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1.21. Our nerghbors gave _____ a baby bird yesterday that hurt ______ when it fell from its nest.
(A)us,it
(B)us,itself
(C)ourselves, itself
(D)ourselves, it
2.22. Have you heard ______ news?The piece of _______ petrol is going up again!
(A)the, the
(B)不填,the
(C)the, 不填
(D)不填,不填
3.23. I thought we’d be late for the concert, ______ we ended up getting there ahead of time.
(A)but
(B)or
(C)so
(D) for
4.24. _______ the website of the Fire Department in your city, and you will learn a lot about Firefighting.
(A)Having searched
(B)To search
(C)Searching
(D)Search
5.25. Last nighy Mr. Crook didn’t come back at the usual time. ______, he met some friends and Stayed out until midnight.
(A)Meanwhile
(B)However
(C)Instead
(D)Yet
6.26. The trees _____ in the storm have been moved off the road.
(A)being blown down
(B)blown down
(C)blowing down
(D) to blow down
7.27. — When did you last hear ______ Jay? — He phoned me this morning, and we agreed ______ a time and place to meet.
(A) of, to
(B)about, with
(C)from, with
(D)from, on
8.28. You don’t have to know the name of the author to find a book. You _____ find the book by the title.
(A)must
(B)need
(C)can
(D) would
9.29. When asked _____ they needed most, the kids said they wanted to feel important and loved.
(A)what
(B)why
(C)whom
(D)which
10.30. _____ the project as planned, we’ll have to work two more hours a day.
(A)Completing
(B)Complete
(C)Completed
(D) To complete
11.31. The growing speed of a plant is influenced by a number of factors, _____ are beyond our control.
(A)most of them
(B)most of which
(C)most of what
(D)most of that
12.32. I called Hnnah many times yesterday evening, but I couldn’t get through. Her brother _____ on the phone all the time!
(A) was talking
(B)has been talking
(C)has talked
(D) talked
13.33. _____ the Internet is of great help. I don’t think it’s a good idea to spend too much time on it.
(A)If
(B)While
(C)Because
(D) A
14.34. Susan wanted to be independent of her parents. She tried _____ alone, but she didn’t like it and moved back home.
(A)living
(B)to live
(C)to be living
(D)having lived
15.35. — Do you have any problems if you ______ this job? — Well, I’m thinking about the salary….
(A)offer
(B)will offer
(C)are offered
(D)will be offered
16..第二节 完型填空(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,然后从第36.至55小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 “This Friday we’ll have the yearly Egg Drop Challenge,” said our science teacher, Mr. Baker. “ You can work alone with a parter.” My friend, Cassie, and I smiled at each other. We always worked on projects 36. The 37 of the Challenge was simple— to build a projective container to keep an egg from breaking when 38 the stadium wall. I made my sandwich that afternoon while waiting for Cassie. 39 the butter-cream gave me an idea. “I have a brilliant design for our 40 container!” I said when Cassie arrived. “We can 41 the egg with some buttercream. “Why not put the egg in a basket with a parachute(降落伞) 42 ?” Cassie rolled her eys.” The parachute is better than that stupic idea.” I couldn’t believe it. Of course we’d had our little 43 in the past, but she’d never called any of my ideas “44” before. “Then I’ll build mine and you build yours!” 45 words had been out, our friendship was challenged. When Friday finally arrived, I had to 46 Cassie’s Egg Force One looked pretty good. 47, my Egg-cellent Egg Cream didn’t look quite scientific. We kids carried our containers up three stadium steps and dropped them over the side wall. Those whose eggs broke were out; those whose egg survived 48 three more steps and dropped them again. This would go on till the last egg broke. After four rounds, only Cassie and I were 49 . I let go of my box. I heard someone say “ew” after seconds. Had my egg broken? I raced down the 50. The sidewalk was dotted with egg shell(蛋壳) from those 51 drops. Finally I found my little Egg-cellent Egg Cream. “That looks like egg drop soup, Laura,” Cassie said. She was holding her Egg Force One. My 52 raced. Had she won? I looked at her basket. 53. “My egg bounced 54,” she explained, pointing to a broken shell. “A tie(平局),” Mr Baker said.
【題組】36 Cassie looked at me, and her glare 55. I laughed. She smiled…
(A)patiently
(B)silently
(C)together
(D) alone
17.【題組】37.
(A)function
(B)goal
(C)reason
(D)result
18.【題組】38.
