9.十进制数110. 125 转换为十六进制数是____________ H。
1. 在FrontPage 中，要使页面上能显示访问次数，可使用（）实现。
2. 在FrontPage 中的（）视图可以直接制作网页。
20. 在Excel 清单中，（）。
27. 在Excel 中，若要编辑修改内嵌图表时，我们首先必须（）。
43. 在Windows 中，当一个应用程序窗口被最小化后，该应用程序将（）。
46. 世界上第一台电子计算机诞生于( ) 。
47. 微机的微处理器芯片上集成有( ) 。
48. 某微型计算机的型号规格标有Pentium III 600字样，其中Pentium III是指( )。
49. 四个数中，数值最小的是( ) 。
50. 下列四组数据中，每组有三个数，第一个数为八进制，第二个数为二进制，第三个数为十六进制数。这四组数中，三个数值相同是( ) 。
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31-35 CDABD 36-40 BBDDB 41-45 CDDCD 46-50 BBCBA
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Part I Listening Comprehension（20Points，15minutes）(Omitted)
Part II Vocabulary and Structure
Directions: In this part there are 20 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then blacken the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
21There is miserable news that very few people ______the earthquake.
22. ______your book, and do this work first. You may read it later.
A. put out
B. put away
C. put up
D. put on
23. Would you like to come to see a film with me tonight?
I’d love to, ______I didn’t finish my homework yet.
24. Many companies are seeking to exploit and develop the rich natural______in western regions.
25. Many students will watch TV only to ______ time during the summer vacation.
26. When I try to understand ______that prevents so many Americans from being as happy as one might expect, it seems to me that there are two causes.
A. why it does
B.what it does
C.what it is
D.why it is
27. I'm sure he is up to the job ______ he would give his mind to it.
B. in case
28. The car ______ halfway for no reason.
A. broke off
B. broke down
C. broke up
29. The newcomers found it impossible to ______ themselves to the climate sufficiently to make permanent homes in the new country.
30. A ______ to this problem is expected to be found before long.
31. You have nothing to ______ by refusing to listen to our advice.
32. As a result of careless washing the jacket ______ to a child's size.
33. He hoped the firm would ______ him to the Paris branch.
34. The lessons given by Mr. Smith are always_______and interesting.
35. Calculations, which are astronomically exact, have been made __________ with the use of computers.
B. it possible
D.to be possible
36. He has so many inventions that he is really ______ Edison of ______Japan.
A. an; the
C. the; the
D. the; /
37. Even though they ______side by side for twenty years, the two neighbors are not on good terms.
A. have been lived
B. had been lived
C. had been living
D. have been living
38. ______wh o she was, she said she was Mr. Johnson’s friend.
C. to ask
D. when asking
39. You ______ the difficulties after I explain the whole thing to you.
A. will be seen
B. will have seen
C. will see
40. Not only I but Jane and Mary ______worn out after having one examination after another.
D. to be painted
41. A survey of the opinions of students ______that they also admit several hours of sitting in front of the computer ______harmful for o ne’s health.
A. show; are
B. shows; is
C. show; is
D. shows; are
42. By the time your plane lands tonight, I ______ at the airport for 3 hours.
A. had waited
B. have been waited
C. had been waiting
D. will have been waiting
43. The room is in a terrible mess; it ______cleaned.
A. can’t have been
B. shouldn’t have been
C. mustn’t have been
D. will have been waiting
44. It is the third time I ______to the Palace Museum, and I still think it is marvelous.
A. have gone
C. have been
D. will go
45. All______you can do to comfort her is to listen to her story patiently.
46. The driver, rather than the passengers, ______responsible for the accident.
D. have been
47. Please make sure everything ------in its proper place before you leave the lab.
A. should be
C. will be
48. You can fly to London this morning______you don’t mind changing planes in Paris.
D. so far as
49. There is ______the fact that the assembly line has greatly improved productivity.
A. not to deny
B. not deny
C. not denying D no denying
50. He is not used to speaking to a stranger, ______to a large audience.
A. much less
B. much more
C. no less than D still more
Part III Reading Comprehension
Directions: This part is to test your reading ability. There are 4 tasks for you to fulfill. You should read this materials carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed.
