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1.21. Playing tricks on others is we should never do.
(A)anything
(B)something
(C)everything
(D)nothing
2.22. -- for the glass! -- It's OK. I'm wearing shoes.
(A)Look out
(B)Walk out
(C)Go out
(D)Set out
3.23. I work in a business almost everyone is waiting for a great chance.
(A)how
(B)which
(C)where
(D)that
4.24. I think Father would like to know I've been up to so far, so I decide to send him a quick note.
(A)which
(B)why
(C)what
(D)how
5.25. Turn on the television or open a magazine and you advertisements showing happy families.
(A)will often see
(B)often see
(C)are often seeing
(D)have often seen
6.26. For a long time they walked without saying word. Jim was the first to break silence.
(A)the; a
(B)a; the
(C)a; /
(D)the; /
7.27. Everyone was on time for the meeting -- Chris, who's usually ten minutes late for everything.
(A)but
(B)only
(C)even
(D)yet
8.28. -- Excuse me, but I want to use your computer to type a report. -- You have my computer if you don't take care of it.
(A)shan't
(B)might not
(C)needn't
(D)shouldn't
9.29. That doesn't sound very frightening, Paul. I've seen . What did you like most about the film?
(A)better
(B)worse
(C)best
(D)worst
10.30. He accidentally he had quarreled with his wife and that he hadn't been home for a couple of weeks.
(A)let out
(B)took care
(C)made sure
(D)made out
11.31. -- I hear Jane has gone to the Holy Island for her holiday. -- Oh, how nice!
(D)you know when she ?
(A)was leaving
(B)had left
(C)has left
(D)left
12.32. You can't wear a blue jacket that shirt -- it'll look terrible.
(A)on
(B)above
(C)up
(D)over
13.33. You were silly not your car.
(A)to lock
(B)to have locked
(C)locking
(D)having locked
14.34. They've us 150,000 for the house. Shall we take it?
(A)provided
(B)supplied
(C)shown
(D)offered
15.35. -- Now, where is my purse? -- ! We'll be late for the picnic.
(A)Take your time
(B)Don't worry
(C)Come on
(D)Take it easy
16.
I grew up in a community called Estepona. I was 16 when one morning, Dad told me I could  drive him into a   36   village called Mijas, on condition that I took the car in to be   37   at  
a nearby garage. I readily accepted. I drove Dad into Mijas, and   38   to pick him up at 4 pm,  
then dropped off the car at the   39  . With several hours to spare, I went to a theater.    
  40  ,when the last movie finished, it was six. I was two hours late!  
 I knew Dad would be angry if he   41   I'd been watching movies. So I decided not to tell  
him the truth. When I  42   there I apologized for being late, and told him I'd  43  as quickly  
as I could, but that the car had needed some major repairs. I'll never forget the   44   he gave  
me.  
"I?m disappointed you   45   you have to lie to me, Jason." Dad looked at me again.  
"When you didn't  46  , I called the garage to ask if there were any  47  , and they told me you  
hadn't yet picked up the car." I felt   48  as I weakly told him the real reason.
(A)49  passed  
through Dad as he listened attentively. "I'm angry with  50 . I realize I've failed as a father. I'm  
going to walk home now and think seriously about  51  I've gone wrong all these years." "But  
Dad, it's 18 miles!" My protests and apologies were  52 . Dad walked home that day. I drove  
behind him,  53  him all the way, but he walked silently.  
 Seeing Dad in so much   54   and emotional pain was my most painful experience.  
However, it was   55   the most successful lesson. I have never lied since.  

