1. I feel like ______ to the cinema with you. A. going B. to go C. go D. went
2. ______ a cold morning, he got up late. A. In B. On C. At D. With 3. He ______ for Beijing in 2 hours. A. left B. is left C. is leaving D. leaves 4. I’d like a piece of paper _______. A. to write B. writing C. to write on D. writing on
5. My computer doesn’t work. I decide to have it ______. A. repair B. repaired C. to repair D. repairing
6. We have succeed _______ his problem. A. on solving B. solve
C. for solving D. in solving.
7. I missed my sister very much. I couldn’t wait ______ her. When I saw her at the airport, I couldn’t help ______.
A. to meet, to cry B. meeting, crying C. meeting, to cry D. to meet, crying
8. Because Li Ming didn’t finish his homework, he ______ play soccer. A. wasn’t allowed to B. allowed not to C. didn’t allow to D. was allowed not to 9. This box is used _______ a suitcase. A. by B. as
C. for D. to
10. English is very easy. I have no trouble ______ it. A. learn B. to learn
C. learning D. learned 11. This watch ______ next Monday. . A. can mended B. can be mended C. can be mend D. can be mending 12. Can you tell me ______?
A. when did it happen B. when it happened
C. when was it happened D. when it was happened 13. This kind of cloth _______ easily. A. washes B. washed
C. is washed D. is washing 14. Grapes _______ red wine.
A. are made of B. are made from
C. is made by D. are made into
15. I left home in a hurry yesterday, I forgot _______ the radio. A. turn off B. to turn off
C. turning off D. turning on
16. I don’t think he must be sleepy, _______? A. mustn’t he B. do I
C. must he D. is he
17. — Excuse me, could you tell me ______?
A. when can I get to the station. B. how can I get to the station C. how to get to the station D. which station can I get to
18. Jacky decided to ______ computer games, because he fell behind his classmates. A. go on playing B. give off playing C. give up playing D. give to play
19. Jane sent an e-mail last week. But I haven’t ______ her yet. A. reply to B. replied
C. answer D. replied to
20. I ______ hard to improve my skills in the past three years. A. have worked B. work
C. worked D. are working II. 完形填空。(每小題1分，共10分)
One Sunday morning Mr. Bruhl went for a motor-car ride with his wife and two daughters. They had 21 about a mile through Broolyn Street, in the 22 above his head, Mr. Bruhl 23 a blue car just behind him. He turned off into the next side of the street, and the blue car did the same. Bruhl made another turn, and the car followed him. “How are you driving, 24 ?” asked Mrs. Bruhl. Mr. Bruhl didn’t 25 her, he speeded up, driving terribly 26 and turning corners so widely that wheels swung around. Two ladies shouted behind him. The younger girl let out a cry of 27 .Bruhl drove right on, weaving out and in. Mrs. Bruhl 28 to berate (責罵) him angrily. “Have you lost your mind, Sam Bruhl? ” she shouted. Mrs. Bruhl stared behind him. The car was 29 to be seen. He slowed down. “Let’s go home, my dear,” he said. “I have had enough of this. ”
A month went by without incident (事故) and Mr. Bruhl began to be 30 again. On the car that he was normal back, SluggyPensiotta was shot. The gang- war (警匪大戰) story instantly piled in the recent press. Mr. Bruhl, reading this, tore to pieces once again. 21. A. driven B. left C. moved D. ridden
22. A. window B. mirror C. instrument D. radio
23. A. discovered B. sensed C. observed D. heard 24. A. Bruhl B. Sluggy C. Sammy D. husband 25. A. notice B. hear C. answer D. realize
26. A. fast B. made C. carefully D. quick 27. A. joy B. surprise C. anger D. fear 28. A. started B. wanted C. stopped D. decided 29. A. farther B. almost C. nearly D. never 30. A. out B. glad C. driving D. himself
John Smith was a good math student at a high school. He loved his computer. He came home early every day. Then he worked with it till midnight. But John was not a good English student, not good at all. He got an F in his English class. One day after school, John joined his computer to the computer in his high school office. The school office computer had the grades of all the students: the math grades, the science grades, the grades in arts and music, and grades in English. He found his English grade. An F! John changed his English grade from F to A. John’s parents looked at his report card. They were very happy. “An A in English!” said John’s Dad. “You are a very clever boy, John. ”
John is a hacker（黑客）. Hackers know how to take information from other computers and put new information in. Using a modem, their computers are connected to other computers secretly. School headmasters and teachers are worried about hackers. So are the police, for some people even take money from bank computer account（帳戶）and put it into their own ones. And they never have to leave home to do it! They are called hackers.
