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Where()

A.Mary works

B.works Mary

C.oes Mary works

D.oes Mary work

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第1题

Mary ______ in a bank.Her parents ______ in a university.

A、work,works

B、works,work

C、work,are working

D、is working,work

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第2题

It was in the park()I met Mary yesterday.

A.where

B.what

C.that

D.when

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第3题

POLICE INVESTIGATING CHILD LURING CASE Sank police were investigating a possible child
luring case near a primary school. It happened on Tuesday afternoon, during the lunch hour. Mary, a student of John Lake School was approached by two men in a black van. She refused and ran away. When she arrived at school, she reported it to the school staff. The schools and the police took it seriously. The schools wrote a letter to parents immediately, informing them of the case and making safety suggestions. Police are looking into the matter. Police responded to the case as soon as they received the report. "It's a matter of public safety," said the police spokesperson. "We want to make sure everybody, including kids, adults and people out and about are safe.So, we take this very seriously." Police were making some safety suggestions for the students. Police asked students to always be on their guard when walking to school.Kids were encouraged to walk in pairs and walk in the daylight where it's well lit. One of the police officer said, "… Students should try to walk where there are people around, and always let somebody, your family or friends, know where you are going."

1. The two men in the black van ().

A. knew Mary

B. was the school staff

C. probably wanted to lure Mary

2. Mary is probably a() school student.

A. kindergarten(幼儿园)

B. primary

C. middle

3.() too the case seriously.

A. The schools

B. The police

C. Both of the above

4. In order to be safe when going to school, kids should()

A. go to school on their own

B. take self-defense sprayers(自卫喷雾器)

C. not tell anyone where they’re going

5. This case indicated that() should pay attention to the safety problems.

A. the public

B. the parents

C. only school kids

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第4题

Christmas GiftMary didn’t know what to send to her grandparents for Christmas. It was
Christmas Gift

Mary didn’t know what to send to her grandparents for Christmas. It was always hard to choose a good Christmas present for them. They didn’t need much, and it was hard for her to be creative every year.

One year, she sent them a big wooden elephant. It sat on the counter for a year, but then it disappeared, probably into a closet somewhere. Another year, she made handmade soaps with nice smells, but they probably weren’t any better than store-bought soaps. Last year, she sent lots of nice pictures of herself in frames, but grandparents’ house was small, and they couldn’t hang up very many.

This year, she decided on fruit. She lived where it was warm and there was lots of nice fruit. Her grandparents lived up north, where it colder and they couldn’t get fresh fruit all year, or at least not oranges and grapefruit. Fresh fruit was healthy for her grandparents, too.

Mary went to a fruit store and sampled the red oranges. She really liked them and bought a kilogram. Then she tried three kinds of grapefruit. The white ones were sour. The star grapefruit were interesting, but the dark red grapefruit were great. So she got a kilogram.

Mary carefully packed the fruit in a box to keep them safe and dry in case one got smashed and its juice got everywhere. Then she wrote the address on the box and mailed it from the store. She felt happy with what she bought.

A few days later, Mary got a phone call from her grandparents, thanking her for the lovely fruit. They said it was a healthy, tasty, and very thoughtful gift. Mary had never felt sogood before.

1.Mary wastroubled because she___________.

A. had no idea for a holiday gift

B. we no creative in her work

C. could notafford Christmas gifts

D. found her grandma bard to please

2.What didMary send her grandparents last year_________.

A. A wooden elephant

B. Handmade soaps

C. Her own pictures

D. A store-bought closet

3.In se1ecting the gifts, Mary was ___________.

A. excited

B. impatient

C. exhausted

D. thoughtful

4.Which ofthe following did Mary buy for her grandparents this year_________.

A. Yellow oranges

B. Dark red grapefruit

C. White grapefruit

D. Star grapefruit

5. Mary’s grandparents___________.

A. loved her gift

C. wrote her a letter

B. sent her a card

D. put her gift away

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第5题

Both the number and the percentage of people in the United States involved in nonagricultu
ral pursuit expanded rapidly during the half century following the Civil War, with some of the most dramatic increases occurring in the domains of transportation, manufacturing and trade and distribution. The development of the railroad and telegraph systems during the middle of the nineteenth century led to significant improvements in the speed, volume, and regularity of shipments and communications, making possible a fundamental transformation in the production and distribution of goods.

In agriculture, the transformation was marked by the emergence of the grain elevators, the cotton presses, the warehouses, and the commodity exchanges that seemed to so many of the nation's farmers the visible sign of a vast conspiracy against them. In manufacturing, the transformation was marked by the emergence of a "new factory system" in which plants became larger, more complex, and more systematically organized and managed. And in distribution, the transformation was marked by the emergence of the jobber(中间商), the wholesaler, and 'the mass retailer(零售商). These changes radically altered the nature of work during the half century between 1870 and 1920.

