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She’s worn his designs on __________ occasions from red carpets to movie premieres.

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A.countless B.countable C.numerical D.numeral 

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Part II Vocabulary and Structure Directions: In this part there are forty incomplete sentences. Each sentence is followed by four choices. Choose the one that best completes the sentence and then mark your answer on the Answer Sheet. 21. The teacher the students on a tour through the art museum. A. made B. indicated C. forced D. took 22. Tom’s parents died when he was a child, so he was by his relatives. A. grown up B. brought up C. raised D. fed up 23. Here is my card. Let’s keep in . A. touch B. relation C. connection D. friendship 24. So far there is no proof people from other planets do exist. A. which B. how C. what D. that 25. The newspapers reported yesterday several on the boundaries of these two countries. A. incidents B. happenings C. events D. accidents 26. We’ve worked out the plan and now we must put it into . A. fact B. reality C. practice D. deed 27. He didn’t and so he failed the examination. A. work enough hard B. hard work enough C. hard enough work D. work hard enough 28. Not until Mr. Smith came to China what kind of country she is. A. he knew B. he didn’t know C. did he know D. he couldn’t know 29. Scientists say it may be ten years this medicine was put to use. A. since B. before C. after D. when 30. In some countries, is called “equality” does not really mean equal rights for all people. A. that B. what C. which D. how 31. We didn’t know his telephone number, otherwise we him. A. would telephone B. would have telephone C. had telephoned D. must have telephoned 32. We’ve missed the last bus, I’m afraid we have no but to take a taxi. A. way B. possibility C. choice D. selection 33. Luckily, most sheep the flood last month. A. endured B. survived C. lived D. passed 34. My parents always let me have my own of living. A. way B. method C. manner D. fashion 35. Like other language skills, reading requires practice. A. the most of B. much of the C. most of the D. more of the 36. It is only through practice one will be able to swim skillfully. A. what B. who C. that D. which 37. The brain is capable of ignoring pain message of to concentrate on other activities. A. it allowed B. is it allowed C. allowed D. allowed it 38. Don’t worry, I have already them the decision. A. informed; with B. informed; of C. informed; for D. informed; that 39. The child was sorry his mother when he arrived at the station. A. to miss B. having missed C. missing D. to have missed 40. I wonder why he to discuss the problem at the meeting. A. declined B. rejected C. refused D. delayed 41. You can hang up what you like on these walls. A. bare B. empty C. blank D. vacant 42. According to a , the majority would rather have newspapers without a government than a government without newspapers. A. election B. campaign C. poll D. vote 43. The population of the village has decreased 150 to 500. A. in B. at C. by D. with 44. It seems that there is that I can’t do. A. nothing B. anything C. everything D. none 45. They are often caring more about animals than human beings. A. accused if B. accused with C. charged of D. charged for 46. a good beginning is made, the word is half done. A. As soon as B. While C. As D. Once 47. George could not his foolish mistake. A. account in B. count on C. count for D. account for 48. We came into this field late, so we must work hard to the lost time. A. make up for B. make out C. keep up with D. put up with 49. The new law will came into on the day it is passed. A. effect B. use C. service D. existence 50. We can separate the mixture into the pure chemical compounds it is composed. A. in which B. of what C. of which D. from which 51. Mrs. Lincoln has that she is unable to get a job. A. such small education B. so little education C. a such little education D. a so small education 52. She can’t prevent her little boy shooting birds. A. from; to B. on; at C. with; up D. from; at 53. Many countries are increasing their use of natural gas, wind and other forms of . A. energy B. source C. power D. material 54. A darkened sky in the daytime is usually and indication that a storm is . A. possible coming B. about to take place C. close by D. expected to be severe 55. We all know that speak louder than words. A. movements B. performance C. operations D. actions 