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一、语音知识

   在下列每组单词中,有一个单词的划线部分与其他单词的划线部分的读音不同。找出这个词,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。

(   )1. A. metallic       B. narrow         C. examine         D. answer

(   )2. A. announcement  B. absence        C. accident         D. carriage

(   )3. A. servant        B. prefer          C. surface          D. suffer

(   )4. A. simply        B. fairly           C. reply           D. peacefully

(   )5. A. musical       B. drum           C. museum         D. huge

二、词汇与语法知识,    从每小题的四个选择项中,选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。

(   )6. ______! There’s a train coming.

A. Look forward   B. Look around       C. Look out     D. Look on

(   )7. His English is       better than mine, for he knows        English words and expressions than I do.

      A. very; much more                B. far; many more

      C. quite; rather more                D. much; much more

(   )8.We couldn’t eat in a restaurant because _______ of us had ______ money on us.

A. all; no                 B. none; any                C. any; no                    D. no one; any

(   )9. The classroom must have been cleaned yesterday,        ?

      A. wasn’t it       B. haven’t        C. hasn’t it          D. mustn’t it

(   )10.These oranges taste ________.

      A. to be well                     B. well                  C. to be good         D. good 

(   )11.       the hall, he found all the people         there.

      A. Entered; seat                    B. Entering; seated

      C. To enter; sitting                  D. Entering; seating

(   )12.That is         I had to take the risk of being washed away.

      A.how     B. reason why      C. why        D. what

 (   )13. I        have been there, but I         not find the time.

       A. should; would                   B. should; could

 C. might; could                    D. could; could

(   )14.Was _______ careful enough _______ him to type that letter without a mistake?

A. it; for                                              B. that; of

C. it; of                                               D. that; for

 (   )15. Dried leaves continue to hang on the branches of some trees         the

      new leaves appear.

       A. until         B. that         C. by          D. from

(   )16.You cannot be ____careful when you drive a car.

A.     too        B. very          C. so          D. enough

 (   )17. I’m anxious to get      from you before I do the job.

       A. a few more advices              B. a little more advice

       C. a few more advice               D. a little more advices

(   )18.The engine ____ smoke and steam.

A. gives up          B. gives in     C. gives away        D. gives off

 (   )19. The information         any more. I’ve got enough.

       A. need not collect                 B. doesn’t need be collected

       C. need not to be collected           D. doesn’t need to be collected

(   )20.He had us ___ all through the meal.

   A. laughing at      B. laugh      C. laughed       D. laughing

 (   )21. We       all our achievements to the correct leadership of the Party.

       A. own         B. owe         C. devote         D. appreciate

(   )22. Beethoven       a very poor life, but        us a lot of excellent music.

       A. led; has left                    B. led; had left

       C. leads; has left                  D. was leading; had left

(   )23. More information becomes        through the use of computers.

       A. external      B. flexible       C. adequate      D. available

(   )24. The child is looking forward to          a gift.

       A. be given      B. giving        C. being given    D. give

(   )25.       science help to raise the educational level of the whole nation.

       A. General       B. Common     C. Public        D. Popular

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(   )26.What kept you from coming on time?

                    .

       A. I was aching all over and didn’t feel like moving about

       B. It was terrible going from one side of the city to another

       C. There were cars and buses crowding the streets

       D. I couldn’t get on the right bus

(   )27.I want to take Flight 983 which leaves at 12:00.

                       .

       A. I’ll check

       B. I hope that you have a pleasant flight

       C. You are in the economy class, I believe

       D. Then you have to be at the airport at 10:00 a.m.

(   )28.I was wondering if you were coming.

                   .

       A. Of course not

       B. I’m really sorry. It was the traffic, you know

       C. I left home very late and in a great hurry

       D. It was nothing to wonder at

(   )29.I was wondering if you would like to visit the city museum with me on

         Friday.

                     .

       A. Like it very much. Thank you     B. Yes, that sounds great, Thank you

       C. Right, Thank you               D. No worry. Thank you

(   )30.You’re the conductor of the bus. When a passenger gets on the bus, what

          do you say?

                       .

