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  1. -Did you go to Jack’s birthday party?

  -No, I____.

  A. am not invited B. wasn’t invited C. haven’t invited D. didn’t invite

  2. My best friend is a writer. She _____ more than ten books since 1992.

  A writes B wrote C has written D will write

  3. These shoes look very nice. I wonder _____.

  A how much cost they B how much do they cost

  C how much they cost D how much are they cost

  4. The young lady prefers dressing up for a party to ____ by others.

  A. be noticed B. being noticed C. having been noticed D. have been noticed

  5. Before the war broke out, many people ____ possessions they could not take with them.

  A. threw away B. put away C. gave away D. carried away

  6. ____ the pressure from work, teachers have to deal with psychological problems caused by interpersonal relationship.

  A. As far as B. As long as C. As well as D. As soon as

  7. ——I hear your aunt likes travel, music, clothes and fine food.

  ——Oh, yeah, and music may have been ____ of her tastes.

  A. the rather more respectable B. much the most respectable

  C. very the most respectable D. even more respectable one

  8. ____ children tend to prefer sweets to meat.

  A. The most B. Most C. Most of D. The most of the

  9. ——He looks very hot and dry.

  ——So ____ if you had a temperature of 103.

  A. would you B. will you C. would you have been D. do you

  10. In 1921 Benjamin Franklin founded one of the first adult-education organizations, ____ the Junto.

  A. has been called B. to call C. a group called D. which group called

  11. The car ____ at the present speed until it reaches the foot of the mountain at about nine o'clock tonight.

  A. went B. is going C. goes D. will be going

  12. ——You didn't invite Mary to the ball?

  ——____ her, too?

  A. Must I invite B. Should I have invited C. Must I have invited D. Should I invite

  13. The number 9. 11 is a special number, ____, I think, that will be remembered by the Americans forever.

  A. what B. it C. which D. one

  14. Will you see to ____ that my birds are looked after well while I'm away?

  A. them B. yourself C. it D. me

  15. Many teens don't get enough sleep because they have too much homework, which ____ them up at night.

  A. makes B. breaks C. turns D. keeps

  16. ——Ms Lin looks rather a kind lady.

  ——But in fact she is cold and hard on us. You ____ believe it!

  A. shouldn't B. wouldn't C. mustn't D. needn't

  17. The program is like a window on the world ____ you sit by it and fix your attention on what it shows.

  A. if B. as C. while D. unless

  18. ____ the search engine just gave me some brief introductions rather than the whole content of the book to read.

  A. Luckily B. Mostly C. Funnily D. Disappointingly

  19. ——Did you know any French before you arrived in Washington?

  ——Never ____ it, actually.

  A. had I learned B. have I learned C. I learned D. was I learning

  20. In fact, more and more people ____ to live a greener, healthier and more environmentally “green life”.

  A. chose B. choose C. are choosing D. have chosen

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  PASSAGE 1

  Some years ago, I was hired by an American bank. I received a letter from the head of the Personnel Department that started, "Dear John, I am quite pleased that you have decided to join us." That "quite" saddened me. I thought he was saying "we're kind of pleased you decided to join us although I wish we had hired someone else." Then I discovered that in American English "quite"sometimes means "very", while in British English it means "fairly".

  So the first lesson about working in other countries is to learn the language and by that I don't just mean the words people speak. It is body language, dress, manners, ideas and so on. The way people do things highlights many of the differences we see between cultures.

  Some of these differences may be only on the surface一dress, food and hours of work一while others may be deeper and take longer to deal with. Mostly, it is just a question of getting used to the differences and accepting them, like the climate,while getting on with business.

  Some of the differences may be an improvement. People are more polite; the service is better; you ask for something to be done and it happens without having to ask again. However, other differences can be troubling, like punctuality. If you invite people to a party at 7 o'clock your guests will consider it polite to turn up exactly on time in Germany, five minutes early in the American Midwest, an hour early in Japan, 15 minutes afterwards in the UK, up to an hour afterwards in Italy and some time in the evening in Greece. I prefer not to use the word "late" because there is nothing wrong with the times people arrive. It is simply the accepted thing to do in their own country.

  21. The author was unhappy as mentioned in Paragraph 1 because he thought______.

  A. the American bank didn't think much of him

  B. the American bank might hire another person

  C. it's difficult to get used to American culture

  D. it's easy to misunderstand Americans

  22.The word "highlights" in Paragraph 2 probably means_____.

  A. encourages B. helps to narrow

  C. increases D. draws attention to

  23. According to the author, what should we do with most cultural differences?

  A. Ask the native people for help.

  B. Understand and accept them.

  C. Do things in our own way.

  D. Do in-depth research.

  24. When invited to a party the people who are usually punctual are______.

  A. Italians B. Germans C. Greeks D. the British

  PASSAGE 2

  "I didn't hear them call my name," explained Shelley Hennig to Active Teens (AT) as she talked about that exciting moment on national television when she won the honor of Miss Teen USA 2004. "Are you ready?" is what she heard. Then she said, "I shook my head no, and then they said'yes' and it was announced again."It was four days after that life changing moment for the seventeen-year-old high school student from Destrehan, Louisiana----she was still on cloud nine.

  "I was so shocked! I never believed that it could actually really happen." Present in the audience that day were: her mother and father, older brother, her friends, and her dance teacher.

  Understanding why members of her family and her friends would be there, AT asked why her dance teacher had traveled so far to see her compete."She's always been my role model.I've danced with her since I was six. She's been through so many difficulties and came through them all. I've learned to get over bad life's experiences and learned how to move on because of her."

  One of those bad life's experiences for Shelley happened three years ago when her brother Brad was killed in a drunk driving accident. He was 18. She found writing helped her get through the rough days. She said, "I write a lot about my brother. I write a lot, a lot, a lot..."

  As Miss Louisiana Teen, she traveled around the state speaking to teens about the dangers of drinking and driving. In her role as Miss Teen USA, Sheiley will continue to speak to youth about safe driving, in addition to many other things to help the youth.

  When AT asked Miss Teen USA if she had any advice for our readers, she said, "Don't let anyone change you. Hang out with people that make you feel good about yourself. That way, it is easy to be yourself."

  25. What do the words "on cloud nine" in Paragraph 2 probably mean?

  A. frightened B. troubled C. very happy D. very angry

  26. Shelley takes her dance teacher as a role model mainly because she is_____.

  A. determined B. friendly C. strict D. experienced

  27. How many children did the Hennigs have according to the text?

  A. 1. B. 2. C. 3. D. 4.

  28. What did Shelley often do after she became Miss Louisiana Teen?

  A. She visited drunken drivers.

  B.She gave dance performances.

  C. She made speeches on safe driving.

  D. She helped other teens with their studies.

  29. What suggestion does Shelley give to the teens?

  A. Be yourself with the support of friends.

  B .Meet friends whenever possible.

  C. Go easy on yourself and others.

  D. Have a good role model.

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