56. , he could not cover the whole distance in fifteen minutes. A. Fast as he can B. As he can ran fast C. If he can ran fast D. Since he ran fast 57. Agricultural production in that country has increased in recent years. A. vastly B. strikingly C. considerably D. extremely 58. Peter has planned to some money every month so that he can buy a used car next year. A. set aside B. set up C. set in D. set along 59. Although I spoke to him many times, he never took any of what I said. A. attention B. notice C. warning D. observation 60. They overcame all the difficulties and fulfilled the plan three months ahead of time, is something we had not expected. A. that B. what C. it D. which

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Part III Cloze Directions: There are twenty blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices. Choose the one that best fits into the passage and then marks your answer on the Answer Sheet. In 1982, Mark Thatcher, the son of Mrs. Thatcher was reported 61 in the Sahara Desert while competing in the Grand Prix motor race from Paris to Dakar. This sad news, so 62 , shook the usually calm and unperturbed seasoned politician 63 her balance. Though she did her best to pretend as if 64 had happened and made her public appearances as usual, people could not 65 to notice that she was no longer the old 66 prime minister who always had everything 67 control. 68 she had become a very sad mother who was unable to recover from her shock. One day, when she was to speak at a luncheon party, a reporter caught her 69 her guard by 70 up the subject of her missing son again. She was totally mentally 71 for the question and lost her self control. Tears were rolling down her eyes as she sobbingly told the reporter that there 72 still no news of Mark and that she was very worried about him. She said that all the countries 73 had promised to do their best to help her find her son. 74 that she broke down completely and sobbed silently for quite a while. Gradually she 75 down and started to speak as 76. it was a very moving scene which 77 a new side of Mrs. Thatcher’s character the public do not usually see, 78 people began to talk about the Iron Woman’s maternal love, a sentiment that is 79 to all human kind. Later Mark returned 80 and sound to his mother’s side, good-humored and all smiles as usual, as if nothing unusual had ever happened. The Iron Woman, however, broke down again as was sobbing for the second time. 61. A. missing B. missed C. wanting D. wanted 62. A. expected B. expecting C. unexpected D. unexpecting 63. A. with B. on C. out D. off 64. A. something B. anything C. nothing D. everything 65. A. miss B. fail C. pretend D. expect 66. A. reassured B. self-assured C. assuring D. self-assuring 67. A. for B. beneath C. below D. under 68. A. Instead B. however C. Therefore D. So 69. A. into B. out of C. on D. off 70. A. putting B. bringing C. taking D. giving 71. A. ready B. prepared C. unprepared D. unexpected 72. A. was B. were C. should be D. would be 73. A. concerning B. concerned C. worrying D. worried 74. A. At B. Before C. After D. With 75. A. sat B. broke C. calmed D. became 76. A. planned B. planning C. plans D. a plan 77. A. explained B. exposed C. excluded D. exclaimed 78. A. however B. instead C. so D. but 79. A. universal B. unique C. single D. strange 80. A. safe B. safely C. sight D. hearing

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Passage 3 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage: The idea of a special day to honor mothers was first put forward in America in 1907. two years later a woman, Mrs. John Bruce Dodd, in the state of Washington proposed a similar day to honor the head of the family—the father. Her mother died when she was very young, and her father brought her up. She loved her father very much. In response to Mrs. Dodd’s idea that same year—1909, the state governor of Washington proclaimed (宣布) the third Sunday in June Father’s Day. The idea was officially approved by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916. in 1924, President Calvin Coolidge recommended national observance of the occasion “to establish more intimate (亲密) relations between fathers and their children, and to impress upon fathers the full measure of their obligations.” The red or white rose is recognized as the official Father’s Day flower. Father’s Day took longer to establish on a national scale than Mother’s Day, but as the idea grained popularity, tradesmen and manufacturers began