1. A. piece B. cheek C. dealt D. receive
2. A. glove B. stone C. globe D. spoke
3. A. flew B. knew C. threw D. grew
4. A. hotel B. hopeless C. holiday D. honest
5. A. society B. precious C. decision D. medicine
6. Allen _______ any good job since he came to New York City two years ago.
A. hasn’t found
B. didn’t find
C. doesn’t find
D. hadn’t found
7. “Let me _______ you, ”said my boss, “you should call me immediately after you arrive at the airport. ”
8. The boys spent the whole morning _______ possible answers to the question.
B. and discussing
D. and discussed
9. This village ______ to be the place in which Ernest Hemingway, one of the greatest American writers, wrote this story.
A. is believing
B. is believed
10. It’s reported that by the end of last month the sale of the company ______ by 10%.
A. has risen
B. had been rising
C. had risen
D. has been rising
11. －How _________ will you be able to finish the painting?
－In a couple of hours.
12. ______ any friends in the city, he felt quite lonely and helpless.
A. No to have
B. No having
C. Not to have
D. Not having
13. Dr. White was away to the South last month, so he didn’t attend the meeting _______ in Beijing.
A. having held
B. to hold
C. to be held
14. _______ at his paper over the weekend, Neil didn’t finish it.
A. As he worked hard
B. Hard as he worked
C. How he worked hard
D. How hard he worked
15. －Are you satisfied with her work, sir?
－Not at all. It couldn’t be any _______.
16. That was _______ matter that I had no choice but to talk it over with my parents.
A. a such serious
B. a so serious
C. such serious a
D. so serious a
17. This disease is second only _______ heart attack as a cause of death all over the world.
18. The word is new to us. You’d better ______ in the dictionary.
A. look at it
B. look for it
C. look it up
D. look it out
19. If there is no one _______ him with the preparation, he will have to put off the meeting.
B. to help
20. As soon as she _______ open the letter, Mrs. White will find out what has happened to her husband.
B. is tearing
C. will tear
D. has torn
21. ______ the government argees to give extra money, the theatre will have to be closed next month.
22. To reduce weight, plastic has taken _______ of iron and steel in making boats.
A. its place
C. the place
D. a place
23. －Let me help you with your suitcase.
A. You’re very nice
B. Yes, you’re so helpful
C. No, I can do
D. It’s very kind of you
24. These three English novels are for you. The rest _______ for the other students in your class.
25. You _______ have seen Jane in her office last Friday; she’s been out of town for two weeks.
26. Henry never said that he was good at maths, _______ he?
27. The little girl showed the policeman the corner _______ she was knocked off her bike.
28. The snow was so deep that the climbers could not ________ to the camp.
A. get over
B. get along
C. get through
D. get around
29. In need of money, Bob had to take ______ job that was offered to him.
B. no matter what
D. no matter which
30. My friend and I would like to go to the concert, but ________ of us has got a ticket.
Have you ever argued with your loved ones over simple misunderstandings（误解）？Little wonder. We often believe we’re more skillful in getting our point across than we actually are, according to Boza Keysar, a professor at the University of Chicago. In his recent study, speakers tried to express their meanings using unclear sentences. Speakers who thought listeners understood were wrong nearly half the time. Here’s some good advice to reduce misunderstanding:
（1）Don’t trust what you see from the listener. Listeners often nod, look at you or say“uhhuh”to be polite or move the conversation along. But it’s easy to consider these as signs of understanding.
（2）Train the editor（编辑）in your head. If you say, “Beth discusses her problems with her husband, ”it’s not clear whether she’s talking to her husband or about him. Try instead, “Beth talks to her husband about her problems.”or “Beth talks to others about the problems with her husband. ”
（3）Ask listeners to repeat your message. Introduce your request by saying “I want to be sure I said that right. ”Questions like“How does that sound? ”or “Does that make sense? ”may also work.
（4）Listen well. When on the receiving end, ask questions to be sure you’re on the same page. After all, it isn’t just the speaker’s job to make his speech understood.
