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1.The light is still on.Why not ?
A.turn it on B.turn it off
C.turn on it D.turn off it
2.When you begin to learn a foreign language， you
must practise it more.
A.at first B.first of all
C.at all D.of all
3. your head and look at the picture on the blackˉ
A.Look up B.Raise up
C.Hold up D.Put up
4.He didn t begin to work I asked him to.
A.unless B.as C.when D.until
5. of his parents likes pop music.
A.None B.Both C.All D.Neither
6.I preferred of the drinks.
A.all B.nothing C.no one D.none
7. you make a plan for study，you must follow it.
A.Even B.Once C.Until D.Unless
8.Smoking in the library.
A.hasn t allowed B.haven t been allowed
C.won t be allowed D.isn t allowed
9.What about at once?
A.to go home B.going home
C.going to home D.we go home
10.Would you please tell me a way animals?
A.to drawing B.from drawing
C.of drawing D.like drawing
11.Mr Clarke looked rather .There must be some
A.pleased B. pleasant
12.He stopped around when he heard someone call
his name from behind.
A.to look B.looking C.look D.looked
13.They stayed in the readingˉroom reading going
to the playground.
A.instead B.in stead of
C.instead of D.in the place of
14.I ll be back on time there s bad weather.
A.until B.if not C.unless D.if
15.He tasted castor oil and made a face.
A.a little B.little C.a few D.few
Standley is one of the oldest villages in Hong Kong. Even a
hundred and fifty years ago it was a large fishingˉvillage.
People called it Chik Chu. The village has changed a lot
since the arrival of the British in 1841. When the British sailˉ
ors came in that year， they began to call the village Standley.
Lord Standley was a famous Englishman at that time. Engˉ
lish people have called it Standley since then.Chik Chu was a
good place for fishing boats. Many fishermen kept their junks
(大帆船)at Chik Chu and others made homes there. Because
there were many caves near Chik Chu， pirates(海盗)lived
The name of the most famous of all the pirates was
Cheung Pao Tsai. He lived in Chik Chu nearly two hundred
years ago and he had over six hundred ships and eighty thouˉ
Cheung Pao Tsai was brave， but he was also very cruel.
He captured many rich people. He wanted their friends to
pay him a lot of money. If they did not do so， he took his
prisoners to a high rock in Standley Bay. He made them jump
into the sea from this rock. Today you can see the Hwai Jen
Shih rock at Standley.
16.British sailors first came to Standley over .
A. 40 years ago B. 1841 years ago
C. 163 years ago D. 200 years ago
17.Standley was named after .
A. a great fisherman
B. a brave Chinese pirate
C. a famous Englishman
D. a high rock
18.Pirates lived in Standley because there were .
A. lots of caves B. many junks
C. British sailors D. high rocks
19.Cheung Pao Tsai was .
A. a brave and cruel chief pirate
B. cruel but not a very brave chief pirate
C. the old name of the Hwai Jen Shih rock
D. a rich man
Perhaps Professor Ray Birdwhistell suggested the most
famous theory， the study of body movement. He believes
that physical appearance is often culturally programmed. In
other words， we learn our looks———we are not born with
them. A baby has generally informed face features. A baby
according to Birdwhistell， learns where to set the eyebrows
by looking at those around ——— family and friends. This
helps explain why people of some areas of the United States
look so much alike. New Englanders or Southerners have cerˉ
tain common face features that cannot be explained by genetˉ
ics (遗传学). The exact shape of the mouth is not set at
birth， it is learned after. In fact， the final mouth shape is n
formed until well after new teeth are set. For many， this can
be well into grownˉups. A husband and wife together for a
long time often come to look somewhat alike. We learn our
looks from those around us. This is perhaps why in a single
country there are areas where people smile more than those in
other areas. In the United States， for example， the South is
the part of the country where the people smile most frequentˉ
ly. In New England they smile less， and in the western part
of New York States still less. Many Southerners find cities
such as New York cold and unfriendly， partly because people
on Madison Avenue smile less than people on Peachtree
Street in Atlanta， Georgia. People in largely populated areas
also smile and greet each other in public less than people in
small towns do.
20.Ray Birdwhistell believes that physical appearance .
A has little to do with culture
B has much to do with culture
C is ever changing
D is different from place to place
21.According to the passage， the final mouth shape is formed
A. before birth
B. as soon as one s teeth are newly set
C. sometime after new teeth are set
D. around 15 years old
22.Ray Birdwhistell can tell what area of the United States a
person is from by .
A. how much he or she laughs
B. how he or she raises his or her eyebrows.
C. what he or she likes best
D. the way he or she talks
23.People who live are more friendly.
A. in largely populated areas B. in New York City
C. in the country D. in the North
24.This passage might have been taken out of a book dealing
A. physics B. chemistry
C. biology D. none of the above
Ⅰ.1～5 BBCDD 6～10 DBDBC 11～15 AACCA
Ⅲ.16.C 由“since the arrival of the British in 1841”可知(注:
17.C 由“…they began to call the village Standley.Lord
Standley was a famous Englishman at that time.English
people have called it Standley since then.”可知
18.A 由“Because there were many cavesnear ChikChu，
prates(海盗) lived there. too.”可知
19.A 由“Cheung Pao Tsai was brave，but he was also very
20.B 21.C 22.A 23.C 24.D