(A)rolled down
(B)pushed against
(C)thrown at
(D)dropped over
19.【題組】39.
(A)Spreading
(B)Boiling
(C)Baking
(D) Holding
20.【題組】40.
(A)butter
(B)sandwich
(C)cream
(D) egg
21.【題組】41.
(A)project
(B)replace
(C)carry
(D) mix
22.【題組】42.
(A)followed
(B)covered
(C)attached
(D)supported
23.【題組】43.
(A)ideas
(B)fights
(C)worries
(D)challenges
24.【題組】44.
(A)wrong
(B)stupid
(C)brilliant
(D)scientific
25.【題組】45.
(A)Since
(B)While
(C)But
(D)And
26.【題組】46.
(A)explain
(B)deny
(C)admit
(D)prove
27.【題組】47.
(A)Therefore
(B)Anyway
(C)Otherwise
(D)Besides
28.【題組】48.
(A)paced down
(B)turned around
(C)walked up
(D)went back
29.【題組】49.
(A)left
(B)wanted
(C)chose
(D)discovered
30.【題組】50.
(A)steps
(B)way
(C)wall
(D)sidewalk
31.【題組】51.
(A)intended
(B)unexpected
(C)failed
(D)desired
32.52.
(A)eys
(B)hands
(C)feet
(D) heart
33..第二节 完型填空(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,然后从第36.至55小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 “This Friday we’ll have the yearly Egg Drop Challenge,” said our science teacher, Mr. Baker. “ You can work alone with a parter.” My friend, Cassie, and I smiled at each other. We always worked on projects 36. The 37 of the Challenge was simple— to build a projective container to keep an egg from breaking when 38 the stadium wall. I made my sandwich that afternoon while waiting for Cassie. 39 the butter-cream gave me an idea. “I have a brilliant design for our 40 container!” I said when Cassie arrived. “We can 41 the egg with some buttercream. “Why not put the egg in a basket with a parachute(降落伞) 42 ?” Cassie rolled her eys.” The parachute is better than that stupic idea.” I couldn’t believe it. Of course we’d had our little 43 in the past, but she’d never called any of my ideas “44” before. “Then I’ll build mine and you build yours!” 45 words had been out, our friendship was challenged. When Friday finally arrived, I had to 46 Cassie’s Egg Force One looked pretty good. 47, my Egg-cellent Egg Cream didn’t look quite scientific. We kids carried our containers up three stadium steps and dropped them over the side wall. Those whose eggs broke were out; those whose egg survived 48 three more steps and dropped them again. This would go on till the last egg broke. After four rounds, only Cassie and I were 49 . I let go of my box. I heard someone say “ew” after seconds. Had my egg broken? I raced down the 50. The sidewalk was dotted with egg shell(蛋壳) from those 51 drops. Finally I found my little Egg-cellent Egg Cream. “That looks like egg drop soup, Laura,” Cassie said. She was holding her Egg Force One. My 52 raced. Had she won? I looked at her basket. 53. “My egg bounced 54,” she explained, pointing to a broken shell. “A tie(平局),” Mr Baker said.
【題組】53.
(A)Lost
(B)Dirty
(C)Broken
(D) Empty
34.【題組】54.
(A)around
(B)out
(C)in
(D) down
35.【題組】55.
(A)returned
(B)remained
(C)increased
(D)softened
36.第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) 第一节 选择题(共17小题,每小题2分,满分34分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Western New Bridge Library Announcement 2008-3-10 Shortened Library Hours for Spring Break Library Hours have been shortened to 7 hours a day (9:00 a.m. – 4:00p.m.) for Spring Break from March 24 to March 30. Coming Events  On Monday, March 24, at 10:30 a.m., Scott Sutton, a children’s writer, will tell stories to kid over sever. Sutton’s attractive style will surely inspire everyone present!  A1:00 p.m., on March 26, the Geogetown Musicians will present an Irish Folk Concert, which will be entertaining for the entire family. Come for the music and stay to check out some relevant books for the rest of the week!  On Thursday, March 27, at 2:00 p.m., the annual Children’s Gathering will take place in Room 201, the second-floor. Pick up an invitation in the Children’s Room and return your RSVP(回复) to reserve your seat at the table by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25. Only children are allowed in the Gathering.  A10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 28, Enzo Monfre of the hit kid’s science show, ENZOology, will bring Fossils Live! Surely Enzo will take the audience back in time, deep beneath the surface of the earth, to uncover the mysteries of killer dinosaurs, and more. Enzo recently appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show—come and see him at the library! Please note:In case of emergency, please call the Help Desk at 926-3736 and follow the procedures outlined on the voice message. The call-down servive is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies. The Help Desk supplies service to you all the year around! For questions about all these, please cntact hld@wnbl.corg. Come for the great Fun; Stay for the relevant Books!
