1.---What can I do for you? ---_________
A.Let me have a watch.
B.Could you show me the watch?
C.Yes, you can. Give me the watch.
D.The watch, please don't give me the pen.
2.---I'll fly to Shanghai on business next Friday. ---____________________________
A.That's very nice of you.
B.I don't think so.
C.Can't you go?
D.Have a good trip.
3.--- I'm going to take my entrance test tomorrow. --- !
4.--- ? ---He's a tall man with short hair.
A.How is he
B.What does he like
C.What is he
D.What does he look like
5.---Morning, sir. ---I've learnt that silk is famous here. Can I get some?
A.Can you help me?
B.What's the matter with you?
C.Can you give me a hand?
D.Anything I can do for you?
6.--- Does that tea have enough sugar in it? ---
A.Yes, it is. Thank you.
B.Yes, it does. Thank you.
C.Yes, I will. Thank you.
D.Yes, I do. I like it.
7.--- Hello, how are you? ---
A.Hello, how are you?
B.How do you do?
C.Fine, thank you.
8.--- Do you know if Mrs. Brown is still living in London? ---
A.Yes, she is.
B.Yes, it is.
C.Yes, they are.
D.Yes, he is.
9.--- May I borrow your umbrella for a moment? --- ______________.
A.No, you can't do it
B.Sorry, but you may not
C.Well, I am afraid I am going to use it myself
D.Of course not. I'm going to need it myself
10.---What does your father do? --- ___________.
A.He is cleaning the street
B.He is forty
C.He is a farmer
D.He is all right
11.W: I don’t know what to say about your new girlfriend-she seems so cold, so distant. M: Deep down, she’s a loving person. The problem is that she didn’t have a loving family like ours. So she doesn’t know how to express love. Q: According to the man, what’s wrong with his new girlfriend?
A.She is from a loving family.
B.She doesn’t know how to express love because of her family background.
C.She is not a friendly and helpful person.
12.W: You look at my father and see a tough man with a gun and blood on his hands. But I see him as a man who always provides for his family. M: Whoa, wait a minute. I didn’t say anything of the sort. I admire your father a lot. Q: What does the man think about the woman’ s father?
A.He admires her father a lot.
B.He considers her father a tough man.
C.He thinks her father a family man.
13.W: You know, I never understood why my parents kept giving second chances to my brother. He never does right by them. M: Then you don’t understand the nature of love. Love means never quitting on the one you love. Q: What does the woman NOT understand?
A.Her brother’s naughtiness.
C.The nature of love.
14.W: If only I had more money, I would buy my parents everything they wanted. M: That’s a very nice thought, but it’s really not necessary. Visit them more. That should be enough for them. Q: What should the woman do for her parents according to the man?
A.The woman should give her parents more money.
B.The woman should visit her parents more.
C.The woman should buy everything her parents want.
15.W: Excuse me! Have you already started class? Or am I on time? M: I’ve already begun the lesson, We’re talking about the meaning of love. Please take your seat. Q: What is the topic for the class?
A.Being on time.
B.The meaning of love.
C.Taking your seat.
16.W: Some learn from their parents, some from their friends … but if a person has never learned about love, his life is a waste. M: I agree whole-heartedly. Thankfully, I learned about love from my parents at an early age. Q: What are the speakers talking about?
17.W: It's 10 0’clock! You’re late again! I just don’t know what to say anymore. M: Sweetheart, love, darling, you should know that my being late has nothing to do with my love for you. Try to understand me. Q: What can we infer from the conversation?
A.The man wanted to be late.
B.The man was a sweet talker.
C.The man loved her girlfriend very much.
18.W: Sometimes I’m glad our mother isn’t alive, I think if she could see the person I've become, she’d really be disappointed. M: Mom had a lot of love for you. If she were here now, she wouldn’t judge you that way. She just would’ve been happy to see her kids and help them when she could. Q: According to the man, what would their mother NOT have done if she were alive?
A.Judge her kids.
B.Help her kids when she could.
C.Have a lot of love for her kids.
19.M: Pardon me. Um, why don’t you teach us anything about love in class? W: Well, love is important, but it’s not a good topic for the classroom. You should learn about love from your parents or grandparents. Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A.Teacher and student.
B.Brother and sister.
C.Mother and son.