       A. Thank you                     B. Ticket, please

       C. Sit down, please                D. You’ve taken the wrong bus

三、完形填空,阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意。从每小题的四个选项中选出可填入相应空白处的最佳选择,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。

    Bill Fuller, the mailman, whistled cheerfully as he walked up the hill towards

Mrs. Carter’s house. His work for the day  31 , his bag, usually quite heavy when he

started out on his rounds, was empty now  32  the letter that he had to deliver to Mrs. Carter. She lived  33  blocks away, so when Bill had mail for her, he always finished his day’s work  34  later. He did not  35  this though, because she never failed to ask him in  36  coffee and a piece of her special cake.

When Bill  37  Mrs. Carter’s house, he was surprised not to find her working in the yard. She usually  38  her afternoon when the weather was good. Bill went around to the back of the house, thinking that she  39  in the kitchen. The door was locked and the curtains were drawn. Puzzled, he returned to the front of the house and knocked loudly on the front door. There   40 . Bill thought that this was very strange because he knew that Mrs. Carter  41  left the house.

Just then he noticed that her bottle of milk. Which is always delivered early in the morning, was still on the porch. This  42  him. If Mrs. Carter had not  43  her milk, maybe she  44 . Bill walked around the house  45  he found an open window. It was a small window, but he  46  to get through . He went into the hall. There he was almost stumbled over Mrs. Carter, who  47  unconscious at the foot of the stairs. Realizing that he  48  get help, he rushed  49  the house, stopped a  50  car and told the driver to go to the nearest telephone and call an ambulance.

(   )31. A. was almost finishing          B. was almost being finished

C. was almost finish             D. was almost finished

(   )32. A. except       B. except for      C. besides        D. except that

(   )33. A. quite a few   B. only few       C. quite a few of   D. quite few

(   )34. A. much       B. a lot of         C. many         D. more

(   )35. A. care        B. mind           C. realize        D. bear

(   )36. A. to          B. with           C. of            D. for

(   )37. A. arrived      B. got            C. got to         D. reached to

(   )38. A spent        B. past           C. took          D. had

(   )39. A. might be    B. must be         C. must have been  D. couldn’t have

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(   )40. A. did not answer                 B. was no answer
C. was not answer                 D. was no any answer
(   )41. A. often        B. sometimes      C. rarely         D. always
(   )42. A. was worried  B. did worried      C. worried       D. worrying
(   )43. A. taken out     B. taken of        C. take up        D. taken in
(   )44. A. fallen ill     B. was sick        C. ill            D. sick
(   )45. A. unless       B. until           C. once          D. if
(   )46. A. tried        B. managed        C. was forced      D. liked
(   )47. A. was lying    B. was lain        C. was laying      D. was laid
(   )48. A. needed to    B. need to        C. needs to        D. was needed to
(   )49. A. into         B. to             C. up            D. out of
(   )50. A. past         B. passed         C. pass           D. passing
四、阅读理解,阅读下列短文,然后根据短文的内容从每小题的四个选择项中选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。
A
    Thomas Alva Edison was awarded more patents on inventions than any other
American. When he died in 1931, Americans wondered how they could best show
their respect for him. One suggestion was that the nation observe a minute or two of
total blackout. All electric power would be shut off in homes, streets and factories.
Perhaps this suggestion made Americans realize fully what Edison and his inventions meant to them. Electric power was too important to the country. Shutting it off for even a short time would have led to complete confusion. A blackout was out of the question.
On the day of Edison’s funeral, many people silently dimmed their lights. In this way they honored the man who had done more than anyone else to put the great force of electricity at his countrymen’s fingertips.
(   )51. People decided to honor Edison when          .
A. he made the first electric light.
B. electric power was 100 years old
C. the country realized electricity’s importance
D. he died in 1931
(   )52. The suggestion was to          .
A. turn off the lights in factories and schools
B. observe a few minutes of total silence
C. dim all electric lights
D. shut off all electricity for a short time
(   )53. Americans fully realized what Edison’s inventions meant when they      .
A. heard of his death               B. heard of the plan to honor him
C. first used electric power          D. tired to carry out the plan
(   )54. The plan was never carried out because          .
A. not everyone wanted to honor Edison
B. it was too difficult
C. electric power was too important to the country
D. in honored only one of Edison’s inventions


