1. A come B some C move D love
2. A file B fight C film D final
3. A town B brown C shown D allow
4. A stronger B longer C singer D hungry
5. A world B worth C worse D worn
6. It was _______last week __________I knew the news.
A until; that B not until; when C not until; that D until; since
7. It by any chance someone comes to see me，___________ask them to leave a
A message B letter C sentence D notice
8. I ____________have been there， but I ______ not find the time.
A should; would B should; could C might; could D could; could
9. The stone was so heavy that it was difficult for the old man to _______ it.
A lift B reach C rise D touch
10. Hello， may I speak to Dr. Bush?
A Yes， I'm Bush B Yes， it's me C Here is Bush D Speaking
11. ______time flies!
A what B How C Which D That
12. ________late in the morning， Bob turned off the alarm.
A To sleep B Sleeping C Sleep D Having sleep
13. She the piano since she was a child.
A played B has played C have played D had played
14. When and where to build the new factory ________ yet.
A is not decided B are not decided C has not decided D have not decided
15.Since the road is wet this morning， last night ____.
A. it must be raining B. it must rain C. it must have rained D it must have been rained
16. The fact __________ his health is bad is not true.
A which B that C as D what
17. He came here ___ for making more money _______for working with you.
A not; yet B not because of; but C not; but D except; but
18. Mary doesn't like skating， does she?________, but she used to.
A Yes， she does B Yes， she doesn't C No， she does D No， she doesn't
19.It was in that big room ___I saw the great man.
A where B two hour C that D in which
20. He goes to work every day ________Saturday and Sunday.
A besides B on C without D except
Mr. Jones was traveling in a car. Soon after setting out from a village to drive to London， he heard a strange noise from the back of the car. Naturally， he 21 to have a look. He examined the wheels closely but found nothing wrong. 22 ， he got back into the car and continued his way. The noise began almost immediately and was louder than 23 . Quickly turning his head， the man saw what appeared to be a great black loud following the car. 24 He stopped at a village later on， he was told that a queen bee must be 25 in his car as there were thousands of bees nearby.
26 Learning his， the man realized that the only way to get rid of the bees would be to drive away as 27 as possible. After an hour's hard driving， he arrived in London where he parked his car outside a hotel and went in to have a drink. It was not long 28 a waiter who had seen him 29 hurried in to inform him that his car was covered with bees. The poor driver telephoned the police and explained what had happened. The 30 decided that the best way to 31 the situation would be to call in a bee-keeper. In a short time， the bee-keeper arrived. He found the 32 passenger hidden near the wheel at the back of the car. Very thankful to the driver for his 33 gift， the bee-keeper took the queen and her thousands of 34 home in a large box. Then， the driver drove away in peace， 35 free from the "black cloud"， which had hung over his car.
( )21. A moved on B got out C turned around D drove back
( )22. A However B Though C Instead D Therefore
( )23. A ever B the beginning C the past D early
( )24. A Until B Before C When D Sine
( )25. A taken B found C hidden D stored
( )26. A At B On C For D In
( )27. A carefully B quietly C bravely D quickly
( )28. A before B then C until D when
( )29. A come over B arrive C set off D leave
( )30. A waiter B driver C expert D police
( )31. A get rid of B go on with C clean up D deal with
( )32. A mistaken B anxious D unpopular D unwelcome
( )33. A worthless B expensive C unexpected D usual
( )34. A sisters B lovers C followers D prisoners
( )35. A by and by B at least C by all means D at present
Very soon a computer will be able to teach you English. It will also be able to translate any language for you too. It's just one more incredible result of the development of microprocessors-those tiny parts of a computer commonly known as "silicon chips".So give up going to classes， stop buying more textbooks and relax. In a couple of years you won't need the international language of English.
Already Texas instruments in the United States are developing an electronic translation machine. Imagine a Spanish secretary， for example， who wants to type a letter from the boss to a business man in Sweden. All he or she will have to do is this ： first type the letter will appear on another television screen in Stockholm in perfect Swedish.
And that's not all. Soon a computer will be able to teach you English， if you really want to learn the language. You'll sit in front of a television screen and practice endless structures. The computer will tell you when you are correct and when you are wrong. It will even talk to you because the silicon chips can change electrical impulses into sounds. And clever programmers can predict the responses you， the learner， are likely to make.
