第一部分： 听力 (共两节，满分30分)
1．What are they talking about?
A．The radio. B．The weather. C．The weekend.
2．How does the man prefer to go to work?
A．Driving. B．Taking a bus. C．Walking.
3．Where did the conversation possibly take place?
A．In a bedroom. B．In a living room. C．In a bathroom.
4．To whom is the woman speaking?
A．Her boss. B．Her husband. C．A policeman.
5．What does the man mean?
A．Only one seat was empty.
B．One of the students was absent from the lecture.
C．The lecture was so interesting that the lecture-room was full of people.
6．What is the woman good at?
A．Law. B．Teaching. C．Officer.
7．How long will the girl work altogether?
A．3 months. B．3.5 months. C．Just 4 months.
8．What can we learn from the end of the interview?
A．The woman will lose the job.
B．The woman must take another interview.
C．The woman will work full-time.
9．What are they talking about?
A．Visiting the museum. B．Sightseeing. C．Collecting coins.
10．Why does not the man want to go to the museum?
A．Because he isn’t interested in the museum.
B．Because he isn’t interested in birds.
C．Because he isn’t interested in coins.
11．What does the man want to see most when going to the island?
A．Some plants. B．Some birds. C．Some flowers.
12．What’s the speaker’s purpose in this talk?
A．To introduce some political thinkers.
B．To tell how the course is organized.
C．To explain how to write the paper.
13．When will the speaker come to discuss papers?
A．Before class on Tuesday.
B．Over the weekend.
C．On Thursday and Friday afternoon.
14．What must the students do with the papers that are returned on Thursday?
A．Rewrite it. B．Present it to the class. C．Discuss the papers.
15．What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
A．Husband and wife. B．Father and daughter. C．Mother and son.
16．Which is true about today?
A．Neither of them prefer to stay at home.
B．It’s Children’s Day.
C．There will be a lot of celebrations in the evening.
17．What can we learn from the conversation?
A．The circus is leaving the town.
B．The man must enjoy ballet very much.
C．There’s always too much traffic in town.
18．Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A．In a kitchen. B．In a hotel. C．In a restaurant.
19．What’s the woman’s tone in the conversation?
A．Complaining. B．Worrying. C．Expressing.
20．What will the man do next?
A．Paying back the woman’s money.
B．Bringing the food back to the kitchen.
C．Informing someone in charge of the matter.
21．It suddenly occurred to Anne that money couldn’t ________ all that Bob had suffered in the past five years.
A．make up for
B．look up to
C．put up with
D．fit in with
22．We can live without clothes, but food and drink are _________.
23．He ________ his last chance of winning the election when he said the wrong thing on TV.
24．Franklin’s ability to learn from observations and experience ________ greatly to his success in public life.
25．The new machine, as is reported in the local newspaper, will work twice as fast, ______ greatly reducing costs.
26．It’s __________ me why Alice, aged 28, gave up her job and got married to a man of 82.
27．Last week he was caught robbing the bank opposite the station. ________ his youth, the police have decided not to charge him.
A．In spite of
B．In view of
C．In charge of
D．In case of
28．It eventually ________ that he had been stealing money from his employers, which astonished his parents.
29．He said that very clearly so that nobody was in any ________ about what was meant.
30．They kept trying ________ they knew it was hopeless.
31．Last Sunday, I went to a movie theatre by bus. ___________________________ (我在汽车上看见的) made me very uncomfortable. (what)
32．A lot of cars ________________ from passing through the crossroads because of that accident. (block)
33．If the government ____________________（没有实施）education compulsory, the economy wouldn’t have developed so rapidly. (not make)
34．_______________________________________________ (早睡早起) is a good habit. It makes a man healthy.
35．Beijing, ____________________________________________ (将主办2008年奥运会), is the capital of China. (host)
36．_______________________________________ (有这么多的人用英语交流) every day, it will become more and more important to have a good knowledge of English. (with)
37．The students are working very hard ________________________ (不辜负) their parents’ expectations. (live)
38．Jenny’s face turned red when she found her teacher’s eyes ___________________ (盯着她). (fix)
39．_______________________ (没必要) for you to come if you don’t want to. (need)
40．With a cellphone, we can always stay in touch with friends and family ______________
___________________ (无论我们在哪里) (where).
Since I have been in my new neighborhood, I have had the pleasure of meeting a few of my neighbors. My 41 idea was to make small fruit baskets and leave them on each of my neighbors’ front porches (门廊) the night of Christmas Eve for them to find. I 42 the cards: “Happy Holidays from 5104 Northumberland Road.”
