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《英语 II(1)》期末复习应考资料 I、开放英语(3)形成性考核册 (部分) 1. It happened __D___ a winter night. D. on 2. I know it isn’t important but I can’t help _B___ about it. B. thinking 3. That’s all settled. It ___D___ talked about. D. needn’ t be 4. Her parents died when she was very young so she was __A__ by her aunt. A. brought up 5. _B____ he said is quite right. 6. Don’t worry. There is ___C__ room for all your books here. C. enough 7. -What happened to Tom?____D___ to hospital. D. He’s been taken 8. I don’t suppose he will attend the meeting, ___B__? B. will he 9. __A___ fine weather it is! A. What 10. Not only I but also Jane and Mary _B___ tired of having one examination after another. B. are 1. – Which do you like better, real movies ___D___ cartoons? - I prefer cartoons ___D__ real movies. D. or, to 2. What a fool I have been!Why __B__ I think of that before? B. didn’t 3. Time is money! We should _B____ our time. B. make good use of 4. You must explain __C__ how they succeed __C__ the experiment. C. to us, in 5. Of all the stories here, I like this one _D___. It’s not interesting at all. D. least 6. We must make a difference between ___A__ language and __A___language. A. spoken, written 7. I think all these are main points __B__ much attention. B. worthy of 8. They __B__ the train until it disappeared in the distance. B. watched 9. – Can I get you a couple of tea? - ___A__ A. That’s very nice of you 10. Mary forgot _B__ a letter to her mother, so she wrote to her just now. B. to write 1. I prefer classic music __D___ pop music. D. to 2. All the team members tried their best. We lost the game, __A___. A. however 3. When we were having a meeting, the director __B___ the bad news by telephone. B. was told 4. Silk __B___ by Chinese for thousands of years now. B. has been used 5. You __B___ to lock the door at night. B. ought 6. Before I got to the cinema, the film __A____. A. had begun 7. The patient acted on the doctor’s ___B__ and finally recovered. B. advice 8. A lecture hall is ___C__ where students attend lectures. C. one 9. I’m tired. I ___B___ working very hard. B. have been 10. Let me __B___ the case carefully before I draw a conclusion. B. look into II、教材中 6、12、18 三个单元中练习 Unit6 Activity2 Complete each sentence below by selecting the best answer from the options given. Select a blank (一) if no word is needed. 1. She has lived here ___B___three years. B. for 2. I have given ___C___eating meat. C. up 3. He is the man ___C____ dog bit me. C. whose 4. Those cakes look nice. Can I have ____A___? A. one 5. She ___B____ talking when I am watching TV. B. keeps

6. I prefer the TV___A____ the radio. A. to 7. I can do that job ____A___myself. 8. Next year, I ____B___ plan to go to Italy. 9. The road ___B____ built last year. B. was 10. She has brought ___B___ two children by herself. B. up 11. I broke my leg when I ____C___ skiing in America. C. was 12. My father ___C____ take me to work with him when I was a child. 13. I’m in Greece at the moment, I like the weather ____A___A. here 14. I’m tired. I __B_____ working very harder. B. have been

C. would

15. I an leaving for New York ____C___three days’ time. C. in Activity3 Peter Blake is a successful businessman, but he __1_C__to be very poor. He had nowhere to live and __2_B_working in a pub when he __3_B_ to start his own business. Peter and always _C_4__ interested in plants and flowers, __5_A_ he decided to set up a company __6_B__ cared for the plants in big offices. At first he worked on his __7_A_ , but soon he took __8_C_ two people to help him. The company has been growing __9_A_ for the last ten years. Peter is now very rich, __10_C__ he complains that now he doesn’t work with plants but with a computer every day! 1. C. used 2. B. was 3. B. decided 4. C. been 5. A. so 6. B. which 7. A. own 8. C. on 9. A.--- 10. C. but Activity5 Read the following text and decide if statements that follow are true(R), false (F) My grandfather was a very interesting man. He died when I was 11, but I remember he used to tell me stories about his early life. He told me one about how he used to race dogs. They raced greyhound, a very fast type of dog. My grandfather had a dog that was very fast and usually won the races. The men used to bet on the dogs and try to win money. One day before a race, a friend of my grandfather’s suggested that they bet on a different dog and make my grandfather’s dog lose the race. My grandfather had no job, so this seemed an easy way to make money. On the day of the race, my grandfather and his friend fed the dog lots of cakes so it wouldn’t want to run. Then they took it for a long walk so it was tired. They bet on another dog, but when the race was run, my grandfather’s dog won anyway, so they lost all their money and didn’t win anything! 1. The author’s grandfather doesn’t tell stories now. T 2. His dog always won when it raced. F 3. The author’s grandfather usually won lots of money. F 4. The author’s grandfather and his friend fed on a dog cakes to make it strong. F 5. The author’s grandfather and his friend bet on a dog which didn’t win. T Activity6 Read the newspaper report below and answer the questions which follow. A survey has shown that people have stopped believing both the media and politicians. A similar survey carried out 5 years ago showed that 50% of people thought that what politicians said was usually not true ,and that 35 of people thought that what they saw on the television or read in newspapers was not true. Now both those figures have increased sharply, to 80% of people not believing politicians and 70% not believing the television or newspapers. Experts think that these

figures are not going to come down in the near future. Stories about politicians and journalists taking money form businessmen have caused the public to stop trusting them. Also politicians keep making promises that they do not keep. Mr Smith of York said,―When the politicians make new laws, they only help their friends, not people like me‖. Mrs Marley of Leeds said,―The newspapers and television are not interested in what is true; they are only interested in money for advertising‖. It has got worse recently as more people can get news from the Internet and learn if the journalists and politicians are telling the truth or not. What can our politicians and journalists do? The only answer is to be more honest. 1. The number of people believing politicians and journalists has____C___. 1. Experts think this problem____B___. 2. Stories say businessmen give money to____B___. 3. Mr Smith thinks politicians make laws___A___. 4. People can now check stories using__C_____. Unit12 Activity2 Complete each sentence below by selecting the best answer from the options given. Select a blank(一) if no word is needed. 1. The bedroom needs___A____. 2. We have our office____C__every day by a cleaner. 3. That place is__B_____the south of the city. 4. It’s very convenient___A___here. 5. She likes to spend time___C____with her grandchildren. 6. __B____majority of people agree with him. 7. He has ____B___four successful books. 8. I have lived here__B___1997 9. The policeman was attacked___C_____a knife. 10. The blue whale is __B____largest animal in the world. 11. Could you please pay me___C____advance? 12. ___A______ every day for 20 minutes. 13. If he was fitter, he___C ____live longer. 14. I have spent a lot of time___B___working on this problem. 15. My car was being____A___ when it was stolen Activity3 A survey was carried out last year __1_C__ the British Medical Association, an organization of doctors. It showed that most people do not do enough exercise. In 1995, 60% of people are walked more than one mile a day. Now, that number has fallen_A__2__ to only 20%.__3__C_ more people are going to the gym, fewer people are walking. Doctors say we need_B__4__ for 20 minutes three times a week.___5_C__is an easy form of exercise that everyone can do. If you___6__A_ one mile each day, you will improve your health very quickly. Doctors say we need to tackle this problem head___7_B_ and try _C__8__ people fitter because not doing enough exercise is responsible __9_B_ many of the country’s health problems. Doctors suggest you go __10__B_ a walk everyday after dinner.