to see the commercial possibilities. They encouraged sons and daughters to honor their fathers with small thank-you presents, such as a tie or pair of socks, as well as by sending greeting cards. During the Second World War, American servicemen stationed in Britain began to request Father’s Day greeting cards to send home. This generated a response with British card publishers. Though at first the British public was slow to accept this rather artificial day, it’s now well celebrated in Britain on the third Sunday in June in much the same way as in America. Father’s Day seems to be much less important as occasion than the Mother’s Day. Not many of the children offer their fathers some presents. But the American fathers still think they are much better fated than the fathers of many other countries, who have not even a day for their sake in name only. 11. When did Father’s Day officially begin to have national popularity? A. 1907 B. 1909 C. 1916 D. 1924 12. Who first started the idea of holding the Father’s Day? A. Mrs. John Bruce Dodd B. Mrs. John Bruce’s Mother C. The government of Washington. D. Some businessmen. 13. What flower will be popular on Father’s Day? A. Lily B. Water Lily C. Red rose or white rose D. Sunflower. 14. Which statement is true, a according to this passage? A. It took even longer for Mother’s Day to gain national popularity. B. The businessmen helped to make Father’s Day popular. C. Father’s Day is only celebrated in America. D. Father’s Day is only a trick of the businessmen to make money. 15. What was the first reaction of the British publishing towards Father’s Day? A. They thought highly of it and accepted it at once. B. They just accepted it at once without any hesitation. C. They just thought it a joke. D. They thought it was too artificial and took a long time to accept.

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Part I Reading Comprehension Directions: In this part there are four passages. Each passage is followed by four comprehension questions. Read the passage and answer the questions. Then mark your answer on the Answer Sheet. Passage 1 Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage: Some years ago the captain of a ship was very interested in medicine. He always took medicine books to sea and liked to talk about different diseases. One day a lazy sailor on his ship pretended to be ill. He lay on his bunk (铺) and groaned as if he were very sick. The captain came to see him and was very pleased to have a patient to look after. He told the man to rest for a few days and made the other sailors do his work. Three days later another sailor pretended that he had something wrong with his chest. Once more the captain looked in his medical books and told “sick” man to have a rest. The other sailors were very angry because they had more work to do. The patients had the best food and laughed at their friends when the captain was not looking. At last the mate (船长副手) decided to cure the “sick” men. He mixed up some soap, soot (烟灰), glue (胶水) and other unpleasant things. Then he obtained permission from the captain to give his medicine to the “sick” men. When they tasted the medicine, they really did feel ill. It was so horrible that one of the patients jumped out of hi bunk, ran up on desk and climbed the highest mast on the ship. He did not want any more medicine. The mate told both of the men that they must take the medicine every half an hour, night and day. This soon cured them. They both said they felt better and wanted to start word again. The captain realized that the men tried to deceive him so he made them work very hard for the rest of the voyage. 1. The first sailor pretended to be ill because he wanted to . A. test the captain’s knowledge of medicine B. be free from work C. have the best food on the ship D. play a joke on his friends 2. When the captain knew a sailor was ill, he . A. didn’t care much B. sent for a doctor C. looked after him and told him to have a rest D. gave him some medicine 3. The patients felt better quickly because . A. they had been given proper medicine B. they learned that the captain had found out the truth C. they were laughed at by their friends D. the medicine the mate gave was horrible 4. When the captain knew he had been deceived, he . A. told them not to do so again B. lost his temper C. made them work harder D. fired them 5. Which of the following best summarizes the passage? A. A sudden Cure. B. Two Patients. C. Captain and Sailors. D. A Difficult Voyage.

