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Mr. Johnson requested his intern ------- the report on his desk by the end of the day.A.ty

Mr. Johnson requested his intern ------- the report on his desk by the end of the day.

A.type

B.was typing

C.will type

D.to type

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第1题

Mr. Johnson, together with his wife and two daughters,______(已经投票选举她).

Mr. Johnson, together with his wife and two daughters,______(已经投票选举她).

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第2题

Mr. Johnson made full preparation for the experiment ______ (以便实验能顺利进行).

Mr. Johnson made full preparation for the experiment ______ (以便实验能顺利进行).

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第3题

A.They will review the seminar on Chicago together.B.They will attend Mr. Johnson's se

A.They will review the seminar on Chicago together.

B.They will attend Mr. Johnson's seminar again.

C.They will attend a seminar on US economy.

D.They will meet again on next Friday for a seminar.

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第4题

Almost all his friends suggested ________ Mr. Johnson at once.

A、that he visits

B、to his to visit

C、that he visit

D、to him for visiting

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第5题

听力原文:W: Mr. Johnson, have you heard the morning news report? Mill has resigned his pos
t as Prime Minister.

M: I didn't turn on the radio this morning, but I did see the headlines. If you remember, he threatened to leave the office at the last cabinet meeting.

Q: How did Mr. Johnson learn that the Prime Minister has resigned?

(19)

A.He read the cabinet report.

B.He read the newspaper.

C.He listened to a radio report.

D.He's secretary telephoned him.

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第6题

听力原文:M: No doubt you have already heard of the passing of Mr. Johnson.W: Yes, services

听力原文:M: No doubt you have already heard of the passing of Mr. Johnson.

W: Yes, services will be held for him tomorrow at St. Luke's church.

Q: What is known about Mr. Johnson?

(18)

A.He has just been dead.

B.He went home after church.

C.He has not felt well lately.

D.He will attend church tomorrow.

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第7题

听力原文:M: No doubt you have already heard of the passing of Mr. Johnson.W: Yes. services

听力原文:M: No doubt you have already heard of the passing of Mr. Johnson.

W: Yes. services will be held for him tomorrow at St. Luke's church.

Q: What is known about Mr. Johnson?

(18)

A.He has just been dead.

B.He went home after church.

C.He has not felt well lately.

D.He will attend church tomorrow.

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第8题

听力原文:W:Who do you think should get the job? How about Mr.Johnson?M:Mr.Johnson? I'm not

听力原文:W:Who do you think should get the job? How about Mr.Johnson?

M:Mr.Johnson? I'm not sure.He is a nice fellow,of course,and easy to get along with.But I doubt his professional expertise.I think Ms.Brown is better.I mean,she is cut out for it.

Q:What are the two speakers talking about?

(13)

A.Who is going to get the job.

B.Their opinions on Mr. Johnson.

C.Their opinions on Ms. Brown.

D.The differences between Mr. Johnson and Ms. Brown.

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第9题

听材料,回答下列各题: Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. Wh
en the passage is read for the first time, you should listen carefully for its general idea. When the passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks with the exact words you have just heard. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written. Teenagers will be told to "stand up for their elders" on public transport-or risk losing their right to free travel. London Mayor Boris Johnson will 26 plans today to make youngsters sign a " 27 pledge" to promise to behave in a 28 manner when travelling in the capital. The three-point pledge states that they will give up their seats to the elderly, 29 and disabled; refrain from using 30 or threatening language; and be courteous and polite to fellow passengers and staff. Those who refuse, or are caught behaving in a rude manner, will have their free travel passes 31 The plan--a key part of Mr. Johnsons re-election bid--will initially affect the 400,000 11-to-15-year-olds in London who qualify for free travel cards, but Conservative sources believe the idea could be used across the country. A Conservative insider said, "The initiative 32 the push to create a Big Society. It is about changing culture and 33 around behavior. to improve the atmosphere on buses and trains for everyone. " Speaking before todays launch, Mr. Johnson said he 34 tackle the anti-social behavior. of a "minority of youngsters" on public transport. "when I was a boy, I was taught to stand up for those less able to," he said. "Youngsters enjoy the privilege of free travel, which is paid for by Londoners, but they have to understand that with that privilege comes responsibility. " Anyone who abuses this privilege will have it taken away, and will have to earn that right back. Teenagers who are found 35 violating the new behavior. code will lose their travel passes. They will have to carry out unpaid community work to have them restored. 第(26)题_________

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第10题

听力原文:W: Good morning, this is Dr. Allen's office.M: Good morning, I'd like to make an

听力原文:W: Good morning, this is Dr. Allen's office.

M: Good morning, I'd like to make an appointment with Dr. Allen to have my teeth cleaned and checked. I'd like to have it done this week if possible.

W: I'll see whether the doctor has time to see you this week. Have you seen Dr. Allen before?

M: No, I've just moved to town and Dr. Allen was recommended by a friend of mine. My name is Edward Johnson.

W: The doctor has no free time this week, Mr. Johnson. If you are having trouble with your teeth, I'll try to work you in, otherwise I can give you an appointment on Friday, the 22nd. Will that be all right?

M: I'm sorry, I'1l be working on the 22nd. I'm not having any trouble with my teeth, but 1 hoped to have the appointment this week because I won't start work at my new job until next Monday.

W: How about Saturday, the 23rd, at 10' AM?

M: That will be fine. Thank you.

W: We'll see you on the 23rd then, Mr. Johnson, Goodbye.

M: Good bye.

(23)

A.He has a bad tooth.

B.He's leaving next week.

C.He will be busy next week.

D.He needs to find a job.

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第11题

听力原文:Father's Day was first observed in Spokane, Washington, in 1910. [32] Mrs. Dodd f

听力原文: Father's Day was first observed in Spokane, Washington, in 1910. [32] Mrs. Dodd first proposed the idea of a "father's day" in 1906. Mrs. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart, who was widowed when his wife died in childbirth after their sixth child was born. Mr. Smart was left to raise the newborn and his other five children by himself. Mrs. Dodd wanted Father's Day to be celebrated on the first Sunday in June, her father's birthday. But it wasn't until 1966 that President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation, declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father's Day. [33] In 1972, President Richard Nixon established a permanent national ceremony of [34] Father's Day to be held on the third Sunday of June, coming almost sixty years after Mother's Day had been proclaimed a national holiday. Today, Father's Day has become a day to [35] not only honor your father, but all men who act as a father-like figure, such as stepfathers, uncles, grandfathers, and adult males.

(33)

A.William Smart.

B.Mrs. Dodd.

C.President Lyndon Johnson.

D.President Nixon.

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