To be sure, there were still small workshops, where skilled craftspeople manufactured products ranging from newspapers to cabinets to plumbing fixtures. There were the sweatshops in city tenements, where groups of men and women in household settings manufactured clothing or cigars on a piecework basis. And there were factories in occupations such as metalwork where individual contractors presided over what were essentially handicraft proprietorships that coexisted within a single building. But as the number of wage earners in manufacturing rose from 2.7 million in 1888 to 4.5 million in 1900 to 8.4 million in 1920, the number of huge plants like the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia burgeoned (迅速成长), as did the size of average plant. (The Baldwin Works had 600 employees in 1855, 3,000 in 1875, and 8,000 in 1900.) By 1920, at least in the northeastern United States where most of the nation's manufacturing wage earners were concentrated, three-quarters of those worked in factories with more than 100 employees and 30 percent worked in factories with more than 100 employees.

What can be inferred from the passage about the agricultural sector of the economy after the Civil War?______

A.New technological developments had little effect on farmers

B.The percentage of the total population working in agriculture declined

C.Many farms destroyed in the war were rebuilt after the war

D.Farmers achieved new, prosperity because of better rural transportation

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第6题

The workers who brought the girl to the orphanage knew little about her. The streets whe

re they found her had been her home for many years. Her parents were unknown. They left her long ago. At the orphanage, the girl, like all the children there, was taught to read and write. While she was studying at the orphanage,she learned something else-to be independent. At twenty-one,she left the orphanage and began work as a secretary. And then, in 1975, while she was still working as an ordinary secretary, something special

happened. She entered the Miss Hong Kong competition and won it. This was the turning point in her life. Now her name, Mary Cheung, was known to everybody.

Mary entered the competition because she wanted to show that orphanage girls could be something. Winning the competition gave her the chance to start a new life. This led her first into television and then into business as a manager. When she was working as a manager, she had trouble with her reports. "My English just wasn't good enough." she says. Luckily, she had a boyfriend (who later became her husband) to help her. Mary studied management at Hong Kong Polytechnic and graduated in 1980. She started her own business in 1985. But she did not stop developing herself. She then studied at the University of Hong Kong. Since 1987,she had spent a lot of time on photography. She has held several exhibitions of her work in many places-China, New Zealand and Paris. She still found time, however, to work on TV, write for newspapers and bring up her family.

The girl from the street has come a long way, but her journey is not finished yet.()

1. Before Mary Cheung was brought to the orphanage, she had lived in the streets for many years. ()

2. The sentence "orphanage girls could be something" means that orphanage girls could be popular and successful. ()

3. Her life changed in 1985. ()

4. This passage is probably taken from a novel. ()

5. Mary's boyfriend was good at English. ()

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第7题

听力原文:M: Hi, Sally. W: Hello, Tom. How are you?M: I'm fine, where are you going?W: Oh,

听力原文:M: Hi, Sally.

W: Hello, Tom. How are you?

M: I'm fine, where are you going?

W: Oh, I'm on my way home from work.

M: I didn't know you had a job.

W: Yeah. I work part-time at a supermarket.

M: What do you do there?

W: I work in the produce section. Trimming and wrapping fresh fruit and vegetables. I also stock shelves. Some times when it gets really busy, I work at the check-out counter. Have you got a job, Tom?

M: Yeah. I do yard work for people. You know, cutting grass, raking leaves, pulling weeds, things like that.

W: I'd like doing that. It must be nice to work outdoors.

M: Sometimes it is. Except when it rains or snows or gets too hot or too cold or. . . Ha-ha. Tuition is sure high, isn't it? Well, I'd better go. I've got to plant some trees for my neighbours this afternoon.

W: Well, don't work too hard. Holding down a job, going to class, studying. Sometimes it can become too much for one person. Take it easy.

M: You, too. It was great seeing you, Sally!

What does Sally do at her supermarket job?

A.She works at the meat counter.

B.She puts groceries out on the shelves.

C.She carries groceries out of the store for customers.

D.She checks the quality of milk products.

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第8题

Have you ever noticed advertisements which say “Learn a foreign language in six weeks,
or your money back! From the first day your pronunciation will be excellent.Just send...” and so on? Of course, it never happens quite like that.The only language that is easy to learn is the mother tongue.Think how much practice that gets! Before the Second World War people usually learnt a foreign language in order to read the literature of the country.Now speaking a foreign language is what most people want.Every year many millions of people start learning one.

Some people try at home, with books and records or tapes; some use radio or television programmes; others go to evening classes.If they use the language only twice or three times a week, learning it will take a long time.A few people try to learn a language fast by studying for six or more hours a day.It is clearly easier to learn the language in the country

where it is spoken.However, most people cannot afford this, and for many it is not necessary.They need the language in order to do their work better.For example, scientists and doctors chiefly need to be able to read books and reports in the foreign language.Whether the language is learnt quickly or slowly, it is hard work.Machines and good books will help, but they cannot do the student's work for him.

36.The advertisements say it would be easy to().

A.speak your native language better

B.keep in mind any foreign language

C.learn a foreign language within several weeks

D.learn by heart a foreign language

37.Nowadays most people want to learn()according to the text.