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Passage 3 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage: The cowboy is the hero of many movies,. He is, even today, a symbol of courage and adventure. But what was the life of the cowboy really like? The cowboy’s job is clear from the word cowboy. Cowboy were men who took care of cows and other cattle. The cattle were in the West and in Texas. People in the cities of the East wanted beef these cattle. Trains could take the cattle east. But first the cattle had to get to the trains. Part of the cowboy’s job was to take the cattle hundreds of miles to the railroad town. The trips were called cattle drivers. A cattle drive usually took several months. Cowboys rode for sixteen hours a day. Because they rode so much, each cowboy brought along about eight horses. A cowboy changed horses several times each day. The cowboys had to make sure that cattle arrived safely. Before starting on a drive, the cowboys branded the cattle. They burned a mark on the cattle to show who they belonged to. But these marks didn’t stop rustlers, or cattle thieves. Cowboys had to protect the cattle from rustlers. Rustlers made the dangerous trip even more dangerous. Even though their work was very difficult and dangerous, cowboys did not earn much money. They were paid badly. Yet cowboys liked their way of life. They lived in a wild and open country. They lived a life of adventure and freedom. 11. A cowboy is a symbol of . A. courage and adventure B. a hard life and big pay C. movies in the past D. cows and other cattle 12. The cowboys’ job was . A. to be a hero in real life B. to be a hero of the movie C. to take care of cattle D. to be a dangerous rustler 13. During a cattle driver, cowboys took a group of cows from a wild and open country to . A. the West states and Texas B. the cities of the East States C. the people who eat beef in cities D. the railroad towns hundred miles away 14. On their way of cattle drivers, the cowboys protected the cattle by . A. burning a mark on their cows B. keeping an eye on cattle thieves C. making the trip more dangerous D. looking after eight cows each person 15. Cowboys enjoyed themselves because . A. they liked their way of life B. they made a lot of money C. they had a vary difficult job D. they were heroes in movies

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People with disabilities comprise a large part of the population. It is estimated that over 35 million Americans have physical, mental, or other disabilities. About half of these disabilities are “developmental”, i. e. , they occur prior to the individual’s twenty-second birthday, often form genetic conditions, and are severe enough to effect three or more areas of development, such as mobility, communication, employment, etc. Most other disabilities are considered “adventitious”, i.e. , accidental or caused by outside forces. Prior to the 20th century, only a small percentage of people with disabilities survived for long. Medical treatment for these disabilities was unavailable. Advancements in medicine and social services have created a climate in which people with disabilities can expert to have such basic needs as food, shelter, and medical treatment. Unfortunately, these basic are often not available. Civil liberties such as the right to vote, marry, get an education, and again employment have historically been denied on the basic of disability. In recent decades, the disability rights movement has been organized to flight against these infringements (侵害) of civil rights. Congress responded by passing major legislation recognizing people with disabilities as protected class under civil rights statutes. Still today, people with disabilities must fight to live their lives independently. It is estimated that more than half of qualified Americans with disabilities are unemployed, and a majority of those who do work are underemployed. About two-thirds live at or below the official poverty level. Significant barriers, especially in transportation and public awareness, prevent disabled people from taking part in society. For example, while no longer prohibited by law from marrying, a person with no access to transportation is effectively excluded from community and social activities which might lead to the development of long-term relationships. It will only be when public attitudes advance as far as laws are that disabled people will be fully able to take to their right place in society. 16. ”developmental” disability . A. develops very slowly over time B. is caused forces C. occurs in youth and affects development D. is getting more and more severe 17. Most disabled people used to die early because . A. disabilities destroyed major bodily functions B. they were not very well looked after C. medical techniques were not available D. they were too poor to get proper treatment 18. In the author’s opinion, to enable the disabled people to take their rightful place in society, . A. more laws should be passed B. public attitudes should be changed C. government should provide more aids D. more public facilities should be act up 19. Which of the following cannot be inferred from the passage? A. Many disabled people may remain single for their whole life. B. The public tends to look down upon the disabled people. C. The disabled people feel inferior to those surrounding them. D. Discriminatory (有差别的) laws prevent the disabled from mixing with others. 