【題組】56. To attend the annual Children’s Gathering, one has to _____.
(A)buy a ticket
(B)apply in advance
(C)make a reservation
(D)contact the call-down service
37.【題組】57. According to the passage, Enzo Monfre will ______.
(A)show the children around a zoo
(B)tell stories to children over seven
(C)be present at the science show in person
(D) lead the children to the Ellen DeGenerse Show
38.【題組】58. The Help Desk in this library supplies service ______.
(A)only during the daytime
(B)in case of emergency
(C)till the end of the Spring Break
(D)after 22:00 p.m. every day
39.【題組】59. We can learn from the passage that children can ______.
(A)attend all the activities with their parents
(B)borrow some relevant books for the activities.
(C)participate in the activities form 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(D)choose only one of the activities according to their interst
40.B Most young architects—particularly those in big cities— can only dream about working in a building of their own. And making that dream come true often means finding a building no one else seems to want, which is exactly what happened to David Yocum and his parter, Brain Bell. Their building is a former automobile electrical-parts film in Atlanta. Form the outside, it looks too old, even something horrible, but open the door and you are in a wide, open courtyard, lined on three sides with rusting(生锈的)walls. In 2000, Yocum and Bell found this building in the city’s West End. Built in 1947, the structure had been abandoned years earlier and the roof of the main building had fallen down. But the price was right, so Yocum bought it. He spent eight months of his off-hours on demolition(排除), pulling rubbish out through the roof, because it was too dangerous to go inside the building. The demolition was hard work, but it gave him time to think about what he wanted to do, and “to treasure what was there— the walls, the rust, the light.” Yocum said. “Every season, more paint falls off the walls and more rust develops. It’s like an art installation(装置) in there—a slow-motion show.” Since the back building hade been constructed without windows, an all-glass front was added to the building to give it a view of the courtyard, and skylights were installed in the roof. The back fo the building is a working area and a living room for Yocum and his wife. A sort of buffer(缓冲) zone between the front and the back contains a bathroom, a kitchen and a mechanical room, and the walls that separate these zones have openings that allpw views through to the front of the studio and the courtyard beyond. Yocum and Bell, who have just completed an art gallery for the city, feel that the experience from the decoration of their building, focusing on the inside rather than the outside, has influenced their work. It has also given these architers a chance to show how they can make more out of less.
【題組】60. According to the passage, it is _______ for most young architects in big cities to work in a Building of their own.
(A)easy
(B)unnecessary
(C)unrealistic
(D)common
41.【題組】61. Yocum bought the old building because _____.
(A)it was a bargain to him
(B)it was still in good condition
(C)it was located in the city center
(D) it looked attractive from the outside
42.【題組】62. Working on the old building, Yocum and Bell _______.
(A)pulled rubbish out through the roof
(B)removed the skylights from the bathroom
(C)presentd a slow-motion show in an art gallery
(D) built a kitchen at the back part of the old buiding
43.【題組】63. It can be inferred from the passage that Yocum and Bell _____.
(A)benefited a lot from pulling down the roof
(B)turned more old buildings into art galleries
(C)got inspiration from decorating their old building
(D) paid more attention to the outside of the art gallery
44.【題組】64. The main idea of the passage is that ______.
(A)people can learn a lot from their failures.