【題組】36.
(A)lonely
(B)small
(C)distant
(D)familiar
17.【題組】37.
(A)kept
(B)washed
(C)watched
(D)serviced
18.【題組】38.
(A)agreed
(B)planned
(C)determined
(D)promised
19.【題組】39.
(A)village
(B)community
(C)garage
(D)theater
20.【題組】40.
(A)However
(B)Then
(C)Therefore
(D)Still
21.【題組】41.
(A)realized
(B)found out
(C)thought
(D)figured out
22.【題組】42.
(A)went
(B)ran
(C)walked
(D)hurried
23.【題組】43.
(A)started
(B)left
(C)arrived
(D)come
24.【題組】44.
(A)word
(B)face
(C)look
(D)appearance
25.【題組】45.
(A)find
(B)decide
(C)believe
(D)feel
26.【題組】46.
(A)turn up
(B)drive out
(C)go away
(D)come out
27.【題組】47.
(A)questions
(B)problems
(C)mistakes
(D)faults
28.【題組】48.
(A)ashamed
(B)frightened
(C)nervous
(D)surprised
29.【題組】49.
(A)nervousness
(B)sadness
(C)silence
(D)thought
30.【題組】50.
(A)you
(B)myself
(C)me
(D)yourself
31.【題組】51.
(A)where
(B)how
(C)why
(D)when
32.【題組】52.
(A)meaningless
(B)useless
(C)helpless
(D)worthless
33.【題組】53.
(A)asking
(B)persuading
(C)begging
(D)following
34.【題組】54.
(A)physical
(B)practical
(C)personal
(D)natural
35.【題組】55.
(A)indeed
(B)always
(C)also
(D)almost
36.
  The private automobile (私家车) has long played an important role in the United States. In  
fact, it has become a necessary and important part of the American way of life. In 1986, sixty-nine  
percent of American families owned at least one car, and thirty-eight percent had more than one.  
(B)giving workers rapid transportation, the automobile has freed them from having to live near  
their place of work. This has encouraged the growth of the cities, but it has also led to traffic  
problems.  
     For farm families the automobile is very helpful. It has made it possible for them to travel to  
town very often for business and for pleasure, and also to transport their children to distant  
schools.  
     Family life has been affected (影响) in various ways. The car helps to keep families  
together when it is used for picnics, outings, and other shared experiences. However, when  
teenage children have the use of the car, their parents can't keep an eye on them. There is a great  
danger if the driver has been drinking alcohol or taking drugs -- or is "showing off' by speeding or  
breaking other traffic laws. Mothers of victims (受害者) of such accidents have formed an  
organization called MA
(D)(Mothers Against Drunk Driving). These women want to prevent  
further tragedies (悲剧). They have worked to encourage the government to limit the youngest  
drinking age. Students have formed a similar organization, SA
(D)(Students Against Drunk  
Driving) and are spreading the same message among their friends.  
      For many Americans the automobile is a necessity. But for some, it is also a mark of social  
position and for young people, a sign of becoming an adult. Altogether, cars mean very much to   
Americans.  

【題組】56.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the text?
(A)Cars have encouraged the growth of the cities.
(B)Cars can bring families together when they go for picnics.
(C)Cars have enabled people to live far from their place of work.
(D)Cars help city families to transport their children to faraway schools.
37.【題組】57. What has been done to deal with the problem of drunk driving?
(A)Parents have paid more attention to their children.
(B)Some organizations have been set up against drunk driving.
(C)Mothers have tried to persuade their children not to drink alcohol.
(D)University students have asked the government to solve the problem.
38.【題組】58. We can infer from the text that in America.
(A)it will be more difficult for people to get new cars
(B)parents will not allow their children to have their own cars
(C)the government will encourage people to use public transportation
(D)cars will still be popular though they have caused many problems
39.
   The University is in Princeton, New Jersey. It is an hour's train ride south of New York City  
and an hour's train ride north of Philadelphia.  
     Students  
     There are 4,600 undergraduates (本科生). There are also 1,900 graduate students, but  
Princeton is unusual among universities in having a student body made up largely of  
undergraduates.  
     Faculty  
     Princeton has about 700 full-time faculty members (教员). There are another 300 or so  part-time and visiting faculty. All faculty members at Princeton are expected to teach and research.  
     Degrees  
     Princeton offers two undergraduate degrees: the bachelor (学士) of arts (A.B.) degree and  
the bachelor of science in engineering (B.S.E.) degree.  
     Academic Year  
   
(A)academic year runs from September to late May and lasts two terms (fall and spring).
(A)
normal course load is four or five courses per term, although many students take extra courses.  
    Residences  
    Princeton provides housing for all undergraduate students. Freshmen and second-year  
students are required to spend their first two years in one of five colleges. Each college has its own  
dining hall, common rooms, and computer centers.  
    Fees and Expenses (Academic Year 2004-2005)  
    Tuition (学费): $29,910  
    Room and board: $ 8,387  
    Other expenses (books, telephone, etc.): $ 3,083  
    Total: $ 41,380  