20. The best title for this passage might be . A. Handicaps of People with Disabilities B. The Difficulties of the Disabled C. The Causes for Disabilities D. Medical Treatments for Disabilities Part II Vocabulary and Structure (共40小题,每小题1分,共40分) Directions: In this part there are forty incomplete sentences. Each sentence is followed by four choices. Choose the one that best completes the sentence and then mark your answer on the Answer Sheet. 21. It’s still early in the morning. There isn’t in the office. A. anyone B. everyone C. nobody D. any people 22. is not known what they discussed in the meeting. A. That B. He C. This D. It 23. Yhe sad news broke her and she has been gloomy ever since. A. feelings B. emotions C. mind D. heart 24. He is much of a gentleman to fight. A. so B. as C. very D. too 25. Not until this term to realize how important this subject is to his future career as a diplomat. A. he began B. ha has begun C. did he begin D. that ha has begun 26. who would like to go on the trip should put their names on the list. A. Those B. These C. Somebody D. The ones 27. A bottle weighs less after air is taken out, proves that air has weight. A. we B. it C. which D. what 28. How long ? A. you suppose did it last B. do you suppose it lasted C. did you suppose it last D. you suppose it lasted 29. Smmith had some trouble the man’s accent. A. to understand B. understanding C. for understanding D. with understanding 30. The next few days could be for the peace negotiation. A. maximum B. practical C. critical D. urgent 31. He quite a lot when he was young. A. used to travel B. used to traveling C. was used to travel D. would used to travel 32. You me your telephone number in case someone wants to contact you. A. had better give B. had better given C. had better to give D. had better gave 33. Mary used to the room with Linda. A. separate B. divide C. hold D. share 34. —Must we hand in our exercise-books now? —No, you . A. mustn’t B. don’t C. needn’t D. can’t 35. She pulled away from the window anyone should see them. A. lest B. even though C. unless D. only if 36. Not a has been found so far that can help the police find the criminal. A. fact B. clue C. symbol D. sign 37. She would make a teacher far superior the average. A. over B. than C. beyond D. to 38. Radio is different from television in it sends and receives pictures. A. which B. that C. what D. this 39. Tom and jack have returned but students of the group haven’t come back yet. A. other B. the others C. others D. another 40. It half a year since we to study in this university. A. is; come B. is; have come C. has been; came D. has been; have come 41. The fact that something is cheap doesn’t mean it is of low quality. A. necessarily B. especially C. essentially D. practically 42. They set off by car and the nearest town. A. made for B. made after C. made out D. made to 43. Take this baggage and you can find enough room. A. put it which B. put it in which C. put it at where D. put it wherever 44. He doesn’t want that he’s going away. A. . to be known B. him to be known C. that to be known D. it to be known 45. The noise around was terrible, but I had to it. A. keep away from B. keep up with C. live with D. live on 46. He that his guests were bored, although they were listening politely. A. impressed B. sensed C. inferred D. identified 47. On Sundays I prefer at home to out. A. to say; go B. stay; going C. staying; going D. staying; go 48. I’d like to write to him, but what’s the ? He never writes back. A. significance B. business C. point D. purpose 49. There were opinions as to the best location for the new school. A. disagreeing B. conflicting C. rejecting D. reverting 50. by the news of his father’s death, he could hardly utter a word. A. To be stunned B. Stunned C. To stun D. Stunning 51. , we’d better make some changes in the plan. A. That is the case B. That been the case C. That to be the case D. That being the case 52. They have equipped the office with the business machines. A. last B. latter C. latest D. later 53. The police found that George had still another of income. A. origin B. source C. basis D. means 54. An open-minded teacher doesn’t always one single teaching method. A. set aside B. take over C. take on D. stick to 55. Much to the student’s , the exam was postponed. A. burden B. concern C. relief D. requirement 56. Children normally feel a lot of about their first day at school. A. anxiety B. difference C. feelings D. trouble 57. The weather was hot that she decided to have the barber her hairstyle. A. rather; to change B. so; change C. much too; change D. too; changed 58. She meet her former instructor on the bus. A. delighted to B. happened to C. pleased to D. tended to 59. Just as no two words are truly synonymous no two different expressions can mean exactly the same thing. A. rather B. also C. yet D. so 60. The new engineer’s suggestions were in the revised plan. A. entitled B. engaged C. embodied D. estimated