58. Why does the writer give us the advice?
A. We’re not skillful enough to make clear sentences.
B. Misunderstanding is damaging our normal lives.
C. Misunderstanding occurs now and then.
D. It’s impolite to say NO to others.
59. The writer suggests that when talking to others, the speaker should ______.
A. know that listeners will show him that they understand his words
B. express himself clearly even when he sees signs of understanding
C. notice listener’s signs of understanding
D. look directly into his listener’s eyes
60. By Train the editor in your head, the speakers are advised _______.
A. to get themselves trained by a good editor
B. to discuss problems with their husbands or wives
C. to express themselves in long but simple sentences
D. to make sure each sentence has only one meaning
61. In the last paragraph, the words you’re on the same page mean that ______.
A. you’re following the speakers closely
B. you’re reading the same page as the speaker does
C. you should know which page the speaker refers to
D. your story is written on the same page as the speaker’s
While acting may run in the family, it wasn’t Angelina Jolie’s only choice when thinking about her future. Although Jolie has studied her craft（技艺）since childhood, at one point the 26-year-old, who stars this month in Tomb Raider with her father, actor John Voight, wanted to be a funeral（殡葬）director. “I thought that the crossing over could be a beautiful thing and a time of comfort when people could reach out to each other. ”
Tradition（传统）is always attractive and interesting to Jolie, who moved with her mother, Marcheline Bertand, and brother after her parents separated when she was two. “I never had one home. I never had an attic（阁楼）that had old things in it. We always moved, so I was never rooted anywhere. And I always dreamed of having that attic of things that I could go back and have a look. I’m very drawn to some things that are tradition, that are roots, and I think that may be why I paid such special attention to funerals. ”
Finally, she chose acting. “Following in my father’s footsteps,”she says, “is an interesting thing, because I think we speak to each other through our work. You don’t really know your parents in a certain way, and they don’t really know you. So he can watch a film and see how I am as a woman, the way I’m dealing with a husband who’s been hurt, or the way I’m crying alone. ”
“And it’s the same for me: I can watch films of his and just see who he is. I’ve learned to understand him as a person. ”
62. The passage is about a woman who _______.
A. was once a funeral director
B. is the leading actress in Tomb Raider
C. wants an attic to live in
D. was hurt by her husband
63. Which of the following can best support Tradition is always attractive and interesting to Jolie?
A. Jolie longed to have old things from her childhood.
B. Having more than one home is always interesting to Jolie.
C. Jolie’s parents separated when she was very young.
D. Tradition is always rooted somewhere.
64. The words Following in my father’s footsteps most probably mean ______.
A. listening to my father’s advice
B. taking my father as an example
C. walking after my father
D. looking for my father’s footsteps
65. Angelina Jolie finally chose acting because she thought she and her father could _______.
A. work together several months a year
B. bring into memory what happened in the past
C. pay attention to things they are interested in
D. get to know each other through their films
Jane: How do you like the idea of having a picnic this Saturday?
Michael: Wonderful. But 66?
Jane: What about going to the Western Hills? It’s quite cool there.
Michael: That’s a good idea. 67to go with us?
Jane: OK. And we can ask them to prepare some drinks.
Jane: You’d better buy some fruit, and sandwiches.
Jane: I like oranges, watermelons, grapes, and bananas.
Jane: How about 8 in the morning? We can get there in an hour and a half.
Michael: OK. I’ll call John and tell him about our plan.
Dear Zhang Qiang,
All the best,
1. C2. A3. B4. D5. B6. A
7. D8. C9. B10. C11. A12. D
13. D14. B15. C16. D17. A18. C
19. B20. A21. A22. C23. D24. C
25. A26. B27. D28. C29. A30. B
31. C32. A33. D34. A35. D36. C
37. A38. B39. D40. C41. D42. B
43. A44. B45. C46. B47. C48. B
49. D50. A51. A52. C53. B54. D
55. C56. A57. D58. C59. B60. D
61. A62. B63. A64. B65. D
66. where shall we go / where shall we have the picnic
67. Shall we invite John and his girlfriend
68. What should I do then（for the picnic）
69. What kind of fruit should I buy（/ do you like）
70. When shall we start off / When shall we leave for the picnic
（五）One possible version:
Dear Zhang Qiang,
How are you doing recently? I’m planning to go to Shanghai and look around in the city for a few days. I’ll take the train and arrive at 8 o’clock a.m. on October 21st. Will you please come and meet me at the station? I’m going to stay in Shanghai till October 24th. Please help me book a hotel room. I hope to stay in a hotel around the downtown area but the price shouldn’t be very high. I don’t mind if the room is small. Another thing. Can you book a ticket for me back to Beijing on 24th?
All the best,