例:How much is the shirt?
A. $19.15. B. $9.15. C. $9.18.
1. Where does the man like to study?
A. In a library. B. At home. C. At the woman's.
2. What book has the man's sister got?
A. A medical book. B. A Chinese textbook. C. An English textbook.
3. Whose video is it?
A. The man's. B. John' s. C. The woman' s sister' s.[來源:學科網]
4. What does the woman think of the furniture show?
A. It can't be worse. B. It's a waste of time. C. It's worth visiting.
5. Why does the woman apologize to the man?
A. She broke his telephone.
B. She didn't take him to the hospital.
C. She forgot to tell him the message.
6. What is the woman doing?
A. Persuading the man. B. Comforting the man. C. Encouraging the man.
7. What does the man think of seeing a doctor?
A. It' s silly. B. It' s helpful. C. It' s unnecessary.
8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Boss and secretary. C. Teacher and student.
9. How does the woman feel about Harry?
A. Annoyed. B. Relieved. C. Worried.
10. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a library. B. In an office. C. In a classroom.
11. How many brothers and sisters does the man have?
A. Three. B. Five. C. Two.
12. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. Friendship. B. Love. C. Family.
13. When will the man's cousin arrive?
A. On Friday. B. On Thursday. C. On Saturday.
14. What will the man do on Saturday?
A. Work in the library. B. Visit his aunt. C. Pick up his cousin.
15. What does the man ask the woman to do?
A. Help with a term paper.
B. Take care of his cousin.
C. Arrange his cousin's interview.
16. What do we know about the man?
A. He will go to a game with his cousin on Friday.
B. He will take his cousin to a music festival.
C. He knows his cousin's hobbies very well.
17. When did the speaker take his worst holiday?
A. Two weeks ago. B. Last year. C. Twenty years ago.
18. Why did the speaker's mother come with him to Sacramento?
A. To visit her hometown. B. To spend a holiday. C. To do business.
19. What was the weather like when the speaker arrived?
A. Windy. B. Rainy. C. Cloudy.
20. How did the speaker spend most of his holiday?
A. By watching TV at the hotel.
B. By going to the beach and sightseeing.
C. By visiting museums and going shopping.
Do you remember the night when you took advantage of my 17-year-old neighbor who had to drive to pick up his sister from her dance lessons? Do you know how we all felt when he hit another car and killed the two people in the other car? He died the next morning too. His sister walked home from her dance lesson, and passed police cars and a crowd of people gathering on the sidewalk just two blocks away from the dance studio. She didn’t realize her brother was in the midst of it all. She never saw him again. And it’s all your fault.
I wish you’d walk out of my life forever. I don’t want anything to do with you. Look at all the pain you’ve caused. Sure, you’ve made people happy too from time to time. But the damage you’ve caused in the lives of millions is inexcusable. Stop luring (引誘) in the people I love. Stop hurting me, please.
21. What is author’s purpose in writing to alcohol?
A. To introduce Mr. Alcohol to the readers
B. To describe the harm alcohol did to his family.
C. To show how much alcohol can hurt people.
D. To show the great fun alcohol can bring to people’s life.
22. What did alcohol do to the author’s father?
A. It made him crash into two other cars and took his life.
B. It made him drink too much and he had to get his stomach pumped.
C. It made him kill two other people when driving.
D. It made him get into a car accident and badly injure himself.
23. The underlined phrase “were intrigued by” is closest in meaning to ________.
A. were familiar with B. were interested in
C. were disappointed with D. were satisfied with
24. What is the tone of the article?
A. Critical B. Doubtful C. Unconcerned D. Humorous
American researchers found females are the more talkative sex because of a special “language protein” in the brain.
The study, conducted by neuroscientists(神經學家) and psychologist from the University of Maryland, concluded that women talked more because they had more of the Foxp2 protein. The research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, found that higher levels were found among humans that were women but in rats that were males. Their findings came after it was previously claimed that ladies speak about 20,000 words a day – over 13,000 more than men. “This study is one of the first to report a sex difference in the expression of a language-associated protein in humans or animals,” said Prof Margaret McCarthy, who led the study. In their study, the researchers attempted to determine what might make male rats more vocal than their female friends.
They separated four-day-old rats from their mothers and then counted the number of times they cried out in the “ultrasonic(超聲波的) range”, the frequencies higher than humans can hear, over five minutes. While both sexes called out hundreds of cries, the males called out twice as often, they found. But when the pups were returned to their mother’s cage, she fussed over her sons first. Tests conducted on the parts of the brain known to be associated with vocal calls showed the male pups have up to twice as much Foxp2 protein as the females. The researchers then increased the production in the brains of female pups and reduced it in males. This led to the female rats crying out more often and their mothers showing more interest to them. In contrast, males became less “talkative”.
