A. unfair B. against C. condemn D. persist
40. There is no ____________ that he was once a thief. But it doesn't mean you can
always regard him as a thief. A. deny B. denied C. denies D. denying
41. Hearing a _____________ noise in the backyard, Pamela went there to have a
look. A. cracking B. crack C. cracked D. cracker
42. If we carry out our plan with _____________, we will surely achieve our goal
sooner or later. A. conditions B. determination C. competition D. frowns
43. Some of the passengers escaped serious ____________ in the traffic accident.
A. enquiry B. wound C. inquiry D. injury
44. Having ___________ the bear in the woods for one week, the man was almost
out of food. A. caught B. shot C. trailed D. seeking
45. Jessica ____________ her father on the knee and asked him not to worry about
his health. A. patted B. struck C. stroked D. paced
46. I was surprised to see the little girl play the piano so skillfully; she must have
a(n) ___________ future in music. A. promised B. processed C. promising D. processing
47. Sherry is a member of a(n) ___________ dramatic club. She goes there after
work for practice twice a week. A. grateful B. amusing C. assertive D. amateur
48. With the price ___________, the fruits are selling much better now.
A. lowering B. is lowered
C. having been lowered D. is being lowered
49. Our university celebrated its 100th ___________ the year before last.
A. anniversary B. birthday C. year D. birth
50. Jane sometimes complains that her husband is not ___________ enough. He
never thinks of buying her any gift on special days. A. acceptable B. romantic C. assertive D. restless
Part 2 Cloze (with Options)
(Each item: 1)
Directions:Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer
from the choices.
Questions 51 to 70 are based on the following passage.
I understand culture shock, I've been 51. However,
effectivepositivenegativecreativethroughthroughoutwithwithoutit myself. just
some foreigners living in China are
about the cultural differences, and it is causing them to lose a 53.
reasonablesuperbspontaneousslightopportunity to learn the Chinese culture. Most of
putting inputting upputting onputting downthem seem to be simply 54. their time for the terms of
their employment, 55.
whereas well asbecausewhereasthey don't care to enjoy what is
special about their new surroundings.
Communicating successfully with people from other cultures can be a real 56.
contrastclaimchallengechargeconsiderconductapplybear. We 57. the responsibility for learning
their culture. Adjusting to another culture requires a great deal of personal
patiencehostilityfavorsatisfactionawareness and 58. . I know several foreigners living with a fork in their pocket. I could understand if they said they were unwilling to 59.
communicatecommitcarrybringtheir time to learning the language—Chinese is very
difficult. If you are working full-time, you may not have enough time to make
Come onCome aroundCome upCome within Chinese, but what about chopsticks 61.
! Learning how to use chopsticks is the easiest part of the 62.
improvementadjustmentcorrectionadvantage. Learning how to conduct yourself in a 63.
productiveconcretecontemporarycompetentway during social interactions is what should have been
conflictconfuseappreciatepleasedone. Only by that time will you be able to 64.
let downlet outlet alonelet offthe cultural differences and not to 65. our Chinese friends.
give outgive offgive upgive overHaving said all that, I would gladly 66. my argument for
chopsticks, if they would just stop 67.
committingcompetingcomposingcomplainingso much. They are wasting a good opportunity to have a truly unique experience and 68.
furthermorebutwhereasthoughnot only talkednever toldnot sayingnot to mention, they are making a bad name for the rest of us, 69.
driving me crazy. Each time they look at their fork,
representsconductsassessesrejectsthey should see that it 70. here.
all of the time they've wasted
Part 3 Reading Comprehension (Multiple Choice)
(Each item: 2)
Directions:Read the following passages carefully and choose the best answer
from the four choices marked A, B, C and D.
Questions 71 to 75 are based on the same passage or dialog.
Charlie Chaplin has broken all records in making people laugh. No one has so set a whole world laughing as the little man with the walking stick and the oversized shoes.
Much has been written about Chaplin's art and his career, and opinions have ranged widely. But perhaps those who called him \truest human being of our time\