B
    Education is not an end, but a means to an end. In other words, we do not
educate children only for the purpose of educating them. Our purpose is to fit them
for life.
    In some modern countries it has for some time been fashionable to think that by
free education for all —whether rich or poor, clever or stupid —one can solve all the problems of society and build a perfect nation. But we can already see that free education for all is not enough; we find in such countries a far larger number of people with university degrees; they refuse to do what they think “low” work; and, in fact, work with hands is thought to be dirty and shameful in such countries. But we have only to think a moment to understand that the work of a completely uneducated farmer is far more important than that of a professor; we can live without education, but we die if we have no food.
If no one cleaned our streets and took the rubbish away from our houses, we should get terrible diseases in our towns.
In fact, when we say that all of us must be educated to fit us for life, it means that we must be educated in such a way that, firstly, each of us can do whatever work suited to his brains and ability and, secondly, that we can realize that all jobs are necessary to society, and that is very bad to be ashamed of one’s work. Only such a type of education can be considered valuable to society.
(   )55. The writer of the passage thinks that         .
A. education can settle most of the world’s problems
B. free education for all probably leads to a perfect world
C. free education won’t help to solve social problems
D. all the social problems can’t be solved by education
(   )56. The writer wants prove that         .
A. our society needs all kinds of jobs
B. our society needs free education for all
C. a farmer is more important than a professor
D. people with university degree refuse to do what they think “low” work
(   )57. According to the passage         .
A. work with hands is dirty and shameful
B. work with hands is low work
C. work with hands is the most important
D. we can’t regard work with hands as low work
(   )58. The purpose of education is           .
A. to choose a system of education
B. to prepare children mainly for their future work
C. to let everyone receive education fit for him
D. to build a perfect world


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C
Your name is made up of at least two names. Everyone has a first and last name. How many people do you know who are named William or Mary or John or Joy? How could you keep them all straight if they didn’t have last names?
But there was a time in England when there were no last names. Your father might have been William, and your mother, Mary, William’s wife.
Your name might have been Fred, son of William. What if another William moved into the town? Let’s say he was a tailor, He might have been called William the tailor to keep people from confusing the two Williams. The name would then have become William Taylor, and his whole family would have the last name Taylor, That is how family names came to be.
There are many ways in which families were named. People were named for their jobs, where they lived, or how they looked. Some people even took the names of things that they thought were beautiful. Other people took such names as Prince or King, because they admired these people. Names were also given because of the father’s name as in Anderson, Johnson, or Richardson. There were many ways that people got their last names. Can you imagine having to choose your own?
(   )59. According to the text, we can tell that           .
A. there was a time in England when there were no first names
B. there was a time in England when there were no last names
C. there was a time in England when people were all named William
D. there was a time in France when people had no names
(   )60. If George was a blacksmith, his whole family would         .
A. have the last name Smith       B. have the last name Taylor
C. have the last name George      D. have the last name William
(   )61. In the first paragraph, the sentence “How could you keep them all
straight…” means         .
A. how can you possibly stop them from seeing each other
B. how can you possibly tell them from one another
C. how can you possibly make them live as good citizens
D. how can you possibly teach them to be honest
(   )62. From what the writer says, we may conclude that          .
A. Richard is the son of Richardson
B. people like their names made up of two parts better than three
C. there were many ways in which people got their first names
D. there were many ways in which people got their last names


D
Venice is the “Queen” of the Adriatic Sea (亚得里亚海). Every year thousands of people visit the city. Why do they go there? Because Venice is a beautiful city. There aren’t any roads in this city so there aren’t any cars and buses. There are canals. There is one big canal and 177 small canal. People move up and down the canals in boats. But Venice is sinking. It is going down and the water is going up. In 2040 Venice will be underwater. The Adriatic will cover the city.
The Venetians love their city and they want to stay there. They want to save Venice from the sea. They do not want to leave. How can they save Venice? They can put some gates in the sea. The gates will close so Venice will not sink.
(   )63. The citizens of Venice          .
A. do not want to stay there     
B . want to leave Venice
C. want to build some gates in the city
D. want to protect the city from the sea
(   )64. Altogether how many canals are there in Venice?
A. 117        B. 176        C. 2040        D. 178
(   )65. Which of the following statements is true according to the text?
A. The “Queen of the Adriatic” will be underwater in 2040
B. The “Queen of the Adriatic Sea” will come to Venice
C. There will be roads and cars and buses in Venice
D. The whole city but the gates will be under the water
五、补全对话(共5句;每句满分为4分,共20分。)
根据中文提示,将对话中缺少的内容写在线上。这些句子必须符合英语表达习惯。打句号的地方,用陈述句;打问号的地方,用疑问句。
提示:Jack Smith是某校的新生,第一天到校,觉得这地方不错,但对周围的一切还不太熟悉。Peter Jones见到Jack主动和他打招呼。他们彼此做了自我介绍后,Peter询问Jack对学校的看法,并建议他去见自己的朋友。Jack同意了,并表示感谢。
Peter:Hello, how are you?
Jack:I’m fine. ________66________?
Peter:I’m fine, too. My name is Peter Jones.
Jack:________67__________.


