1. When I saw Jane, I sTOPped and smiled, but she ____ me and walked on.
A. refused B. ignored C. missed D. dropped
2. ---Are you going to attend the meeting _____ next Saturday?
---I won’t unless invited.
A. being held B. held C. will be held D. to be held
3. _____ he will visit our school or not tomorrow is still not decided yet. If he ______, David will show him around the school.
A. If; will come B. Whether; will come
C. If; comes D. Whether; comes
4. _____ breaks the law will be punished.
A. who B. Whoever C. Anyone D. no matter who
5. It is common sense ______ Taiwan is part of China and there is no doubt about it.
A. which B. what C. who D. that
6. There is no doubt _____ the professor of physics will come to give us a lecture this Friday afternoon.
A. if B. whether C. that D. of which
7. George is _____ to pass all the final examinations because he is working very hard now.
A. possible B. maybe C. probable D. likely
8. Do you still remember the museum _____ we visited three months ago?
A. where B. when C. which D. what
9. _____ forever are the days when the Chinese used foreign oil.
A. Missed B. Gone C. Losing D. Disappeared
10. Frank: Where shall we meet, Mark?
Mark: At the ______ place where we play football, OK?
A. ordinary B. strange C. usual D. normal
11. Bill: Whenever I come home, my pet dog is always waiting at the door.
Sam: You mean he can _______ your footsteps?
A. recognize B. realize C. know D. see
12. I think the difficulties I had when traveling to the Arctic are nothing, _______ the difficulties other people had, said the explorer at the awards ceremony.
A. compared with B. related to
C. linked to D. added to
13. As soon as you ______ this drink, you will never forget it. You may find it completely different from any other drinks you have ever tried.
A. see B. taste C. smell D. feel
14. We are taught that business letters should be written in pen ______ in pencil.
A. rather than B. more than
C. better than D. less than
15. I ______ my watch and was surprised to see it was nearly midnight.
A. saw B. glanced at C. noticed D. stared at
You either have it, or you don’t ----a sense of 16 , that is. But 17 is it that some people could find their way across the Sahara without a map, while others can 18 themselves in the next street?
Scientists say we’re all 19 with a sense of direction, 20
it is not properly understood how it works. One theory is that people with a good sense of direction have worked hard at 21 it. Research being 22 out at Liverpool University 23 this idea and suggests that if we don’t use it, we lose if.
“Children as young as seven have the ability to find their way 24 ,” says Jim Martland, Research Director of the project. “However, 25 they are not allowed out alone or are taken everywhere by car, they will 26 develop the skills.”
Jim Martland also emphasizes that young people should be taught certain 27 to improve their sense of direction. He makes the following suggestions:
* If you are using a 28 , turn it so it 29 to the way you are facing.
* If you leave your bike in a strange place, put it near 30 like a big stone or a tree. Note landmarks on the route as you go away from your bike. When you return, go back along 31 route.
* Simplify the way of finding your direction by using lines such as streets in a town, streams, or walls in the countryside to 32 you. 33 your steps 34 you know how far you have gone and note any landmarks such as tower blocks or hills which can help to find out where you are.
Now you will never get lost 35 !
16. A. smell B. touch C. direction D. sight
17. A. what B. why C. when D. where
18. A. lose B. desert C. find D. miss
19. A. popular B. familiar C. born D. please
20. A. however B. as C. but D. so
21. A. discussing B. developing C. discovering D. displaying
22. A. carried B. checked C. worked D. ruled
23. A. agrees B. supports C. ignores D. celebrates
24. A. away B. across C. nearby D. around
25. A. because B. since C. if D. unless
26. A. almost B. always C. possibly D. never
27. A. programs B. skills C. reasons D. advices
28. A. book B. torch C. map D. radio
29. A. relates B. comes C. gets D. leads
30. A. anything B. everything C. nothing D. something
31. A. the difficult B. the same C. the other D. the extra
32. A. guide B. please C. test D. inform
33. A. Count B. Watch C. Mind D. Find
34. A. though B. once C. so that D. whether
35. A. again B. much C. too D. foreverIII. 阅读理解
I was walking along Orchard Road when I realized a tall young man wearing a jacket and tie was following me. I noticed him because not many people wear a jacket and tie in the middle of a hot summer day, and I had already seen this man four times that afternoon.
