1.What is the possible relationship between the speakers?
A.Father and daughter. B.Son and mother. C.Husband and wife.
2.How was the woman's journey?
A.Satisfying. B. Exciting. C. Disappointing.
3.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A.At home. B.In a shop. C.At school.
4.How did Palestinians feel after Yasser Arafat died?
A.Sad. B. Shocked. C.Angry.
5.What is the woman interested in?
A.Politics. B.Fashion. C.Sports.
6.What will the woman do?
A.Fetch the homework. B. Clean the blackboard. C. Clean the floor.
7.What will be left on the blackboard?
A.the pictures. B.The new words. C.The drills and examples.
8.What is the woman going to London for?
A. For a visit. B.For business. C.For study.
9.Why does the woman choose London as her destination?
A. She can learn pure English there.
B.The fees are low there.
C.She prefers to study alone.
10.When will the woman leave for London?
A.On August 28. B.On August 18. C.On July 28.
11.What does Fossett do?
A.A pilot. B. A businessman. C.A solider.
12.How long did Fossett's flight take?
A. 60 hours. B.67 hours. C.76 hours.
13.What does the woman think of Fossett's flight?
A.It's dangerous. B.It's worthy to be followed. C. It's great. 2. 选择题选出答案后，用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑；完成句子和书面表达题用0.5毫米黑色签字笔
14.When does the conversation take place?
A.In the morning. B.In the afternoon. C.In the evening.
15.What does the man suggest doing?
A.Listening to the music. B. Going dancing. C.Going to a cinema.
16.What can we know from the conversation?
A.The woman agrees to go with the man at last.
B.The man doesn't like light jazz.
C.The food in the Club Blue Note is expensive.
17.When did the story take place?
A.In the spring. B.In the summer. C.In the winter.
18.What was the library's problem?
A.People of the town wanted to borrow all the books.
B.The librarians had to move to a newly-built library.
C.The librarians didn't have enough money to move their books.
19.What did one of the librarians suggest doing?
A.Having all the books lent to the readers in the city.
B.Asking the students around the city to come to help.
C.Having all the books delivered to the librarians' homes.
20.What's the talk mainly about?
A. A new library. B. An unusual problem. C. Helpful people.
21.Shenzhou VII，country‘s third manned spaceship，was launched successfully on
September 25，northwestern Gansu Province，China．
A.a；不填 B.the；the C.the；不填 D.a；the
given rules in Britain.
A. has to, firstly B. should, firstly C. must, first D. ought to, initial
23.The president stood by a window inside the room, ____, looking over the square.
A.where I entered B.into which I entered C.which I entered D、that I entered
24. Anyone with half an eye on the unemployment figures knew that claims about economic
recovery _____ just around the corner were untrue.
A. would be B. to be C. taking D. being
25. Was ________ at the air battle on June 8,1994, ________ was led by Captain Johnson ___
Peter lost his life?
A. it; when; that B. that; that; who C. it; which; that D. it; which; when
26. Only when ___ possible to settle the problem.
A. does the chief editor come will it be B. the chief editor comes will it be
C. has the chief editor come will it be D. the chief editor comes it will be.
27. ___ other good students, in my opinion, Tom is _____ student.
A. Compared with; a most satisfied B. Compared to; the most satisfied
C. Comparing to; the most satisfying D. Compared with; a more satisfying
Liu Xiang rubbed his right leg painfully，
he would not be crossing even one hurdle that day．
A．as：that B．after；what C．since；why D．when；which
29. Some developed countries are trying to ______ the serious problems resulting from the
A. step up B. cope with C. cut off D. end up
30. .—Haven't I told you that I like the beef well done?
—Yes, but I _____ it longer than I usually do.
A. was cooking B.will cook C. cooked D. had cooked
31 Zhou Zhenglong, the Shanxi farmer____ guilty of faking photographs of the South China
tiger, _____ a lighter sentence of two-and-a-half years in prison.
A. found, receiving B. was found, receiving
C. having been found, received D. found, was received for the fact that she got hit by a car and broke her leg on her way to school, she might
have passed the exam．
A．Had it not been B．Hadn‘t it been C．Was it not D．Were it not
33. ___of the twins, who were famous for their sci-fi film Matrix, was arrested by NYPD on
patrol at midnight, because I saw both at a party last night．
A．None B．Both C．Neither D．All
34. One or two days ________quite enough to complete the work. _______ you or he going to
work with me?
A. is; Is B. is; Are C. are; Is D. are; Are
35. ——Did your sister pass the exam?
——She failed and is in low spirits.
——I‘m sorry for her.
A. Thank you B. You‘re welcome C. I would think so D. Never mind
Many teachers believe that the responsibilities for learning lie with the student. instructors expect students to be familiar with the The student is considered to be who is motivated to learn for the sake of , not the one interested only in getting high grades. Sometimes homework is returned brief written comments but without a grade. Even if a grade is not given, the student is for learning the material assigned. When research is , the professor expects the student to take it actively and to
complete it with guidance. It is the responsibility to find books, magazines, and articles in the library. Professors do not have the time to explain graduate students, to be able to exhaust the reference that their students should not be dependent on them. In the United States, professors have many other duties teaching, such as administrative or research work.. , the time that a professor can spend with a student outside of class is . If a student has problems with classroom work, the student should either make an appointment.
