1.Did you enjoy yourself at the party？
！ I’ve never been to a more exciting one before.
A.You bet B， Thafs right C. No problem “D. Don’t mention it
2.Leslie Cheung’s movies have influenced many people and these classic films his different performing
styles at different times. ，
A.entertain ： B. represent ； C. convince D. support
3.Jenny has been taken to the headmaster’s and she about what happened in their dormitory last night
A.questioned ‘ B. had questioned C. is being questioned D. was questioned
4.H1S study 诅 Pe&g University lasted four years， he founded his own company in Hong Kong.
A. after which B. after when ‘ 4 必，° after that ： D. after it ：”
5.The movie was for an important international prize， but it got nothing in the end.
Amade – B. designed C. intended – – D. supposed
6.How are things going， Jenny？ “匸 ？
They have set out to deal with the present situation they think deserves their immediately attention.
A.what B. where C.when llwhich
7？ The flu is believed by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human and throat.
A. to be caused B. to have caused C. being caused D. causing
8.More highways have been built in China. it much easier for people to travel from one place to another.
A. make ：二 m. B. made ” C. to make D. making
9.At the ceremony， the president delivered a thank-you speech the company.
A. on account of B. in charge of C. on behalf of D. in terms of
10.Those successful deaf dancers think that dancing is an activity f sight matters more than hearing.
A. when B. whose C. Whiuil D. where
11.The father， ready to retire at an early age， hoped that his eldest son would the family business.
A. take over ‘ B. look into C. take up ” ‘ D. look through
12.1 believe that more effective measures have to be taken before we can breathe cleaner air. . Air pollution has become too serious a problem.
A. I don’t like it. B. I am with you on that C. I don’t care about it D. I can’t agree with you
13.Many people agree that there has never been a more splendid opening ceremony than — of the Beijing Olympic Games in history.
‘A. one B. what C. that
14.My sister-in-law is the of the information， so it can t be 间sH.
I teach economics at UNLV three times per week. Last Monday， at the beginning of class， I _16_ asked my students how their weekend had been. One young n)an said that his weekend had not been so good. He had his wisdom teeth _17_？ The young man then proceeded to ask me why I 18_ seemed to be so cheerful. His question _19_ me of something I’d read somewhere before： “Every morning when you get up， you have a choice about how you want to approach life that day，” I said. “I _20_ to be cheerful/5
“Let me give you a(n) I continued， _22_ ail sixty students in the class. Tn addition to teaching here at UNLV I also teach at the community college in Henderson， 17 miles down the freeway from where I live. One day a few weeks ago I diove to Henderson. I _23_ the freeway and turned onto College Drive. I only had to drive anothef quarter mile down the road to the college. But just then my car ~24_？ I tried to start it again， but the engine wouldn’t _25_. So f put my flashers on， grabbed my books， and _26_ down the road to the college？*
“As soon as I got there I called AAA (汽车协会)and _27_ for a tow truck to meet me at my car after class. The secretary in the Provosfs office asked me what liad happened. 4This is my _28_ day/1 replied， smiling.”
“But your car breaks down” She was puzzled. What do you mean？
‘”I live 17miles from here/1 replied. 4My car could have broken down anywhere along the freeway. It didn’t. _29= it broke down in the _30 ？place： off the freeway， within walking distance of here. I’m still able to teach my class， and Pve been able to arrange for the tow truck to meet me after class. If my car was _31_ to break down today， it couldn’t have been arranged in a more convenient fashion.”‘
“The secretary’s eyes opened wide， and then she sfniled. I smiled back and headed fbr class.” So ended my story. I_32_ the sixty faces in my economics class at UNLV Despite the early hour， no one seemed to be asleep. _33_， my story had touched them. Or maybe it wasn’t the story at all. _34_， it had all started with a stiidenfs
^35_ that I was cheerful. —*
16. A. seriously B. cheerfully C. curiously D. coldly
17. A. cut B. broken C. lost D. removed
18. A. never B. seldom C. always D. sometimes
19. A- reminded B. asked C. informed D. mentioned
20- A. choose B. need C. have D. suggest –
21. A. lesson B. idea C. story D. example
22. A. addressing B， pointing C. attracting D. looking
23. A. entered B. followed C. exited D. took
24. A. died B. destroyed C. settled D. parked
25. A. tum to B. tum over C. tum down D. tum away
26. A. moved B， marched C. struggled D？ turned
27. A. required B. applied C. demanded D. arranged
28. A. good B， bad C. lucky D？ hard
29. A. However B. Therefore C. Instead D. Besides
30. A. perfect B. empty C. terrible D. free
31. A. wished B. asked C.supposed D. meant
32. A. examined B.scanned C. studied D. analyzed
33. A. Somehow B. Anyhow C. Thus D. Therefore *.
| ？4. A. In addition B. In all C. In fact
D. In ceneral
1 35. A. observation B. recognition C. judgment
D. puzzle I
For kids and many adults， a San Diego vacation means theme parks and other attractions. Before heading to a park， call or check its v/ebsite for updated hours of operation； many parks have seasonal or holiday hours. Ticket prices listed here are for general admission， single-day use only.
Seaworl San Diego
A 6-minute tide （海潮）called Journey to Atlantis， which is to open in late May， tells the legend of the island nation. After the ride of Greek fishing boats， folks can visit a new exhibit of dolphins， which have not been on display at the park since 1998.
DETAILS： General admission is S46.95 for adults， S37.95 for children aged 3-9， free for children 2 and younger. 1-800-380-3203 or www.seaworld.com
Snn Diego Zoo
There’s not much in the way of new attractions. The zoo has a new panda cub （幼蔭），Mei Sheng， Nighttime Zoo， a program popular with families， starts June 26.
DETAILS： General admission is $21 for adults， S14 for children aged 3-11， free for children 2 and younger. 1-（619）-234-5331 or www.sandiegozoo.org
Maritime Museum of San Diego
The HMS Surprise， the 18-centur）1 British warship featured in the film Master and commander， is on exhibit though Nov. 30.
DETAILS： The ship is available for tours from 9 a.m. to S p.m. daily. Admission is $8 for adult， $6 for seniors nnd children nged 13-17， $5 for kids aged 6-12，and free fbr kids 5 and younger， 1-（619）-234-8135 or \vww.sdmnritime，onx
Old Tbwn Trolley Tours
Vsiting relatives or friends in San Diego？ They can get a hometown pass and ride fbr free with your paid admission.
DETAILS： The main ticket booth （售票厅）is in Old Town at 4010 Twiggs St. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.， daily $25 www.historictours.com/’sandiego
36.The purpose of this text is to .
A. warn B. amuse C. persuade – D. guide
37.If you want to enjoy the perfbnnance of dolphins， you should go to .
A.Seaworld San Diego
B.San Diego Zoo
C.Maritime Museum of San Diego
D.Old Town Trolley Tours
38.Ifa couple visits San Diego Zoo with their children， one aged 3 and the other 2* the admission will 宀—.
A. $35 B- S49 C. S56 D. S70 .…
39.According to the text. Old Town Tours can be well described by the saying
A？ Love at first sight” B？”kill two birds with one stone”
C. “Easy come， easy go” D. “Strike the iron while it is hot”
40.It can be inferred from the text that \