Activity5 Speedway racing is a type of motorcycle racing that is done on a track with a special motorcycle. It was introduced to Britain in 1928. The first races were held at High Beech in Epping Forest. Now races are held in special stadiums, but then a track was made in the forest behind a pub called the Royal Oak. The track was not concrete or tarmac, but was made from cinders. The first races were organised by Jack Hill-Bailey. He had visited Australia and seen speedway racing there. When he returned to Britain, he decided to introduce the sport to Britain and started organising the first races with his friends in the Ilford Motorcycle Club. They expected 3,000 people to come and watch the races, but over 30,000 people arrived to see the first races! 1. You need a special motorcycle for a speedway race. T 1. Speedway races are held on the road. F 3. Speedway races were held in Australia before they were held in Britain. T 4. Jack Hill-Baily organised the first races by himself. F 5. There were not many people come to see the first race F Activity6 We have two cats at home. One is named Milo and the other Mamma. Milo is a boy cat .Boy cats are called ―Toms‖. We think that Mamma is Milo’s mother. That is why we gave her the name Mamma. We didn’t buy Milo or Mamma. They were stray cats and didn’t have anywhere to live. They started coming into our garden. They did not look very healthy, so we started giving them milk. Then they started coming into the house, so we adopted them. Because he didn’t have a home when he was a kitten, Milo is not very fit. We have to take him to the vet once every three months for a special injection. They have lived with us now for 5 years. 1. Sarah got the cats___B____. 2. Sarah thinks___A____. 3. Mamma was named―Mamma‖ because___C_____. 4. Milo and Mamma were___A____ 5. Milo is not very fit because__B__. Unit18 Activity2 Complete each sentence below by selecting the best answer from the options given. Select a blank(一) if no word is needed. 1. When I was a child, we__C____ wear a uniform for school. C. had to 2. If I get the new job, I ____B___buy a better car. B. will 3. I stopped ___A__ last year. B. smoke 4. I prefer tea ___A____ coffee. 5. By the end of this year, I ____C___ enough money for a holiday. C. will have saved 6. She comes from__A_____ People’s Republic of China. A. the 7. A new hotel ___C____ in the centre of town at the moment. C. is being built 8. I have____B__ finished the report. B. already 9. Given the high price,___C___ it’s not surprising they didn’t buy it. 10.The problem is ___A____by pollution. A. caused 11. You ___B___ to exercise more. B. ought 12. She was convicted_____C__ murder. C. of 13. If you go by car, you’ll get there_____A__ 40 minutes. A. within 14. I ___B___ her to marry me and she agreed. B. asked

15. You like playing football,__A____you? Activity3 More and more people _B__1__to install burglar alarms in their houses if they want to get insurance. Insurance companies _A__2___ people in certain areas to install the alarms before they will give them insurance for the past year. This is _3_C_to increasing crime in some parts of the country. This can be a problem for people __B_4__ are struggling to make __5_A__ ends meet. The alarms, __6__C_can be very expensive, need to be installed by an electrician. It is_B_7__that 20% of homes have alarms installed, and that another 20% of people plan_A__8___ but have not installed them__9_C__ .The insurance companies told people_B__10__ the alarms on all doors and windows. 1. B. have 2. A. have been asking 3. C. due 4. B. who 5. A.--6. C. which 7. B. estimated 8. A. to have them installed 9. C. yet 10. B. to install Activity5 Read the following text and decide if statements that follow are true (T), false (F) The police are investigating the theft of a statue from the City Museum yesterday. The statue, which is made of bronze, is over 200 years old. It was given to the museum in 1969 by the famous painter Helen Payne. The statue is of a horse and is about 70cm tall and weighs about 20kgs. Who originally made the statue is not know. Police believe the statue was stolen during the night by burglars who entered the museum through a window at the back of the building. Nobody saw the burglars enter or leave the building, but neighbours said they had heard a window being broken and a car driving quickly away from the museum at one in the morning. An expert at the museum said that the statue would not be easy because it was very easy to recognise. T 1. The statue was given to the museum over a hundred years after it was made. T 2. There were no witnesses to the crime. F 3. The statue was made by Helen Payne. NG 4. The statue is very valuable. 5. Because the statue was easy to recognise, it would be easy to sell. F Activity6 East London has traditionally been an area which has attracted immigrants. The chance to find jobs in London has led to immigrants from many different parts of the world living there. Also, because it was the home of London’s docks, it was easy for people to get there by ship. One famous building in Brick Lane has been a church, a synagogue and is now a mosque. Nowadays this part of London, which is known as the East End, is home to people from many different parts of the world, including Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. This means that there are many shops and restaurants selling ethnic food. In the past the East End was one of the poorest parts of London, but now it is becoming more fashionable and house prices are rising rapidly. This is because many people want to live near to near to where they work in the centre of the city. Also improved transport links to both other parts of London and to other countries via the Channel Tunnel train station and Docklands Airport have attracted more people to the area. 1. East London has____C___. 2. Immigrants are attracted by___B____. 3. London’s docks were____B___. 4. East London__C____.