【題組】59. How many kinds of faculty members are there in Princeton University?
(A)One.
(B)Two.
(C)Three,
(D)Four.
40.【題組】60. In Princeton University, an undergraduate will pay at least ______ for the Academic Year 2004-2005 besides tuition.
(A)$ 41,380
(B)$ 52,850
(C)$11,470
(D)$ 8,387
41.【題組】61. In what way is Princeton University different from other American universities according to the text?
(A)It has five colleges.
(B)Its students are mainly undergraduates.
(C)It provides housing for all undergraduate students.
(D)All the faculty members at Princeton are expected to teach and research.
42.【題組】62. Which of the following is NOT true?
(A)Princeton offers two undergraduate degrees.
(B)
(A)academic year lasts about nine months in Princeton University.
(C)Undergraduates should spend their first two years in one of five colleges.
(D)It's about an hour's train ride from Princeton University to the north of New York City.
43.
 Sometimes, something that is considered to be negative turns out to be an advantage on the  
job. Though he is only 18 years old and blind, Suleyman Gokyigit is among the top computer   
technicians and programmers at InteliData Technologies Corp., a large software company with   
several offices across the United States.  
     "After our company united with another one last October, two different computer networks  
were driving us crazy," recalls Douglas Braun, the InteliData president. "We couldn't even send  
e-mail to each other." In three weeks Mr. Gokyigit created the software needed to connect the two  
networks. "None of the company's 350 other employees could have done the job in three months,"  
says Mr. Braun. "Suleyman can 'see' into the heart of the computer."  
      Mr. Gokyigit's gift, as Mr. Braun calls it, is an unusual ability to form an idea of the inside  of a machine. "The computer permits me to reach out into the world and do almost anything I  
want to do," says Mr. Gokyigit.  
      The young programmer is at home with hardware as well, thanks partly to a highly  
developed sense of touch. Mitzi Nowakowski, an office manager at InteliData, remembers how he  
easily disconnected and reconnected their computer systems during a move last year. "Through  
feel, Suleyman can find the position of connectors, pins and wires much faster than most other  
people with sight," he says.  
     Much of the student programmer's speed comes from his ability not to be interrupted while  
at the computer. When typing, he listens carefully to the synthesizer (合成器). His long, thin  
fingers fly over the keyboard. "Nothing seems to shake his attention," says Mrs. Nowakowski, his  
boss.  
    Mr. Gokyigit is the only company employee who is available (可找到的) 24 hours a day.  
"We consider him our top problem solver," says Mr. Braun.  

【題組】63.According to Mr. Braun, Suleyman_______
(A)can work wonders on computer
(B)is the best technician in the world
(C)has done a hard job in three months
(D)has united InteliData Technologies Corp. with another computer company
44.【題組】64. The underlined part "is at home with hardware" ( paragraph 4 ) means_______
(A)is good at dealing with computer hardware
(B)is fond of computer hardware
(C)works with computer hardware at home
(D)feels comfortable when working with computer hardware
45.【題組】65. Suleyman was quick while at the computer mostly because of_______
(A)his blindness
(B)his attention on the synthesizer
(C)his long, thin fingers
(D)his ability not to be interrupted
46.【題組】66. What does the text mainly tell us?
(A)Computer technicians are more likely to be gifted.
(B)One's disadvantages may prove to be advantages.
(C)The disabled can also play an important role in society.
(D)Top computer scientists have unusual abilities to form ideas of computers.
47.
 you want to live another 100 years or more? Some experts say that scientific advances  
will one day enable humans to last tens of years beyond what is now seen as the natural limit of  
the human life span.  
     "I think we are knocking at the door of immortality (永生)," said Michael Zey, a Montclair  
State University business professor and author of two books on the future. "I think by 2075 we  
will see it and that's a conservative estimate (保守的估计)."  