Peter:Is this your first day here in this school?
Jack:________68___________.


Peter:How do you like it?
Jack:________69___________.
Peter:Why not come and meet some of my friends? I’m sure they’d be glad to show you around.
Jack:________70__________. Thank you.
 


 


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英语辅导练习(二)


一、  语音知识,在下列每组单词中,有一个单词的划线部分与其他单词的划线部分的读音不同。找出这个词,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。

(   )1. A. pillow       B. follow        C. blow         D. allow

(   )2. A. variety       B. advantage     C. average       D. affair

(   )3. A. chime        B. polite        C. clinic         D. otherwise

(   )4. A. relative       B. delay        C. connect       D. chest

(   )5. A. brought       B. thought      C. fought        D. doubt

 

二、词汇与语法知识,从每小题的四个选择项中,选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。

(   )6. How is it         the has made such rapid progress?

      A. that          B. why           C. when          D. because

(   )7. Is there anything wrong with your car, John?

             .

      A. Yes, I’m afraid not              B. No, I’m afraid not

      C. Yes, I’m afraid so               D. No, I’m afraid isn’t

(   )8. It was repairing old clocks that he          his spare time at home.

      A. took          B. used          C. spent               D. paid

(   )9. Plastics can’t         steel completely.

      A. instead        B. instead of      C. take the place of  D. take place

(   )10. I’ll start early,           I oversleep.

      A. however       B. unless         C. whether       D. though

(   )11.         useful information you’ve gathered!

      A. What         B. What a         C. How         D. How an

(   )12. Need we hand in our homework right after class?

        Yes, you          .

      A. need          B. do            C. may          D. must

(   )13. That is         I had to take the risk of being washed away.

      A. why          B. reason why      C. how         D. what

(   )14. Mrs. Black started to         tea as soon as the guests came in.

      A. cook          B. boil            C. make        D. do

(   )15. Jenny says that she       a bad cold for several days.

      A. has had        B. had had        C. has caught    D. had caught

(   )16. A lot of people         exercise every day in order to keep healthy.

      A. takes          B. take           C. are taking     D. are taken

(   )17. Would you like to buy a bicycle of this kind?

      Yes, I’d like to have         .

A. it             B. that            C. one          D. this

(   )18. Open your books at       . Let’s learn the words and expressions.

A. ten page      B. tenth page      C. page ten      D. page the tenth

(   )19.Whose bedroom is this?

       It’s        .

A. my sister’s Ann                 B. my sister Ann

C. my sister’s Ann’s                D. my sister Ann’s

(   )20. They told the policeman the fact         they had nothing to do with the murder.

      A. that          B. which         C. why          D. how

(   )21.I think the green coat         her well.

       That’s right.

      A. fits          B. is fit           C. is fit for       D. fits for

(   )22.He has been caught ___  the rain and is wet ___ the skin.

    A. by; to       B. with; in        C. in; through      D. in; to

(   )23. She hardly thinks that there is any hope of hearing from them soon,  __   ?

      A. does she      B. doesn’t she     C. is there        D. isn’t there

(   )24.These players lost the game. They were ______ players.

       A. losing                 B. lost                   C. lose           D. being lost

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(   )25.         hard at your lessons, and you may make some progress.

      A. Working       B. Work        C. If you work     D. To work

(   )26.—What kept you from coming on time?

       —             .

       A. I was aching all over and didn’t feel like moving about

       B. I couldn’t get on the right bus

       C. There were cars and buses crowding the streets

       D. It was terrible going from one side of the city to another

(   )27. It is over a week         Mr. White returned to England to take a holiday.

A. when         B. since         C. after          D. as

(   )28. It is said that his bridge has         for more than three centuries.