5. People are attracted to East London because___A____. III、期末复习指导(蓝本)中的模拟试题 1、模拟样题 2 模拟试题 1 第一部分 交际用语(共计 10 分,每小题 2 分) 1. ---Well, Mary, how are you? ---___C___ C. I’m fine 2. Let’s take walk. ---___A___ A. Yes, let’s 3. -----I think the Internet is very helpful. ----___A___ A. Yes, so do I 4. ---Hello, could I aspect. ---___C___? C. Who’s speaking 5. ---What kind of TV program do you like best? ---_____B_____ B. It’s hard to say, actually 第二部分 词汇与结构(20 分,每小 2 分) 6. He is very keen ___C___ football. C. on 7. Let’s go to the cinema, ___C___? C. shall we 8. He asked me where ___B___ from. B. I came 9. The teacher told ___C___ for being late for class. C. me off 10. He was ___A___ about his new job. A. over the moon 11. Are you still here? You were here half an hour ago. Who ___A___ for? A. were you waiting 12. ___B___ I enjoy most is ______ I can have a holiday from work. B. what…that 13. You ___A___ to exercise more. A. ought 14. They ___A___ for hours. A. have been driving 15. ___A___ all you money in the first week is not a sensible strategy. A. Spending 第三部分 完形填空(共计 20 分,每题 2 分) Traffic in India means a mixture of all kinds of vehicles on the road. About 700,000 new cars (16) in India in the last twelve months, and about twice that many used cars have been traded. The country’s 35 million motorcycles and scooters make it the world’s largest two –wheel market. But because there are still big differences (17) people’s incomes, the roads are full of a whole variety of (18), lots of them not motorized. A ride (19) a taxi driver in New Delhi gives a flavour of a typical Indian-style traffic with all kinds of vehicle held up in city streets or in long lines (20) narrow country lanes. Cars, lorries and buses back up behind a cart (21) by one animal or another. ―India has everything on the roads,‖ the taxi driver says. ―You have to (22) for pedestrians, bicycles, carts, cows, donkeys and even elephants. Three things (23) to drive here, a horn, brakes and good luck.‖ Just then we were stopped (24) a young boy and his cow. Given the hazards, it’s not surprising (25) special ceremonies are held for new car owners in which the steering wheel and the driver are both blessed. A 16. A. have been sold B. had been sold C. have been selling C 17. A. of B. between C. in B 18. A. cars B. vehicles C. bikes C 19. A. in B. after C. with B 20. A. in B. on C. at A 21. A. pulled B. pulling C. to pull C 22. A. wait B. search C. watch out A 23. A. are recommended B. to be recommended C. to recommend B 24. A. to B. by C. after C 25. A. what B. why C. that

第四部分 阅读理解(共计 30 分,每小题 2 分) 短文理解 l Mrs. Sharp, a large, red-faced woman in her late sixties, has lived in Greenleas, a ―new town‖ in the countryside outside London, since 1958. before that she lived in Bethnal green, an area of inner London. She was moved to Greenleas by the local authorities when her old house was demolished. She came from a large family with six girls and two boys, and she grew up among brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, grandparents and cousins. When she married her boyfriend from school at eighteen, they went on living with her parents, and her first child was brought up more by her mother than by herself, because she always worked. As the family grew, they moved out of their parents’ house to a flat, it was in the next street, and their life was still that of the extended family. ‖All my family used to live around Denby Street,‖ said Mrs. sharp, ―and we were always in and out of each other’s houses.‖ When she went to the shops, she used to call in on her mother to see if she wanted anything. Every day she would visit one sister or another and see a nephew or niece at the corner shop or in the market. “You always knew 90% of the people you saw in the street everyday, either they were related to you or you were at school with them.‖ she said. When her babies were born (she had two sons and a daughter), she said, ―all my sister and neighbors would help-----they used to come and make a cup of tea, or help in some other way.‖ and every Saturday night there was a family party. It was at Mrs. Sharp’s mother’s house. ―of course we all know each other very well. You have to learn to get on with each other. I had one neighbour who was always poking her nose into our business. She was forever asking questions and gossiping. But you had to put up with everyone, whatever they were like.‖ 26. Why did Mrs. Sharp have to move to Greenleans? C 27. When she got married, she lived ___B___ 28. What did she know so many people? B 29. The sentence ― I had one neighbour who was always poking her nose into our business.‖ in the last Para. means ____C___ 30. What does this passage mainly deal with? A 31-35 小题:阅读下列短文,并根据短文内容判断其后的句子是否正确(T)或错误(F) 。 短文理解 2 There have been changes in all sorts of different areas of British society. In recent years in the UK we have had a very large increase in the number of couples who get divorced. After 1969 and the divorce law reform act we had a very rapid increase in the number of divorces. The rate increase steadily and in recent years has increased much more rapidly. But there are also quite a lot of people who do actually get married. At present the marriage rate in the UK is about 70 percent, which has gone down since the number of people who marry has gone down quite a lot in the last 20 years, but more significantly in the last 10 years. Quite high proportions of people now live together without marring, and, for example, 40 percent of children born in the UK are born to couples who aren’t married or are born to lone parents. There are quite a large number of lone parent families, 90 percent of these are headed by a woman rather than a man. The average family size now in the UK is 1.8 children per couple, which means that there’s been quite a decline in the birth rate in the UK along with other European countries.

F 31. The highest divorce rate was around 1969. T 32. The marriage rate has gone down in recent years. F 33. Forty percent of babies born today have parents who are not married. F 34. Nineteen percent of lone parent families are headed by women. F 35. The birth rate is increasing at the moment. 第五部分 书面表达: 利用所给提示写一篇短文, 说明你的业余爱好以及它们的益处。 Benefit from/ In my spare time/ Raising flowers/Cycling/ Maintain a mental and physical balance 参考范文: My Hobbies Different people have different hobbies. I have a lot of hobbies and I benefit from them. In my spare time, I like raising flowers and cycling most. I get lots of knowledge about gardening. I spend several hours on raising flowers every day, which releases my stress and renew my spirit. I also like cycling. Proper physical exercises keep me fit. Cycling in a sunny day is wonderful! My hobbies help me maintain a mental and physical balance and make my life colorful! 模拟试题 2 第一部分 交际用语(共计 10 分,每小题 2 分) 1. ---What subjects are you studying? ---___C___ 2. ---Which language do you speak at home? ---___B___ 3. ---Must we hand in our homework now? ---___C___ 4. ---Do you think the exam will be put off? ----___A___ 5. ----In my opinion, you’d better take a couple of days off. -----___C___ 第二部分 词汇与结构(20 分,每小 2 分) 6. He is looking forward ___B___ his thesis. 7. I ___B___ her to marry me and she agreed. 8. You like playing football, ___A___ you? 9. ___A___ every day for 20 minutes. 10. If he was fitter, he ___C___ live longer. 11. I regret ____B__ that I’m unable to help you. 12. I have given ___C___ eating meat. 13. She comes from ___C____ People’s Republic of China. 14. The boy ___C___ to school already. 15. ___A___ these children know the answer. 第三部分 完形填空(共计 20 分,每题 2 分) The ancient Olympic Games (16) part of a religious festival in honour (17) the Greek god Zeus, the father of all Greek gods and goddesses. The festival and games (18) in Olympia, a religious sanctuary. In the ancient games, athletes received prizes worth large amounts of money. In fact the word ―athlete‖ is an ancient Greek word, (19) ―one who competes (20) a prize‖. The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. The marathon is a modern event that was first (21) in the Olympic games in 1896. It was (22) a village called marathon (23) the Persians (24) by a small Greek army. The news of the victory was brought to Athens by a soldier, who ran the 26 miles from the village of marathon to the capital. 26 miles was (25) adopted as the distance of the modern marathon race. B 16. A. is B. were C. was

