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1.---Wow,isn’t this handsome device the most popular iPad 2?Can I have a look at it?
A.No.you can’t B. Yes,go ahead.
C. Sorry,it is expensive. D. Of course,it looks good
2.---My friend Eric has successfully swum across the English Channel!
-----Unbelievable!Can you tell me when he______________________it?
A.made B. has made C. had made D. is making
3.After the biggest earthquake took place in Japan,the international rescuers devoted all their energies to searching for survivors but ___________________________they found only several bodies.
A. Immediately B. especially C. curiously D. unfortunately
4.It is always __________________________ when you misunderstand the customs of other countries.
A.embarrassing B. specific C. typical D. unique
5.What the little boy got from his father was _________________________magazine.
A.a large interesting French B. an interesting French large
C. a French large interesting D. an interesting large French
6._____________________about his financial situation, I would have helped him out.
A.Did I know B. Had i been knowing C. Had I known D. Have I known
7._____________________personal experience,you may have to put in extra hours if you want to do well in the coming test.
A.Of B. At C. From D. In
8.Celia,who is on_____________________holiday with her husband, wants to stay in a quiet place, taste delicious food and play_____________________tennis.
A.a,a B. /,/ C. the,the D. /,the
9.Mary_____________________gardening as a regular form of relaxation after she got married.
A.took up B. caught on C. brought about D. made for
10.The professor recommended the young couple_____________________their emotions.
A.do not hide B. note hide C. mustn’hide D. couldn’t hide
11._____________________program has been developed up to this date, but none of them are economical enough to be carried out now.
A.All B,Several C. Either D. Many a
12._____________________the fact that the old cars could not go as fast as modern ones, people still watched the race with a great deal of pleasure and excitement.
A.Thanks to B. Despite C. As far as D. Although
13.The engineer has spent one year working in the United States and discovered how things_____________________overseas.
A.manage B. promote C. operate D. transform
14.This old dictionary has been of great _____________________in helping me to learn the English language.
A.usefulness B. value C. price D. cost
15.Much to her delight, three_____________________neighbors showed up and several of them even brought with them some candies and cookies.
A.dozen B. dozen of C. dozens D. dozens of
For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A,B,Cand D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.
Due to rising pollution and a strengthening yuan,Beijing saw its tourist numbers drop to 4.20 million visits from January to November in 2013 from 5.01 million visits in 2012.
The number of overseas travelers to Beijing grew after the city hosted the 2008 Olympics until 2012, when it saw a 3.8% 16 ,followed by the further drop last year.The unexpected drop in 2013 came 17 new policies introduced in a (n) 18 to support China’s tourism industry. But only 14,000 tourists 19 the visa-free stopover, according to the Beijing General Station of Exit and Entry Frontier Inspection,well short of the 20,000 target officials had 20 predicteD.
Jiang Yiyi,deputy director of the Institute of International Tourism at the China Tourism Academy, 21 part of the drop-off in foreign tourists to the strengthening yuan.
In 2013, the yuan increased almost 3% against the U,S, dollar, Making “Beijing a more expensive 22 than in the past”,Jiang Yiyi noteD. “Jiang Yiyi noteD. “At the same time,” she said, “other countries have seen their tourist numbers grow as the currencies 23 .While RMB is on the rise, currencies from some of China’s 24 for tourism, such as Japan, are depreciating, meaning travel to some other Asian countries has been getting cheaper while travel to China is becoming more expensive,”Jiang Yiyi saiD.
In 2013, the Japanese yen fell 21% against the U.S dollar, 25 10 million overseas tourists.
The Beijing Tourism Development Commission noted that the country’s battle with pollution is another 26 cities face in attracting overseas tourists.
Heavy air pollution from Beijing to Shanghai,where pollution levels went off the chars in December, 27 don’t do much to help attract tourists. China’s tourism officials are expetiong to 28 the trend of declining overseas visitors in 2014--possible,experts say, if it 29 its outdated tour packages and lowets ticket prices.
Jiang Yiyi at the China Tourism Academy suggests China adopt a long-term national plan to 30 the country’s image and investment in overseas tourism to attract more visitors.
16. A. growth B. decline C. change D. influence
17. A. in addition to B. by means of C. as a result of D. in spite of
18. A. Attempt B. agreement C. hurry D. mood
19. A. got familiar with B. came up with C. took advantage of D. put emphasis on
20. A. Fortunately B. frequently C. previously D. occasionally
21. A. devoted B. owed C. attached D. exposed
22. A. destination B. tourism C. authority D. association
23. A. reform B. collapse C. stabilize D. weaken
24. A. competitors B. supporters C. investors D. reminders
25. A. inspiring B. attracting C. disappointing D. embarrassing
26. A. opportunity B. situation C. obstacle D. alternative
27. A. relevantly B. approximately C. dramatically D. certainly
28. A. set B. reverse C. confirm D. follow
29. A. revises B. sells C. excludes D. demonstrates
30. A. create B. keep C. damage D. improve
第三部分：阅读理解 （共15题，每小题2分， 满分30分）
It’s a rough world out there. Step outside and you could break a leg slipping on your doormat. Light up the stove and you could burn down the house. Luckily, if the doormat or stove failed to warn of coming disaster, a successful lawsuit might compensate you for your troubles. Or so the thinking has gone since the early 1980s,when juries began holding more companies liable for their customers’ misfortunes.
Feeling threatened,companies responded by writing ever-longer warning labels, trying to anticipate every possible accident. Today, stepladders carry labels several inches long that warn, among other things, that you might---surprise!---fall off. The label on a child’s Batman cape cautions that the toy“does not enable user to fly.”
While warnings are often appropriate and necessary--the dangers of drug interactions, for example --and many are required by state or federal regulations, it isn’t clear that they actually protect the manufactures and sellers from liability if a customer is injured, About 50 percent of the companies lose when injured customers take them to court.
Now the tide appears to be turning. As personal injury claims continue as before, some courts are beginning to side with defendants, especially in cases where a warning label probably wouldn’t have changed anything. In May, Julie Nimmons, president of Schutt Sports in Illinois, successfully fought a lawsuit involving a football player who was paralyzed in a game while wearing a Schutt helmet. “We’re really sorry he has become paralyzed, but helmets aren’t designed to prevent those kinds of injures,” says Nimmons. The jury agreed that the nature of the game, not the helmet, was the reason for the athlete’s injury.At the same time, the American Law Institute--a group of judges, lawyers, and academics whose recommendations carry substantial weight -- issued new guidelines for tort law stating that companies need not warn customers of obvious dangers or bombard them with a lengthy list of possible ones,“Important information can get buried in a sea of trivialities,”says a law professor at Cornell Law School who helped draft the new guidelines, If the moderate end of the legal community has its way, the information on products might actually be provided for the benefit of customers and not as protection against legal liability.