      A. appeared       B. risen          C. existed           D. born

(   )29.Have you ever heard of Mr. Read?

Yes, he is       reporter.

A. an Australian famous young     B. a famous Australian young

C. a young Australian famous      D. a famous young Australian

(   )30.There is a big hole _______ the left side of the ship.

A. at                B. on                     C. by                           D. in

 

三、完形填空,通读下面的短文,掌握其大意。从每小题的四个选项中选出可填入相应空白处的最佳选择,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。

Harriet Tubman was born a slave. She didn’t get a chance to go to school.  31  a child, she had to work very hard in the fields  32  day. In this  33  her master could  34  a lot of money when he  35  his crops. Harriet  36  think that she was being treated fairly.

After Harriet grew up, she ran away from the farm to the northern states. There, and in Canada, black people were free. Harriet liked to be free, she felt  37  all of the black people who were  38  slaves.

Harriet returned to the south to help other slaves to run away. She made sure they got to  39 .

Harriet was in great  40   41  a law that had just been  42 . The law  43  it was not permitted to  44  slaves run away. She also found out  45  slave owners said they would  46  40,000 to anyone who could catch H. Tubman.

There were many stories about Harriet helping slaves run away. In all, she made nineteen  47  back to the south and led about 300 slaves to freedom. When the Civil War broke out, the northern states  48  against the southern states. Harriet  49  the northern states because the northerners believed that slaves should be free. She worked as a nurse and spied  50  enemy lines until the northern states won the war.

(   )31. A. As            B. Like          C. Since         D. Because of

(   )32. A. by            B. most          C. all           D. during

(   )33. A. way           B. place          C. town          D. means

(   )34. A. make          B. do            C. give          D. pay

(   )35. A sell            B. sold           C. buy          D. bought

(   )36. A. did            B. didn’t         C. certainly      D. of course

(   )37. A. sure           B. sorry          C. happy        D. wrong

(   )38. A. yet            B. only           C. again        D. still

(   )39. A. the north       B. the west        C. the east      D. the south

(   )40. A. anger          B. hurry          C. danger       D. difficulty

(   )41. A. because        B. because of      C. as           D. for

(   )42. A. broken         B. given          C. got          D. passed

(   )43. A. told           B. wrote          C. said          D. spoke

(   )44. A. help           B. ask            C. set           D. take

(   )45. A. about          B. that           C. what          D. when

(   )46. A. spend          B. cost           C. pay           D. take

(   )47. A. trips           B. letters         C. walks          D. telegraphs

(   )48. A. united          B. fought        C. quarrelled       D. agreed
(   )49. A. waited for       B. searched for    C. stood for       D. looked

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for
(   )50. A. behind          B. in            C. on            D. before


四、阅读理解,阅读下列短文,然后根据短文的内容从每小题的四个选择项中选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。
A
    Dorothea Dix left home at an early age–of her own free will–to live with her
grandmother.
At fourteen, Dorothea was teaching school at Worcester, Massachusetts. A short time after she had begun teaching, she get up a school for young girls in her grandparents’ home. Stress was placed on moral character at Dorothea’s school, which she conducted until she was thirty-three.
She was forced to give up teaching at her grandparents’ home, however, when she became ill, a few years of inactivity followed.
In 1841 Dorothea began to teach again, accepting a Sunday school class in the East Cambridge, Massachusetts’ prison. Here she first came insane people locked up together with prisoners.
In those days insane people were treated even worse than prisoners. There were only a few madhouses in the entire country. Therefore prisons, poor houses, and houses of correction were used to keep the insane.
Dorothea Dix made a careful investigation of the inhuman treatment of the insane. It was considered unfeminine for a woman to devote herself to such work at this time. But this did not stop Dorothea Dix from providing proper medical care for the insane.
Gradually, because of her investigations, conditions were improved. More than thirty mental institutions were founded or rebuilt in the United States because of her hard work. Dorothea also spread her investigations to England and to other parts of Europe.
During the Civil War, Dorothea served as superintendent of woman hospital nurses in the Union army. When the war was over, she returned to her work of improving conditions for insane people.
(   )51. This article is mainly about          .
A. social problems of the nineteenth century
B. how Dorothea Dix got her education
C. how Dorothea Dix devoted herself to education
D. how Dorothea Dix devoted herself to the work improving conditions for
   insane people
(   )52. How did Dorothea Dix first realize the mistreatment of insane people?
A. Her grandmother treated the mistreatment of insane people.
B. She worked in an insane hospital as a young woman.
C. She taught Sunday school in a prison.
D. She was asked to investigate the problem.
(   )53. Which of the following statements about Dorothea Dix is best supported by the passage?
       A. She spent time studying law.
       B. Her grandmother was teacher.
       C. She considered most insane well treated.
       D. Many people believed that her work was not proper.
(   )54. How are the events of Dorothea Dix’s life presented in the passage?
       A. In space order.           B. In time order.
       C. In alphabetical order.          D. From greatest to least important.


