1.He was unable to ___the police that he had been elsewhere at the time of the crime.
A suggest B recommend C persuade D advise
2. After___from college, he finally got the chance to take a bike trip to Tibet.
A graduating B graduate C graduated D graduates
3. He said he would never forget the days __he had spent during the Beijing Olimpic Games..
A when B in which C that D those
4. It was yesterday___my father did the experiment in the lab.
A that B when C in which D which
5. She gave me a__look-----the kind that said she would not change her mind.
A determining B determined C determine D determination
6. Millions of people in the city ,___thought little of the earthquake ,were asleep as usual that night.
A that B who C which D where
7. You’ll __your chance of the job if you wear that shirt to the interview!
A ruin B injure C damage D hurt
8. The police have __a detailed deXXption of the missing man on walls everywhere.
A taken out B handed out C put up D kept out
9. She may forget to come---she is not very ____.
A reliable B honest C clever D hardworking.
10. They broke their __-to Beijing and stayed the night at a hotel.
A trip B voyage C tour D journey
11 What is the ___for different kinds of transport in your city?
A fee B pay C value D fare
12. What have you been doing ___I last saw you ?
A from B ever since C when D until
13 He is stubborn. I cannot __him into accepting my way of thinking.
A propose B persuade C suggest D advise
14. His future has not____yet,but he may study medicine.
A been determined B determined C been determining D determining
15. It was several months before our trip ___Jack and I went to the library for the information about the destination.
A where B when C that D which
16. My brother doesn't really ___tea,,;he like coffee better.
A . care for B care about C look for D. look after
17. The boy insisted that he ___the glass. He said that he was not there then.
A hadn’t broken B didn't break C haven’t broken D not break
18. Having argued for about an hour ,he ___to my view at last.
A gave off B gave out C gave in D gave up
19 . He opened his lips____to say something, but he said nothing.
A as if B even if C as long as D as soon as
20. I’m not easily ___,but that look is really ____.
A shocked shocked B shocked shocking
C. shocking shocked D shocking shocking
21. Most of the students of our school ,___had visited the science museum,were astonished by the inventions at home and abroad.
A which B where C who D that
22. Her face ___ great joy when Mrs White knew that her son had been admitted to Harvad.
Aexplained B caused C stated D expressed
23 His speech was heard by a group of judges,___agreed that it was the best one in this year.
A whose B which C all of whom D all of which
24 ___you know , Stephen Hawking is famous for his theory of black holes.
A When B If C As D Which
25 Rather than ___by himself,I prefer to talk about it with my classmates first.
A write B writing C to write D wrote
26 Two years ago she bought an expensive mountain bike and then she ___me to buy one.
A suggested B hoped C persuaded D insisted
27 ___she has made up her mind, nothing can change it .
A Unless B Once C Until D Before
28____Joe saw the film “ET”____by Steven Spielberg, he made up his mind to become a director t
A The very first time that ;directed B. The very first time when ; directing
C For the first time; to direct D At first ; being directed
29. When we rode like snowmen along the way, children __long wool coats stopped to look at us.
A dressing up B dressed in C dressed up as D dressing down
30.The river makes wide bends or meanders through low valleys to the plains__rice grows.
A which B that C when D where
31. The people of the city , who___these events ,were asleep as usual that night.
A fitted in with B thought little of C lived up to D looked up to
32 A big earthquake__Tanshan.And in few seconds the city lay___.
A shook ,in ruins B shakes , In ruins C shook, in ruin D shakes ,in ruin
33 The party last night was __success.We sang and danced until it came to __end.
A a, an B a , the C the ,a D / , an
34 The boss has always thought very __of him.
A highly B better C good D excellent
35Today we have chat rooms, text messaging ,emailing…but we seem __the art of communicating face-to-face.
A losing B to be losing C to be lost D having lost
36 After getting lost in a storm, a member of the navy team_four days later.
A rescued B was rescued C has rescued D had been rescued
37 ___He is eager to try something he has never tried before.
____Oh,I see. That ‘s_______he’s different from others.
A when B where C how D what
38. She fought bravely and her enemy had to __her at last.
A give up B give up to C give in D give in to
1.________ time I have been changed quite a lot.
2.I began ________ a calculating machine ________ France ________ 1642.
3.After I was programmed ________ an operator who used cards ________ holes，I could “think” logically and produce an answer quicker than any person.