C 17. A. for B. after C. of C 18. A. are hold B. held C. were held A 19. A. meaning B. mean C. meant B 20. A. of B. for C. in A 21. A. introduced B. introducing C. introduce B 22. A. name for B. name after C. named of C 23. A. that B. which C. where A 24. A. were defeated B. defeats C. defeated C 25. A. because B. furthermore C. therefore 第四部分 阅读理解(共计 30 分,每小题 3 分) 短文理解 l When I was a little girl, my brother and I collected stamps for many years. My mother didn’t use to work during the week, but she worked in the post office near our house on Saturdays, and she used to bring home all the new stamps as soon as they were issued. On the day of the world cup football final in London in 1966, we were very excited because England were playing West Germany in the final. When we were having lunch, my mother told us to go to the post office straightaway after the match if England won, but she didn’t tell us why. At 2 o’clock my mother went back to work as usual, while the rest of the family were watching the football on TV at home. Although she wasn’t watching the match, she was listening to it on the radio. England won 4:2 and so my brothers and I ran to the post office. As we burst in, my mother was standing behind the counter. She was waiting to sell us a very special limited edition with ENGLAND WINNERS on each stamp. We were over the moon. We still have it today, and perhaps it is worth a lot of money. 26. This passage mainly tells us ____C____. 27. According to the passage, her mother worked in the post office___B____ 28. Their mother told them to go to the post office straightaway after the match if England won, but she didn’t tell us why. Do you think why she did that? A 29. What does the sentence ―we were over the moon.‖ mean? B 30. What is the best title for this passage? C 31-35 阅读下列短文,并根据短文内容判断其后的句子是否正确(T)、错误(F) 短文理解 2 The police in England are not normally armed, and if they think or know that someone has a firearm and may be going to commit an offence, then they have a team of specially trained officers, who carry firearms. The police use the dogs when a person has run away and may be hidden in a building or in the countryside. The dog can attack the criminal and bite him so that the police don’t have to shoot him and he is not killed. In that way the police can avoid using guns and avoid shooting the criminal. All of the dogs in the police force actually stay at home with their handler, so when the policeman finishes work he takes the dog home with himself. He is provided with a kennel that stays in the garden and all food. The dogs are not aggressive and they can live with a family quite happily. They do learn how to relax as human beings do when off duty, and become quite excited about working when they’re on duty. It’s quite interesting to see that. My dog knows when it’s working

or when it’s not working generally by whether I’m wearing my uniform or not. My dog barks an awful lot when I’m wearing my uniform because he’s very excited. F 31. The police in England are not armed. F 32. The police officers have to pay for the dogs. F 33. The dogs are kept in the garden because they are aggressive. T 34. The writer’s dog becomes excited when it’s time to go to work. F 35. The writer’s dog barks when it sees a criminal is coming. 第五部分 书面表达(20 分): 利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明居住在大城市中优缺点。 City life is attractive with all its advantages and conveniences supermarkets or shopping malls dine out expansion of the city flowing into 参考范文: Living in a big city City life is attractive with all its advantages and conveniences. Living in a big city, there are many supermarkets or shopping malls so it"s very convenient to buy various things. There are also so many restaurants in big city that people can dine out easily. However, with the expansion of the city, some problems appear. As the latest information shows, thousands upon thousands people are flowing into big cities to settle down. Crowded big cites are being confronted with many problems, such as Traffic jam, housing condition and pollution. IV、期末复习补充资料 第一部分 交际用语 1.-Hello, may I talk to the headmaster now? -____C___. 2. –What kind of TV program do you like best? --_____A_____. 3.-Oh, sorry to bother you. -____C____. 4.-Can you turn down the radio, please? -____A_____. 5. --Would you mind if I open the window for a better view? --____C___. 6. – Hello, could I speak to Don please? -- ___B____? 7. --May I know your address? -- ____A____. 8. — How’s the movie? Interesting? -- _____B___. 9. — What if my computer doesn’t work? -- ___B_____ 10. --Let’s take a walk. --_____C____. 11. – What’s the problem, Harry? -- ____A____. 12. — Is this the motel you mentioned? -- ____A____ 13. -Would you like to have dinner with us this evening? -- ___B_____ 14. – Well, Mary, how are you? -- ____C____ 15. — Would you like to see the menu? -- ____A____ 16. -- I think the Internet is very helpful. -- ____A____ 第二部分 词汇与结构 1. The definition leaves ___B____ for disagreement. 2. I prefer classic music ___B_____ pop music. 3. Ancient Greece is the ___A_____ of Western Civilization. 4. It is very convenient ____A___ here.

