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It is commonly believed that school is where people go to get education. that today children 27
their education to go to school. The 28 between schooling and education
suggested by this is important. Education is 29, compared with schooling. Education knows no 30. It can take place 31,
whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the 32 learning that takes place in schools and the whole universe of learning out of class. 33 the
experience of schooling can be known in advance, education quite often produces 34. A chance talk with a 35 may lead to a person to discover how 36 he knows of another country. People obtain education from 37 on. Education, 38, is a very 39 and unlimited term. It is lifelong experience that starts long 40 the start of school, and one that should be a necessary part of one’s entire life. Schooling, on the other hand, is a 41 experience, whose style changes 42 from one way to the next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at the same time, take 43 seats, use similar textbooks, do homework, and 44, and so on. Schooling has usually been 45 by the edges of the subjects being taught. 26. A. Then 27. A. understand 28. A. difference 29. A. unexpected 30. A. answers 31. A. anywhere 32. A. part – time 33. A. If 34. A. pride 35. A. neighbor 36. A. wonderfully 37. A. babies 38. A. still 39. A. long 40. A. that 41. A. basic B. However B. need B. importance B. endless B. ways B. anywhere else B. public B. Because B. surprises B. friend B. well B. grown – ups B. next B. broad B. when B. strict C. Thus C. enjoy C. use C. countless C. edges C. somewhere C. standard C. So C. knowledge C. foreigner C. greatly C. women C. then C. narrow C. after C. final
D. Therefore D. interrupt D. problem D. simple D. meanings D. somewhere else D. strict D. Though D. progress D. teacher D. little D. men D. yet D. short D. before D. irregular
42. A. unusually 43. A. large 44. A. take exams 45. A. changed 第二节： 阅读理解
B. differently B. new B. hold exams B. limited A
C. little C. fixed C. mark papers C. chosen
D. frequently D. small D. read papers D. controlled
WASHINGTON—There are more than 222million TVs in American homes . And it would make Frank Vespe very happy this week if every last one was turned off. Vespe is the head of the TV—Turnoff Net —work , the Washington organization behind TV Turnoff Week . For TV Turnoff week, American children are encouraged to go one week without watching TV. This year, it runs from April 23~29. “Our real message here is to see what life is like without TV and then make watching TV a conscious （自觉的）decision ,” said Vespe. Vespe said that most of the children who go without television for a week go back to watching, but not as much. “They watch more selectively. They do more things as a family. It helps them put TV in its place.” One girl who is turning off her TV is Sarah Foote, 9, of Virginia. Sarch admits that it won’t be too hard to give up TV. She’s allowed to watch only educational television, and her favorite show from last year isn’t on any more. Of course, there are plenty of things about TV: programs can be entertaining, even educational. Even so, some experts aren’t sure TV Turnoff Week is the answer. Susan Neuman, a university educator who studies children and reading, says the real problem is that parents do not keep track of what their children are watching. They don’t set limits on TV watching. Also, in some families, TV might be the only thing there is to do. What message does Sarah have for other children? “It’s a very good idea. I spent a whole week without TV. It also teaches you to enjoy time doing different things and not being sucked into something on TV, because you don’t want TV taking up all of your time,” Sarah said. 46. From the passage we know that .
A. American TV companies will be turned off B. Vespe is very happy as very TV set was turned off C. Vespe has persuaded most people to turn off their TV sets
D. Vespe is an active person in the TV—Turnoff organization 47. As Vespe said in this passage, turning off TV a week can help children A. forget to watch TV programmes 48. In some experts’ opinion, B. improve their habits of watching TV .
