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            Ⅰ.Vocabulary and Grammar 20%

            Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in the following. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence.

            ()1.— Could you help me do some cleaning tomorrow?

            — If I, I will do it.

            A.am freeB.will be free

            C.will have time D.had time

            ()2.Tim will call me as soon as hemy package.

            A.receive B.will receive

            C.received D.receives

            ()3.The film was a good one, but I couldn?t understand itfirst.

            A.at B.with

            C.for D.on

            ()4.away this dirty shirt and bring me a clean one.

            A.Pick B.Bring

            C.Carry D.Take

            ()5.There is aof impatience in the tone of his voice.

            A.dot B.hint

            C.notion D.phrase

            ()6.We don?t know why so many people in that region like to wear dresses of suchcolors.

            A.low B.humble

            C.mild D.dull

            ()7.Mr.Smith asked his secretary toa new paragraph in the annual report she was typing.

            A.invade B.install

            C.insert D.inject

            ()8.Some people argue that the deathdoes not necessarily reduce the number of murders.

            A.penalty B.pattern


            C.plot D.practice

            ()9.You may use the room as you like you clean it up afterwards.

            A.so far as B.so long as

            C.in case D.even if

            ()10.—Why does the Lake smell terrible?

            —Because large quantities of water.

            A.have polluted B.is being polluted

            C.has been polluted D.have been polluted

            ()11.How muchshe looked without her glasses!



            ()12.During the war there was a serious lack of food. It was not unusual that even the wealthy families had to bread for days.

            A.eat upB.give away

            C.do without D.deal with

            ()13.Most Americans would prefer to keep their problemsthemselves, and solve their problems themselves.

            A.to; by B.by; to


            C.for; to D.in; on

            ()14.Because of the financial crisis, days are gonelocal 5?star hotels charged 6,000 Yuan for one night.

            A.if B.when

            C.which D.since

            ()15.The shoes were covered with mud, so I asked them to take them off before they got into car.

            A.girl?s; Tom?s B.girls?; Toms?

            C.girls?; Tom?s D.girl?s; Toms?

            ()16.They?ve won their last three matches, I find a bit surprising.

            A.that B.when

            C.what D.which

            ()17.I felt so bad all day yesterday that I decided this morning I couldn?t face day like that.

            A.other B.another

            C.the other D.others

            ()18.Dr.Smith, together with his wife and daughters,visit Beijing this summer.

            A.is going to B.are going to


            C.was going to D.were going to

            ()19.Professor Smith explained the movement of lightthat of water.

            A.by virtue of B.by analogy with

            C.in terms of D.in line with

            ()20.They used to quarrel a lot, but now they are completely with each other.

            A.reconciled B.negotiated

            C.associated D.accommodated

            Ⅱ.Reading Comprehension 20%

            Directions: There are two passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.You should decide on the BEST CHOICE.

            Passage One


            Lisa was running late. Lisa, 25, had a lot to do at work, plus visitors on the way: her parents were coming in for Thanksgiving from her hometown. But as she hurried down the subway stairs, she started to feel uncomfortably warn. By the time she got to the platform, Lisa felt weak and tired—maybe it hadn?t been a good idea to give blood the night before, she thought. She rested herself against a post close to the tracks. Several yards away, Frank, 43, and his girlfriend, Jennifer, found a spot close to where the front of the train would stop. They were deep in discussion about a house they were thinking of buying. But when he heard the scream, followed by someone yelling, “Oh, my God, she fell in!” Frank didn?t hesitate. He jumped down to the tracks and ran some 40 feet toward the body lying on the rails. “No! Not you!” his girlfriend screamed after him. She was right to be alarmed. By the time Frank reached Lisa, he could feel the tracks shaking and see the light coming. The train was about 20 seconds from the station.