So think of it. You will be able to teach yourself at your own pace. You will waste very little time， and you can work at home. And if after all that， you still can't speak English you can always use the translating machine. In a few years， therefore， perhaps there will be no need for BBC Modern English， or BBC English by Radio programs—no more textbooks or teachers of English. Instead of buying an exciting new textbook， the computer will ask you to replace it with microprocessor one thousand nine hundred and eighty-four. Fast， reliable and efficient language learning and translating facilities will be available to you. Think of that no more tears or embarrassing moments. One little problem is that a computer can’t laugh yet-but the scientists are working on it. Happy learning!
( )36. Silicon chips are
A microprocessors B the result of the development of microprocessors
C the computer D parts of microprocessors
( )37. According to the writer， "you won't need the international language of English" because
A learning English will no longer be a difficult task
B textbooks are no longer necessary
C it's better to buy a computer than to go to classes
D the computer will be able to translate any language for you
( )38. "Texas Instruments" in the 2nd paragraph is probably
A those instruments used to fit computers
B electronic translation machines
C a corporation-producing computing machines
D something other than computers
( )39. Which of the following is NOT true?
A A computer will be able to teach you English
B All computers speak English
C Electrical impulses can be turned into sounds
D The learner's responses can be predicted
Zhao Wenxuan， a film star from Taiwan has been fond of seeing films since his childhood. He would sometimes go to the cinema for the same film four or five times. He also enjoys literature(文学)and art. Before he took the film acting as his career(职业) ，he has been on the staff(工作人员)of an airline in Taibei. His change of job to acting was quite by chance.
One day， he came across in the paper an advertisement for a leading actor to appear in the film named "Wedding Feast" . Full of excitement， he answered the job and by telephoning the director of the film， Mr. Li An. It was this telephone call that had changed all his life. At last the director decided him to be the very person for the role. That he could be chosen owed much to his good command of English， natural manners and low pay for this work in the film.
The film "wedding Feast" proved to be a hit. It won the German Golden Bear Award and entered the competition for one of the Oscar Academy Awards. Also， it was the first Taiwan film that was permitted to be shown in the U.S. Thanks to the film Zhao Wenxuan became popular in Taiwan， Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.
In 1994， Mr. zhao acted as leading role in the Hongkong film "Red Rose and White Rose"， in which many film stars like Ms. Chen Chong from U.S and Mr. Ye Yuqing from the local area took parts in it. This film was named for 10 prizes of the Taiwan Golden Horse Prize and at last it was awarded five prizes for the best play， actress and music. Zhao has regarded the film as one of his favorite films since he stepped into the acting circle.
Sine 1993， Mr. Zhao has taken part in the shooting of 13 films， most of which are highly thought of.
Mr. Zhao said that Taiwan should think to cooperate(合作) mush with the mainland in the film producing industry and it would benefit each other. In recent years he often came to the mainland for film shooting. He has just completed his performance in the film "Love Affairs" directed by Mr. Li Xin， a director from Shanghai Film Studio.
( )40. When he was very young， Zhao Wenxuan
A was a movie fan B wanted to be a photographer
C would love to be an actor D was eager to be a painter
( )41. Why could Zhao Wenxuan play the leading role in the movie "Wedding Feast"?
A Because he liked to see films very much.
B Because he could speak English very well， acted naturally and cared little about the pay for his work.
C Because he was a famous actor at that time.
D Because the director of the movie knew him very well.
( )42. The text suggest that
A "Wedding Feast" is just an ordinary film
B the film “Wedding Feast” disappointed people greatly
C Zhao Wen xuan became a famous movie star because of the film "Wedding Feast"
D a lot of Taiwan films are shown in the U.S every year
Kleptomania is an illness of the mind that gives a person the desire to steal. Such a person is not really a thief. They are sick and cannot help themselves. All small children act naturally and as they grow up they normally learn to control their actions， People with kleptomaniac for certain medical reasons have failed to develop control over their desire to take things that do not belong to them. With medical help they may become normal citizens again. The things that a kleptomaniac steals are seldom of great value. They often give away what they have stolen or collect objects without using them.
( )43. What is the topic of the text?
A Young thieves. B An unusual illness.