36. A. If B. Although C. Because D. Since
37. A. suggestion B. context C. abstract D. information
38. A. poor B. ideal C. average D. disappointed
39. A. such B. one C. any D. some
40. A. fun B. work C. learning D. prize
41. A. by B. in C. for D. with
42. A. criticized B. innocent C. responsible D. dismissed
43. A. collected B. distributed C. assigned D. finished
44. A. maximum B. minimum C. possible D. practical
45. A. student's B. professor's C. assistant's D. librarian's
46. A.when B. what C. why D. how
47. A. particularly B. essentially C. obviously D. rarely
48. A. selections B. collections C. sources D. origins
49. A. hate B. dislike C. like D. prefer
50. A. too B. such C. much D. more
51. A. but B. except C. with D. besides
52. A. However B. Therefore C. Furthermore D. Nevertheless
53. A. plentiful B. limited C. irregular D. flexible
54. A. greet B. annoy C. approach D. attach
55. A. or B. and C. to D. but
What happens when employees have access to their company's financial information over an intranet (a network inside the company) as the company grows?
There was widespread fear and worry in our company when we decided to put all our financial information, including salaries, on our wide area network (WAN) in 1987 and then on our intranet in the early 1990s. People feared our competitors would get the numbers and use them against us — to scare our customers, steal our employees, or attempt some other unimaginably horrible tricks. But that has never happened. And I don't believe it will.
Back in 1968, when I started my company, now an $ 11-million engineering-design firm, out of my house in Blacksburg, Virginia, my wife did the books. Later an employee took them over. As we added employees here and there, we saw no reason to keep any secrets. We just left the books open wherever they were last used. It wasn't until a business writer told me, "Oh that's what we call open-book management," that I knew there was a name for what we did and that it was something unusual.
As we grew and opened five branch offices — three in Virginia, one in Tennessee, and one in North Carolina — this casual system was no longer possible. But we knew we wanted to continue the open style. I can't say we're always more profitable because of OBM; we have the same ups and downs as our competitors. And I can't say we are always happier; we have the same quarrels as in other workplaces. But we do have a great deal of trust here, and our employees stick with us. When we have tough financial times, our 170 employees know that nobody's drawing off money from the company for private purposes and that they've got to make the pie bigger if they're going to get a bigger price.
56. From the passage we can learn that ___________________.
A. most business firms have adopted OBM
B. it was very unusual for business firms to make known their financial information
C. it is a good thing to let your competitors know your financial information
D. OBM can always result in greater profits
57. In the sentence in the third paragraph "My wife did the books," the word "books" means
A. the books which the company owned
B. the books stored in the writer's house in Blacksburg
C. records of money received and spent
D. sheets of paper bound together for writing
58. The author adopted open-book management ________________.
A. because of the increase of employees
B. according to the recommendation of a business writer
C. because of the big profits it would bring
D. without being aware of it
59. According to the author, the most outstanding benefit of his management is that his company
A.makes more profits than his competitors
B.has created a trusty atmosphere
C.makes his finance known to his employees
D.has made a bigger piece of the pie
Teaching children to read well from the start is the most important task of elementary schools. But relying on educators to approach this task correctly can be a great mistake. Many schools continue to employ instructional methods that have been proven ineffective. The staying power of the ―look-say‖ or ―whole-word‖ method of teaching beginning reading is perhaps the most flagrant example of this failure to instruct effectively.
The whole-word approach to reading stresses the meaning of words over the meaning of letters, thinking over decoding,
developing a sight vocabulary of familiar words over developing the ability to unlock the pronunciation of unfamiliar words. It fits in with the self-directed, ―learning how to learn‖ activities recommended by advocates （倡导者）of ―open‖ classrooms and with the concept that children have to be developmentally ready to begin reading. Before 1963, no major publisher put out anything but these ―Run-Spot-Run‖ readers.
what has been called ―the great debate‖ in beginning reading. In his best-seller Why Johnny Can‘t Read, Flesch indicted（控诉）the nation‘s public schools for miseducating students by using the look-say method. He said – and more scholarly studies by Jeane Chall and Rovert Dykstra later confirmed – that another approach to beginning reading, founded on phonics（语音学）, is far superior.
Systematic phonics first teaches children to associate letters and letter combinations with sounds; it then teaches them how to connect these sounds together to make words. Rather than building up a relatively limited vocabulary of memorized words, it communicates a code by which the pronunciations of the vast majority of the most common words in the English language can be learned. Phonics does not devalue the importance of thinking about the meaning of words and sentences; it simply recognizes that decoding is the logical and necessary first step.
60. The author feels that counting on educators to teach reading correctly is _____________.
A. only reasonable and natural B. the expected position
C. probably a mistake D. merely effective instruction
61. One major difference between the look-say method of learning reading and the phonics
method is _______________.
A. look-say is simpler B. phonics takes longer to learn
C. look-say is easier to teach D. phonics gives readers access to far more words
62. The underlined phrase ―touch-off‖ most probably means _____________.
A. talk about shortly B. start or cause
C. compare with D. oppose
63. According to the author, which of the following statements is true?
A. Phonics approach regards whole-word method as unimportant.
B. The whole-word approach emphasizes decoding.
C. In phonics approach, it is necessary and logical to employ decoding.
D. Phonics is superior because it stresses the meaning of words thus the vast majority of
most common words can be learned.
Five women were honored last week in Washington for their efforts to increase the economic and political progress of women. Vital Voices, an international nonprofit organization, presented its Global Leadership Awards to the winners from Argentina, Burma, France, Kenya and the United Arab Emirates.
Laura Alonso heads a group in Argentina called Citizen Power. Its members work to make the government more open. They investigate corruption, observe elections and watch for government influence over the media. They also educate citizens about their rights.
Burmese activist Charm Tong received Vital Voices' human rights award, presented by first lady Laura Bush. Charm Tong
co-founded the Shan Women‘s Action Network. In a report six years ago, the group detailed how the Burmese military uses rape as a