C) seldom made decisions by himself when he was in middle school D) never decided on anything by himself
What did the author think was the nicest thing in the world ? （您未选择此题答案）
A) Being independent. B) Being responsible. C) Being creative. D) Being more decisive.
The passage mainly tells us that __________. （您未选择此题答案）
A) one can be more carefree by living on one's own. B) one can enjoy more freedom by living on one's own.
C) one can get along better with one's parents by living on one's own.
D) one can become more responsible, decisive and creative while living on one's own.
Answer: 1.B, 2.A, 3.C, 4.C, 5.D
12 1 .The first time the author （ ） home was when he was a （ ） in high
2 .First of all, he learned that （ ） required that he became （ ） .
3 .Another （ ） while living on his own was that he become （ ） .
4. He could also become （ ） by living on his own as he had to make （ ） .
5 .The author holds that it was （ ） for everyone in this world （ ） and themselves before they love anyone else.
Answer: 1. decided to leave; sophomore 2. living on his own; more responsible 3. different experience;
more decisive 4. more creative ; his own future plan 5. appropriate; to love their parents
13 After they had arrived at the campus, a girl was to guide them on a tour of the halls.
In ,we all hoped that more activities like this could be organized.
He was a well-known author who had many unforgettable characters in his novels. The injury of their key player could be a(n) factor in the game. Don's you think that the Oxford English Dictionaryis an on English words? To be a top student, you need diligence and persistence in to intelligence. As he has been in America for 3 years now, he is for China. Don's be too dressy. Plain, simple clothes are for school wear.
There were not many people who dared predict the the next World Cup. You are not supposed to your name on the tree in the park.
Answer: 1.assigned, 2.conclusion, 3.created, 4.decisive, 5.authority,
6.addition, 7.homesick, 8.appropriate, 9.outcome, 10.carve
Unit 5> Passage A 3 The author tells us his 1) （ ） experience with a telephone 2) （ ） to show us that you can
never 3) （ ） the impressions you may make on others. When he was young, he 4) （ ） his finger with a 5) （ ） while staying alone at home. It was at this time he received some good advice on the phone from the “Information, please” operator. When his pet bird died, the operator 6) （ ） him. For this act of kindness the boy 7) （ ） her （ ） being so patient, understanding, and kind but also for spending so much of her time on him. Over the years he called her many more times and developed a friendship with her. He later moved away from his hometown but 8) （ ） her whenever he returned to visit. Eventually she died, but before dying she left a 9) （ ） or him with
the new “Information, Please” operator so that he would not be so sad and able to remember her with 10) （ ）of how she had influenced his life. Like the bird, she said she’d too have “other worlds to sing in”.
Answer: 1.personal, 2.operator, 3.underestimate, 4.hurt, 5.hammer,
6.soothed or comforted, 7.appreciated …for, 8.dialed, 9.message, 10.fond memories
4 When they arrived there, he lay on the floor, his nose .
I think she’s right but I’m not completely sure. I’d it if you would turn the radio down.
We were greatly to hear about his sitting on the wet paint.
Greece’s poor economic performance was a cause for the growing public . It us to hear that you were leaving. Why not tell us a bit earlier?
You needn’t worry about him. This kind of medicine will help to his wound soon. I’m afraid I’ve a piece out of this saucer.
She has got used to milk through a straw though she is only two months old.
The old woman had to support her family by washing a of dirty clothes every day though
she had suffered a deadly disease.
Answer: 1.bleeding, 2.somehow, 3.appreciate, 4.amused, 5.concern,
6.amazed, 7.heal, 8.chipped, 9.sucking, 10.heap
5 1 The engine failed and the pilot had to （ ）the plane （ ）in the sea.
2. Carol’s mother told her she had talked long enough on the phone and made her （ ）. 3. People who work too much and earn more money may less happier than those who earn less money but enjoy life.
4. nobody is against it, we will adopt (采用) the proposal. 5. This balloon remained in flight for 50 minutes .
Answer: 1.put ... down 2.hung up 3.end up 4.Now that 5.or so
6 I was very __________ to the librarian for helping me find the book I urgently needed.
A) grateful B) helpful C) skillful D) hopeful ?
This kind of cell phone is __________ available in any telecommunications shop.
A) costly B) likely C) readily D) effectively ? ?
This documentary aroused public __________ for the victims of the Terrorist Attack. A) symbol
B) sympathy C) suspect D) symphony ?
When she heard of her grandfather’s death, she couldn’t help __________. （您未选择此题答案）
A) to weep B) weep C) weeping D) wept ?
Never __________ the former manager’s influence on the final decision!（您未选择此题答案）
A) shift B) survive C) remind D) underestimate
Answer: 1.A, 2.C, 3.B, 4.C, 5.D
11 How good of a resource is the Web in the author’s opinion? （您未选择此题答案）
A) It’s quick, easy to access, and full of useful information. B) It’s only useful when it’s very easy to substantiate the data. C) It’s mainly useful for researching new or unfamiliar topics. D) It’s only useful if you can avoid all the distracting websites.
Which of the following does the author NOT say he does on the Web? （您未选择此题答案）
A) Looks up technical computer information. B) Frequently enjoys music and movies. C) Follows all aspects of the financial world. D) Uses email, and gather a lot of data.
What does the author do with the information he has found on the Web when he’s in a hurry to leave
the office? （您未选择此题答案） A) He emails it to his home computer. B) He stays in the office until he analyzes it.
C) He prints it out and reads it later or on the commuter train. D) He sends personal notes about it to his colleagues.
How has the Web changed the author’s access to information? （您未选择此题答案）