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  • I’d like to study law at university___my cousin prefers geography.
    A.though
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    B.as
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    C.while: W5 @. Z0 W+ ?* _ D.for$ i# V* B+ g9 h7 M9 d" D/ G0 ^+ T. V9 J 

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  • —Did you see a man in black pass by just now?
    —No,sir.I___a newspaper.
    A.read/ N4 @) V5 N" ] B.was reading: A# B b6 c2 F6 _) \ E3 g
    C.would read# Q; i; ?! _7 e: K D.am reading
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  • Of the two coats,I’d choose the___one to spare some money for a book.
    A.cheapestB.cheaper
    C.more expensiveD.most expensive

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  • Little joy can equal___of a surprising ending when you read stories.
    A.that5 L2 G) [# R4 ?- W, W B.those2 ^' V) N: d+ R9 _# A# ^4 a/ b
    C.any
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    D.some# \0 a8 G. Q, U$ R" h

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  • It was so dark in the cinema that I could hardly___my friend.
    A.turn out' W3 f: @, b& E& g8 B, W* G B.bring out: Q. D4 O0 i d" L6 E0 V1 e" c, [
    C.call out# F+ d) X1 Y' \ D.pick out$ F" N8 S' b1 g- j1 j6 M6 B( S

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  • —Dad!Tom’s broken a glass!
    —_______.Accidents will happen.
    A.No way
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    B.Doesn’t matter/ T$ R+ I+ Q+ d$ c) j) C
    C.No trouble at all! a0 U8 X* e9 j+ @4 D9 `$ G4 X5 V D.Don’t mention it
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  • The flowers his friend gave him will die unless___every day.
    A.watered: J% [- X7 O. ` B.watering
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    C.water) S5 B; M) T9 J D.to water6 e* K- M" O( E" R0 _4 h) d

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  • 完形填空(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和D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    It’s fourteen years since I left the Philippines to live with my family in the USA.A month ago,while on summer vacation back in my motherland,I learned a lesson from mosquito(蚊子) bites.Right before   36  Kennedy Airport in New York,my grandma   37  me of the behavior of the native mosquitoes around the   38  like me.She said,“There’s an old saying—the   39  you stay away from the motherland,the sweeter your blood   40  to the mosquitoes.”Not   41   it,I replied,“Grandmaaaa,that’s just an old wives’ tale!”
    Well,less than a week   42  my arrival in Manila,I was already carpeted with a   43  of mosquito bites.I took many measures to keep myself from being   44  ,but they all proved useless.
    Late one   45  in my cousin’s home,I couldn’t bear the   46  of the bites.Hoping to find some comfort,I   47  my cousin,who was sleeping peacefully in the bed next to mine.Unhappy for being   48  she said,“There is nothing you can do.Go back to sleep.”With a few turns,she slept again.Enviously(妒忌地)   49  her sleep,I hoped a big mosquito would
       50  on her face.However,the mosquitoes would just lightly dance around her forehead and fly away quickly,never biting her.Amazed(惊奇的),I ran to others’   51  ,only to find they were all sleeping   52  as the same thing occurred again and again.
    From those bites,I came to   53  my grandma’s silly tale.From then on,I’ve always tried to keep a(n)   54  mind about those strange old wives’ tales   55  they do have some truth to them.
    36.A.leaving                 B.passing               C.visiting                            D.finding
    37.A.persuaded             B.reminded            C.warned                      D.informed
    38.A.students                B.foreigners           C.passengers                 D.visitors
    39.A.earlier                  B.longer                C.sooner                       D.later
    40.A.grows                   B.goes                   C.flows                        D.remains
    41.A.expecting              B.understanding     C.recognizing               D.believing
    42.A.after                     B.before                C.when                        D.as
    43.A.shade                   B.pile                    C.cloud                        D.blanket
    44.A.touched                B.bitten                 C.defeated                    D.discovered
    45.A.morning               B.afternoon           C.evening                     D.night
    46.A.noise                    B.hit                            C.pain                          D.effect
    47.A.woke up               B.shouted at           C.looked for                 D.dropped on
    48.A.blamed                 B.interrupted         C.moved                      D.frightened
    49.A.having                  B.watching            C.making                            D.helping
    50.A.land                            B.fly                     C.fall                           D.wait
    51.A.houses                  B.flats                   C.rooms                       D.homes
    52.A.joyfully                B.anxiously           C.soundlessly                D.worriedly
    53.A.tell                       B.know                 C.remember                  D.accept
    54.A.open                    B.active                 C.clear                         D.honest
    55.A.and                      B.so                      C.because                     D.until