I 43 the friendly lady for last, since I was still not exactly sure where she lived. I44 decided upon a house down about where I met her each morning and felt relatively 45 that it was hers.
This morning I noticed a small 46 inside the mailbox. It was addressed simply — Resident, 5104 Northumberland Road. I opened the 47 and took out a Thank You card. The 48 said, “Thank you for the lovely fruit basket you 49 on the porch of Richard Kelly. It was very 50 . Richard Kelly passed away half a month ago. He never stopped 51 about how nice it was that someone remembered him in his time of 52 . He really appreciated it.”
I was sincerely 53 . I had no idea who Richard Kelly was or that he had been gravely ill. I had left that 54 lady’s basket on Mr Kelly’s porch by 55 . I wanted to say by mistake, but that would be wrong. I believe that Richard Kelly was 56 to have that basket. I hate that the lady did not get to 57 a fruit basket from me, but I believe that 58 she knew what had happened, she would not have had the outcome any other way.
I feel blessed to have helped Richard Kelly’s last days be more 59 . This just further reinforces (加强) my belief that there are never any 60 in life.
Today’s dad spends more hours on childcare than a dad a generation ago. But he still lags behind (落后于) the modern-day mom, even when her wages are equal, a new study reports. Researchers found that the number of hours a mother spent at work had no effect on the amount of time a father devoted to childcare during the week. Similarly, a mother’s income had very little influence on fathers’ involvement in childcare. On weekends, however, fathers spent more time with their children. Despite women’s increasing role in the labor market, most mothers remain the primary caregivers of young children on weekdays.
Researchers found that fathers spent an average of 2.5 hours on a weekday and about 6 hours on a weekend day with their children. This included time spent playing together or doing schoolwork, personal care such as bathing and feeding. On weekdays, children spent one-third less time with their fathers than with their mothers, but on weekends the time gap closed and kids spent only 13% more time with their mothers than with their fathers. Children of women who made more money spent more time with their fathers on weekends, however. “The good news is that as women become equal contributing partners, the relative involvement of fathers does increase,” one researcher said. “The bad news is … that men still do less on traditional women’s jobs — (taking care of) babies, dishes, etc.”
In other findings, fathers with some college education spent 17 more minutes per weekday with their children than dads without any college education. Fathers who made more money spent less time with children on weekdays, but the amount of time was fairly small. “Our findings suggest that although mothers still shoulder most parenting, fathers’ involvement relative to that of mothers appears to be on the increase,” the researchers conclude. “A ‘new father’ role is emerging on weekends in families.”
61．The underlined word “This” in the second paragraph refers to _________.
A．the study reported in the text
B．the role a father plays in childcare
C．time a father spends with his children on weekends
D．time a father spends with his children during the whole week
62．Which of the following explains a fathers’ increasing involvement in childcare?
A．Women’s liberation movement. B．The kind of job women do.
C．The kind of job fathers do. D．A mother’s income.
63．Which of the following best summarizes the main idea of the text?
A．Fathers are more involved but mothers are still main caregivers.
B．Children need care from both parents in a family.
C．Education is the key to the improvement of women’s good health and happiness.
D．Women have become equal contributing partners of income in a family.
64．Which of the words below best describes the researchers’ attitude towards a “new father” role?
A．Surprised. B．Pleased. C．Disappointed. D．Dissatisfied.
As thousands of overseas students do battle with the English language in schools across the UK, many face a struggle with a culture for which they are totally unprepared. Misunderstandings can occur, which, if not sorted out, can ruin a student’s trip.
Much of this is a result of false thinking and expectations of British families and the way they live. Last summer in a college in Kent, Ali, a Middle East student in his forties wrote before his arrival to request a family willing to discuss the day’s news, no meat in his food and no alcohol. Then, after his second day in England, his host rang the college to say he wouldn’t eat the food she’d cooked for him. In fact, he had bought some food and asked her to cook it for him.
The college solved the problem by Ali taking lunch and evening meals at the college, where he could try out the food by eating a little at a time, and only take breakfast with his host. And it worked! “They later got on like a house on fire,” said Tony, one of his British classmates. “He had just not got on with the food.” EFL (English as a Foreign Language) communities can be tightly connected — when a Japanese student was shot dead in the United States some years ago after mistakenly entering the wrong house in fancy dress on the way to a Halloween party, and did not understand the word “freeze!”, the US became a no-go area. After the event the Japanese stopped all their courses and the US was declared “unsafe”.