B
The sea is the largest unknown part of the world. It covers seventy-one percent of the earth. There is still much to be discovered about this vast blanket of water.
If the waters of the oceans could be moved away, the sea floor with its wide valleys, irregular mountains and rivers in the sea would be an unbelievable sight. Around the edges of the continents the ocean floor is flat and the water does not become much deeper for about thirty miles. Where there are high young mountains along the coast, this flat part may be much less than thirty miles. But where rivers flow into the sea, the flat area may extent for hundreds of miles.
The region near the continents, where the water is not so deep, is the place where the ocean’s greatest riches in marine life are found. Below these creatures and plants are the largest known quantities of minerals.
At the end of the flat part the sea floor suddenly drops down, forming deep hollows which are shaped like bowls. These huge hollows hold most of the world’s water.
Imagine, if you can, a mountain chain stretching 40,000 miles around the earth. It is hard to believe that this great under-water chain of mountain encircling the earth was discovered only a few years ago.


55. Land areas cover _______ of the earth.
A. seventy-one percent        B.thirty-one percent
C.  two-thirds      D. twenty-nine percent
56. Around the edges of the continents the water is relatively ________.
A. narrow  B. shallow   C. deep   D. regular
57. _______ is the good place for living creatures and plants.
A. The deep water area of the sea
B. The edges of the continent
C. The area around the continents
D. The shallow water area not far from the continents
58. A few years ago, ________ of 40,000 miles was ________.
A. a chain of mountains; found
B. a mountain chain; engirded
C. an under water chain of mountains; discovered
        D. a mountain chain around the earth; imagined



C
Once there was a king who never ate a meal unless there was a dish of fish with it, but one day there was a big storm and the fishermen were not able to go out to catch fish, so the king had no breakfast and no lunch. Then he ordered his servants to tell everybody in his capital that if anyone brought him a fish, he would give him anything that he asked for.
At last, a fisherman caught a big fish late in the afternoon and hurried to the king’s palace with it. But the kin’s Prime Minister would not let him in until he promised to give him half of whatever the king gave him for the fish.
The king was very happy when he saw the fish. He asked the fisherman what he wanted for his fish. To his surprise, the fisherman said, “I want you to beat me two dozen times with a stick.” When the king began to beat him a dozen times, the fisherman jumped away and said, “That is enough for me. I promised the other dozen to your Prime Minister.” Then he told the king what has happened between the Prime Minister and himself. The king was very angry. He not only gave the Prime Minister the dozen hits. but also said, “Because you have been dishonest, you will not be my Prime Minister any more. The fisherman will take your place.”
(   )59. The fisherman took his fish to the king’s palace because        .
A. the king had promised to give him whatever he wanted
B. the king was dying from hunger
C. he wanted to teach the Prime Minister a lesson
D. he wanted to be the Prime Minister
(   )60. When the fisherman told the king what he wanted, the king           .
A. was very happy    B. was very surprised
C. was very angry    D. gave him what he wanted at once
(   )61. Which of the following sentences is true?
A. The king wanted to make the fisherman king.
B. The king had nothing to eat for one whole day.
C. The king ate a fish every day.
D. The king was quite hungry when the fisherman came.
(   )62. The king got rid of his Prime Minister because         .
A. the fisherman was cleverer than his Prime Minister
B. the Prime Minister did not know how to catch fish
C. the Prime Minister was not an honest man
D. the Prime Minister took half of what the king gave the fisherman