5. All the team members tried their best. We lost the game, ____C___. 6. The sun heats the earth, __C_____ is very important to living things. 7. When we were having a meeting, the director ___B_____ the bad news by telephone. 8. More and more people in China now ____A___ to work regularly. 9. Let me ____B___ the case carefully before I draw a conclusion. 10. The patient acted on the doctor’s ____C____ and finally recovered. 11. Silk ___A_____ by Chinese for thousands of years now. 12. You ____B___ to lock the door at night. 13. You must explain ____C__ how they succeeded ___C____ the experiment. 14. Before I got to the cinema, the film ____A____. 15. I have lived here ____B___ 1997. 16. A lecture hall is ____B_____ where students attend lectures. 17. I’m tired. I ____B____ working very hard. 18. He keeps ____B_____ at himself in the mirror. 19. The bedroom needs ___C_____. 20. Before she left on the trip, she ___A_____ hard. 21. He is the man ___C______ dog bit me. 22. Mary forgot ___B_____ a letter to her mother, so she wrote to her just now. 23. – What’s happened to Tom? -- ____A____ to hospital. 24. He was ____C_____ about his new job. 25. Everything __B______ if Albert hadn’t called the fire brigade. 26. On his first sea ___B___, he was still quite young but showed great courage to face the storm. 27. I broke my leg when I _____A___ skiing in America. 28. She was convicted ___C___ murder. 29. He, as well as I, ____A____ a student. 30.Mother was busy. Although she was not watching the basketball on TV, she ___A___ it on the radio. 31. Hardly __A______ home when it began to rain. 32. It happen ___C___ a winter night. 第三部分 完形填空 Passage 1 There are advantages and disadvantages to 1 B Asian and Western educational methods. For example, one advantage C 2 the education in Japan is that students there learn much more math and science C3 American students. They also study more hours each day than Americans 4 A . The study is difficult, but it 5 C students for a society that values discipline and self-control. There is, however, a disadvantage. Memorization is an important learning method in Japanese schools, 6 B many students say that after an exam, they forget much of the information that they have memorized. The advantage to the education in North America, B 7 the other hand, is that students learn to think by themselves. The system prepares them for a society that values C 8 ideas. There is, however, a disadvantage. When students graduate from high school, they haven’t memorized C 9 many basic rules and facts as students in other countries 10 A .

Passage 2 A study has shown that fitness is the key (1) _C__ long life, irrespective of body shape (2) _A__ even smoking habits. Researchers discovered that people who exercise live longer than (3)__C__, even if they are overweight and smoke. The study found that (4) __C_ fit of the 6,000 middle-aged men in the study were five times more likely to die within six years of the start of the research than the fittest. This was true (5)_B___the men had heart problems, smoked or were overweight. Scientists concluded that it was better (6)_A__and active than skinny and sedentary. Dr Ken cooper, a fitness expert, said, ― You are better off smoking a packet of cigarettes a day and exercising regularly than (7)_A__ a non –smoker and sedentary.‖ Although he adds, ―But don’t misunderstand me. I am not endorsing (8)_C__, I am trying to tell you how dangerous it is to be sedentary.‖ The British Government is putting pressure (9)_B__ manufacturers to reduce high levels of sugar in food and to restrict the hard-sell of junk food to children in order to improve the nation’s health. But the new study suggests the Government should encourage more people (10)_C_. 第四部分 阅读理解 短文理解 1 People all over the world today are beginning to hear and learn more and more about the problem of pollution. Pollution is caused either by man’ release of completely new and often artificial (人 s 造的) substances into the environment, or by releasing greatly increased amounts of a natural substance (物质),such as oil from oil tankers into the sea. Whatever its underlying reasons, there is no doubt that much of the pollution caused could be controlled if only companies, individuals and governments would make more efforts. In the home there is an obvious need to control litter and waste. Food comes wrapped up three of four times in packages that all have to be disposed of; drinks are increasingly sold in bottles or tins which can’t be reused. This not only causes a litter problem, but also is a great waste of resources, in terms of glass, metal and paper. Advertising has helped this process by persuading many of us not only to buy things we neither want nor need, but also to throw away much of what we do buy. Pollution and waste combine to be a problem everyone can help to solve by cutting out unnecessary buying, excess use and careless disposal (处理) of the products we use in our daily lives. 1. The main cause of pollution is __A______. 2. Much of the pollution could be controlled if only ___C_____. 3. Food packages, bottles and tins for drinks can cause ____B____. 4. Which of the following can not help solving the problem of pollution? C 5. What does the underlined word ―litter‖ mean in paragraph 2? C 短文理解 2 A funny thing happened on the way to the communication revolution: we stopped talking to each other. I was walking in the park with a friend recently, and his mobile phone rang, interrupting our conversation. There we were, walking and talking on a beautiful sunny day and – poof! – I was cut off as if I had become absent from the conversation. The park was filled with people talking on their cell phones. They were passing people without looking at them, saying hello, noticing their babies or stopping to pat their dogs. It seems that the limitless electronic voice is preferred to human contact. The telephone used to connect you to the absent. Now it makes people feel absent. Recently I was

in a car with three friends. The driver hushed the rest of us because he could not hear the person on the other end of his cell phone. There we were, four friends driving down the highway, unable to talk to each other because of the small thing designed to make communication easier. Why is it that the more connected we get, the more disconnected I feel? Every advance in communications technology is a setback (退步) to the closeness of human interaction. With e-mail and instant message over the Internet, we can now communicate without seeing or talking to one another. With voice mail, you can make entire conversations without ever reaching anyone. If my mom has a question, I just leave the answer on her machine. As almost every contact between human beings gets automatic, the emotional distance index goes up. Pumping gas at the station? Why say good-morning to the assistant when you can swipe you credit card at the pump and save yourself the bother of human contact? Making a deposit at the bank? Why talk to the clerk who lives in the neighborhood when you can put your card into the ATM? More and more, I find myself hiding behind e-mail to do a job meant for conversation or being relieved that voice mail picked up because I didn’t really have time to talk. The technology devoted to helping me keep in touch is making me lonelier. I own a mobile phone, an ATM card, a voice-mail telephone, and an e-mail account. Giving them up isn’t a choice. They are great for what they are intended to do. It’s their unintended results that make me upset. What good is all this gee-whiz technology if there is no one in the room to hear you crying out ―Gee whiz‖? 1. The author’s experience of walking in a park with a friend recently made him feel ___A___. 2. According to the author, human contact in a park means ___C_____. 3. According to the author, the more connected we get in communications technology, the ___B___ we are. 4. What are the examples the author gives to explain his idea that every advance in communications technology is a setback to the closeness of human interaction? C 5. What is the unintended result of communication technology, according to the author? B 短文理解 3 Some people think they have an answer to the troubles of automobile crowding and dirty air in large cities. Their answer is the bicycle, or ―bike‖. In a great many cities, hundreds of people ride bicycles to work every day. In New York City, some bike riders have even formed a group called Bike for a Better City. They claim that if more people rode bicycles to work there would be fewer automobiles in the downtown section of the city and therefore less dirty air from car engines. For several years this group has been trying to get the city government to help bike riders. For example, they want the city to draw bicycle lanes on some of the main streets, because when bike riders have to use the same lanes as cars, there are accidents. Bike for a Better City feels that if there were special lanes more people would use bikes. But no bicycle lanes have been drawn. Not everyone thinks it is a good idea - they say it will slow traffic. Some store owners on the main streets say that if there is less traffic, they will have less business. And most people live too far from downtown to travel by bike. The city government has not yet decided what to do. It wants to keep everyone happy. Only on weekends, Central Park is closed to cars, and the roads may be used by bicycles only. But Bike for a Better City says that this is not enough and keeps fighting to get bicycle lanes downtown.