(B)it is worthwhile to spend money on an old building
(C)people should not judge things by their appearance
(D)creative people can make the best of what they have
45.C You’re sitting on the train home and the person opposite you yawns(打哈欠). Suddenly, you’re yawning with him, though you’re not tired. This phenomenon confused scientists for years until a recent study found that people tend to sympathize with fellow humans. Supporting this claim was the discovery that those children who were unable to form normal emotional ties with others did not experience contagious(有感染力的) yawning, which showed that humans communicate regularly with out words. Hugo Critchley, a neuroscientist, has conducted an experiment recently, which will prove that happiness and sadness can spread like the common cold. According to Critechley, our mind and body are in constant exchange about how we’re feeling. “Emotions are closely linked with states of internal(内部的) responses,” he explained. “ There are also more visible changes in our gestures and facial expression. When we’re in a group, these signals can spread to another person. For example, there’s the obvious tendency to smile when smiled at and there are less obvious changes that reflect emotions of surprise, anger or sadness such as a change in our heart rate and blood pressure. Hugo Critchley further explained, “Our bodies synchronies and when we like the other person, we ever copy his behavior. Next time you chat with a friend, take note fo how you’re sitting— it’s pretty likely that you will be the same. Scientists believe it’s our way of telling each other that we’re partners. Through body language, humans give each other very subtle(微妙的) but clear signals that show emotions.” So, what lessons can we learn from this? “ Spend time with happy people— otherwise your health could suffer,” said Critchley.” When we’re sad, our body goes into fight or flight mode. But when we’re happy, our body works normally and we feel relaxed and positive. So we look bright, our skin glows, we feel healthy and it affects everyone around us.”
【題組】65. According to Hugo Critchley, ________.
(A)emotions are as visible as facial expressions
(B)we yawn more frequently when we have a cold
(C)emotions are connected with states of internal responses
(D)the change of blood pressure is not linked with the change of emotions.
46.【題組】66. The underlined word “synchronies” in Paragraph 4 means “_____”.
(A)move slowly
(B)change rapidly
(C)relax temporarily
(D)respond accordingly
47.【題組】67. From the passage we can learn ________.
(A)sadness is as contagious as happiness
(B)anger is less contagious than friendliness
(C)surprise is more contagious than smile
(D)surprise is the most contagious among emotions
48.【題組】68. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
(A)Emotions have delicate influence on fellow humans.
(B)Children like copying the actions of fellow humans.
(C)
(D) People tend to communicate more with body language.
49.Celebrity(名人) has become one of the most important representatives of popular culture. Fans used to be crazy about s specific film, but now the public tends to base its consumption(消费)on the interest of celebrity attached to any given product. Besides, fashion magazines have almost abandoned the practice of putting models on the cover because they don’t sell nearly as well as famous faces. Aa result, celebrities have realized their unbelievably powerful market potential, moving from advertising for others’ products to developing their own. Celebrity clothing lines aren’t a completely new phenomenon, but in the past they were typically aimed at the ordinary consumers, and limited to a few TV actresses. Today they’re started by first-class stars whose products enjoy equal fame with some world top brands. The most successful start-ups have been those by celebrities with specific personal style. Acelebrities become more and more experienced at the market, they expand their production scale rapidly, covering almost all the products of daily life. However, for every success story, there’s a related warning tale of a celebrity who overvalued his consumer appeal. No matter haw famous the product’s origins is, if it fails to impress consumers with its own qualities it begins to resemble an exercise in self-promotional marketing. And once the initial(最初的)attention dies down, consumer interest might fade, loyalty (忠诚) returning to tried-and-true labels. Today, celebrities face ever more severe embarrassment. The pop-cultural circle might be bigger than ever, but its rate of turnover has speeded up as well. Each misstep threatens to reduce a celebrity’s shelf life, and the same newspaper or magazine that once brought him fame has no problem picking him to pieces when the opportunity appears. Still, the ego’s (自我的)potential for expansion is limitless. Having already achieved great wealth and public recognition, many celebrities see fashion as the next frontier to be conquered. Athe saying goes, success and failure always go hand in hand. Their success as designers might last only a short time, but fashion-like celebrity – has always been temporary.
【題組】69. D Fashion magazines today ________.
(A)seldom put models on the cover
(B)no longer put models on the cover
(C)need not worry about celebrities’ market potential
(D) judge the market potential of every celebrity correctly
50.【題組】70. A change in the consumer market can be found today that _______.
(A)price rather than brand name is more concerned
(B)producers prefer models to celebrities for achievements
(C)producers prefer TV actresses to film stars for advertisements
(D) quality rather than the outside of products is more concerned
51.【題組】71. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 indicates that any wrong step will possibly ______.
(A)decrease the popularity of a celebrity and the sales of his products
(B)damage the image of a celebrity in the eyes of the general public
(C)cut short the artistic careen of a celebrity in show business
(D) influence the price of a celebrity’s products
52.【題組】72. The passage is mainly about _______.
(A)celebrity and personal style
(B)celebrity and market potential
(C)celebrity and fashion design
(D) celebrity and clothing industry