To make sure he was following me, I walked on quickly, turned right into a shopping center and then sTOPped to look in a shop window. Soon the man appeared and sTOPped at another shop window. I walked on and sTOPped several times. When I sTOPped , he sTOPped too.
I began to be rather worried and decided to try to lose this strange man. When I saw a taxi coming, I jumped into it. As I was telling the taxi driver where to go, I found the man get into another taxi, which then followed mine. As the two taxies slowly made their way along Orchard Road, I looked back at the taxi behind, and saw that the stranger was looking out at me. At MRT station, I told the taxi driver to sTOP and I got out. As I was paying my fare, I saw the man was getting out of his taxi.
By now I got angry, so I turned and walked straight to him. I asked him why he was following me. At first he said he was not following me at all, but when I threatened to call the police, he admitted he was. He then told me that he was a journalist and that he was writing an article on how elderly people in Singapore spend their time. He said he was observing me to gather materials for his article.
36. What is strange about the man who followed the writer?
A. He seemed to be wearing too much.
B. He was out on such a hot day.
C. He walked quickly behind.
D. He was a tall young man.
37. Why did the writer get into a taxi?
A. To test the young man. B. To lose the young man.
C. To call the police. D. To get home earlier.
38. What did the stranger do when the writer jumped into a taxi?
A. He got into another taxi.
B. He tried to sTOP the taxi.
C. He almost gave up following him.
D. He made his way along Orchard Road.
39. How did the writer have the stranger admit he was following him?
A. He threatened to take him to the police.
B. He called the police.
C. He said he would call the police.
D. He talked to the police.
40. Why did the stranger follow the writer?
A. He was interested in elderly people.
B. He often does such things.
C. He was writing a book about old people.
D. He needed materials for his article.
1. They came to a d_____________ village, where they found some empty houses with broken doors and windows.
2. John and James are brothers. The former is a teacher; the l_____________ is an engineer.
3. Regular exercise will help to strengthen your m_____________.
4. Now w_______________ your answer to your partner so that on one else will hear you.
5. She got into a real p_____________ when she heard the terrible noise.
6. You should learn to refuse. You don’t have to a______________ whatever is offered to you.
7. Mr Li is an experienced teacher. He has a lot of good teaching m________________.
8. It is reported that the 2008 Olympic Games needs a lot of v_________________ to work for it without any pay.
9. ---Will you work in that company for a long time?
---No, I will work there t_____________________.
10. Children are taught several rules to avoid _________________ in the river.
11. Don’t forget to _________________ your teeth before you go to bed.
12. Peter was well prepared for the examination, so he entered the exam room _____________________.
13. This medicine can’t be __________________, otherwise it will do great harm to you.
14. Many people know that the most __________________ shark is the great white shark.
15. We will arrive at our ____________________ by the evening.
5. 当他醒过来的时候，他发现自己躺在医院里。Keys to the Test of M3U1
1—5 BDDBD 6—10 CDCBC
16—20 CBACC 21—25 BABDC
26—30 DBCAD 31—35 BAACA
1. deserted 2. latter 3. muscle
4. whisper 5. panic 6. accept
7. methods 8. volunteers 9. temporarily
10. drowning 11. brush 12. confidently
13. misused 14. fierce 15. destination
1. The child reached out for the apple, but it was too high.
2. I think he didn’t tell you the truth.
3. How can I pay you back?
4. After reading the sad story, she couldn’t help crying.
5. When he came to/ woke up, he found himself lying in hospital.