1. According to the passage, bicycles ___C_____. 2. The idea of special bicycle lanes is most favored by ___B____. 3. ―Bicycle lanes‖ in the third paragraph probably means ___C_____. 4. Which of the following is not true according to the passage? A 5. The best title for this passage is __C_______. 短文理解 4 Benjamin Disraeli, the famous nineteenth century prime minister, said, ―London is not a city, - it is a nation.‖ Today this is an understatement; London, with its vast range of different ethnic groups, is a world. Certainly, London is the most culturally diverse city in the world. The city was founded by the Romans and since then new arrivals have constantly added to its character and prosperity. Within 10 years 40% of Londoners will be from ethnic minority groups, including the growing number of Londoners of mixed ethnic origin, but most of them will have been born in Britain. Children of Caribbean-Chinese marriages will go to school with children of Russian-Irish couples. None of them will be English but all of them will be Londoners. Most of Britain"s ethnic minority residents live in the capital, speaking over 300 languages. Nearly all of the African population and many of the Caribbean population of Britain live in London (83% and 58% respectively); 39% of the Chinese population of Britain and 36% of the Asian population of Britain live in London. The largest migrant community is from the Irish Republic with 256,000 people, 3.8% of the total population of London. There are an estimated 330,000 refugees and asylum seekers living in London, with most recent arrivals coming from Eastern Europe, North Africa and Kurdistan. Young people, in particular, are skilled at dealing with a large number of different and hybrid cultures. They themselves often have several different ethnic identities since their parents and grandparents may come from several different backgrounds and their friends and partners do also. They are ―skilled cross-cultural travellers‖ without leaving their home-town. 1.Why does the writer think that Benjamin Disraeli’s statement is an understatement? Because he thinks London is _____A____. 2. London is regarded as the most culturally diverse city in the world due to the following facts EXCEPT that ___B______. 3. Ethnic minority groups will make up ___B______ of the London population in the future. 4. The last paragraph mainly tells us in London _________. 5. The passage mainly deals with ____C_____. 短文理解 5 Who will stage the games? Preparing for the Olympics Games is a huge undertaking. Just like the athletes, the host city spends years getting ready for the event. Before deciding which city will host the Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has to examine bids from all over the world. Bidding for the games begins about ten years in advance. Without preparing a very strong bid1, a city will not win the competition to host the games. Beijing was chosen for the 2008 games from five bidders — Osaka, Paris, Toronto and Istanbul Why does it take so long to prepare?

Building the infrastructure costs huge amounts of money. Holding the World Cup in 2002 in Japan and South Korea, for example, meant that ten new stadiums had to be built, as well as many hotels and an improved transport system. In Beijing, after winning the bid the government began major construction projects — the extension of the underground, the improvement of the airport and the building of new motorways3. Each host city must also build an Olympic village for the athletes. By planting trees and creating parks, the city becomes more attractive for tourists. Why do countries want to host the Olympic Games? Hosting the games has a major effect on the economy and brings international prestige to the country. Thousands and thousands of visitors come to the games and the host cities are permanently improved. 1. Bidding for the Olympic Games usually starts ___C_____ before the games are really held. 2. Beijing was one of the ____A___ bidders for the 2008games. 3. The World Cup 2002 was held in ___C______. 4. What construction projects did Beijing start after winning the bid? D 5. Why do countries want to host the Olympic Games? D 短文理解 6 In the last 500 years, nothing about people – not their clothes, ideas, or languages – has changed as much as what they eat. The original chocolate drink was made from the seeds of the cocoa tree by South American Indians. The Spanish introduced it to the rest of the world during the 1500’s. And although it was very expensive, it quickly became fashionable. In London shops where chocolate drinks were served became important meeting places. Some still exist today. The potato is also from the New World. Around 1600, the Spanish brought it from Peru to Europe, where it soon was widely grown. Ireland became so dependent on it that thousands of Irish people starved when the crop failed during the―Potato Famine‖of 1845-6, and thousands more were forced to emigrate to America. There are many other foods that have traveled from South America to the Old World. But some others went in the opposite direction. Brazil is now the World’s largest grower of coffee, and coffee is an important crop in Colombia and other South American countries. But it is native to Ethiopia. It was first made into a drink by Arabs during the 1400’s. According to an Arabic legend, coffee was discovered when a goatherd name Kaldi noticed that his goats were attracted to the red berries on a coffee bush. He tried one and experienced the ―wide-awake‖ feeling that one-third of the world’s population now starts the day with. 1. According to the passage, which of the following has changed the most in the last 500 years? A 2. ―Some‖ in ―Some still exist today‖ means ____C_____. 3. Thousands of Irish people starved during the ―Potato Famine‖ because ___D______. 4. Coffee originally came from___C______. 5. The Arabic legend is used to prove that ____D_____. 短文理解 7 Crime Prevention Initiatives The chances that you will be a victim of violent crime are low. But you can avoid risk in the following ways. AT HOME

· You should make sure your house or flat is secure. Always lock the door from the inside at night, but you must keep the key nearby, so that you can use it to get out quickly if there is a fire. · You must never give keys to workmen as they can easily make copies. · If you wake up and hear a burglar, stay quietly in bed. Pretend you are asleep. If you feel more confident, switch on the light and make a lot of noise; even if you are on your own you should call out loudly to an imaginary companion, so that the burglar thinks you are not alone and runs away. You should have a phone or a mobile in your bedroom to alert the police immediately. · If you come home and think you see signs of a break-in, you shouldn’t go in, the burglar may be inside. You should go to a neighbour and call the police. ON THE STREET At night: · Always walk facing the traffic, so that a car cannot pull up behind you. · You mustn’t go through parks or woods. · If you think someone is following you, cross the road one or two times. If he or she continues to follow you, go to a pub or other public place. · Always carry your bag close to you, but carry your house keys in your pocket so that you can open the door quickly. If someone attacks you - remember your safety is more important than your property. 1. This passage mainly focuses on ___A_____. 2. If you want to guarantee you are secure at home, you should _____B____. 3. Based on the passage, if you notice someone following you, it’s better for you to ___B______. 4. Why should you have a telephone in the bedroom? C 5. From the passage, we can infer that we might be victims if ____A_____. 短文理解 8 An Extraordinary Change of Direction Molly Wilson had been a dancer and a mother for many years when she decided to sail round the world to raise money for charity. As a child she had trained as a ballet dancer, but at 15 she had grown too tall for classical ballet, so she became a member of a pop dance team. She got married, and after she had children she retired from show business to bring them up. They grew up, and when they were 18 they left home. She says, ―When I decided to do the round-the-world race, my husband thought I was bored because the children had left home. He was also worried because I had never sailed before. I was not bored, but I had met some people who told me about the race. They had taken part in it, but they had only done one section, say, from New Zealand to Australia. I wanted to do the whole ten-month journey.‖ Before Molly left she did a lot of training, but it hadn’t prepared her for the worst weather which they experienced. She tells one story. ―One night the sea was very rough and it was very cold. I had gone downstairs when a huge wave smashed into the boat and injured two men on the deck. One of the men couldn’t move because he had broken his leg. They were taken to hospital by helicopter. That was the worst time.‖ By the end of October last year, she had raised more than ? 50,000 for charity. She says, ―Sometimes I ask myself, what did I do? How did I do it? But then I think, it’s the same

