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I. Vocabulary and Structure (10 points, 1 point for each item)
1. If I _______ any money to invest, I would invest it in that land.
A. had B. have
C. have had D. had had
2. ______ more careful, his ship would not have sunk.
A. if the captain were B. Had the captain been
C. Should the captain be D. If the captain would have been
3. There are no special rules as to what clothes you _______.
A. are to B. shall wear
C. should wear D. could wear
4. Lei Feng died ______.
A. young B. youthfully
C. younger D. youngest
5. Two years later, her father disappeared, _______ be heard from again.
A. only to B. as to
C. rather to D. never to
6. His illness doesn’t _______ his long absence.
A. equal B. satisfy
C. justify D. amount to
7. It occurred to her that she ______ a homeless child.
A. might adept B. might adopt
C. can take D. could bring up
8. ________ got outside than it began to rain.
A. Not sooner I had B. Not sooner had I
C. No sooner I had D. No sooner had I
9. Please caution that there are more words listed _______ necessary.
A. than are B. that are
C. than isD. that is
10. The meat tastes as if it _______ gone bad.
A. has already B. was already
C. were D. been already
II. Cloze Test (10 points, 1 point for each item)
As temperatures rise and the polar ice caps melt, the race is 11 to unlock the treasures of the Arctic.
This region is thought to contain one quarter of the world's untapped oil and gas 12, and there's stiff competition 13 them. America, Canada, Denmark and Norway have all staked territorial claims in the Arctic, and 14 has Russia.
Three years ago, a Russian 15 planted a titanium flag 16 the ocean floor 17 the North Pole. It was a symbol of Moscow's 18 to protect what it sees as its national interest.
In Moscow this week scientists, businessmen and politicians 19 Arctic nations will discuss co-operation, but they're also expected to push their countries' 20 in the region.
11. A. in B. at C. on D. off
12. A. sources B. reserves C. stores D. savings
13. A. in B. at C. as D. for
14. A. as B. like C.so D. such
15. A. trip B. journey C. expedition D. mission
16. A. in B. at C. for D. on
17. A. beneath B. down C. low D. into
18. A. determination B. faith C. courage D. bravery
19. A. away B. off C. from D. towards
20. A. speech B. claims C. assertion D. accounts
III. Reading Comprehension (30 points, 2 points for each item)
Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage.
To have the camera installed in the back of his head, Iraqi-born Wafaa Bilal had to undergo a painful surgical procedure to tuck the camera firmly under his scalp.
The camera is at least small - just the size of a thumbnail and less than an inch thick - but it will be switched on 24 hours a day for an entire year.
The camera will take a photograph every single minute, digitally capturing every aspect of Wafaa Bilal's life.
The images will then be beamed from New York, where the artist lives, to the Middle East, where the photographs will be displayedat Qatar's new Arab Museum of Modern Art.
The artist says the project will raise important social, political and artistic questions, and has vowed to go about his daily life as normal.
But he admits some things, like sleeping for example, will be a bit tricky. He now has to sleep sitting upright, and cannot use a pillow. There's also the question of privacy. Wafaa Bilal says dinner party invitations have already started drying up.
21. Where will the camera be installed?
A. In the back of the artist’s head, inside the cap.
B. On the back of the artist’s head, attached to a cloth.
C. In the back of the artist’s head, outside the cap.
D. In the back of the artist’s head, under the scalp.
22. What will the artist do with the camera?
A. To record his life in Iraq.
B. To record his life in another country in the middle east.
C. To record his life in New York.
D. To record his life in Hollywood.
23. Which of the following can be used to describe the artist’s life after the installation?
A. Normal but somewhat tricky.
B. Strange and mysterious.
C. Lonely and painful.
D. Popular and outlandish.
24. Which has already been changed in the artist’s life?
A. Thinking and working.
B. Thinking and photographing.
C. Socializing and sleeping
D. Publishing the photographs
25. Where will the photographs be displayed?
A. New York.
D. Iraq and Qatar
Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.
It began with three friends searching for an easier way to share videos. One - Jawed Karim - uploaded the site's first clip - a movie of himself dressed in an anorak at San Diego Zoo.
By the end of its first year YouTube was broadcasting 25 million videos a day and it was soon bought by the internet giant Google. In 2010 24 hours of video are now uploaded every minute.
The site's also become an important political tool - almost a million people watched a wounded girl dying during protests in Iran in July 2009. President Barack Obama successfully used the site during his election campaign.
Thousands of teenagers around the world have also used the site to upload embarrassing videos of friends and its creators have been forced to deny claims that it's encouraged bullying.
With online habits and fads constantly changing no one's sure what the next five years hold for YouTube. Some believe it could end up as a TV channel beamed into our living rooms. Others predict it will be overtaken by new technology and dumped on the internet scrap heap.