C. place TV sets out of their bedrooms D. see what life is like without watching TV .
A. parents should turn off TV for their children B. parents should direct their children how to use TV C. children should enjoy exciting programmes on TV D. children should learn their lessons on TV 49. What’s the author’s purpose in writing this passage? A. To advise us to turn off TV sets. B. To warn parents of the danger of TV. C. To report to us a piece of news about TV. D. To praise Vespe and his organization . C Do you find getting up in the morning so difficult that it’s painful? This might be called laziness, but Dr. Kleitman has a new explanation. He has proved that everyone has a daily energy cycle. During the hours when you labour through your work, you may say that you’re “hot”. That’s true. The time of day when you feel most energetic is when your cycle of body temperature is at its peak. For some people that peak comes during the forenoon. For others it comes in the afternoon or evening. No one has discovered why this is so, but it leads to such familiar monologues （自言自语）as “Get up , John ! You’ll be late for work again !” The possible explanation to the trouble is that John is at his temperature—and —energy peak in the evening. Much family quarrelling ends when husbands and wives realize what these energy cycles mean, and which cycle each member of the family has. You can’t change your energy cycle, but you can make your life fit it better. Habit can help. Dr. Kleitman believes. Maybe you’re sleepy in the evening but feel you must stay up late anyway. Counteract （打乱） your cycle to some extent by habitually staying up later than you want to . If your energy is low in the morning but you have an important job to do early in the day, rise before your usual hour. This won’t change your cycle , but you’ll get up steam and work better at your low point . Get off to a slow start which saves your energy. Get up with a yawn （呵欠）and stretch . Sit on the edge of the bed a minute before putting your feet on the floor. Avoid the troublesome search for clean clothes by laying them out the night before. Whenever possible, do routine （常规的）work in
the afternoon and save tasks requiring more energy for your sharper hours . 54. Which of the following causes family quarrels? A. Not knowing each other’s energy cycle. B. Familiar monologues. C. A change in a family member’s energy cycle. D. Attempts to control the energy of other family members 55. If you want to work better at your low point in the morning, you should A. change your energy cycle C. get up early than usual B. overcome your laziness D. go to bed earlier . .
56. You are advised to rise with a yawn and stretch because it will A. help to keep your energy for the day’s work B. help you to control your temper early in the day C. enable you to get your energy on your routine work D. keep your energy cycle under control all day 57. What’s the best title of the passage? A. Change Your Habits C. Daily Energy Cycle E B. Save Your Energy
D. Temperature—and—Energy Peak
Beijing has started a battle to get rid of “Chinglish” (Chinese English). The “Language mandarins” of Beijing have decided that Chinglish is a disease for China’s modernizing claim and must be obliterated before the city hosts the Olympic Games in 2008. A road sign on the Avenue of Eternal Peace （Chang’an Street）, for example, advised: “To Take Notice of Safe; The Slippery are Very Crafty,”a warning that the sidewalk was slippery. Another sign in a Beijing park reads: “Little grass is smiling slightly, please walk on sidewalk “. Li Honghai, the city official in charge of the battle , said : “Linguistic perfection (语言美)is becoming increasingly important with the rise in the number of the foreigners flowing into the city .” However, not everyone shares the disdain （蔑视）of the Beijing government for the mixed language. “The choice of words is pretty much. One can either choose the verbs, adverbs, nouns or whatever one likes,” explained one Hong Kong linguist on an Internet website. So many examples exist that several Internet sites have been set up to collect Chinglish phrases. Many come from English instructions on packages such as a candle marked with “Keep this candle out of children” and a model boat—curiously named Posh Sailboat—which means “Please don’t place
it in dusty play .” If the battle against Chinglish is successful, Chinese will also turn their attention to the English— language versions of newspapers, which play an even more important role in teaching right English. 62. The underlined word “obliterated” refers to A. removed B. exploited . . C. translated D. beautified
63. From the passage, we know that
A. everyone shares the disdain for the mixed language B. all the people don’t share the disdain for the mixed language C. Chinglish usually communicates in many cases D. several Internet sites have been set up to clear the Chinglish phrases 64. We can infer that the English—language versions of newspapers A. should be in duty to teach normal English C. should be paid more attention to 65. Which of the following signs is Chinglish? A Watch your step. Slippery sidewalk. Tourists do not enter . B Keep off the grass, please. No smoking , please . .
B. should report the battle above D. should collect more Chinglish phrases