20.W: I’ve been thinking about how I could teach my children to be more loving. M: Sounds like a job for you and your husband. How about I give you some vacation time? You could take a family trip and talk more with your kids. Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A.Parents and children.
B.Husband and wife.
C.Boss and employee.
21.Where’s Lily? We are all here _______ her.
22.Jack has studied Chinese in this school _______ the year of 2000.
23.The workers were made ________ ten hours a day.
24.His father ________ to work in Hong Kong 3 years ago.
D.has been sent
25.---Did you go to the exhibition on May 18th? ---Of course. There were many kinds of Taiwan fruits_________.
26.Will you please say it again? I ________ quite _______ you.
27.What did you see _________?
28.--- you ever to the US? --- Yes, twice.
29.Charlie ________ here next month.
C.isn’t going to working
30.Mary is _________ girl.
A.an 8 year old
C.the 8 years old
31.Jean doesn’t ______ her roommates and there are often disagreements between them.
A.get on with
C.put up with
D.go on with
32.Automobile(汽车)production of the present time has been increased .
33.He’s too pleased with himself.
34.Someone shouted “fire” but it was a alarm and there was no danger.
35.Your socks ______ your shoes; they look very well together.
36.Anyone who has spent time with children is aware of the difference in the way boys and girls respond to ______ situations.
37.It is absolutely ______ that our team will win the game.
38.His wife earns a high ______ as a manager.
39.I can’t advise you what to do; you must use your own ______.
40.Under the Constitution(宪法), government cannot interfere ______ the private lives of citizens.
1.A: Eliza, are you free this Sunday? B:## What’s up? A: I want to go to the countryside with my classmates. B: ## A: I’d like to catch some insects. There is a biology competition next month. B: ## A: Of course, I do. Biology is my favorite, don’t you know? ## B:My favorite subject is painting. But I’m more and more interested in biology. ## A: Sure, you can. Shall we meet here, at 8:00 am on Sunday morning? B: OK. See you then.
2.People enjoy taking trips. But what are the reasons they leave home? One reason is for education. People travel because they want to ## their horizons to learn about other people and other places. They are ## about other cultures. When people are ## , they get a quick look at different ways of living. Even a short look at another kind of lifestyle is an important lesson. On a trip, a person can learn directly ## visiting museums and other scenic spots in Paris and shops ## the River Seine(塞纳河). He gets a vivid picture, a real life of one of the French people. He learns about their attitudes, how they feel about business, beauty and history.
1.Passage 1 Mr. Tom Forester lived by himself a long way from town. He hardly ever left his home, but one day he went into town to buy some things in the market. After he had bought them, he went into a restaurant and sat down at a table by himself. When he looked around, he saw several old people put glasses on before reading their newspapers, so after lunch he decided to go to a shop to buy himself some glasses too. He walked along the road, and soon found a shop. The man in the shop made him try on a lot of glasses, but Tom always said,” No, I can’t read with these.” The man became more and more puzzled (迷惑不解), until finally he said, “Excuse me, but can you read at all?” “No, of course I can’t!” Tom said angrily. “If I was already able to read, do you think I would have come here to buy glasses?”
2.Passage 2 Once James Thornhill, a famous English painter, was asked to paint some pictures on the walls of the king's palace in English. Then workers were sent for and a big platform(台子) was made. With the help of a worker, Thornhill started painting on the platform. They worked for a whole year and at last the pictures were ready. Thornhill was happy when he looked at the pictures, for they were really beautiful. He looked at them for a long time, and then took one step back and looked again. Now the pictures were even more beautiful. He took another step, then another. Finally he was at the very edge(边缘) of the platform, but he did not know it because he was thinking of his pictures. The worker saw everything. "What should I do?" he thought. "Thornhill is at the very edge of the platform. If I cry out, he will take another step, fall off it and surely be killed." So the worker quickly took some paint(漆) and threw it at the picture. "What are you doing?" cried the painter, running quickly forward to his pictures.
1.英文翻译成中文;Showing the ability of good judgment is important for an interview.
2.英文翻译成中文;It is necessary that we should protect wild animals properly.
3.英文翻译成中文;There is usually very little waiting in the fast food restaurants, and the food is always cheap.
4.英文翻译成中文; Suzhou tops all the other gardens in both the number and the artistry of gardens.
5.英文翻译成中文; Chinese food is famous for its rich flavors and delightful colors.