(A)the conference in San Francisco, Donald Louria, a professor at New Jersey Medical  
School in Newark said advances in using genes as well as nanotechnology (拉米技术) make it  
likely that humans will live in the future beyond what has been possible in the past. "There is a  
great push so that people can live from 120 to 180 years," he said. "Some have suggested that  
there is no limit and that people could live to 200 or 300 or 500 years."       However, many scientists who specialize in ageing are doubtful about it and say the human  
body is just not designed to last past about 120 years. Even with healthier lifestyles and less  
disease, they say failure of the brain and organs will finally lead all humans to death.  
     Scientists also differ on what kind of life the super aged might live. "It remains to be seen if  
you pass 120, you know; could you be healthy enough to have good quality of life?" said Leonard  
Poon, director of the University of Georgia Gerontology Centre. "
(A)present people who could get  
to that point are not in good health at all."  

【題組】67. saying "we are knocking at the door of immortality", Michael Zey means___
(A)they believe that there is no limit of living
(B)they are sure to find the truth about long living
(C)they have got some ideas about living forever
(D)they are able to make people live past the present life span
48.【題組】68. Donald Louria's attitude toward long living is that________
(A)people can live from 120 to 180
(B)it is still doubtful how long humans can live
(C)the human body is designed to last past about 120 years
(D)it is possible for humans to live longer in the future
49.【題組】69. The underlined "it" ( paragraph 4 ) refers to________
(A)a great push
(B)the idea of living beyond the present life span
(C)the idea of living from 200 to 300 years
(D)the conservative estimate
50.【題組】70. What would be the best title for this text?
(A)Living Longer or Not
(B)Science, Technology and Long Living
(C)No Limit for Human Life
(D)Healthy Lifestyle and Long Living
51.
 One of Britain's bravest women told yesterday how she helped to catch suspected (可疑的)  
police killer David Bieber -- and was thanked with flowers by the police. It was also said that she  
could be in line for a share of up to 30,000 reward money.  
     Vicki Brown, 30, played a very important role in ending the nationwide manhunt. Vicki,  
who has worked at the Royal Hotel for four years, told of her terrible experience when she had to  
steal into Bieber's bedroom and to watch him secretly. Then she waited alone for three hours while  
armed police prepared to storm the building.  
     She said: "I was very nervous. But when I opened the hotel door and saw 20 armed  
policemen lined up in the car park I was so glad they were there."  
     The alarm had been raised because Vicki became suspicious (怀疑) of the guest who  
checked in at 3 pm the day before New Year's Eve with little luggage and wearing sunglasses and  
a hat pulled down over his face. She said: "He didn't seem to want to talk too much and make any  
eye contact (接触)." Vicki, the only employee on duty, called her bosses Margaret, 64, and  
husband Stan McKale, 65, who phoned the police at 11 pm.  
     Officers from Northumbria Police called Vicki at the hotel in Dunston, Gateshead, at about  
 11:30 pm to make sure that this was the wanted man. Then they kept in touch by phoning Vicki  every 15 minutes.  
     "It was about ten past two in the morning when the phone went again and a policeman said  
'Would you go and make yourself known to the armed officers outside?'. My heart missed a beat."  
     Vicki quietly showed eight armed officers through passages and staircases to the top floor  
room and handed over the key.  
     "I realized that my bedroom window overlooks that part of the hotel, so I went to watch. I  
could not see into the man's room, but I could see the passage. The police kept shouting at the man  
to come out with his hands showing. Then suddenly he must have come out because they shouted  
for him to lie down while he was handcuffed (戴上手铐)."  

【題組】71.The underlined phrase "be in line for" ( paragraph 1 ) means____
(A)get
(B)be paid
(C)ask for
(D)own
52.【題組】72. Vicki became suspicious of David Bieber because_____
(A)the police called her
(B)he looked very strange
(C)he came to the hotel with little luggage
(D)he came to the hotel the day before New Year's Eve
53.【題組】73. Vicki's heart missed a beat because______
(A)the phone went again
(B)she would be famous
(C)the policemen had already arrived
(D)she saw 20 policemen in the car park
54.【題組】74. David Bieber was most probably handcuffed in_______
(A)the passage
(B)the man's room
(C)Vicki's bedroom
(D)the top floor room
55.【題組】75. The whole event probably lasted about hours from the moment Bieber came to the hotel to the arrival of some armed officers.
(A)6
(B)8
(C)11
(D)14