousands of people from many countries. It was a really nice, warm and sunny day. I was outside with my elder brother and my little 13-day-old sister, who was sleeping in a pram under a tree. Suddenly dark clouds appeared in the sky and a strong wind started to blow. Our mum told us to come into the house. While we were gathering our toys, she was trying to take the pram. The first drop of “rain” fell on my sister. It was only later that we found out the rain was radioactive water. At first we were not told anything about the accident. The government “didn’t want people to panic.” But they were afraid that the second reactor(反应堆) would blow up. Trains were made ready to send people away from our city. Since then the word “radiation” has come into and changed our life. Chernobyl deprived(剥夺) me of many joys of my childhood. Life went on as usual. I grew up and went to school. I studied very well. In 1998, I graduated from high school with honors and dreamed of entering a university. And here again Chernobyl interfered. I was diagnosed with a brain tumor(脑瘤). My parents came back from Minsk, where my sister had just undergone a brain tumor operation. I didn’t know how to tell mum that we had to go back to Minsk again for another operation straight after my sister’s. This was how Chernobyl poisoned my youth.
【阅读理解】There are stories about two U . S . presidents , Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren , which attempt to explain the American English term OK . We don’t know if either story is true , but they are both interesting . The first explanation is based on the fact that President Jackson had very little education . In fact , he had difficulty reading and writing . When important papers came to Jackson , he tried to read them and then had his assistants explain what they said . If he approved of a paper . he would write “ all correct ” on it . The problem was that he didn’t know how to spell . So what he really wrote was “ ol korekt ”. After a while , he shortened that term to “ OK ”. The second explanation is based on the place where President Van Buren was born , Kinderhook , New York . Van Bnren’s friends organized a club to help him become President They caned the club the Old Kinderhook Club , and anyone who supported Van Buren was called “ OK ”.
【阅读理解】One evening, Mr.Black was driving his car around the country. He wanted to find a small hotel. Then he saw an old man at the side of the road. He stopped his car and said to the old man, “I want to go to the Sun Hotel. Do you know it?”“Yes,”the old man answered.“I will show you the way.” He got into Black's car, and they drove about 12 miles. When they came to a small house, the old man said, “Stop here.”Black stopped and looked at the house.“But this isn't the hotel,”he said to the old man. “No,” the old man answered. “This is my house. And I will show you the way to the Sun Hotel. Turn around and go back nine miles. Then you will see the Sun Hotel on the left.”
【阅读理解】When did you last see a polar bear( 北极熊)?On a trip to a zoo,perhaps?If you had attended a winter activity in New York a few years ago,you would have seen a whole polar bear club.These "Polar Bears" are people who meet frequently in the winter to swim in freezing cold water.That day,the air temperature was 3°C,and the water temperature was a little higher.The members of the Polar Bear Club at Coney Island,New York are usually about the age of 60.Members must satisfy two requirements.First,they must get along well with everyone else in the group;this is very important because there are so many different kinds of people in the club.Polar Bears must also agree to swim outdoors at least twice a month from November through February. Doctors don't agree about the medical effects of cold-winter swimming.Some are worried about the dangers of a condition in which the body's temperature drops so low that finally the heart stops.Other doctors,however,point out that there is more danger of a heart attack during summer swimming because the difference between the air temperature and water temperature is much greater in summer than in winter. The Polar Bears themselves are satisfied with the benefits of cold-water swimming.They say that their favorite form of exercise is very good for the circulatory system(循环系统)because it forces the blood to move fast to keep the body warm.Cold-water swimmers usually turn bright red after a few minutes in the water.A person who turns blue probably has a very poor circulatory system and should not try cold-water swimming. The main benefits of cold-water swimming are probably mental.The Polar Bears love to swim all year round;they find it fun and relaxing.As one 70-year-old woman says,"When I go into water,I pour my troubles into the ocean and let them float away."
【单选题】12. —I’ll help you whenever you need me. —Good. I’d like _____ me tomorrow.
【单选题】13. —Where did he go? —He went to another store _____.
【完型填空】Mrs. Jones was over eighty, but she still drove her old car like a woman half her age. She loved driving very fast, and was proud of the fact 1 she had never, in her thirty-five years of driving, been punished 2 a driving offense ( 犯规,犯法). Then one day she nearly 3 her record. A police car 4 her, and the policemen in it saw her 5 a red light without stopping. Of course, she was stopped. It seemed 6 that she would be punished. 7 Mrs. Jones came up to the judge, he looked at her seriously and said that she was 8 old to drive a car, and that the 9 why she had not stopped at the red 10 was most probably that her eyes had become weak 11 old age, so that she had simply not seen it. When the judge had finished what he was 12 , Mrs. Jones opened the big handbag she was 13 and took out her sewing. Without saying a word, she 14 a needle with a very small eye, and threaded it at her first attempt. When she had 15 done this, she took the thread out of the needle again and handed 16 the needle and the thread to the judge, saying, “Now it is your 17 . I suppose you drive a car, and that you are quite sure about your own eyesight.” The judge took the 18 and tried to thread it. After half a dozen tries, he had still not succeeded. The case ( 案例) against Mrs. Jones was 19 , and her record 20 unbroken.