4.From then ________，I grew rapidly both ________ size and ________ brainpower.
5.As time went ________，I was made smaller.
6.First it was stored ________ tubes，then ________ transistors and later ________ very small chips.
7.But I was always so lonely standing there ________ myself，until ________ the early 1960s they gave me a family connected by a network.
8.I was able to share my knowledge ________ others ________ the World Wide Web.
9.________ the 1970s many new applications have been found ________ me.
10.Anyhow，my goal is to provide humans ________ a life ________ high quality.
1.Although I was young I could simplify difficult sums.
________________________________，we went there.
2.I developed very slowly and it took nearly two hundred years before I was built as an analytical machine by Charles Babbage.
________________________________ we get used to the new school life.
3.As time went by，I was made smaller.
________________________________，he seems to become more and more confused.
________________________________________ since we came to this university.
4.And my memory became so large that even I couldn’t believe it!
5.Anyhow，my goal is to provide humans with a life of high quality.
This dictionary ____________________________ to students.
1.In 1936 my real father，Alan Turing，wrote a book about how I could be made to work as a “universal machine” to ________ any difficult mathematical problem.
A.imagine B.ignore C.solve D.think
2.By the 1940s I ________ as large as a room，and I wondered if I would grow any larger.
A.have grown B.am growing C.had grown D.grew
3.________，I was made smaller.
A.As time going by B.As time went by
C.With time passed by D.With time went by
4.First as a PC personal computer and then as a laptop，I ________ in offices and homes since the 1970s.
A.had used B.have used C.had been used D.have been used
5.Over time my memory has developed so much ________，like an elephant，I never forget anything I have been told!
A.so B.as C.and D.that
6.But I was always so lonely ________ there by myself，until in the early 1960s they gave me a family ________ by a network.
7.I have even been put into space rockets and sent to ________ the Moon and Mars.
A.challenge B.conduct C.search D.explore
8.Anyhow，my goal is to ________ humans ________ a life of high quality.
A.offer;with B.provide;with C.supply;for D.supply;to
Personal computers and Internet give people new choices about how to spend their time.
Some may use this freedom to share less time with certain friends or family members，but the new technology will also let them stay in closer touch with those they care most about.I know this from personal experience.
E-mail makes it easy to work at home，which is where I now spend most weekends and evenings.My working hours aren’t necessarily much shorter than they once were but I spend fewer of them at the office.This lets me share more time with my young daughter than I might have if she’d been born before electronic mail became such a practical tool.
The Internet also makes it easy to share thoughts with a group of friends.Say you do something fun—see a great movie perhaps and there are four or five friends who might want to hear about it.If you call each one，you may tire of telling the story.
With e-mail，you just write one note about your experience，at your convenience，and address it to all the friends you think might be interested.They can read your message when they have time，and read only as they want to.They can reply at their convenience，and you can read what they have to say at your convenience.
E-mail is also an inexpensive way to stay in close touch with people who live far away.More than a few parents use e-mail to keep in touch，even daily touch，with their children at college.
We just have to keep in mind that computers and the Internet offer another way of staying in touch.They don’t take the place of any of the ways.
1.The purpose of this passage is to ________.
A.explain how to use the Internet
B.describe the writer’s joy of keeping up with the latest technology
C.tell the value and usefulness of the Internet
D.introduce the reader to basic knowledge about personal computers and the Internet
2.The use of e-mail has made it possible for the writer to ________.
A.spend less time working
B.have more free time with his child
C.work at home on weekends
D.spend more time at the office
3.According to the writer，e-mail has an obvious advantage over the telephone because the former helps one ________.
A.reach a group of people at one time conveniently
B.keep one’s communication as personal as possible
C.pass on much more information than the latter
D.get in touch with one’s friends faster than the latter
4.The best title for this passage is ________.
A.Computer：new technological advances
B.Internet：new tool to maintain good friendship
C.Computers have made life easier
D.Internet：a convenient tool for communication
5.According to the passage，which of the following is WRONG?
A.Now the writer spends less time at the office.
B.You should read or reply your messages at regular time.
C.E-mail helps people far away from each other keep in close touch.
D.Some people spend less time with their family because of the Internet.
1He left by coach for Edinburgh.
2I joined a private team coached by my school coach.
3He coached her for English examinations.