as being a dancer. Before I left on the trip, I had trained hard. I had got very fit and had prepared myself completely. Then on the trip I was simply a good team member.‖ 1. What does the word ―extraordinary‖ mean in the title? B 2. The sentence ―…my husband thought I was bored …‖ in Para. 4 meant that my husband thought I felt____A_____. 3. The word ―section‖ in Para. 4 most probably means here _____C____. 4. Which of the following is nearest (closest) in meaning to ―rough‖ in the sentence ―One night the sea was very rough …‖ in Para. 5? C 5. The last paragraph suggests that ____A_____. 阅读下列短文,并根据短文内容判断其后的句子是否正确(T) 、错误(F) ,还是文字中没 有涉及相关信息(NG) 。 Passage 1 Lily is 70 years old and she takes care of her 91-year-old mother. She told us about caring for her mother. I wake up early every day, it’s usually about 6.30 am, and wait until I hear Tilly, my mum, moving about. Then I make her a cup of tea. At about half past seven she gets up and we have breakfast together. We normally just have toast, but on Sundays we always have bacon and eggs. After breakfast she reads the newspaper, then she sits by the window and waves to the neighbours as they walk by. She hardly ever goes out but she is very proud of her personal appearance, so she goes to the hairdresser once a month. She doesn’t like being left on her own for very long, so I always arrange for a neighbour to come and sit with her when I go out. Now and again, my friend and neighbour, Joan, comes to spend the day with her, and I can go and have lunch with another friend, May, who lives in town. I have a brother, Syd. He comes to stay two or three times a year. He is very good and keeps in touch, but he lives 300 miles away. Once a year, he collects mum and takes her to stay with him in London for a week. She doesn’t really like going because it’s a long journey, but I need the rest. Sally, the nurse, comes to see mum regularly. My next-door neighbour, Jack, often calls in. In the evening we usually watch TV and we sometimes play cards. Mum is fantastic for her age. But I can never decide to go anywhere spontaneously. I always have to plan it, so I feel a bit trapped. But what is the alternative? An old people’s home ? I couldn’t do that to my mother. 1. Lily wakes before her mother. T 2. Joan sometimes spends the day with Lily’s mother. T 3. Tilly is satisfied with her hairdresser. NG 4. Lily’s brother comes to visit every three weeks. F 5. Lily and her mother play cards more than they watch TV. F Passage 2 The ancient Olympic Games were part of a religious festival in honour of the Greek god Zeus, the father of all Greek gods and goddesses. The festival and games were held in Olympia, a religious sanctuary. The athletes came to Olympia from all parts of the Greek world, from as far as Spain in the west and Turkey in the east. The ancient Olympic Games began in the year 776 BC when Koroibos, a cook from the city of Elis, won a 200-metre-long race. They took place for a period of 617 years until the last games were held in AD 393.

In the ancient games, athletes received prizes worth large amounts of money. In fact the word ― athlete ‖ is an ancient Greek word, meaning ― one who competes for a prize ‖. Although women did not compete in the games, there was a separate festival held at the same time in honour of Hera, wife of Zeus. At this festival unmarried girls competed in foot races. The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. The marathon is a modern event that was first introduced in the Olympic Games in 1896. It was named after a village called Marathon where the Persians were defeated by a small Greek army. The news of the victory was brought to Athens by soldier, who ran the 26 miles from the village of Marathon to the capital. 26 miles was therefore adopted as the distance of the modern marathon race. The Olympic flag was introduced in 1908 and carries the symbol of five linked rings. Which represent the five continents – Africa, America, Asia, Australasia and Europe. The Olympic flame was first carried in the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. There was no torch relay in the ancient Olympic Games. The first torch relay in the modern Olympic Games was staged in Berlin in 1936. 1. The ancient Greeks held the first Olympic Games in 617 BC. F 2. The ancient Greeks held the Olympic Games for 393 years. F 3. They did not allow women to compete in the ancient Olympic Games. T 4. They first used the Olympic flag in 1908. T 5. Both the Olympic Games and the Marathon Race are very popular for old and young people in many countries of the world. NG Passage 3 People who cannot tell all colors apart are said to be color blind. Most color-blind people can see yellow and blues, but confuse reds with greens. It is very rare for a person to be blind to all colors, but they may see everything in shades of black, white, and gray. It is interesting to note that many color-blind people don’t even realize that they are color-blind. They don’t know that the colors they are seeing and naming are not the actual colors that people with normal vision can see. This can be particularly dangerous when a color-blind person confuses the red and green of a traffic light. Color blindness is thought to be inherited (遗传). And although doctors have thought up tests to determine(测定)color blindness, there is no cure to treatment for it. 1. A color-blind person can tell correctly red and green. F 2. Many color-blind people are unaware (没意识到) that they are color-blind. T 3. It’s especially dangerous for a color-blind person to cross a street when there are no traffic lights at the cross of the streets. F 4. A person who is color-blind is not allowed to drive. NG 5. Up to now, doctors have found a way to free a person from his color blindness. F Passage 4 Benjamin Disraeli, the famous nineteenth century prime minister, said, ―London is not a city, it is a nation.‖ Today this is an understatement; London, with its vast range of different ethnic groups, is a world. Certainly, London is the most culturally diverse city in the world. The city was founded by the