31. John changed his English grade with the computer in ______. A. the classroom B. the school office C. a bank near his house D. his own house
32. When John’s parents saw the report, they were happy because ______. A. John was good at math B. John loved computers
C. John could join one computer to another
D. they thought John was not poor in English any longer. 33. Who are worried about hackers in the story? A. John’s parents
B. School headmasters, teachers and the police. C. The police.
D. School headmasters and teachers.
34. What should the hackers know well, do you think, after you read this story? A. Information B. Bank computer accounts C. Computers D. Grades
35. The last paragraph is about _______. A. John B. computers C. hackers D. modem (B)
There is a saying that the British like a nice cup of tea in the morning and a nice cup of tea at night. And at half past seven, their idea of heaven is a nice cup of tea. They like a nice cup of tea
with their dinner and a nice cup of tea time, and before they go to bed, there is a lot to be said about a nice cup of tea!
Sometime it seems that no one likes tea as much as the British does. But in fact, tea is liked in countries around the world. In China and Japan tea was first used as a medicine, many years later, people there drank tea as a beverage（飲料）.
People in the world like to drink different kinds of tea — green, black or red as some people call it. It is served in different ways. But they all know that drinking tea is good for one’s health. 36. The main idea of the first paragraph（自然段）is ______. A. how many cups of tea the British drink each day B. that the British like talking about tea
C. that the British can’t live without drinking tea D. that tea is very important in the life of the British 37. The phrase “their idea of heaven” means ______. A. the happiest thing for them B. their thoughts C. their God
D. the worst thing for them
38. The sentence “there is a lot to be said about a nice cup of tea” means ______. A. they enjoy drinking a nice cup of tea B. there is a lot of tea
C. they talk much about a nice cup of tea D. there is a talk while drinking tea
39. From the passage we know tea was used as a medicine ______ many years ago A. the world B. British
C. many countries D. China and Japan 40. This passage mainly tells us ______.
A. people in different countries like drinking different tea B. something interesting about tea
C. how many kinds of tea there are in the world D. drinking tea is good for our health (C)
Subject: Help! Date: 21/ 10/ 2006 10:02 a. m. Dear Aunt Aggie,
I’m having a problem with my classmate, Rena, at school. The other day I wrote an e-mail to another classmate, Beth, in which I said some things about Rena that perhaps weren’t very nice. Unluckily, when Beth was writing back to me, she accidentally forwarded（無意間轉發）the message to Rena! Now Rena is really angry with me and won’t talk to me, and Beth is unhappy as well. She’s said sorry to me a hundred times already, but the harm is done. I feel bad, because I never would have said those things to Rena’s face, but how can I get her to forgive（諒解）me? What should I do? Joe
Subject: Some advice Date: 22/ 10/ 2006 10:45 a. m.
This problem is more common than you might think! E-mail is very useful, but also very dangerous, as you don’t know where your message might end up! First of all, you should say sorry right away to Rena. Explain that it was a mistake, and that you didn’t mean to hurt her feelings. It may take time for her to be able to forgive you, but that’s up to her. Then you might want to do something nice for her. Perhaps send her some flowers to show that you’re truly sorry. Also, you should remember that old saying: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. ” And good luck! Aggie
41. What is Joe’s problem in the first e-mail? A. Joe made Rena unhappy and he felt very sad.
B. Joe’s classmate, Rena, sent Beth an e-mail and made her unhappy. C. Joe received a wrong e-mail from Rena and became angry.
D. Joe’s friend, Beth, is unhappy because Joe sent her an angry e-mail. 42. After Rena’s feelings got hurt, what did Joe do? A. He emailed her and said sorry. B. He asked Beth what he should do. C. He emailed Aunt Aggie for help. D. He said sorry to Rena face to face.
43. What does the underline sentence mean in the second e-mail? It means “______.” A. because you don’t know who the e-mail is for
B. because you can never know who will get your e-mail at last C. because you don’t know where your e-mail was written D. because you never know where the message is from 44. What advice did Aggie give Joe?
A. Joe, Beth and Rena should have a talk together.
B. Joe should wait for some time before saying sorry to Rena. C. Joe should ask Beth to explain that to Rena.
D. Joe should say sorry to Rena, and then send her some flowers. 45. From the e-mails, we know that ______. A. Joe, Rena and Beth study at different schools B. Beth didn’t forward the message to Rena C. Joe has said sorry to Rena many times already D. Rena hasn’t forgiven Joe yet
IV. 口語應用。(每小題1分，共5分) A: I don’t think so.
B: Do you work here in Fuzhou? C: Oh, here’s my plane at last. D: What places have you been to?
E: How long have you stayed in Fuzhou? F: Have ever been here before?
G: Great changes have taken place these years. A: The plane is late, isn’t it? B: Yes, it is.