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Part III Cloze Directions: There are twenty blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices. Choose the one that best fits into the passage and then marks your answer on the Answer Sheet. Before the 20th century the horse provided day to day transportation in the United States. Trains were used only for long-distance transportation. Today the car is the most popular 61 of transportation in all of the United States. It has completely 62 the horse as a means of everyday transportation. Americans use their cars for 63 90 percent of all personal 64 . Most Americans are able to 65 cars. The average price of a 66 made car was 1 050 in 1950, 1 740 in 1960 and up to 1 750 67 1975. During this period American car manufacturers set about 68 their products and work efficiency. As a result, the yearly income of the 69 family increased from 1950 to 1975 70 than the price of cars. For this reason 71 a new car takes a smaller 72 of a family’s total earnings today. In 1951 73 it took 8.1 months of an average family’s 74 to buy a new car. In 1962 a new car 75 8.3 of a family’s annual earnings. By 1975 it only took 4.75 76 income. In addition, the 1975 cars were technically 77 to models from previous years. The 78 of the automobile extends throughout the economy 79 the car is so important to Americans. Americans spend more money to 80 their cars running than on any other item. 61. A. kinds B. means C. mean D. types 62. A. denied B. reproduced C. replaced D. ridiculed 63. A. hardly B. nearly C. certainly D. somehow 64. A. trip B. works C. business D. travel 65. A. buy B. sell C. race D. see 66. A. quickly B. regularly C. rapidly D. recently 67. A. on B. in C. behind D. about 68. A. raising B. making C. reducing D. improving 69. A. unusual B. interested C. average D. biggest 70. A. slowest B. equal C. faster D. less than 71. A. bringing B. obtain C. bought D. purchasing 72. A. part B. half C. number D. side 73. A. clearly B. proportionally C. percentage D. suddenly 74. A. income B. work C. plans D. debts 75. A. used B. spend C. cost D. needed 76. A. months’ B. dollars C. family D. year 77. A. famous B. superior C. fastest D. purchasing 78. A. running B. notice C. influence D. discussion 79. A. then B. as C. so D. which 80. A. start B. leave C. keep D. repair

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Passage 4 Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage: I recently wrote an autobiography in which I recalled many old memories. One of them was from my school days, when our ninth grade teacher, Miss Raber, would pick out words from the Reader’s Digest to test our vocabulary. Today, more than 45 years later, I always check out “It pays to Enrich Your Word Power” first when the Digest comes each month. I am impressed with that idea, word power. Reader’s Digest knows the power that words have to move people—to entertain, inform, and inspire. The Digest editors know that the big word isn’t always the best word. Take just one example, a Quotable Quote form the February 1985 issue: ”Time is a playful thing. It slips quickly and drinks the day like a bowl of milk.” Nineteen words, only two of them more than one syllable, yet how much they convey! That’s usually how it is with Reader’s Digest. Small and simple can be profound. As chairman of a foundation to restore the Statue of Liberty, I’ve been making a lot of speeches lately. I try to keep them fairly short. I use small but vivid words: words like “hope”, “guts”, “faith”, “dreams”. Those are words that move people and say so much about the spirit of America. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not against using big words, when it is right to do so, but I have also learned that a small word can work a small miracle—if it’s right word, in the right place, at the right time. It’s a “secret” that I hope never forget. 16. The passage is mainly about . A. one of the many old memories B. using simple words to express profound ideas C. Reader’s Digest and school speeches D. how to make effective speeches 17. It seems that Reader’s Digest is a magazine popular with . A. people of all ages B. teenagers C. school teachers D. elderly readers 18. The example the author gives in the second paragraph might mean . A. one spends his day playing and drinking B. don’t waste your time as one does C. time slips easily if you don’t make good use of it D. time is just like drinking milk from a bowl 19. The author’s “secret” is . A. to avoid using big words at any time B. to use words that have the power to move people C. to work a miracle by using a small word D. to use small and simple words where possible 20. Accoeding to the author, well-chosen words can give people . A. hope, courage and ideas B. confidence, determination and strength C. pleasure, knowledge and encourage D. entertainment, information and power Questions 16 to 20 are based on the following passage:

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Passage 3 Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage: About 70 million Americans are trying to loss weight. That is almost 1 out of every 3 people in the United States. Some people go on ideas. This means they eat less certain foods, especially fats and sugars. Other people exercise with especial equipment, take diet pills, or even have surgery. Losing weight is hard work, and it can also cost a lot of money. So why do so many people in the United States want to lose weight? Many people in the United States worry about not looking young and attractive. For many people, looking good also means being thin. Other people worry about their health. Many doctors say being overweight is not healthy. But are Americans really fat? Almost 30 million Americans weight at least 20 percent more than their ideal weight. In fact, the United State is the most overweight country in the wild. “The stored fat of adult Americans weight 2.3 trillion pounds,” says University of Massachusetts anthropologist (人类学家) George Armelagos. He says burning off that stored energy would produce enough power for 900,000 cars to go 12,000 miles. Losing weight is hard work, but most people want to find a fast and easy way to take off fat. Bookstores sell lots of diet books. These books tell readers how to lose weight. Each year, dozens of new books like these are written. Each one boasts to help people to get rid of fat. 11. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way of losing weight? A. To eat less fats and sugars. B. To work hard. 12. Many Americans are trying to lose weight because . A. they want to look attractive B. they are misled by doctors C. they want to keep fit D. both A and C 13. The figures given in the second paragraph suggest that . A. Americans are dependent on cars B. cars consume a lot of money C. Americans need lose weight D. excess of fat can be a source of energy 14. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that . A. diet books are not always effective B. diet books are usually helpful C. there are lots of ways of losing weight D. bookstores are keeping their promises 15. It can be concluded from the passage that . A. people think too much of their appearance B. there is not a sure way of losing weight as yet C. surgery is the fastest way of losing weight D. going on diet is a safe way of losing weight

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Passage 1 Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage: Do you want to say what you think in a letter to the President of the United States? You’ll get a reply from him—written in ink, not typed—after only a few days. The President gets about 4,000 letters every week. He answers everyone who writes to him on special Whites House paper. But he doesn’t need a lot of time for it. In fact, he only gives 20 minutes a week to look at his personal correspondence. He has the most modern secretary in the world to help him. It’s computer, worth £ 800,000,which has its own rooms on the first floor of the White House. It has a bank of electronic pens which write like the President writes, in his favorite light blue ink. Each letter the President receives gets a number, according to the type of answer it needs. The pens then write the correct reply for it, according to the number. Each letter takes less than a second to write. A White House official said, “It’s not important that letters come from a computer. Each letter says what the President wants to say.” 1. for a reply from the President. A. You have to wait a long time B. You only have to wait several days C. You have to wait at least one month D. You only have to wait a few weeks 2. The reply from the President . A. is always printed B. is always typed C. is always written in ink D. is always written by himself 3. It takes the computer to write ten letters. A. no more than ten seconds B. a little more than ten seconds C. less than ten seconds D. at least one second 4. The computer can be described as . A. expensive but efficient B. possessing a beautiful handwriting C. heavy and inefficient D. the President’s most reliable secretary 5. It can be inferred from the passage that . A. the President never reads any letters written to him by ordinary people B. the President hires a very efficient secretary to deal with his correspondence C. the President does not really care about the letters he receives every week D. the President is assured that the computer express his views in the letters

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