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  • I believe that my country,Poland,is a perfect example for a place where food is particularly important.When we were little children,we began to understand how much a loaf of bread meant to our parents—to some it might sound silly but for me the custom of kissing bread before you started cutting it was simply amazing.It’s not so common nowadays to treat food that way,since you hardly ever bake your own bread.Besides,everyone would call you crazy if you tried to kiss every bread roll before you ate them!But though we no longer make our food from scratch(起点),some customs have been kept—that’s why I feel so sorry every time I have to throw any food away—even though I no longer live with my parents and nobody would blame me for this anymore!
    Many people of our nation are still working as farmers,eating what they grow and harvest and therefore enjoying everything more.It’s widely known that you value more anything that needs your effort in the first place.In most homes in Poland,especially those of farmers,the whole family would try and have their meals together—extremely difficult now,but so rewarding(值得)!You can share other members’ troubles and successes,give your children some attention,or just sit down for a moment instead of rushing through life aimlessly.Furthermore,your body,and stomach in particular will be very grateful(感激) for such a time!
    In Poland,a wedding,Christmas or even a birthday is celebrated with a great meal.Women in the house get together and cook,sometimes for a few days before the event,and the extremely good or unusual food will be remembered and widely talked about.
    You cannot over-value the importance of food in the country.What’s more,almost everyone in Poland will be as interested in the topic as I am.
    【小题1】When the writer was a child,he/she______.
    A.found people were crazy about bread4 I4 b. J. O X, h- D3 h
    B.began to realize the importance of food' X! G; F' J9 ]( O, A
    C.thought that cutting bread was amazing
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    D.learned people hardly baked their own bread5 f+ H4 D( d# g- g. U% N
    【小题2】The writer feels very sorry when he/she has to throw away any food because______.
    A.he/she makes food from scratch g- ]" B1 b' N( S& Z
    B.his/her parents would blame him/her5 [' f4 Y1 C8 V; ^8 M+ O
    C.some customs still have effect on him/her5 ?3 @( f* f& \! _! d
    D.many people are still working hard as farmers* \0 E" B8 ], W- X( b, H
    【小题3】From the text,we can learn that,in Poland,_______.
    A.most meals can be interesting topics for a long time: j% b ]. G- c
    B.the whole family often have meals together nowadays
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    C.it’s common for women to get together to cook for a few days5 G4 S2 b0 j$ D, `* h# O C
    D.family members can know more about each other by having meals together3 E) N2 W( T" W4 L6 i9 J

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  • Jim suffered heart problems.In conversation he expressed little joy and it seemed that his life was drawing to a close.
    When his heart problems led to operation,Jim went through it successfully,and a full recovery was expected.Within days,however,his heart was not beating properly.Jim was rushed back to operation,but nothing was found to explain the cause of his illness.He died on the operating table on the day before his 48th birthday.
    Dr.Bruce Smoller,a psychologist(心理学家),had had many conversations with him,and the more he learned,the stranger he realized Jim’s case was.When Jim was a child,his father,a teacher,suffered a heart attack and stayed home to recover.One morning Jim asked his father to look over his homework,promising to come home from school at noon to pick it up.His father agreed,but when Jim returned his father had died.Jim’s father was 48.
    “I think all his life Jim believed he killed his father,”Dr. Smoller says.“He felt that if he had not asked him to look at his homework,his father would have lived.Jim had been troubled by the idea.The operation was the trial(判决) he had expected for forty years.”Smoller believes that Jim willed himself not to live to the age of 48.
    Jim’s case shows the powerful role that attitude(态度) plays in physical health,and that childhood experiences produce far-reaching effect on the health of grown-ups.Although most cases are less direct than Jim’s,studies show that childhood events,besides genes,may well cause such midlife diseases as cancer,heart disease and mental illness.
    【小题1】Jim was sent back to operation because______.
    A.his heart didn’t work well
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    B.he expected a full recovery+ ^0 R% B/ C( A$ L O
    C.his life was drawing to a close
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    D.the first one wasn’t well performed& g& I: Y& W6 ]# T
    【小题2】What made Dr. Smoller feel strange about Jim’s case?
    A.Jim died at a young age.6 X# Y1 E+ P' B! ]
    B.Jim died on the operating table.4 S2 P! S4 d5 E3 g6 Y/ U
    C.Both Jim and his father died of the same disease.% T' b9 W5 X" H- C- A" a) f
    D.Jim’s death is closely connected with his father’s.
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    【小题3】From Smoller’s words,we can infer that______.
    A.Jim’s father cared little about his study2 i3 H& c9 e8 M' d4 f
    B.Smoller agreed that Jim did kill his father" g- V$ S9 I3 Q" f1 G3 D
    C.Jim thought he would be punished some day5 E$ U1 B3 K( [( F$ @; T; V/ B' C+ P
    D.Smoller believed Jim wouldn’t live to the age of 48. R0 a5 [- X& @5 `
    【小题4】Which of the following could have strong effect on one’s physical health according to the text?
    a.One’s genes.
    b.One’s life in childhood.
    c.One’s physical education.
    d.The date of one’s birthday.
    e.The opinions one has about something.
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    C.a,c,e$ R+ e$ _* h! [: a+ O! d+ M% [ D.b,c,d; g8 Z: T7 I/ \4 [6 Y. J

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