So concerned has the UK EFL industry become to improve students’ understandings about the British culture that the British Council carried out research among foreign students to determine what they felt were the most important factors in their stay. They found that, although EFL courses were heavily praised, what concerned students was the quality of host families and welfare during their stay.
The result of their study helped to produce a Homestay Code of Practice. Since its launch (推出) earlier this year, some 20,000 certificates have been sent out to host families who have signed the Code. It has also been sent to 1,000 overseas travel agents. The aim is to make it serve as an international quality assurance scheme (质量保证体系).
65．We learn from the text that the problems foreign students have during their stay in England are mostly caused by ___________.
A．their poor English level
B．the British way of cooking
C．their unfamiliarity with the British culture
D．their misunderstanding of British families’ attitudes towards them
66．Ali didn’t eat the food in the host family because __________.
A．he didn’t get on well with his host
B．he couldn’t eat the meat served
C．he didn’t like the way it was cooked
D．he couldn’t come back from school on time
67．When Tony said that “they later got on like a house on fire”, most probably he meant __________.
A．Ali never touched the food his host cooked
B．Ali and his host later became close friends
C．Ali often quarreled with his host family
D．Ali left the host family and moved to live elsewhere
68．The example of a Japanese student is given in the text to show that __________.
A．America is a dangerous country
B．Americans are unfriendly to foreign students
C．Japanese students are inadequate in their English
D．misunderstandings can occur between foreign students and native speakers
How Much to Tip
You’re out to dinner. The food is delicious and the service is fine. You decide to leave a big fat tip: Why? The answer may not be as simple as you think.
Tipping, psychologists have found, is not just about service. Instead, studies have shown that tipping can be affected by psychological reactions to a series of different factors from the waiter’s choice of words, to how they carry themselves while taking orders, to the bill’s total. Even how much waiters remind customers of themselves can determine how much change they pocket by the end of the night.
“Studies before have shown that mimicry (模仿) brings into positive feelings for the mimicker,” wrote Rick van Baaren, a social psychology professor. “These studies show that people who are being mimicked become more generous toward the person who mimics them.”
So Rick van Baaren divided 59 waiters into two groups. He requested that half serve with a phrase such as, “Coming up!” Those in the other half were instructed to repeat the orders and preferences back to the customers. Rick van Baaren then compared their take-home. The results were clear — it pays to mimic your customer. The copycat waiters earned almost double the amount of tips to the other group.
Leonard Green and Joel Myerson, psychologists at Washington University in St. Louis, found the generosity of a tipper may be limited by his bill. After research on the 1,000 tips left for waiters, cab drivers, hair stylists, they found tip percentages in these three areas dropped as customers’ bills went up. In fact, tip percentages appear to plateau (达到稳定水平) when bills topped $100 and a bill for $200 made the worker gain no bigger percentage tip than a bill for $100.
“That’s also a point of tipping,” Green says. “You have to give a little extra to the cab driver for being there to pick you up and something to the waiter for being there to serve you. If they weren’t there, you’d never get any service. So part of the idea of a tip is for just being there.”
69．How many factors affecting the customers’ tipping are mentioned in the passage?
A．2. B．1. C．3. D．4.
70．These studies show that _________.
A．tipping can be affected by physical reactions to many different waiter’s factors
B．people who are being mimicked usually tip less to the person who mimics them
C．the mimic waiters can get almost twice as much money as the other group
D．mimicry makes the mimicker feel bad
71．According to the passage, which of the following will be likely to show the right change of the tip percentages?
72．We know from the passage that the writer seems to __________.
A．object to Mr Green’s idea about tipping
B．think part of Mr Green’s explanation is reasonable
C．give his generous tip to waiters very often
D．support the opinions of Mr Green and Rick van Baaren about tipping
There is a new type of small advertisement becoming increasingly common in newspaper classified columns. It is sometimes placed among “situations vacant”, although it does not offer anyone a job, and sometimes it appears among “situations wanted”, although it is not placed by someone looking for a job either. What it does is to offer help in applying for a job.
“Contact us before writing application”, or “Make use of our long experience in preparing your curriculum vitae (简历), or job history”, is how it is usually expressed. The growth and apparent success of such a specialized service is, of course, a reflection on the current high levels of unemployment. It is also an indication of growing importance of the curriculum vitae (or job history), with the suggestion that it may now qualify as an art form in its own right.