A.about the country where a language is spoken

B.to speak a foreign language

C.to read essays in the foreign language

D.to write in the foreign language

38.Before the World War people usually learnt a foreign language in order to()

A.communicate with their foreign friends

B.read the foreign newspaper

C.read the literacy works of the country

D.work in that foreign country

39.If you only use the language twice or three times a week,().

A.it is easy to learn it well

B.it will take a long time to learn the foreign language

C.you will never learn the language well

D.perhaps you will learn harsh language

40.No matter how quickly or slowly you want to learn a foreign language, you need to ().

A.read books

B.read reports

C.visit the country

D.work hard

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第9题

In the United States many have been told that anyone can become rich and successful if
he works hard and has some good luck.

Yet, when one becomes rich, he wants people to know it.And even if he does not become very rich, he wants people to think that he is.That is what “keeping up with the Joneses” is about.It is the story of someone who tries to look as rich and as successful as his neighbors.

The expression was first used in 1913 by a young American by the name of Arthur Momand.He told this story about himself: he began earning $125 a week at the age of 23.That was a lot of money in those days.Young Momand was very proud of his riches.He got married and moved with his wife to a very wealthy neighborhood outside New York City.But just moving there was not enough.When he saw that rich people rode horses, Momand went horse riding every day.When he saw that rich people had servants, Momand and his wife also hired a servant and gave big parties for their new neighbors.

It was like a race, but one could never finish this race because one was always trying to keep up.Momand and his wife could not do that.

The race ended for them when they could no longer pay for their new way of life.They left their wealthy neighborhood and moved back to an apartment in New York City.

Momand looked around him and noticed that many people do things just to keep up with their neighbors.He saw the funny side of it and started to write a series of short stories.He called it “keeping up with the Joneses”, because “Jones” is a very common name in the United States.“Keeping up with the Joneses” came to mean keeping up with the people around you.Momand’s series appeared in different newspapers across the country for over 28 years.

Every city has an area where people want to live because others will think better of them if they do.And there are “Joneses” in every city of the world.But one must get tired of trying to keep up with the Joneses, because no matter what one does, Mr.Jones always seems to be ahead.

1.The writer of the selection believes ().

A.anyone in the United States can become rich

B.anyone in the United Sates can become rich if he works hard and has some good luck

C.he can become rich in the future

D.many people in the United States think anyone can become rich if he works hard and has some good luck

2.Some people want to keep up with the Joneses because ().

A.they want to be as rich as their neighbors

B.they want to be happy

C.they don’t want others to know they are rich

D.they want others to know or to think that they are rich

3.It can be inferred from the story that rich people ().

A.like to live in apartments

B.like to live in New York City

C.like to live outside New York City

D.like to have many neighbors

4.Arthur Momand used the name “Jones” in his series of short stories because Jones is ().

A.an important name

B.his neighbor’s name

C.a popular name in the United States

D.not a good name

5.According to the writer, it is ().

A.correct to keep up with the Joneses

B.interesting to keep up with the Joneses

C.impossible to keep up with the Joneses

D.good to keep up with the Joneses

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第10题

Auctions(拍卖) are public sales of goods, conducted by an officially approved auctioneer.

Auctions(拍卖) are public sales of goods, conducted by an officially approved auctioneer. He asked the crowd to gather in the auction room to bid for various items on sale. He encourages buyers to bid higher figures and finally names the highest bidder as the buyer of the goods. This is called “knocking down” the goods, for the bidding ends when the auctioneer bangs a small hammer on a raised platform.

The ancient Romans probably invented sales by auction and the English word comes from the Latin "autic", meaning "increase". The Romans usually sold in this way the spoils taken in war; these sales were called "sub hasta", meaning "under the spear", a spear being stuck in the ground as a signal for a crowd to gather. In England in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries goods were often sold "by the candle"; a short candle was lit by the auctioneer and bids could be made while it was burning. Practically all goods can be sold by auction. Among these are coffee, skins, wool, tea, cocoa, furs, fruit, vegetables and wines. Auction sales are also usual for land and property, antique furniture, pictures, rare books, old china and works of art. The auction rooms at Chritie's and Sotheby's in London and New York are world famous.

An auction is usually advertised beforehand with full particulars of the articles to be sold and where and when they can be viewed by the buyers. If the advertisement cannot give full details, catalogues are printed, and each group of goods to be sold together, called a "lot", is usually given a number. The auctioneer need not begin with lot one and continue the numerical order; he may wait until he notices the fact that certain buyers are in the room and then produce the lots they are likely to be interested in. The auctioneer's services are paid for in the form. of a percentage of the price the goods are sold for. The auctioneer therefore has a direct interest in pushing up the bidding.

Auctioned goods are sold().

A.for the highest price offered

B.at fixed prices

C.at prices lower than their true value

D.at prices offered by the auctioneer

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第11题

Mary's father is very pleased () her.
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