The researchers then tested samples from ten children, aged between three and five, which showed that females had up to 30 per cent more of the Foxp2 protein than males, in a brain area key to language in humans.
“Based on our observations, we assume higher levels of Foxp2 in girls and higher levels of Foxp2 in male rats is an indication that Foxp2 protein levels are associated with the more communicative sex,” said Prof McCarthy.
“Our results imply Foxp2 as a component (成分)of the neurobiological basis of sex differences in vocal communication in mammals.”
25. From the second paragraph, we can learn that ________.
A. women always speak more words than men
B. men and male rats have low levels of language protein
C. women and male rats have similar levels of Foxp2
D. McCarthy isn’t the first to find females more talkative
26 The underlined phrase “fussed over” in the third paragraph probably means______.
A. paid attention to B. related to C. put pressure on D. counted on
27. The researchers carried out the experiments on rats in order to _______.
A. test which part of the brain is key to language in rats and humans
B. prove the levels of Foxp2 protein in humans and rats are different
C. determine the reason why female rats are more talkative than male rats
D. discover the association between Foxp2 protein and vocal communication
28. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?
A. Tests on humans and rats B. Why women are the talkative sex
C. Sex differences in Foxp2 protein D. Foxp2 protein determines oral ability
Justin Bieber may have millions of fans worldwide, but Russia’s bears don’t appear to admire the pop singer’s music --- which proved fortunate for one lucky fisherman.
Igor Vorozhbitsyn had his life saved by a Justin Bieber ringtone, when his mobile phone went off during a dangerous attack by a brown bear.
The 42-year-old was attacked as he was walking to a favourite fishing spot in northern Russia’s Yakutia Republic and firmly believed that he was going to be killed.
Wildlife experts believe the ringtone must have frightened the bear into stopping its attack.
‘Sometimes a sharp shock can stop an angry bear in its attack and that ringtone would be a very unexpected sound for a bear,’ explained one.
Mr Vorozhbitsyn suffered from cuts and severe wounds and was rescued when he was found by other fishermen after using the phone to call for help.
Mr Vorozhbitsyn ---now recovering from his wounds---explained: ‘I had parked my car and was walking towards the spot I’d marked out when there was a tremendous impact on my back and the bear was on top of me.’
‘I couldn’t believe my luck when the phone went off and it run away.’
‘I know that sort of ringtone isn’t to everyone’s taste but my granddaughter loaded it onto my phone for a joke,’ he added.
Adult brown bears can weigh as much as 600kg and have been known to kill wolves and even Siberian tigers.
Finally, this is a proof that Justin Bieber is unbearable
29. Igor Vorozhbitsyn was attacked when____.
A. he was fishing at his favourite fishing spot.
B. he was walking towards his favourite fishing spot.
C. he was phoning his granddaughter.
D. he was driving to his favourite fishing spot.
30. The bear stopped attacking because___.
A. Justin Bieber came to rescue Igor Vorozhbitsyn.
B. Justin Bieber sang to it.
C. Justin Bieber’s ringtone was a sudden fright to it.
D. Igor Vorozhbitsyn’s mobile phone was a sudden fright to it.
31. What is the writer’s attitude towards Justin Bieber?
A. positive B. negative C. neutral (中立的) D. not mentioned
32. What does the last paragraph imply?
A. Justin Bieber’s music is popular all over the world.
B. Justin Bieber’s music is life-saving.
C. Justin Bieber’s music is threatening.
D. Even bears cannot stand Justin Bieber’s music.
“We need carbohydrates, protein and fat — they are like the wood in the fireplace. The vitamins and minerals are like the match, the spark, for the fuel,” she explains. “We need them all, but in a very different proportions. And if the fuel isn’t there, the spark is useless.”
33. From the first paragraph we know that working women .
A. think cooking is especially complicated
B. do not share the same views with registered dietitians
C. are busy and not interested in cooking
D. are likely to eat healthfully
34. Orange juice is different from orange drink in that .
A. it contains only a small percentage of real juice
B. it is natural, nutritious and prepared from real oranges
C. it is largely orange-colored sugar water
D. it produces nothing but calories
35. In Paragraph 4, “a fruitless search” means .
A. an effort with no results
B. a search for a diet without fruits
C. a research on fruitless diet
D. a diet serving as medicine
(請將答案涂在答題卡上E=AB F=AC G=AD)
Facing the Enemies Within
We are not born with courage, but neither are we born with fear. Fears, even the most basic ones, can totally destroy our ambitions. Fear can destroy fortunes. Fear can destroy relationships. Fear, if left unchecked, can destroy our lives. Fear is one of the many enemies living inside us.
