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Man：Parking at school is impossible.
Woman：Did you find a spot?
Man：I found a spot, but someone cut in and took it from me.
Woman：Did you yell at them?
Man：Yes, I did.
Woman: You have to be lucky to find a parking space.
A.But I got lucky a few minutes later.
B.I drove around for half an hour.
C.I hate to drive to school now.
D.And he yelled back at me.
1.You need to tell him the （ ） why you turned down his offer.
2.You are working too hard.You'd better keep a （ ） between work and relaxation.
3.It is wonderful that the traditional character of the small town is well （ ）.
4.There is not much time left, but （ ） we must get there on time.
5.Don't speak in such a high （ ）.
6.All foreign visitors are required to （ ） with the local police within two weeks after arrival.
7.The twins are so much （ ） that I can't tell who is who.
8.She was involved in a serious car （ ） last week.
9.Are you sure there is a （ ） supply of fresh water on that island?
10.There was a deep-rooted racial （ ） long before the two countries went to war.
11.The company provides bus service for workers coming home from the night （ ）.
12.The basis for training relies on the dog's natural （ ） to hunt and chase.
13.—Shall I inform him of the change in the schedule right now?
—I'm afraid you, in case he （ ） come late for the meeting.
14.I have to say that （ ） helping improve the situation, you've just made it worse.
15.Good at note taking, Estelle can （ ） almost every word of the lecturer in class.
16.The working group will be looking for practical solutions to the problems （ ） doctors.
17.All the cars driving in the opposite direction （ ） their headlights on.
18.An area in （ ） the computer has made big progress is in playing chess.
19.We must have the patience to continue our work （ ） we find a more effective solution.
20.We were glad that she （ ） a gold medal.
A.will be awarded
B.has been awarded
C.had been awarded
D.was being awarded
21.I couldn't find the tools, they might （ ） in the wrong place.
D.have been put
22.I don't care what others say, I'm （ ） you.
23.Never （ ） of becoming the head of the information department.It is out of sheer luck.
B.do I dream
C.have I dreamt
D.I have dreamt
24.Max is nearly twice （ ） his little sister Eve.
B.as heavy as
25.Very few people understood his lecture, the subject of （ ） was hard.
26.The government will consider （ ） future actions against terrorist bombers.
27.I was just about to leave school （ ） I heard the door bell.
28.Humble （ ） it may be, there is no place like home.
29.No sooner （ ） home than it started to rain.
A.have we arrived
B.did we arrive
C.had we arrived
D.shall we arrive
30.Only when she finished all the work （ ） be allowed to go home.
Many older Americans spend their final years in a nursing home or assisted living center. These places provide services that help older adults with activities they can no longer do on their own. However, most people say they would like to remain in their own homes. Now, there are nonprofit groups that help them do that.
Philip Smith is ninety-one years old and lives with his wife in an old house in Seattle,Washington. And he wants to keep it that way. He always says:"As far as I'm concerned, I would not like to leave this place. Living in a group situation is something I couldn't tolerate. I'd kill myself before I had to do that."
Mr. Smith says now he and his wife can take good care of themselves in their two-level house. But he and his wife know they will soon need help with simple housework. Work like changing a light bulb that hangs at the top of the stairs. In the past, an older American would ask one of their children or a neighborhood teenager to change the light bulb. But here,those young helpers have grown up and gone. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have three children, but they all live in other states. So they are considering joining a “virtual village”. This is a local group of volunteers and service providers that help older adults. They might help these adults with anything from transportation to small home repairs and dog walking.
The virtual village idea was first developed about ten years ago in Boston,Massachusetts. The idea has spread to an unofficial network of villages around the country. One hundred fifty are currently in development.
31.Mr. Smith doesn't like living in a nursing home, because （ ）.
A.he hates to live with many other people together
B.he is afraid that he will kill himself there
C.older people are treated badly there
D.he and his wife have heir own house
32.What volunteer service for the seniors is not mentioned in the passage?（ ）
A.Providing ride for them.
B.Changing light bulbs for them.
C.Taking their dogs for a walk.
D.Cooking meals for them.
33.What is the idea of “virtual village”?（ ）
A.Building more nursing home in the countryside.
B.Seniors live in their own home with the help of volunteers.
C.Arranging older people to live in group situations.
D.Encouraging children to live with their older parents together.
34.In many Western countries, a considerable number of parents have removed their children from school and are teaching them at home. Such children do all their normal lessons at home, often under the guidance of a parent. The first thing to consider is whether this is legal or not. In most countries it is, so long as parents can prove that their children are receiving an adequate education, equal to that provided by their state educational system. The next consideration is whether the parents have the time, self-discipline, intelligence and patience to teach their own child week after week, day in and day out, for hours on end. Then there is the problem of what will be taught, and how.
35.Directions:You are to write in no less than 120 words about the title “The Most Important Quality for a Person to Be Successful in the World Today”. You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:（15分）
答案：The Most Important Quality for a Person to Be Successful in the World Today
I think the most important quality for a person to be successful in the world today is being tolerant. Here I do not define success economically. I define success socially. To succeed in the future, we will need to be tolerant of different background, opinions, and lifestyles.
Our modern society has become increasingly open. People from different cities, provinces or even different countries come to work in one workplace. So we must learn to live and work with these people and to be tolerant of the cultures, beliefs and lifestyles which are different from ours if we want to live and work with them peacefully.
In the present world, many a war was waged just because of different opinions or beliefs. We should not do things like that. We should not stop speaking to people or start a quarrel just because we have different opinions and beliefs. We must learn to be tolerant of one another and respect different opinions. We should find a common ground — an idea we can both agree on. Once we have agreed on one subject, it will be easier for us to settle differences in other subjects.
Learning to be tolerant is very important for everyone if he or she wants to be successful socially in our modern world.
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