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D


Let me tell you a story about Bert and Mildred Bum bridge, who used to be very forgetful. For example, Mildred would forget to cook dinner, or Bert would show up for work on Sunday thinking it was Monday. One summer, they were to take a long plane trip. What do you suppose happened? Well, they got to the airport with only ten minutes to spare. In that situation, anyone would board the plane right away. But not Mr. and Mrs. Bum bridge. They just had to buy some flight insurance first. After all, who knows what will happen on a plane flight? They quickly put some coins into a machine and out came their insurance policy. “Who would get the money if we crash, I wonder?” asked Mildred. “My mother, of course,” her husband replied. “We’ll mail the policy to her. Now quick, give me a stamp, will you?” he said. “The plane is going to take off in another minute.” Bert put the stamp on the envelope, dropped it in the mail box, and suddenly let out a cry. What happened, do you suppose? He had mailed their plane tickets to his mother!

(   )63. What did Bert and Mildred get after putting coins into the machine?

A. A stamp.          B. An envelope.           C. Two tickets.     D. Some flight insurance.

(   )64. What did Bert want to mail to his mother?

A. An empty envelope.                            B. Some coins.

C. The tickets.                                         D. The insurance policy.

(   )65. What was the reason why Mr. Bum bridge made such a foolish mistake at the airport?

       A. He had to do everything in a great rush.

       B. It was his first flight, and he was very worried about it.

       C. He had forgotten to bring a stamp for his mother’s letter.

       D. He was very worried about his mother.

 

五、补全对话(共5句;每句满分为4分,共20分。)

    根据中文提示,将对话中缺少的内容写在线上。这些句子必须符合英语表达习惯。打句号的地方,用陈述句;打问号的地方,用疑问句。

提示:假如你去北京,你要去天安门,你不认识路,于是去问路。下面是问路的一段对话,请你把A所说的五句话补全。

AExcuse me,        66        ?

    BSure,        67       , then take the second turn on the right. Walk on until you come to the traffic lights. Then turn left. You can’t miss it.

A          68          ?

BNo, you can walk there.

A          69         

BIt’s only about 10 minutes’ walk.

A           70         .

BNot at all. Bye-bye!

ABye!

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英语辅导练习(三)


一、语音知识,在下列每组单词中,有一个单词的划线部分与其他单词的划线部分的读音不同。找出这个词,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。

(   )1.A. group                 B. about               C. found        D. without

(   )2.A. result                  B. decide              C. suggest            D. impress

(   )3.A. water                 B. what                C. chalk               D. almost

(   )4.A. jacket                 B. radio                C. change             D. hate

(   )5.A. then                    B. invent        C. ever                 D. eve

二、词汇与语法知识,从每小题的四个选择项中,选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。

(   )6. A computer _______ think for itself; it must be told what to do.

          A. can’t                        B. couldn’t                  C. may not           D. might not

(   )7. Don’t smoke in the meeting-room, ________?

          A. do you                     B. will you                   C. can you            D. could you

(   )8. Have you moved into the new house?

          Not yet. The rooms ________.

          A. are being painted      B. are painting             C. are painted       D. are being painting 

(   )9. Alexander Graham Bell invented ________ telephone in 1876.

          A. \                           B. a                            C. the                   D. one

(   )10. We ________ each other the best of luck in the examination.

A. hoped                       B. wanted                    C. expected          D. wished

(   )11. ______! There’s a train coming.

A. Look out                  B. Look around           C. Look forward  D. Look on

(   )12.Will somebody go and get Dr. White?

He’s already been _______.

A. asked for                  B. sent for                   C. called for         D. looked for

(   )13._______ he was old and sick did the enemy set him free.

  A. Until                         B. Not until           C. Unless                    D. When

(   )14.We haven’t heard from Jane for a long time.

What do you suppose ________ to her?

A. was happening           B. to happen         C. has happened          D. having happened

(   )15. These players lost the game. They were ______ players.

A. losing                          B. lost                         C. lose                 D. being lost

(   )16. Mrs. Smith warned her daughter ________ after drinking.

A. never to drive              B. to never drive          C. never driving           D. never drive

(   )17.Do you know Jim quarreled with his brother?

I don’t know, ________.

A. nor don’t I care                                             B. nor do I care   

C. I don’t care neither                                        D. I don’t care also

(   )18.How did you find your visit to the museum?

I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was _______ than I expected.

A. far more interesting                                       B. even much interesting

C. so more interesting                                       D. a lot much interesting

(   )19. We couldn’t eat in a restaurant because _______ of us had ______ money on us.

