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2008-09-09 09:18:09|  分类: Lectures |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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She is more lazy ____ slow at his work.

He has never spent ____more worrying day.

Could you tell me the cost ______[involve]

Nothing in the present-day world is so important ____peace.

Never ____ such a warm welcome given to a foreign delegation.

New York is larger than any _____ city in America.

It is a song of _____[song]

This is ____word to be used on such occasion.

The outcome of this year is 3 times ____ of 2007.

He is ____a good teacher that we all like him.

____[Almost /Nearly]no one came to the party.

She is not ____[almost/nearly]as pretty as her sister.

He is ____[sensitive/sensible]to the sudden change of weather.

Parents are taught to understand ____[how/that/such/so]education is to their children’s future.

--- didn’t you buy the camera you ____[long]for?

---I had planned to . But I was 50_____[less/fewer/loss/short]

I am ____pleased to help you.

Of the two lectures. the first was ____[good]by far.

 

Another survey shows that ____ majority of the students(56.7percent )choose majors with their parents, and 20percent discuss their plans with teachers, and _____ 15.9percent decide on their own. Only 7.4percent make a decision with the talent test ,____ are popular in Western countries as ______ means of guiding students to fulfill their potential and find the right career path.

The old queen said _____ but went into her bedroom ,took all the sheets and covers _____her bed , ____ put a pea on the bottom.

_____[Shocked/Stricken]by sorrow after her son’s death, she once considered _____[contribute/taking/caring]her own life

A serous eye disease took his eyesight _____ forced him to drop out. 

She made her mind to do her duty and provide medical service for the injured _____[survive] in the earthquake.

A survey by zhaopin.com shows that 52 percent of students wish they _____[choose] a different major.

Students are responsible for compensating for repair expenses _____ they caused damage in school properties and facilities.

In the past thirty years, Ms. Chun has dedicated _____[she] to Dance Education. Through the learning of Classical Ballet technique, youngsters _____[give] the opportunity to explore their capacity for imagination, initiate creativity, _____[strong]self esteem and communication technique.

Miss Ulian Chun is one of a few teachers in Hong Kong qualified as an examiner for the Royal Academy of Ballet. For her own personal development, she undertook further education and continued learning in order to keep improving and refining her quality of teaching. Child ballet education is Miss Chun's lifelong _____[vocation] commitment. Through learning ballet, Miss Chun hopes her students will benefit _____more control over mood and improved problem-solving skills in the face of hardship and challenges. She emphasizes the importance of creativity and _____[spirit]development through ballet so that children may grow up being more active, healthy and confident, with their unique potential and strengths explored fully.

 

 

 

 

National College Entrance Examination

Every year, millions of students crowd into a few so-called “hot” majors in the hope of getting a better job after graduation, but the latest survey shows that their wish is far from guaranteed.  [flood into]

Supply exceeding demand is a common phenomenon among the hottest major in China.

an aging mother

live under the same roof

feelings of closeness between mothers and daughters reach the peak

when one’s health declines

make no change

 

50 hours constant driving

Continual dropping wears away the stone.滴水穿石。

 

Every time she answers my call , I’m struck by the unmistakable delight in her voice at my sound.

unmistakable signs of illness.确凿无误的病症

Although prospects are hopeful , they are not assured.

a lonely town [人迹罕至的;荒凉的]

he takes in the meaning of two, three, or four words at a time

a sense of responsibility

These doctors have no enthusiasm for their job, nor patience or affection for their patients.

Some clinics are run by those who do not have the required doctor’s qualification, which poses potential danger for patients

remove the necessity for going backwards to read something a second time

 

 

principal practitioner

a general practitioner全科医生

 

principal

n.

负责人, 首长, 校长, 主犯, 本金

adj.

主要的, 首要的

 

 

principal clause【语】主句

subordinate clause从句

principal office总部, 总社

the principal offender【律】主犯

principal food主食

the principal points要点

 

 

the principal of a college院长

 

 

inability

incompetence

disable—disability

inability to defend oneself没有自卫能力

disability insurance 残废保险

imbalance

guidance

dissatisfaction

additional

survival--survivor

fatness

destructiveness

 

limited money

related information

 

 

sheerly

 

 

经典背诵段落:

I maintain that effective measures should be taken to put an end to this phenomenon. Firstly, we need to advocate social responsibility and professional ethics in each field. Secondly, strict regulations should be enacted and enforced to create a harmonious and orderly society. Only through the combined efforts of government and society can we eliminate this “tumor” forcefully and completely.

 

 

19. (1) Is this factory _______ you visited the other day?

   (2) Is this the factory _____ you visited the other day?

A. the one        B. that           C. where            D. when

20. (1) Was it ____ she heard with her ears ______ really made her frightened?

(2) Was it _____ she had been _____ really made you all surprised?

A. what, that         B. it, that          C. where, that           D. what, /

21. (1) _______ what the six blind men said sounded!

(2) You can’t imagine _____ he is acting.