There was a game when job seekers simply wrote letters of application. “Just put down your name, address, age and whether you have passed any exams”, was about the average level of advice offered to young people applying for their first jobs when I left school. The letter was really just for openers, it was explained. Everything else could and should be saved for the interview. And in those days of full employment the technique worked. The letter proved that you could write and were available for work. Your eager face and intelligent replies did the rest.
Later, as you moved up the ladder, something slightly more sophisticated (精密的,高级的) was called for. The advice then was to put something in the letter which would distinguish you from the rest. It might be the aggressive approach. “Your search is over. I am the person you are looking for,” was a widely used trick that occasionally succeeded. Or it might be some special feature specially designed for the job in view.
There is no doubt, however, that it is the increasing number of applicants with university education at all points in the process of engaging staff that has led to the greater importance of the curriculum vitae.
73．The new type of advertisement which is appearing in newspaper columns ________.
A．informs job hunters of the opportunities available
B．promises useful advice to those looking for employment
C．divides available jobs into various types
D．informs employers that people are available for work
74．Nowadays a demand for this specialized type of service has been created because _____.
A．there is lack of jobs available for artistic people
B．there are so many top-level jobs available
C．there are so many people out of work
D．the job history is considered to be a work of art
75．In the past it was expected that first-job hunters would _________.
A．write an informal letter giving their life history
B．pass some exams before applying for a job
C．have no qualifications other than being able to read and write
D．keep any detailed information until they obtained an interview
76．Later, as one went on to apply more important jobs, one was advised to include in the letter _________.
A．something that would attract attention to one’s application
B．a personal opinion about the organization one was typing to join
C．something that would upset the person reading it
D．a lie that one could easily get with telling
Los Angeles cabinet-maker Edward Stewart may be a modern Dr Frankenstein. In 1959, he claims, he restored a dead friend to life with a simple technique. He opened the dead man’s chest,
rubbed his heart with a “secret, life-giving” plant juice, then stimulated the heartbeat with 110 volts (伏) of electricity. The friend, says Stewart, has been living in Hawaii ever since.
Stewart also claims his revivification (复活) technique works on the small animals he suffocates (窒息) in jars in his garage. It takes three hours to revive a dead mouse, he reports, and five hours for a small dog. “Sometimes,” he adds, “I buy those little chicken hearts in the supermarket, and I make them beat again using my plant juice before I cook them for dinner.”
According to Stewart, he discovered the plant juice one day while cutting hedges (树篱) around his former home in Hawaii. Juice from one of the plants splattered onto his wrist, he says, and he suddenly noticed the skin begin to twitch. Nevertheless, he adds, he can’t reveal the name of the plant. “When the juice is zapped with electricity,” he says, “it gives off a deadly gas.”
To promote his idea, Stewart has spent the past decade sending his papers to the University of California, the Army, and a number of government agencies. One scientist who evaluated the concept was Lynn Eldridge, of the Jerry Lewis Neuromuscular Research Center, in Los Angles. She says Stewart may not be joking. “The extracts (提炼物) from plants like belladonna are used to supply nutrients to human organs, which must be kept alive while traveling to a transplant (移植). So Stewart might cut the heart out of a mouse and keep it alive with plant juice. But this effect is short lived, and the organ must be placed into a healthy body or it dies. It is impossible to place a live organ in a dead body and expect it to revive every other organ in that body. I think Stewart has observed a basic scientific phenomenon, but his explanation is crazy.”
Stewart recently discovered he had a cancerous growth. Though he admits he could leave instructions for someone to revive him should he die, he still goes for radiation treatment.
“If something went wrong with the plant juice,” he says, “I wouldn’t be around to perfect it and give it mankind. Besides”, he claims, “government investigators are watching my garage. They’ve told me not to experiment on humans, which is a real shame.”
77．Stewart found certain plant juices were useful in his experiments when he _______.
A．noticed their effect on his skin
B．saw they contained electricity
C．realized they gave off unpleasant heavy strong gas smells
D．discovered their secret names
78．Why did Stewart send his research to various agencies?
A．He wanted to become a university professor.
B．He hoped the Army could use it in wars.
C．He sought to get official recognition and acceptance.
D．He hoped the government would invest money in the project.
