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Woman：I love to watch “Judge Judy”.
Man：Is that a TV show?
Man：What's so good about it?
Woman：Yesterday, a woman complained about a cell phone she bought on eBay.
Man：Was something wrong with the phone?
Man：Did the seller know that?
Woman：Yes, and he didn't tell the buyer.
A.I have never watched this program.
B.They have interesting lawsuits.
C.It’s on every afternoon.
D.It works only in South Korea.
1.Table tennis used to be the most popular _____ in China. But now basketball seems to
be more attractive.
2.As her husband is on a business trip and her son is at school, she feels rather _____.
3.He _____ very quickly from his illness.
4.If the the police had acted with more _____, the disaster could have been prevented.
5.He does not _____ as a teacher of English, for his pronunciation is far from perfect.
6.His _____ reply to the question showed that he had understood it very well.
7.This photo _____ me of the days when I worked on the farm many years ago.
8.I can't get online because my _____ broke down.
9.We are at your service. Don't _____ to turn to us if you have any problems.
10.I love thinking of new designs. It keeps my mind clear and active and fills my retired life with _____.
11.Herman's success is _____ his hard work and his academic ability.
12.—He looks so young.
—I agree with you. He looks 30, but he is _____ 45.
13.Parents have _____ their concern about violence in some children's shows.
14.Our guests will be guided to safety _____ fire.
A.as a result of
B.in case of
C.in the sense of
D.for the sake of
15.If you want to ring her, you'll have to _____ her number in the telephone book.
16.You must do something to prevent your house _____.
A.to be broken in
B.from being broken in
C.to break in
D.from breaking in
17.They insisted on _____ another chance to try.
D.to be given
18.—Where is my passport? I remember _____ it here.
—You shouldn't have left it here. Remember _____ it with you all the time.
A.to put，to take
19._____ makes the school proud is _____ more than 90% of the students have been admitted to universities.
20._____ surprised me most was _____ the girl passed the driver test.
21.Has it been announced _____?
A.when are the planes to take off
B.that are the planes to take off
C.where are the planes to take off
D.when the planes are to take off
22.—_____ I see Bob, he's always listening to music.
—Yeah, he's crazy about it.
23.She eats ice-cream a lot, _____ it isn't good for her.
24.Here _____ you want to see.
A.the manager comes
B.comes the manager
C.comes a manager
D.is coming a manager
25.Barry can hardly drive a car, _____.
A.so can't Molly
B.can't Molly either
C.Molly can't too
D.neither can Molly
26._____ for the leadership of the Party, we should not have succeeded.
A.Had not it been
B.Had it not been
27.If my lawyer _____ here last Sunday, he _____ me from going.
A.had been，would have prevented
B.had been，would prevent
D.were，would have prevented
28.He _____ you more help, even though he was very busy.
A.might have given
C.may have given
29._____ is our belief that improvements in health care will lead to a stronger, more prosperous economy.
30.—The light in her room is still on. Do you know _____?
—Maybe at midnight again.
A.if she is busy studying
B.what's she doing
C.why does she stay up so late
D.when she will stop working
It is the world's fourth-most-important food crop, after maize, wheat and rice. It provides more calories, more quickly, using less land and in a wider range of climates than any other plant. It is, of course, the potato.
The United Nations has hoped that greater awareness of the merits of potatoes will contribute to the achievement of its Millennium Development Goals, by helping to reduce poverty and promote economic development.
The potato promoted economic development by supporting the Industrial Revolution in England in the 19th century. It provided a cheap source of calories and was easy to cultivate, so it liberated workers from the land. Potatoes became popular in the north of England, as people there specialized in livestock farming and domestic industry, while farmers in the south concentrated on wheat production. By a happy accident, the concentrated industrial activity in the regions where coal was readily available, and a potato-driven population boom provided ample workers for the new factories. Friedrich Engels even declared that the potato was the equal of iron for its " historically revolutionary role".
In the form of French fries, served alongside burgers and Coca-Cola, potatoes are now a symbol of globalization. This is quite a change given the skepticism which first greeted them on their arrival in the Old World in the 16th century. They were variously thought to be fit only for animals, to be associated with the devil or to be poisonous. They took hold in 18th- century Europe only when war and famine meant there was nothing else to eat； people then realized just how useful and reliable they were. As Adam Smith, one of the potato's many admirers, observed at the time, "The very general use which is made of potatoes in these kingdoms as food for man is a convincing proof that the prejudices of a nation, with regard to diet, however deeply rooted, are by no means unconquerable.n Mashed, fried, boiled and roast, a humble potato changed the world, and people everywhere should celebrate it.
31.Friedrich Engels's words show that he _____.
A.thought highly of the potato
B.took the potato too seriously
C.underestimated the role of the potato
D.lacked the basic knowledge of the potato
32.Europeans began to eat potatoes in the 18th century because _____.
A.there was a serious food shortage
B.they realized that potatoes tasted good
C.food safety had been greatly improved
D.eating potatoes had become fashionable
33.The best title for the passage is “_____”.
A.the Potato's New Mission
B.In Praise of the Potato
C.The History of the Potato
D.The Potato and Globalization
34.Too frequently, students seem to take for granted their right, or even their access, to interviews and to jobs needed to begin their careers. Such optimism can no longer be justified. Ten years ago, graduating students were warned that continued employment in one field for one company for one's entire working life was increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Students could expect three or four career shifts.Today, many college or university graduates will never have the chance even to begin careers in their chosen fields. Others may find only part-time or contract work. The last decade has produced enormous changes in the way business and industry operate in North America, and in the ways in which people are employed.
35.Directions:You are to write in no less than 120 words about the title “Green Transportation”. You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below:（15分）
答案：Recently the topic of green travel has been widely debated which has aroused public attention. Undoubtedly, green travel has a profound impact on both environment and social, for its significance cannot be denied.
What is Green travel? It is a big question and it may reach out to different dimensions of environmental problems. Briefly, green travel means producing less pollution while you are on your way. The green ways of travelling includes walking, bicycling, public transportation, etc. For me, I will choose public transportation. On one hand, public transport helps to reduce transport emissions, which means less air pollution and smog. On the other hand, public transport also alleviate traffic jam and thus speed up the pace of life.
Let's do our bits of efforts to improve the life we live!