The first enemy we face is indecision(優柔寡斷). Indecision is the thief of opportunity. __37__ Take a sword to this enemy.
The second enemy inside is doubt. __38__ But you also can’t let doubt take over. Many people doubt the past, doubt the future, doubt each other, doubt the government, doubt the possibilities and doubt the opportunities. Worst of all, they doubt themselves. I’m telling you, doubt will destroy your life and your chances of success. It will empty both your bank account and your heart. __39__
Do battle with the enemy. Do battle with your fears. __40__ Be courageous in your life and in your pursuit of the things you want and the person you want to become.
A. Sure, there’s room for healthy doubt. You can’t believe everything
B. Build your courage to fight what’s holding you back, what’s keeping you from your goals and dreams.
C. Let me tell you about two of the other enemies we face from within.
D. Below are the ways which might be useful for us to overcome our fears.
E. Doubt is an enemy. Go after it. Get rid of it.
F. It will steal your chances for a better future.
G. Some people doubt everything.
My daughter is a single parent. She works hard to ___41___ for herself and her three young sons. She budgets carefully and ___42___ to plan for the little luxuries (奢侈品) and treats that others take for granted. When her eldest son, David, wanted a ___43___ so that he could do an after-school newspaper delivery job, she ___44___ and soon, he was the proud ___45___ of a good second-hand bike.
One afternoon, my daughter asked David to go to a local shop. He rode his bicycle, ___46___ foolishly left it outside the shop without ___47___ it up. When David came out of the shop, it was___48___. He walked home in ___49___ and then, together with his frustrated mother, went to the local police station to report the ___50___.
Imagine their ___51___ when they arrived at the station: a car parked out front had David’s bike wedged (擠進) in its boot (汽車后部的行李箱). The ___52___ told them how he’d seen a group of kids ___53___ the bike once my grandson had gone inside the shop.
The driver – in his late teens himself – had called out to them to “leave that bike ___54___!” Despite this, one member of the group ___55___ on the bicycle and rode it away while the others followed. Not to be ___56___, the teen got in his car, drove after them and ___57___ that they give the stolen bike back.
He was happy to be able to ___58___ it to my grandson together with a lecture (echoed by the policeman and his mother) about the silliness of ___59___ to use the bike lock. ___60___, in all the excitement, he slipped away, without even giving them his name or telephone number.
41. A. stand B. provide C. change D. watch
42. A. permits B. refuses C. manages D. decides
43. A. bicycle B. watch C. phone D. backpack
44. A. gave out B. set aside C. saved up D. worked up
45. A. driver B. worker C. seller D. owner
46. A. and B. but C. so D. when
47. A. locking B. picking C. covering D. hiding
48. A. left B. missed C. broken D. gone
49. A. surprise B. trouble C. tears D. peace
50. A. danger B. theft C. accident D. fight
51. A. joy B. regret C. anger D. disappointment
52. A. policeman B. manager C. teacher D. driver
53. A. ride B. fix C. steal D. knock
54. A. out B. off C. away D. alone
55. A. jumped B. touched C. walked D. moved
56. A. annoyed B. angry C. confused D. discouraged
57. A. advised B. demanded C. forced D. promised
58. A. donate B. explain C. return D. pass
59. A. learning B. teaching C. reminding D. failing
60. A. Besides B. Then C. Finally D. Therefore
Snake dishes have become popular __61____ recent years. Snake meat in various flavors (風味) is often seen in restaurant ads. Eating snake seems to be now in vogue(盛行), and if you haven’t eaten snake yet, you __62_____(consider) “out of date”. But I wonder___63_____ all the trends are worth following.
Some people may defend themselves __64_____ saying that snake meat is nutritious. But these people don’t realize that many parasites(寄生蟲)，__65_____ do harm to our health, are found inside snakes.
According __66____ a survey, about 1000 tons of snakes are eaten every year in China and sometimes as __67_____ as 10 tons of snakes are served on dinner tables in Shenzhen in a single day!
These figures warns us that if no action is taken, __68____ number of snakes will drop and make an increase in mice and worms population, which will __69_____ in a decrease(減產) of crop output. Who will see such tragedy happen?
So let’s start not to eat snakes any more because “to protect the snake is to protect __70____.”
College students have few ways to pay their college fees. Many students have their parents to do it. Some students may apply to a bank loan and others will try to find part-time jobs in and out of the campus. Apart from this, many good student can win a scholarship, in this way they can pay at least part of the fees. As to me, I will let my parents pay half of their fees because they are that rich. Beside my study, I will take up a part-time job by teach some high school students math, physics, chemistry and English, as I’m very good at these important subjects. Of course I will also work very hard at my lessons in order to I can easily win a scholarship.
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