79．Lynn Eldridge thinks there may be some truth in what Stewart says because ________.
A．organs containing plant extracts remain healthy indefinitely
B．dead bodies can be kept alive with transplanted organs
C．organs treated with certain plant juices revive dead bodies
D．extracts from certain plants help keep organs alive
80．Why did Stewart decide to have treatment for his cancer?
A．He didn’t trust anyone to revive him if he died.
B．He wanted to stay alive to continue his human experiments.
C．He was afraid something might happen to the plant extracts.
D．He thought it was his duty to test the treatment for mankind.
4. 参考词汇：鞭炮 firecrackers
Falling on the first day of the first month of the Chinese lunar calendar, the Spring Festival is in fact the Chinese New Year.
1 — 5 BABCC 6 —10 ABCBC 11—15 BBCAA 16—20 BACAC
21—25 ACBBA 26—30 CBAAA 31．What I saw on the bus
32．got/were blocked 33．had not made 34．Going to bed early and getting up early
35．which will host the 2008 Olympic Games
36．With so many people communicating in English
37．To live up to或In order to live up to 38．(were) fixed on/upon her
39．There is no need 40．wherever/no matter where we are
41—45 AADBA 46—50 CDCBA 51—55 BADBA 56—60 BCCBA
61—65 DDABC 66—70 CBDDC 71—75 CDBCD 76—80 AACDC
One possible version:
Falling on the first day of the first month of the Chinese lunar calendar, the Spring Festival is in fact the Chinese New Year. Before it, people usually give their house a thorough cleaning and do a lot of shopping. On the New Year’s Eve, people come home and the whole family have a big dinner together. On the New Year’s Day and the few days to follow, people often visit their relatives and friends to give one another their best wishes for the new year. Throughout this festival period firecrackers can be heard everywhere. This festival is the most important festival for the Chinese.
2. 评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次，然后以该档次 的要求来衡量，确定或调整档次，最后给分。
3. 词数少于 80和多于 120的，从总分中减去2分。
5. 拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面，评分时，应视其对交际的影 响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写汉词汇用法均可接受。
M：Beautiful day, isn’t it?
W：Yes, it’s not like what the radio said at all.
M：I wish it would stay this way for the weekend.
W：As long as it doesn’t snow!
W：If I were you, I’d take the bus to work. Driving in that rush-hour traffic is terrible.
M：But by the time the bus gets to my stop, there aren’t any seats left.
M：I’m afraid I spilled coffee on the tablecloth.
W：Oh, don’t worry about it.
M：I want to apologize. Is there anything I can do?
W：Just forget about it.
M：Where did you leave your bike?
W：At the station. I left it right here this morning, but when I came back it was gone.
M：Today? At what time?
W：Yes, today, at 8:30 in the morning.
M：OK, Mrs. Richardson, we’ll keep an eye out, and if the bike turns up, we’ll let you know.
W：How was the lecture yesterday?
M：It was interesting. And of course, not a single seat was unoccupied.
M：What’s on show there?
W：Coins. There are coins from all times.
M：Oh, no. I’m afraid that coins don’t interest me.
W：Then, how about going to Bird Island? There are all kinds of birds there, and lots of plants and flowers, too.
M：That sounds interesting. I love birds. Let’s do that.
M：Well, Mary, I see from your resume that you’ve had a lot of experience in the law field.
W：Yes, I used to work during my break to get more experience.
M：How long are you able to work for us?
W：Not more than 4 months.
M：When does the semester end and when does next semester begin?
W：We will end on May 14th and September 1st will be the starting date for the next semester.
M：I see. Are you able to work full-time or only part-time?
W：I would prefer full-time.
M：When would you like to start?
W：Will May 16th suit you?
M：OK. I’m looking forward to your joining our office staff.
M：Hello. Jack speaking.
W：This is Helen. Listen, Jack, I won’t have to work tomorrow. I can take you to do some sightseeing.
M：That’s very kind of you. It’s my first time here. I’d like that. Where are we going then?
W：We could start with Seashore Park. It’s quite near here.
M：What’s interesting about the park?
W：We’ll go to the top of the hill in the park. There you’ll be able to see the view of the sea.
M：Wonderful! I’ve never seen the sea in my life.
W：Then we could visit the museum in the park.