A. all; no                B. any; no                    C. none; any                D. no one; any

(   )20. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Green went to the market, ______ some bananas and visited her cousin.

A. bought        B. buying                     C. to buy                     D. buy

(   )21. These oranges taste ________.

A. good                  B. well                         C. to be good              D. to be well
(   )22. The students ________ busily when Miss Brown went to get a book she _______ in the office.

A. had written; left                              B. were writing; has left

C. had written; had left                               D. were writing; had left

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(   )23. 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
(   )24. The secretary worked late into the night, ______ a long speech for the president.
A. to prepare  B. preparing  C. prepared  D. was preparing
(   )25._______ any frogs when winter comes.
A. You hardly can find    B. Hardly you can find
C. You can find hardly    D. Hardly can you find
(   )26.—The light in the office is still on.
—Oh, I forgot ________.
A. turning it off     B. turn it off
C. to turn it off     D. having turned it off
(   )27. The hero of the story is an artist in his ________.
A. thirtieth  B. thirty   C. thirty’s  D. thirties
(   )28. No one can be sure ________ in a million years.
A. what man will look like   B. what will man look like
C. man will look like what   D. what look will man like
(   )29. Without electricity human life _______ quite different today.
A. is    B. will be  C. would have been  D. would be
(   )30. John was made _______ the truck for a week as a punishment.
A. to wash  B. washing  C. wash    D. to be washing

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三、完形填空,通读下面的短文,掌握其大意。从每小题的四个选项中选出可填入相应空白处的最佳选择,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边括号里。
I went there in 1948, no local planes in those days, so I made the trip by bus. It was a thousand kilometers long and it took twenty hours. I sat by a fellow about my own age, 24. He said his name was Karl Packer, but he told me _31__ anything else. He _32__ me because he had so little to say. No opinions, no memories, no tales to _33__. Had his home, his life, the war and so on _34__ no mark at all on him? It was very puzzling. I was glad when the pillows were _35__, and I could politely try to sleep. I _36__ I would never meet him again. The next time I went to Fairbum was in 1974. By _37__, of course. The president was going to “open” the new town, _38__ had taken twenty-six years to be _39_. I sat next to a man of about fifty, whose face was a book. I guessed he had something _40_ to tell me.
The face was rough, brown and lined. There were _41__ of worry and of fear perhaps, two old scars. But _42__ them, and stronger, I saw success and power. I guessed he was the boss of _43__. Perhaps he hadn’t _44__ it big or hadn’t wanted it.
He had done it well, no doubt. The thing had clearly _45__ him the power of decision, _46__. We started to talk … The next two hours were for me the most interesting and exciting that I remembered. I did not give a quarter as good as I got. He kept me _47__, open mouthed with wonder. Our plane _48__ at Fairbum. I _49__ his hand and thanked him for making the journey so pleasant. I told him my name. “The _50__ was mine,” he said, “I was Chief Engineer here at Fairbum until last year. I built the new town. Karl Packer is the name. Haven’t we met before somewhere?”
(   )31.A. hardly   B. almost   C. nearly   D. mostly
(   )32.A. moved   B. excited   C. disappointed  D. encouraged
(   )33.A. say    B. speak    C. tell    D. talk
(   )34.A. kept    B. stayed   C. remained   D. left
(   )35.A. set out   B. given up   C. given out   D. sent off
(   )36.A. hoped   B. considered  C. imagined   D. dreamed
(   )37.A. bus    B. land    C. air    D. chance
(   )38.A. it     B. that    C. which   D. this
(   )39.A. built    B. made    C. set    D. founded
(   )40.A. good    B. bad    C. wrong   D. old
(   )41.A. lots    B. stories   C. lines    D. places
(   )42.A. on    B. above   C. over    D. in   
(   )43.A. something  B. anything   C. nothing   D. everything
(   )44.A. expected   B. wanted   C. thought   D. regarded
(   )45.A. taught   B. offered   C. gave    D. showed
(   )46.A. command   B. obey    C. conclusion  D. invention
(   )47.A. still    B. busy    C. quiet    D. calm
(   )48.A. landed   B. flew    C. stopped   D. fell
(   )49.A. snatched   B. shook   C. seized   D. caught
(   )50.A. thank    B. happiness   C. excitement  D. pleasure

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