A Ray will have a class at 1:00.
B Ray will go to the library at 2:00.
C Ray will go home immediately after his class.
D Ray will go home around 3:00.
B Next week.
D The day after tomorrow.
A A drug store.
B A supermarket.
C A department store.
D A car repair shop.
A Because she had to fly out of town.
B Because she's sick.
C Because she said that she'd come later.
D Because she decided to stay home.
B Next Saturday.
C The eleventh.
D Next Friday.
A The zoo.
B The beach.
C The park.
D The street.
A Clerk and guest.
B Shop assistant and customer.
C Employer and employee.
D Store keeper and customer.
A Renting a house.
B Reserving a meeting room.
C Having a meeting.
D Arranging a party.
A 120 people.
B Up to 20 people.
C 90 people.
D About 10 people.
What did the professor want to know from his tests?
He wanted to know ______.
What was the result of the test?
The result is that the monkey ______.
What was inside one small box?
Inside one box was______.
What surprised the professor?
He was surprised to find himself ______ into the monkey's eye.
Why did the monkey do so?
The monkey wanted to know if the professor ______.
______ you are leaving tomorrow, we can eat dinner together tonight.
The girl said she ______ here once the week before.
A) has been
C). would be
D) had been
______ such a good chance, he planned to learn more.
A) To be given
B) Having given
C) Having been given
Could we do our work better with ______ money and ______ people?
A) less ... few
B) less ... fewer
C) fewer... less
D) little... fewer
All flights because of the terrible weather, they had to go there by train.
A) having being canceled
B) had been canceled
C) having canceled
D) were canceled
I don't mind ______ all that way in such bad weather.
B) to go
He was swimming in the river ______ it began to rain.
If the building project ______ by the end of this month is delayed, the construction company will be fined.
A) being completed
B) is completed
C) to be completed
______ is known to all, China is a developing country.
Little ______ how happy I had been.
A) she realized
B) had she realized
C) she had realized
D) did she realize
The policeman held up his hand to stop the traffic so that the children could cross the road in (safe) ______.
The first part of the 20th century (see)______ more great inventions.
She likes chocolate so much that she can not help (buy)______ some whenever she sees it.
The telephone had been ringing for several minutes before it was (answer) ______.
The teacher got so much (satisfy) ______with what he did. He was too careless to do anything well.
I had trouble with my car on my way home yesterday, but I finally managed to get it (start) ______.
The slightest (care) ______ in driving can result in a terrible accident.
The cost of meals in big cities varies greatly, (depend) ______ on choices.
Tom said he (not feel) ______ well, was he?
He was advised that he (take),______ some courses before he finds a job.
Your Public Affairs Studies Course requires that you understand a major investigation on any topic of interest and it also requires that you draw together all the areas of your study. However, you do not need to give equal emphasis to each area. With this in mind, you can now start planning your project for investigation. Your course of study will bring you in contact with many issues; some of these will be of more interest to you than others. Your teacher or classmates may be able to make suggestions. Newspapers and magazines that you read carry issues of relevance (关联) to your studies; look at these carefully. You are sure to find sources of ideas from them which you can adapt to form the basis of your report. Career interests are also a source for inspiration (灵感), as you may have in mind a career which you wish to enter. Whatever you choose, it must be something that you are interested in. It should have some meaning to you, either now or in the future. Interest is of great importance because it helps to keep motivation (动力) or concentration.
What is the course in this passage about?
B Career interests.
C Public Relations.
D Public Affairs.
The course can help you to ______.
A select your career interests
B make suggestions to your friends
C design your investigation
D find solutions to many issues
To get information related to your study, you'd better pay close attention to ______.
A newspapers and magazines
B the problems and solutions
C all the areas of your study
D the suggestions of the teachers
The topic of your investigation must be done ______.
A from which you can form your report
B that you are interested in
C that your teacher approves
D that you already have in your mind
Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A If you like your career, you will be motivated to do it well.
B If you have chosen a good career, you will be interested in it.
C If you like your career, you must do it well.
D If you find it difficult to enter a good career, you must wait.
In the United States, teaching is very important. If teachers do not teach well, students complain. If many students do not understand, people think that the teacher does not do a good job. The teacher has big responsibilities to make sure students understand. In a sense, students are consumers and the teacher is offering services.
Students have the right to evaluate their teachers, and they usually do so at the end of each course. That evaluation includes lots of aspects of teaching, such as explanation, preparation, using good examples, answering questions, and organization of classes.