Good afternoon! As you know this is the course in beginning, Political Theory. We will meet each Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8 o’clock for the next twelve weeks. Each Monday I’ll give a lecture on the different ideas in political thoughts. On Wednesday, you’ll hand in a one-page paper on the topic and there is a group who’ll discuss the related problems. On Thursday, I’ll return your papers with suggestions for review. Over the weekend, you will rewrite your paper and hand it in the following Monday. I’ll grade only the rewritten paper. Keep this paper brief, because I’ll come to the classroom on Thursday and Friday afternoon to discuss your paper with you. Are there any questions?
W：Will we stay home all day?
M：Sure. It’s a holiday.
W：Why don’t we go to the parade?
M：Oh, not the parade, please. There’s too much noise and traffic.
W：What about the circus?
M：Circus? Is it still in town?
W：Yes, and you promised the children you’d take them before it leaves.
M：The circus will be so crowded today.
W：OK, how about the zoo? It’s Children’s Day.
M：Too many people. Besides, I’m really tired.
W：All right. Why don’t you just rest? You’ll need to be awake for this evening.
W：Don’t you remember? You promised to take me to the ballet.
W：Waiter! I’d like to speak to the manager please … immediately if possible.
M：Is anything wrong, Madam?
W：I’m afraid there is. The service here has been terrible. We had to wait twenty minutes for a glass of mineral water.
M：I see. Well, I’m sorry to hear that. The trouble is we’re a bit short of hands at present. Two waitresses are ill.
W：All right, but that’s no excuse. My husband asked for goose and he was brought chicken instead. It’s just unbelievable! And my beans weren’t cooked properly. It wasn’t a very enjoyable meal at all.
M：This is most regrettable.
W：Look at this bill. We’ve been overcharged. We only had one dessert, not two. Can you check the bill again, please?
M：I do apologize, Madam.
W：I’m afraid I’m not going to pay the service charge, or give a tip, as I don’t feel satisfied with it. I’m quite disappointed as a matter of fact.
M：I’ll pass on your complaints to the manager and check your bill right away.
What I saw看作一个整体重点，on the bus为次要考点。写对What I saw 给1分。只写对次要考点不给分（on the bus）。不接受其他形式。测试点模糊
33此题测试点是语法形式（对过去情况的虚拟，过去完成时）。不接受didn’t make, doesn’t make,
34侧重语法形式(going, getting)，搭配居次（go to bed, get up）。形式和搭配正确，但大下写不正确扣0.5分。形式不正确扣光.搭配不正确扣1分。不接受不定式做主语。此题填空词汇过多。考点不明。题干无效。
35测试点是which will host得分点是which will host，给出即可得1分。写全满分。只写对the 2008 Olympic Games不给分。考点过多。
36此题填空部分过于复杂，且答案过于多样。可以考虑接受so many people communicating
in Englis，There are so many people Communicating in English,
Since/Because/As there are so
many people communicating in English.填空词汇过多，答案多样。宜放宽尺度。
37此题测试点是搭配（live up to）。写出live up to给1分。语法形式to 或in
38此题测试点为语法形式（fixed）,次重点为搭配（fix on or upon）。搭配和形式正确fixed on/up her满分，接受
were fixed on/upon.不接受fixing。
39此题测试点是搭配（no need）。词汇全部正确满分，小写T扣0.5分。写出no need给1分,。不接受It is not necessary或It is unnecessary.
40此题测试点是搭配no matter where。写出no matter where给1分，全对满分。没有写出no matter where判0分。不接受wherever。
31．Last Sunday, I went to a movie theatre by bus. What I saw on the bus (我在汽车上看见的) made me very uncomfortable. (what)
32．A lot of cars got/were blocked (受阻)from passing through the crossroads because of that accident. (block)
33．If the government had not made（没有实施）education compulsory, the economy wouldn’t have developed so rapidly. (make)
34．Going to bed early and getting up early (早睡早起) is a good habit. It makes a man healthy.（go）
35．Beijing, which will host the 2008 Olympic Games (将主办2008年奥运会), is the capital of China. (host)
36．With so many people communicating in English (有这么多的人用英语交流) every day, it will become more and more important to have a good knowledge of English. (with)
37．The students are working very hard to live up to_或者in order to live up to (不辜负) their parents’ expectations. (live)
38．Jenny’s face turned red when she found her teacher’s eyes (were) fixed on/upon her (盯着她). (fix)
39．There is no need 或No need (没必要) for you to come if you don’t want to. (need)
40．With a cellphone, we can always stay in touch with friends and family no matter where we are (无论我们在哪里) (where).