1.—What do you think of this novel?
A. I’ve read it.
C.It was written by my uncle.
D.I bought it yesterday.
2. —How are you getting on today?
B.How do you do?
C.I’m a doctor.
D.Nice to have known you.
3. As they can't afford to let the situation get worse, they will take some necessary _______.
4.Helen was seriously injured in a car ______.
5.The dog was tearing the cloth _____ its teeth.
6.We’ll go for a picnic if it ________tomorrow.
A.isn't going to rain
7.Five-year-old children are too young to go to school, ________?
A. are they
8.—What a beautiful dress you have on today!
A.It is suitable for me.
B.No, it isn’t.
C.You want to have one, too?
9. —You seem to be lost. Need help?
A.Yes, would you please help me with the bag?
B.Help me find my key, please.
C.Yes, with pleasure.
D.I'm looking for Zhongshan Road.
10. —I think he is a good lecturer.
A.Sorry, it doesn’t matter.
B.So do I.
C.Yes. It’s a good idea.
D. I don’t mind.
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.阅读理解判断题: A foreigner’s first impression of the U.S. is likely to be that everyone is in a rush — often under pressure. City people appear always to be hurrying to get where they are going restlessly, seeking attention in a store, and elbowing others as they try to complete their errands(任务). Racing through daytime meals is part of life in this country. Working time is considered precious. Others in public eating places are waiting for you to finish so that they can be served and get back to work within the time allowed. Each person hurries to make room for the next person. If you don’t, waiters will hurry you. You also find drivers will be abrupt and that people will push past you. You will miss smiles, brief conversations, and small courtesies with strangers. Don’t take it personally. This is because people value time highly, and they resent someone else “wasting” it beyond a certain courtesy point. The view of time affects the importance we attach to patience. In the American system of values, patience is not a high priority. Many of us have what might be called “a short fuse”. We begin to move restlessly about if we feel time is slipping away without some return—be this in terms of pleasure, work value, or rest. Those coming from lands where time is looked upon differently may find this matter of place to be one of their most difficult adjustments in both business and daily life. Many newcomers to the States will miss the opening courtesy of a business call, for example, they will miss the ritual socializing that goes with a welcoming cup of tea or coffee that may be traditional in their own country. They may miss leisurely business chats in a café or coffeehouse. Normally, Americans do not assess their visitors in such relaxed surroundings over prolonged small talks. We seek out evidence of past performance rather than evaluate a business colleague through social courtesies. Since we generally asses and probe professionally rather than socially, we start talking business very quickly.
1.作文:我最喜欢的书 The Book I Like Best 1.你最喜欢哪本书 2.你喜欢的理由
2.英译汉:We should encourage him to have confidence in himself.
3.英译汉:The more passions we have, the more happiness we are likely to experience.
4.英译汉:Various substances differ widely in their magnetic characteristics.
5.英译汉: The students are encouraged by their teacher to do more listening, reading and writing.
6.英译汉: A friend of mine from high school is working in England now.
7.英译汉:A lot of natural resources in the mountain area are to be exploited and used.
1.完形填空:It’s very interesting to stud names of different countries. Chinese names are different ## foreign names. Once an English lady came to visit me. When I was introduced to her she said, “Glad to meet you, Miss Ping.” Then she gave me her name card with three words on it: “Betty J. Black”. So I said, “Thank you, Miss Betty.” We looked at each other and laughed heartily. Later I found that the English people ## their family names last and the given name first, while their middles are not used very much. I explained to her that the Chinese family name comes first, the given name last, so she ## never call me Miss Ping. She asked if we Chinese had a middle name. I told her we didn’t. but people may often find three words on a Chinese name card. In this case the family name still comes first, and the other words after it ## a two-word given name. It is quite usual in China. My sister is Li Xiaofang. She has two words in her given name instead ## just one like mine.