26. What is this passage mainly about?
A. The birth of Google.
B. The origin of YouTube.
C. The origin of a TV channel.
D. The story of photograph sharing.
27. Which of the following is correct?
A. Google has devised a TV channel.
B. Google has devised YouTube.
C. YouTube was born quite unexpectedly.
D. YouTube was as old as Google.
28. Which of the following best describes the relationship between Google and YouTube?
A. YouTube has been a product of Google.
B. YouTube was born independent of Google and later was bought by Google.
C. Google designed YouTube.
D. Google does not own YouTube.
29. Which of the following is correct about YouTube videos?
A. A special team of three people makes programs to broadcast.
B. Google makes programs online.
C. YouTube buys videos to broadcast.
D. People broadcast their own recordings online via YouTube.
30. Which of the following best describes YouTube’s future?
C. Full of hope.
Questions 31 to 35 are based on the following passage.
The working week has begun in Christchurch but people in many parts of the city speak of aneerie quiet, with the streets still strewn withrubbleand shatteredglass.
No buses are running and thousands of people are off work because the central business district remainscordoned off; some 90 buildings in this area have yet to be declared safe and police say there's a risk from falling masonry and glass.
Some residents are still without anywhere to stay; around 150 people had to spend another night in welfare centers. Schools are closed and sewageis leaking from broken pipes, threatening water supplies. Officials from the Ministry of Civil Defence say aftershockshave continued since Saturday, and the threat of more – up to a magnitude of six – will remain for the next week. Predicted gale-force winds never made it to Christchurch on Sunday, but there's been heavy rain, doing nothing to help the clean up efforts.
31. What has happened to Christchurch?
A. It has had a robbery.
B. It has had an earthquake.
C. It has had a war.
D. It has had a tsunami.
32. What does the street look like?
A. It is tidy.
B. It has too many visitors.
C. It is filled with rubble.
D. It is destroyed by the rain.
33. How are people doing in the city?
A. Most of them are not working.
B. They are busy working.
C. They stay at home.
D. Most of them are helping the police.
34. Which of the following is correct?
A. It will take some time before transport can be recovered.
B. The business center of the city remains in good condition.
C. People can go into down easily.
D. People all have places to live.
35. What is the weather like at the time?
A. It is windy.
B. It is cloudy.
C. It is rainy.
D. It is dry.
IV. Word Spelling (10 points, 1 point for two items)
36. 不足的, 菲薄的 a. m _ _ _ _ _
37. 细致的, 小心翼翼的 a. m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
38. 纪念, 庆祝v. o_ _ _ _ _ _
39. 操作,操纵n. m_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
40. 随即,事先无准备地adv. o_ _ -_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
41. 种植园,大农场 n. p_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
42. 剖面, 侧面 n. p_ _ _ _ _ _
43. 开创性地,有重大影响的a. s_ _ _ _ _ _
44. 思想感情,感情 n. s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
45. 概述,总结,摘要v. s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
46. 补助金,津贴 n. s_ _ _ _ _ _
47. 容忍,宽容n. t_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
48. 辛苦 n. t_ _ _ _ _ _
49. 多方面的,多才多艺的v_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
50. 舰队,港湾,小河 n. f_ _ _ _
51. 基础的,基本的 a. f_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
52. 倒计时 n. c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
53. 相反地,颠倒地adv. c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
54. 承诺,责任 n. c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
55. 相称的,相当的a. c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
V. Word Form (10 points, 1 point for each item)
56 At Davos, those who trusted the United State not to inflate away its debt intentionally worried that it might happen _______(intention).
57. She said the Chinese have been extremely positive and ______ (produce).
58. A king had three sons whom he loved equally well, and he did not know which of them to ______ (appointment) as king following his own death.
59. So this man came to Soho when he was a student and he found it a very ______(attraction) place to be.
60. Still, people often ______(estimate) how much control they have over a situation.
61. Thank you for your______(thought), but I am scheduled to leave for Shanghai on Tuesday.
62. He gave me his photograph as a ______(remember) of him.
63. We don’t need to spend so much money on such a useless______(decorate).
64. Albright added that poverty is not a natural condition for ______(human), but rather the result of choices that nations and societies make.
65. Instead this cartel among women did not break down until women began to gain financial ______(depend) from men.
VI. Translate the following sentences from Chinese into English (15 points, 3 points for each item)请将下列各句译成英语并将答案写在答题卡上。
VII. Translate the following sentences from English into Chinese (15 points) 请将下列各句译成汉语并将答案写在答题卡上。
71. One reason for discussing listening here is because of concerns expressed by people attending assertiveness courses, many of whom are helped by improving their listening skills. For example, non-assertive people who are shy often find it difficult to begin conversations with others, especially on social occasions when they feel they have no aptitude for small talks.
Many people find it relatively easy to communicate on a professional level, on which the content of conversation is technical, technological or business oriented, but have difficulty in stepping from behind their desks and chatting with superiors, co-workers, clients and customers on a more personal level. On training courses participants previously unknown to each other will soon talk together about work-related issues --- common objectives --- but some keep silent during refreshment breaks where social chitchat is required.
Concentrating on others ---finding out their experiences, beliefs and attitudes --- is the way forward. Active listening can really help you know more about them and establish a basis for solid communication.
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