In ancient times the most important examinations were spoken, not written. In the schools of ancient Greece and Rome , testing usually consisted of saying poetry aloud or giving
In the European universities of the Middle Ages, students who were working for advanced degrees had to discuss questions in their field of study with people who had made a special study of the subject. This custom exists today as part of the process of testing candidates for the doctor's degree.
Generally, however, modern examinations are written. The written examination, where all students are tested on the same question, was probably not known until the nineteenth century. Perhaps it came into existence with the great increase in population and the development of modern industry. A room full of candidates for a state examination, timed exactly by electric clocks and carefully watched over by managers ,resembles a group of workers at an automobile factory. Generally, during examinations teachers and students are expected to act like machines.
One type of test is sometimes called an "objective" test. It is intended to deal with facts, not personal opinions. To make up an objective test the teacher writes a series of questions, each of which has only one correct answer. Along with each question the teacher writes the correct answer and also three statements that look like correct answers to students who have not learned the material properly.
51. In the Middle Ages students_________.
A.took objective tests
B.specialized in one subject
C.were timed by electric clocks
D.never wrote exams
52. The main idea of paragraph 3 is that_________.
A.workers now take examination
B.the population has grown
C.there are only written exams
D.examinations are now written and timed
53. The kind of exams where students must select answers are_________.
54. Modern industry must have developed_________.
A.before the Middle Ages
B.around the 19th century
C.in Greece or Rome
D.machines to take tests
55. It may be concluded that testing_________.
A.should test only opinions
B.should always be written
C.has changed since the Middle Ages
D.is given only in factories
Adam Smith was the first person to see the importance of the division of the labor. He gave us an example of the process by which pins were made in England.
"One man draws out the wire, another strengthens it, a third cuts it, a fourth points it, and a fifth gives it a head. Just to make the head requires two or three different operations. The work of making pins is divided into about eighteen different operations, which in some factories are all performed by different people, though in others the same man will sometimes perform two or three of them.
Ten men, Smith said, in this way, turned out twelve pounds of pins a day or about 4800 pins a worker. But if all of them had worked separately and independently without division of labor, they certainly could not have made twenty pins in a day and not even one.
There can be no doubt that division of labor is an efficient way of organizing work. Fewer people can make more pins. Adam Smith saw this, but he also took it for granted that division of labor is itself responsible for economic growth and development and it accounts for the difference between expanding economies and those that stand still. But division of labor adds nothing new, it only enables people to produce more of what they already have.
56.According to the passage, Adam Smith was the first person to__________
A. take advantage of the physical labor
B. introduce the division of labor into England
C. understand the effects of the division of labor
D. explain the bad causes of the division of labor
57.Adam Smith saw that the division of labor__________
A. enabled each worker to design pins more quickly
B. increased the possible output per worker
C. increased the number of people employed in factories
D. improved the quality of pins produced
58.Adam Smith mentioned the number 4800 in order to__________
A. show the advantages of the old labor system
B. stress how powerful the individual worker was
C. show the advantages of the division of labor
D. stress the importance of increased production
59.According to the writer, Adam Smith's mistake was in believing
that the division of labor__________
A. was an efficient way of organizing work
B. was an important development in methods of production
C. finally led to economic development
D. increased the production of existing goods
60.According to the writer, which one of the following is NOT true?
A. Division of labor can enable fewer people to make more pins.
B. Division of labor helps people to produce more of what they already have.
C. Division of labor is by no means responsible for economic growth.
D. Division of labor is an efficient way of organizing work.
A new poll shows that people believe that computers and the Internet have made life better for Americans, but people also see some dangers in the trend toward computerization.
The poll found that the public favors some government protection from cyber-problems, but in general people are not essentially concerned with issues such as information overload or the never-ending flow of phone calls, faxes and e-mails. A separate survey of children aged 10-17 shows that they have a more positive attitude about computers than adults do, and most have made use of up-to-date technology in their schools.
The survey found that enthusiasms for computers and the Internet is found in all income groups, all regions of the country, all races, and most age groups. However, people over 60 and those toward the lower end of the income rank tend to show lower rates of computer ownersh ip and Internet usage. The survey shows that “some kind of gap has been crossed: computers are part of everyday life for most Americans, and the Internet is close behind.”