Students are supposed to read required textbooks and recommended books before class. Without reading them, they will find it very difficult to understand the class. Basic courses on doing research and writing papers are taught at the beginning of the program. They teach things very concretely (具体的) and clearly. Students are expected to apply what they have learned to their studies.
Classes are usually divided into lectures and seminars (研究讨论会). There are some lecture classes, where the teacher just gives a lecture, and students ask questions at the end. Most graduate level classes are lectures and discussions. Participating in discussions is very important. Higher level classes involve very little lecturing. They emphasize discussion and presentation by the students.
According to the passage, good teachers should ______.
A try to please their studies
B treat their students ,as consumers
C understand their students well
D make sure their students understand
Teachers are evaluated by students mainly on ______.
A how well they perform in class
B how carefully they prepare their lessons
C how fluently they express themselves in class
D how hard they work in and after class
What are students expected to do before attending a class?
A Go over the lessons thoroughly.
B Understand the textbooks well.
C Do the reading assignments.
D Prepare an outline for discussion.
When a program starts, students should first ______.
A learn how to do research and write papers
B have some learning experience
C learn about the course concretely and clearly
D know how to participate in discussion
Higher level classes are taught mainly through ______.
A giving a lot of lectures to students
B involving students in discussions
C asking students questions in class
D answering students' questions in class
6 - 9 bananas 450 ml water
350 g sugar 125 ml coconut cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
Peel the bananas. If they are large, cut them in half. If you are using small bananas, leave them whole. You can also make decorative cuts in them.
Mix the water with sugar, and bring to the boil. Stirring.
Simmer for 5 minutes.
Add the bananas and cook for 5 minutes. Drain.
Bring the coconut cream to the boil with the salt.
Reduce the heat and stir until the liquid thickens into a sauce.
Serve the bananas in, or with the warm coconut sauce.
Serves 3 people.
Five kinds of (1) are needed.
Large bananas have to be cut (2)
Cook the bananas in the sugar water for (3)
Heat the (4) to make the liquid thicken.
(5) bananas are needed to serve 4 people.
Directions:you are required to find the Chinese equivalents in the table below. Then you should put the corresponding letters on the Answer Sheet, numbered 1 through 5.
A——The World of English B——Time
C——Newsweek D——U.S. News and World Report
E——The Washington Post F——The Wall Street Journal
G——The New York Times H——The Los Angeles Times
I——The Guardian J——The Economist
K——Reader's Digest L——Beijing Review
M——The Financial Times N——China Daily
( )美国新闻与世界报道 ( )英语世界
( )时代周刊 ( )读者文摘
( )华盛顿邮报 ( )新闻周刊
( )洛杉矶时报 ( )中国日报
( )金融时报 ( )华尔街日报
July 26, 2003
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Jones,
Mr. Zhang Hua, leader of the Chinese Delegation, will leave for China shortly. We have the pleasure of inviting you to join us in a Farewell Cocktail party which is to take place at 5 : 30 - 7 : 30 p. m. on Monday, 3Oth July, 2003 at our office.
We are looking forward to the pleasure of seeing you.
July 28, 2003
Dear Mr. Yang,
We thank you very much for your kind invitation to attend the Farewell Cocktail Party for the Chinese Delegation headed by Mr. Zhang Hua, at your office on Monday, 30th July at 5:30-7:30 p.m. We shall be delighted to attend in order to bid Mr. Zhang and the other members of the Delegation farewell and to wish them a safe and pleasant journey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones
What are the two letters about?
They are an ______ to a Farewell Cocktail Party.
Who wrote the invitation?
Yang Ming, Secretary of the ______ wrote the invitation.
What's the date of the Farewell Cocktail Party?
It's on ______, 2003.
Where is the Party going to be held?
It's going to be held at the ______.
Why will the Jones attend the party?
Because they want to ______ farewell.
I greatly regret that I'm unable to attend the important sales meeting next Monday.
He has in mind not a particular group of readers but men and women in general.
This book is divided into sixteen units that deal with topics of everyday conversation.
You needn't dwell on those which are already over. What really counts is to try your best to avoid repeating them.
Many man-made substances are replacing certain natural materials because either the quantity of the natural product can not meet our ever-increasing requirement, or, more often, because the physical properties of the synthetic substance, which is the common name for man-made materials, have been chosen, and even emphasized, so that it would be of the greatest use in the field in which it is to be applied.
Directions. This part is a job vacancy advertisement of Wisdom Chemical Company and brief introduction to the company. You are required to write an advertisement according to the following information given in Chinese. Remember to write it in the corresponding space of the Answer Sheet.