Romans and since then new arrivals have constantly added to its character and prosperity. Within 10 years 40% of Londoners will be from ethnic minority groups, including the growing number of Londoners of mixed ethnic origin, but most of them will have been born in Britain. Children of Caribbean-Chinese marriages will go to school with children of Russian-Irish couples. None of them will be English, but all of them will be Londoners. Most of Britain"s ethnic minority residents live in the capital, speaking over 300 languages. Nearly all of the African population and many of the Caribbean population of Britain live in London (83% and 58% respectively); 39% of the Chinese population of Britain and 36% of the Asian population of Britain live in London. The largest migrant community is from the Irish Republic with 256,000 people, 3.8% of the total population of London. There are an estimated 330,000 refugees and asylum seekers living in London, with most recent arrivals coming from Eastern Europe, North Africa and Kurdistan. Young people, in particular, are skilled at dealing with a large number of different and hybrid cultures. They themselves often have several different ethnic identities since their parents and grandparents may come from several different backgrounds, and their friends and partners do also. They are ―skilled cross-cultural travelers‖ without leaving their home-town. 1. London is a nation. F 2. The city of London was founded by the Romans. T 3. All African population live in London. F 4. 39% of the total population of London are Chinese. F 5. Old people are also ―skilled cross-cultural travelers‖. NG 第五部分 书面表达(参考范文) Topic 1: 1. 你理想的工作是什么; 2.你的理由; 3. 如何实现你的理想/ My ideal job Everybody has his dream for his career in the future. He or she might be a teacher, a doctor, a scientist, a sportsperson and so on. To tell you the truth, my ideal job is in business. The idea came into being when I was a child. With the development of market economy, there are many opportunities in business. I like reading stories about some successful business man such as Bill Gates, Li Jiacheng, etc. I believe I will be a man like them some day. Now, I am majoring in computering. I must study hard to get myself qualified for my future job. Topic 2: 1. 哪一种是你最喜欢的交通方式; 2. 阐述你的理由; 3. 作出结论 My Favorite Means of Transportation In a modern city, there are many means of transportation, such as subway, taxi, bus and so on. But my favorite means of transportation is by bike. Firstly, riding a bike is good for keeping healthy. I spend one hour riding the bike to my office on my working day, and I think it is a good form of physical exercise. Secondly, it is money-saving. Recently, the private car driver always complain the price of gas is higher and higher, but if you ride a bike, it will cost you nothing. Thirdly, it is beneficial for protecting the environment, so it is a ―great‖ form of transportation. Therefore, although it has some disadvantages, I like riding a bike best. Topic 3 1.你最喜欢的电视节目是什么; 2.你喜欢它的理由; 3.作出结论

There are thousands and thousands of wonderful programs on TV everyday. Of these, news program has always been my favorite. I like this program because I think this program is more than just a TV program itself. In fact, it is a way of communication. From this program, people can be well informed about the affairs both at home and abroad in time. The world is developing fast, but if you watch this program everyday, you will feel that you are always in pace with the development of the world. Topic 4 1.保持身体健康的重要性; 2.保持身体健康的方法; 3.重申保持身体健康的意义 How to Keep Healthy Nowadays, more and more people know the importance of keeping healthy. Without a healthy body, we can do nothing. For me, there are three main ways to keep healthy. First, it is necessary to keep a balanced diet, which is the basis of good health. It is better for us to have more fruit and vegetables everyday. Secondly, it’ is important to take regular exercises, such as swimming, jogging and so on. Last but not least, it is essential to keep in a good mood. Relaxation and entertainment are ways to renew our spirits and release our stress. When we make healthy habits a part of our everyday life, we are bound to keep healthy. Topic 5 1.描述你家的位置; 2.各个房间的功能; 3.表达你对你们家居条件的态度 My home is a newly-built house in the north of the city. We have three rooms in addition to the kitchen and bathroom. The first room is the main room or living room. It is for having meals, relaxing, reading, watching television and so on. It is the busiest room in the house. The second room is my daughter’s bedroom. She sleeps and dresses there. The third room belongs to my wife and me. It seems quite spacious because we have little furniture. We sleep, prepare lessons and generally relax there. I think my home is cozy and I like my home. Topic 6 .1.有一种观点认为:城市生活比乡村生活好; 2.你对这种观点的看法; 3.你的结论 Some people belief that town life is better than country life. I don’t think so. Town life can be convenient to us in many aspects. For example, you can move around easily, shopping can be more fun in a big shopping mall and you can enjoy a more colorful nightlife. But there are also many disadvantages. It is much nosier than in the country. Air pollution is more serious. It is not easy to park your car. It can cost more to live in town. To name but a few is enough. Therefore, I prefer country life. Topic7 用下来所给的提示写一篇短文,说明你生活中的变化:there have been many changes in my life/be better of/preserved pickles/crampled and gloomy room to a big and bright flat/getting around Changes in life There have been many changes in my life. Many years ago, my family used to be very poor, and we had to live in a cramped and gloomy room which is less than 50 square meters. Now we are better off than before. We have moved into a big and bright flat. In our diet, fish and meat is as very common as vegetables. With the development of our country, we believe that our life will be better and better in the future. Topic8

用下来所给的提示写一篇短文,介绍你的大学生活:be engaged in long distance education /web-based courses/join online discussion forums/send our homework to the tutor /solve the difficulties and puzzles in tutorial My TV university life I am now engaged in long distance education. The form of study is very convenient for adult learners like me. I can learn my courses anywhere in my spare time by computer. There are many web-based courses and sources on line. Moreover, I not only use e-mail to send our homework to our tutors but also join online discussion forums. Meantime, the difficulties and puzzles can be solved in the tutorial once a week. The e-learning life is meaningful. I enjoy my TV university life. Topic9 The advantages of hosting the Olympic Games(举办奥运会的好处) There are many advantages of hosting the Olympic Games. First, it has a major effect on the economy. It will create many opportunities to develop the economy. Second, thousands of tourists come to the games and the host city will quicken its construction of infrastructure. Third, it can arouse common people’s interest in English. As a result, it is good for our fellow-citizens to improve their English. Therefore I think hosting the Olympic Games is rewarding. Topic10 请给你的一位朋友些一封信,告诉他/她你的:1.童年的梦想; 2.目前的情况; 3.对未来的 希望 Dear XXX, Thank you for telling me about yourself. I’d like to let you know more about me too. As a child, I wanted to be a teacher. I thought a teacher was really great because he could teach children to know the world and learn knowledge. But my dream never came true. I’m now a librarian, dealing with books every day. The work is nothing thrilling, but I like it. Since there are more and more electronic materials, I hope that we will have an e-library built soon. Looking forward to hearing from you again. Best wishes! Yours, XXX



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