61.The first paragraph shows that
A. the new poll about computers and the Internet is helpful
B. people should explore the dangers of computerization
C. people can not do without computers and the Internet
D. computerization has its advantages and disadvantages
62.The word “enthusiasm” is closest in meaning to
A. great love
B. great hatred
63.What are the Americans concerned about according to the poll?
A. Age of children using the Internet
B. Government protection from the Internet problems
C. Information overload
D. The flow of phone calls, faxes, and e-mails.
64. American adults tend to than teenagers.
A. care more about information overload
B. like using computers more
C. dislike using computers more
D. face less danger
65. We can learn from the passage that
A. all the American children have used the latest technology in schools
B. computers and the Internet are very popular with Americans
C. Americans tend to place more importance in the Internet usage than computers
D. the public in America do not hate the Internet problems
Directions:After reading it, you should give brief answers below it (numbered 66 through 70). You should write your answers briefly (in no more than 4 words) after the corresponding numbers.
This autumn term, spring term, or academic year program offers advanced students an opportunity to improve their spoken and written Chinese, and to be familiar with a range of people and organizations that are helping to shape China’s relationship with the United States and the world. All students who take intermediate or advanced Chinese language may make a choice to participate in the Professional Development Program that includes guest lectures by Chinese and foreign professionals on areas such as politics, foreign affairs,
economics, trade, media, art, and culture. This program is supplemented (补充) by field trips and short journeys in and around Beijing.
Housing and meals: Students live in the foreign students dormitories and take meals in the dormitory dining hall or local restaurants.
Requirements: Two years of college-level Chinese and one Chinese studies course; graduate students accepted.
Program Free: 2004 Autumn Term: $6, 995, 2005 Spring Term: 6, 995. Fees include tuition, housing and all meals, cultural activities, local journeys and field trips, insurance, and the International Student Identity Card.
66．What language abilities will be improved if advanced students take part in the program? __________________________________ Chinese.
67．Who will be guest speakers in the Professional Development Program?
68．Where will the foreign students stay when they are in China?
69．Apart from academic activities, what else will the foreign students do in this program? They will take__________________________________ and tour around Beijing.
70.How many requirements are there for one who wants to be accepted to the program?
Part IV Translation
Section A Put the following into Chinese. ( 10 Points )
71.In ancient times the most important examinations were spoken, not written.
72.Perhaps it came into existence with the great increase in population and the development _________________________________________________________________
73. But if all of them had worked separately and independently without division of labor, they certainly could not have made twenty pins in a day and not even one.
74. But he also took it for granted that division of labor is itself responsible for economic growth and development and it accounts for the difference between expanding economies and those that stand still.
75. A good many proposals were raised by the delegates as was to be expected
Section B Put the following into Einglish. ( 10 Points )
Part V Writing
Directions: T his part is to test your ability to do practical writing. You are required to write something according to the following information given in chinese . Remember to wirte something in no less than 120 words on the Composition Sheet.
Part II Vocabulary and Structure
21-25. B B D B D 26-30:CABBD 31-35: ABCCA
36-40: D D B C B 41-45: B D A C B 46-50: B B A D A
Part III Reading Comprehension
51-55:D D C B C 56-60: C B C C C
61-65: D A B C B
66. Spoken and written
67. Chinese and foreign professionals
68. the foreign student dormitories
69. field trips
Part IV Translation
76.He was determined to hold on to this job whatever difficulties he might run into.
77.But for your help, we could not have accomplished our task in time.
78.While he was abroad, he kept in touch with his colleagues constantly.
79.In the process of teaching, it is very important for students to participate in the classroom activities.
80.The plan we made can not be put into practice because of various reasons.
Part v Writing (10分)
In China young people usually want to be engineers, doctors, businessmen, etc. and few want to be teachers. Unlike most young people I decide to be a teacher. There are many reasons
for my personal preference but generally they come down to three major ones. First, I was born in a teacher's family and so I was greatly influenced by my father. Second, I find that education is important because it is the basis of science and technology and if a country's education is backward, its science and technology will never be advanced. Third, teachers are needed in our country, especially in the countryside.
However, it is not easy to be a qualified teacher. A qualified teacher must have a good command of his specialty. Besides, he should be responsible and devoted to the educational cause. Most important of all, he should be patriotic. To be a qualified teacher in the future I must lose no time to acquire as much knowledge as possible. 'Furthermore I must know the history of our country so as to cultivate patriotism