A. H(h)ow foolishly   B. H(h)ow foolish   C. W(w)hat foolish    D. W(w)hat foolishly

22. (1) It was ______ the old clock that the old man spent the whole morning at home.

(2) It was three hours that the old man spent _____ the old clock.

A. repair          B. repairing         C. to repair          D. in repair

 

 

  Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage.

Television has changed the lifestyle of people in every Industrialized country in the world. In the United States, where sociologists have studied the effects, some interesting observations have been made.

Television, although not essential, has become an important part of most people’s lives. It alters peoples’ ways of seeing the world; in many ways, it supports and sustains (维持) modern life. Television has become a baby-sitter, an introducer of conversations, the major transmitter of culture, a keeper of tradition. Yet when what can be seen on TV in one day is critically analyzed, it becomes evident that television is not a teacher but a sustainer; the poor quality of programming does not elevate (提高) people into greater understanding, but rather maintains and encourages the life as it exists.

The primary reason for the lack of quality in American television is related to both the history of TV programming development and the economics of TV. Television in America began with the radio. Radio companies and their sponsors first experimented with television. Therefore, the close relationship which the advertisers had with radio programs became the system for American TV. Sponsors not only paid money for time within programs, but many actually produced the programs.

Thus, in American society, television is primarily concerned with reflecting and attracting society rather than experimenting with new ideas. Advertisers want to attract the largest viewing audience possible, to do so requires that the programs be entertaining rather than educational, attractive rather than challenging.

Television in America today remains, to a large extent, with the same organization and standards as it had thirty years ago. The hope for further development and true achievement toward improving society will require a change in the entire system.

26.   According to the author American television is poor in quality because ________.

A) advertisers are interested in experimenting with new ideas

B) it is still at an early stage of development, compared with the radio

C) the programs have to be developed in the interests of the sponsors for economic reasons

D) it is controlled by radio companiesC

27.   The second paragraph is mainly about ________.

A) TV as the sustainer of American life

B) TV as the major transmitter of culture

C) the educational effect of TV on society

D) the strong influence and the poor quality of American TVD

28.   In the author’s view American TV should ________.

A) be critical but entertaining

B) be creative and educational

C) change with the development of society

D) attract as many viewers as possibleC

29.   The author believes that television in the United States has become important to most people because ________.

A) it promotes family unity

B) it helps them develop their speaking ability

C) it affects their life in many ways

D) it challenges societyC

30.   The author’s attitude towards American television is ________.

A) critical

B) praising

C) doubtful

D) sympatheticA

 

 

 

We can see from the picture that a leopard, with his right hand bleeding, went into a clinic. ______[receive] some treatment, he came out with his hand bound up, but his beautiful speckles have disappeared.

       If the leopard could speak out his mind, he would surely express how anguished he felt for the ______[loose] of his speckles. There are three reasons why the loss happened ______ the leopard. Firstly, the doctor did not give the leopard a very careful examination before the treatment, ______ resulted from the lack of a sense of responsibility. These doctors have no enthusiasm for their job, nor patience or affection for their patients. Secondly, though currently there are many clinics, the number of the qualified doctors is very limited. Some clinics are run by those who do not have the ______[require] doctor’s qualification, which poses potential danger for patients. Thirdly, some clinics impose on patients unnecessary treatment or examination sheerly for profit.

       I maintain that effective measures should be taken to put an end to this phenomenon. Firstly, we need to advocate social responsibility and professional ethics in each field. Secondly, strict regulations should be enacted and enforced to create a harmonious and orderly society. Only through the combined efforts of government and society can we eliminate this “tumor” forcefully and completely.

 

 

译文:

    从图中我们可以看到一只美洲豹带着流血的右爪走进了一家诊所。在接受了一番治疗之后,他带着绑着绷带的右爪走出了诊所,而他身上漂亮的斑点也消失了

    如果这只美洲豹可以说出他心里的想法,他一定会表达失去了斑点的苦恼。发生在这只美洲豹身上的事情可以通过三个原因来解释。第一,诊所的医生在开始治疗之前没有给美洲豹进行细致的检查,这主要归咎于医生的不负责任。这些医生对他们的工作没有任何热情,对于病人也没有耐心和同情。第二,尽管现在有很多的诊所,但是却没有很多达到医疗资格的医生。因此,许多诊所是由那些没有行医资格的人经营的,这给病人们带来了很大的潜在危险。第三,一些诊所为了牟利而强加给病人各种不必要的检查和治疗。

    我认为必须采取有效的措施来结束这种现象。首先,我们应该在各行各业内大力宣扬社会责任和职业道德。其次,应该制定和执行严格的规定,从而创造一个和谐和有序的社会。只有通过这些综合的努力,我们才能够把这个社会“毒瘤”彻底清除掉。

 

 

 

19. AB  20. AC  21. BA  22. BB

 

 

 

 

 

26.  C

27.  D

28.  C

29.  C

30.  A

 

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loss

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