【阅读理解】No one can change the weather . But if read the signs correctly around us , we can know how the weather will be . This way of telling what the weather will be like on the following day or two is called weather forecasting . For many centuries and in all countries , people have studied the weather and tried to make weather forecasting . Rings around the sun are a sign of coming rain . Many people feel in their bones the coming of wet weather . Their joints( 关节 ) ache . Some birds fly high if the fine weather is coming , but they fly near ground if rainy or stormy weather is on the way . It is probably because of the insects which they are hunting fly low . If you see a rainbow during rainy weather , this is a sign that the weather will become clear and fine . Such rainbows come in the evening . If the stars twinkle clearly at night , then fine weather will continue . If a fog appears in the evening just above a river , then the day will be warm . If the sunset is mostly red in color , then the morning , rainy weather will probably come . Most of the above sayings have been made by the people who have used their eyes and brains to make weather forecasting .
【单选题】15. —Did the judge ask you many questions? —Yes, and _____.
【单选题】9. ________ is the temperature?
【完型填空】The weather is something no one can control. It affects( 影响 ) everyone— rich or poor, young or old in every part of the world. Maybe that is 1 there are so many expressions about the weather, especially about 2 . Sometimes, when you 3 rain, you do not get any. Other times, you get rain when you don’t need it. 4 a baseball game for example. A sudden rainstorm can stop an exciting game, forcing the players and the 20,000 persons watching the game to run for 5 . If the game cannot continue, people who bought the tickets are given “rain checks”. These are 6 tickets that will let them see a 7 game for free. “Rain Check” now means a second chance at something. Often, a rain check has 8 to do with rain. Stores may offer “rain checks” when they sell out all of a product— a television set, for example, 9 a special low price. 10 all the TV sets are gone, the store gives rain checks to those who wanted to buy one. The rain check allows a person to buy the TV set later at the 11 low price after the store receives some 12 from the factory. “Rain Check” is also used in social situations. It’s a way of 13 an invitation, but for a later time. You may ask for a “Rain Check” if you are invited to a friend’s house for dinner, but can’t be there. You say, “I would love to 14 you for dinner, but I’m busy. Could I have a rain check?” You are asking, in other 15 , if you could join your friend for dinner at another time.
【阅读理解】Different weather makes people feel different . It influences health , intelligence( 智力 ) and feelings . In August , it is very hot and wet in the southern part of the United States . People there have heart trouble and other kinds of health problems during this month . In the northeast and the middle west , it is very hot sometimes and very cold sometimes . People in these states have more heart trouble after the weather changes in February or March . The weather can also influence intelligence . For example , in a 1983 study by scientists showed that the IQ of a group of students was very high when a very strong wind came , but after the strong wind , their IQ was 10% lower . The wind can help people have more intelligence . Very hot weather , on the other hand , can make it lower . Students in many schools of the United States often do worse on exams in the hot months of the year(July and August) . Weather also has a strong influence on people's feelings . Winter may be a bad time for thin people . They usually feel cold these months . They might feel unhappy during cold weather . But fat people may have a hard time in hot summer . At about 18 °C, people become stronger . Low air pressure( 气压 ) may make people forgetful . People leave more bags on buses and in shops on low-pressure days . There is "good weather" for work and health . People feel best at a temperature of about 18 °C. Are you feeling sad , tired , forgetful , or unhappy today? It may be the weather's fault .
【单选题】10.The picture looks more beautiful __________.
【阅读理解】In Shanxi province you may be offered brains to eat. Frightened? You shouldn ’t be, because these brains are only a food, which is famous for its unusual name and rich nutrition(营养). Brains as a food were invented more than 300 years ago by Fu Shan, an artist whose mother had been ill for a long time. To help her become well again, he studied medicine and invented a kind of soup made of meat, vegetables and a number of Chinese medicine. Rice wine was also used in the soup to help illness caused by old age. After taking the soup his mother got better little by little and lived a long life. Fu ’s soup became the talk of the town. Many people came to see him. One day a restaurant owner asked him what was in the soup. “I’ll tell you,” Fu said. “But if your restaurant is going to sell the soup, you must call it brains because of its shape and color. And your restaurant should be renamed after my mother.”
【单选题】14. —My baby has a heart trouble. —Did the doctor find it difficult _____?