7.Sherry: How do you drink your coffee? Do you take sugar?
Phoebe:......... . I really love to make it sweet.
(A)I like it very much (B)I am going to make a few cakes
(C)No thanks, ketchup is fine (D)Yes, two, please
8.Waiter: How would you like your steak?
Waiter: It will be ready in 15 minutes.
(A) Yes, I like American beef
(B) I like it medium rare
(C)I need to check the price
(D)No, I do not like it at all
9.Jill: I am sorry. I told our boss you have a part-time job.
May: You told him? Why?
Jill:........... He’d fire me if I did not tell him the truth.
(A)Lucky you (B)I couldn’t help it
(C) So it was bad news
(D) I can’t make up my mind
11. Once, food was defined by a very small geographic zone, prescribed by the products and traditions in that area.
Where there were wars, food was modified. Arabs conquered Europe; cane sugar went with them. The Chinese entered
Japan and the soybean entered the Japanese diet. Immigration left a mark, too. Jews fleeing Portugal brought chocolate to
southwestern France. African slaves brought frying and okra to the Caribbean and the American South. It seemed every
time a royal marriage was arranged in France, the cuisine gained a few ingredients and dishes. Modern historians question
the influence of Catherine de’ Medici when she arrived in Paris in 1533 at the age of 14, with an extensive Italian cooking
staff. The event probably did not revolutionize French cooking as is sometimes suggested, but it did bring the artichoke
north. And when Louis XVI married Marie Antoinette from Lorraine, sauerkraut became fashionable in Paris and
remained popular far longer than she did. 【題組】46 This passage is about.
(A)a conflict between local and international food
(B)the relationship between food and a certain place
(C)the transmission of food from one place to another
(D)an introduction to traditional food in different countries
12.【題組】47 Chocolate entered southwestern France because of.
(A)the war between Arabs and Europe (B)Jewish immigrants from Portugal
(C)African slaves’ coming into Europe (D)the king’s marriage to a foreign lady
14.【題組】49 What was the influence of Catherine de’ Medici, according to the writer?
(A) great number of French cooks came to Italy. (B)French cooking underwent a dramatic change.
(C)The artichoke thus entered the French diet. (D)German cuisine became fashionable in Paris.
15.【題組】50 The last sentence of this passage implies that.
(A)The popularity of a dish could last longer than a queen’s
(B)Sauerkraut was no longer fashionable after the queen died.
(C)The queen was not popular from the very beginning.
(D)The French would easily accept a foreign dish.