C Reasons for stealing. D A normal child's actions
( )44. From the text we learn that small children
A have little control of themselves
B usually steal things but grow up honest
C are usually kleptomaniacs
D like to give things away
( )45. Kleptomaniacs usually steal things that
A are valuable B are unimportant C their friends like D they themselves need
( )46. Which of the following words can best replace(替代) the word desire in the first sentence?
A chance B power C right D wish
Copernicus was born in Torun， Poland， on February 19，1473. Little is known about his early life except that his father died when he was 10. An uncle adopted(收养)him， his two sisters， and his brother. The uncle saw to it that the two boys received a good education. Copernicus went to the University of Cracow. There he studied such subjects as Latin， mathematics， and astronomy， It was probably at that time that he changed his Polish name， Niklas Koppernigk， to the Latin form of Nicolaus Copernicus. In 1496 Copernicus went to Italy， where he spent the next 10 years studying at various universities .
In Copernicus'time people still believed that all things-the sun， the stars， and the planets-moved around the earth. It was an old belief that few men had ever questioned. Aristotle had based his theory of astronomy on this belief. Because the Chruch had long been the center of learning， the theory was also linked to religious(宗教的)beliefs.
In 1506 Copernicus returned to his homeland. A few years later he began to work for the Church. All those years Copernicus carried on his work in astronomy. He had just the most basic equipment and， like other scientists of his day， made observations with only his eyes. Still， using mathematics and logic(逻辑)， Copernicus worked out a different theory， which held that the planets went around the sun.
Copernicus did not announce his ideas. He did not want to make trouble. But he could not hid the scientific truth. So he talked about his theory with his friends， who strongly advised him to have his work published. His great book， On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Bodies， appeared at the very end of his life. Copernicus saw the first copy on the day he died， May 24， 1543.
( )47. Which of the following is TRUE about Copernicus?
A He had two brothers and a sister.
B He used to be called Niklas Koppernigk.
C He lost his father soon he was born.
D He spent 10 years at the University of Cracow.
( )48. From the passage we can see that astronomy is
A the life experience of great men
B the movement of the stars and the planets
C the scientific study of natural objects in space
D the theories developed by scientists of old times
( )49. Copernicus developed his theory
A using various telescopes
B based on Aristotle's beliefs
C through observations and reasoning
D under the encouragement of his friends
( )50. The writer of the passage wants us to know that
A Copernicus did not tell about his discovery until the day of his death
B for many years Copernicus dared to do nothing openly against the Church
C pushed by his friends Copernicus decided to write a book in May 1543
D shortly before he got back to Poland Copernicus started to work for the Church
Sally： Did you find ?
Peter： Yes， But whats it for?
Peter： I didnt see any note.
Sally： Well， I left a note saying I wanted you to get some stamps at the post office.
Peter： Why can't you get them?
Sally： when I get off work.
Peter： You could .
Sally： I know but I won't be in town on Saturday. I'm going .
Peter： Okay. I‘ll get them for you. What do you need?
Sally： I need a book of regular stamps and two of airmail. And thanks for doing it for me.
Peter： It's okay. You're welcome.
请根据提示写一张举行隔周一次的英语晚会(every-other-week English Evening)的书面通知。
1. C 2. C 3. C 4. C 5. D
6. C 7. A 8. B 9. A 10. D 11. B 12. A 13. B 14. A 15. C
16. B 17. C 18. D 19. C 20. D
21. B 22. D 23. A 24. C 25. C 26. B 27. D 28. A 29. B
30. D 31. D 32. D 33. C 34. C 35. B
36.A 37.D 38.C 39.B 40. A 41. B 42.C 43.B 44.A 45. B 46.D 47.B 48.C 49.C 50.B
51.The money I left on the desk
52.Did you see the note on the desk
53.The post office closes
54.get them on Saturday
55.to have a picnic with some of my friends
In order to improve students'listening and speaking abilitiy， the every-other-week English Evening is to be held in the lecture room， No.2 Teaching Building， at 7：00 p.m this Saturday ，October 18 Program includeds songs， recitation ，dances ，plays and so on. And our English teacher from America is going to make a short speech about English study. Everyone is welcome.Those who would like to take part in it， please sign your names at the Students'Union ，Room 203，Office Building.
October 15， 2004